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Give Me Liberty!

An American History

Brief Sixth High School Edition

Volume:One-Volume

Mixed media product

Eric Foner (Author)

Our Retail Price:£72.00

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AN ACCESSIBLE AND INTEGRATED SYNTHESIS OF AMERICAN HISTORY UPDATED FOR TODAY’S STUDENTS

Give Me Liberty! has sold more than one million copies and is beloved by teachers and students alike because it provides an accessible introduction to U.S. history that helps students understand, not just what happened but why. The Sixth Edition addresses controversial questions that are necessary to address in today’s high school classroom: who is an American, who is not and what does it mean to be American? The textbook features new coverage of inclusion and exclusion as it has played out in American law and institutions, political and social movements, family and individual aspirations, and race, gender and ethnicity. This new coverage is woven throughout the text and in the new “Who Is an American?” primary-source document feature in the book and in author videos included in the media package.

AN INTERACTIVE INTRODUCTION TO EFFECTIVE READING AND HISTORICAL THINKING

New and updated digital resources help students develop critical reading and analytical history skills while enhancing the reading experience. InQuizitive, Norton’s award-winning adaptive learning tool, features 20% new and revised questions and the History Skills Tutorials feature a new module on secondary sources. Both ensure students come to class prepared with a strong understanding of the reading.

THOUGHTFULLY-CREATED RESOURCES SAVE TEACHERS TIME AND REINFORCE THE GOALS OF THE AP® COURSE

AP®-specific instructor materials written by master teachers with deep knowledge of the AP® course help instructors stay on track and assess student understanding. A Correlation Chart aligns the content of Give Me Liberty! to the key concepts and learning objections of the AP® Curriculum Framework. A Course Planning and Pacing Guide provides specific lessons and activities for each of the course’s nine periods. An AP® U.S. History Test Bank, featuring over 2,000 questions, includes every AP® question type as well as content mastery questions to test student understanding.