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MODERN AMERICAN AND WORLD TEACHER GUIDE

$26.95

Explore one of the most dynamic periods of history in our Modern American and World course that covers the American Civil War up to modern day! Read engaging literature to learn about the events that led to the Civil War, Reconstruction, the turn of the century, both World Wars, Civil Rights, Korean War, Vietnam War, and contemporary America. Study notes provided will cover historical figures like the Wright brothers, Teddy Roosevelt, Gladys Aylward, George Washington Carver, Frederick Douglass, Sergeant York, Jackie Robinson and many others.

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Description

Author: Rea Berg & Jonathan Crabtree
Recommended For: Intermediate and Advanced (5th through 8th grade)

This teacher guide, designed for 5-8th grade, will make teaching this literature-rich study easy by providing detailed background information, study notes, comprehension and discussion questions, writing assignments, website links, a Timeline for a fun hands-on activity, and recommended supplemental literature. Organized into easily followed lessons, students and parents will learn the modern history of our nation along with poetry, geography, and character studies.

This is the perfect follow-up to those who have already completed our Early American Intermediate course. This study uses the second-half of A Child’s First Book of American History by Earl Schenck Miers as well as a host of new and classic literature.

•This study contains 116 lessons.
•Complete 3-4 lessons per week for a one-year study.

*Be sure to download the free picture packet that accompanies this study. These are coloring pictures referenced in the Teacher Guide.

Want to see more? Click here to download a free sample!

  • ISBN: 9781893103573
  • Pages: 96
  • Media: Paperback

Additional information

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 11 × 8.5 × .5 in