By Jason Stacy, Stephen Heller
Authored through skilled AP® academics, workshop leaders, and AP® examination readers, this rfile reader is the right source in your redesigned AP® school room.
The 22 chapters keep on with the nine classes of U.S. History as outlined within the new framework.
Within every one interval and bankruptcy, pedagogical instruments scaffold students’ improvement of the ancient considering talents as are imperative to the path and the examination.
Key concepts are illustrated by way of basic files and secondary resources together with written texts, drawings, pictures, maps, and charts.
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