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Presentations

 
Student Name Historical Timelines Beginnings-1820
ZAINAB   ALMASOUD 1492 Christopher Columbus arrives in the Bahamas..
MARYAM M   ALI
FATEMAH A  ALKANDARI 1500 Native Americans populations begin to be ravaged by European diseases.
AYAH A   ALKHAMEES
JOZAH M   ALSAEEDI 1526 Spanish explorers bring first African slavesto South Carolina 
ESRAA   A H ALZAID 1607 Jamestown is established in Virginia 
SHOOQ A   ALHATEM
NARJES M   BEN NAKHY
GHALYAH N   ALGHANIM 1619 Twenty Africans arrive in Jamestown on a Dutch vessel as indentured servants
HAJER F   ALFARESI 1620 Mayflower drops anchor in Plymouth Harbor
SARAH W   ALOTHMAN
MARYAM M   ALENZI

Anfal Mohammed

1637 Pequot War
AISHAH FAISAL ALMUSALLAM 1675-76 King Philip's war destroys power of Native tribes in New England
AFNAN ABDULRAHMAN ALMUTAWAA
DANAH S   ABDULLAH 1692 Salem Witchcraft trials
NADA KH   ALHAMAZI
ASMAA A  ALSAIF 1726-56 The "Great Awakening"
KOWSAR MOHAMMAD KAZEM 1755-63 French and Indian Wars 
MARIAM ATIYA   DEHABASH 1773 Boston Tea Party
SARAH M   ALMUTAIRI 1775-83 War for American Independence 
HANAN M K A ALDAIHANI
NOOF M   ALBATANI 1812-14 Second war against England

 

 
 
 
 
Name  Literature Presentation Topics
Zainab Waleed  Dickinson’s “Because I could not stop for Death”
   
Kawther Mohammed   Realism  &  Twain’s "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"
Mariam AlEnzi   Mary E. Wilkins Freeman “The Revolt of  Mother” 
Nada Khaled  Charlotte Gilman “The Yellow Wall-paper”
   
Shoug AbdulAziz  Crane's " The Open Boat"+ Naturalism
   
Sara AlMuteiri + Mariam Atiya  Ezra Pound's "In a Station of the Metro" + Imagism
Fatma AlKanderi  T. S. Eliot’s “The Love Song of J. Alfred  Prufrock”
   T. S. Eliot’s “The Love Song of J. Alfred  Prufrock”
   The Harlem Renaissance and The Jazz Age
 Jozah AlSaeedi  Hurston's  "How it Feels to be Colored Me"
JozahAlSaeedi  Hurston "The Eatonville Anthology"
   
Dana Saleh  F. Scott Fitzgerald  “Winter Dreams” + The American  Dream
 Narjes Binnakhi  Langston Hughes’ “The Negro Speaks of   Rivers” +  The  Harlem Renaissance
Ghalya Naser  Hughes "Harlem: A Dream Deferred"
Mariam Hussein  Arthur Miller’s "Death of a Salesman"
 Sara Alothman  Arthur Miller’s "Death of a Salesman"
A'aya Alkhamees  Roethke’s “My Papa’s Waltz
Nouf AlKhaldi  Plath's "Daddy"
Manar AlMutairi  Plath's "Daddy"