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United States History

The goal of the course is to infuse you with the knowledge of over 500 years of American history. This will be no simple task given our time constraints, but it is one that we will attack vigorously. What you will be expected to learn in this class is not just a select group of facts; instead, you will be asked to develop your own personal interpretation of American history.

This course examines the major turning points in American history beginning with the events leading up to the American Revolution, the origins of our constitution, reform movements, Manifest Destiny, the Civil War and Reconstruction, the impact of the frontier, the changing nature of business and government, World War I, the Great Depression, World War II, the growth of the United States as a world power, the Cold War and the struggle to achieve class, ethnic, racial, and gender equality. The course extends to the modern day.

Contemporary world issues such as globalization, economic interdependence, terrorism, and world cultures will also factor into our analysis of international conflict and cooperation.

Please remember that you are in control of your success in this class.
 Take responsibility for your work and be accountable for your actions.

DATECLASS CALENDAR / INFORMATION
Thursday
September 7
TOPIC: INTRODUCTION

1. CLASS WEBSITE
2. EVALUATION
3. APPROACH: Chronology vs. Themes
   

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT:
1. READINGWhy Study History? Handout
2. Research Major Historical Events in YOUR Lifetime: INFOPLEASE Year by Year   
Friday
September 8
TOPIC: WHAT ARE "IMPORTANT EVENTS" IN HISTORY? 

CLASS PRESENTATION:
Why Study History?
Monday
September 11
TOPIC: Contact - Collision of 3 Cultures
       
CLASS PRESENTATION:
1. The Eve of Colonization: America & Europe
2. The Columbian Exchange 

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: SALEM WITCHCRAFT TRIALS - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY
Tuesday
September 12
**TOPIC: SPANISH - FRENCH - ENGLISH COLONIZATION / LIFE IN THE AMERICAN COLONIES  
       
CLASS PRESENTATION: EARLY COLONIAL SOCIETY 

NOTES:

1. 16th - 17th Century European Colonizing Efforts
2. VIRGINIA - MASSACHUSETTS COLONIAL COMPARISON
Wednesday September 13TOPIC: ENGLISH COLONIZATION / LIFE IN THE AMERICAN COLONIES
       
CLASS PRESENTATION: EARLY COLONIAL SOCIETY 

NOTES: 
13 Colonies Chart

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT:
- READING
Causes of the American Revolution
Thursday
September 14
NO CLASS
Friday
September 15
TOPIC: CAUSES OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1.
"INDEPENDENCE" Questionnaire
2.
"Fever Model" of Revolution
3. 
Road to Revolution Mind Map

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT - ONLINE GAME:
THE ROAD TO REVOLUTION
Monday
September 18
TOPIC: CONFLICTING ATTITUDES / PERCEPTIONS BETWEEN ENGLISH AND AMERICAN LEADERS
       
CLASS PRESENTATION:
1. 
Revolutionary Mindset and the American Revolution
2. Road to Revolution

NOTES:
1. Restrictive British Policies
2. LOYALISTS vs. PATRIOTS
3. The Declaration of Independence
4.
What Makes the Declaration of Independence Revolutionary?

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT - READ:
- TEAM LOYALISTS Information Sheet
- TEAM PATRIOTS Information Sheet
- Which "ONE-THIRD" of the population would you belong to at the start of the conflict?
Tuesday
September 19
**TOPIC: THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION - WAR AGAINST THE BRITISH 
       
CLASS PRESENTATION:
1.
 THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
2. Excerpts from Liberty video

NOTES:
1.
Strengths and Weaknesses of the Opposing Sides
2.
Key Events of the Revolutionary War
Wednesday September 20TOPIC: THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION - WAR AGAINST THE BRITISH 
       
CLASS PRESENTATION: Excerpts from Liberty video

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: Liberty video
QUESTIONS - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY 
Thursday
September 21
NO CLASS
Friday
September 22
TOPIC: THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION - WAR AGAINST THE BRITISH 
       
CLASS PRESENTATION: Excerpts from Liberty video

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: Liberty video
QUESTIONS - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY 
Monday
September 25
TOPIC: BUILDING A NEW GOVERNMENT  
       
CLASS PRESENTATION: A "Good Start" OR "Growing Pains"?

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT
- READING:
1. Life under the ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION
2. Articles Of Confederation vs. The Constitution
- ONLINE GAME: Which Founder Are You?Email OR Print out your results
Tuesday
September 26
**TOPIC: BUILDING A NEW GOVERNMENT  
       
CLASS PRESENTATION:
1.
Forming a New Government
2. Excerpts from Liberty video

NOTES:
1.
 Overview of The Constitution
2. 
FEDERALISTS vs. ANTIFEDERALISTS  

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: **
OPEN-BOOK TEST / WORKSHEET #1 - YOU WILL BE PERMITTED TO USE READING / NOTES / CLASS PRESENTATIONS - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY
Wednesday September 27TOPIC: REVIEW OF UNIT 1  
       
CLASS ACTIVITY:
- Work on
OPEN-BOOK TEST / WORKSHEET #1 - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY
- BRING IN YOUR QUESTIONS

POWER NOTES:
The American Revolution
Thursday
September 28
NO CLASS
Friday
September 29
TOPIC: STUDYING U.S. HISTORY - CHRONOLOGICAL UNITS vs. THEMES IN HISTORY

CLASS ACTIVITY:
1.
WHY ARE WE DOING THIS?
2.
BALLOT

CLASS PRESENTATION: The 4 TURNINGS / CYCLES of American History
Monday
October 2
THEME #1: RACE AND RACISM 

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1.
An Introduction to the Topic of Race and Racism in American Society
2. 
Interesting Facts about RACISM

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: SLAVERY WEB QUEST - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY
Tuesday
October 3
**THEME #1: RACE AND RACISM
TOPIC: ATTITUDES/IMAGES from the CIVIL WAR 

CLASS PRESENTATION: GLORY

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: 
GLORY worksheet - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY 
Wednesday
October 4
THEME #1: RACE AND RACISM
TOPIC: ATTITUDES/IMAGES from the CIVIL WAR 

CLASS PRESENTATION: GLORY

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: 
GLORY worksheet - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY 
Thursday
October 5
NO CLASS
Friday
October 6
THEME #1: RACE AND RACISM
TOPIC: SLAVERY

CLASS PRESENTATION: 
The "Old South" - Slaves and Masters

NOTES: 
Southern Society - Class Structure

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: SLAVERY WEB QUEST - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY 
Monday
October 9
THEME #1: RACE AND RACISM
TOPIC: JIM CROW

CLASS PRESENTATION: The Jim Crow Era

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT - Review the following NOTES:
1. SLAVERY by Another Name - HISTORY BACKGROUND
2.
SLAVERY by Another Name - FILM SYNOPSIS
3. SLAVERY by Another Name - KEY TERMS 
Tuesday
October 10
**THEME #1: RACE AND RACISM
TOPIC: JIM CROW

CLASS PRESENTATION: PBS, SLAVERY by Another Name

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: SLAVERY by Another Name - WORKSHEET - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY 
Wednesday
October 11
TESTING: PSATs

Thursday
October 12
NO CLASS
Friday
October 13
THEME #1: RACE & RACISM
TOPIC: JIM CROW

CLASS ACTIVITY: Discussion of SLAVERY by Another Name
Monday
October 16
THEME #1: RACE & RACISM
TOPIC: HARLEM RENAISSANCE

CLASS PRESENTATION:
Harlem Renaissance

NOTES:
Harlem Renaissance

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT:
Harlem Renaissance PROJECT - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY 
Tuesday
October 17
**THEME #1: RACE & RACISM
**TOPIC: HARLEM RENAISSANCE

CLASS PRESENTATION: Jazz, Episode 3: "Our Language"
 
ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT:
Harlem Renaissance PROJECTDUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY
Wednesday
October 18
THEME #2: RACE & RACISM
TOPIC: HARLEM RENAISSANCE

CLASS PRESENTATION: Jazz, Episode 3: "Our Language"
 
CLASS ACTIVITY: Work on
Harlem Renaissance PROJECTDUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY
Thursday
October 19
NO CLASS
Friday
October 20
THEME #1: RACE & RACISM
TOPIC: HARLEM RENAISSANCE

CLASS PRESENTATIONS: Harlem Renaissance STUDENT PROJECTS
ENISA - Josephine Baker
HAN - Louis Armstrong
PREMTON - Paul Robeson
STEPHANIE - Jean Toomer
TOSKA - Lois Mailou Jones
VY - Duke Ellington
Monday
October 23
THEME #1: RACE & RACISM
TOPIC: CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1.
Modern Civil Rights Movement: 1954-1965
2. 1965 Alabama LITERACY TEST
3. Louisiana LITERACY TEST
4. Black Panther COLORING BOOK [Real OR FBI Misinformation?]

NOTES:
Key Events in the Civil Rights Movement

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT:
 READING -
1. Eyes on the Prize, Episode 2
2. 
"A School Year Like No Other"
Tuesday
October 24
**THEME #1: RACE & RACISM
**TOPIC: CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

CLASS PRESENTATION: EYES ON THE PRIZE - FIGHTING BACK
 
ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: EYES ON THE PRIZE - FIGHTING BACK
WORKSHEET - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY - OPTIONAL!!! - [ANSWER Question #4 if so inspired]
Wednesday
October 25
THEME #1: RACE & RACISM
TOPIC: CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

CLASS PRESENTATION: FREEDOM SUMMER


NOTES - Background to FREEDOM SUMMER:
1. Timeline of Events
2.
Freedom Summer - Summary

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: 
FREEDOM SUMMER WORKSHEET - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY
Thursday
October 26
ARIZONA STATE FAIR
Friday
October 27
END OF FIRST QUARTER

THEME #1: RACE & RACISM
TOPIC: CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

CLASS PRESENTATION: Storyville - The Black Panthers

Monday
October 30
THEME #1: RACE & RACISM
TOPIC: CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

CLASS PRESENTATION: Finish Storyville - The Black Panthers

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: READ this interview with the filmmaker -
Ava DuVernay's 13th Reframes American History
Tuesday
October 31
**THEME #1: RACE & RACISM
TOPIC: Where are we now? AND how did we get there?

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1.
Faces of Civil Rights
2. 13th, From Slave to Criminal with One Amendment

NOTES:
1.
FILM SUMMARY of 13th
2. FILM THEMES in 13th  
Wednesday November 1THEME #1: RACE & RACISM
TOPIC: Where are we now? AND how did we get there?

CLASS PRESENTATION: Finish 13th

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: 13th 
DISCUSSION QUESTIONS - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY
Thursday
November 2
NO CLASS
Friday
November 3
THEME #1: RACE & RACISM
TOPIC: Where are we now? AND how did we get there?

CLASS ACTIVITY: Follow-up discussion of 13th

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: 13th DISCUSSION QUESTIONS - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY
Monday
November 6
THEME #1: RACE & RACISM
TOPIC: Where are we now? AND how did we get there?

CLASS PRESENTATION: ZOOT SUIT RIOTS 

NOTES: Zoot Suit Riots

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT - Choose ONE of the following: DUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY
-
Zoot Suit Riots, OPTION 1
-
Zoot Suit Riots, OPTION 2
Tuesday
November 7
**THEME #1: RACE & RACISM
TOPIC: Where are we now? AND how did we get there?

CLASS PRESENTATION: PBS AMERICAN EXPERIENCE, Zoot Suit Riots

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT - Choose ONE of the following: DUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY
-
Zoot Suit Riots, OPTION 1
-
Zoot Suit Riots, OPTION 2
Wednesday November 8THEME #1: RACE & RACISM
TOPIC: Sports as a Reflection of Society

CLASS PRESENTATION: Excerpt from Not Just a Game

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT - Choose ONE of the following: DUE AT START OF CLASS ON FRIDAY
-
Zoot Suit Riots, OPTION 1
-
Zoot Suit Riots, OPTION 2
Thursday
November 9
NO CLASS
Friday
November 10
THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE
TOPIC: IMMIGRATION - Diversity and Culture

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1. "OLD IMMIGRATION" [mid-19th Century Immigration]
2. The Immigrant Experience [late-19th - early 20th Century Immigration]
3.
"NEW IMMIGRATION" [late-19th - early 20th Century Immigration]

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT:
IMMIGRATION NATION [online game]
Monday
November 13
THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE
TOPIC: IMMIGRATION - Diversity and Culture

CLASS ACTIVITY:
1.
IMMIGRATION & CITIZENSHIP Webquest - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON TUESDAY
2.
WEBQUEST Answer Sheet
Tuesday
November 14
**THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE
TOPIC: IMMIGRATION - Diversity and Culture

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1. 
The Immigrant Experience
2. New York - Episode 4: The Power and the People
 
Wednesday November 15THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE
TOPIC: MUSIC - JAZZ  

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1.
BLUES and JAZZ 
2. Excerpts from JAZZ, A Film by Ken Burns

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: READING - Episode Guide for JAZZ, A Film by Ken Burns - SUBMIT (in writing or via email) which periods / types of JAZZ you are more interested in studying.
Thursday
November 16
NO CLASS
Friday
November 17
THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE
TOPIC: MUSIC - JAZZ

CLASS PRESENTATION: Excerpts from JAZZ, A Film by Ken Burns

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: JAZZ Web Quest [Ultimate Jazz Band] - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY, 11/27
Monday
November 20
THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE
TOPIC: MUSIC - JAZZ

CLASS PRESENTATION: Excerpts from JAZZ, A Film by Ken Burns

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: JAZZ Web Quest [Ultimate Jazz Band] - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY, 11/27
Tuesday
November 21
**THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE
TOPIC: MUSIC - JAZZ

CLASS PRESENTATION: Excerpts from JAZZ, A Film by Ken Burns

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: JAZZ Web Quest [Ultimate Jazz Band] - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY

Interesting article on current American politics/society/culture - We're With Stupid
Wednesday November 22THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE
TOPIC: MUSIC - JAZZ

CLASS PRESENTATION: Excerpts from JAZZ, A Film by Ken Burns

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: JAZZ Web Quest [Ultimate Jazz Band] - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY
THANKSGIVING BREAK
Monday
November 27
THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE
TOPIC: MUSIC - ROCK AND ROLL

CLASS PRESENTATION: 10 DAYS - When America Was Rocked  
 
ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: When America Was Rocked
WORKSHEET - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY
Tuesday
November 28
**THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE
TOPIC: MUSIC - ROCK AND ROLL

CLASS PRESENTATION: BBC Rock and Roll America - Episode 1: Sweet Little Sixteen

NOTES: History of ROCK AND ROLL

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: ROCK AND ROLL Web Quest [Nominee for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame] - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY  
Wednesday November 29THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE
TOPIC: MUSIC - ROCK AND ROLL

CLASS PRESENTATION: BBC Rock and Roll America - Episode 2: Whole Lotta Shakin'

NOTES: History of ROCK AND ROLL

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: ROCK AND ROLL Web Quest [Nominee for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame] - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY
Thursday
November 30
NO CLASS
Friday
December 1
THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE
TOPIC: MUSIC - ROCK AND ROLL

CLASS PRESENTATION: BBC Rock and Roll America - Episode 3: Be My Baby

NOTES: History of ROCK AND ROLL

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: ROCK AND ROLL Web Quest [Nominee for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame] - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY
Monday
December 4
THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE
TOPIC: MUSIC - ROCK AND ROLL

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1.
BBC Rock and Roll America - Episode 3: Be My Baby
2. BBC Born to be Wild - The Golden Age of American Rock - Episode 1: Riders on the Storm

NOTES:
History of ROCK AND ROLL

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: ROCK AND ROLL Web Quest [Nominee for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame] - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY
Tuesday
December 5
**THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE
TOPIC: MUSIC - ROCK AND ROLL

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1.
BBC Born to be Wild - The Golden Age of American Rock - Episode 2: School's Out
2. BBC Born to be Wild - The Golden Age of American Rock - Episode 3: Welcome to the Jungle

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: ROCK AND ROLL Web Quest [Nominee for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame] - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY  
Wednesday
December 6
THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE - MUSIC & FILM 
 
CLASS PRESENTATION:
1. NOMINATIONS FOR ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME
2. American Film Institute's List of AMERICA's 100 GREATEST MOVIES

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT - Choose ONE of the following 4 Options:
OPTION 1 -
American Film Institute’s TEN TOP TEN
- Pick a genre that is one of your favorites
- How many of their Top 10 have you seen?
- What movie(s) would you nominate to be in an updated TOP TEN? Explain your choices.

OPTION 2 -
Film Stars Over the Years
- Compare / contrast ONE Actor AND ONE Actress from 1970s-2000s with ONE Actor AND ONE Actress from 1920s-1960s

OPTION 3 -
Film History by Decade
-
History of Sex in Cinema: Create a condensed timeline (select 1-3 key events/changes) from each time period [pre-1920s to 2010s] 

OPTION 4 – Topic of YOUR CHOICE [Check out AMC filmsite]

DUE AT START OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY
Thursday
December 7
NO CLASS
Friday
December 8
THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE
TOPIC: Film - The Magic and Impact of Hollywood

CLASS PRESENTATIONTHE MOVIES = THE DREAM FACTORY

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT - Choose ONE of the following 4 Options:
OPTION 1 -
American Film Institute’s TEN TOP TEN
- Pick a genre that is one of your favorites
- How many of their Top 10 have you seen?
- What movie(s) would you nominate to be in an updated TOP TEN? Explain your choices.

OPTION 2 -
Film Stars Over the Years
- Compare / contrast ONE Actor AND ONE Actress from 1970s-2000s with ONE Actor AND ONE Actress from 1920s-1960s

OPTION 3 -
Film History by Decade
-
History of Sex in Cinema: Create a condensed timeline (select 1-3 key events/changes) from each time period [pre-1920s to 2010s] 

OPTION 4 – Topic of YOUR CHOICE [Check out AMC filmsite]

DUE AT START OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY
Monday
December 11
THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE
TOPIC: Classic Film VS. History - BACKGROUND

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1. The Gilded Age
2. The Farmers' Plight - Populism

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: AMERICAN FILM MINI-PROJECT - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY
Tuesday
December 12
**THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE
TOPIC: Classic Film VS. History

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1. The Wizard of Oz as Political Allegory
2. The Wizard of Oz

NOTES:
1. Wizard of Oz - Allegory
2.
Wizard of Oz - Symbolism

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: AMERICAN FILM MINI-PROJECT - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY
Wednesday
December 13
THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE
TOPIC: Classic Film VS. History

CLASS PRESENTATION: Finish The Wizard of Oz

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT - VACATION ASSIGNMENT: Wizard of Oz WORKSHEETDUE AT
START OF CLASS ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 16
Thursday
December 14
NO CLASS
Friday
December 15
THEME #2: AMERICAN IDENTITY / CULTURE
TOPIC: Classic Film VS. History

CLASS ACTIVITY: Work on VACATION ASSIGNMENT

ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT - VACATION ASSIGNMENT: Wizard of Oz WORKSHEETDUE AT
START OF CLASS ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 16
WINTER VACATION
Tuesday
January 16
MONDAY CLASS SCHEDULE

RECOMMENDED:
1. Warning: Donald Trump is America's Slobodan Milosevic
2. Making China Great Again

THEME #3: DEMOCRACY AT RISK - POLITICAL SCANDALS and ASSASSINATIONS
TOPIC: The Watergate Scandal and the Downfall of Richard Nixon

CLASS PRESENTATION:
1.
Nixon and Watergate
2. All the President's Men
 
ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: 
The Watergate Scandal and the Downfall of Richard Nixon WORKSHEET - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY     
Wednesday
January 17
THEME #3: DEMOCRACY AT RISK - POLITICAL SCANDALS and ASSASSINATIONS
TOPIC: The Watergate Scandal and the Downfall of Richard Nixon

CLASS PRESENTATION: All the President's Men
 
ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: 
The Watergate Scandal and the Downfall of Richard Nixon WORKSHEET - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY
Thursday
January 18
MONDAY CLASS SCHEDULE

THEME #3: DEMOCRACY AT RISK - POLITICAL SCANDALS and ASSASSINATIONS
TOPIC: The Watergate Scandal and the Downfall of Richard Nixon

CLASS PRESENTATION: All the President's Men
 
ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: 
The Watergate Scandal and the Downfall of Richard Nixon WORKSHEET - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY
Friday
January 19
THEME #3: DEMOCRACY AT RISK - POLITICAL SCANDALS and ASSASSINATIONS
TOPIC: The Watergate Scandal and the Downfall of Richard Nixon

CLASS PRESENTATION: All the President's Men
 
ASSIGNMENT / ASSESSMENT: 
The Watergate Scandal and the Downfall of Richard Nixon WORKSHEET - DUE AT START OF CLASS ON MONDAY
Monday
January 22
THEME #3: DEMOCRACY AT RISK - POLITICAL SCANDALS and ASSASSINATIONS
TOPIC: The Pentagon Papers
Tuesday
January 23
**
Wednesday
January 24
Thursday
January 25
NO CLASS
Friday
January 26
Monday
January 29
Tuesday
January 30
SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS
8:30 - 
PSYCHOLOGY
1:00 - GOVERNMENT
Wednesday
January 31
SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS
8:30 - 
U.S. HISTORY - SEMESTER EXAM PROJECT DUE
1:00 - WORLD CULTURES
Thursday
February 1
SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS
8:30 - 
1:00 - 
Friday
February 2
POST-EXAM BREAK: NO CLASSES