Help students learn about our nation's leaders and innovators with an informative social studies book.
The American Leaders & Innovators: Colonial Times to Reconstruction workbook provides biographical sketches that help students identify American leaders and innovators of the past as real people. The biographies deal briefly and concisely with people who helped make the republic great. Each of the 19 units contain a reading selection, a key details page, and an activity page, featuring graphic organizers, map analysis, writing activities, research opportunities, and more. Profiles include Benjamin Franklin, Tecumseh, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Blanche Kelso Bruce. This workbook is correlated to current national and state standards.
Books in the American History series for middle and upper grades focus on bringing to light the decisions and events made during the history of America. Lessons include a reading selection with background information on important people and events, as well as an activity skills page. Activities are focused on using informational text to develop reading comprehension skills.
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