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U.S. History: People and Events 1607-1865 Resource Book, Grade 6-12, Paperback

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The Mark Twain U.S. History: People and Events 1607–1865 social studies book highlights the decisions and events that have played an important part in shaping America during that time. This middle school history book includes profiles of the people who made those decisions and a timeline of events. U.S. History: People and Events takes your students on a journey through America's past and challenges them with activities to spark discussion and deepen their understanding for how America came to be. These activities include: • map analysis • discussion questions • graphic organizers • research opportunities Mark Twain Media Publishing Company proudly creates engaging supplemental books and decorations for middle-grade and upper-grade classrooms. Designed by leading educators, Mark Twain products cover a range of subjects, including science, language arts, fine arts, government, social studies, history, character, and conduct.

Key Features :

i : Focuses on people and events from the arrival of the Mayflower to the end of the Civil War
ii : Biographical sketches include thorough background information about the subjects' lives and times
iii : Each lesson includes a time line to help place events in perspective
iv : Perfect as a full unit or a classroom supplement
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