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NewPath Social Studies Classroom Pack, Grade 8, 25 Sets

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NewPath Social Studies Curriculum Mastery Game Classroom Pack for 8th grade is written by teachers using research-based principles and tested in the classroom. It includes 25 sets of 30 standards-based review cards, 12 double-sided, laminated game boards, comprehensive teacher planning and resource guide, presentation CD featuring interactive review question, free online subscription to access interactive content, activities and assessments. Set concentrates on areas like: Reconstruction after the Civil War; Industrial Growth; Progressive Era; Expansionism; World War I; The Roaring Twenties; The Great Depression; World War II; The Cold War; Civil Rights; The Vietnam War; The New Millennium; Mesopotamia; Egypt; Ancient Israel; Ancient Greece; Ancient Rome; Ancient China; Economics; and Environmental Changes. Set contains sufficient materials for 36 students.