Agenda: Week of April 20-24, 2015

Advanced Placement World History with Mr. Duez
AP Test Review & Preparation Focus:
Unit 1 & 2 Key Concepts 1.1, 1.2, 1.3
FRQs: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
DBQs: Global Silver TradeDBQ 2006 & 20th Cent. Muslim NationalismDBQ - 2005

WEEK AT A GLANCE:
MON: Quick Plan Quiz: 2002-2006: One of those AP FRQ sets will be presented to you to do a quick plan & write (20 min). Then we will discuss plans and tips on how to PLAN MORE, WRITE LESS, & SCORE HIGHER.
TUEPrep Work for the Timed Writing on Wed. Global Silver Trade: DBQ 2006 & 20th Cent. Muslim Nationalism: DBQ - 2005.
WED/THU: MOCK AP Test; Flip between 20th Cent. Muslim Nationalism: DBQ - 2005 & Silver Trade: DBQ 2006
FRI: Review Period 2: MOCK AP Test Corrections;

MOCK AP TEST Corrections due on Wednesday of next week. We will spend time in class on Mon & Tue working through those and reviewing the Mock Test.
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Mon-Tue: "Review Units"
Week of April 20: Units 1 & 2 (Key Concepts 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 & 2.1, 2.2, 2.3)
Week of April 27: Units 3 & 4 (Key Concepts 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 & 4.1, 4.2, 4.3
Week of May 4: Units 5 & 6 (Key Concepts 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 & 6.1, 6.2, 6.3)

AP TEST: Thursday, May 14th

All Key Concepts

"MOCK BLOCK"
Mock Test on Block Day (Wed/Thu)

"FRQ Quick Plan Quizzes"

Mr. Duez will have one set of FRQ questions from one of the years listed for each of the dates provided. (For example, on Mon, April 20th: if 2003 is selected, Mr. Duez will pass out the DBQ, CCOT, and Comp. FRQ prompts from 2003. Students will create a quick plan for each question with a thesis.)
Mon, April 20: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
Mon, April 27: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
Mon, May 4: 2012, 2013, 2014

*LIST OF ALL FRQ Questions: FRQ Questions From 2002-2011
*FRQs on COLLEGE BOARDSince Redesign '11: 2012-2014

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Freeman-pedia.com
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Monday, April 20, 2015
Quote
"When somethings dark, let me shed a little light on it
When somethings cold, let me put a little fire on it
If somethings old, I wanna put a bit of shine on it
When somethings gone, I wanna fight to get it back again" 
- The Fixer, Pearl Jam. Lyrics by Eddie Vedder

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Prep for Quick Plan Quiz. You will need a couple of pieces of paper.
2. Quick Plan Quiz: 2002-2006: One of those AP FRQ sets will be presented to you to do a quick plan & write (20 min). Then we will discuss plans and tips on how to PLAN MORE, WRITE LESS, & SCORE HIGHER.
3. Unit 1 & 2 Review: Periodization & Group Questions to practice for the AP Test.

Assignments: 
MOCK AP Test on Wed/Thu + either the Global Silver TradeDBQ 2006 or 20th Cent. Muslim NationalismDBQ - 2005.
REVIEW FOR AP TEST
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Freeman-pedia.com
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Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Quote: "I'd rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I am not." - Kurt Cobain

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Pick Up Periodization Handout
2. Group Prep Work for the Timed Writing on Wed:
Global Silver Trade: DBQ 2006 & 20th Cent. Muslim Nationalism: DBQ - 2005
3. Unit 1 & 2 Review: Periodization & Group Questions to practice for the AP Test.

Assignments: 
MOCK AP Test on Wed/Thu + either the Global Silver TradeDBQ 2006 or 20th Cent. Muslim NationalismDBQ - 2005.
REVIEW FOR AP TEST
GetAFive.com
Freeman-pedia.com
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Wednesday, April 22, 2015 & Thursday, April 23, 2015
Quote: "An honest man's pillow is his peace of mind." - John Cougar Mellencamp, Minutes To Memories

"MOCK BLOCK"
1. DO NOW: Prep for MOCK AP Test - 70 questions in 55 minutes.
2. MOCK AP Test - 70 multiple choice questions in 55 minutes.
3. DBQ: Either the Global Silver TradeDBQ 2006 or 20th Cent. Muslim NationalismDBQ - 2005.

Assignments: 
MOCK AP Test corrections are due next Wednesday.
Quick Plan FRQ Quiz: Mon, April 27: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
REVIEW FOR AP TEST
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Freeman-pedia.com
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Friday, April 24, 2015
Quote: "If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice." - Rush, Freewill. Lyrics by Geddy Lee; Alex Lifeson, & Neil Elwood Peart

1. DO NOW: Prep to have AP Mock Test Corrections started
2. MOCK AP Test Corrections
3. Review Period 2

NEXT WEEK
Week of April 27: Units 3 & 4 (Key Concepts 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 & 4.1, 4.2, 4.3
Be prepared to review Units 3 & 4. These are two of the toughest & most densely packed units. So this is a big week!
Monday: Mon, April 27: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
Wed/Thu: Mock Test #2 + CCOT Prompts from 2007 20th Century National Identities & 2006 Classical Empires to 200 C.E.

REVIEW FOR AP TEST
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Freeman-pedia.com

Agenda: Week of April 13-17, 2015

Advanced Placement World History with Mr. Duez
PART SIX THE MOST RECENT CENTURY 1914–2010
CHAPTER 23 Independence in the Global South, 1914-2014
WEEK AT A GLANCE:
MON: QUIZ 24; Review Quiz; Crash Course #41
TUE: Discuss the main themes of Ch 24: Comparing the perspectives of accelerating connections in the Global North and Global South according to these factors:
Economic Globalization, Environmentalism, Feminism, Fundamentalism
WED/THU: TEST - 23, 24: Independence Movements; Global Interactions
50 M/CH questions in 45 min.
30 min for the Comparative Essay. Mr. Duez will flip a coin between these two choices:
1. Post WWII, compare the independence movements of India and Africa.
2. During a time period of accelerating connections (1945-Present day), compare the ideological approaches of the Global North and Global South.  (Keep in mind their perspectives according to these factors: Economic Globalization, Environmentalism, Feminism, Fundamentalism)
FRI: DBQ Prep
Only 2 Crash Course World History episodes remain. Globalization I & II.
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Monday, April 13, 2015
Quote: "In 5-billion years the Sun will expand & engulf our orbit as the charred ember that was once Earth vaporizes. Have a nice day." - @NeilTyson

PART SIX THE MOST RECENT CENTURY 1914–2010
CHAPTER 24 Accelerating Global Interaction, Since 1945
• To consider the steps since 1945 that have increasingly made human populations into a single “world” rather than citizens
• To explore the factors that make it possible to speak now of a true “world economy”
• To explore the debate about economic globalization
• To raise student awareness of global liberation movements, especially feminism, and their implications for human life
• To investigate the “fundamentalist” religious response to aspects of modernity
• To consider environmentalism as a matter that cannot help but be global because the stakes are so high for all humankind 
• To step back and ponder the value of studying history

1. To what extent did the processes discussed in this chapter (economic globalization, feminism, fundamentalism, environmentalism) represent something new in the twentieth century? In what respects did they have roots in the more distant past?
2. In what ways did the global North/South divide find expression in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries?
3. What have been the benefits and drawbacks of globalization since 1945?
4. Do the years since 1914 confirm or undermine Enlightenment predictions about the future of humankind?
5. “The twentieth century marks the end of the era of Western dominance in world history.” What evidence might support this statement? What evidence might contradict it?
6. To what extent do you think the various liberation movements of the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries—communism, nationalism, democracy, feminism, internationalism—have achieved their goals?
7. Based on material in Chapters 21, 22, and 24, how might you define the evolving roles of the United States in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries?

MARGIN REVIEW QUESTIONS:
1. What factors contributed to economic globalization during the twentieth century?
2. In what ways has economic globalization linked the world’s peoples more closely together?
3. What new or sharper divisions has economic globalization generated?
4. What distinguished feminism in the industrialized countries from that of the Global South?
5. In what respect did the various religious fundamentalists of the twentieth century express hostility to global
6. From what sources did Islamic renewal movements derive?
7. In what different ways did Islamic renewal express itself?
8. How can we explain the dramatic increase in the human impact on the environment in the twentieth century?
9. What differences emerged between environmentalism in the Global North and that in the Global South?

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Prep for Reading Check Quiz CH 24 - the LAST ONE!
After quiz begin to formulate your answer for this question: Comparing the perspectives of accelerating connections in the Global North and Global South according to these factors: 
Economic Globalization, Environmentalism, Feminism, Fundamentalism
2. QUIZ: Reading Check CH 24 - The End of Strayer.
3. Review Quiz #24
If time allows: Crash Course World History #41 Globalization
Discuss in relation to the chapter and "The Future History of the Planet"
Thomas Hoepker's controversial photograph of the afternoon of Sept. 9, 2011.
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Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Quote: "Apollo in 1969. Shuttle in 1981. Nothing in 2011. Our space program would look awesome to anyone living backwards thru time." - Neil deGrasse Tyson @NeilTyson

PART SIX THE MOST RECENT CENTURY 1914–2010
CHAPTER 24 Accelerating Global Interaction, Since 1945
• To consider the steps since 1945 that have increasingly made human populations into a single “world” rather than citizens
• To explore the factors that make it possible to speak now of a true “world economy”
• To explore the debate about economic globalization
• To raise student awareness of global liberation movements, especially feminism, and their implications for human life
• To investigate the “fundamentalist” religious response to aspects of modernity
• To consider environmentalism as a matter that cannot help but be global because the stakes are so high for all humankind 
• To step back and ponder the value of studying history

1. To what extent did the processes discussed in this chapter (economic globalization, feminism, fundamentalism, environmentalism) represent something new in the twentieth century? In what respects did they have roots in the more distant past?
2. In what ways did the global North/South divide find expression in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries?
3. What have been the benefits and drawbacks of globalization since 1945?
4. Do the years since 1914 confirm or undermine Enlightenment predictions about the future of humankind?
5. “The twentieth century marks the end of the era of Western dominance in world history.” What evidence might support this statement? What evidence might contradict it?
6. To what extent do you think the various liberation movements of the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries—communism, nationalism, democracy, feminism, internationalism—have achieved their goals?
7. Based on material in Chapters 21, 22, and 24, how might you define the evolving roles of the United States in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries?

MARGIN REVIEW QUESTIONS:
1. What factors contributed to economic globalization during the twentieth century?
2. In what ways has economic globalization linked the world’s peoples more closely together?
3. What new or sharper divisions has economic globalization generated?
4. What distinguished feminism in the industrialized countries from that of the Global South?
5. In what respect did the various religious fundamentalists of the twentieth century express hostility to global
6. From what sources did Islamic renewal movements derive?
7. In what different ways did Islamic renewal express itself?
8. How can we explain the dramatic increase in the human impact on the environment in the twentieth century?
9. What differences emerged between environmentalism in the Global North and that in the Global South?

Agenda:
1. DO NOWTo what extent did the processes discussed in this chapter: 
economic globalization, feminism, fundamentalism, environmentalism
represent something new in the twentieth century? 
In what respects did they have roots in the more distant past?
2. Notes, Video, Discussion:  Chapter 24 Presentation with video examples.2.
Review Questions: In class group discussion to answer review questions over Chapter 24: Review Questions - Globalism, Feminism, Fundamentalism, & Environmentalism.
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Wednesday, April 15, 2015 & Thursday, April 16, 2015 
I can't believe I read the whole thing!
Quote"A 'No' uttered from the deepest conviction is better than a 'Yes' merely uttered to please, or worse, to avoid trouble." - Mahatma Gandhi

PART SIX THE MOST RECENT CENTURY 1914–2014
CHAPTER 23 Independence in the Global South, 1914-2014
CHAPTER 24 Accelerating Global Interaction, Since 1945

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Prep for Final Strayer Test of the Year! Chapters 22, 23, & 24
2. TEST - 23, 24: Independence Movements; Global Interactions
50 M/CH questions in 45 min.
30 min for the Comparative Essay. Mr. Duez will flip a coin between these two choices:
1. Post WWII, compare the independence movements of India and Africa.
2. During a time period of accelerating connections (1945-Present day), compare the ideological approaches of the Global North and Global South.  (Keep in mind their perspectives according to these factors: Economic Globalization, Environmentalism, Feminism, Fundamentalism)
Earthrise.
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Wednesday, April 17, 2015 
Quote: "History is nothing but a problem of mechanics applied to psychology." - Hippolyte Taine
French critic and historian. He was the chief theoretical influence of French naturalism, a major proponent of sociological positivism and one of the first practitioners of historicist criticism.

1. DO NOW: Pick up DBQ Information from the front.
2. 2005 DBQ: We will work in groups this period to analyze the 2005 DBQ Question, grade student samples, and discuss how this essay can be created.

Agenda: Week of April 6-10, 2015

Advanced Placement World History with Mr. Duez
Unit 6 - The Most Recent Century
QUICK AGENDA:
MON: Quiz CH 23, Review CH 23 QUIZ; if time Crash Course
TUE: Get CCOT Essays Back; Discuss the struggle for independence in light of what the focus of the new independent states valued.
WED/THU: Indian Independence; South African Apartheid; Document Study
FRI: Pick up Questions to consider for Chapter 24. The Global Economy, Feminism
Global Modernity & Religious Fundamentalism, Environmentalism

QUIZ CH 24 on Monday, April 13th
TEST CH 23 & 24 on Wed/Thu April 15 & 16
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Chapter 23 - Independence in the Global South - TARGETS
LEARNING TARGETS:
* To explore the breakup of imperial systems in the twentieth century
* To consider, through the examples of India and South Africa, how the process of decolonization worked
* To examine the challenges that faced developing nations in the second half of the twentieth century
* To investigate the potential clash of tradition with modernity in the developing nations, especially considering the case of Islam in Turkey and Iran

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:
1.   In what ways did the colonial experience and the struggle for independence shape the agenda of developing countries in the second half of the twentieth century?
2.   To what extent did the experience of the former colonies and developing countries in the twentieth century parallel that of the earlier “new nations” in the Americas in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries?
3.   How would you compare the historical experience of India and China in the twentieth century?
4.   From the viewpoint of the early twenty-first century, to what extent had the goals of nationalist or independence movements been achieved?
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Monday, April 7, 2014
Quote: “I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.” - Carl Jung

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Prep for quiz Chapter 23: Reading Check
2. QUIZ: Reading Check CH. 23
After the quiz: What obstacles confronted the leaders of movements for independence?
3. Review Quiz
4. (if time) Video & DiscussionCrash Course WH: Decolonization & Nationalism
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Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Quote: "What a distressing contrast there is between the radiant intelligence of the child and the feeble mentality of the average adult." - Sigmund Freud

Agenda:
1. DO NOW QUESTION"In what ways did the colonial experience and the struggle for independence shape the agenda of developing countries in the second half of the twentieth century?"
2. Pass back CCOT: Discuss common errors and mistakes. (10 min)
3. Notes, Video, & Discussion:
Discuss
Who was Gandhi? (Indian Independence Notes)
Why was Africa’s experience with political democracy so different from that of India?
Who is Nelson Mandela? (African Independence Notes)
DiscussWhat accounts for the ups and downs of political democracy in post-colonial Africa?

Assignments: 
Quiz CH 24 next Monday
TEST 23-24 Plus Comparative Timed Writing next Wed/Thu
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Wednesday, April 9, 2014 -and- Thursday, April 10, 2014
Quote"An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind." - Mahatma Gandhi

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Pick up handout - Document Study & Visual Sources CH 23. Read silently for 15 minutes.
2. Notes, Video, Discussion: Why was Africa’s experience with political democracy so different from that of India?
What accounts for the ups and downs of political democracy in post-colonial Africa?

Document Study in groups: Answer questions, jigsaw the documents. Present findings.
"In what ways did the colonial experience and the struggle for independence shape the agenda of developing countries in the second half of the twentieth century?"
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Chapter 24 - Accelerating Global Interactions Since 1945 - TARGETS
LEARNING TARGETS:
• To consider the steps since 1945 that have increasingly made human populations into a single “world” rather than citizens of distinct nation-states
• To explore the factors that make it possible to speak now of a true “world economy”
• To explore the debate about economic globalization
• To raise student awareness of global liberation movements, especially feminism, and their implications for human life
• To investigate the “fundamentalist” religious response to aspects of modernity
• To consider environmentalism as a matter that cannot help but be global because the stakes are so high for all humankind
• To step back and ponder the value of studying history

QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER:
1. What factors contributed to economic globalization during the twentieth century?
2. In what ways has economic globalization linked the world’s peoples more closely together?
3. What new or sharper divisions has economic globalization generated?
4. What distinguished feminism in the industrialized countries from that of the Global South?
5. In what respect did the various religious fundamentalists of the twentieth century express hostility to global modernity?
6. From what sources did Islamic renewal movements derive?
7. In what different ways did Islamic renewal express itself?
8. How can we explain the dramatic increase in the human impact on the environment in the twentieth century?
9. What differences emerged between environmentalism in the Global North and that in the Global South?
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Friday, April 9, 2014
Quote: "I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear." - Nelson Mandela

1. DO NOW: Pick up Questions to consider for Chapter 24.
2. Notes, Video, Discussion: Chapter 24 Main Themes:
The Global Economy
Feminism
Global Modernity & Religious Fundamentalism
Environmentalism

Quiz on Chapter 24 - Monday. LAST STRAYER QUIZ!!!!
Test next Wed/Thu.

Agenda: Week of March 30th - April 3, 2015

Advanced Placement World History with Mr. Duez
Unit 6: The Most Recent Century, 1900 - 2010
Chapter 22: The Rise and Fall of World Communism, 1917 - Present
WEEK AT A GLANCE:
MON: Chinese & Russian Communism compared; Rise & Fall of World Communism;
TUE: The Cold War - The U.S. vs. The Soviet Union; "Third World" War in the Global South
WED: Tank Man Documentary
THU: TEST CHAPTER 21 & 22
NO SCHOOL FRIDAY - Good Friday

Quiz Chapter 23, next Monday
Great T-Shirt idea from 2012.
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Targets - Chapter 22 - "World Communism: Rise and Fall"
•  To examine the nature of the Russian and Chinese revolutions and how the differences between those revolutions affected the introduction of communist regimes in those countries
 •  To consider how communist states developed, especially in the USSR and the People’s Republic of China
 •  To consider the benefits of a communist state
 •  To consider the harm caused by the two great communist states of the twentieth century
 •  To introduce students to the cold war and its major issues
 •  To explore the reasons why communism collapsed in the USSR and China
 •  To consider how we might assess the communist experience . . . and to inquire if historians should be asking such questions about moral judgment
Stalin's secret recipe was "KILLER".

Essential Questions to Consider:
BIG PICTURE QUESTIONS
      1.   What was the appeal of communism, in terms of both its promise and its achievements? To what extent did it fulfill that promise?
      2.   Why did the communist experiment, which was committed to equality and a humane socialism, generate such oppressive, brutal, and totalitarian regimes?
      3.   What is distinctive about twentieth-century communist industrialization and modernization compared to the same processes in the West a century earlier?
      4.   What was the global significance of the cold war?
      5.   “The end of communism was as revolutionary as its beginning.” Do you agree with this statement?
      6.   In what different ways did the Soviet Union and China experience communism during the twentieth century?

MARGIN REVIEW QUESTIONS
      1.   When and where did communism exercise influence during the twentieth century?
      2.   Identify the major differences between the Russian and Chinese revolutions.
      3.   Why were the Bolsheviks able to ride the Russian Revolution to power?
      4.   What was the appeal of communism in China before 1949?
      5.   What changes did communist regimes bring to the lives of women?
      6.   How did the collectivization of agriculture differ between the USSR and China?
      7.   What were the achievements of communist efforts at industrialization? What problems did these achievements generate?
      8.   Why did communist regimes generate terror and violence on such a massive scale?
      9.   In what different ways was the cold war expressed?
      10.   In what ways did the United States play a global role after World War II?
      11.   Describe the strengths and weaknesses of the communist world by the 1970s.
      12.   What explains the rapid end of the communist era?
      13.   How did the end of communism in the Soviet Union differ from communism’s demise in China?
It wasn't such a fun party, really.
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Monday, March 31, 2014
Quote: "The greatest discovery of my generation is that a human being can alter his life by altering his attitudes of mind."  -William James

Agenda:
1. DO NOWHow did the cold war affect countries emerging from colonial rule in the second half of the twentieth century?
2. Notes, Video, Discussion: World Communism, Rise and Fall.
Russian & Chinese Communism
Differences/Similarities
Comparing to other revolutions - French
3. Documentary Study: The War of the World, Episode 5: Ice Box
4. Discuss the Cold War: USA, USSR, & China.
Focus on: In what ways did the United States play a global role after World War II?
Describe the strengths and weaknesses of the communist world by the 1970s.
Cuban Missile Crisis
Glasnost/Perestroika
Tank Man
Berlin Wall Comes Down - Russian Communism Ends
Is China still a true communist nation?
Chinese today remember the Mao days like it was their great historic past. There is more to the story.
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Tuesday, April 1, 2014 
Quote: “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” - Abraham Lincoln

Agenda:
1. DO NOWIs China still a true communist nation?
2. Notes, Video, Discussion: World Communism, Rise & Fall.
John Green Crash Course World History: Cold War
John Green Crash Course World History: Chinese Communism
Lego Tank Man
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Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Quote“Spectacular achievement is always preceded by unspectacular preparation.” - Robert H. Schuller

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: What was the end result of the Cold War? Who Won?
2. Documentary StudyThe War of the World, Episode 5: Ice Box
Vietnam War Protester
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Thursday, April 2nd, 2015
Quote: “Greetings Professor Falkon, Shall we play a game?" - Joshua, computer AI, Movie: War Games

Agenda:
1. DO NOW: Prep For Test
2. TEST CH 23 & 24

Quiz Chapter 23 on Monday