Take a Stand! American History Student Edition
The Take a Stand! series teaches students how to be historians. They learn not what to think or memorize, but how to analyze the events of the past. This unique approach makes the student an active participation in the analysis of the past. This is the best of critical thinking, Socratic discussion, and analytical writing in history. The Take a Stand! series is not a set of textbooks, but rather thinking, reading, speaking, and writing guides. Take a Stand! shows the student how to be a historian. You will need to use history texts and documents to complete the Take a Stand! method.
History Content: The American Revolution, The Declaration of Independence, Effects on France, The U.S. Constitution, Founding the Republic, The U.S. as a Young Nation, Westward Expansion, The Civil War, Causes, The Civil War, Compare and Contrast, Reconstruction, Immigration, Industrialization, World Power, United States Became a World Power, Immigration, The Role of Religion in American Life, U.S. Imperialism, Civil Liberties in the 1920s, the Great Depression, The New Deal,World War II in the Pacific, The Cold War in the United States, The Civil Rights Movement, Nixon and Watergate, Technology as a Cause for Change
Thinking and Skills: Fact or Opinion? Judgment, Supporting Evidence, andPrimary or Secondary Analysis.
13 Number ISBN: 978-0-9790388-4-6
10 Number ISBN: 0-9790388-4-7
Publisher: Take a Stand Publications
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