This Day in History
Monthly Archives: March 2016
The 1920s was known for great personalities – and you will be one of them at a social gathering on THURSDAY, MARCH 17 (yes, St. Patty’s Day!) To prepare for the event, your task is to develop a FIRST PERSON … Continue reading
How about those 20’s themes? Starting to get the hang of them? As we examine the 20s, fill up your theme buckets with topics and ideas. This should make it easy to wrote two paragraphs, don’t you think? Business Boom (BB) / Consumer … Continue reading
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times … a famous opening of a Charles Dickens novel? (yes) A description of Taft’s hairline? (no … only the worst there) A framework for a way to look at the … Continue reading
Once the war ended, what happened? An easy peace treaty meeting in Paris – typical, right? Not so fast … For your next class, preview the peace process that came after the war by reading and watching some content concerning … Continue reading
NHD program 2016 USM – Our projects are highlighted! Some thoughts about the NHD judging process – The process depends on the judges, but here are some basic possible questions. Dress is business casual – look good (but not formal attire). See … Continue reading
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