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• Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

Part I American Imperialism ’14

 

Part III American Imperialism ’14

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• Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

La vida politica del Siglo XIX ’15

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• Monday, March 23rd, 2015

Outline 1870-1890 ’15

You are simply going to eliminate from the outline facts that you consider not necessary to understand the period. Include presidents, events, laws, political junctures or anything you consider important. It should not be more than 4-6 pages long.

The site from which the original outline was copied is in the bottom of the last page. You may look for other outlines on line of the period to enrich your knowledge, but is not necessary for purposes of this homework. Class discussion will be around the topics you all include as important.

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• Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

The Ordeal of Reconstruction ’15

Paralysis of Politics in the Gilded Age ’15

Industry Comes of Age ’15

Start studying on your own from your textbook and these guides.. we will round up in class!

Thanks for staying until nine at school! You are an amazing bunch of kids!

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• Thursday, March 12th, 2015

R ussian Economy Today ’15

Ruxit is real Russia’s Exit from Europe ’15

Political prosecution in Ukraine ’15

APCPG CLASSROOM DEBATE RUBRIC ’15

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• Thursday, March 12th, 2015

Independencia y Nacionalismo Parte II ’15

Puerto Rico Las Partidas Sediciosas ’15

El Partido Nacionalista (1950-1954)

Preguntas Independencia y Nacionalismo en Puerto Rico a mediados del Siglo XX

 

La  presentaciónque está aquí es revisada. Si subiste la anterior a tus documentos bórrala y utiliza la editada.  Hay examen el próximo martes 24 de  marzo,  solamente de este tema. Todo el material aquí incluido es parte del examen. Estudien de sus apuntes y lo discutido en clase. Voy a ustedes!

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• Thursday, February 26th, 2015

Rebeldía Separatista y el Grito de Lares ’15

Repaso El Grito de Lares ’15

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• Thursday, February 19th, 2015

Contestaciones Ficha Guerrilleros y separatistas ’15

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• Wednesday, February 18th, 2015

Presidencies up to the Civil War Part II

DBQ REASONS FOR THE CIVIL WAR ’15

Reading Impact and Legacy of the first sixteen presidents ’15

Antesala de la Guerra Civil 1850 revisada

 

All of these are documents to be studied and completed before taking the test on the topic. the DBQ is due on Thursday February 26, 2-15. I added  a presentation that can help you clarify some points. I hope it is useful!

 

Watch on YouTUBE  Crash Course US History #16, 17 and 18

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• Wednesday, February 18th, 2015

Why Putin Misses the Soviet Union So Much ’15

Twenty Years After the Demise of the Soviet Union ’15

This is a copy of your PP on section I for the Russian Federation.

The Russian Federation Part 1 ’15

The Resistible Rise of Vladimir Putin ’15

Entre Guerras y Revoluciones ’14 (Revisado)

Here is the material already discussed in class and the Spanish presentation on Russia in the aftermath of WWI. STUDY!

Your readings on Putin will help you understand the present situation of the Russian Federation’s government. Peace to all!

Pikalyovo touches on plight of Russia ’15

This document will help you clarify the argument at the beginning of your PP presentation. make sure you read it. There will be a discussion question on the issue in your test.

Read only Russia

Read the section on Russia and prepare a Timeline of the different Russian Heads of State starting with Lenin and ending with Putin, including the government and economic policies of each different period. It will be handed in on Monday March 2 and I will quiz you on the topic that same day. Read also sections 2-3 of your textbook.

Russian Political Development Time Line Project ’15

This is the partial rubric for your timeline. Be sure to use it before handing in your work.

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