Year Three

Welcome to Year 3! Please note that throughout TOGO we will use the following levels color legend:

NEW Booklist Tools 

The Static Booklists: We have begun by posting Static Primary Booklists (for each Year, Level, and Subject) in the Loom sections of your Year pages.  Both Integrated and Spools owners will automatically be granted access to these lists: just sign into your account, select your year page, and scroll down to the Loom documents!  You can copy and paste from these PDF Booklists, and they include an ISBN number, Amazon link, and WorldCat Library link for each book!  Over the course of this winter, we will roll out Static Alternate Booklists for all four years in each Level and Subject to supplement your Static Primary Booklists. (These Static Alternate Booklists should also be especially useful for owners of older editions!)

The Dynamic Booklist: Our team is simultaneously working on 3,000+ book listings for the Shop, complete with the same ISBN numbers and links you will see on the Static Loom Booklists, so that you will have a Dynamic version of the Booklist to filter and browse according to year, unit, week, learning level, subject, TOG edition, and any other filter we can dream up! We will keep you posted on the progress of the Dynamic Booklist, but we didn’t want you to be surprised to see books appearing in the Shop over the next few months! Warning: Until the Dynamic Booklist is complete, we recommend using the Static Booklists on the Loom as your authoritative reference to all books used in your 2020-2021 Integrated or Spools editions, but feel free to browse the Dynamic Booklist and watch it grow!)

The Amazon Store: If you prefer not to use the booklists, you can find all the books available on Amazon grouped by Year, Level, and Subject at our Amazon Store.

Work-Study Program Reminder: Don’t forget that you can earn free curriculum and free curriculum upgrades through our Work-Study Program by sending book descriptions and reviews for the Dynamic Booklist. Openings are first-come, first-served until all books have been described and reviewed. After that, the opportunity will end, so be sure and open a ticket to ask about this!

Where’s YOUR Stuff?

Watch this TOGO Navigation video to find it!

Tapestry University Resources

Scope, Sequence, and Supporting Links

Week Titles

Unit 1: Napoleon’s World

Week 1: When John Adams Was President

Week 2: Napoleon: The Man and His Career

Week 3: Early Industrial Revolution

Week 4: Jefferson and the Louisiana Purchase

Week 5: Jefferson and the Supreme Court

Week 6: Madison and the War of 1812

Week 7: Reshaping Europe and South America

Week 8: South America in Transition

Week 9: Monroe and the American Hemisphere

Unit 2: The Age of Industry & Expansion

Week 10: John Quincy Adams and Political Realignments

Week 11: Jacksonian Democracy

Week 12: Revolutions in Texas & Europe

Week 13: Victorian England

Week 14: Victorians at Home and Abroad

Week 15: Manifest Destiny

Week 16: Sea to Shining Sea

Week 17: The Oregon Trail

Week 18: 1848: Gold Dust & Gunpowder

Unit 3: Nations Uniting & Dividing

Week 19: Westerners in Asia

Week 20: Franklin Pierce & the Crimean War

Week 21: America Divides & Italy Unites

Week 22: Lincoln and the Start of the Civil War

Week 23: Decisive Years of the Civil War

Week 24: Closing Years of the Civil War

Week 25: Andrew Johnson vs. Radical Reconstruction

Week 26: Ulysses Grant & the Plains Indians Wars

Week 27: Technological Progress & the Unification of Germany

Unit 4: The Gilded Age

Week 28: Introducing Africa and Reforming Empires

Week 29: The Scramble for Empire

Week 30: Imperialism and Culture

Week 31: Waves of Immigrants

Week 32: Captains of Industry

Week 33: Labor Issues and the New South

Week 34: Farmers, Populists, Gold Strikes and Gold Standards

Week 35: Powerful Men and Inspiring Women

Week 36: The Balkan Problem & American Imperialism