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Course SummaryThis Prentice Hall United States History Textbook Companion Course uses simple and fun videos to help students learn U.S. history and earn a better grade. This textbook companion effectively teaches all the important US history concepts. Each of the video lessons is about five minutes long and is sequenced to align with the chapters in the Prentice Hall United States History textbook.
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- Detailed video explanations for wrong answers
Who's It For?
Anyone enrolled in a class using the Prentice Hall United States History textbook should consider this companion course. You will learn the material faster, retain it longer and earn a better grade.
How It Works
- Identify the chapters in your Prentice Hall United States History textbook with which you need help.
- Find the corresponding chapter within our Prentice Hall United States History Textbook Companion Course.
- Watch fun videos that cover the US history topics you need to learn or review.
- Complete the quizzes to test your understanding.
- If you need additional help, re-watch the videos until you've mastered the material or submit a question for one of our instructors.
Why It Works
- Fun Content: These videos make learning Prentice Hall United States History fun with engaging animation and real-world examples.
- Great Instructors: Study.com uses exceptional educators who can take concepts like creating the Constitution and make them easy to understand.
- Multiple Ways to Learn: Watch videos or read the lesson transcript.
- Easy to Use: Access this textbook companion on any smartphone, tablet or laptop.
Students will learn topics including:
- Cultures meeting over time
- European and American colonization
- The American Revolution
- Constitution creation
- New Republic
- Nationalism and sectionalism
- Religious reform
- Manifest Destiny
- Union crisis and the Civil War
- Reconstruction Era
- Second Industrial Revolution
- Immigration and urbanization
- Southern and Western transformation and Gilded Age issues
- The Progressive Era and world power emergence
- World War I
- The Great Depression
- The New Deal
- World War II
- The Cold War and postwar confidence and anxiety
- The Civil Rights Movement
- Presidents Kennedy and Johnson
- Vietnam War and protest
- The Conservative Resurgence
- The early 1990s to present
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