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    from the colonial times through the American Civil War Analyze the impact of reform movements from the pre Colonial to Reconstruction era in America on society economics politics or religion Defend an interpretation of a uniquely American philosophy or ideal with the use of appropriate primary and secondary sources Analyze the impact of the Civil War including the political economic or social issues related to Reconstruction PreRequisites None Textbook s

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    leisure played in reinforcing class segregation and access to opportunity Analyze contradictory theories and perspectives concerning American Imperialism including expansionism foreign policy and trade Explain how the shift from isolation to intervention during the World Wars made the United States a superpower Evaluate the role of the United States during the Cold War era from Korea to the fall of the Berlin Wall Analyze the social political and economic impact

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    Reading historical accounts systematically and effectively for central themes arguments and evidence Recognizing and identifying significant geographic locations of history across the world Writing historical essays that posit contestable arguments Identifying change over time Connecting specific historical evidence to broad historical themes PreRequisites None Textbook s Civilizations past present volume 1 to 1650 Rev 12 Publisher Pearson 2008 Author Edgar R R Hackett N J Jewsbury G F Molony B

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    Analyze the goals and theory of historical study Develop a critical analysis from the point of view of a historian regarding the modern world with appropriate supporting evidence Identify central themes arguments and evidence of historical accounts Identify significant geographic locations of history across the world Evaluate contested historical arguments of the modern world Examine historical change over time across the world Examine the relationship between specific historical evidence and

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    on conditions of the modern world Analyze the goals and theory of historical study Discuss the legacy of the world s major conflicts and their impacts on the modern world Discuss the impacts of the post colonial Third World on the modern world Research historical accounts for central themes and arguments Discuss the importance of significant geographic locations of history across the world Examine the relationship between specific historical evidence

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    in the text Comprehension of ideas articulated within the framework of the vocabulary and grammar points presented Reading comprehension of simple Spanish prose containing familiar vocabulary and grammar as well as unfamiliar passages with cognates Writing simple sentences with sufficient clarity and fluency to be understood by a native speaker Basic knowledge of important customs and lifestyles of the Spanish speaking world such as music dances climate geography family life

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    information Describe the various information sources available for research Apply the steps of the writing process and appropriate research and citation methods to write essays literary analyses and rese arch papers Critique writing samples in terms of style substance and appropriate research and citation methods Differentiate between the writing styles required by the different disciplines Differentiate between the MLA APA and Chicago style guides PreRequisites None Textbook s The curious

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