Kansas, Missouri, and the Civil War, 1854-1865
Students will utilize Google Earth to build a route map of a participant in the Border War between Missouri and Kansas, noting stops and events along their path in the war
Not- Just-Military, Military History: the Interplay of Political and Social Influences on Civil War Battles
Students will research a major battle of the Civil War and prepare a resource paper that outlines all aspects of the battle: the overall military objectives, the reasons for troop placement, the pers . . .
The Feminist Movement, Then and Now
Students will conduct research to gain an understanding for where women started in American society, and as a result a better understanding of how they got to the position they are in today.
Students will read through the Bill of Rghts and put into their own words what those rights mean today. They will then prioritize those rights as they apply to students.