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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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 Psychology.net
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grade Social Studies, click here.   
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questions from previous state
tests.
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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: 453-461, PHIA for Unit 6 (p. 11 of Syllabus)
(due Tue), and Ch. 16-17 Timeline (due Thu, 19 Jan); Tue: B:
462-477 and D: 254-264;
Wed: Study for Ch. 15-16 Test on Thu; Thu:
B: 477-486 and D: 264-271; Fri: B: 488-501.

A. P. Psychology: Fri: 381-387; Tue: Chapter Projects are due; Wed:
387-395; Thu: Study for Ch. 9 vocabulary quiz on Fri; Fri: 396-403

A. P. Government and Politics: Fri: 258-271; Tue: 271-289 and Ch. 9
Vocabulary (due Thu); Thu: Current Event (Pink teams); Fri: Study
for Ch. 7-9 test on Monday.
ASSIGNMENTS:
THIS WEEK'S LESSON:
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A. P. U. S.  History: On Tuesday through Thursday we shall complete
our study of Ch. 16 and on Friday our students will take their test
over Chapters 15-16.

A. P. Psychology:  On Tuesday through Friday we shall discuss child
and adolescent developmental psychology.

A. P. U. S. Government and Politics: On Tuesday through Thursday
we shall study American political parties (Ch. 9).  On Friday we shall
resume our discussion of current events.
This will be a short academic week because on
Monday we celebrate the birth of civil rights
leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr (left) with a
national holiday.  On Tuesday through Friday
our AP Psychology classes will continue their
study of human development focusing on
small children and adolescents.  Our AP US
Government and Politics class will study
political parties and our AP US History classes
will finish Ch. 16 and take a test over Chapters
15-16.
"The end of all education should
surely be service to others."
Cesar Chavez
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