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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1Social Science is Born: History, Anthropology, Sociology and Archaeology
Course SummaryStudy ancient civilizations and early world history with this 6th grade social studies course. Containing fun lessons and quizzes, this self-paced course can help anyone who needs to review world history topics for exams, papers, class projects, homework assignments and more.
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Work through this 6th grade social studies course at any time to learn and review important world history topics. From ancient Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece and Rome to the early world faiths, these short history lessons show you the foundations of world history in an easy-to-understand and engaging way. The course contains lesson quizzes, chapter tests and a final exam to help you build your understanding of the historical figures, dates and events you study. You can reach out to our expert instructors if you have any questions, and because of the course's flexible online format, you'll be able to study at any time that fits your schedule.
Students, parents, teachers and casual learners can benefit from this world history course.
- Students can use the course to supplement their history textbooks and study for upcoming exams.
- Parents can work through this course with their 6th grade students to improve their history comprehension.
- Teachers who want to supplement their world history lessons can use the course's lessons, quizzes and transcripts in the classroom.
- Independent learners can work through this series of bite-sized lessons on any computer or mobile device, which helps them study world history at work, at school, at home or wherever they happen to be.
- Early hominids
- City-states of ancient Sumer
- Mesopotamian empires
- Ancient Egyptian history
- The ancient Kingdom of Kush
- Ancient Indian and Chinese civilizations
- Ancient Greek life and land
- The Roman Republic and Empire
- Early world faiths
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