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WHENEVER YOU DO NOT HAVE HOMEWORK FORMALLY ASSIGNED, STUDY THE MOST RECENT TOPICS WE'VE COVERED IN CLASS!!!
U.S. History II CP: C Block
Instructor: Mr. Perrin   
This U.S. History 2 course continues on with American history from 1877 to modern day (2010).  Particular focus will be placed on civil rights, the United States as a world power and member of a global economy, and on the technological developments that are shaping American culture in the 21st century.  Students will be able to use the text and major primary sources to develop into better readers, writers, and communicators.
Announcements
The Oregon Trail
Old school history game. Play it online. See if you can make it to the west...alive!!!

http://www.globalgamenetwork.com/westward_trail.html
School Fusion
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WHENEVER YOU DO NOT HAVE HOMEWORK FORMALLY ASSIGNED, STUDY THE MOST RECENT TOPICS WE'VE COVERED IN CLASS!!!
Apache OpenOffice
If you don't have Microsoft Word or PowerPoint, don't worry! Apache OpenOffice is just like it. You can open Microsoft Word/PowerPoint documents with it and you can make your own. It's completely free. Here is the link:

https://www.openoffice.org/download/index.html
PowerPoint Viewer
Even if you don't have PowerPoint at home you can view it by downloading PowerPoint Viewer from the following address, it's free: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=048dc840-14e1-467d-8dca-19d2a8fd7485&displaylang=en
Discussion Topics
Quizzes
There are currently no quizzes.
Files
 1920s
Handouts and materials associated with the 1920s
 Extra Credit Cinema.doc
EXTRA CREDIT - MUST GET IT BEFORE QUARTER ENDS
 Student Participation Rubric.doc
Weekly Rubric for Class Participation Grade
15 point rubric x2 = possible total of 30 points per week.
 US History II CP Final Exam Review Sheet 2017.docx
HERE IS YOUR REVIEW GUIDE FOR FINAL EXAM
 US History II syllabus.doc
Information about the course
Homework
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Schedule

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