US History 2 - CLEP Exam

Week One Assignments

Week One Assignments
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Now for the Test

Here are your first assignments.  You do NOT need to memorize the material.  Just take in what you can. 
**Throughout the course, at each weekly meeting, we will gather to discuss the reading material, answer any of your questions, review your notes and discuss the videos.**  

1) Read section 1of the REA book titled "Reconstruction."  Take notes if you like, as this will help you to remember.  Do not worry if you do not understand it all.  Remember, this is college material and we have plenty of time.
2) Use this "Free University Online" link and complete the following reading and video assignments:

- Scroll down the page and click on "Unit 1: Reconstruction"

(if this link doesn't work, try this one: and read corresponding time era info)

- Click and view the "VIDEO" for "Program 12: Reconstruction" AND "Program 13: America at it's Centennial" using the "VIDEO ON DEMAND" links, then scrolling down to the "Individual Program Descriptions" to locate those videos.

- Click here and read "Chapter 6: Sectional Conflict

***Teachers/Parents - If you are teaching this CLEP as a class you can use the "University Online" link above to access chapter review questions & 3 styles of quizzes EACH week.  Here is how to access this material:

1) go to the Univ. online link

2) scroll down the page & click on the current week's "unit" lesson link

3) Click on the link in the QUIZ section

4) Click on STUDENT RESOURCES.  Here you will find the available quizzes and chapter objectives review questions


Email me with any final questions you may have about the material or the exam and we'll find the answers together!


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