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Why Do We Have Schools?: Education in our society serves many purposes, but there are three main functions. First, students learn skills that will help prepare them for society. Writing, reading, and mathematics are essential in today's workpla
a) Chronological b) Sequence c) Cause and Effect d) Problem and Solution
Milestones: In 1821 the first public high school in the United States was started in Boston. By 1900, 31 states required children to attend school from the ages of 8 to 14. As a result, by 1910 72 percent of American children attended school. Half t
a) Chronological b) Sequence c) Cause and Effect d) Problem and Solution
Have a Great Day: There is more than one way to have a successful school day, but a great way is to be well prepared. The first thing you should do is complete your homework the night before. Don't try to do your work in the morning, it will be too
a) Compare and Contrast b) Problem and Solution c) Cause and Effect d) Sequence
Attendance: Having good attendance is important because attendance determines the school's funding. Some students have poor attendance, and the school has tried many ways of addressing this: teachers have talked to parents on the phone and the schoo
a) Compare and Contrast b) Problem and Solution c) Cause and Effect d) Sequence
Are Charter Schools Harder Schools?: These days, students and their caretakers have more choices when it comes to selecting a public school. In addition to the traditional neighborhood schools, Charter schools have popped up in major cities across t
a) Compare and Contrast b) Problem and Solution c) Cause and Effect d) Sequence
Divisions: The Revolutionary War was a time of great division. Americans were split into two groups: Patriots and Loyalists. Patriots were Americans who supported the struggle for independence. They believed that Americans should be free from the
a) Sequence b) Cause and Effect c) Compare and Contrast d) Chronological
The Turning Point: There were many important battles in the Revolutionary War, but perhaps none were more important than the Battles of Saratoga. The results of the Battles of Saratoga shifted the momentum of the war toward the Americans. Though they
a) Sequence b) Cause and Effect c) Compare and Contrast d) Chronological
Guerilla Warfare: In most cases American soldiers could not stand toe-to-toe against British soldiers. The British were better trained, better armed, and more experienced. When the American soldiers attempted to match the British, they suffered hea
a) Sequence b) Chronological c) Problem and Solution d) Compare and Contrast
Fire Cake: American soldiers during the Revolutionary War suffered horrible conditions to win independence. You can experience some of these conditions by eating the same food that soldiers ate at Valley Forge: fire cake. Fire cake is a horrible ta
a) Sequence b) Chronological c) Problem and Solution d) Compare and Contrast
Allies: During the Revolutionary War, Americans learned just how important friends can be. When the Americans declared independence on July 4th, 1776, they had virtually no allies. But on February 6th, 1778, after the American victory at Saratoga,
a) Sequence b) Chronological c) Problem and Solution d) Compare and Contrast
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