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BIG IDEAS IN U.S. HISTORY

BIG IDEAS IN U.S. HISTORY

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By Michael Hutchison. From Enlightenment thinkers who inspired the Founding Fathers, to ideas about human equality espoused by those who fought for the rights of women and African Americans, to the classic "melting pot" and "tossed salad" metaphors describing immigration, this self-contained unit of study offers students a thought-provoking overview of how influential people and concepts have shaped American government, politics, economics, and society. Prepared by an experienced U.S. history teacher, the unit includes an approximately 125-slide PowerPoint® presentation on CD-ROM, complete lecture notes, a 20-question multiple-choice quiz, added discussion questions, extension activities, and an annotated list of websites. Grades 8–12. Social Studies School Service. ©2004.

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ZP108-WBSSS 9781560042068 PowerPoint® presentation $59.95
ZP108PP-WBSSS Downloadable PowerPoint presentation, teacher's guide (zip file; 37 MB) $59.95

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