Literature and United States History Team
at Thousand Oaks High School
Mrs. Beaudoin & Mr. Swanson
Spring Semester Final Review:
PPT or Text
Yearlong U.S. History Review:
History Unit Pages:
Colonial Era to Jackson
Civil War, Western Settlement, Industrialization & Immigration
Progressivism, Imperialism & WWI
World War II
Early Cold War & the 1950's
The Civil Rights Movement, Vietnam, and the 1960's
Ford, Carter and Reagan
The 1990's and Beyond...
Info for the Historical Play
Third or Fourth
Third or Fourth
Team Course Outline
The TOHS Library, which has many research tools the school subscribes to for your benefit. Improve your understanding and the quality of your work all while making your life a whole lot easier.
The Thousand Oaks Public Library also has a number of valuable research tools which are available to all card holders.
The Americans: the official website for you textbook. You can read the book online, take interactive quizzes, and do all sorts of other nifty stuff!
National Archives American Memory Collection: A huge collection of digital images and documents from the National Archives. These can be extremely helpful with a variety of research projects.
The library association's lists of books for teens and young adults. Includes categories such as "books for people who hate to read"
SparkNotes.com: Use this site to help you understand your novel, but be careful not to cut and paste and call it an essay or term paper.
Ask Miss Grammar: a site to help answer questions you have about writing structure and style
One Billion Bulbs: Mr. Swanson's cause of the month...