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With captivating videos and engaging narrative, Life in America Online offers a fascinating glimpse into the social history of the nation, covering everything from the foods people ate and the ways they dressed to entertainment and popular pastimes. From the beginnings of the country through a civil war and two world wars to the present day, each of the nine Learning Units in this eLearning Module examines a single period of time in American history and presents a remarkable array of valuable information. Support materials for students include timelines and information on key people of each era.
This eLearning Module is excellent for distance learning, study abroad, and tutoring programs. This dynamic and compelling online resource picks up where the textbook leaves off, bringing the subject matter to life. eLearning Modules are the perfect solution to every educator's goal: helping students achieve their best.
- Correlations to Common Core, state, and national educational standards
- Proprietary content
- High-quality Flash® videos
- Support materials
- Media galleries
- Google Translate on every page, with 53 languages to choose from
- Read Aloud audio tool
- Dynamic full citations
- Search results with hit highlighting and Search Assist technology
- Print and email capabilities and text-resize tool
- Persistent record links
- Usage statistics.
Learning Units in Life in America Online include:
- Colonial and Revolutionary Era, Beginnings to 1783
- Early National Period and Expansion, 1783 to 1859
- Civil War and Reconstruction, 1860 to 1876
- The Gilded Age, 1870 to 1900
- The Age of Reform, 1890 to 1920
- The Roaring Twenties, 1920 to 1929
- The Great Depression and World War II, 1929 to 1949
- Postwar America, 1950 to 1969
- Contemporary America, 1970 to the Present.