MyWorld Interactive American History (2019)

MyWorld Interactive American History (2019)
 
 

The new myWorld Interactive encourages students from diverse populations to explore their world, expand their thinking, and engage with instructional shifts suggested by the College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework for Social Studies State Standards. The instructional design balances direct instruction, small group interaction, hands-on practice, robust resources, and scaffolded reading support.

Student-Centered American History Inspired by You

Inspire students to become skilled citizens. myWorld Interactive emphasizes active inquiry, strong literacy connections, and a wide range of teaching options. The program is available as American History survey or Beginnings to 1877 edition. myWorld Interactive promotes critical thinking, problem solving, evidence-based reasoning, and communications skills. It’s the student-centered American history curriculum that helps you implement your state’s standards and the College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework for Social Studies.

Inspire Active Learning

Project-Based Learning helps students become skilled inquirers. myWorld Interactive helps guide students through the inquiry process. Projects align to the College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework for Social Studies, while introducing fundamental principles, events, and historical figures of American history.

Inspire Literacy Engagement

Integrated lessons and routines help students read text closely, analyze information, and construct well-defended arguments. myWorld Interactive develops students’ language skills and vocabulary, reinforcing your ELA/literacy standards.


Inspire Your Classroom

This is our most flexible American history curriculum yet. Multiple options and resources support culturally responsive teaching, differentiation, and delivery approaches. The program adapts to your schedule, your classroom, and your preferences.



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