Monthly Archives: May 2020

Learning Experience May 20-21 – The Movement Gets Moving!

The Civil Rights Movement picked up some steam in the late 50s and early 60s, so please continue digging in to some of the main events using your Learning from the Civil Rights Movement activity, Part 1. We will examine … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Civil Rights Movement

The civil rights movement is one of the defining events in American history, during which Americans fought to make real the ideals of justice and equality embedded in our founding documents. When students learn about the movement, they learn what … Continue reading

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THE LEGACY OF WWII in America’s Story

I CAN REPRESENT THE IMPACT AND LEGACY OF WWII ON AMERICA’S STORY. The most important global event in the 20th century had a huge impact on the United States specifically and on the world in general.  What was the legacy … Continue reading

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WE CAN DO IT! The American Home Front in WWII

“War is no longer simply a battle between armed forces in the field. It is a struggle in which each side strives to bring to bear against the enemy the coordinated power of every individual and of every material resource at … Continue reading

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PREPARE TO DEBATE … THE BOMB!

It is one of (if not THE) the most important single decisions of the 20th century (source, source).  The short term and long term impact of the use of the atomic bomb have been debated since August of 1945.  In our … Continue reading

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