Land, People, Nation 2

Land, People, Nation 2 : A History of the United States

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Based on the CALLA model, the Land, People, Nation series is an effective tool for students to acquire English and academic content simultaneously. It also serves as a valuable alternative for students experiencing difficulty with a basal social studies text.
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  • Paperback | 1 pages
  • 208.3 x 269.2 x 7.6mm | 204.12g
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 2nd edition
  • 0130425729
  • 9780130425720

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Based on the CALLA model, the "Land, People, Nation" series is an effective tool for students to acquire English and academic content simultaneously. It also serves as a valuable alternative for students experiencing difficulty with a basal social studies text.
New in the Second Edition: Alignment with national history standards, including correlations to assist in lesson planning.Explicit instruction on learning strategies.The inclusion of CALLA Phases (Preparation, Presentation, Practice, Self-evaluation, and Expansion) on each page of the student text.Website listings to assist instructors in integrating technology into the program.
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Table of contents

Unit 1: Industrialization and Change: 1865-1900

The United States, 1865-1900

What Was the Industrial Revolution?

The Grassland Regions

The Cowboy

Treaties and Territories

Sitting Bull

The Desert Regions

Inventions in the United States: 1792-1903

Reforms and Reformers

Immigration to the United States

Nine Presidents: 1865-1900





Unit 2: Starting a New Century: 1900-1940

A New Era

Workers' Power Grows

New Opportunities

The Progressive Movement

"The War to End All Wars"

The War Experience

The Treaty of Versailles

Times of Contrast

A Decade of Excess

The Great Depression

Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Important People of the Early Twentieth Century

Eight Presidents: 1900-1940





Unit 3: The United States Becomes a World Leader: 1940-1960

From Depression to War

World War II and the United States

Winning the War

The United States Joins the Allies

The Code Talkers

The Axis Powers Are Defeated Boom Times

Prejudice Follows the Soldiers Home

A New Kind of War

Cold War Fears

Social and Technological Changes

Inventors and Scientists of the Mid-Twentieth Century

Three Presidents: 1940-1960





Unit 4: Eras of Protest: 1960-1980

A New Frontier

The Cold War Intensifies

The Civil Rights Movement

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Others Struggle for Equality

End of an Era

The United States in Vietnam

Protecting the Environment

Leaders of Change

Presidents Nixon, Ford, and Carter

Five Presidents: 1960-1980





Unit 5: The American Identity: 1980 to the Present

Jobs Change; People Move

Schools Meet America's Changing Needs

The Sanchez Sisters

Environmental Concerns Increase

Inventions Change Our Lives Again

Information Explosion

Four Recent Presidents

Globalization

The Events of September 11, 2001

Four Presidents: 1980-2004





Appendix A



Glossary



Websites



Standards and Learning Strategies



Index
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