History/Social Studies Collection


Description

Rigorous nonfiction content in this unique collection provides students with models for identifying key ideas and details, determining aspects of craft and structure, developing proficiency in reading a range of complex texts, and integrating ideas across the subjects of history and social studies. The collection offers a wealth of opportunities to gain and apply knowledge through higher-order skills required for college and career readiness.
A New World Power: America from 1920 to 1945
America Between the Civil War and the 20th Century: 1865 to 1900
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Greece
Ancient Rome
Democracy
Early Civilizations of the Americas
Forms of Government and the Rise of Democracy
Key Figures of the Korean War
Key Figures of the Vietnam War
Key Figures of the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
Key Figures of World War I
Key Figures of World War II
Mesopotamia
Political Parties, Interest Groups, and Elections
Political Systems, Structures, and Functions
Slavery in America
The 100 Most Influential Military Leaders of All Time
The 100 Most Influential Religious Leaders of All Time
The American Revolution
The American Revolution
The Civil Rights Era
The Civil War
The Civil War and Reconstruction Eras
The Cold War
The French Revolution, Napoleon, and the Republic: Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité
The Great Depression
The Growth of a Superpower: America from 1945 to Today
The Post–Cold War World
The Russian Revolution: The Fall of the Tsars and the Rise of Communism
The Science and Philosophy of Politics
U.S. Imperialism and Progressivism: 1896 to 1920
World War I
World War II



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