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The Era of the Civil War & Reconstruction (1860-1877)The Era of the Civil War & Reconstruction (1860-1877)
Kathy Sammis
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History is more multifaceted, complex, and non-linear than standard textbooks would have students believe. Walch's Focus on US History series will encourage students to actually think about history, rather than regurgitating a simple set of concrete facts. Creative activities will extend and reinforce any American history curriculum through thought-provoking, analytical activities.

The Era of Civil War & Reconstruction 1860-1877 covers political parties, the Confederate Constitution, the Emancipation Proclamation, the life of a soldier, the Reconstruction amendments, the Ku Klux Klan, the Compromise of 1877, and more.

Divided into four chronological and thematic sections that are guided by the National Standards for History, each unit includes a teacher guide and student background page in addition to student activity worksheets. Reading selections draw from primary document sources as well as contemporary material designed to help students with decision-making comprehension, comparative skills, map skills, and interdisciplinary connections. Teacher guide sections provide an overview of the unit, objectives, and specific teaching suggestions for each activity. Assessment questions are included in the back of the book with the answer key.

113 pages reproducible for a single teacher. Answer key, glossary, and additional resource list included. Grades 7-11.
     


 
The Era of Colonization & Settlement (1600's-1760's)The Era of Colonization & Settlement (1600's-1760's)
Kathy Sammis
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History is more multifaceted, complex, and non-linear than standard textbooks would have students believe. Walch's Focus on US History series will encourage students to actually think about history, rather than regurgitating a simple set of concrete facts. Creative activities will extend and reinforce any American history curriculum through thought-provoking, analytical activities.

The Era of Colonization and Settlement 1600s-1760s covers the early colonists (Dutch, Spanish, French & English), colonial conflict and contact between Native people and colonists, Bacon's Rebellion, the rise of individualism, religious freedom, social & cultural life, the colonial economy, and the rise of slavery.

Divided into four chronological and thematic sections that are guided by the National Standards for History, each unit includes a teacher guide and student background page in addition to student activity worksheets. Reading selections draw from primary document sources as well as contemporary material designed to help students with decision-making comprehension, comparative skills, map skills, and interdisciplinary connections. Teacher guide sections provide an overview of the unit, objectives, and specific teaching suggestions for each activity. Assessment questions are included in the back of the book with the answer key.

113 pages reproducible for a single teacher. Answer key, glossary, and additional resource list included. Grades 7-11.
     


 
The Era of Early Civilizations and EmpiresThe Era of Early Civilizations and Empires
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Explore the beginnings of human society and trace the rise and fall of great empires and civilizations. Topics include:
  • Early human communities
  • Emergence of agricultural societies
  • Civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt, the Indus Valley, and Greece
  • The great empires of Persia, China, India, and Rome
  • The emergence of major religions
Grade level: 7-11. 140 pages.
     

 
The Era of Expanding Exchange and EncounterThe Era of Expanding Exchange and Encounter
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Witness the spread of the world's major religions and the exchange of goods and ideas around the world. Topics include:
  • The fall of major empires in Rome and China
  • The emergence and spreading of Islamic civilization
  • Growth of major religions
  • Trade and travel around the world
  • Rise of civilizations in Mesoamerica and South America
Grade level: 7-12. 154 pages.
     

 
The Era of Expanding Global ConnectionsThe Era of Expanding Global Connections
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Investigate an era of exciting interchange between and creativity in Africa, Asia, and Europe. Topics include:
  • Expanding exchanges and cultures of Asia
  • European culture and society redefined
  • Africa south of the Sahara
  • States and civilizations in the Americas
Grade level: 7-12. 146 pages.
     

 
The Era of Expansion & Reform (1800-1860)The Era of Expansion & Reform (1800-1860)
Kathy Sammis
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History is more multifaceted, complex, and non-linear than standard textbooks would have students believe. Walch's Focus on US History series will encourage students to actually think about history, rather than regurgitating a simple set of concrete facts. Creative activities will extend and reinforce any American history curriculum through thought-provoking, analytical activities.

The Era of Expansion & Reform (1800-1860) covers territorial expansion, Native Americans and the westward movement, the growing economy, African Americans and the growth of slavery, politics, reform movements, and the national culture.

Divided into four chronological and thematic sections that are guided by the National Standards for History, each unit includes a teacher guide and student background page in addition to student activity worksheets. Reading selections draw from primary document sources as well as contemporary material designed to help students with decision-making comprehension, comparative skills, map skills, and interdisciplinary connections. Teacher guide sections provide an overview of the unit, objectives, and specific teaching suggestions for each activity. Assessment questions are included in the back of the book with the answer key.

113 pages reproducible for a single teacher. Answer key, glossary, and additional resource list included. Grades 7-11.
     


 
The Era of Exploration & Discovery (to 1600's)The Era of Exploration & Discovery (to 1600's)
Kathy Sammis
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History is more multifaceted, complex, and non-linear than standard textbooks would have students believe. Walch's Focus on US History series will encourage students to actually think about history, rather than regurgitating a simple set of concrete facts. Creative activities will extend and reinforce any American history curriculum through thought-provoking, analytical activities.

The Era of Exploration & Discovery covers the Americas and the early Americans, African roots, Western Europe, the early explorers, and Spain and Portugal in the Americas.

Divided into four chronological and thematic sections that are guided by the National Standards for History, each unit includes a teacher guide and student background page in addition to student activity worksheets. Reading selections draw from primary document sources as well as contemporary material designed to help students with decision-making comprehension, comparative skills, map skills, and interdisciplinary connections. Teacher guide sections provide an overview of the unit, objectives, and specific teaching suggestions for each activity. Assessment questions are included in the back of the book with the answer key.

119 pages reproducible for a single teacher. Answer key, glossary, and additional resource list included. Grades 7-11.
     


 
The Era of Industrial Growth and Foreign Expansion (1865-1900)The Era of Industrial Growth and Foreign Expansion (1865-1900)
Kathy Sammis
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History is more multifaceted, complex, and non-linear than standard textbooks would have students believe. Walch's Focus on US History series will encourage students to actually think about history, rather than regurgitating a simple set of concrete facts. Creative activities will extend and reinforce any American history curriculum through thought-provoking, analytical activities.

The Era of Industrial Growth & Foreign Expansion (1865-1900) covers big businesses, the opening of the west, the changing society, politics, economics, social issues, the Native-American experience, expansion, and foreign policy.

Divided into four chronological and thematic sections that are guided by the National Standards for History, each unit includes a teacher guide and student background page in addition to student activity worksheets. Reading selections draw from primary document sources as well as contemporary material designed to help students with decision-making comprehension, comparative skills, map skills, and interdisciplinary connections. Teacher guide sections provide an overview of the unit, objectives, and specific teaching suggestions for each activity. Assessment questions are included in the back of the book with the answer key.

119 pages reproducible for a single teacher. Answer key, glossary, and additional resource list included. Grades 7-11.
     


 
The Era of Modernization Through the 1930's (1900-1930s)The Era of Modernization Through the 1930's (1900-1930s)
Kathy Sammis
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History is more multifaceted, complex, and non-linear than standard textbooks would have students believe. Walch's Focus on US History series will encourage students to actually think about history, rather than regurgitating a simple set of concrete facts. Creative activities will extend and reinforce any American history curriculum through thought-provoking, analytical activities.

The Era of Modernization through the 1930s (1900-1930s) covers the Progressive Era, the United States and world affairs, the roaring twenties, the Great Depression, and the new deal.

Divided into four chronological and thematic sections that are guided by the National Standards for History, each unit includes a teacher guide and student background page in addition to student activity worksheets. Reading selections draw from primary document sources as well as contemporary material designed to help students with decision-making comprehension, comparative skills, map skills, and interdisciplinary connections. Teacher guide sections provide an overview of the unit, objectives, and specific teaching suggestions for each activity. Assessment questions are included in the back of the book with the answer key.

115 pages reproducible for a single teacher. Answer key, glossary, and additional resource list included. Grades 7-11.
     


 
The Era of Revolution & Nation Forming (1760's-1800)The Era of Revolution & Nation Forming (1760's-1800)
Kathy Sammis
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History is more multifaceted, complex, and non-linear than standard textbooks would have students believe. Walch's Focus on US History series will encourage students to actually think about history, rather than regurgitating a simple set of concrete facts. Creative activities will extend and reinforce any American history curriculum through thought-provoking, analytical activities.

The Era of Revolution & Nation-Forming 1760s-1800 covers the Peace of Paris, the Declaration of Independence, women in Revolutionary America, separation of powers, the Bill of Rights, the Sedition Act, and more.

Divided into four chronological and thematic sections that are guided by the National Standards for History, each unit includes a teacher guide and student background page in addition to student activity worksheets. Reading selections draw from primary document sources as well as contemporary material designed to help students with decision-making comprehension, comparative skills, map skills, and interdisciplinary connections. Teacher guide sections provide an overview of the unit, objectives, and specific teaching suggestions for each activity. Assessment questions are included in the back of the book with the answer key.

115 pages reproducible for a single teacher. Answer key, glossary, and additional resource list included. Grades 7-11.
     


 
The Era of World War 2 Through Contemporary Times (1939-present)The Era of World War 2 Through Contemporary Times (1939-present)
Kathy Sammis
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History is more multifaceted, complex, and non-linear than standard textbooks would have students believe. Walch's Focus on US History series will encourage students to actually think about history, rather than regurgitating a simple set of concrete facts. Creative activities will extend and reinforce any American history curriculum through thought-provoking, analytical activities.

The Era of World War II Through Contemporary Times (1939-present) covers the United States and World War II, foreign policy and the Cold War, the postwar United States, civil rights and equal rights, and contemporary times.

Divided into four chronological and thematic sections that are guided by the National Standards for History, each unit includes a teacher guide and student background page in addition to student activity worksheets. Reading selections draw from primary document sources as well as contemporary material designed to help students with decision-making comprehension, comparative skills, map skills, and interdisciplinary connections. Teacher guide sections provide an overview of the unit, objectives, and specific teaching suggestions for each activity. Assessment questions are included in the back of the book with the answer key.

121 pages reproducible for a single teacher. Answer key, glossary, and additional resource list included. Grades 7-11.
     


 

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