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Social Studies (United States History) - Student Book, Grade 5 (2005)

 
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The unique two-part Core/Extend lesson organization makes this Social Studies Student Book flexible, yet comprehensive. Each Core lesson delivers standards-based content, and the Extend lessons provide the opportunity to dig deeper for greater understanding.

CONTENTS

Unit 1: Our Land and First People
CHAPTER 1: America’s Land
- Lesson 1: Land and Climate
- Lesson 2: Our Nation’s Resources
- Lesson 3: Regions of the United States
- Lesson 4: People and the Land
CHAPTER 2: The First Americans
- Lesson 1: Ancient Americans
- Lesson 2: Peoples of the Northwest
- Lesson 3: Peoples of the Southwest
- Lesson 4: Peoples of the Plains
- Lesson 5: Peoples of the East

Unit 2: Exploration and Settlement
CHAPTER 3: Age of Exploration
- Lesson 1: World Travel and Trade
- Lesson 2: New Ideas in Europe
- Lesson 3: Europeans Arrive in the Americas
- Lesson 4: Conquest of the Americas
- Lesson 5: New Spain
CHAPTER 4: European Settlements
- Lesson 1: A Northwest Passage
- Lesson 2: Roanoke and Jamestown
- Lesson 3: New England Settlements
- Lesson 4: Dutch and French Colonies

Unit 3: The English Colonies
CHAPTER 5: New England Colonies
- Lesson 1: Geography of the Colonies
- Lesson 2: New England
- Lesson 3: Life in New England
CHAPTER 6: Middle and Southern Colonies
- Lesson 1: The Middle Colonies
- Lesson 2: Life in the Middle Colonies
- Lesson 3: The Southern Colonies
- Lesson 4: Life in the South

Unit 4: The American Revolution
CHAPTER 7: Causes of the Revolution
- Lesson 1: The French and Indian War
- Lesson 2: Early Conflicts with Britain
- Lesson 3: Conflicts Grow
- Lesson 4: War Begins
CHAPTER 8: The War for Independence
- Lesson 1: Declaring Independence
- Lesson 2: Life During the War
- Lesson 3: The War in the North
- Lesson 4: Winning the War
CHAPTER 9: Creating a Nation
- Lesson 1: A New Nation
- Lesson 2: Constitutional Convention
- Lesson 3: The Constitution
- Lesson 4: President Washington

Unit 5: The New Nation
CHAPTER 10: The Early Republic
- Lesson 1: People on the Move
- Lesson 2: The Nation Grows
- Lesson 3: The War of 1812
- Lesson 4: Age of Jackson
CHAPTER 11: A Growing Country
- Lesson 1: The Industrial Revolution
- Lesson 2: Immigrants and Reformers
- Lesson 3: Texas and the Mexican War
- Lesson 4: Moving West

Unit 6: The Civil War
CHAPTER 12: Causes of the Civil War
- Lesson 1: Worlds Apart
- Lesson 2: The Struggle For Freedom
- Lesson 3: Compromise and Conflict
- Lesson 4: Civil War Begins
CHAPTER 13: Civil War and Reconstruction
- Lesson 1: A Nation at War
- Lesson 2: The Human Face of War
- Lesson 3: The War Ends
- Lesson 4: Reconstruction
- Lesson 5: The Challenge of Freedom

Unit 7: Transforming the Nation
CHAPTER 14: Changes on the Plains
- Lesson 1: Linking East and West
- Lesson 2: Life on the Great Plains
- Lesson 3: Cattle Ranchers
- Lesson 4: Conflicts on the Plains
CHAPTER 15: Big Business and Big Cities
- Lesson 1: The Rise of Big Business
- Lesson 2 Immigrants in America
- Lesson 3: Growing Cities
- Lesson 4: Time of Reform

Unit 8: The Twentieth Century
CHAPTER 16: Becoming a World Power
- Lesson 1: New Territories
- Lesson 2: World War I
- Lesson 3: The 1920s
- Lesson 4: The Great Depression
- Lesson 5: World War II
CHAPTER 17: Americans Face Changes
- Lesson 1: The Cold War
- Lesson 2: Life in the 1950s
- Lesson 3: Civil Rights
- Lesson 4: Life in the 1960s

Unit 9: Linking to the Present
CHAPTER 18: Our Nation and the World    
- Lesson 1: Challenges of the 1970s
- Lesson 2: The 1980s
- Lesson 3: Life in the1990s
- Lesson 4: Twenty-first Century Begins
CHAPTER 19: America Today and Tomorrow
- Lesson 1: Neighbors in North America
- Lesson 2: United States Today
- Lesson 3: Citizenship and Democracy

References
- Citizenship Handbook
- Pledge of Allegiance
- Character Traits
- Historical Documents
- The Mayflower Compact, 1620
- Speech Against the Stamp Act, William Pitt, 1766
- Speech to Parliament on Conciliation with America, Edmund Burke, 1775
- The Declaration of Independence, 1776
- The Constitution of the United States, 1789
- from The Federalist, No.10, 1787
- “The Star-Spangled Banner,” 1814
- from President John F. Kennedy’s Inaugural Address, 1961
- “I Have a Dream” Speech, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., 1963
- Presidents of the United States
- History Makers - Biographical Dictionary
- Facts to Know - The 50 United States

Resources
- Geographic Terms
- Atlas
- Gazetteer
- Glossary
- Index
- Acknowledgments

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