Our World History Curriculum includes 24 complete units from Prehistory through to the Modern World. Each unit is packed with engaging and interactive resources and concludes with review materials and an assessment. Lesson plans and answer keys are provided so you can spend more time on yourself and your students and less time planning and grading.
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A unit on the first humans, Paleolithic, & Neolithic Eras, and the characteristics that make up a civilization.
Unit 2 covers the early civilizations of Mesopotamia and the Fertile Crescent and Ancient Egypt along the Nile River.
A unit on the civilizations that developed along the Yellow River in Ancient China and the Indus River valley in India.
A thorough overview of the geography, people, and cultures of Ancient Greece.
A thorough overview of the development of Rome from the Republic to the Roman Empire and its fall.
A brief unit on Constantinople after the split of the Roman Empire, Justinian, Theodora, and Byzantine culture.
An overview of the founding of Islam and its growth through the Middle East and North Africa.
A unit on the Shang, Zhou, and Qin Dynasties in China, India's Maurya and Gupta Empires, and the Silk Road.
A look at feudalism, the Black Death, Crusades, and the Middle Ages in Europe.
Resources on the Aztecs, Inca, and Maya in the Americans plus the African Empires of Ghana, Songhai, and Mali.
A unit on the art, ideas, people, and culture of the Italian and Northern Renaissance of the 1500's.
A look at Martin Luther, John Calvin, and the effect other Protestant reformers had on Europe.
A unit on the Age of Discovery, explorers, conquistadors, and the Columbian Exchange.
A unit on Absolutism in Europe and the rise of a Constitutional Monarchy in Great Britain.
A brief unit on Enlightenment thinkers and the Age of Reason in Europe and America.
An overview of the causes, events, and effects of the French Revolution plus the rise and downfall of Napoleon.
This unit covers the Congress of Vienna and resulting nationalist revolutions in Europe, Latin America, and the Caribbean.
A study of industrialization, major inventions, urbanization, and their effects on the world.
This unit looks at European imperialism and responses from around the world, with a special focus on Africa, Asia, and India.
A unit on the battles and events of the Great War, plus the Russian Revolution, and the inter-war period in Asia.
A thorough overview of the war from the rise of dictatorships through the end of the war and formation of the UN.
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