American History Odyssey Level Three

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American History Odyssey level three is a student guide that provides step by step lessons to teach American history from the late 15th century to the beginning of the 21st century. AHO Level 3 was written to be used independently by students with the parent/teacher assisting when necessary with lessons and assessing the student’s completed work. Due to the complexity and enormity of AHO Level 3, we highly recommend the American History Odyssey Teacher Guide (Sold separately, Item #1982). The Teacher Guide provides extensive assistance with tackling the literature readings and critical thinking assignments found in AHO3. The Teacher Guide also provides scheduling and planning for each of the nine units, learning goals and objectives, unit exams and answer keys, essay and research paper writing assistance, grading rubrics, group suggestions, and map answer keys.

Literature and writing instructions and assignments found in the course include designing research questions, art and political cartoon/advertisement analysis, developing a thesis statement, composing a research paper, How to Write an Essay, persuasive writing, literary and poetry analysis, conducting interviews, presenting oral reports and presentations, and historical and geographical analysis in American literature. 332 pages. Grades 9-12. From Pandia Press. Spiral Bound

American History Odyssey Level Three

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Critical thinking with history studies found in this course include project-based history learning; identification of connections and cause/effect relationships; evaluation of the validity and type of history sources; analysis of historical documents; detailed evaluation of wars, conflicts, and regimes; in-depth study of various political doctrines; and identification of connections between geography and history through extensive map work. This course includes:

  • 17 American history blackline maps Unit exams (found in the Teacher Guide for the eBook, in both books for the printed edition)
  • Primary resources and literature excerpts 167 detailed lessons covering:
  • Literature readings 17 Original history overviews
  • Map work
  • Projects
  • Research
  • Writing assignments

High School Credits: If you choose to follow the AHO curriculum closely, you can award your student the following credits: One credit for high school History, half to two-thirds credit high school English (supplement with additional writing instruction and grammar work for a full credit of high school English), half credit for high school Geography

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