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    Theoretical Framework

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    I took over three college-prep U.S. History classes, one English as a Second Language (ESL) U.S. History class, and team-taught an Advanced Placement (AP) U.S. History class. When I joined the AP U.S. History class, the course was essentially finished because the AP test had been taken, and students were working on final projects. The college-prep and ESL classes , on the other hand, had decades of content to cover from post World War II to the 1960s in the college-prep classes, and early 1900s to World War II in the ESL…

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    What Do You Know? My understanding of the past is so-so, I really like learning about the past it is interesting how things have changed and also how they have not changed. I know some big events and ideas, but I do not know any specific dates. My experience of learning about the past is not very in depth, but I always like learning about the past. The history classes that I’ve taken are the classes required to pass high school, which were world history, U.S. government, and U.S. history. Most…

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    Historian Career Analysis

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    The career choice of a historian is a hard one, reading and writing papers for hours is a lot of hard work, and the career field has low salary "The median annual wage for historians was $52,480 in May 2012". However, the job is very enjoyable and lovable to all people. Many individuals enjoy the topic of history and would love learning and research history for the rest of their lives. The job of Historian requires a Masters degree in history, good speaking and lecture abilities, and superior…

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    aeronautical engineering, but I do enjoy the idea of travelling. Never have I owned a telescope, and probably never will I. Among the stars there is the big dipper and little dipper, I could not find these if I tried or any other astrological connect the dots. So, why would I study into NASA and the idea of outer space travels, because if there has been anything I have learned throughout this semester in literally all of my classes, it is that we must learn History to keep it from repeating…

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    History. Let’s just say theres a reason its called history and not the truth. By dissecting its parts we realize that the word itself conveys its meaning. History is, his story. Taking into consideration that“his” is not always a male but the one thing that stays constant is that his story is never exactly the same as her story or the other guys story and most importantly not, your story. Everyone has different ways of perceiving what is seen, heard, felt and further more understanding those…

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    Pepsi Ads In The 1960s

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    particular society, group, place, or time. Many Americans underestimate the importance of culture in history; however, culture and history have a direct relationship. When a historical event happens, usually there is a change in social culture; for example, the great depression was a historical event that cause a change in people’s lifestyle (cultural change). People went from attending expensive parties, eating a lot of food, and dressing in extravagant clothes in the Roaring Twenties to…

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    Monument is a kind of the architecture for people to memorize the history and understanding the relationship between the past and the present. It records the history from the past, and present it to the future. The purpose of building the monument in the city is for reminding us what we have right now is depends on how many effort they (historical personage) did in the past. Monument is not only for people to memorize something, it also could be educational and motivational to the audience.…

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    enhance it. The power and mystery of the new technology mesmerized people, images on the screen were often assumed to be truth including inaccurate representations of races. It even says how the rising of the motion picture industry by Oscar Michauex (who tries to uplift the races) becomes a new direction, the movement away from the division of the society and the portray Africans Americans with dignity and respect unlike the stereotypes of popular motion movies. Fred Davies (2005),…

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    I realized how many stories that canyon must contain, not just Brighty’s, which was tragically fictional, but the stories of Native people, and the first European explorers, and all the cowboys of the wild west. It was in that moment I realized I wanted to know these stories, that I wanted to learn all about history. A passion just beginning to form that would ultimately become the focus of my academic career. A connection between stories and experiences. It was the moment I realized much later…

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    Do We Lie About History

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    History comes from the Greek word Historia and it means to learn or to inquiry. It’s a vague subject because there so much information that is involved and a lot it being left out. My arguments are do we lie about history to supply clean content to explain history to children in Elementary School systems; teach the true history in schools because children need to know; or wait until children are in college to teach history because the content is controversial. James Baldwin said it best with…

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