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    Honesty in Teach US History Should students be led to believe the countries first leaders have no faults and force fed a love for the country? Recently, in Douglas County, Colorado students had a walk out over history classes, the school board should only promote "patriotism and ... the benefits of the free-enterprise system" and should not "encourage or condone civil disorder." (Brunden) For high school students to walk out of class because history is not being taught the way it actually happened

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    Why can’t they tell us the truth? History is what happened in the past and it depends on who tells it. We study history because they want us to know what happened during the beginning of time, but I think that we have been thought wrong since we were little until now. For instance growing up they always thought us that Christopher Columbus was a good person and that he had discovered the Americas, but our teacher never really told us that Christopher Columbus and his people used to used kids and

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    While learning about the 54th Massachusetts in my US History class, I felt much emotion and curiosity rising into me. I wondered “Why are they being treated so badly? They’re still a regiment like any other at the time”, and from having emotions such as anger, confusion, hatred, I remembered almost every detail of what we were taught. Whenever I am in a history class, I sometimes have the tendency to really get into what we are learning that day, causing me to learn more, but also have fun. I feel

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    In my junior year AP US History class I was introduced to a classroom that emphasized open discussion instead of just a lecture style of learning. The intimate classroom setting helped expand my knowledge of American History as it encouraged critical thinking as well as connection building. The teacher-student interaction enabled me to become completely engaged in learning as I was able to develop new viewpoints and question my earlier ideas of American culture. In addition, the emphasis on peer

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    1. What inventions do you think have been most important in U.S. history and why? a. In my opinion, the automobile and the utilization of electricity have been two of the most important inventions in United States history. The invention of the car expanded our horizons in the fact that citizens were able to travel, but also because people could live in places other than the city. Also, the utilization of electricity has become a part of life that we would not know how to live without. Electricity

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    Having taken a year off from a history class of any kind, I thought it was time to return to taking history as a junior. What followed was a fruitful year in AP U.S. History (APUSH), having never received below an A for each grading period. Thriving in APUSH left me with a desire to further my interest in U.S. history and government, and I quickly joined Lake Central’s History Club. Focused on volunteer work and preserving U.S. history, History Club is given the honor of designing and organizing

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    Dayana Rodriguez February 18, 2013 U.S. History 1301 V05 Instructor Gilberto Reyes Jr Did U.S. History Begin in 1607? True or False My answer would have to be true and false. I know that probably sound funny but after doing research I have found different dates in which U.S History might have started. I think that it just all depends on the person and their judgment. The topic is “U.S History began in 1607”. The year 1607, which marks the settlement of Jamestown, the first permanent English

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    The College Board Advanced Placement Examination 1987 UNITED STATES HISTORY Section II - Part A (Suggested writing time - 45 minutes) Percent of Section II score - 45 Directions: The following question requires you to construct a coherent essay that integrates your interpretation of Documents A-1 and your knowledge of the period referred to in the question. In your essay, you should strive to support your assertions both by citing key pieces of evidence from the documents and by drawing on

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    Before the Constitution, there was the Articles of Confederation. The Articles of Confederation was a new national government that reserved freedom, sovereignty, and independence for the states. The Articles of confederation provided an effective form of government for western lands, on the contrary, foreign relations were not were not as well benefited from it.      The Confederation’s major contributions were Ordinance of 1785 and the Northwest Ordinance of 1787

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    Us History Speech

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    U.S. History Speech I will be talking about hope for the future. By doing that I want to incorporate some of our amazing presidents and how they impacted our lives, country, and world. They have made so many changes and that gave us hope for a phenomenal future. A future that will give us better times in our lives, to start fresh. The 32nd United States President, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. President Franklin Roosevelt was always willing to fight. For instance, during the Great Depression Roosevelt

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