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May 30, 2014

May 26- May 30 Lesson Plan Roundup

 

New from passports this week:

Great War (1914-1918) - Treaty of Versailles 1919
Through an analysis of primary and secondary sources, students in this lesson will identify, understand and be able to explain the basic provisions of the Treaty of Versailles 1919, how different articles reflected the positions of the “Big Three” at the peace conference (Wilson, Lloyd George and Clemenceau), and how the Allies ultimately forced the Germans into signing such a harsh treaty.

Summer Project: Like many of our classroom teachers, the passports Curriculum Department has taken on a summer project. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be going over each of our current lesson plans, revising them when necessary.

 

This week’s revised lesson plans:
Enlightenment in Austria - Reforms under Joseph II
Great War (1914-1918) - Austrian Ultimatum of 1914
Interwar Europe - Austro-German Anschluss of 1938
Modern Costa Rica - Jose Figueres Ferrer: Don Pepe
Communist Czechoslovakia (1948-1989) - Prague Spring of 1989
Interwar Europe (1919-1939) - Munich Accords of 1938
Enlightenment in Britain - John Locke
Ancient Britain - Stonehenge
Anglo Saxon Britain (410-1066) - An Overview
Anglo Saxon Britain (410-1066) - Bede’s Ecclesiastical History
Anglo Saxon Britain (410-1066) - Beowulf: An Analysis
British Imperialism - Rudyard Kipling: The White Man’s Burden
English Civil War and Glorious Revolution
Enlightenment in Britain - Thomas Malthus: Essay on the Principle of Population
Great Fire of London 1666
Great War (1914-1918) - England: Remembrance Day 1918
Great War (1914-1918) - Lights Going Out in 1914: England’s Response
Great War (1914-1918) - Wilfred Owen: Dulce Et Decorum Est
Medieval England (410-1485) - Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales
Medieval England (410-1485) - Henry II and Thomas Becket






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