Monthly Archives: February 2016

I’m Gonna Do That

I have an odd feeling there are a lot of thirty- to forty-something middle and high school teachers doubling as rock fans that struggle to reconcile the songs and stories of our guitar-wielding heroes with the advice we give our … Continue reading

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We Filter and Warp the Thought of Others

With the APWH exam around the corner, my class is currently studying¬†Period 6 (1900 to Present). Over the next few weeks we dig into the scientific developments of the 20th Century – Einstein, atomic bombs, immunizations, birth control, etc… Obviously, … Continue reading

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Oddly Aligned

The Sunday Review regularly produces a reliable number of history-related articles. Without trivializing the current importance of the stories, there are some great AP US History and AP World History connections in Isabel Wilkerson¬†and Neil MacFarquar‘s stories this week (note: … Continue reading

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