U.S. | 6th Edition
A Narrative History - To 1865
AUTHOR: Davidson, Jim and DeLay, Brian
PUBLISHER: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
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For your classes in American History, McGraw-Hill introduces the latest edition ofU*S: A Narrative History, part of the acclaimed M Series. The M Series started with you and your students. McGraw-Hill conducted extensive market research to gain insight into students' studying and learning behavior. Students want text programs with visual appeal and content designed according to the way they learn. Instructors desire greater student involvement in the course content without compromising on high quality content.
From a known and trusted author team,U*S: A Narrative Historytells the story of us, the American people, with all the visually engaging, personally involving material that your students want. This innovative text provides instructors with scholarly, succinct, and conventionally organized core content; a highly readable and unified narrative that is continental in scope; and a magazine format that engages students and helps them connect with the nation's past.
Plus,U*S: A Narrative Historynow offersConnect History, a new web-based assignment and assessment platform, which combines a fully integrated eBook with powerful learning and teaching tools that make managing assignments easier and learning and studying more engaging and efficient. For instance, a groundbreaking adaptive questioning diagnostic,LearnSmart, provides a personalized study plan for students to ensure that they understand chapter content, while engaging interactivities such asCritical Missionsinvolves students deeply in situations as they sharpen their analytical skills and increase their historical understanding.
U*S: A Narrative Historyis more current, more portable, and more captivating. Its rigorous and innovative research foundation, plus Connect History adds up to: more learning. When you meet students where they are, you can take them where you want them to be.
PUBLICATION DATE: 5/25/2011