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2012 Fall Colloquium

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Biographies of a Nation

Rise & Collapse

 

Biography and Essential Questions

Biography is used as a lens to present the content of this time period.  Throughout the three years of this program, there will be a focus on individuals—both the famous and not so famous.  What were the conflicts and struggles facing those individuals?  What were the choices they made?  What were the unintended consequences of those decisions, and how did those people represent the “collective history” (narrative) of the period?

 

Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012

8:30-8:45:  Introduction

8:45-9:30:  Assessment

9:30-9:40:  Break

9:40-10:50: IP Presentations (Norm Anderson-Bonnie Jensen)

10:50-11:00: Break

11:00-12:00: Under the Copper Apex, into the Copper Collar: Butte, MT (Dale Martin)

12:00-12:45: Lunch (IP Discussion Focus Groups—Danice, Bob, and Phyllis)

12:45-1:20: Teaching with Primary Sources & Era 7-9 IP Guide (Danice)

1:20-2:20: IP Presentations (Mac Johnson-Rosie Rossberg)

2:20-3:05: Museum Time

3:10-4:00: The San Francisco World’s Fair (Bob)

4:00: Adjourn

 

Friday, October 19, 2012

8:30-9:00: IP Presentations (Jessica Sauer-Danny Waldo)

9:10-9:45: Conservation II (Jim)

9:50-10:50 Progressives and Muckrakers—How Progressive Were They? (Brian Riley)

10:55-11:55: “I rode 14 miles to vote for you” Woman Suffrage and Montana Homesteaders (Mary Murphy)

12:00-12:45: Lunch (IP Discussion Focus Groups—Jim and Phyllis)

12:45-1:45: Ellis Island & Angel Island: a Comparative Approach (Brian Riley)

1:50-3:00: Technology and WWI (George)

3:10-3:40: Book Study Groups (Jim)

3:40-3:50: A Look Ahead

3:50-4:00: Wrap Up/Adjourn

 

 

 

 

 

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