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Assignment Number Title/Description of Assignment

1 Course Description

2 Additional Guidelines for Success

3 Lesson Plan (L.P.) Sept. 7-10

4 "Why U.S. History?" paragraph

5 Assignment Category… (grading rubric for paragraph)

6 "My Generation" paragraph

7 Paragraphs (conformity and deviance)

8 L.P. Sept. 13-17

9 Viewing Guide (V.G.) - "My Generation"

10 Handout: "How the Historian classifies information"

11 Handout: "How the Historian inquires into the past."

12 Classification schemes (response to #10)

13 Historical Investigation Questions (response to #11)

14 Handout: "How the Historian uses hypotheses"

15 The Riddle of the Kensington Stone (response to #14)

16 The Law of the Jungle (three-part response)

17 Friendship Interviews

18 Handout: "The Stone Is a Fraud"

19 Paragraph: Is The Kensington Stone Authentic?

20 L.P. Sept. 20-24

21 Handout: Hammurabi's Code

22 Handout: Some Comments on History

23 Handout: "What Is History?"

  1. "What Is History?" (three-part response to #23)
    1. Paragraphs: Response to Course Description and Expectations
    2. (and parent/guardian-signed letter)

    3. History of Guthrie’s Life
    4. History Day Topic Search #1
    5. History Day Topic Search #2
    6. Constitution Packet
    7. L.P. Sept. 27 – Oct. 1
    8. History Day Packet
    9. History Day Topic Search #3
    10. SW Library Research Assignment
    11. L.P. Oct. 4 – Oct.7
    12. Handout: What the Constitution Isn’t
    13. Response: American Voices pp.109-110
    14. List of Questions for 18th-Century Visitor
    15. Outlining Practice: Textbook Chapter Outline
    16. History Day Handbook: pp.32-33 (MLA bibliographic practice)

40. Signed Progress Report