- History of US – (Book 10)
Ch 38-42, pgs. 182-207
This speech was given to students in the Soviet Union in 1988. After the speech, the New York Times editorialized that “When people some day look back to the milestones of the cold war, they are likely to remember the day Ronald Reagan extolled freedom, while Lenin looked on.” No one knew when he gave this speech that the Soviet Union would end just three years later.
If you want to listen/watch – you can watch it HERE on YouTube.
Please print the speech and prepare for a document study.
Here are some of the types of questions/items to look for as you study:
- Vocabulary words you look up
- Something you could argue/debate
- A question that you have
- An allusion (subtle reference to something else)
- A connection/application to current day
- An “I wonder” …
- Favorite quote or beauty of language
- Something about agency or freedom
Please watch this video of a news report the day after the Berlin Wall came down.
(You can only watch it on YouTube … it won’t embed on the website.)
3. Research Paper
Reread pgs 27-29 in your Research Paper curriculum (all about citations).
Go back and check that all your in-text citations and Works Cited page are included and in the correct format.
Here’s an Online Citation Generator you can use.
NOTE: This is also a GREAT week to keep writing and catchup if you haven’t finished yet!
Here’s the Essay Paper Rubric if you need to reference it or send it to your writing mentor.