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Advanced Honors US History I: Nelson Mandela

Advanced Placement US History II: Aung San Suu Kyi

US History II Honors Section 1: Eleanor Roosevelt

US History II Honors Section 2: Mahatma Gandhi
 

Manifest Destiny Painting

 

 

Cycle 1 Cycle 2 Cycle 3 Cycle 4 Cycle 5 Cycle 6  
Cycle 7 Cycle 8 Cycle 9 Cycle 10 Cycle 11    

 

Long Term Assignments:

AP US History II: Twenties Magazine:  New Due Date: Monday, February 7th
AH US History I:  The Trial of TJ: Pretrail Papers -- Friday, February 4th
                                                              Trial Begins on Monday, February 7th

 

Cycle 1

Day F Tuesday, February 1 Mandela  In class time to arrange witness schedule

1. Skim pages 218-225

Suu Kyi In class time to plan out Twenties Magazine

1. Textbook pages 753-756, 756-762 (Except Frustrated Farmers)

Roosevelt The Cold War in East Asia: the Korean War

If we have a snow day, all the assignments, with the exception of any due dates, move to the following day

Cycle 2

Day A Wednesday, February 2 Suu Kyi The Republican Old Guard Returns

1. Textbook, pages 756-758, 762-764

Gandhi The Cold War in East Asia
Day B Thursday,
February 3
Mandela The "Dead Clutch" of the Judiciary
The Louisiana Purchase

1. Textbook, pages 225-232

Roosevelt Eisenhower and Massive Retaliation

1. Textbook, pages 803-808

Gandhi Eisenhower and Massive Retaliation

1. Textbook, pages 803-808

Day C Friday, February 4 Mandela  Prelude to the War of 1812

1. Prepare for TJ's Trial

Suu Kyi Independent Internationalism

1. Textbook, pages 760-761, 766-774

Roosevelt The Struggle For the Third World

Take home test due: Tuesday, February 8th
1. Textbook pages 812-821
2. Skim through pages 799-802

Day D Monday, February 7 Mandela  TJ on Trial: Day One

1. Start thinking about your final reflection paper

Suu Kyi The Great Depression
Start of Twenties Magazine Presentation
Gandhi The Struggle For the Third World

Take home test due: Friday, February 11th
1. Textbook, pages 812-821
2. Skim through pages 799-802

Day E Tuesday, February 8 Roosevelt The 1950s: Creating a Middle Class Culture

1. Textbook pages 821-824

Gandhi The 1950s: Creating a Middle Class Culture

1. Textbook, pages 821-824

Day F Wednesday, February 9 Mandela  TJ on Trial: Day Two

1. Textbook, pages 233-240
2. Final Reflection Paper due Friday, February 11

Suu Kyi Conclusion of Twenties Magazine Presentation

1. Multiple Choice Test on Chapter 33 tomorrow, Thursday

Roosevelt The Limits of a Middle Class Nation

Cycle 3

In celebration of Valentine's Day:  Who Said It? Presidential Love Letters Quiz

Day A Thursday, February 10 Suu Kyi 1920s Society and Politics
Gandhi The Struggle for the Third World
Day B Friday, February 11 Mandela The Trial of TJ Continued
Roosevelt Take Home Test Due
The Limits of a Middle Class Nation
Gandhi The Struggle for the Third World Concluded

1. Homework: Don't forget to check the teachfolder on Monday for your essay take home test assignment

Day C Monday, February 14 Mandela  The Trial of TJ Concluded

1. Witness Essay due Thursday
2. Textbook pages TBA

Suu Kyi The Return of the Republican Old Guard

Hofstadter's "Hoover and the Crisis of American Individualism" (Teachfolder) -- uploaded late in the day, don't worry if you haven't read it for class
2. Textbook, pages 777-783

Roosevelt The Limits of a Middle Class Nation Continued

1. Tentative Quiz on Thursday

Day D Tuesday, February 15 Mandela  Solidifying the Nation: The War of 1812

1. Textbook, To Be Assigned
2. Primary Documents on the War of 1812
3. Nationalism Project Assigned -- Due Date to be Announced

Suu Kyi The Stock Market Crash
Hoover and Rugged Individualism

1. Textbook pages to be announced

Gandhi The Limits of a Middle Class Nation

1. Take home test due Tomorrow

Day E Wednesday, February 16 Roosevelt Cold War Fears and Anticommunism in American Society

1. Quiz on Friday
2.
1. The Civil Rights Movement: Major Events and Legacies
(if the hyperlink is not working, Google History Now with Title)

Gandhi The Limits of a Middle Class Nation Continued
Cold War Fears and Anticommunism in Society

1. Possible 1950s Quiz tomorrow!
2.
1. The Civil Rights Movement: Major Events and Legacies
(if the hyperlink is not working, Google History Now with Title)

Day A Thursday, February 17 Suu Kyi FDR and the New Deal: From Hoover's reluctant intervention to FDR's experimental onslaught

1. Textbook pages to be announced

Gandhi Possible 1950s Quiz
Excerpts from Eyes on the Prize

1. Tentative Quiz on Thursday
2. Textbook, pages 833-836
"Civil Rights Act" pg. 837
"Black Power" pg. 847
"African American Cultural Nationalism" pg. 861

Day F Friday, February 18 Mandela  Outcomes of the War of 1812: Treaty of Ghent; Hartford Convention; A New "Nationalism"

1. Textbook, To be Announced

Suu Kyi FDR and the New Deal: The Three R's in Action

1. Textbook pages to be announced.
2. Class Meeting on Thursday at 9pm
3. Assessing FDR and the New Deal (Teachfolder)

Roosevelt 1950s Society Quiz
NPR: Strange Fruit

1. Textbook, pages 833-836
"Civil Rights Act" pg. 837
"Black Power" pg. 847
"African American Cultural Nationalism" pg. 861

FYI: Interesting Article in Thursday's NYT: Shy US Intellectual Created Playbook Used in Revolutions

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/17/world/middleeast/17sharp.html?hp

 

Cycle 4

FYI: Good overview of the Libyan Crisis: Who'll Fill Void If Gadhafi Falls? U.S. Wishes It Knew (Transcript is pending, but you can listen to the podcast)

http://www.npr.org/2011/03/02/134182969/wholl-fill-void-if-gadhafi-falls-u-s-wishes-it-knew
 
Day B Monday, February 28 Mandela Clay's American System
Judicial Nationalism

1. Textbook, pages 243-246, 250-255

Roosevelt Excerpts from Eyes on the Prize

1. Different Perspectives on the Civil Rights Movement
(if the hyperlink is not working, Google History Now with Title)
2. The Unfinished Dialogue of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X
http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ccbh/mxp/Souls.The_Unfinished_Dialogue.pdf

Gandhi 1950s Society Quiz
NPR: Strange Fruit

1. Different Perspectives on the Civil Rights Movement
(if the hyperlink is not working, Google History Now with Title)
2. The Unfinished Dialogue of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X
http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ccbh/mxp/Souls.The_Unfinished_Dialogue.pdf

Day C Tuesday, March 1 Mandela  The Slavery Question:  the next "band aid"
Geographic Expansion
The Monroe Doctrine

1. Jackson: Change Agent
2. Textbook, pages 256-262

Suu Kyi FDR's Foreign Policy (Textbook pages, 806-810

1. Hoover and Roosevelt DBQ Take Home (Try to time yourself!) Due Friday
2. New Deal Multiple Choice Quiz TOMORROW
3. Texbook, pages 811-819 

Roosevelt Different Perspectives on the Civil Rights Movement

1. Review over Unfinished Dialogue

Day D Wednsday,
March 2
Mandela  Jacksonian Democracy

1. Textbook, pages 262-272
2. Change Agent Article:
http://www.newsweek.com/2008/10/31/the-change-agent.html

Suu Kyi New Deal Multiple Choice Quiz
Europe Heads to War

1. Textbook, pages 819-826

Gandhi Different Perspectives on the Civil Rights Movement

1. Unfinished Dialogue -- Look for the link above

Day E Thursday, March 3 Roosevelt Ideological Clash? Martin Luther King, Jr and Malcolm X
The Civil Rights Actions of the 50s and 60s

Textbook reading to be completed by Tuesday

pg 808-812, 833-836, "Civil Rights Act" pg 837, "Black Power" pg. 847-848, "African American Cultural Nationalism" pg. 861, "Affirmative Action" pg. 864

Gandhi Ideological Clash? Martin Luther King, Jr and Malcolm X
The Civil Rights Actions of the 50s and 60s

1. Textbook reading to be completed by Tuesday

pg 808-812, 833-836, "Civil Rights Act" pg 837, "Black Power" pg. 847-848, "African American Cultural Nationalism" pg. 861, "Affirmative Action" pg. 864

Day F Friday, March 4 Mandela  Presentation of American System Projects

1. Chapter 12 Quiz on Tuesday

Suu Kyi Europe Heats Up
The Inevitable: America Enters the War

1. Textbook, pages 826-838 (Make sure to read Makers of America: The Japanese)

Roosevelt Finishing Eyes on the Prize?
The Civil Rights Movement in the 1970s

Refer to the Above

Cycle 5

Brooks: Huntington's Clash Revisted: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/04/opinion/04brooks.html?hp

Day A Monday, March 7 Suu Kyi World War II: Mobilization

1. Textbook, pages 838-854 

Gandhi Eyes on the Prize: Emmet Till, Little Rock Nine
Day B Tuesday, March 8 Mandela Chapter 12 Quiz
The Presidency of John Quincy Adams
Jacksonian Democracy

1. King Andrew and the Bank
2. Textbook, pages 272-285

Roosevelt South Boston Protests, Affirmative Action

1. Civil Rights Movement Short Answer Test on Friday
2. Debating Affirmative Action:
http://www.pbs.org/now/shows/434/affirmative-action-print.html

Gandhi The Civil Rights Movement in the 1970s

1. Tentative Civil Rights Short Answer Test on Monday
2. Debating Affirmative Action:
http://www.pbs.org/now/shows/434/affirmative-action-print.html

Day C Wednesday, March 9 Mandela  Jackson's Economic Policies
The Van Buren Presidency: Picking up the Pieces

1. Review over Industrialization Project in Teachfolder
Suu Kyi World War II: The Three Fronts

1. Textbook, pages 866-874 
2. America and the Holocaust (teachfolder)

Roosevelt Wrap-Up Day: Affirmative Action
Kennedy and the Cold War

1. Textbook, pages 828-833
2. Modern Buddhist Uprising (Teachfolder)

Day D Thursday, March 10 Mandela  Chapter 13 Quiz
The Election of 1840 and the new two-party democracy

1. Start preparing for Industrialization Assignment

Suu Kyi Concluding the War

1. Textbook, pages 858-866

Gandhi Affirmative Action

1. Textbook, pages 828-833 (for Wednesday)
2. Modern Buddhist Uprising (Teachfolder) (For Wednesday)
3. Short Answer Test on Tuesday

Day F Friday, March 11 Mandela  Martin Van Buren's Presidency Concluded

1. Industrialization Project due on Monday

Suu Kyi Victory in Japan and the Diplomatic Course of the War
Dropping the Atomic Bomb: Contrasting Opinions

1. Tentative World War II Test on Monday

Roosevelt Short Answer Test: Civil Rights

1. Textbook, pages 841-846
2. Johnson and Fulbright (teachfolder)

Day C Monday, March 14 Mandela  Introduction to Industrialism
Start of Industrialization Presentation
Suu Kyi Tentative World War II Test
Roosevelt Back to Vietnam: Kennedy and Johnson

1. Textbook, pages 853-857

Day E Tuesday, March 15 Roosevelt Johnson in Vietnam
Agent Orange and its Legacy

1. Multiple Choice Quiz on Monday

Gandhi Short Answer Test: Civil Rights

1. Textbook, pages 841-846
2. Johnson and Fulbright (teachfolder)

Cycle 6

New York Times: How to Protect Foreign Aid: Improve It http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/03/14/how-to-protect-foreign-aid-improve-it/?hp
New York Times: What Aid Makes Sense for Japan? http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2011/03/15/what-aid-makes-sense-for-japan?ref=asia

Day A Wednesday, March 16 Suu Kyi World War II Multiple Choice Test

Due by Monday:
1. Skim textbook pages, 858-867, 879-883, 887-891, 897-899, 908-915

Gandhi Discuss Senior Final Project
Review over how to use EBSCOhost

1. Review over Buddhist Uprising Article for class discussion

Day B Thursday, March 17 Mandela The Election of 1840 and Martin Van Buren's Presidency

1. For Friday, March 25: Read Chapters 14 and 15 (partially covered by presentations)

Roosevelt Back to Vietnam: Kennedy and Johnson

1. Textbook, pages 853-856

Gandhi Back to Vietnam: Kennedy and Johnson

1. Fulbright and Johnson Article in Teachfolder
2. Textbook, pages 853-856

Day C Friday, March 18 Mandela  Introduction to Industrialism
Suu Kyi Truman: Domestic Policy -- Transitioning into the "Boom" Period of the 50s and 60s

See previous assignment

Roosevelt Johnson in Vietnam
The Legacy of Agent Orange

1. Tentative MC Quiz for Tuesday: Kennedy and Johnson

Day D Monday, March 21 Mandela  Industrialization Presentations in the order noted on project information sheet. A copy of your presentation and bibliography are due today regardless of whether you present.
Suu Kyi The Boom Period of the 50s and 60s

1. Textbook, pages 870-879, 883-886
2. Atomic Spies: Look up Alger Hiss

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/venona/deceptions.html

Gandhi Johnson in Vietnam
The Legacy of Agent Orange
Day E Tuesday, March 22 Roosevelt Tentative MC Quiz
Nixon and Vietnam

1. Textbook, pages 867-870
2. Kerry Essay in teachfolder

Gandhi Johnson In Vietnam
Nixon and Vietnam

In Class Reading: http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1595236,00.html

1. Textbook, pages 867-870
2. Kerry Essay in teachfolder

Day F Wednesday, March 23 Mandela  Industrialization Presentations Concluded

Complete Chapters 14 and 15 for next class!

Suu Kyi Truman: Foreign Policy -- The Cold War Sets in on Two Fronts
The Korean War

1. Textbook, pages 889-095
2.. UpFront: A Decade of Fear
3. Competing Worldviews (teachfolder)
Roosevelt Nixon and Vietnam
Winter Soldier

1. Homework to be Announced

Cycle 7

Day A Thursday, March 24 Suu Kyi Different Perspectives on the Civil Rights Movement

1. The Unfinished Dialogue of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X
http://www.columbia.edu/cu/ccbh/mxp/Souls.The_Unfinished_Dialogue.pdf
2. Textbook, pages pg 891-897, 923-926, 931-934

Gandhi Kennedy and Johnson Vietnam Quiz
Nixon and Vietnam

Relook over John Kerry's article in the teachfolder

Day B Friday, March 25 Mandela Chapter 16: The Antebellum South

1. MC Test on Chapters 14 and 15
2. Review over Chapter 16 by Thursday

Roosevelt Viewing of Winter Soldier

1. Textbook, pages  870-874
2. Henry Kissinger and American Foreign Policy
http://www.gilderlehrman.org/historynow/03_2011/historian6.php

Gandhi Viewing of Winter Soldier

1. Textbook, pages  870-874
2. Henry Kissinger and American Foreign Policy
http://www.gilderlehrman.org/historynow/03_2011/historian6.php

Day C Monday, March 28 Mandela  Chapters 14 and 15 Test

1. Nat Turner Article: Consider the following while reading the article, "What point does the reviewer make about interpreting history. In what ways has Nat Turner been presented by historians" http://www.nytimes.com/2004/02/07/books/nat-turner-in-history-s-multiple-mirrors.html?scp=1&sq=nat%20turner%20in%20history's%20multiple%20mirrors&st=cse
2. Eric Foner: Forgotten Steps Towards Freedom
http://www.nytimes.com/2007/12/30/opinion/30foner.html?_r=1&scp=1&sq=forgotten%20steps%20toward%20freedom&st=cse

Suu Kyi The Evolution of the Movement
*Lunchtime viewing of Eyes on the Prize*

1. Competing Worldview (teachfolder)
2. Textbook, pages 899-905

Roosevelt Viewing of Winter Solider concluded
Nixon, Kissinger, and the World

1. Textbook, pages 874-883

Day D Tuesday, March 29 Mandela  The South and the Slave Controversy
Suu Kyi Truman: Foreign Policy -- The Cold War Sets in on Two Fronts
The Korean War
*Lunchtime viewing of Eyes on the Prize*

1. Textbook, pages 918-923

Gandhi Viewing of Winter Soldier concluded
Nixon, Kissinger, and the World

1. Textbook, pages 874-833

Day E Wednesday, March 30 Roosevelt Nixon: The Crisis of Leadership

1. War of 1967
2. Iranian Revolution

Gandhi Nixon: The Crisis of Leadership

1. War of 1967
2. Iranian Revolution

Day F Thursday, March 31 Mandela  Document Review
Acquiring Texas and Oregon

1. Textbook, pages 370-378

Suu Kyi Korean War Concluded
Foreign Policy During Kennedy's Presidency

1. Textbook, pages 926-931, 934-938

Roosevelt The Watergate Scandal; Imperial Presidency

1. The 1967 and Yom Kippur Wars
http://www.npr.org/news/specials/mideast/history/history4.html
http://www.npr.org/news/specials/mideast/history/history5.html
2. Iranian Revolution
http://teacher.scholastic.com/scholasticnews/indepth/upfront/features/index.asp?article=f040609_TP_Iran

Cycle 8

Day A Friday,
April 1
Suu Kyi 1950s Society and Civil Rights Test
Truman and the Cold War
Gandhi The Conclusion of the Vietnam War
Nixon, Kissinger, and Foreign Policy

1. Textbook, pages 874-877

Day B Monday, April 4 Mandela Acquiring Texas and Oregon

1. Manifest Destiny in Teachfolder
2. Possible Antebellum Quiz tomorrow

Roosevelt The War of 1967 to the Iranian Hostage Crisis

1. Start reading "The World Without Islam" in teachfolder and be prepared to discuss on Thursday
http://web.ebscohost.com/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?sid=709fb60f-cde2-405e-b6e4-14ae8115ff84%40sessionmgr104&vid=4&hid=110

Gandhi The Watergate Scandal; Imperial Presidency

1. The 1967 and Yom Kippur Wars
http://www.npr.org/news/specials/mideast/history/history4.html
http://www.npr.org/news/specials/mideast/history/history5.html
2. Iranian Revolution
http://teacher.scholastic.com/scholasticnews/indepth/upfront/features/index.asp?article=f040609_TP_Iran

Get started on "The World Without Islam"
http://web.ebscohost.com/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?sid=709fb60f-cde2-405e-b6e4-14ae8115ff84%40sessionmgr104&vid=4&hid=110

Day C Tuesday, April 5 Mandela  Antebellum South Quiz
America's Manifest Destiny

1. Textbook, pages 378-388

Suu Kyi Eisenhower and the Cold War

1. No new homework
2. Study Guide on the Civil Rights Movement

Roosevelt The War of 1967 to the Iranian Hostage Crisis Concluded

1. The World Without Islam

Day D Wednesday, April 6 Mandela  Mexican War

Textbook, pages 390-401
Antebellum Documents (teachfolder)
"The Gold Rush" from 10 Days that Unexpectedly Changed America

Suu Kyi Kennedy and the Cold War

1. No new homework
2. Study Guide on Reagan and Bush

Gandhi The War of 1967 to the Iranian Hostage Crisis

1. Start reading "The World Without Islam" in teachfolder and be prepared to discuss on Monday

Day E Thursday, April 7 Roosevelt The World Without Islam Class Discussion

1. Textbook, pages 864-867

Gandhi The War of 1967 to the Iranian Hostage Crisis Concluded

1 The World Without Islam

Day F Friday,
April 8
Mandela  Wrap-up of Chapter 18
The three-way election of 1848: the slavery question comes to the fore

1. Tentative Test on Tuesday

Suu Kyi American Foreign Policy in the Middle East and Latin America
Practice Test 2 Due

1. Carter's Presidency in the Middle East: pages 970-975

2. Cuba: pages 905, 919-920,921-923

3. Vietnam: 899-900, 920-921, 934-938, 948-950

Roosevelt The Women's Rights Movement

1. Readings on the Women's Rights Movement to be announced

Cycle 9

Day A Monday, April 11 Suu Kyi Foreign Policy: Latin America

Should read up to Chapter 41 by the end of the cycle.

Gandhi The October 1973 War
Camp David Accords
Iranian Revolution
Day B Tuesday, April 12 Mandela The Compromise of 1850
Pierce the Expansionist
NO TEST

1. If not yet completed, read Chapter 18
2. Chapter 17 and 18 Test on Thursday, April 14

Roosevelt Jimmy Carter's Presidency Completed
The Women's Movement

1. View To The Contrary: March 4, 2011 or read the transcript http://www.pbs.org/ttc/episode_1952.html
2. Listen or read the transcript: Phyllis Schlafly Still Championing The Anti-Feminist Fight
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=134981902
3. Tentative Test on Wednesday on the Middle East

Gandhi The World Without Islam
Jimmy Carter's Presidency Completed

1. View To The Contrary: March 4, 2011 or read the transcript http://www.pbs.org/ttc/episode_1952.html
2. Listen or read the transcript: Phyllis Schlafly Still Championing The Anti-Feminist Fight
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=134981902
3. Tentative Test on Thursday on the Middle East

Day C Wednesday, April 13 Mandela  Chapter 18 Completed
Suu Kyi Foreign Policy: Vietnam
Roosevelt Test on the Middle East

or

The Gay Liberation Movement
The Rise of Conservative America

1. Textbook, pages 891-900

Day D Thursday, April 14 Mandela  Chapter 17 and 18 test

1. Textbook, pages 409-418

Suu Kyi Foreign Policy: Vietnam and the Cold War
Gandhi Middle East Test

or

The Women's Movement and Gay Liberation

1. Textbook, pages 891-900

Day E Friday,
April 15
Roosevelt In class work -- Ronald Reagan and the End of the Cold War: The Debate Continues

Read the assignment and complete the questions for your one and only homework grade of the quarter

Gandhi In class work -- Ronald Reagan and the End of the Cold War: The Debate Continues

Read the assignment and complete the questions for your one and only homework grade of the quarter

Day F Monday, April 18 Mandela  Bloody Kansas
The Dred Scott Decision

1. To Be Announced

Suu Kyi Complete Cold War to the end of Carter's Presidency
Roosevelt Reagan and the Cold War

1. Textbook, pages 900-905

Cycle 10

Day A Tuesday, April 19 Suu Kyi AP Review Handouts:

1. Second Year: First Quarter
2. Second Year: Second Quarter
3. Practice Test 3
4. Overview of Women's Rights Movement
5. Seventies and Eighties Multiple Choice Quiz -- Due when we return for a quiz grade
6. Overview of the Election of 1968 and the Great Society Program
7. Overview of Watergate
8. Chapter 41 Reading Guide: Resurgence of Conservatism -- Due when we return for a homework grade
9. Overview George Bush and Bill Clinton

Gandhi The Women's Rights Movement
The Gay Liberation Movement
Day B Wednesday, April 20 Mandela Chapter 19 Concluded
The War Begins

1. NY Times Magazine: The Shrug that Made History: http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9900E6DF1730F930A35757C0A9679D8B63&scp=12&sq=Blue%20Stone&st=nyt&pagewanted=1
2. Article on Lincoln to be announced

Roosevelt Resurgence of Conservatism
Gandhi Resurgence of Conservatism

SPRING BREAK
Thursday, April 28: AP Review at Alexandria's -- Society and Politics of the 60s and 70s, Watergate

Day C Monday, May 2 Mandela  Age of Innocence
Suu Kyi Bush and Clinton
Eisenhower Doctrine
Roosevelt Reagan: Social Dimension

1. Textbook, pages 900-905 for Thursday

Day D Tuesday, May 3 Mandela  Lincoln and his view on slavery
Suu Kyi Practice Exam Review
Gandhi Reagan: Social Dimension

1. Textbook, pages 900-905 for Monday

Day E Wednesday, May 4 Roosevelt In class time to work on essay
Gandhi In class time to work on essay
Day F Thursday, May 5 Mandela  The Civil War Begins

1. Textbook reading to be announced

Suu Kyi After School Review!!!
Roosevelt Reagan: Foreign Policy Dimension

 

Cycle 11

Day A Friday,
May 6
Suu Kyi

Senior Prom

Gandhi
Day E Thursday, May 12 Roosevelt Reagan, Bush, Clinton Test
Don't forget to pick up a hard copy of the reading from "Committed". Gandhi's quiz will be on Monday, Roosevelt's quiz will be on TUESDAY (to give you more time to read!)
Gandhi
Day F Friday,
May 13
Mandela   
Suu Kyi  
Roosevelt