Difficult U.S. History concepts/terms/people/vocabulary are defined/explained/summarized briefly in one or two sentences. This lesson includes 49 pages of flashcards that can be printed on a standard 8.5 by 11 sheet of page. Once printed, you cut out on the lines and fold the card over so that the term is on one side and the definition/meaning/explanation is on the other side.
This document includes over 200 vocabulary words/concepts with their meaning. Domains include: Colonization through the Constitution; New Republic through Reconstruction; Industrialization, Reform, and Imperialism; Establishment as a World Power; Post-World War II to the Present.
A sample of the vocabulary words in this lesson include House of Burgesses, Bacon’s Rebellion, Articles of Confederation, Half-way covenant, Constitutional Convention, Manifest Destiny, Mexican-American War, Boston Tea Party, War of 1812 (results), Red Scare, etc.
This is a great way for students to review major concepts before a final exam, graduation test, end-of-course exam, or CRCT test. This is even a great way for a teacher taking a social studies teaching certificate test to study!
Students love having these flashcards in their hands and make a game out of how many they can get correct on the first try. Save yourself TONS of time by purchasing this document. All you have to do is hit the print button! Document is saved as a pdf so that it can be accessed on any computer (Mac, PC, etc.).
A total of 50 pages