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APUSH - Doc. Analysis - Ch. 27.28

April 11, 2019

The questions that go with each document comprise your "document analysis" assignment. This assignment is due Monday. If you are interested in an EC opportunity, you can complete the immigrant's guide, which is explained on the . . . read more

APUSH review

March 20, 2019

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APUSH Ch. 23 Culture

February 28, 2019

Essential Question to answer utilizing documents and images: Evaluate the extent to which the 1920s was a period of tension between new and changing attitudes on one hand and traditional values and nostalgia on the other. Pick three . . . read more

Music and Stress

January 29, 2019

Music and Stress Please use the link above to complete the music and stress activity.  Over these next couple of days, you will want to work on this music activity, as it will ultimately be due on Monday, February 4. On . . . read more

WHAP Classical Empires - Google Classroom

September 14, 2018

Classical Empires link to google classroom for sharing     read more

Crash Course - AP Psychology

November 13, 2017

Crash Course - Unit 2 (Research Methods) read more

WHAP Supplemental Notes for Chapter 21

September 25, 2017

Korean War North Korea Vietnam Part One Vietnam Part Two Cuban Missile Crisis read more

Extra Credit options for APUSH & WHAP

September 12, 2017

Extra Credit Guidelines & Examples for both courses Movie, Documentary, & Book List for fall/first semester If you have any questions, be sure to ask ahead of time.   read more

APUSH Sample Notes & Note Card Format

May 31, 2017

Sample Note Card Format Chapter 21 APUSH Notes If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask! rswigert@cusd4.org Just a reminder: We will be starting with Chapter 3 for notes and we will be starting with Chapter 2 . . . read more

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