Charlotte S. Jaffe and Barbara T. Doherty
Readings and a variety of activities provide students with a solid grounding in the people and issues involved in the creation of the Constitution.
Turning idle time into learning time, this ready-to-use resource provides almost 200 quick questions on U.S. and world geography.
In this edition, you will find:
Theresa C. Noonan
This resourceful activity book prepares students on how to properly analyze and answer document-based questions through the use of primary and secondary sources.
Topics in this book range from, but are not limited to:
Wendy S. Wilson and Gerald H. Herman
This multifaceted book contains 13 units which target on controversies surrounding notable figures such as Columbus, Andrew Jackson, Harriet Tubman, plus many more
A wide range of resources are included:
This collection of activities encourage fun dialogues, discussions, and debates about controversial political and social issues. Topics include brief overviews and investigative questions.
A few topics included in this collection:
Paul R. Robbins
New applications and methods of psychology are explained in a simple and informal manner within this student guide. Essential concepts are reinforced with various activities spread through the chapters.
Topics included in this edition:
The thirty-five lessons that are included involve activities where students have to locate regions of both the past and present. This edition was designed to encourage research that goes beyond the textbook.
The activities included enhance:
This two volume set includes a total of forty texts to help students familiarize themselves with the process of analyzing primary sources while learning about important events in U.S. history.
Included in this two volume set: