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Decorative: Scene at the Signing of the Constitution of the United States by Howard Chandler Christy

Scene at the Signing of the Constitution of the United States by Howard Chandler Christy

US History to 1877

U.S. History I covers U.S. history through 1877, taking students from pre-Columbian events through the Civil War. The course introduces students to the major themes that have defined the United States as a nation and culture, and shows students how these times remain relevant in their everyday lives.

  • Affordable price — $65 per course enrollment — and students retain access to the content for life
  • A strong narrative that presents U.S. history as a compelling story with connections to the present day
  • Period overviews that contextualize specific events and outcomes within a big-picture historical framework
  • A common set of themes in U.S. history and civilization examined in each period: immigration, the role of women, social reform, and religion
  • Clear lesson introductions that identify important characters and events and the role they play in the overarching narrative of U.S. History
  • Original video presentations
  • Reading sections that provide core information and specific illustrations or applications
  • Formative assessments and assignments that reinforce knowledge application and acquisition
  • Summative assessments, with proctoring, mapped to learning objectives
  • Dynamic study tools, including, glossary, notes, and journal
  • A resource toolbox for each lesson to promote ongoing learning and exploration
  • Printable versions for each lesson to support study preferences, offline access, and accessibility needs

Abridged Table of Contents

  1. First Americans
  2. Colonization in North America
  3. A Clash of Cultures: Conflicts with the Native Americans
  4. The Colonies: A New People and a New Identity
  5. A Growing Competition: England and France
  6. Identity Crises – Englishmen or Not?
  7. The American Revolution
  8. A New Nation and a New Government
  9. A New Nation: Growing Pains And Internal Changes
  10. Madison, Monroe and John Quincey Adams: The Triumph of Personalities
  11. A Jacksonian Democracy
  12. Economic and Political Expansion
  13. Alterations to the American Psyche
  14. The Irreconcilable Divide: Causes/Issues and Secession
  15. The War Between the States
  16. U.S. Rebuilding the New South

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  • Learning design consultation to ensure we understand your vision for the ideal teaching solution
  • Implementation guides for different instructional models
  • Onboarding support for faculty and students
  • Online support tools for faculty and students
  • Exam proctoring, and other course administration

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US History 1 Demo