Student Instruction
Below is a time line for the curriculum, essential questions, and things to think about before starting out your project.
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Big Question: What is the role of this conflict in relationship to the larger event. The outcome of that conflict and how the conflict has effected history after the event as well as society today.


CHOOSE ONE CONFLICT AS YOUR VIEWPOINTS

Theme: History as a conflict. Constant battle of: 1. Races 2. Ideologies 3. Social Groups (Classes, Gender etc)


1. Primary documents (diaries, film, photos, etc) MOST IMPORTANT!
2. Secondary documents (Newspapers, textbooks etc)

1) Reconstruction - Industrialism v. Ruralism
North v. South
Racism

2. WW1 - Isolationism v. World PowerI_love_history.jpg
1920's - Rich v. Poor
Racism
Prohibition
Depression -Racism
Economic Classes
Role of govnt
Suffrage - Sexism

3. WW2 - Racism in army battalions
Fascism v. Democracy v. Communism

4. Cold War (Bay of Pigs, Cuban Missile Crisis) - Democracy v. Communism
Civil Rights - Racism
Hippie movement - Social Classes (Music and art too)

5. Korea and Vietnam - Democracy v. Communism
Containment v. Isolationism
Racism (In media)

6. Iraq 1&2, Kosovo, Serbia, 9/11 - Racism
Democracy v. Terrorism
Christianity v. Islam
Ethnicity v. Nationalism v. Regionalism