Through a variety of question types featuring primary source documents, images, maps and videos, answers pecific feedback, and game-like elements such as the ability to wager points, students are motivated to keep working until they’ve mastered the concepts. Students can access their ebook from InQuizitive if they need help.
The History Skills Tutorials are four interactive, online modules that provide a framework for analyzing primary and secondary source documents, images, and maps that can be found in the text.
With Norton Ebooks, students are able to have an active reading experience and can take notes, bookmark, search, highlight, and even read offline. As an instructor, you can even add your own notes for students to see as they read the text. Norton Ebooks can be viewed on—and synced among—all computers and mobile devices.
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Read the interactive ebook. The ebook features embedded Author Videos featuring Eric Foner, pop-up Key Terms definitions within the narrative, and enlargeable Images and Maps.
Designed by a cognitive psychologist, InQuizitive adaptive learning activities promote a growth mindset and build understanding through retrieval practice and concept application.
Instructors tell us that assigning InQuizitive for 10–15 percent of the course points ensures students complete the reading and understand important concepts. Integration ensures that grades flow into your LMS gradebook.
Activities, interactives, and videos in our Norton Teaching Tools refresh your syllabus, engage students, and illuminate challenging concepts.
History Skills Tutorials are interactive modules, with guiding author videos, that engage students in analyzing and interpreting documents, images, and maps. The Sixth Edition features a new module on secondary sources.
Interactive Lecture PowerPoints include activities to engage students in-person or online.
Primary-Source Exercises for each chapter focusing on primary sources for analysis with accompanying quizzes consisting of multiple choice questions and short-response questions.
Author Videos featuring Eric Foner explaining essential developments and difficult concepts, including sixteen new “Who is an American?” videos that give students a detailed depiction of the characters who populate this new book feature, the contexts in which they lived, and their relevance to the question.
Norton Testmaker offers high quality assessment to build tests easily, with questions tagged to Bloom’s and APA guidelines. Norton Testmaker makes it easy to customize tests online and deliver them through your LMS or on paper. The Test Bank features 30% new or revised questions among more than 4,000 questions.