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Transcript: You are invited to join us in a delightful dinner party with the President John F. Kennedy. We will be grateful for you to join us. Joseph Stalin To halt the exodus to the West, Soviet leader Nikita Khruschev recommended to East Germany that it close off access between East and West Berlin. Khrushchev set up the Cuban Missile Crisis by placing nuclear weapons 90 miles from Florida. He backed down and removed the Soviet nuclear missiles from Cuba. Nikita Krushchev was invited to the dinner party becasue he set up the Cuban Missile Crisis by placing nuclear weapons. He also was mostly involved, he removed the Soviet nuclear missiles from Cuba. Chicken a La King: This dish consists of diced chicken and vegetables (peas and carrots) in a cream sauce. With brown rice on the side. Beef Bourguignon: This dish consists of ground beef with sliced mushrooms in a soy sauce. Dessert Drinks Tunnel of Fudge: This dish consists of chocoalte browine coverd in fudge. Mikhail Gorbachev Was an American politician who served as the 35th President of the United States from January 1961 until his assassination in November 1963. He was the youngest president elected at age 45. A memebr of the Democratic Party. He was also a member of the senate and the house of Represenative. JFK was doing so much stuff with the Foreign Policy. His Foreign Policy was mainly in the Carribean and the Pacific. Kennedy was also in the U.S. military. Cold War Project Nikita Krushchev By: Berenice Mendez & Tran Nguyen We are inviting JFK to the dinner party because he was the President during the Cuban Missile Crisis. He wants to invite himself and the rest of the people who were involved. Kennedy helped with the Bay of the Pigs invasion and the Naval Blockade of Cuba. John F. Kennedy John F. Kennedy Nikita Khrushchev Seating Chart Menu Gorbachev has been the President of the USSR, chairman of the Supreme Soviet, and General Secretary of the Communist Party. He design the autogyros, and was an assistant to his future rival, Nikolay Kamov. He was invited to the dinner party because he wanted to improve relations and trade with the West to reduce the Cold War tensions. Mikhail also helped with Detente. He is placed here because he was trying to help with relieve Cold War tensions with the West. And to be foward with Mr. Stalin. Stalin as hero for winning WW1 from Russia, no matter what cost for human lives. He is outspoken opponent of the Capitalist West. Joseph was the leader of the Soviet Union. He was posted up as a General Secretary of the Communist Party's Central Committee. The General Secretary of the Party became the de facto leader of the country right on up until Mikhail Gorbachev. Stalin was invited because he was the leader of the Sovuet Union and he was part of the Cuban Missile Crisis. He has much to do here to have a foward conversation with Mr. Gorbachev. Dinner Cold War Dinner Party Place: The White House Date: December 16, 1962 Time: 8:00pm Tea, Wine, Cocktails, Water, Coca-Cola Fidel Castro He ruled Cuba for almost five century, and than gave his power to his youngest brother in 2008. Castro nationalized all U.S.-owned businesses, including oil refineries, factories and also casinos. He also established the first communist state in the Western Hemisphere. Castro's Cuba also had a highly in a disagreement with the United States resulting in the Bay of Pigs invasion and the Cuban Missile Crisis. Fidel Castro was invited to the dinner party because he was the ruler of Cuba so he had total control of it. John F. Kennedy: Oh I am glad you have arrived this evening Mr. Khrushchev! I know we haven’t been under good terms with each other and I would like to start today. Nikita Khrushchev: I am surprised you have invited me President Kennedy. Yes, I also want to discuss about this “missile crisis”. John F. Kennedy: Seems like we are on the same page! I would like you to remove the missiles in Cuba. Nikita Khrushchev: What are you talking about? John F. Kennedy: You guys, the Soviet Union, exploit an alliance with Cuba by installing nuclear missiles there. Nikita Khrushchev: You got us. Why should I listen to you anyways? John F. Kennedy: I don’t want my country to be destroyed again and I want to close this situation. I want to be mutual, not enemies. If you refused, I will have to institute a naval blockade on Cuba and we will launch, but there is no reason to because we both have missiles that are ready to be launched. Nikita Khrushchev: I also do not want to start World War 10. *Laughter* Wait! Did you just said you have missiles too? John F. Kennedy: Yes, and they are placed in Turkey. Nikita Khrushchev: I will ask my men to remove our missiles in Cuba immediately then. I am also demanding you guys to remove yours too. John F. Kennedy: That is a bet. Richard M. Nixon Nixon was a member of the house of Represenatives and the Senate. He also was the Vice president to Dwight Eisenhower. Nixon was the president for two terms but in his second

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Transcript: Rotations Rotations seating chart 1st Achieve 3000 > Ms. Ballou Yimi, Jose, Danilo, Deylin, Gustavo Rosetta Stone > Ms. Duff Laura, Maria, Isaac, Aser, Kenny Ms. Duff > Achieve 3000 Hector, Arijan, Ronal, Karol, Mai, Filmawit Ms. Ballou > Rosetta Stone Adam, Mayelin, Luis, Kevin, Juan, Geordanis 8th Grade Achieve 3000: Kenny, Hector, Ahmad, Maria, Amos, Geordanis, Eh Ler, Ronal, Laura Summary: Adam, Filmawit, Mayelin, Mai, Aser Teacher Led: Deylin, Gustavo, Jose, Danilo, Luis Achieve 3000: Min, Obadah, Heritier, Omer (Camila - test) Summary: Angelyann, Monica, Elibar, Sami, Ruaa, Suany, Giovadiel, Zung, John, Oscar, Kristian Teacher Led: Feruz, Lillian, Franklin, Alliance, Brenda, Lauren, Daurel Achieve 3000 > Ms. Ballou Daurel, Brenda, Lauren, Franklin, Yoel Imagine Learning > Ms. Duff Noe, Obadah, Gio, Gabriel, Angelyann Ms. Ballou > Achieve 3000 Alliance, Camila, Min, Monica, Feruz, Oscar Ms. Duff > Imagine Learning Heritier, Tea, Elibar, Bernadette, Ruaa 7th Grade 1. What is something you might learn about the earth? 2. Would you be more likely to find rocks in a park or a food store? Why? 3. Why might people want to be rock scientists? 4. How might you study for a science test? 5. What are some things you use to do your school work? Achieve 3000 > Ms. Ballou Gabriel, Yohannes, Senoda, Wilson, Linsy Imagine Learning > Ms. Duff Mohamed, Antonio, Myint, Esdras Ms. Duff > Imagine Learning Andrei, Eliza, Bashir Ms. Ballou > Achieve 3000 Oslin, Asly, Maria, Fanancia, Karen Achieve 3000: Esdras, Asly, Antonio, Alejandro (Samuel - test) Summary: Bashir, Eliza, Loren, Myint, Fanancia Teacher Led: Linsy, Karen, Oslin, Yohannes, Senoda Rotations 6th grade Vocabulary Questions

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Transcript: An Evening of Enlightment Emmalynn, Aidan D., Hayden, and Velkan. Main Serving Table Main Serving Table Theme: The theme of this party is humanism. Humanism is the belief that humans should be proud of who they are and what they have accomplished. Also that they should keep progressing to learn everything about anything. Which makes sense for all of our guests because they are all major contributers to the progression of science or politics. Within their respective time periods. Theme Decorations: Our decorations for the evening will include Bronze statues of famous philosphers from years past. We have bronze sconces on the walls to hold our candles that will light up our halls. We will have a great big bronze chandelier hanging from the ceiling. The table cloths will all be a marroon color. The the wall paper will also be marroon with golden Fleur De Lis's all over it. This will all be put into a ballroom somewhere in Europe. Decorations Entertainment: Musicians: -Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart -Ludwig Van Beethoven -Johann Sebastion Bach Games: -Chess Tournament -Backgammon Tournament Entertainment Menu Food Cooked goose Cheese plate Fruit platter Bread- (Baguettes, croissants) Pickled corn Drinks 1400 vintage wine Fruit infused Water (lemon-lime) Barley beer Whiskey Menu Table 1 Thomas Jefferson Voltaire Baron de Montesquieu Table 1 Table 2 Issac Newton David Hume Immanuel Kant John Locke Table 2 Table 3 Francis Bacon Thomas Hobbes Jean-Jacques Rousseau Table 3 Table 4 Benjamin Franklin Thomas Paine Table 4

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Transcript: GPA: GPA: No party affiliations Supreme Court meeting for first time (1790) Establishment of our national justice system Bill of Rights (1791) Further organization of our government, while protecting citizens Whiskey Rebellion (1794) Showed that the President can enforce the law GPA: Theodore Roosevelt 1901-1909 Whig Party Clayton-Bulwer Treaty of 1850 Stated that the Isthmian Canal would be a neutral place Elected as a War Hero Never addressed slavery while in office 1797-1801 Democratic-Republican Election of 1824 First election that caused an uproar, and was the first major scandal in the US Erie Canal finished (1825) Connected the Great Lakes to the Hudson River for direct access to the ocean Baltimore & Ohio railroad (1828) First passenger railroad Abraham Lincoln 1861-1865 Democrat "Square Deal" Domestic Policy Formed on 3 policies: Conservations of natural resources, consumer protection, and control of corporations. The Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine (1904) Justified American intervention in the Western Hemisphere The National Monuments Act and establishing the National Forest Service (1901-1906) Created a multitude of national parks, reserves, and monuments throughout this time period. Democratic Oregon Treaty (1846) Set the boundaries between Canada and the States Mexican War (1846-1848) Started because Texas and Mexico didn't agree on the boarders. Eventually States get Texas. John Adams GPA: GPA: William McKinley 1897-1901 Rutherford B. Hayes 1877-1881 GPA: Whig Party Set the precedent for presidential succession (1841) Webster Ashburton Treaty (1842) Settled the border between the States and Canada Annexation of Texas (1845) Further complicated free and slave states, as well as drove up tensions leading up to the civil war George Washington Republican 16th and 17th Amendments added to the Constitution 16th amendment added a Federal Income Tax, while the 17th amendment added a direct election of senators Dollar Diplomacy Foreign Policy that ensured financial stability to a country while trading and creating financial interests in that area New Mexico is now the 47th State James K. Polk 1845-1849 GPA: Herbert Hoover 1929-1933 GPA: Ulysses S. Grant 1869-1877 GPA: Zachary Taylor 1849-1850 John Quincy Adams GPA: Martin Van Buren 1837-1841 Democrat Indian Removal Act of 1830 Started the Trail of Tears, forced all of the Native Americans into Oaklahoma Whig Party created (1832) Challenged Jackson, became very popular during his presidency Alamo (1836) 90 minute battle that showed immense bravery Republican The Spanish-American War (1898) US declared war on the sinking of the Battleship Maine in the Havana Harbor. US supported Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines for their independence. The Annexation of Hawaii (1898) Spurred from the Spanish-American War, the US overthrew the kingdom of Hawaii and claimed it as US territory. Assassinated by Leon Czolgosz (1901) 1789-1797 Democratic-Republican Louisiana Territory purchased (1803) Doubled the State's size, and opened exploration opportunities Marbury vs. Madison (1803) First case to use the power of the federal courts Embargo Act (1807) banned imports and exports from France and Britain GPA: Thomas Jefferson Seating chart subject to change depending on # of presidents & "GPA" Democratic-Republican War of 1812 Native Americans began to completely lose hope of being able to govern themselves and have their own land The Star-Spangled Banner written (1814) The national song, which still stands today Tippecanoe battle (1811) Between Native Americans and the US, it pushed the Native's further back. Woodrow Wilson 1913-1921 GPA: Republican Geronimo's War (1881-1886) Another war between the Apache tribe and the US. Again, the Apache tribe lost. The Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act Stipulated that government appointments would be made according to merit The Chinese Exclusion Act Banned Chinese citizenship and restricted Chinese Immigration John Tyler 1841-1845 1809-1817 Andrew Johnson 1865-1869 James A. Garfield 1881 Federalist XYZ Affair (1797) US tried to stay out of war, but this was an unsuccessful attempt. Alien and Sedition Act (1798) US started to prepare for the anticipated war with France Washington D.C. named new capital (1800) Grover Cleveland 1885-1889 Whig Party Fugitive Slave Act (1850) Forced the north to send slaves back to their owners California becomes free state Tensions rose between the north and south leading to the civil war Compromise of 1850 Settled the California debate, but further upset the south. Democrat Alaska Purchased (1867) 13th Amendment Ratified Outlawed slavery First President to Face Impeachment Seating Chart Republican Emergency Quota Act (1921) Restricted immigration to the US Teapot Dome Scandal (1922-1923) Bribery that took place at the Teapot Dome to private oil companies. The Budgeting and Accounting Act of 1921 Established a national budget system Chester Arthur 1881-1885 Republican The Wall Street

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Transcript: Medici Gathering Chey & Mary Please put a seating chart together for the up coming gathering. Lorenzo de Medici Age Guest list; Michelangelo Christopher Columbus Desiderius Erasmus Johannes Gutenberg Queen Isabella Galileo Galilei Lorenzo De Medici Sandro Botticelli Jan Van Eyck William Shakespeare Miguel Cervantes Loenardo Da Vinci Filippo Brunelleschi Queen Elizabeth Albrecht Durer nicolaus Copernicus Raphael Titan Andreas Vesalius The End of the Prezi by Cheyenne Fowler and Mary Green he was a philosapher Rapael was born on April 6, 1483-1520 (his birthday) like shakespeare titan lived through 1488-1576 was a painter and trained by two other painters and created beautiful landscape paintings she was also a very catholic person in fact Alexander IV gave her the nickname "I' Catolica meaning the Catholic he also blew Leonado da Vici off for a painting they were supposed to do together say because Michelangelo was a sculpter and was famous for sculpting images from the bible this is a sculpture of David he was born in 1475 and died in 1564 at the age of 90 and spoke italian (the poem was translated) he was known for the Heliocentrism and the Copernicus law first we had to learn a little more about each person as well he was an architect. here is the final seating arrangment decisions here is more information about Yan Van Eyck his exact birthday nor his language is known here are some of his works he had a wife (anne hataway) a daughter and twin boys he was born around 1390 and died around 1440 albert durer was also on the guest list he was born leonardo di vinci was born in 1452 and died in 1592 he wrote and spoke in latin the colony Virginia wasnamed after Quenn Elizabeth the first because one of her nick-names was the "virgin queen" though there are rumors that he was in love with a married women who possed for this picture as 'venus' we than got a note from Mr. Medici himself (read note) miguel was born in 1547 and died in 1616 he also likes reading and manuscriptsll he was a zoologist geography geologist paleontologist astronomist anatomist archetecture painter sculptorpp and engeniering he was as well a poet to here is an example (read poem) towards the end of his life he had financial problemsll was in the military and was very proud of that first on the guest list is Michelangelo and Nichauluas he was born in 1473 and deid in 1543 he knew that the sun was in the ceneter of the universe and found out other planets orbit Queen Isabella was known for treating the Americans just as she treated her own people in Spain Desiderius Erasmus was a philosopher who was born in 1466 and died in 1536 he also spoke latin. we also had to look up Lorenzo De Medici up to see who he should sit next to his death marked the end of the golden agell Galeilio Galeilei was a roman catholic to and spoke Latin he was born on Febuary 15, 1564 and died Jan 8, 1642 she was born on April 22, 1451 in Madrigal and died on Nov. 26 1504 spoke but english and spanish the following people were invited to the Famous Medici Gathering (read list) next of the list is cristopher colubus he was born in 1451 and deid in 1506 he spoke spanish, latin and italian Johannes is the next person on the list. he was born in 1398 and died in 1468 and spoke German he was born on January 1, 1449 and died April 9 1492 he spoke both spanish and english here is a fun fact for you los tratos de argel was his first play Queen Elizabeth Was born in 1533 and deid in 1603 her mother was exicuted by her father because she would not divorce him and move away to France with his disapointment of a child this is a picture of her mother her father was Henry Boylen who had a total of 6 wives in 1559 she reastablishe the English church she rever married and was very sad with that so she started wearing lots of powdery makeup and big red wigs but realized her beauty would not be restored do had all the mirrors in the palace he was a n Italian artist and archetect lived through 31 December 1514 – 15 October 1564 wrote a book on human anatomy and worked in other science feildsl he played a big part in the scientific revolution Queen Isabella filippo is the last person on the guest list he was born in 1377 in florence italy and died on april 15 1446 he was a trained sculptor and gold smith he invented the latern with help from michelangelo Medici gathering he was a flemish painter famous for painting a picture in a picture and was known as the father of oil painting first we put an invitation together for all of the guest here is an example this is a portrait of Michelangelo We got started up right away we ran into a problem when trying to plan the Magnificant dinner he was against marriage how should we seat the guest so there is no querriling and probobaly never heard of shakespeare Andreas Vesalius: and a Physcist Sandro Bottecelli was also invited and his language was italian he also was a painter. MANY books were written on him. he spoke spanish he had a wife who he

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