Learning Exercises

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Great Britain experienced two revolutions that would forever change that nation. The first was in agricultural and the... see more

This assignment explores the sources and character of cultural, religious, and social reform movements in the antebellum... see more

This assignment explores how the South was converted from cotton plantations during the Civil War to cotton mill towns... see more

This assignment explores the decisions the new President Abraham Lincoln had to make concerning Fort Sumter. Course: US... see more

In the 1920s the American textile industry moved south to avoid unions demanding higher wages, shorter hours, and better... see more

A study on the reasons why and the results of the Great Internal Migration of African-Americans from the South into... see more

The creative time known as the Renaissance flourished in Florence under the leadership of the Medicis. This site examines... see more

The Middle Ages covers almost one thousand years of history. This site focuses on famous people of the period, warfare... see more

The circus was once a cultural icon of the United States providing an entertainment for both large and small communities.... see more

The Cultural Map of Hellas provides students with the opportunity to visually explore the culture of ancient Greece.... see more

Tradition stated that "the sun never set on the British Empire." Great Britain's colonial empire was the world's largest.... see more

A recreation of an 1879 Karl Marx Interview with the Chicago Tribune. Course: Western Civilization/Russian History see more

The arrival of Commodore Matthew Perry to Japan in 1853 changed Japanese history. "Black Ships and Samurai. Commodore... see more

This activity will help you become familiar with mythological and legendary characters from a variety of countries.... see more

Students will create a mnemonic device to help them memorize the first 13 colonies. Course: US History I see more

The Reform Act of 1832 opened the British political system to reform and probably saved Great Britain from the... see more

Ancient Athens changd the function and meaning of a city. Four main functions became the norm for western cities. These... see more

Africans in America traces slavery in the United States from 1450 to 1865, using historical narratives, images,... see more

First reading (of seven) on the Goldberg Variations. see more

Fourth reading (of seven) on the Goldberg Variations. see more

Crisis at Fort Sumter goes through the process followed by President Abraham Lincoln as he decided whether or not to... see more

Africans in America traces slavery in the United States from 1450 to 1865, using historical narratives, images,... see more

Listening and reading exercise on fugue 2 (C minor) of JS Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier in performance by David... see more

Listening to the St. Matthew Passion: last listening module (of five). see more