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US History

Students examine major turning points in American history in the twentieth century. During the year, themes such as the expanding role of the federal government, impact of technology on American society, equal rights, and the role of the U.S. as a world power may be emphasized to directly connect understanding of the United States today to our nation’s past. In each unit, students will examine strands of American culture, including but not limited to literature, art, and mass media. The course begins with a unit linked to the tenth grade study of the global spread of industrialism during the nineteenth century. Students expand their academic skills of research, reading and writing in the content area. A research paper using MLA style is required.


US History Per. 7

World History

World History students, in grade 10, examine major turning points that shaped the modern world from 1789 to the present. The course begins with an introduction to the current world issues and continues with a focus on the expansion of the West and the growing interdependence of people and cultures throughout the world. Students expand their academic skills of research, reading and writing in the content area.

World History Google Website

Crash Course World History

US History Google Website

Crash Course US History

SignUp Genius: World History Assignment found on WH Google Website under World History Info. US History assignment found on Moodle under General Information.

Red 2

Red 3

Gold 4

Gold 6


Pending US History iTunes U Code FMSAMSJNJ

Link to submit video project

End of Semester Survey

Recommended U.S. Newspapers

New York Times                 

Los Angeles Times              

Washington Post                 

San Diego Union-Tribune     

The North County Times      

Wall Street Journal              

USA Today                          

Orange County Register       

Recommended U.S. News Magazines and Journals


Time Magazine                    

U.S. News and World Report 

The Economist                     


Reseach Sources

EDSITEment! 100 American Milestone Documents

Library of Congress            

Life Magazine Photo Collection



Recommended Online News Services               

British Broadcasting Corp.    


Geography Resources


MLA Research Paper 2015-2016 Due dates:

Jan 12:  Introduction of paper and guidelines

Jan 19:  Refined Topic, research question and signed contract due

Jan. 27: Working Bibliography of 5 sources

Feb. 4:  Thesis statement and Introduction Paragraph due

Feb. 16:  Paper Outline due

Mar. 1:  Rough Draft due in class for peer edit (1400-1600 word essay & Works Cited page)

Mar. 8: Final draft due to by 12:00 midnight March 8

Mar. 9:   Final draft and hard-copies of approved non-CCHS database web articles due in class March 9/10. 2015-2016 Class ID & Password

       Class ID        Password

R1  11159592       Red1

R2  11159603       Red2

R3  11159612       Red3

G4  11159646       Gold4

G6  11159669       Gold6

P7   11109138       Period7