U.S. History, Semester A
US History is the study of the events, people, and culture of the United States over time. In US History A, you will learn about the process of historical inquiry, review the events and principles behind the founding of the United States, and then apply historical inquiry to analyze societal issues, trends, and events from the Civil War through the Great Depression. YouÕll explore timelines to gain an understanding of how events link to each other, and youÕll analyze historical documents for a firsthand sense of how events unfolded. YouÕll also gather evidence from relevant documents and historical texts in order to develop credible explanations of events in US history. YouÕll then use that evidence to evaluate change and continuity over time by writing essays and creating presentations about broad periods of historical development.
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