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Fabric of a Nation ; A Brief History with Skills and Sources

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book-author

Jason Stacy ; Matthew J. Ellington

file-type

PDF

isbn10

1319178170

isbn13

9781319178178

language

English

publisher

Bedford/St. Martin's


Book Description

“Fabric of a Nation: A Brief History with Skills and Sources, For the AP® Course Brief Edition” offers a concise yet rich exploration of American history tailored for the Advanced Placement (AP®) curriculum. Authored by Jason Stacy and Matthew J. Ellington, this edition presents a comprehensive overview of the nation's history, accompanied by essential skills and curated sources that enhance the learning experience.

Designed specifically for students navigating the challenges of the AP® course, this textbook delves into the multifaceted tapestry of American history. Through clear and engaging prose, readers are guided through pivotal moments, themes, and developments that have shaped the United States.

Noteworthy is the integration of skills and sources that empowers students to think critically, analyze historical evidence, and develop the tools necessary for effective historical inquiry. The authors' expertise in history and education is evident as they provide guidance on how to evaluate primary and secondary sources, interpret historical data, and construct well-reasoned arguments.

The “Brief Edition” strikes a balance between conciseness and depth, making it an ideal resource for students who are preparing for the rigor of the AP® exam. Complex ideas are presented in a accessible manner, ensuring that students can grasp and retain key concepts while building a nuanced understanding of American history.

One of the notable features of this edition is its integration of primary sources that provide firsthand insights into historical events and perspectives. These sources not only deepen students' engagement with history but also equip them with the skills to critically analyze and interpret various viewpoints.

“Fabric of a Nation: A Brief History with Skills and Sources, For the AP® Course Brief Edition” is more than just a history textbook; it's a comprehensive guide that equips students with the knowledge, skills, and resources necessary for success in their AP® history course and beyond. With its well-structured presentation, critical thinking emphasis, and curated sources, this edition serves as an indispensable tool for students navigating the complexities of American history and preparing for the challenges of the AP® exam.

book-author

Jason Stacy ; Matthew J. Ellington

file-type

PDF

isbn10

1319178170

isbn13

9781319178178

language

English

publisher

Bedford/St. Martin's

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