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Theme: U.S. Studies from 1492 to 1877: Exploration through Reconstruction

 

The historical focus continues in the eighth grade with the study of European exploration and the early years of the United States. This study incorporates all four social studies strands into a chronologic view of the development of the United States. Students examine how historic events are shaped by geographic, social, cultural, economic and political factors.

 

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2018 Mr. Dietrich's George Washington song

Students were asked to write a rap/song about the presidency of George Washington. They also had to answer two essential questions: 1. How did the actions of George Washington establish a strong federal government? 2. What precedents did George Washington establish? Students were encouraged to be creative and have fun.

2017 Mr. Dietrich's George Washington rap/song

Students were asked to write a rap/song about the presidency of George Washington. They also had to answer two essential questions: 1. How did the actions of George Washington establish a strong federal government? 2. What precedents did George Washington establish? Students were encouraged to be creative and have fun. To see student videos, click on specific block (1st-4th) under classes.

2015 Mr. Dietrich's George Washington rap/song

Students were asked to write a rap/song about the presidency of George Washington. They also had to answer two essential questions: 1. How did the actions of George Washington establish a strong federal government? 2. What precedents did George Washington establish? Students were encouraged to be creative and have fun. To see student videos, click on specific block (1st-4th) under classes.

2016 Mr. Dietrich's George Washington rap/song

Students were asked to write a rap/song about the presidency of George Washington. They also had to answer two essential questions: 1. How did the actions of George Washington establish a strong federal government? 2. What precedents did George Washington establish?