What do American students know about their history?
very little...... next question. Actually you can go on google and type in the words "immigration test" and see if you are smart as the people that are not born in this country that want to live here. good luck.
It's particularly important to learn about the last 100 years of American history as it dramatically changed, also there were many movements. You should focus on these topics: Civil Rights Movement Students Movement The role of the women movement Vietnam Hippies Watergate Presidents We also learn from mistakes and we try to not make the same mistakes.
In a group of 42 students 22 take history 17 take biology and 8 take both history and biology A How many students take biology but not history B How many students take neither bio or hist?
A: 9 students take biology but not history. B: 11 take neither bio nor history. Reasons: A: 9 is the answer because if you subtract the number of students who take history and bio (8) from the total number of bio students (17) you get 9 (the remaining number of bio students who do not take history). B: 11 is the answer because a total of 22 students take history. however, 8 students take bio…
Judith Cofer posited the idea that American history was defined largely by the development of new technologies that would facilitate the timeless struggle of students to find other people to do their homework for them. EDIT: That is COMPLETELY incorrect. American History by Judith Ortiz Cofer has NOTHING to do with getting people to do homework for others. American History is about always looking up to the bright side even when there isn't one.
Blogs can be a great learning tool for the classroom. For example, if you are studying a unit on American history, you can assign groups of students to create blogs about American history topics - the Revolutionary War, the Gold Rush, Manifest Destiny, etc. Have them write blog posts and post pictures about the events. The students will likely have more fun doing that than writing an essay.
The ratio of foreign students to American students at a college is 2 to 35 how many foreign students attend this college if there are1575 American students?
Why do American history textbooks promote the belief that most importanat developments in the world history are traceable to Europe?
The future will see many more American students studying abroad as a result of this. Currently 20% of European Universities have American students attending. The future will see many more American students studying abroad as a result of this. Currently 20% of European Universities have American students attending.
It's an important part of American history. There has been tons of research done on school violence for a few reasons: to understand it and to prevent it. There's always that quote that circulates around---"history repeats itself"---and some people believe that students are taught history in classes so that they don't repeat the bad events (violence, wars, school violence, the Holocaust, etc.).
Young people who are ignorant of American history do not know that they are part of a story -- an epic that is far larger than themselves. American history is the story of how "We the People" became sovereign. Many of our adolescents' most cherished assumptions about life -- for example, their sense of entitlement to freedom and individual rights -- have their source in this story. As a result, students who don't know American…