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Date Created: 10/10/15
Review of syllabus To communicate with instructor email is best Some readings will be on canvas Purchase constitution mini book Read syllabus carefully and if any questions come up during quarter refer back to it prior to asking instructor 0 When counting pages of our paper cover letter and references don39t count as content quotpagesquot Punctuation is VERY important Example Woman without her man is nothing Woman Without her man is nothing 0 Syllabus quiz 0 Subheadings page numbers and cite references Meet with instructor to discuss paper topic Historical analysis paper is to know more about Washington state Interview senior up to the period of time needed not to present Both papers 5 pages in length Get essay book Print and bring slides to class OOOOOO Content 0 Know the reasons to study history 0 We can39t understand todays efforts to help people if we don39t know the history 0 Many concepts resurface over time o Interpretations vary about concepts over time o 3 factors that had impact on SW 0 Nothing in constitution about social welfare 0 Separation of church and state 0 Opening of west for settlement
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