Homework Helpers: U.S. History (1865-Present) is one of the latest books in the popular series designed to help students master the material and tackle the tests. It will help any student learn and remember the people, places, and things from the end of the Civil War and the Reconstruction Era all the way to 9/11 and the War on Terrorism. Rote memorization won't do it. Neither will just timelines and lists. But there are simple tools that will make history come alive, and will enable any student to manage a vast amount of historical information. This second book in the U.S. History set includes content found in regular U.S. history classes. It is also a great tool for preparing for AP U.S. history classes and the SAT II exam. Topics in the book include: - Abraham Lincoln and Reconstruction - The Wild West - The Industrial Revolution - World War I - FDR and the Great Depression - World War II - Dr. Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights Movement - The Cold War Homework Helpers: U.S. History (1865-Present) is a user-friendly book that will make any student--or those trying to help them--feel like he or she has a private tutor. Each chapter focuses on a major theme and explains it with a variety of diagrams, charts, and maps. Each chapter also contains detailed questions that allow students to assess how well they've mastered information. Not only are the right answers to these self-study questions included, but also detailed explanations as to why the wrong answers are wrong. Whether used as a stand-alone text or to supplement a poorly written or badly organized school text, each volume in the Homework Helpers series is just what students need toboost their confidence and to succeed in the most challenging classes or on the most difficult tests. Homework Helpers: U.S. History (1865-Present) is the essential help students need when their textbook just isn't making the grade!Homework Helpers: U.S. History (1865-Present) is one of the latest books in the popular series designed to help students master the material and tackle the tests.
|Publisher||:||Career Press - 2007|