U.S. History: Imperialism Story Assignment

Imperialism Story

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U.S. History: Imperialism PowerPoint Notes

Imperialism Notes Blog Version

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Sport Psychology: Leadership Week 4-Composure

Leadership Week 4 Composure (PowerPoint)

Leadership Week 4 Study Guide (Handout)

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U.S. History: 4th Quarter Extra Credit Videos

The Great Depression Videos

4TH QUARTER EXTRA CREDIT VIDEOS

Extra Credit Movie Assignment

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Sport Psychology: Week 3 Leadership-Confidence

Leadership Week 3 Confidence (PowerPoint)

Leadership Week 3 Study Guide (Handout)

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Driver Education: Modern Vehicle Technology PowerPoint

Modern Vehicle Technologies Blog Version

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Sport Psych: Leadership-Commitment

Leadership Week 2 Commitment (PowerPoint)

Week 2 Leadership (Handout)

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U.S. History: “Imperialism” Study Guide

IMPERIALISM STUDY GUIDE (PDF)

IMPERIALISM STUDY GUIDE (Word)

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U.S. History: America: The Story of Us: Bust

Here is a link to watch this episode:

After watching, write a paragraph about what you learned.

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U.S. History: Make-up Assignment

If you were not present for the map assignment, to make it up you can do a write-up of one of the battles of World War II.  It doesn’t matter if it is from the European or Pacific front or if it is well-known.  Some information that you will need to include is:

  • Who was involved in the battle? (What countries, what branches of the military, etc.)
  • When did it happen?
  • What happened? (Who had the advantage? Who won?) (Write a narrative, tell a story)
  • What were the casualties?
  • If you can, include some pictures.

You can either print it off and hand it to me, or you can send it to this email: natosha.lyon@aggiemail.usu.edu

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