Links from Your Instructor for Part G

 

 

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What is self-testing and how can it help you?

 

Tips: What Helps Learning?

Seeing How History Changes

Most links place historical facts in a table so you can easily compare them. You are not memorizing all of the facts placed in these tables. Instead, you are using those facts to notice changes and patterns. To help you, most links provide tips on what to notice.

 

         Study Tool: Chronological Events of the 1939-1945 Era with footnotes to let you find details when you want them (administrations of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and of Harry S Truman)
Purpose:

-       Notice that this chronology covers the same issues as the one on World War I. You can see How Fast They Went to War and a list of World War IIPeople and Terms That Became Symbols

         Study Tool: Chronological Events of the 1946-1952 Era with footnotes to let you find details when you want them (administration of Harry S Truman, including his election in 1948)
Purpose:

-       Notice political parties, including in the election in 1952 and the rise of the Dixiecrats.

-       Notice individuals such as Joseph McCarthy.

-       Notice the existence of many new institutions and agencies at the national level for
a) domestic issues
b) our relationships with other nations
c) the interconnection between a and b.

-       Notice the former categories of labor (usually factory workers) and farmers. What are the laws now?

 

         Snapshot from 1920s to 1940s blank - Click here for completed Snapshots for 1920s to 1940s, for 1950s to 1970s, and for 1970s to 2000+ that you can view online or you can print.

 


 

 

 

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History Dr. Bibus

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Last Updated:

2015

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