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UNITED STATES HISTORY 2010 READING NOTETAKING STUDY GUIDE SURVEY GRADE 11/12 Prentice Hall

UNITED STATES HISTORY 2010 READING NOTETAKING STUDY GUIDE SURVEY GRADE 11/12

Prentice Hall

Published January 23rd 2009
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Prentice Hall United States History 2010 US History: Survey Edition Developed to meet the needs of courses covering Origins of a New Nation to the present.Connect, Experience, Understand Prentice Hall United States History (High School) providesMore Prentice Hall United States History ©2010 US History: Survey Edition Developed to meet the needs of courses covering Origins of a New Nation to the present.Connect, Experience, Understand Prentice Hall United States History (High School) provides content that connects students to history by helping them explore enduring issues of American History through the American Issues Connector feature, the Reading and Notetaking Study Guide with American Issues Journal, and online Web Quests.This highly acclaimed US History program provides tools & textbooks that enable students to experience history through stunning visuals, the Experience It! Multimedia Pack, and chapter-by-chapter project-based assignments.Prentice Hall United States History enables students to succeed on the high-stakes standardized assessments with a variety of progress monitoring tools, textbook chapter assessments, and Success Tracker™--benchmark testing which provides remediation.The Pearson AdvantageUpdated ContentProgram includes the 2008 Presidential Election, Iraq War, the international credit crisis, the global economy, and environmental issues.Award-winning authorshipAuthors Lapsansky-Werner, Levy, Roberts, Pulitzer Prize winner Taylor and Grant Wiggins, co-author of Understanding By Design, inspire todays students by presenting our nations history as a continuing drama.Focus on enduring issues with the Essential QuestionsOur unique American Issues Connector with Essential Questions explores enduring issues that continue to shape our nations history while encouraging students to think critically.