I created my own lecture slides and converted them to Powerpoint on here, but I also supplied a link to the preferable Google Slides version. You don't need Google Slides to access this version as it works on the internet and doesn't require a specific program. The Powerpoint version includes learning targets for the chapter, learning targets for each section, essential vocabulary that I use at the beginning to help my English learners, review questions at the end of each section, and pictures. The Google Slides version includes all of that plus links to mostly Youtube, PBS.org, or History.com videos that you can play to reteach the content you just taught. The videos are engaging, informative, and supplemental. I will also be eventually updating the Google Slides (this will happen automatically to your version as well) version to include screencasts of my lectures. These lessons work great for in-class instruction, having a student review if they missed a day (they can read through the slides and watch the videos), and are nearly complete so that you don't have to figure out what to say for the lesson. These presentations are used in conjunction with AGS United States History, which I do not own the rights to as is the case with the pictures and videos used in my lecture slides. However, one does not have to have the textbook to take advantage of these resources since I include all the necessary information, supplemental videos, vocabulary, and quizzes. My students are freshmen and sophomores with special needs or are English language learners, but that does not mean the information is limited to them. I simply make sure that I make materials that all students can benefit from.