5/24 American Studies

In-class~ Discussed Nixon's presidency and Watergate

HW~ 60s Found Speech & pg. 1090 Qs 13-22

5/24 Classics

In-class~ The Mists of Avalon, final day for topic approval

HW~ None

"Found Speech" Speech List

JFK's Inaugural Address
JFK's Ich Bin Ein Berliner
MLK's I Have a Dream
MLK's Time To Break the Silence
RFK's Announcemnt of Martin Luther King's Death
RFK's On the Mindless Menace of Violence
Nixon's Silent Majority

5/23 American Studies

In-class~ 70s Century Video with notes

HW~ Submit 1968 Take-Home Essay by 11:59pm to turnitin.com

Upcoming~ Pg. 1090 Qs 13-22 DUE WEDNESDAY

5/23 Classics

In-class~ The Mists of Avalon

HW~ Final Project Topic

American Studies EMP Extra Credit

Using specific details answer the following questions. Attach your ticket to the typed responses.
1. Describe, using specific music from 3 different decades, the music scene that emerged from Seattle and is present at the EMP.

2. How has that Seattle music scene impacted American popular music?

3. Which was your favorite exhibit at the EMP? Why?

5/20 American Studies

In-class~ 60s Museum

HW~ 60s Take Home Essay DUE MONDAY @ 11:59 to turnitin.com

5/20 Classics

In-class~ Arthurian Legend Socratic Seminar

HW~ Topic for final project



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