D Block - American History

*** UPCOMING EVENTS ***

Monday, 27 March --- Homework Due on "The Origins of Progressivism."


POSITION STATEMENTS

WORLD WAR I POSITION STATEMENT“Was the United States' entrance into World War I a matter of choice or necessity?"

WORLD WAR I CHOICE/NECESSITY RUBRIC
WORLD WAR I CHOICE/NECESSITY SCORING GUIDE 

CLAUDE KITCHIN - SPEECH TO CONGRESS

WOODROW WILSON ON WORLD WAR I

U.S. ENTRY INTO WORLD WAR I - 1917

WILSON'S WAR MESSAGE TO CONGRESS

THE AMERICANS TEXTBOOK - Pages 583-586

WORKS CITED - WWI


NOTE TAKING TEMPLATE


MLA TEDEd VIDEO



COLD WAR POSITION STATEMENT REQUIREMENTS

COLD WAR POSITION STATEMENT RUBRIC

COLD WAR POSITION STATEMENT SCORING GUIDE

RESOURCES
Arguments for Trading Civil Liberties for a Society's Safety
Source: "Arguments Against Trading Civil Liberties for a Society's Safety." Polytechnic School. Polytechnic School, n.d. Web. 27 May 2016. 

McCarthyism and "The Great Fear"
Source:  Denton, Jamie, et al. "McCarthy and the “Great Fear” Fear and Reason in the USA ." Teaching America History Project . Teaching America History Project , Mar. 2008. Web. 27 May 2016.

Civil Rights Suspended









RECONSTRUCTION POSITION STATEMENT SHEET 

RECONSTRUCTION STATEMENT RUBRIC

RECONSTRUCTION STATEMENT SCORING GUIDE

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES:
RECONSTRUCTION OVERVIEW

WHY RECONSTRUCTION MATTERS

READING INFORMATIONAL TEXT SURVEY




NEW NATION PROJECT SCORING GUIDE


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