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MASTERING GLOBAL HISTORY

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NEW- 4TH EDITION

Mastering Global History is a textbook intended for students who find global history especially challenging and who may need additional help for the Global History Regents examination. The content is presented in a variety of formats to appeal to different learning styles. The book is specifically designed for students with reading difficulties, limited English proficiency, or learning disabilities.

The book contains a number of important features that help students who have a below-grade reading level.

  • Test-Taking Strategies. More than 35 pages of test-taking strategies explain how to approach multiple-choice questions, thematic essays, and document-based essays.
  • Dynamic and Interactive Text. The text was developed by nationally-recognized experts in the field of testing, and goes beyond mere passive reading.
  • Strong Skill-Building Program. A special chapter shows students how to interpret different types of data including charts, maps, timelines, graphs, and pictures. Sharpening Your Test-Taking Skills sections show students how to answer scaffolding questions and how to plan and write thematic essays and DBQs.
  • Fully Aligned to New York's Learning Standards. Content chapters completely and comprehensively survey the most important developments in global history from the dawn of civilization to the present.
  • Accessible Text. Paragraph structures and vocabulary are simplified to allow easy readability and to boost student comprehension. Pre-reading and post-reading questions guide and motivate students. Students are continually asked to self-monitor their comprehension by interacting with the text. Visual elements on every page, such as illustrations, maps, charts, and graphs, help students to see relationships and conceptualize major events and developments.

Special Features Enhance Student Learning. Looking At sections highlight key themes in global history, such as world religions, the rise of governments, forces of social change, and the relationship of art to society. End-of-course Study Organizers prompt students to apply what they have learned. A list of major concepts and Area Study Guides further reinforce what students have learned in the course of the year.

NYSTL NUMBER: 1-882422-44-8
N.Y.C. Vendor Number: JAR 060
N.Y.C. Contract Number: 7000307

 


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