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Used successfully by over one million students, Western Civilizations is renowned for its balanced presentation, clear prose, and exceptional treatment of the West in a global context.
Building on these strengths, Coffin and Stacey have delivered a new, carefully revised edition that draws upon their own practical teaching experience while integrating new and emerging research in the field. In addition, the Sixteenth Edition includes new "Transformations" sections that ask students to reflect on major turning points in history (such as the Black Death or the emergence of the Abolition movement). Also new to this edition are document questions that help students make connections between primary and secondary materials.
The Study Guide features chapter outlines, identifications, multiple choice questions, matching, true/false questions, chronologies, and short-answer and essay questions.
This free student website features study plans, chapter summaries, chapter outlines, focus questions, interactive maps, quizzes, flashcards, and more to help you study and review.
Each chapter in the Instructor's Manual includes lecture outlines, key lecture topics, suggested films, and suggestions for integrating media into the classroom and using media as homework assignments.
Transparencies of selected figures.
Norton Media Library
This newly expanded resource for multimedia lectures offers PowerPoint Presentations for each chapter, high-resolution maps and graphics files from the book, art from the textbook, and questions for Classroom Response PowerPoints (Clicker Questions).
This vastly expanded test bank includes 60% more questions, including true/false and essay questions.