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Tuesday, February 28

  1. page The Zapruder Film edited ... The Cronkite/JFK interview, 9/63 See footage from the last days of President Kennedy The be…
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    The Cronkite/JFK interview, 9/63
    See footage from the last days of President Kennedy
    The best forensics documentary done on the assassination
    Warning: This is the original footage taken November 22, 1963, the day that President Kennedy was assassinated.
    Lee Harvey Oswald being shot on TV
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    {Kennedy Death Certificate 001.jpg}
    {John Kennedy Jr. salutes.jpg}
    {check ins 001.jpg} {https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/2082HkHRca2g8nANLH3cGHifCWHixb0EOPzl3aytVqu1iv3T7eQw_vRlu3SvPsicXnFBNkTgsUl6aOnQVKpuyKOnxsuHUD-V2RqgczTQhilocnZEXZI6LQjm-ZjEpzcKRM7xhlOJ}
    Cartoonist Bill Mauldin's famous cartoon done after the murder of President Kennedy.

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Wednesday, January 18

  1. page 1950's Pop Culture edited 1950's TV commercials Dennis the Menace Menac Oh Yeah! Kool Aid circa 1950's The Lone Ranger …
    1950's TV commercials
    Dennis the MenaceMenac Oh Yeah! Kool Aid circa 1950's
    The Lone Ranger
    Some top songs of the 50's
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  2. page Midterm edited Yes. You are in the correct area. When all of the exams are graded, they will be posted here by cl…
    Yes. You are in the correct area. When all of the exams are graded, they will be posted here by class using the alias that you chose.
    Mr. J
    Ok. For all 3 classes here are the units we have covered that will be on your midterms!
    1. American goes from looking in to looking out "The Rise of Imperialism"
    2. Progressives and women's suffrage
    3. WW1
    4. The Flu Epidemic and The Roaring 20's
    Level 3:
    Prepare your "help guides" on the block day that can be used during the exam.
    Know these terms-
    (Unit 1)Teller Amendment, Annexation, Imperialism, Platt Amendment, Isolationism, (Unit 2) Panama Canal, The Jungle, Muckrakers, Food and Drug Act, Suffrage, Monopoly, (Unit 3) "Poor Little Belgium", Central Powers, Allied Powers, Doughboys, U-boats, A.E.F, Armistice, Versailles Treaty,(Unit 4) Bootlegging, Speakeasies, 18th Amendment, 19th Amendment, 21st Amendment, Flappers, Teapot Dome, Harlem Renaissance, Temperance, "Jazz Age", The Spirit of St. Louis, Scofflaw, The Invisible Empire, Racketeering.
    There will be approximately 85 scantron questions that will include T or F, Multiple Choice, Identifies, Political Cartoons, and Reading Comprehension etc.
    There will be the "Vanity" plate section and some Short Answers Questions. The Short Answer Questions will be about 1. Progressives and America 2. World War 1 3. Changes in America during the 1920's
    Honors:
    Your exam will be approximately 165 scantron questions that will include T or F, Multiple choice, a timeline, Identifies matching section, famous people matching section, and a small presidents section.
    Make sure you look over pictures and cartoons. There will be an analysis of cartoons with short answer questions and an essay (about the brutality of WW1 and its effects or the significance of the Roaring 20's)
    Level 2:
    Your exam will be approximately 130 scantron questions which will be T or F, Multiple Choice, Identifies matching section, Identify the person section, "Vanity plate", reading comprehension and one essay. Your essay will be "In what ways did the 1920's Transform America?
    Midterm grades:
    Period 2
    Alias:
    "He"90
    Don Juan88
    Condescending Potato92
    A-Possum77
    Danny Davis90
    Young Thug93
    Dante87
    Gawdy74
    Flamin Cheetos66
    Vighetti69
    Madeline88
    Logan Phillips83
    Austin Pamaj83
    "Alias McFakename"84
    Paul Johnson64
    Sam Polin85
    Sophia Applesauce87
    Gypsy58
    Gary Seeburger91
    Period 4
    John Davis95
    Mr. Gesing72
    The Real Scarface89
    Charlie number 3 86
    Mike Wazowski60
    Al Capone84
    $can Newton84
    Katy Perry70
    Senpai80
    Temple!!!75
    Harmony Horn91
    My bathtub is too small you know82
    Judith Winship93
    Kuroo78
    Not an Alien in disguise85
    Equinox86
    Reese O'Connor71
    2 right 1 up92
    Scrungus86
    Chuck Gesing82
    Bamboo72
    Red Balloon75
    Period 5
    Leon Samson 81
    Victoria Pepperman90
    Jack Pepperman90
    Lukewarm Cheese93
    Elle Woods88
    Scout Finch85
    Steve Harvey88
    Charles Rickenbacker94
    Noah J. headley83
    Taylor Swift87
    John Traile85
    Lemon76
    Yeezy89
    Morgan Freeman80
    James Bond81
    Al Capone79
    Pepe Sylvia91
    James Madison83
    Guy who loves music87
    Nathan J. Lasorsa86
    Tangerine87
    Derek Johnsonn88
    Darrun Hilliars73
    Period 7
    Chanel Oberlin93
    Baneling Bust87
    7th Period75
    Al Capone93
    Josh Greenbaum's capris94
    Boo Radley93
    Barry Allen86
    Burt Macklin89
    Waldo91
    Suiatoslav Mykhailiuk84
    Moneybags 32 96
    Christian Frentzen 78
    Johnny Law 79
    28th Amendment 86
    Greenman83
    River Song86
    Ronald Weasley82
    Barack Obama90
    Puppy eater 666 85
    Eric Foreman85
    James Reynolds90
    "El Chapo"91
    The Flash92
    Ruby Bunny66
    Midterms:
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Tuesday, January 17

  1. page Space Race edited The US and other countries learned from the Nazi V 2 rocket program ght="315" src="…
    The US and other countries learned from the Nazi V 2 rocket program
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    Short bio on famous German rocket scientist who helped pioneer our space program Werner Von Braun
    Sputnik: The first man made satellite sent into space by the USSR in 1957. This jumpstarted NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) which was founded in 1958.
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    The US and other countries learned from the Nazi V 2 rocket program
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    Short bio on famous German rocket scientist who helped pioneer our space program Werner Von Braun
    Sputnik: The first man made satellite sent into space by the USSR in 1957. This jumpstarted NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) which was founded in 1958.
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    Short bio on famous German rocket scientist who helped pioneer our space program Werner Von Braun
    Sputnik: The first man made satellite sent into space by the USSR in 1957. This jumpstarted NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) which was founded in 1958.
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Monday, December 19

  1. page Proper MLA Citations edited ... Note: You must cite direct quotes and any information that you include that is considered not …
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    Note: You must cite direct quotes and any information that you include that is considered not common knowledge. For example.
    "George Washington learned to become a great leader during the French and Indian War"....must be cited since it is a direct quote. When using a direct quote that is 4 lines or longer...follow the MLA rules for a "long quote". There are different rules on how you cite this with intext citation.
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    better to parphraseparaphrase the information
    George Washington was the first president.....is common knowledge and does not need to be cited but...
    George Washington was a member of the fraternal organization known as the Masons......is not common knowledge and should be cited.
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