Otherwise, you will be notified before your order is shipped. Otherwise, you will be notified before your order is shipped. Settlement Patterns and Ways of Life in Canada Essential Question: How does where you live influence how you live? In an Experiential Exercise, students take on the role of workers on an assembly line to experience the costs and benefits of industrialization. In a Visual Discovery activity, students trace the changes in Europe that led to the birth of the Renaissance, and then create a live Renaissance tableau. Otherwise, you will be notified before your order is shipped. Unit 5: Japan During Medieval Times 19.
Call or e-mail for availability. Cover shows minor wear, pages clean. Our bundle makes it easy to keep a 21st-century classroom while using our textbook. Call or e-mail for availability. In a Social Studies Skill Builder, students learn about the fall of the Roman Empire and the rise of the Byzantine Empire.
In a Response Group activity, students learn how responses to geographic challenges resulted in the formation of complex Sumerian city-states 5. They examine contributions of ancient Rome and assess their influences on modern society. Otherwise, you will be notified before your order is shipped. . Call or e-mail for availability. Cover shows minor wear, pages clean. Unit 6: Civilizations of the Americas 22.
The English Colonies in North America Essential Question: What were the similarities and differences among the colonies in North America? In a Response Group activity, students assume the roles of foreign policy advisers to early presidents to evaluate the extent to which the country should have become involved in world affairs. In a Visual Discovery activity, students analyze key events in Europe between the 12th and 15th centuries to understand contributing factors to the decline of feudalism and the rise of democratic thought. Geography and the Early Settlement of Egypt, Kush, and Canaan Essential Question: How did geography affect early settlement in Egypt, Kush, and Canaan? Otherwise, you will be notified before your order is shipped. In a Response Group activity, students learn about the rise of Macedonia after the Peloponnesian War and debate the degree of success Alexander the Great had in uniting the diverse peoples of his empire. Social Studies Workbooks Help your kids learn about history, geography, government, and much, much more. In a Social Studies Skill Builder, pairs of students analyze political cartoons about U.
In a Problem Solving Groupwork activity, students create and perform dramatizations about five aspects of life in a highland Maya village to learn how they have preserved their traditional ways of life while adapting to modern society. From Republic to Empire Essential Question: Did the benefits of Roman expansion outweigh the costs? Life in Medieval Towns Essential Question: What was life like in medieval European towns? Otherwise, you will be notified before your order is shipped. Contemporary American Society Essential Question: What changes since the 1950s have shaped how we live today? Students examine the reform movements of the mid-1800s to evaluate to what extent they improved life for Americans. These books contain exercises and tutorials to improve your practical skills, at all levels! Call or e-mail for availability. In a Problem Solving Groupwork activity, students create illustrated maps of one of three island types: continental islands, volcanic islands, and atolls. The Incas Essential Question: How did the Incas manage their large and remote empire? Includes Activity and Evaluation Masters, Ideas for Creative Teaching, See through Overlay and More.
A Dividing Nation Essential Question: Which events of the mid-1800s kept the nation together and which events pulled it apart? The Mayas Essential Question: What led to the rise, flourishing, and fall of the Mayan civilization? In an Experiential Exercise, students assume the roles of patricians and plebeians to learn how the struggle between these two groups led to a more democratic government in the Roman Republic. Students act as archaeologists in an Experiential Exercise and examine artifacts from Mohenjodaro to learn about daily life in the Indus valley civilization. Pages may have writing, binding tight, cover shows light wear. In a Visual Discovery activity, students analyze and bring to life images of key events in the presidency of Andrew Jackson to evaluate how well he promoted democracy. Consumption Patterns in the United States: The Impact of Living Well Essential Question: How do American consumption patterns affect people and the planet? They then create a chapter of a book describing what it meant to be an American in this period. The Legacy of the Roman Empire Essential Question: To what extent have the contributions of ancient Rome influenced modern society? In a Visual Discovery activity, students learn to read and analyze six types of thematic maps that geographers use to represent the world.
The Roaring Twenties and the Great Depression Essential Question: What trends, events, and people shaped the 1920s and the 1930s? Otherwise, you will be notified before your order is shipped. Call or e-mail for availability. In a Writing for Understanding activity, students study three women micro-entrepreneurs to learn how they are changing the human characteristics of their African communities. In a Social Studies Skill Builder, students examine the major differences between Athens and Sparta by working in pairs to create placards with illustrations and challenge questions about each city-state. Andrew Jackson and the Growth of American Democracy Essential Question: How well did President Andrew Jackson promote democracy? An Era of Reform Essential Question: To what extent did the reform movements of the mid-1800s improve life for Americans? The Civil War Essential Question: What factors and events influenced the outcome of the Civil War? Otherwise, you will be notified before your order is shipped.
Binding tight, cover moderately worn. Call or e-mail for availability. Unit 3: The Culture and Kingdoms of West Africa 11. Waiting for the Rains: The Effects of Monsoons in South Asia Essential Question: How does climate influence human activity in a region? If you focus solely on history and geography for your curriculum needs, then you will be missing out on important facets of social studies education — facets dealing with psychology, political science, economics, current events etc. In a Problem Solving Groupwork activity, students explore and record events leading to the expansion of Roman territory and the creation of the empire. Call or e-mail for availability.