Advanced Placement United States History, 4th Edition

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This concise and accessible text is structured and written to follow the current AP Course and Exam Description. Content topics provide a core narrative of U.S. history organized in short, focused sections. The text is aligned to course exam framework and correlated in the areas of historical thinking skills, reasoning processes, themes, and content. The text includes primary sources, special features, multiple assessment opportunities, and a complete practice exam. Prior edition available. A Teacher Resource is available only to teachers and with a school purchase order by contacting your Sales Consultant.

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Organized by Topic!

  • Interactive edition now available!
  • All-new edition structured and written to follow the current AP® Course and Exam Description.
    CED Correlation-AP® United States History, 4th Edition
  • Content topics provide the core narrative of U.S. history organized into short, focused sections.
  • Numerous high-quality primary sources offer students opportunities to analyze historical evidence, identify historical significance, and evaluate credibility.
  • Students are provided with scaffolded guidance through a step-by-step development guide which explains how to answer the four question types—MCQs, SAQs, LEQs, and DBQs—on the exam.
  • Questions based on AP® Exam formats
    —87 sets of multiple-choice questions
    —87 sets of short-answer questions
    —66 long essay questions
    —7 document-based questions
    —1 complete practice test modeled on the AP® Exam
  • Features to develop skills tested on the AP® Exam
    —9 Think as a Historian features focus on historical thinking skills and reasoning processes
    —9 Write as a Historian features build writing skills for answering the long essay questions and document-based questions
    —9 Historical Perspectives features present diverse views of historians
  • Teacher Resource includes correlations for each question to the College Board Curriculum Framework.

    The Teacher Resource is sold only to educators and shipped to school or district addresses only. A verified classroom set purchase of the student edition (print or digital) is required.
Program Details

John J. Newman, Ed.D.

John J. Newman, Ed.D., served as an Advanced Placement® U.S. History teacher and the Department Coordinator of Art, Foreign Language, and Social Studies at Naperville North High School, Naperville, Illinois. He continued his career as Adjunct Professor of History at the College of DuPage and Adjunct Assistant Professor of History Education at Illinois State University.

John M. Schmalbach, Ed.D.

John M. Schmalbach, Ed.D., taught Advanced Placement® U.S. History and was Social Studies Department Head at Abraham Lincoln High School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He continued his career as Adjunct Assistant Professor at Temple University.

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Product # T1688-G
ISBN-13 9781690305507
ISBN-10 1690305509
Author Newman, John J. and Schmalbach, John M.
Grade Level 9-12
Publisher PLC
Series AP U.S. History

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