Info on our AP U. S. History text
Info on our AP Psychology  text
A.P. U. S. History     A. P.  Psychology
A. P. U. S. Gov & Pol
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any topic we are studying that wee
k from
the links included on these pages and then
summarize them in a paragraph.
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Social studies students should remain cognizant of current
events.  Below are links to some online news sources to assist in
your research:
Modesto Bee; MSN; CNN; Time; U. S. News and
World Report; New York Times; Washington Post, The Wall Street
Journal, Psychology Today and
Parents: if you would like to
review the California State
Educational Standards for 11th
grade Social Studies, click here.   
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questions from previous state
Click here to view a great Ellis
Island website where you might
trace some of your roots.
"Those who cannot remember the past
are condemned to repeat it."
George Santayana, 1905
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A. P. U. S. History:  Fri: Study for Ch. 7 DBQ on Mon; Mon: B: 214-224
& D: 160-165; Tue: B: 224-230 and begin Marshall Court chart; Wed:
B: 232-242 & D: 165-177; Fri: B: 242-248

A. P. Psychology: Mon: 157-165; Tue: Ch. 5 Vocabulary (due Fri);
Wed: 166-172; Fri: Study for vocab quiz on Mon and 172-177

A. P. Government and Politics: Thu: Current Events (Pink Teams)
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A. P. U. S.  History: This week our students will study how the
post-War of 1812 United States developed economically, politically,
and socially.  We also shall begin our study of the Age of Jackson.

A. P. Psychology:  This week we shall begin our study of altered
states of consciousness.

A. P. U. S. Government and Politics: This week we shall study the
nited States Constitution.  At week's end we shall have another
current events discussion.
This week our AP US Government and Politics
class will study, in depth, the United States
Constitution (father of the Constitution, James
Madison, left).  Our AP US History classes will
study Chapters 8 and 9, which includes among
other items the rulings of the Marshall Supreme
Court and the presidency of Andrew Jackson.  
Our AP Psychology classes will study Chapter
5, Altered States of Consciousness.
"The end of all education should
surely be service to others."
Cesar Chavez
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