U.S. History by Nancy White
  

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U.S. History by Nancy White

This book contains what you need to help your kids succeed in social studies. You know that how a child performs in the first six years of school has a profound influence on the rest of his or her life. That's why you're so eager to help your kids do the best they can in all the core subjects taught in grade school. Written by experts in primary school education, the Get Ready! for Social Studies series empowers you with the tools you need to help your grade-schoolers develop and hone the skills needed to perform at grade level, or better, in socialstudies-related subjects. The only comprehensive skill-building series of its kind, the Get Ready! for Social Studies series makes it easy for you to take a proactive role in your children's education and oversee their progress.Each grade-specific guide in this hands-on series corresponds to the content found in social studies curricula across the country. And each features expert tips, techniques, and practice exercises, in abundance, to bring students' classroom performance up to snuff, while also providing them with a head start in preparing for state-mandated tests. Ranging from pre-history to the current day, Get Ready! for Social Studies: U. S.History focuses on the United States - including the development of the free enterprise system - and its changing role over the past five centuries of world history.Only the Get Ready! for Social Studies series features: sample problems and practice exercises mirroring the content found in classrooms and on standardized tests; creative techniques for helping kids master grade-appropriate concepts; skill reviews after every section that help parents gauge kid's progress; final tests to assess performance levels and identify areas that still need work; and tables of state-mandated tests.Other volumes in the Get Ready! for Social Studies series include: Get Ready! for Social Studies: Book Reports, Essays, and Research Papers ; Get Ready! for Social Studies: Civics, Government, and Citizenship ; Get Ready! for Social Studies: Geography ; and, Get Ready! for Social Studies: World History . The contents include: Introduction; Prehistory; and Early Native American History before European Contact (30,000 B.C.-A.D.1 492); The Age of Exploration (1492-1609); Early Settlement and the Thirteen English Colonies (1607-1732); The Fight for Independence (1732-1783); The Birth of a New Nation (1781-1820); Westward Expansion (1803-1900); The Slavery Debate, Civil War, and Reconstruction (1820-1877); Industrialization and Immigration (1850-1920); War and U.S. Leadership (1914-1953); and the Modern United States (1950-present); Appendices; and Index.

About the Author

Nancy White is President of Nancy White Communications, Inc., an independent developer and author of school projects. She is a member of the American Book Producers Association, the Author's Guild, and the National Council of Teachers of English. Francine Weinberg has been an editor in educational publishing since 1967. She is a member of the National Council of Teachers of English and is the founder of Educational Lions, L.I.C.

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Paperback
180 pages

Author

Nancy White
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Publication date

1st March 2002

ISBN

9780071377638


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