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Copyright by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved No part of this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by. any means electronic or mechanical including photocopying or recording or by any. information storage or retrieval system without the prior written permission of the copyright. owner unless such copying is expressly permitted by federal copyright law. Permission is hereby granted to individuals using the corresponding student s textbook or kit. as the major vehicle for regular classroom instruction to photocopy entire pages from this. publication in classroom quantities for instructional use and not for resale Requests for. information on other matters regarding duplication of this work should be addressed to. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Attn Contracts Copyrights and Licensing. 9400 South Park Center Loop Orlando Florida 32819, Printed in the U S A. ISBN 978 0 547 52136 7, 123456789 XXX 16 15 14 13 12 11 10. 450000000000 A B C D E F G, If you have received these materials as examination copies free of charge Houghton. Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company retains title to the materials and they may not be. resold Resale of examination copies is strictly prohibited. Possession of this publication in print format does not entitle users to convert this. publication or any portion of it into electronic format. Being a Strategic Reader v, Chapter 1 Exploration and the Chapter 8 Life at the Turn of the. Colonial Era 20th Century, Section 1 1 Section 1 108.
Section 2 5 Section 2 111, Section 3 9 Section 3 114. Section 4 13 Section 4 118, Chapter 2 Revolution and the Early Chapter 9 The Progressive Era. Republic Section 1 122, Section 1 17 Section 2 126. Section 2 21 Section 3 129, Section 3 24 Section 4 133. Section 4 28 Section 5 136, The Living Constitution Chapter 10 America Claims an.
Section 1 31 Empire, Section 2 35 Section 1 140, Section 3 39 Section 2 143. Section 4 42 Section 3 147, Chapter 3 The Growth of a Young Section 4 151. Nation Chapter 11 The First World War, Section 1 46 Section 1 155. Section 2 49 Section 2 159, Section 3 53 Section 3 163. Section 4 56 Section 4 167, Section 5 59, Chapter 12 Politics of the Roaring.
Chapter 4 The Union in Peril Twenties, Section 1 62 Section 1 171. Section 2 66 Section 2 175, Section 3 70 Section 3 178. Section 4 73, Chapter 13 The Roaring Life of the, Chapter 5 Changes on the Western 1920s. Frontier Section 1 181, Section 1 77 Section 2 185. Section 2 81 Section 3 188, Section 3 84 Section 4 191.
Chapter 6 A New Industrial Age Chapter 14 The Great Depression. Section 1 88 Begins, Section 2 91 Section 1 194, Section 3 94 Section 2 198. Section 3 202, Chapter 7 Immigrants and, Urbanization. Section 1 98, Section 2 101, Section 3 104, Original content Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Additions and changes to the original content are the responsibility of the instructor. iii Guided Reading Workbook, continued Contents, Chapter 15 The New Deal Chapter 21 Civil Rights. Section 1 205 Section 1 293, Section 2 209 Section 2 297.
Section 3 212 Section 3 301, Section 4 216, Chapter 22 The Vietnam War Years. Section 5 219, Section 1 305, Chapter 16 World War Looms Section 2 309. Section 1 222 Section 3 312, Section 2 226 Section 4 315. Section 3 230 Section 5 319, Section 4 234, Chapter 23 An Era of Social Change. Chapter 17 The United States in Section 1 323, World War II Section 2 327.
Section 1 238 Section 3 330, Section 2 241, Chapter 24 An Age of Limits. Section 3 245, Section 1 333, Section 4 249, Section 2 337. Chapter 18 Cold War Conflicts Section 3 341, Section 1 252 Section 4 345. Section 2 256, Chapter 25 The Conservative Tide, Section 3 259. Section 1 348, Section 4 263, Section 2 351, Chapter 19 The Postwar Boom Section 3 355.
Section 1 267 Section 4 359, Section 2 271, Chapter 26 The United States in. Section 3 275, Today s World, Section 4 279, Section 1 363. Chapter 20 The New Frontier and the Section 2 367, Great Society Section 3 370. Section 1 282 Section 4 373, Section 2 286, Section 3 289. Original content Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Additions and changes to the original content are the responsibility of the instructor. iv Guided Reading Workbook, Being a Strategic Reader.
How to Use This Book, The purpose of this Guided Reading Workbook is to help you read and. understand your history textbook The Americans Reconstruction to the. 21st Century You can use this Guided Reading Workbook in two ways. 1 Use the Guided Reading Workbook Strategy Read the Terms. side by side with your history book and Names and the definition. of each The Terms and, Turn to the section that you Names are in dark type in the. are going to read in the section, textbook Then next to. the book put the pages, from the Guided Reading, Workbook that accompany. that section All of the, heads in the Guided, Reading Workbook match.
the heads in the textbook, Use the Guided Reading, Workbook to help you. read and organize the, information in the, 2 Use the Guided Reading. Workbook to study the, material that will appear, in the chapter tests. Reread the summary of, every chapter, Review the definitions of. the Terms and Names in, the Guided Reading, Review the graphic.
organizer that you, created as you read, the summaries Strategy Use a graphic Strategy Read the. Review your answers organizer to help you summary It contains the. organize information in the main ideas and the key. to questions section information under the head, Original content Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Additions and changes to the original content are the responsibility of the instructor. v Guided Reading Workbook, continued Being a Strategic Reader. Strategy Underline the main, ideas and key information as. Strategy Answer the, question at the end of each, Original content Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Additions and changes to the original content are the responsibility of the instructor.
vi Guided Reading Workbook, continued Being a Strategic Reader. The last page of each section of the Guided Reading Workbook ends with a. graphic organizer that will help you better understand the information in. the section Use the graphic organizer to take notes as you read The notes. can help you to prepare for the section quiz and chapter tests. Original content Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Additions and changes to the original content are the responsibility of the instructor. vii Guided Reading Workbook, Name Class Date, Exploration and the Colonial Era. The Americas West Africa and, Terms and Names, nomadic Moving from place to place in search of food and water. Aztecs People who built an empire in Mexico beginning in the 1200s. Anasazi Native Americans of the Southwest about A D 100 to 1300. Pueblo Native American group in the Southwest, Iroquois Native American group in Eastern North America. Benin African kingdom around the Niger River known for metalworking. Kongo Small kingdoms on the lower Congo River united under one ruler. Islam Religion founded by Muhammad in the 600s, Christianity A religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus.
Reformation Split in the Christian Church that led to Protestantism. Renaissance A term meaning rebirth of the kind of interest in the physical world. that had characterized ancient Greece and Rome, Before You Read. In this section you will learn about the people who lived in North. America West Africa and Europe in the 1400s In the next section you. will see how these people came together in the Americas. As You Read, Use a web diagram to take notes on how trade and commerce affected. regions in different time periods, ANCIENT CULTURES IN THE Mexico discovered a new way to get food. AMERICAS Pages 4 6 They began to raise plants or to farm The. Who lived in the Americas first practice of farming spread Because. The first humans came to the Americas people who farmed no longer had to. from Asia about 22 000 years ago Over search for plant foods they could stay in. thousands of years these nomadic people one place They could turn their attention. moved from place to place spreading out to learning crafts and to building settled. across North and South America They communities In this way farming made. lived by hunting animals and gathering possible the growth of civilizations. wild plants Beginning about 3 000 years ago 1000, Between 10 000 and 5 000 years ago B C a number of rich and complex Native. 800 to 3000 B C people living in American civilizations developed The. Original content Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Additions and changes to the original content are the responsibility of the instructor. 1 Guided Reading Workbook, Name Class Date, Section 1 continued.
Aztecs settled in Mexico in the 1200s The WEST AFRICAN SOCIETIES OF. Anasazi farmed the dry areas of the THE 1400S Pages 8 10. Southwest between 300 B C and A D 1400 What was life like in a West African. 1 Who were the first people to live in kingdom, the Americas Three powerful kingdoms with strong. rulers played important roles in West, Africa Songhai controlled trade across. the Sahara Desert Benin was a powerful, nation in the forests of the southern. coast In central Africa the kingdom of, NATIVE AMERICAN SOCIETIES OF the Kongo united smaller areas under. THE 1400S Pages 6 8 one ruler, How did Native Americans live Most West Africans lived with their.
Native American people lived in many families in small villages They farmed. kinds of environments For example the herded hunted and fished The oldest. Pueblo people lived in the dry people in the family had the most. Southwest today s Arizona and New influence over the others. Mexico They built adobe houses and Religious rituals were important in. grew corn and beans In the forests of daily life West Africans respected the. the Northeast today s New York state spirits of living and non living things. the Iroquois hunted fished and Many also believed in a single Creator. gathered fruits and nuts By the 1400s some West African. Trade routes across North America leaders had accepted a new religion called. linked Native American groups that lived Islam Islam was founded by Muhammad. far apart Trade allowed them to share in Arabia in 622 It taught that there is. both goods and ideas only one God called Allah Islam later. Native Americans did not buy and sell spread among ordinary people. land They treated the land as a resource The kingdoms of West Africa were. for all groups to share They felt that the connected to North Africa Europe and. world was filled with spirits For instance Asia by trade Sailors and traders arrived. the spirit of a relative who had died might from Portugal in the 1400s Some. still serve as a guide to the living Portuguese settled on islands off Africa. The family was the basic unit Groups They started large farms or plantations to. of families or clans got together for grow sugar cane The Portuguese started. special events By the time Europeans the use of African slaves for field labor. arrived in North America Native 3 What were two ways of earning a. American cultures were thousands of living in a West African kingdom. 2 How did Native American people in, different environments get their food. Original content Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Additions and changes to the original content are the responsibility of the instructor. 2 Guided Reading Workbook, Name Class Date, Section 1 continued. EUROPEAN SOCIETIES OF THE churches This movement was called the. 1400S Pages 10 13 Reformation, What was happening in Europe The Reformation led to a split in. In European societies everyone had a Europe between Catholics and Protestants. rank or position Rulers and nobles owned In this time four powerful nations arose. the most land and were the most powerful Portugal Spain France and England. Leaders of the church or clergy were also The 1400s were the time of the. important At the bottom were the Renaissance a term meaning rebirth of. peasants who worked in the fields Most the kind of interest in the physical world. Europeans lived in small farming villages characterized by ancient Greece and. European society was beginning to Rome The new learning led to inventions. change Christianity a religion based on like the printing press and new ways to. the life and teachings of Jesus was the navigate with new sailing technology. dominant religion in Western Europe In 4 What were two important changes in. the early 1500s reformers called for Europe, changes in the Church Some of these. reformers broke away from the Roman, Catholic Church and formed Protestant.
Original content Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Additions and changes to the original content are the responsibility of the instructor. 3 Guided Reading Workbook, Name Class Date, Section 1 continued. As you read about the cultures of the Americas Africa and Europe fill out. the chart below by writing notes that describe the achievements of those. Achievements, 1 Ancient Americans, 2 Native Americans. understand your history textbook The Americans Reconstruction to the 21st Century You can use this Guided Reading Workbook in two ways 1 Use the Guided Reading Workbook side by side with your history book Turn to the section that you are going to read in the textbook Then next to the book put the pages from the Guided Reading

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