November 12, 2015
Service Learning Reflection
Honors 200B requires a service learning project for the class. The purpose behind the
service learning project, as defined on the Honors 200B syllabus, is to, under
Due: October 5th, 2015
A Family Man
Dr. Tanner sat in a mahogany leather chair.
The chair is
very clean and professional, with a look that suggested only
similarly clean and professional people should be allowed to
rest in its f
The chariot rattled with rage as we rode down into the depths of the earth. I hope you enjoy
the new life I will give to you, Proserpina, Pluto said to me. I looked up at him as he waved the tassels
like a conductor waves his wand.
Why, I asked, why are y
Chapter 25 Discussion Questions
Identify key turning points in the war in the Pacific.
Describe the Allied offensive against the Japanese
Explain both the development of the atomic bomb and debates about its use.
Describe the challenges faced
Chapter 19 Section 1
1. What were the major long-term causes of World War I?
2. What role did imperialism play in aggravating tensions between the European colonial
3. Why did the European nations mobilize so quickly after Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Unit 2 Study Guide
You should have all of Chapter 17-18-19 read by this point. Anything in the textbook, lecture, outside
reading can/might be on the test.
Chapter 17 Section 3 Notes
Teddy Roosevelts Square Deal
1) A Rough Riding President
a) Roosevelts Rise
i) Born into wealthy NY family
ii) Marksman, horseback riding as a youth
iii) Boxed and wrestled in college
iv) Leader in NY politics at early age
Chapter 17 Section 2 Notes
Women in Public Life
1) Women in the Work Force
a) Farm Women
i) Roles on the farm had changed, women doing house and farm work
b) Women in Industry
i) New citiesnew jobs for women
ii) Not allowed in Unions however.
iii) 25% of