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The American Vision, Student Edition

The American Vision, Student Edition

Grade Levels: 9 - 12
By McGraw-Hill Education
Copyright: 2010
Publication Date: January 21, 2009
MHID: 0078799848
ISBN 13: 9780078799846

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Address state standards in American history. This program integrates content and skills in each lesson, and prepares students for classroom and standardized examinations.

Invite students to participate in high-interest projects with hands-on History Simulations and Problem Solving activities that encourage them to see history through the eyes of the participants.


Key Features

Enhance reading and study skills with Foldables™. Foldables are unique student-made, three-dimensional graphic organizers that help students learn, retain, and review important information and concepts.

Promote social studies literacy, encourage the understanding of informational text, and help students become successful readers with research-based active reading strategies.

Step into the past with TIME Notebooks. Learn about everyday life in various periods and the “hot topics” of different eras.

Follow historic National Geographic Journeys that changed the face of the American landscape. Geography and History shows how geography and events intertwine to create the history of a location or nation.

The American Vision, Student Edition

Reading for Information Themes in American History Early American History

Review Test National Geographic Reference Atlas National Geographic

Geography Handbook Geographic Dictionary

Unit 1 Three Worlds Meet, Beginnings to 1763

Chapter 1 Converging Cultures: Prehistory to 1520

Chapter 2 Colonizing America, 1519-1732

Chapter 3 Colonial Ways of Life, 1607-1763

Unit 2 Creating a Nation, 1754 to 1816

Chapter 4 The American Revolution, 1754-1783

Special Section: The Text of the Declaration of Independence

Chapter 5 Creating a Constitution

Chapter 6 Federalists and Republicans, 1789-1816

Unit 3 The Young Republic, 1789-1850

Chapter 7 Growth and Division, 1816-1832

Chapter 8 The Spirit of Reform, 1828-1845

Chapter 9 Manifest Destiny, 1840-1848

Unit 4 The Crisis of Union, 1848-1877

Chapter 10 Sectional Conflict Intensifies, 1848-1860

Chapter 11 The Civil War, 1861-1865 Chapter 12 Reconstruction, 1865-1877

Unit 5 The Birth of Modern America, 1877-1900

Chapter 13 Settling the West, 1865-1900

Chapter 14 The Industrialization of America, 1865-1901

Chapter 15 Immigration, Urbanization, and Life in the United States, 1865-1896

Chapter 16 Politics and Reform, 1877-1896

Civics Handbook

The Constitution of the United States

Unit 6 Imperialism and Progressivism, 1890-1919

Chapter 17 Becoming a World Power, 1872-1912

Chapter 18 The Progressive Movement, 1890-1919

Chapter 19 World War I, 1914-1919

Unit 7 Boom and Bust, 1920-1941

Chapter 20 The Jazz Age, 1921-1929

Chapter 21 "Normalcy" and Good Times, 1921-1929

Chapter 22 The Great Depression Begins, 1929-1932

Chapter 23 Franklin Roosevelt and the New Deal, 1933-1939

Unit 8 Global Struggles, 1941 to 1960

Chapter 24 World in Flames, 1931-1941

Chapter 25 America and World War II, 1941-1945

Chapter 26 The Cold War Begins, 1945-60

Chapter 27 Post-War America, 1945-1960

Unit 9 A Time of Upheaval, 1954-1980

Chapter 28 The New Frontier and the Great Society, 1961-1968

Chapter 29 The Civil Rights Movement, 1954-1968

Chapter 30 The Vietnam War, 1954-1975

Chapter 31 The Politics of Protest, 1960-1980

Unit 10 A Changing Society, 1968-Present

Chapter 32 Politics and Economics, 1971-1980

Chapter 33 Resurgence of Conservatism, 1980-1992

Chapter 34 Into a New Century, 1992-Present

Appendix Presidents of the United States

Primary Sources Library Documents of American History

Supreme Court Case Summaries Glossary

Spanish Glossary

Index

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