U.S. History Lab

U.S. History Lab

These web-based projects are representative examples of student work in History 173: Recent United States history during Spring 2013. Students in Dr. Quam-Wickham‘s course were asked to produce curriculum materials to enrich the learning of U.S. history for high school history students.

These enrichment materials are now widely used within LBUSD high school classrooms.

Student Work from History 173
“Suppressed but Not Silenced”
“Education is the Route to Equality”
Student work: "Education is the Route to Equality" Abstract
“Spanish American War”
Student Work: "Spanish American War" Title Page
“Women’s Social Equality in the Early 1900s”
Student Work: "Women's Social Equality in the Early 1900s" Title Page
“The Harlem Renaissance”
Student Work "The Harlem Renaissance" Title Page
“Prohibition and Crime”
Student Work: "Prohibition and Crime" Abstract
“World War II Propaganda”
Student work: "World War II Propaganda" Introduction
“Peace, Love, and Beyond”
Student Work: "Peace, Love, and Beyond" Abstract
“AIDS in the 1980s”
Student Work: "AIDS in the 1980s" Introduction