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Course SummaryCheck out this middle grades social science course to review important events and time periods from American, European and world history. The course's online lessons and quizzes can help you supplement your social science textbooks and study for exams.
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This comprehensive social science course is designed to help you quickly review the historical topics that are typically taught in middle school social studies and history classes. Access the course at any time to refresh your understanding of North American geography, 20th-century American history, European political developments and much more. These fun lessons are taught by expert instructors who use a simplified and engaging teaching style. The course also comes with plenty of practice quizzes to help you reinforce your social science knowledge. You can also study the course at any time that fits your schedule.
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- Students can access the course at any time to supplement their textbooks, get homework help and prepare for upcoming social science exams.
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- Social science teachers can easily incorporate the course's lessons, quizzes and transcripts in the classroom.
- Independent learners who want to improve their social science knowledge can access these lessons and quizzes on any Internet-connected device.
- The events leading up to the American Revolution
- The Virginia Dynasty
- Political developments in Asia and Europe
- The period between WWI and WWII
- Post-1945 Western civilization
- American imperialism
- American history from the 1970s through the present
- North American and U.S. geography
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