History 284: Hawaiian History

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Course Materials
Course Syllabus (last updated 1/11/14)
Class Schedule (last updated 1/11/14)
Writing Project (last updated 1/11/14)
Think/Writes
List of questions (last updated 4/14/14)

Lecture Outlines

Unit One Unit Two Unit Three
A Multiethnic State Pre-Contact Hawaiian Politics Big Fish, Little Fish
World War II Captain Cook Great Mahele
Origins Rise of Kamehameha Later Monarchs
Traditional Hawaiian Metaphors Missionaries & Merchants Rise of Sugar
Pre-Contact Hawaiian Society Transformation of Pono Kalakaua
Territory of Hawaii

Study Guides

Unit One Unit Two Unit Three

Class Assignments

C. A. #
Given
Due
Assignment Description
Worth (pts)
1
1/14
1/16
Student Information Sheet
5
2
1/14
1/16
"I am from" poem activity
5
3
1/16
1/16
20 Questions
2
4
1/21
1/21
Understanding Source, Bias & Perspective
5
5
1/23
1/30
Hawaiian Renaissance
5
6
2/1
2/6
Pearl Harbor class visit
10
7
2/4
2/4
Think/Write #1 discussion
2
8
2/13
2/13
Writing Project (Pt. 1) Peer Feedback Sheet
5
9
2/18
2/20
"Hawaiians" video
5
10
2/20
2/20
"Nomads of the Wind" video
5
11
2/21
2/28
Think/Write #2 online response
2
12
2/25
3/4
Bishop Museum visit
10
13
2/27
3/4
Stannard Questions
10
14
3/20
3/20
Writing Project (Pt. 2) Peer Feedback Sheet
5
15
3/28
4/1
Missionary Moments
10
16
4/1
4/1
Think/Write #3 discussion
2
17
4/17
4/22
Grade Worksheet
3
18
4/22
4/22
Think/Write #4 discussion
2
19
5/1
5/6
Video: Hawaii's Last Queen
10
20
5/2
5/6
'Iolani Palace visit
5
21
5/8
5/13
Hawaiian Sovereignty
5
22
5/13
5/16
Think/Write #5 (online response)
2


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