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Revolutionary Women at the Turn of the Century: Russian Rebels and British Suffragettes

November 16, 2017

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You will be creating posters reflecting the views and philosophies of the revolutionary women who advocated for radical social change before, during, and after World War I. Please, within your group, read the primary resource documents that you were given – you can divide the work among yourselves if you’d like. For each document, you […]

Chomsky Vs. Skinner Test Essay

November 15, 2017

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All right, guys – here’s the essay portion of your test. This assignment is due on December 1st at 8:20 AM, and will be worth 35 points out of 100 on your test. 1st block, please use the class ID 15788969; 2nd block, use 15788975. The password for each is wheeler. You may begin submitting them […]

Further Reading on Genie

November 15, 2017

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If you’re interested in a more recent (2008) look at Genie, ABC news has an excellent – if long – article looking at her progression and regression in language skills and acquisition. The Guardian also has a recent article (2016) where they attempted to track her down to learn of her current condition. They were […]

Breakfast Club Extra Credit

November 14, 2017

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I’d love to show this during class, but  it’s rated R.  The amount added into your test category will be 10 points.  This’ll be accepted any time up until November 27th. Paragraph 1: Briefly describe the personality of the character you selected and diagnose with a disorder you think they might have. Explain the disorder and […]

Unit 10 Word Wall

November 10, 2017

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All righty guys, you know the drill. One person per word, two points on the unit 10 test. This unit is on Cognition, Language, and Intelligence Sign up here!

World War I Notes And War Poets

November 9, 2017

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Ok guys, today marks the beginning of WWI – for our AP Euro class. You can find the PowerPoint here, and the War Poets readings for class here.

Further Readings On Lobotomy

November 6, 2017

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Today in class, we viewed the PBS American Experience special on Dr. Walter Freeman. The PBS website has a ton of resources on it, including a 1946 article from Life Magazine that is absolutely heartbreaking and shocking to read. For some stories of those who were lobotomized at Pilgrim State mental hospital in New York, check […]