The Industrial Revolution to the Age of Globalization
Mark Willner, M.S., George A. Hero, M.S., and Jerry Weiner, Ph.D., and Bonnie-Anne Briggs.M.S. - All books by this author
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This manual suggests lesson plans, essay topics, class discussion topics and other teacher’s aids for those using Barron’s Global History, Volume Two, The Industrial Revolution to the Age of Globalization as their main classroom textbook.
About The Authors:
Jerry Weiner, Ph.D., is a professor in the College of Education at Kean University in New Jersey, and the Coordinator of European Programs and Studies and Coordinator of Secondary Education Programs. He is a retired New York City high school administrator and supervisor who specialized in social studies education.
George A. Hero, M.S., teaches history and social studies at Midwood High School at Brooklyn College and Director of Westinghouse Projects in Social Sciences
Mark Willner, M.S., taught history and Social Studies at Midwood High School at Brooklyn College until his recent retirement. He is a lecturer at the Institute for Asian Studies in New York City.
Paperback / 128 Pages / 7 13/16 x 10 7/8 / 2008