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A 500 Word Research Paper

A 500 Word Research Paper

Research papers are generally thought of as a long laborious tome. This need not be the case! Just as Saunders and Salinger could slay em with a few words, we too are going to demonstrate the power of brevity! Make a copy of the learning 

Equality Summative Inquiry

Equality Summative Inquiry

As we conclude our mini unit on equality and our examination of the civil rights movement use the learning helper linked below to guide you through the inquiry process in regard to one of our essential questions or a question that you develop on your 

Tulsa Massacre Inquiry

Tulsa Massacre Inquiry

Use the learning helper linked HERE in order to work through a mini inquiry in response to the Tulsa Massacre Stimuli linked on the document. This learning activity will require you to work on your question asking skills as well as a brief evidence gathering 

Emmett Till, the Tulsa Massacre, Birth of a Nation, the Little Rock 9, Brown v. Board, social psychology and factors contributing to equality

Emmett Till, the Tulsa Massacre, Birth of a Nation, the Little Rock 9, Brown v. Board, social psychology and factors contributing to equality

Your task is to complete the questions on the learning helper linked here that will require you to deploy past learning in the service of answering some of our key learning questions for this unit such as, “What does equality look like?” and “What factors 

Structured Inquiry: Using sources to identify causes of conflict and obstacles to equality.

Structured Inquiry: Using sources to identify causes of conflict and obstacles to equality.

Make a copy of the following linked document and utilize the resources provided, both primary and secondary, in order to answer the question, “What was the main cause of the American Civil War?” LEARNING HELPER LINKED HERE

What is Freedom?

What is Freedom?

View and download this assignment, ” WHAT FREEDOM MEANS TO ME” and help us to understand the core elements of freedom which in turn will provide a framework to analyze governmental policy and legislation aimed at achieving, or restricting, freedom. We’ll also move into the 

Necessary Rights: Understanding the Bill of Rights and Implications

Necessary Rights: Understanding the Bill of Rights and Implications

The right to protest is protected by the Constitution in amedments later added collectively called, “The Bill of Rights” These were proposed by James Madison and added in order to ensure protection of certain inalienable rights. Use the learning helper linked below to understand the 

Boston ‘Massacre’ the spark of revolution

Boston ‘Massacre’ the spark of revolution

In class, we spoke a lot about the process of protest to revolution and the “recipe” necessary for revolutions to occur. In our case study of the American Revolution, the Boston Massacre is particularly informative. Use this LEARNING HELPER to analyze the Boston Massacre in 

What is the purpose of Government?

What is the purpose of Government?

Government. It has existed in some form since humans began living in large groups. It seems to be an inevitable component of society and yet it has undergone many different iterations throughout human history. Wars have been fought, lives ruined and humans killed in the