Traditional Coverage of United States History in a Complete Homeschool Kit for High School
Written with a secular perspective, the Houghton Mifflin Harcourt American History: Reconstruction to Present Homeschool Package ©2018 includes the Student Text, Online Student Resource Package, and Online Teacher Resource Package.
2018 HMH Social Studies American History: Reconstruction to Present Homeschool Package
The HMH American History: Reconstruction to Present Homeschool Package ©2018, a secular-based high school United States history curriculum, contains one of each of the following items:
Student Edition Textbook 9780544669062
Offers comprehensive content coverage through an engaging narrative supported by compelling and instructive visuals.
- View 2018 American History: Reconstruction to Present Table of Contents.
- Hardcover, 1120 Pages
Digital Access Subscriptions (1-year) includes one of each item:
(NOTE: The digital access components are not available for individual purchase yet. You need to purchase a Homeschool Kit for each student.)
- Online Student Resource Package
The Online Student Edition resides on a responsive learning system, enabling it to function across operating systems and devices. Features:
• Audio—Provides support for struggling readers and auditory learners.
• Highlighting and Note-taking
• Access to Reading Study Guide, Interactives, and more.
- Online Teacher Resource Package 9780358243335
1. Discover—Quickly access content and search program resources.
2. Plans—Organize resources and create plans.
3. Assignments—Create assignments and track progress of assignments.
4. Data & Reports—Monitor student’s daily progress.
NOTE: This is a print and digital homeschool kit.
Digital components come with a 1-year subscription.
You will receive your digital access from [email protected]
1 American Beginnings to 1877 (Prologue)
2 Westward Expansion
4 Immigration and Urbanization
6 U.S. Imperialism
7 World War I
8 The Roaring Twenties
9 The Great Depression
10 The New Deal
11 World War II
12 The Cold War
13 The Postwar Boom
14 An Era of Social Change
15 Civil Rights
16 The Vietnam War
17 Transitions and Conservatism
18 Into a New Millennium
19 The United States in the 21st Century