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Sociology

Compare and Contrast Gemeinschaft and Gessellschaft

Examine the mechanical and organic typology that Durkheim developed.

Evaluate turn of the century industrial change in America through film, text and guide questions.

Economics

Compare choices for consumer vs. capital goods

Law

Students will evaluate the basic scope of conlaw.

Students will explore factors that influence the decision making of jurists.

Archived/Inactive US History, World History, Government, AFAM Studies, Geography, Contemporary Affairs

Students will define government.

Students will define government.

Evaluate the basic dynamic of human power and how this is the basis of political power.

Examine slaves who escaped to freedom by examining runaway advertisements.

Evaluate basic principles of government including definition of government, power, politics, government purposes, government types.

Evaluate four theories regarding why governments developed.

Evaluate the amendment process and the amendments that exist.

Evaluate how three branches of government provide for a balance of power and checks against abuses by any single branch.

Evaluate Constitutional structure of government for memberships and term of office, and how this impacts the balance of power of government.

Examine the Constitutional Roles and Powers of the Presidency.

Evaluate the essential features of the Electoral College and how it works

Examine the electoral and popular votes for the 2016 election

Evaluate the connection between the Revolutionary War and African American freedom

Evaluate the Philadelphia Society as an example of an early, religious based society through a primary document.

Evaluate the role that African Americans played in the War of 1812 and how that shaped the abolition movement.

Evaluate the Amistad case through text and video.

Evaluate the Escape to Freedom of Henry Brown

Students will evaluate the Civil War through documentary/video evidence.

Evaluate Reconstruction through documentary video

Students will evaluate the Black Codes and connect them to segregation and racism.

Evaluate methods by which African-Americans gained and lost political power in the South.

Evaluate the organization of violence and intimidation directed against African Americans

Examine African American participation in the Civil War and how it impacted various groups in America.

Analyze African American Responses to Jim Crow

Examine the Tulsa Race Riots of 1921 in terms of cause, effect, and current historiography?

Evaluate documentary evidence of Malcolm X

Examine the Events in Selma through documentary devidence?