Below are links to great resources...
A website full of resources for students of Social Studies.
National Council for the Social Studies
An on-line resource for citing sources.
EasyBib - Citing Resource
A link to a resource for MLA in-text and bibliographic citations.
OWL at Purdue - for citation help
Revised and Interactive Bloom's Taxonomy
Use this to access on-line databases from home. You need your 16
digit library card and your PIN to access. Your default PIN is
the last 4 numbers of your telephone number.
Pierce County Library On-line Resources
Another great resource for the CBA - Constitutional Issues.
A great resource for the CBA - Constitutional Issues.
Ten Commandments of Good Historical Writing
Tenement Virtual Tour
Newport Mansions Resource Guide
Use this link to compute the values of monetary figures between
1774 and 2011.
AP US History Exam Calculator
Modern World History Link
Causes of Conflict CBA Rubric
Causes of Conflict CBA Graphic Organizer
Modern History Sourcebook
PNW - History in Context Link
"Common Sense" by Thomas Paine
AP US History students looked at Madison's #10. Check the link
for access to the entire collection of
writings by John Jay, Alexander Hamilton, and James Madison.
The Federalist Papers
APUSH students: take a minute or two to read this speech.
William Jennings Bryan's "Cross of Gold" Speech
Check out this site for condensed charts, thematic summaries, key
List of American Presidents
APUSH Study Guides
US History Sources
An audio version of chapters 13-40 available for students to
AP US History - Podcast of "The American Pageant" Chapters 13-40
AP College Board - US History FRQ Prompts
Scroll down to the bottom and view the videos under "History".
There are a few overview videos available to access from home or
APUSH: KHAN Academy - History Review Videos
This is a student created video (from a different school)that is
only accessible from home.
APUSH - video review
AP students: This link will give you access to each chapter of
Howard Zinn's " A People's History of the US." It is a great
resource and is widely used in classes across the country. There
will be a few assigned readings but I encourage you to read the
other chapters as well.
APUSH - "A People's History of the United States: 1492-Present"