External link to Many people see similarities between the election of 1986 and this years election season. Do you agree or disagree? why? Many people see similarities between the election of 1986 and this years election season.Do you agree or disagree? why? Show more

Many people see similarities between the election of 1986 and this years election season. Do you agree or disagree? why? Many people see similarities between the election of 1986 and this years election season.Do you agree or disagree? why? Show more

Many people see similarities between the election of 1986 and this years election season. Do you agree or disagree? why?

External link to Minimum of two (2) and no longer than three (3) paragraphs long.Minimum of three (3) Turabian/Chicago style citationsMake a summary of this chapter. (http://www.americanyawp.com/text/03-british-north- Minimum of two (2) and no longer than three (3) paragraphs long.Minimum of three (3) Turabian/Chicago style citationsMake a summary of this chapter. (http://www.americanyawp.com/text/03-british-north-america/#I_Introduction)Point out the labor shortages and how various communities addressed the shortage when there was a need to gain a strong foothold in any particular region. How might the class status of an individual who traveled be very different from someone of lower-class status in their communities influence their experiences when crossing the Atlantic or what they found when they arrived in North America? Show more

Minimum of two (2) and no longer than three (3) paragraphs long.Minimum of three (3) Turabian/Chicago style citationsMake a summary of this chapter. (http://www.americanyawp.com/text/03-british-north- Minimum of two (2) and no longer than three (3) paragraphs long.Minimum of three (3) Turabian/Chicago style citationsMake a summary of this chapter. (http://www.americanyawp.com/text/03-british-north-america/#I_Introduction)Point out the labor shortages and how various communities addressed the shortage when there was a need to gain a strong foothold in any particular region. How might the class status of an individual who traveled be very different from someone of lower-class status in their communities influence their experiences when crossing the Atlantic or what they found when they arrived in North America? Show more

Minimum of two (2) and no longer than three (3) paragraphs long.Minimum of three (3) Turabian/Chicago style citationsMake a summary of this chapter. (http://www.americanyawp.com/text/03-british-north-

External link to Do you think that the availability of affixes means there are more or fewer words in the English language? Do you think that the availability of affixes means there are more or fewer words in the English language? Show more

Do you think that the availability of affixes means there are more or fewer words in the English language? Do you think that the availability of affixes means there are more or fewer words in the English language? Show more

Do you think that the availability of affixes means there are more or fewer words in the English language?

External link to 1. How would you describe the initial contacts between the Spaniards and the Native Americans? How did each group view the others and how did that shape their initial cross-cultural encounters? 2. Wha 1. How would you describe the initial contacts between the Spaniards and the Native Americans? How did each group view the others and how did that shape their initial cross-cultural encounters?2. What happened to Cabez de Vaca? How did the Native Americans treat him? What key skills did he learn during his captivity?3. What happened that dramatically changed the plight of Cabeza de Vaca and the other surviving Spanish? How did the Native Americans treat Cabeza de Vaca after he became a healer?4. Who was using whom in the new relationship between Cabeza de Vaca the healer and the Native Americans? Did both sides gain from this relationship?5. In the end, what was Cabeza de Vaca’s plan to conquer the Native Americans? Why wasn’t military force and slavery part of his plan?6. Thinking about this issue in the big picture, how would you define the overall conquest of the Americas by Europeans? What did it mean for Europeans? What did it mean for the Pre-Columbian population of the Americas? What should we think historically about Columbus Day? Show more

1. How would you describe the initial contacts between the Spaniards and the Native Americans? How did each group view the others and how did that shape their initial cross-cultural encounters? 2. Wha 1. How would you describe the initial contacts between the Spaniards and the Native Americans? How did each group view the others and how did that shape their initial cross-cultural encounters?2. What happened to Cabez de Vaca? How did the Native Americans treat him? What key skills did he learn during his captivity?3. What happened that dramatically changed the plight of Cabeza de Vaca and the other surviving Spanish? How did the Native Americans treat Cabeza de Vaca after he became a healer?4. Who was using whom in the new relationship between Cabeza de Vaca the healer and the Native Americans? Did both sides gain from this relationship?5. In the end, what was Cabeza de Vaca’s plan to conquer the Native Americans? Why wasn’t military force and slavery part of his plan?6. Thinking about this issue in the big picture, how would you define the overall conquest of the Americas by Europeans? What did it mean for Europeans? What did it mean for the Pre-Columbian population of the Americas? What should we think historically about Columbus Day? Show more

1. How would you describe the initial contacts between the Spaniards and the Native Americans? How did each group view the others and how did that shape their initial cross-cultural encounters? 2. Wha

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1. How would you describe the initial contacts between the Spaniards and the Native Americans? How did each group view the others and how did that shape their initial cross-cultural encounters? 2. Wha 1. How would you describe the initial contacts between the Spaniards and the Native Americans? How did each group view the others and how did that shape their initial cross-cultural encounters?2. What happened to Cabez de Vaca? How did the Native Americans treat him? What key skills did he learn during his captivity?3. What happened that dramatically changed the plight of Cabeza de Vaca and the other surviving Spanish? How did the Native Americans treat Cabeza de Vaca after he became a healer?4. Who was using whom in the new relationship between Cabeza de Vaca the healer and the Native Americans? Did both sides gain from this relationship?5. In the end, what was Cabeza de Vaca’s plan to conquer the Native Americans? Why wasn’t military force and slavery part of his plan?6. Thinking about this issue in the big picture, how would you define the overall conquest of the Americas by Europeans? What did it mean for Europeans? What did it mean for the Pre-Columbian population of the Americas? What should we think historically about Columbus Day?7. What question do you have for your peers about the book or the general transformation of the Americas from an indigenous controlled area to an appendage of Europe (the West). Show more

1. How would you describe the initial contacts between the Spaniards and the Native Americans? How did each group view the others and how did that shape their initial cross-cultural encounters? 2. Wha

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Renowned historian Eric Foner called Reconstruction “America’s Unfinished Revolution.” Do you agree or disagree with this description? Renowned historian Eric Foner called Reconstruction “America’s Unfinished Revolution.”  Do you agree or disagree with this description?   Show more

Renowned historian Eric Foner called Reconstruction “America’s Unfinished Revolution.” Do you agree or disagree with this description?

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Describe some unique characteristics of Early Medieval and Viking life. What made Viking ships and Scandinavian architecture unique? Describe some unique characteristics of Early Medieval and Viking life. What made Viking ships and Scandinavian architecture unique? Show more

Describe some unique characteristics of Early Medieval and Viking life. What made Viking ships and Scandinavian architecture unique?

External link to Choose one of the three images below, and think about it in terms of what John Berger calls “ways of seeing” (from unit 4). Write a 150-300-word discussion post including Berger’s insights and interpr Choose one of the three images below, and think about it in terms of what John Berger calls “ways of seeing” (from unit 4). Write a 150-300-word discussion post including Berger’s insights and interpreting the painting in light of your experience of it. Be sure to explain what assumptions the artist is making about his audience, what the painting may be intended to accomplish, and how the painting might fail to accomplish that in our contemporary culture.For instance, notice that the title of the Wtewael piece (pronounced oo-tuh-vawl) includes “with the Parable of the Great Supper.” What does the viewer need to know for this to be meaningful? What is the author trying to accomplish by portraying both a mundane event (kitchen scene) and a monumental one in the same painting? And why might our culture (with its attitudes toward the sacred and profane) not be a particularly fitting audience for this piece? Show more

Choose one of the three images below, and think about it in terms of what John Berger calls “ways of seeing” (from unit 4). Write a 150-300-word discussion post including Berger’s insights and interpr Choose one of the three images below, and think about it in terms of what John Berger calls “ways of seeing” (from unit 4). Write a 150-300-word discussion post including Berger’s insights and interpreting the painting in light of your experience of it. Be sure to explain what assumptions the artist is making about his audience, what the painting may be intended to accomplish, and how the painting might fail to accomplish that in our contemporary culture.For instance, notice that the title of the Wtewael piece (pronounced oo-tuh-vawl) includes “with the Parable of the Great Supper.” What does the viewer need to know for this to be meaningful? What is the author trying to accomplish by portraying both a mundane event (kitchen scene) and a monumental one in the same painting? And why might our culture (with its attitudes toward the sacred and profane) not be a particularly fitting audience for this piece? Show more

Choose one of the three images below, and think about it in terms of what John Berger calls “ways of seeing” (from unit 4). Write a 150-300-word discussion post including Berger’s insights and interpr

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According to Somé what are the some of the key problems with the Western, industrialized world?  According to Somé what are the some of the key problems with the Western, industrialized world?  Show more

According to Somé what are the some of the key problems with the Western, industrialized world?

External link to Which claim does President Kennedy make in “President John F. Kennedy’s Speech at Rice University”? The risk associated with entering the space race outweighs the possible benefits.The Nation will los Which claim does President Kennedy make in “President John F. Kennedy’s Speech at Rice University”?The risk associated with entering the space race outweighs the possible benefits.The Nation will lose its place as a world leader if it does not immediately join the space race.Going to the moon should be a long-term goal of the United States.History has shown that when there are new regions to explore, competing nations go to war. Show more

Which claim does President Kennedy make in “President John F. Kennedy’s Speech at Rice University”? The risk associated with entering the space race outweighs the possible benefits.The Nation will los Which claim does President Kennedy make in “President John F. Kennedy’s Speech at Rice University”?The risk associated with entering the space race outweighs the possible benefits.The Nation will lose its place as a world leader if it does not immediately join the space race.Going to the moon should be a long-term goal of the United States.History has shown that when there are new regions to explore, competing nations go to war. Show more

Which claim does President Kennedy make in “President John F. Kennedy’s Speech at Rice University”? The risk associated with entering the space race outweighs the possible benefits.The Nation will los

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