U.S. History Full Year Bundle Instructional Videos, Nonfiction Texts + Timeline

U.S. History Full Year Bundle Instructional Videos, Nonfiction Texts + Timeline
U.S. History Full Year Bundle Instructional Videos, Nonfiction Texts + Timeline
U.S. History Full Year Bundle Instructional Videos, Nonfiction Texts + Timeline
U.S. History Full Year Bundle Instructional Videos, Nonfiction Texts + Timeline
U.S. History Full Year Bundle Instructional Videos, Nonfiction Texts + Timeline
U.S. History Full Year Bundle Instructional Videos, Nonfiction Texts + Timeline
U.S. History Full Year Bundle Instructional Videos, Nonfiction Texts + Timeline
U.S. History Full Year Bundle Instructional Videos, Nonfiction Texts + Timeline
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    U.S. History Full Year Bundle (40% OFF)!

    5 free products!

    Instead of boring lectures that students tune out, introduce or review EVERY U.S. History standard from the Civil War to 21st Century with 750 engaging videos and nonfiction passages for NO PREP mini-lessons, bell ringers, sub lesson plans, or guided and independent practice reading response activities (clickable URL links included)!

    750 U.S. History videos and printable informational texts to replace traditional mini-lessons or lectures (URL videos and nonfiction articles included) - for a Civil War to Current Events Complete Curriculum.

    DIRECTIONS: Click and play the relevant video link on your class projector or SmartBoard to start class with an engaging instructional video instead of a traditional mini lesson or lecture. Print or project the relevant "Further Reading" informational text link for no prep guided or independent practice reading response activities. Students simply fill in the included graphic organizer to write a synopsis or memory device to remember important details from the video and/or text. For blended learning classrooms, copy and paste the link onto your student’s handout or Google Classroom materials - for students to access the link directly. All video links are “safeYouTube” links that never expire and can be used in schools that do not allow YouTube.

    750 Videos & Nonfiction Texts to Replace U.S. History Mini-Lessons and Lectures!

    13 Product Bundle (5 free products)!!

    1. Civil War and Reconstruction
    2. Industrial Revolution
    3. Imperialism and Westward Expansion
    4. World War I
    5. Post-WWI
    6. Great Depression, Dust Bowl and New Deal
    7. Prohibition
    8. Harlem Renaissance
    9. World War II
    10. Cold War, Korean War, Vietnam War
    11. Civil Rights Movement
    12. End of 20th Century (1980s and 1990s)
    13. 21st Century (2000 - Present)

    Products include relevant Social Studies standards, suggested pacing guide for traditional and block classes, along with instructional videos, informational texts and student graphic organizers with space to jot down important details and memory devices (printable or Google Classroom compatible).

    See detailed list of the video and nonfiction text topics included in each product below!

    21st Century

    · Climate Change

    · Human Rights Violations

    · Kyoto Protocol

    · AIDS

    · Green Revolution

    · United Nations

    · Electoral College

    · Terrorism

    · Jihad

    · Social Media

    · Youth Vote

    · Recession

    · 2000 Election

    · 2008 Election

    · Al Gore

    · George Bush

    · No Child Left Behind

    · Tax Cuts

    · Medicare B

    · Hurricane Katrina

    · Homeland Security

    · Patriot Act

    · Al-Qaeda

    · Osama Bin Laden

    · World Trade Center

    · Pentagon

    · Saddam Hussein

    · Colin Powell

    · Afghanistan and Iraq Wars

    · Nancy Pelosi

    · Hillary Clinton

    · Barack Obama

    · Health Care Reform

    · Internet

    · Nanotechnology

    · Electronic Trading

    · Globalization

    · Free Trade

    · Outsourcing

    · Downsizing

    · Aging of America

    · Immigration

    · Bill Gates

    · Steve Jobs

    · Group of Eight (G-8)

    · Social Security

    End of 20th Century

    · Dark Horse

    · Boycott

    · Human Rights

    · Stagflation

    · Misery Index

    · OPEC

    · Oil Embargo

    · Ayatollah Khomeini

    · Iran Hostage Crisis

    · Camp David Accords

    · Olympic Boycott

    · Conservatism

    · Liberalism

    · Right Wing vs. Left Wing

    · Supply-Side Economics

    · Free Enterprise

    · Deregulation

    · Reverse Discrimination

    · Peace Through Strength

    · Strategic Defense Initiative

    · Glasnost and Perestroika

    · Reagan Democrats

    · Moral Majority

    · Great Communicator

    · Milton Friedman

    · Alan Greenspan

    · Berlin Wall

    · Grenada

    · Iran-Contra Affair

    · Reagan Doctrine

    · Mikhail Gorbachev

    · Boris Yeltsin

    · Margaret Thatcher

    · Lech Walesa

    · Pope John Paul II

    · Afghanistan

    · Free Trade

    · NAFTA

    · Panama

    · Manuel Noriega

    · Operation Desert Shield/Storm

    · Impeachment

    · Ross Perot

    · Health Care Reform

    · Welfare Reform

    · Contract with America

    · Family and Medical Leave Act

    · WTO

    · Bosnia

    · Kosovo

    · Rwanda

    · Madeline Albright

    · PLO

    · Oslo Accords

    Civil Rights Movement

    - Suburbia

    - Baby Boom

    - Teenagers

    - TV Culture

    - White Flight

    - Urban Renewal

    - GI Bill of Rights

    - Federal Highway Act of 1956

    - The Silent Generation

    - Beat Generation

    - Billy Graham

    - Fulton Sheen

    - American Bandstand

    - Chuck Berry

    - Elvis Presley

    - Levittown

    - New Frontier

    - Great Society

    - Welfare

    - Entitlements

    - Television Debates

    - Tax Cuts

    - Peace Corps

    - Warren Commission

    - Medicare

    - Medicaid

    - Head Start

    - Mapp v. Ohio

    - Gideon v. Wainright

    - Miranda v. Arizona

    - Segregation

    - Passive Resistance

    - Black Power

    - Integration

    - Busing

    - Social Activism

    - Affirmative Action

    - Thurgood Marshall

    - NAACP

    - Harry T. Moore

    - Brown v. Board of Education

    - Charles Houston

    - Roy Wilkins

    - Little Rock Nine

    - Rosa Parks

    - Martin Luther King Jr.

    - Bus Boycotts (Montgomery & Tallahassee)

    - National Urban League

    - Whitney M. Young

    - Philip Randolph

    - March on Washington

    - Sit-ins

    - SCLC

    - James Farmer

    - CORE

    - Freedom Rides

    - Constance Baker Motley

    - James Meredith

    - Fannie Lou Hamer

    - Freedom Summer

    - SNCC

    - Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg

    - Stokely Carmichael

    - H. Rap Brown

    - Civil Rights Act of 1964

    - Voting Rights Act of 1965

    - Malcolm X

    - Nation of Islam

    - Robert F. Williams

    - Huey Newton

    - Bobby Seale

    - Black Panthers

    - Regents of the University of California v. Bakke

    - Women in the Work Force

    - Feminism

    - Social Activism

    - Counterculture

    - The Feminine Mystique

    - NOW

    - Betty Freidan

    - Roe v. Wade

    - Equal Rights Amendment

    - Phyllis Schlafly

    - Title IX

    - Gloria Steinem

    - Billie Jean King

    - Cesar Chavez

    - UFW

    - AIM

    - Indian Civil Rights Act-1968

    - Hippies

    - Wage Controls

    - Price Controls

    - Fiat Money

    - Benign Neglect

    - Executive Privilege

    - Freedom of the Press

    - Checks and Balances

    - Robert Kennedy

    - Hubert Humphrey

    - Chicago Convention

    - Silent Majority

    - Southern Strategy

    - George Wallace

    - EPA

    - Pentagon Papers

    - Watergate Scandal

    - New York Times v. Sullivan

    - New York Times v. US (1971)

    - Immigration

    - Migration

    - Disney

    - Citrus Industry

    - Cattle Ranching

    - Aerospace industry

    - NASA

    - Highway Construction

    Cold War, Vietnam War, Korean War

    - Cold War

    - Self-Determination

    - Satellites

    - Capitalism / Free Enterprise

    - Communism

    - Socialism

    - United Nations

    - Dumbarton Oaks Conference

    - Mary McLeod Bethune

    - Declaration of Human Rights

    - Yalta & Potsdam Conferences

    - Containment

    - Truman Doctrine

    - Domino Theory

    - Proxy War Brinkmanship

    - Massive Retaliation

    - Nuclear Proliferation

    - Marshall Plan

    - Iron Curtain

    - Berlin Blockade

    - Berlin Airlift

    - NATO

    - Warsaw Pact

    - CIA

    - KGB

    - Mao Zedong

    - Communist China

    - 38th Parallel & Korean War

    - Douglas McArthur

    - Panmunjom

    - SEATO

    - Red Scare

    - McCarthyism

    - Blacklist

    - Space Race

    - U2 Spy Plane

    - Sputnik

    - NASA

    - Loyalty Review Boards

    - HUAC

    - McCarran Acts

    - Ethel & Julius Rosenberg

    - Alger Hiss

    - Joseph McCarthy

    - Francis Gary Powers

    - John Glenn

    - Neil Armstrong

    - Apollo Program

    - Political Asylum

    - Kennedy Doctrine

    - Peaceful Coexistence

    - John F. Kennedy

    - Nikita Khruschev

    - Fidel Castro

    - Domino Theory

    - Nuclear Proliferation

    - Vietnam War

    - Vietnamization

    - Guerrilla Warfare

    - Mass Media

    - Peace with Honor

    - Superpower

    - Realpolitik

    - Détente

    - Ping Pong Diplomacy

    - Indochina

    - Ho Chi Minh

    - Gulf of Tonkin Incident

    - Gulf of Tonkin Resolution

    - The Draft

    - Tet Offensive

    - Doves and Hawks

    - Kent State Massacre

    - Paris Peace Accords

    - Demilitarized Zone (DMZ)

    - War Powers Act

    - 26th Amendment

    - Henry Kissinger

    - SALT I Treaty

    World War II

    1. Appeasement

    2. Nationalism

    3. Totalitarianism

    4. Fascism

    5. Nazism

    6. Joseph Stalin

    7. Benito Mussolini

    8. Francisco Franco

    9. Adolf Hitler

    10. Mein Kampf

    11. Hideki Tojo

    12. Holocaust

    13. Genocide

    14. Relocation & Ghettos

    15. Anti-Semitism

    16. Final Solution

    17. Kristallnacht

    18. Auschwitz

    19. SS St. Louis

    20. Nuremburg

    21. Laws / Trials

    22. Isolationism

    23. Neutrality

    24. Neutrality Acts

    25. Allies

    26. Axis Powers

    27. Unconditional Surrender

    28. FDR

    29. “Cash-and-Carry” Policy

    30. Lend-Lease Act

    31. Winston Churchill

    32. Atlantic Charter

    33. Pearl Harbor

    34. Coral Sea

    35. Midway

    36. Tehran Conference

    37. Normandy

    38. D-Day

    39. Battle of the Bulge

    40. V-E Day

    41. Manhattan Project

    42. Hiroshima

    43. Nagasaki

    44. V-J Day

    45. Total War

    46. Rationing

    47. Recycling

    48. Japanese Internment & Relocation

    49. Double V Campaign

    50. Mosquito Fleet

    51. U-Boats

    52. Construction of Military Bases and Training Facilities

    53. War Production Board

    54. Rosie the Riveter

    55. Tuskegee Airmen

    56. 442nd Regimental Combat Team

    57. Navajo Code Talkers

    Great Depression, Dust Bowl and New Deal

    · Depression

    · Stock Market Crash

    · Buying on Margin Speculation

    · Bank Failure

    · Black Tuesday

    · Hawley-Smoot Tariff

    · Drought

    · Erosion

    · Unemployment

    · The Federal Reserve

    · Progressive Era

    · Dust Bowl

    · Okies

    · Shantytowns

    · Hoovervilles

    · Bread Lines

    · Dorothea Lange

    · John Collier

    · Scottsboro Case

    · Reconstruction Finance Corporation

    · Federal Home Loan Bank Act

    · Bonus Army

    · New Deal

    · Relief, Recovery, Reform

    · Brain Trust

    · First 100 Days

    · Deficit Spending

    · Work Programs

    · Price Controls

    · Socialism

    · Communism

    · Social Security

    · Fireside Chats

    · Eleanor Roosevelt

    · Bank Holiday

    · Glass-Steagall Act

    · FDIC

    · Federal Securities Act

    · SEC

    · Tennessee Valley Authority

    · Agricultural Adjustment Act

    · Civilian Conservation Corps

    · National Industrial Recovery Act

    · National Recovery Administration

    · Works Progress Administration

    · National Youth Administration

    · Mary McLeod Bethune

    · Wagner Act

    · Sitdown Strike

    · Huey Long

    · Charles Coughlin

    · Schechter Poultry Corp. v. U.S.

    · Court Packing Plan

    · Social Security Act

    Prohibition

    1. Prohibition

    2. Organized Crime

    3. Roaring Twenties

    4. Expatriates / Lost Generation

    5. Modernism

    6. Fundamentalism

    7. Speculation

    8. Jazz Age

    9. Speakeasy

    10. Bootlegger

    11. Al Capone

    12. 18th Amendment

    13. Volstead Act

    14. 21st Amendment

    15. Sinclair Lewis

    16. F. Scott Fitzgerald

    17. Ernest Hemingway

    18. Teapot Dome Scandal

    19. Scopes Trial

    20. Bessie Smith

    21. Al Jolson

    22. Louis Armstrong

    23. Duke Ellington

    24. Flappers

    25. Hollywood

    26. FL Land Boom

    27. Air Conditioning

    28. Alfred Dupont

    29. Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings

    Harlem Renaissance

    - Harlem Renaissance

    - Back to Africa

    - Great Migration

    - Rosewood Massacre

    - KKK

    - 19th Amendment

    - Marcus Garvey

    - Booker T. Washington

    - W.E.B.DuBois

    - NAACP

    - Universal Negro Improvement Association

    - James Weldon Johnson

    - Langston Hughes

    - Zora Neale Hurston

    - Carter G. Woodson

    Post- WWI

    1. Economic Boom

    2. Creditor Nation

    3. Laissez-Faire Consumerism

    4. Marketing

    5. Installment Plan

    6. Henry Ford

    7. Assembly-Line

    8. Calvin Coolidge

    9. Fordney-McCumber Tariff

    10. Red Scare

    11. Nativism

    12. Anarchy

    13. Quota System

    14. Vladimir Lenin

    15. Palmer Raids

    16. Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

    17. J. Edgar Hoover

    18. Police Strikes

    19. Steel Mill Strikes

    20. Coal Miners’ Strikes

    21. Sacco-Vanzetti Trial

    22. National Origins Act of 1924

    23. KKK

    World War 1

    1. The Great War

    2. Isolationism

    3. Nationalism

    4. Militarism

    5. Neutrality

    6. Entangling Alliances

    7. Trench Warfare

    8. Chemical Warfare

    9. Submarine Warfare

    10. Convoy System

    11. Lusitania

    12. Zimmerman Note

    13. American Expeditionary Force

    14. Draft

    15. Wartime Industry

    16. Patriotism

    17. Propaganda War Bond

    18. Selective Service Act

    19. War Industries Board

    20. George Creel

    21. CPI (Creel Committee)

    22. Espionage and Sedition Acts

    23. Schenck v. U.S.

    24. Armistice

    25. Reparations

    26. League of Nations

    27. Woodrow Wilson

    28. Fourteen Points

    29. Treaty of Versailles

    30. Article X(10)

    31. League of Nations

    32. Henry Cabot Lodge

    33. Washington Naval Conference

    34. Paris Peace Conference

    35. Kellogg-Briand Pact

    Imperialism

    1. Westward Expansion
    2. Manifest Destiny
    3. Indian Wars
    4. Reservation
    5. Assimilation
    6. Dawes Act
    7. Wounded Knee Massacre
    8. Sand Creek Massacre
    9. Battle of Little Big Horn
    10. Bozeman Trail
    11. Black Hills

    12. Imperialism
    13. Anti-Imperialism
    14. Cultural Diffusion
    15. Open Door Policy
    16. Jingoism
    17. White Man’s Burden
    18. Social Darwinism
    19. Sphere of Influence
    20. The Turner Thesis
    21. Henry Cabot Lodge
    22. Theodore Roosevelt
    23. Boxer Rebellion
    24. Rudyard Kipling
    25. Alfred Thayer Mahan
    26. Frederick Jackson Turner

    27. Seward’s Folly
    28. Yellow Journalism
    29. Sensationalism
    30. Guerrilla Warfare
    31. Annexation
    32. Commonwealth
    33. Queen Liliuokalani
    34. Sanford Dole
    35. William Hearst
    36. Jose Marti
    37. Ybor City
    38. Joseph Pulitzer
    39. “Splendid Little War”
    40. U.S.S. Maine
    41. DeLome Letter
    42. Rough Riders
    43. Buffalo Soldiers
    44. Commodore Dewey
    45. Great White Fleet
    46. Philippine Insurrection
    47. Emilio Aguinaldo
    48. Teller Amendment
    49. Platt Amendment
    50. Guantanamo Bay
    51. Jones Act

    52. The Canal Zone
    53. Big Stick Diplomacy
    54. Roosevelt Corollary
    55. Dollar Diplomacy
    56. Moral Diplomacy
    57. International Police
    58. Banana Republic
    59. Theodore Roosevelt
    60. William Howard Taft
    61. William Gorgas
    62. Yellow Fever
    63. Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty
    64. Woodrow Wilson

    Industrial Revolution

    • Industrialization
    • Social Darwinism
    • Gospel of Wealth
    • Philanthropy
    • Gilded Age
    • Capitalism
    • Laissez Faire
    • Economics
    • Vertical v. Horizontal Integration
    • Market Economy
    • Mixed Economy
    • Socialism
    • Anarchy
    • Communism
    • Labor Union
    • Strike
    • Spoils System
    • Andrew Carnegie
    • John D. Rockefeller
    • JP Morgan
    • Henry Flagler
    • Henry B. Plant
    • Florida East Coast Railway
    • Cornelius Vanderbilt
    • Samuel Gompers
    • Terrence Powderly
    • Knights of Labor
    • American Federation of Labor
    • Eugene Debs
    • R/R strikes 1877
    • Haymarket Square
    • Homestead
    • Pullman Strike
    • Rutherford Hayes
    • James Garfield
    • Chester Arthur
    • Civil Service Reform
    • Grover Cleveland
    • William McKinley
    • Jacob Coxey
    • Immigration (Push/Pull) Factors
    • Melting Pot
    • Assimilation
    • Nativism
    • Xenophobia
    • Segregation
    • Ghetto
    • Political Machine
    • Reform
    • Populism
    • Gold Standard
    • Bi-metalism
    • Surplus
    • Social Gospel Movement
    • Settlement House
    • Ellis Island
    • Angel Island
    • Emma Lazarus
    • Statue of Liberty
    • Chinese Exclusion Act
    • Gentleman’s Agreement (w Japan)
    • Plessy v. Ferguson
    • W.E.B Dubois
    • Booker T. Washington
    • A & M Colleges
    • NAACP
    • Urban League
    • Jacob Riis
    • Boss Tweed
    • Tammany Hall
    • Thomas Nast
    • William Jennings Bryan
    • Cross of Gold
    • Mark Twain
    • Jane Addams
    • Florence Kelley
    • Anthony Comstock
    • YMCA
    • WCTU
    • Washington Gladden
    • Salvation Army
    • Farmers Alliance
    • Grange
    • Morrill Land Grant Act
    • Thomas Edison
    • Alexander Graham Bell
    • George Washington Carver
    • Progressivism
    • Muckraking
    • Trustbusting Conservation
    • Prohibition
    • Child Labor Laws
    • Suffrage/ Suffragettes
    • Anti-Suffragism
    • Initiative/Referendum/Recall
    • Lincoln Steffens
    • Ida Tarbell
    • Upton Sinclair
    • FDA
    • Sherman AntiTrust Act
    • Theodore Roosevelt
    • William Howard Taft
    • Woodrow Wilson
    • 16th Amendment
    • 17th Amendment
    • 18th Amendment
    • 19th Amendment
    • NWSA Amendment
    • NWP Amendment
    • Madame C.J Walker
    • Alice Paul
    • Carrie Chapman Catt
    • Robert LaFollette
    • Gifford Pinochet

    Civil War and Reconstruction

    • Sectionalism
    • Secede
    • State’s Rights
    • Popular Sovereignty
    • Unconstitutional
    • Missouri Compromise
    • Compromise of 1850
    • Slave Codes
    • Fugitive Slave Act
    • Kansas-Nebraska Act
    • Bleeding Kansas
    • Dred Scott v. Sanford
    • Roger B. Taney
    • Abraham Lincoln
    • Freeport Doctrine
    • Civil War
    • Blockade
    • Emancipate
    • Total War
    • Anaconda Plan
    • Emancipation Proclamation
    • Vicksburg Campaign
    • Battle of Gettysburg
    • Gettysburg Address
    • Radical
    • Reconstruction
    • Amnesty
    • Andrew Johnston
    • Sharecropping
    • Jonathan Gibbs
    • Josiah Walls
    • Civil Rights
    • Black Codes
    • Segregation
    • Sharecropping Debt
    • Peonage
    • Lynching
    • Jim Crow
    • Nadir
    • 13th Amendment
    • 14th Amendment
    • 15th Amendment
    • Freedmen’s Bureau
    • Civil Rights Act of 1866
    • Poll Tax
    • Literacy Test
    • Grandfather Clause
    • Ku Klux Klan
    • Plessy v Ferguson

    750 No Prep U.S. History Instructional Videos and Nonfiction Passages (Print, Project and Go or Google Classroom compatible)!

    Perfect for middle school or high school US History or Social Studies mini-lessons, lectures, informational text passages or nonfiction text reading response activities. Use for bell ringers, sub lesson plans, homework, assessment, independent work or student activities.

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