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Course SummaryIt's easy to get caught up in class by reviewing our fun 7th Grade Social Studies: World History II course. The short, mobile-friendly video and text lessons found here can help you supplement what you're reading in your textbook or complete your challenging homework assignments.
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Our engaging world history course covers all of the subjects you're learning in class, including the Roman Empire, Imperial China and the European Renaissance. Each professionally designed video and text lesson has been created by a professional instructor to make your learning experience fun and flexible. All of our learning tools are available 24 hours a day on your mobile device or computer so you can study at whatever time works best for you.
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- The Byzantine and Roman Empires
- The legacy of the Roman Empire
- Europe in the Middle Ages and an overview of the Crusades
- Islam's origins, beliefs and spread
- Early West African civilizations
- Imperial China
- Early Aztec, Inca and Mayan civilizations
- The European Renaissance period and the Age of Discovery
- The Protestant Reformation
- Modern science's emergence and the Enlightenment period
- An overview of medieval Japan
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