American Pageant Guided Reading (Version 1.0) contains 300 pages of big picture themes, key identifications and guided reading questions for chapters #1-40 The American Pageant (Houghton Mifflin, 13th Edition, 2005).
This popular workbook format is designed to provide predictable and manageable homework assignments for students studying AP United States History. In order to cover the content efficiently and effectively, this work book guides students through the course, providing the foundation necessary to fuel class discussions and complement instructor lectures.
This bundle also contains the APUSH teacher workbook answer key with over 300 pages of key identifications (defined), as well as detailed answers to over 800 guided readings questions for Chapters #1-40 of The American Pageant (Houghton Mifflin, 13th Edition, 2005). The answer key is designed to consolidate 500 pages of text into a 4-5 page chapter summaries of essential content for teachers preparing lessons and assessments in their Advanced Placement US History course.
As a bonus feature, this bundle includes a copy of the Ultimate U.S. History Clip list to help teachers have instant access to U.S. History videos.
TAB #1 (Clips) Nearly 200 clips aligned with U.S. History topics. In addition to topical clips from industry standards like the History Channel, BBC and PBS, you can access relevant movie trailers, movie clips, student projects and music videos. Each clip is further cataloged by length, topic, type, and contains links to my class lecture notes. The Ultimate U.S. History Clip list is a database organized in 5 searchable Tabs
TAB #2(Movies and Documentaries): This tab contains links to full length movies and docs currently available on YouTube
TAB #3 (College Courses): This tab has links to four of my favorite history courses on YouTube
TAB #4 (Series) Easy access to my favorite series currently on YouTube. Covering current events programs such as HBO’s VICE to the ground breaking ABC News program – The Century America’s Time.
TAB #5 A collection of quick links to some of the best YouTube channels for American history teachers