Review key facts concerning these important phases of Modern World History!
This short animated film is open source! The creators used free software called Blender to do all of the modeling, animation and editing and you can download all of the resources they used to make it for free online (as well as a hi res version of the film). Do you think this is an interesting approach to film making? Do you think others might follow?
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I thought I would share some math videos I found on TeacherTube. Thanks to mathmotivation for creating these great tutorials! You can find more of his work at www.mathmotivation.com! "Materials From MathMotivation.Com, Copyright 2007 Michael Sakowski - Used With Permission".
We finish our review with discussion of Presidents George Bush, William Clinton and George W. Bush. President Clinton, a Democrat, breaks the string of conservative Presidents. Following his two terms, the country returns to a conservative approach with George W. Bush. The tragic attacks upon the United States on September 11, 2001 led to s series of events including a war in Iraq. Listen and review!
We begin our discussion in this podcast with the troubled presidencies of Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter. President Ford faced a backlash from the Watergate era, and President Carter's policies in the Iran Hostage Crisis led to division. Ronald Reagan defeated Carter and returned politics to a more conservative policy. Listen for the rest of the story!
Continue our study of the age of absolute monarchs!
Because of the Reformation and the Age of Exploration, Europe experienced religious, economic, and political turmoil. To deal with these crises, European rulers increased their power. They claimed God gave them the authority to do so (divine right). Absolute rulers all over Europe experienced resistance from their subjects, some rulers were successful in dominating their subjects, whereas others lost control.
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