This will be a short week as on Friday we
begin the long awaited spring break.  Our
AP Psychology and AP US Government
and Politics classes will begin reviewing
for their respective national tests.  Our AP
US history classes will study Chapters 29
and 30--the post World War II years and
the 1950s (President Dwight Eisenhower,
left.)  All students are highly encouraged
to engage in an in depth course of study
during Spring Break for their respective
national tests.
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
For bonus points, students may research
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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Columbia College: Political
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Related Links:
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 Psychology.net
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
Click here to use Holt's online atlas
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A. P. U. S. History:  Thu: skim read Brinkley's Chapter 29; Tue: skim
read Brinkley's Chapter 30. Over Spring Break, skim read Chapters
31-32 and study for the National Test.


A. P. Psychology: Study for the National Test or the course final
examination.


A. P. Government and Politics: Study for the National Test/Course
final examination.
ASSIGNMENTS:
THIS WEEK'S LESSON:
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A. P. U. S.  History:  On Monday and Tuesday we shall study Chapter
29, the immediate post-World War II years.  On Wednesday and
Thursday we shall study Chapter 30, the 1950s.


A. P. Psychology: All week we shall review for the national test.

A. P. U. S. Government and Politics: All week we shall review for the
national test.
"The end of all education should
surely be service to others."
Cesar Chavez
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