Unit 1: How do we know the truth?
Unit 3: What Did America learn from the Pax Romana?
Unit 5: Were the Crusades really about religion?
Unit 6: When are revolutions worth the cost?
Unit 9: What happens when people fight over power?
Unit 10: Why can't we all just be friends?
Unit 10: How can change in foreign policy lead to increased global tensions?
Civics and Economics
Unit 2: Can the structure of the U.S. government prevent a dictatiorship?
Unit 2: What happens when a state does not want to follow federal law?
Unit 3: Is voting worth the time?
Unit 4: What can I legally say?
Unit 6: What is the best interest rate strategy to stabilize the economy?
Unit 6: What is fair when paying taxes?
American History 1
Unit 1: Should we celebrate Columbus Day?
Unit 2: What makes a good president?
Unit 2: Was the American Revolution justified?
Unit 4: Did the Industrial Revolution really improve the lives of the American people?
Unit 5: Did America achieve the "American Dream" through Manifest Destiny?
Unit 6: Was compromise a good strategy to use to prevent the Civil War?
Unit 6: Did Recontruction after the Civil War fail in its goals?
American History 2
Unit 3: Did the issues in Cuba and the territorial ambitions of the United States justify the United States entry into the Spanish American War?
Unit 5: Who had the best plan for African Americans to achieve greater freedom and equality?
Unit 6: How should our country determine what threats to fear?
Unit 8: How does your life compare to your parents and grandparents? (could be used in Unit 4 or 6)
Unit 8: What was the best decade for the average woman in the 20th Century? (could be used in Unit 4 or 7)
Unit 8: Since 1975, have presidents made America safer?