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Title: Multimedia Learning, LLC


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Multimedia Learning, LLC
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  • This CD is not intended to follow any one United
    States historical topic.
  • Our complete presentations and materials are
    aligned with the
  • National History Standards.
  • The following are sample slides from titles
    including
  • Colonization to Reconstruction Early history
    review
  • Slavery
  • Westward Movement
  • Causes of the Civil War
  • The Civil War
  • Causes of World War II
  • World War II
  • Late History Overview 1970s, 1980s, 1990s

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Colonization to Reconstruction Early U.S.
History Review Slavery in America Colonial
Era Revolutionary War Era Causes of the Civil War
The Civil War Reconstruction 1863-1877 Rise
of Industrial America 1865-1900 Response to
Industrialism Protest Movements, Unions, and the
Agrarian Revolt Westward Movement The
Progressive Era World War I 1920's America
Becomes a World Power Imperialism Immigration
Urbanization The Great Depression and the New
Deal Causes of World War II World War II U.S.
Foreign Policy in the Cold War Era Truman to
Kennedy U.S. Foreign Policy in the Cold War Era
Johnson to the Fall of the Berlin Wall The
1950's The Civil Rights Movement Vietnam Late
History Overview 1970s, 1980s, 1990s
Complete catalog of Multimedia Learning, LLC
presentations
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  • Created by classroom teachers
  • Easy to use in several formats, including
    teacher-directed slide shows with an LCD or large
    screen monitor, overheads, photocopied handouts,
    or in a computer lab setting
  • Different learning modalities are addressed
    throughout the units by the inclusion of audio,
    visual, written, and other learning styles.

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Each CD-ROM includes      100-250
slides (PowerPoint)      Lecture
notes      Crossword puzzles      Exams     
Document-based other types of
assignments      Rubrics and assignments
included (when applicable)
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  • Each PowerPoint presentation includes
  •      Graphs      Charts      Maps      Audio
    (select units)      Video (select units)     
    Pictures      Historical documents     
    Political cartoons      Artwork      Textboxes
    that explain the content       of the slide

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  • COLONIZATION TO RECONSTRUCTION
  • EARLY U.S. HISTORY REVIEW

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Colonization to Reconstruction Early U.S.
History Review
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Spain controlled most of South and Central
America, much of the Caribbean, and parts of
North America. However territory that large was
difficult to control and therefore was open to
attack. Other European countries had seen the
riches brought back by Spain and were eager to
stake a claim.
Colonization to Reconstruction Early U.S.
History Review
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The colonial regions were diverse in the method
founded, geographic features, and economies
THE DARKER THE COLOR, THE HIGHER THE ELEVATION
Colonization to Reconstruction Early U.S.
History Review
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OVERVIEW OF THE MIDDLE COLONIES
  • NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY, PENNSYLVANIA, DELAWARE
  • Ethnically diverse, especially along the Hudson
    River
  • Busy shipping ports
  • Lush farmland led to grain and livestock
    production like wheat and rye, beef and pork
  • Cottage industries were weaving, shoemaking,
    cabinet making, and other artisan crafts
  • Additional workers were recruited from Europe as
    indentured servants, who would work for a
    specified number of years to pay for their passage

Colonization to Reconstruction Early U.S.
History Review
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BOTH SIDES HAD STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES
Colonization to Reconstruction Early U.S.
History Review
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  • SLAVERY

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Covert resistance
Covert resistance was the most subtle and common
form of resistance since the silent sabotage
could not be proven. Examples included faked
incompetence, pretending to not understand
directions, slowed pace of work, pretending to be
sick or petty theft. More extreme examples
included self-mutilation, arson, and suicide. The
Sambo stereotype of the lazy incompetent slave
was actually a deliberate subversive action on
the part of slaves.
I was never acquainted with a slave who believed
that he violated any rule of morality by
appropriating to himself any thing that belonged
to his master, if it was necessary to his
comfort. Charles Ball, former slave
Slavery
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COTTON AS OF U.S. EXPORTS, 1800-1860
Note In 2005, the U.S. is still the world leader
in cotton production.

YEAR
Slavery
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  • WESTWARD MOVEMENT

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MAP OF LEWIS AND CLARKS JOURNEY OF EXPLORATION
Westward Movement
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  • CAUSES OF THE
  • CIVIL WAR

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Abolitionists had numerous meetings and
anti-slavery fairs
Causes of the Civil War
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  • THE CIVIL WAR

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The closeness of the place, and the heat of the
climate, added to the number in the ship, which
was so crowded that each had scarcely room to
turn himself, almost suffocated us. This produced
copious perspirations, so that the air soon
became unfit for respiration, from a variety of
loathsome smells, and brought on a sickness among
the slaves, of which many died, thus falling
victims to the improvident avarice, as I may call
it, of their purchasers.
Plan and Sections of a Slave Ship, 1789. The
Brookes carried 609 slaves (351 men, 127, women,
90 boys, and 41 girls) crammed into its decks.
The Civil War
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Banknotes from the early 19th century featured
scenes of slavery.
The Civil War
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The Civil War
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  • CAUSES OF WORLD WAR II

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Causes of WWII
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MILITARY STRENGTH COMPARSION BETWEEN GERMANY AND
POLAND IN 1939
Causes of WWII
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  • WORLD WAR II

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HITLER CONQUERS DENMARK, NORWAY, NETHERLANDS,
BELGIUM, AND LUXEMBOURG
WWII
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The world is shocked when Germany and the
U.S.S.R. signed a Nonaggression Pact, promising
not to attack each other
WWII
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WWII Click above speaker to play sound
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WWII click to play sound
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Federal spending increase in billions of dollars,
1940-1945
WWII
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Women played an important role in the war effort
on the homefront
WWII
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TUSKEGEE AIRMEN
WWII
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They were the most highly decorated unit in the
military
The 442nd infantry unit was made up of Japanese
Americans
WWII
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D-DAY INVASION BEACHES
WWII
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JULY 16, 1945, TRINITY, FIRST EXPLOSION OF AN
ATOMIC BOMB IN THE NEW MEXICO DESERT
WWII
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HOW AMERICA CHANGED AFTER WWII
THE GREAT DEPRESSION WAS FINALLY OVER AND A NEW
PERIOD OF PROSPERITY BEGAN
FEAR AND RACISM AGAINST JAPANESE AMERICANS LED
TO THEIR INTERNMENT
WOMEN AND MINORITIES FOUND NEW EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITIES
BARRIERS TO BLACK PARTICIPATION IN THE ECONOMY
AND MILITARY DURING THE WAR LED TO THE CIVIL
RIGHTS MOVEMENT
AFTER THE WAR, AMERICA ABANDONED ISOLATIONISM
WWII
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  • Late History Overview
  • 1970s, 1980s, 1990s

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Nixons Supreme Court nominations
Warren Burger, 1969
Lewis Powell, 1971
William Rehnquist, 1971
Late History Overview 1970s, 1980s, 1990s
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President Nixon, as part of Vietnamization, began
withdrawing U.S. troops from Vietnam.
Late History Overview 1970s, 1980s, 1990s
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Vietnam combat death by ethnicity.
Source National Archives
Late History Overview 1970s, 1980s, 1990s
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Reagan and relations with the U.S.S.R.
Click pictures above to begin
Reagan called the U.S.S.R. the evil empire.
Late History Overview 1970s, 1980s, 1990s
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  • Examples of
  • primary source document assignments
  • questions for students to answer during the
    presentation
  • crossword puzzles

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Declaration of Independence Questions Name_______
_____________Period___ With a partner or small
group answer the following questions 1. What is
the purpose of the Declaration? 2. What three
natural or unalienable rights do men have? 3.
Governments get their power from whom? 4. What
must people do if government abuses its power?
5. According to the authors of the Declaration
who has committed the injustices? 6. How many
complaints do the colonists have? 7. Have the
colonists tried to resolve their complaints? If
so, how? 8. What are the signers going to do? 9.
How many people signed the Declaration? 10. Which
three grievances do you feel were the harshest to
the colonists and why? (6)
primary source document assignment Colonization
to Reconstruction
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Select presentations include anywhere from 50-150
questions
Causes of the Civil War Name_________________
__________________ 1. What invention ensured
that slavery would continue for many years in the
US? 2. What provisions regarding slavery are
found in the Constitution? 3. Use the map of
slave population in 1790 to answer these
questions Which state had the largest slave
population? Which states have the least? 4.
How many states have more than 30,000? 5. List
the many ways that the North and south developed
along different lines. 6. Use a fact from exports
and slave population to show why cotton was king
in the South by 1860.
Guided questions for students during
presentation Causes of the Civil War
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COLONIZATION TO RECONSTUCTION CROSSWORD PART THREE
COLONIZATION TO RECONSTRUCTION PART THREE CLUES
Across 1 President of the South during the Civil
War 5 split the South in half 6 amendment that
gave citizenship to Blacks 7 insult term for
southerners who helped with reconstruction 8 unio
n general that led the March to the
Sea 11 process by which a president can be
removed from office 13 agency set up to help
freed slaves and others in the conquered
South 16 issued by Lincoln after the Battle of
Antietam 17 amendment for color blind male
suffrage 18 the Confederate capitol city whose
capture meant the South was defeated 22 terrorist
group that targeted Blacks and their supporters
in the South 25 government formed by the seceding
southern states 26 amendment that banned
slavery 27 given by Lincoln after a great
battle 28 1861-1865 29 ended all hope for
European intervention on the southern
side 30 attack on this place started the
fighting Down 2 republican president during the
Civil War 3 keeps tenant farmers in
poverty 4 election of 1860 9 major union victory
that made the North believe they could win the
war 10 where Robert E. Lee surrendered the
Confederate army ending the war 12 separate
facilities for whites and blacks 14 both sides
realized it would be a long hard war 15 voting
rights for Blacks in the South 19 he became
president by promising to remove federal troops
from the South, ending reconstruction 20 first
African American Senator 21 lenient toward the
south 23 after the Civil War when the U.S. was
reunited 24 northerners who came to the south
during reconstruction
Crossword puzzle Colonization to Reconstruction
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ANSWER KEY
Crossword puzzle Colonization to Reconstruction
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Colonization to Reconstruction Early U.S.
History Review Slavery in America Colonial
Era Revolutionary War Era Causes of the Civil War
The Civil War Reconstruction 1863-1877 Rise
of Industrial America 1865-1900 Response to
Industrialism Protest Movements, Unions, and the
Agrarian Revolt Westward Movement The
Progressive Era World War I 1920's America
Becomes a World Power Imperialism Immigration
Urbanization The Great Depression and the New
Deal Causes of World War II World War II U.S.
Foreign Policy in the Cold War Era Truman to
Kennedy U.S. Foreign Policy in the Cold War Era
Johnson to the Fall of the Berlin Wall The
1950's The Civil Rights Movement Vietnam Late
History Overview 1970s, 1980s, 1990s
Complete catalog of Multimedia Learning, LLC
presentations
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