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US II HONORS
Instructor: Mr. Toale   
In the fall semester the main focus concerns concepts and historical interpretation dealing with individuals and American society from the destabilizing impact of war, through periods of economic depression, to an era of growing international awareness, commitments, and interests. The materials presented place emphasis on social, political and economic events from the war with Spain in 1898 through the World War II era. Interpretive essays will be assigned. In the spring semester a study of contemporary issues in America will be emphasized. The course will analyze the era of post World War II, the Great Society, the Vietnam/Watergate era and problems of changing times in American history. An oral presentation and a group video project based on student performed research will be required.
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