FDR and ER  
    Welcome to US History II
    Period 2 - E-38
    Period 7 - F-48
    This course focuses on United States History in the 20th century, exploring the political, economic and social factors that have influenced the development of the United States as a participant in the global community. Students will explore the course via five thematic strands which include a focus on the United States as an emerging multiracial/multicultural society, engine of technological and economic growth, participant in global affairs, evolving democratic republic and agent of social change. Students will explore each unit through a variety of teaching methods and assessments aimed at the development of appropriate thinking, research and communication skills with an emphasis on documentary analysis and interpretation. This will allow students to gain a deep understanding of the complex issues surrounding historical events and make strong connections to current events that will shape the future of this nation.
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