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From homeschooling parent James Stobaugh, American History: Observations and Assessments from Early Cultures to Today provides a comprehensive overview of "new world" history. This high-school level student textbook covers all aspects of Euro-American history, from Columbus' landing through the political debates that shape the landscape today.
Thirty-four chapters each include five daily lessons which take approximately 20-30 minutes each. A short reading is followed by critical thinking questions; an exam is given on the last day of the week. Background information, Bloom's Taxonomy-based questions, concepts, biographical sketches, historical debate updates, worldview notes, and history overview components work together to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of historiographical material from a Christian perspective.
Lessons are one-page and easy-to-read with bl ack-and-white photographs integrated throughout; critical thinking assignments are given in the bottom corner. This student book contains only the lesson summaries and assignments.
The teacher's guide is organized by chapter and lesson; the assignment questions are repeated with the suggested correct answers underneath. An exam key, often comprised of two questions and answers, is also provided for Day 5 of each week. Chapter exams (the same exams given for day 5 throughout the book) are all listed in the back with point values assigned for each.
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Vendor: Master Books
Publication Date: 2016
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