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Everything You Need to Ace American History in One Big Fat Notebook: The Complete Middle School Study Guide (Big Fat Notebooks) Paperback – August 9, 2016
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The Complete Middle School Study Guide
The perfect next step for every kid who grew up on Brain Quest—the Big Fat Notebook series: a complete study guide series for 6th through 8th grade students that’s like borrowing the notes of the smartest kid in class.
Smart Doodles with Personality
Fun and funny doodles illuminate tricky lessons and incorporate visual learning.
Kid-friendly Definitions and Diagrams
Kid-friendly vocabulary, clear definitions, and diagrams visualize critical ideas.
Mnemonics and helpful shortcuts help students remember key concepts.
From School Library Journal
Gr 5–8—Billing itself as a comprehensive study guide, this book has the appearance and content of a good set of student notes. Pages are ruled like notebook paper, and the font looks like hand printing. Chronological "units," divided into shorter chapters, closely follow the content arrangement of many American history texts, from the earliest human inhabitants of North America to the Iraq War and Obama's election. Rothman summarizes the main concepts and details of the themes, events, and important people and dates of U.S. history, devoting about a paragraph to each topic. The limited interpretation and analysis are consistent with mainstream historical thought and scholarship. Organization is student-friendly, with headings in green type, key history information in blue, and yellow-highlighted general vocabulary terms that are defined in adjacent boxes. Sidebars provide limited supplemental information, and there are numerous maps but no index. The few illustrations look like student doodles and usually have a humorous take on history. "Check Your Knowledge" questions end each chapter and are answered on following pages. More textbook content-oriented than various editions of Kenneth C. Davis's "Don't Know Much" series overviews of American history, this book is exactly what it claims to be—a study guide. More volumes, covering science, world history, and other subjects, are publishing simultaneously—all titles meet Common Core State Standards. VERDICT Best suited for students looking to sharpen history skills and bolster their confidence.—Mary Mueller, Rolla Public Schools, MO
From the Back Cover
This BIG FAT NOTEBOOK makes all the stuff you learn in school “SINK IN” with
- key concepts
- mnemonic devices
- and doodles
- Native American Cultures
- The 13 Colonies
- The Louisiana Purchase
- Burr vs. Hamilton
- The Civil War
- The Industrial Revolution
- World War I
- The Great Depression
- Pearl Harbor to D-Day
- The Civil Rights Movement
- 9/11 and more