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Course SummaryThis 9th Grade World History textbook replacement course covers all of the topics in a standard world history high school textbook. The lessons offer a convenient way for students to study, interactive materials for teachers to engage their classes, and an effective alternative to expensive or outdated textbooks.
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Any instructor who teaches 9th grade world history can consider this textbook replacement course an excellent resource for their classroom. The lessons in this course provide high quality instruction and cover the same or even more information than that found in most world history textbooks.
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The short, engaging video lessons on topics like world religions and Paleolithic cultures are perfect for briefly introducing a world history topic and initiating class discussion. The chapter and lesson structure is similar to traditional world history textbooks, making a transition to digital learning simple and straightforward. Just like you'd assign textbook reading assignments, you can assign one or more video lessons to your students conveniently through the website and even review them in class to initiate discussion or class projects.
- Identify the chapter in this course that corresponds with your curriculum or lesson plan.
- Assign one or more of the short and engaging video lessons as homework.
- In class, engage students in discussions and/or interactive activities that focus on the lesson topics.
- Use the lesson quizzes and chapter exams to test your students' understanding of the ancient world, the Middle Ages and the Age of Enlightenment
- Submit questions, feedback or suggestions to our expert instructors from your Dashboard.
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- Cost Effective: Using our 9th Grade World History Textbook course can save schools hundreds if not thousands of dollars typically spent on physical textbooks.
- Engaging Content: Unlike dry textbook instruction, our lessons bring the ancient Sumerians and Babylonians, the invention of writing and other world history topics to life while providing a high level of quality education.
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Using the Course
Using the course is simple. You can find any topic you're currently studying in your 9th grade world history class, or if your school uses this course in the classroom, you can get your assignments through links sent by your teacher/instructor via email. Even if your school uses traditional textbooks, you'll find this course offers a great supplement and brings world history lessons to life. The short videos give you an easy, fun and helpful way to better understand and absorb world history concepts, dates, important people and major events.
- Identify the world history topics you're studying in class, or click on the lesson links sent to you.
- View the short and engaging world history video lessons.
- Use the lesson quizzes and chapter exams to test your understanding of topics like the events that led up to the American revolution, World War I and World War II.
- Submit questions to our expert instructors for additional help with any 9th Grade world history topic covered in the course.
Why It Works
Our 9th Grade World History course supports your individual learning style and your lifestyle. Check out some of the helpful and practical ways this course can be valuable to you as well as the advantages to having a complete resource to complement your classroom lessons.
- Fun Videos: Our lessons entertain while they teach you about Hammurabi's Code, the history of ancient Greece and the rise and fall of Rome.
- Helpful Instructors: In addition to being subject-matter experts in world history, our instructors are available to help you with any questions you have related to the course.
- Accessible: You can access this 9th Grade World History course and view the video lessons from any computer or mobile device from home or on the go.
- Learn Your Way: Whether you learn better through discussion, viewing the video or reading the lesson transcript, we've got you covered.
- Keeping Up in Class: If you need to miss class or don't quite understand a 9th Grade world history concept, you can use this course to make sure you don't fall behind.
- Basic concepts of world history
- Primary world religions
- Early civilizations and societies
- Ancient India and China
- Ancient Greek civilizations
- The rise and fall of Rome
- The beginning and spread of Christianity
- Eastern Roman empire, Constantine and the rise of Islam
- The Dark Ages
- The rise of African cultures
- The Early, Medieval, High and Late Middle Ages
- Asian history from 1000 to 1300 CE
- The first Americans
- The Ottoman, Safavid and Mughal Empires
- The Renaissance, Reformation and Age of Exploration
- Tudor Rule in England and the expansion of colonialism
- The Enlightenment, French and American Revolutions
- The World Wars
- The Cold War and the post-war years
- Twentieth century Latin America
- The 21st century world
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