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1920s Research
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Apr 13, 2016
Investigate trends and issues of the 1920s as background to reading The Great Gatsby.
Ancient Greece and Rome
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Apr 14, 2016
What do primary sources reveal about the civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome. Investigate print and online resources as you evaluate what made these cultures distinctive.
Eng 10
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Mar 14, 2016
Explore the WWII historical setting of the novel, The Book Thief and background to the Russian Revolution for the novel, The Kitchen Boy.
Eng 10 Adv
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Mar 14, 2016
Eng 11 (Smith)
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Mar 14, 2016
Use recommended resources to write a researched synthesis essay on contemporary American society.
Eng 12 (Patton)
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Mar 14, 2016
Eng 12 Adv (Connolly)
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Apr 19, 2016
Eng 12 AP Literature and Composition
by Joan Lange - Last Updated May 23, 2016
European Studies
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Mar 14, 2016
Exchange Students Resource Guide
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Apr 12, 2016
This compact LibGuide highlights some of the best library and website resources.
Holocaust
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Mar 14, 2016
Renaissance DBQ
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Mar 14, 2016
In what ways and to what extent did the arts (artwork, images, literature, poetry, etc.) reflect a change in man’s view of himself and his world as European culture transitioned from the medieval period to the Renaissance?
Romeo and Juliet
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Jul 8, 2015
E-books and print sources research Shakespeare, life, language, and theater as well as the significance of Romeo and Juliet.
Shakespeare
by Joan Lange - Last Updated Jun 10, 2016
Revel in all things Shakespeare! Featured items include podcasts, videos, articles, and databases for further research about Shakespeare.
 

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