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This is Part I of your assessment. Pick one of the videos for your assessment. Feel free to watch them all and make an informed decision.
This is a bag of websites designed to get you primed and ready for tackling a really powerful novella by John Steinbeck.
This should be an interesting take on how the web features the 1920s. Once you have seen the videos, go to edmodo.com and post your comments about your initial impressions of the 1920s through the web clips present.
This bag will be used in coordination with our mini lesson on immigration. Check out as many of the sites here that you can in order to complete your assessment on the lesson.
In the end, the themes from the Holocaust are both a part of the time period and transcend it. As we close the unit, consider these clips from films and see if you can find multiple Holocaust themes in these examples of art. Given these clips, identify different...
If you were interested in using any of these for your cultural enrichment project about the 1920s, help yourself. Perhaps, you want to create your own bag based off one or a couple of ideas present in this bag.
What do we see in these clips that we have seen in American History? Watch, study, reflect, and understand... a bit more.
This bag is filled with websites that include primary sources from the thinkers in Chapter 12. You will gain much in way of insight from many of them, especially hearing them in their own voice.
These links are designed to give you a basic introduction to the book, its author, and its historical context. Given the topic, all of these sites are going to require mature viewing and a grasp of the historical gravity present. After viewing them, you should be...
This bag is going to feature important people, music, fashion, and a sense of how people carried themselves as well as what you might need to keep in mind as you approach Tommy Guns.
Check out the following You Tube Links to songs that could be added to your playlist. Some of them are really cool, others are fairly direct, but all of them could be used as reference points for discussing how Marx or Smith would view these songs. Please make sure...
Welcome 7.3 Students! This is a bag of websites associated with the Civil War. This bag will help you gain some familiarity with concepts that we will be visiting as we study the Civil War. Before watching each clip, keep in mind the following: 1) Headphones...
These links help bring out images of both Pearl Harbor and the Atomic Bomb. In seeing them, it will be more challenging for you to assess any sense and understanding in such complex times.
As we end our discussion of the Holocaust, these clips might offer some insight and thought in a moment of time that can never escape our consciousness and that should never leave our thoughts and psyches.
These websites contain links with different topics of chapter 11, sections 3 and 4. There will be different topics that you can analyze and study. Please do keep in mind that some of these videos are student samples of work and you might be able to learn from your...
Station 4 people: These are the links that you need to examine. Once you have seen the videos, don't forget to post your thoughts on the specific video at the backchannel! Here is the link: http://www.todaysmeet.com/NTstation4
Check out these particular links to use with your Clarkson Trace Fossil Box or with your search for Art in the 1930s. Some of these links contain items that might help out a great deal with your searches.