Master All American History: 33 Comprehensive Units Covering ALL Eras from Pre-Columbian to Civil War to Today!
Discover our comprehensive, full-year American history curriculum, covering pre-Columbian indigenous eras to the present day, with engaging resources such as PowerPoints, Google Slides, primary source activities, and student worksheets.
Searching for an all-encompassing, full-year American history curriculum? Look no further! Our meticulously crafted curriculum covers American history from the pre-Columbian indigenous era to the present day.
Employing PowerPoint and Google Slides presentations, authentic resource tasks, and student materials, this all-inclusive learning toolkit is an ideal choice for instructors of American history, offering an extensive array of lesson plans to immerse pupils in the captivating narrative of the United States.
Our instructional syllabus encompasses all essential themes in U.S. history, including native American communities, European exploration and establishment in the New World, daily life in Colonial America, the founding of the United States, the American Civil War, late 19th-century America, international disputes during the 20th century, the era of the Cold War, and additional modern developments.
Designed to complement traditional American history textbooks, each unit includes a primary source activity and accompanying questions. Additional question worksheets keep students engaged and focused during PowerPoint or Google Slides presentations.
Perfect for both seasoned American history teachers and newcomers alike, our curriculum provides all the resources necessary to deliver an exceptional education in American history. Don’t miss out on our comprehensive full-year American history units – invest in your students’ education today!
You have the option to purchase these resources individually or save money with our bundled package.
This American History bundle includes the following resources:
Included files (across all 33 units):
- Editable PowerPoint (Google Slides option available)
- Primary Source PDF (Google Drive option available) with student questions
- Student Study Guide (print or upload to LMS)
- Teacher Guide PDF
How to use these American History units:
Our versatile and user-friendly educational resource was meticulously designed to enhance the classroom experience for both teachers and students alike. Present the engaging PowerPoint or Google Slides presentation in your classroom – for Google Slides, simply click the provided link and transfer the slides to your Google Docs account.
Engage your students by presenting the enthralling material, sparking lively discussions, and challenging young minds to think like historians while drawing insightful comparisons between historical and contemporary events.
Next, guide your students through the Student Study Guide, an interactive worksheet featuring a diverse array of question types. Students can gather the required information from your presentation, the class textbook, or online resources. Ideally, they will complete this thought-provoking worksheet as you present the material, or alternatively, finish it as homework.
Additionally, a primary source activity awaits eager minds. Students will read the accompanying primary source and respond to a series of questions to deepen their understanding.
For a more interactive learning experience, consider printing the presentation and notes for students to peruse at their own pace, or encourage them to view the slides and present the material in collaborative groups for peer-to-peer learning. If teaching online, share the Google Slides through Zoom or similar video-sharing platforms, ensuring students have access to all essential files (i.e., primary sources and student study guide worksheet). This invaluable resource is also perfectly suited for homeschooling parents, allowing students to independently explore the slides and accompanying notes before delving into the worksheets.
American History Students Will Be Able to…
- Deepen their understanding of American history, from the era of indigenous peoples to present day
- Comprehend how the past has shaped the world we live in today
- Cultivate a historian’s mindset
- Develop critical thinking skills
- Heighten chronological awareness in history
- Draw comparisons between American history and that of other nations
- Master the art of perspective-taking
- Strengthen reading comprehension
- Expand vocabulary knowledge
For primary sources and other sources that can supplement this curriculum, visit the National Archives
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