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McDougal Littell World History: Patterns of Interaction

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McDougal Littell World History: Patterns of Interaction

Roger B. Beck, Linda Black, Larry S. Krieger, Phillip C. Naylor, Dahia Ibo Shabaka, “McDougal Littell World History: Patterns of Interaction”
McDougal Littell, division of Houghton Mifflin Co. | 2009 | ISBN: 061818774X | 1324 pages | PDF | 114,5 MB

Engaging visuals and interactive technology help all students make connections between yesterday and today's world.
High-interest, engaging visuals and interactive technology help make history accessible to all students. Tips and activities for struggling readers, English Language Learners, and gifted and talented students along with customized test preparation provide support to a wide range of students.
First-hand accounts of history and document-based questions help your students develop and improve their critical-thinking skills. A variety of primary sources, which are integrated into the narrative, can be found in the Primary Sources Handbook and are featured on the Electronic Library of Primary Sources CD-ROM.
World History: Patterns of Interaction focuses on key concepts, themes, and patterns of interaction found throughout history. Your students will connect to the events and ideas of the past and see global connections.

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