Week 5 Discussion
This weeks readings focused on progressivism, WWI, international trade and womens activism once
again. Chapter 21 didnt have anything relating to airplanes but the Panama Canal is a great
technological advancement and to me one of the mo
Final Exam Study Guide
The final exam covers chapters 16-31 in both books and consists of 4 IDs (10 points each) and 60
multiple choice questions (1pt each).
An ID is a short paragraph explaining the 5ws of a given person, event, place, or idea. The 5
Week 6 Discussion
This weeks readings focused on life in the 20s, the crash of the stock market in 1929, and Franklin D
Roosevelts New Deal program. Life in the twenties was much different than life had ever been before,
More Americans lived in urban area
Week 9 Discussion
This weeks chapters covered some very important and controversial times in United States
history. The civil rights movement was finally successful and the Civil Rights Act was passed in 1964
which made discrimination in employment, educa
Week 4 Discussion
In this weeks reading, the focus was on a struggling economy, poor workers rights and womens
activism. None of the stuff covered in this chapter is very relatable to airplanes. The only thing I can think
of is that with so many skilled p
Week 7 Discussion
This weeks reading focused on the United States involvement in WWII. Airplanes played a very key role
in WWII as they were involved in almost every single battle that took place. Especially on the Pacific
front. New technological innovat
Week 8 Discussion
In this weeks readings focused on life after WWII along with life during the cold war. Life changed greatly
after WWII was over as all the soldiers came home women were either put out of work or had to settle
for relatively low-paying jo
Coe Period 3
AP World History
In the early 1900s, both political and nationalist revolutions were occurring across
the globe, altering the course of their respective countries histories. The Chinese
Revolution of 1911 and Russian Revolutio
The Xia Dynasty
The Xia Dynasty began around 2000 BCE, led by an
engineer named Yu the Great. He improved the
civilization by having flood-control and irrigation
projects. When the Yellow River once flooded, he
was appointed by his father to stop it. Thro
2015 Ancient Greece and Rome
I. SpartaLuster/ red
II. AthensMarcucci/ blue
III.CorinthKlopson/ green-holds trophy
-Four elements of the event:
1. Field Events: Lanette Doran (Michael McCollummichaelgjr@cox.net)
2. Chariot Race Relay
The rise of big business was the time period after
westward expansion, better known as the industrialization era.
In this time, about the late 1800s, many new inventions,
innovations, and ideas wer
By Ted Barns
President Andrew Johnson was responsible for
bringing the country together after the Civil War.
However, his lack of action and planning
increased African American suffrage.
American History I
Final Exam Study Guide
The exam will consist of three different sections.
Section 1 will be composed of 30 multiple choice questions. They will be taken from the Sakai
chapter quizzes (chapters 8-14), but they may be modifi
CONSERVATION OF MOMENTUM IN ONE
Two experiments are conducted with gliders on a level, frictionless track.
In the first experiment, glider A is launched toward a stationary glider, glider M. After the
collision, glider A has
Lets first start with a Democracy; there are two forms of Democracy: Direct Democracy
and Representative Democracy. Direct Democracy is a form of government in which the people
as a who
Written Assignment 3
July 16, 2011
Please list four different Movements that evolved from the Second Great
Awakening. Who started them and why?
The Second Great Awakening occurred in America during the early 19th century. The
Writing Assignment 2
Who created the First National Bank and why? Did it work?
Due to the nations struggling finances, Congress asked the Secretary of Treasury,
Alexander Hamilton, to try to come up with a policy to help with the challen
Written Assignment #1
Is the United States now or ever have been a Democracy or a Republic? What is the difference
between the two forms of government?
To get a better understanding about a Democracy and a Republic, I would like to start
What historical developments between 1763 and 1775 resulted in increasing tension
between the American colonies and Great Britain, which eventually erupted into war?
The conflict between I believe first started when The Proclamation of 1763 was passed.
Both Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson had a specific vision for
the future of this country by 1794. Whose vision of Americas future was closer to
reality by the end of the Reconstruction era in 1877?
Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson were bot
1. What motivated people more to settle in the American colonies, the desire for economic
opportunity or the desire for religious freedom? Support your answer with historical
fact as evidence.
I believe people settled in the American Colonies for the desi