World History Chapter 4 Activities from Paradigm Accelerated Curriculum

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People, Places, and Events of World History, by Paradigm Accelerated Curriculum, designed for high school students, studies the 15 basic components of cultures from 5000 BC through 2011 AD

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History can seem dry, dusty, and irrelevant. As a parent, you may be concerned about the worldview presented in modern history classes that affect your child’s understanding of the world.

People, Places, and Events of World History, by Paradigm Accelerated Curriculum, designed for high school students, studies the 15 basic components of cultures from 5000 BC through 2011 AD:

  • Agriculture
  • Architecture
  • Communication
  • Discoveries
  • Dominant Personalities
  • Education
  • Families
  • Food
  • Government
  • Industry
  • Energy
  • Military
  • Religion
  • Sports
  • Transportation

Chapter one begins with evidence of civilization in the Fertile Crescent, and expands to the major continents of the world.

A conversational narrative style engages students, with the added bonus that selected vocabulary words are highlighted and defined to enrich the students’ understanding of the English language.

Illustrations and maps create mental images that help your child understand the People, Places, & Events of World History.

Each lesson emphasizes character principles to prompt students to consider how their world view of life is being shaped.

People, Places, & Events of World History consists of six chapters designed for one transcript credit.

CHAPTER 4 ACTIVITIES

  • Time span: 632 AD-1675 AD
    • The Middle Ages
    • Charlemagne
    • Gauls and Franks
    • The Crusades, Islam, and the Dome of the Rock
    • Genghis Khan
    • Marco Polo
    • American Pyramids
    • Cathedrals
    • Settlements in North America
    • The Magna Carta
    • King Arthur, Dante, and Thomas Aquinas
    • John Knox, Queen Mary, Martin Luther, and Protestantism
    • John Wycliffe’s Bible
    • Indian life
    • Conquistadors
    • Columbus
    • Cortes
    • Montezuma
    • Guttenberg’s press
    • The Invincible Armada
    • Galileo
    • Gunpowder
    • Magellan
    • William Tyndale
    • John Calvin’s model city
    • Catholics and Protestants

Blow the dust off history lessons and teach your child character and discernment with People, Places, and Events of World History, by Paradigm Accelerated Curriculum. Order today from Curriculum Express!

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