Claire Adams

What experience and history teach is this — that people and governments never have learned anything from history or acted on the principles deduced from it.

G.W.F. HEGEL, Philosophy of History

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U.S History &  Honors World History
Room I-106
Email: claire.adams@venturausd.org
805-289-0023, ext. 2606


 

Schedule:

Period 1: Honors World History  

Period 2: U.S History

Period 3: U.S History

Period 4: U.S History

Period 5: Honors World History  

Period 6: U.S History

 

Late work and Absent work


 

U S History 

 

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U.S History Daily Agenda

Sign up sheet for Final – Reform speech

Reform speech instructions

 

 


Honors World History 

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Honors World History Daily Agenda

Answer the unit question, “to what extent is war a choice?” from three perspectives. For example you might choose Russia, Austria and Germany or England, France and Turkey. Include why each nation felt they had to join the war while you analyze the extent that their involvement was a choice.

Period 1 Response to Is War a Choice?

 

 


 

Period 5 response Is War a Choice?

 

 


Witnesses in the IR trial

Revisions