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Chang, Chemistry, AP Edition, ©2023, 14e
Fully updated for lock-step alignment to the AP Chemistry Framework, this new edition retains a beloved traditional approach that balances rigorous college-level content with accessible and inspiring instruction designed for today's students. The program boasts a straightforward writing style, a strong focus on problem-solving strategies, and stunning artwork that grants students visual insight into topics and applications.
New Features for AP Success
- The program launches with a rigorous introduction to AP Units and Science Practices, providing key context for upcoming material.
- AP Chapter Openers, Chapter Summaries, and AP Chapter Reviews distill the most important content and concepts.
- A unique program design provides visually links each chapters to the AP Chemistry Curriculum Framework.
- Thinking Critically prompts accompany boxed features to provide opportunities for students to demonstrate their reasoning skills.
- Step-by-step example questions and guided practice problems highlight intermediate steps in problem solving.
- An AP Teacher Manual, available in print and online, includes classroom activities, pacing guides, lab activities, AP test banks, practice exams, and directives for using the AP Chemistry Laboratory Manual.
- A robust digital platform includes SmartBook, an AP Unit Review eBooks, AP test prep, and practice exams.
- Introduction to AP Chemistry
- Atoms, Ions, and Molecules
- Mass Relationships in Chemical Reactions
- Reactions in Aqueous Solutions
- Quantum Theory and the Electronic Structure of Atoms
- Periodic Relationships Among the Elements
- Compounds and Bonding
- Structure and Bonding Theories
- Intermolecular Forces and Liquids and Solids
- Physical Properties of Solutions
- Chemical Kinetics
- Chemical Equilibrium
- Acids and Bases
- Acid-Base Equilibria and Solubility Equilibria
- Entropy, Gibbs Energy, and Equilibrium
- Nuclear Chemistry
- Chemistry in the Atmosphere
- Metallurgy and the Chemistry of Metals
- Nonmetallic Elements and Their Compounds
- Coordination Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Synthetic and Natural Organic Polymers
Bentley, Traditions & Encounters: A Global Perspective on the Past, AP Edition, ©2023, 7e
The 7th edition of Traditions & Encounters: A Global Perspective on the Past fully aligns with the AP World History: Modern Framework and supports mastery of knowledge and skills students require for success in the course and on the AP Exam. Accessible to students at all levels, the narrative is brought to life through compelling features, rich visuals, images, and graphics.
Retaining the text's thematic perspective and informed by the most recent scholarship, Traditions & Encounters has been organized to reflect the chronological time periods, historical thinking skills, and reasoning processes in the AP Framework.
- A new introductory chapter presents a thematic overview of world history before 1200 to provide context.br>
- Connections are presented to illustrate continuities and changes across time periods.
- Students are led to analyze historical sources and evidence as they interpret, draw inferences from, and evaluate a variety of primary and secondary sources, and gain an understanding of the context and connections among events.
- End of Part document-based questions presents 7 text and visual sources from the Part time frame that represent multiple contexts and perspectives for students to analyze and synthesize.
- AP-style practice and AP test prep match the question type, style, and rigor of the Exam.
- The AP Teacher Manual, available in print and online, supports teaching the themes and skills within the Modern time span.
Powerful Digital Resources and AP-Aligned Instruction
- Online study tools engage students and personalize the learning for AP success. The dynamic digital resources include:
- An eBook and SmartBook® with instruction and assessments that reflect the Framework’s timespan and themes.
- Targeted recommendations that focus students on concepts and content that require additional study.
- Coverage and activities that focus on pre-1200 time periods to prepare students for the start date of the World History: Modern curriculum.
- A Primary Source Library, organized by chapter, for in-depth analysis and interpretation.
- AP-style test practice that reflects the actual Exam and real-time progress reports to help students monitor their own progress.
Part 1: The Global Tapestry and Networks of Exchange (1200-1450)
Chapter 1: The Resurgence of Empire in East Asia
Chapter 2: The Expansive Realm of Islam
Chapter 3: India and the Indian Ocean Basin
Chapter 4: Eastern and Western Europe in the Early Medieval Period
Chapter 5: Nomadic Empires and Eurasian Integration
Chapter 6: States and Societies of Sub-Saharan Africa
Chapter 7: The Increasing Integration of Europe with the Wider World
Chapter 8: Worlds Apart: The Americas and Oceania
Part 2: Land-Based Empires and Transoceanic Empires (1450-1750)
Chapter 9: Expanding Horizons of Cross-Cultural Interaction
Chapter 10: Transoceanic Encounters and Global Connections
Chapter 11: The Transformation of Europe
Chapter 12: The Integration of the Americas and Oceania with the Wider World
Chapter 13: Africa and the Atlantic World
Chapter 14: Tradition and Change in East Asia
Chapter 15: Empires in the South and Southwest
Part 3: Revolutions and Consequences of Industrialization (1750-1900)
Chapter 16: Revolutions and National States in the Atlantic World
Chapter 17: The Making of Industrial Society
Chapter 18: The Americas in the Age of Independence
Chapter 19: Societies at Crossroads
Chapter 20: The Apex of Global Empire Building
Part 4: Global Conflict, Cold War and Decolonization, and Globalization (1900 to present)
Chapter 21: The Great War: The World in Upheaval
Chapter 22: Anxieties and Experiments in Postwar Europe and the United States
Chapter 23: Revolutionaries and Nationalists in the Colonial and Neocolonial World
Chapter 24: New Conflagrations: World War II and the Cold War
Chapter 25: The End of Empire in an Era of Cold War
Chapter 26: Into the Twenty-First Century