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Course SummaryUse this course to improve your world history classes and create lesson plans that will help increase your students ability to grasp historical concepts. Our engaging, informative lessons include effective lesson plans that you can adapt for your own instruction, as well as ideas for class activities and discussion questions.
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About This Course
Our course will go through the essential topics of world history from the 1600s and provide you with effective and engaging video lessons which you can use in the classroom. With a lesson plan made specifically for teachers we'll show you proven techniques for teaching your students all about world history from the 1600s.
How It Works
You can use this course to develop lesson plans regarding numerous specific aspects of world history from 1600 to the present. Through a series of short, engaging videos and intriguing text lessons, the resources provided in this course will help you come up with various lesson plans to help you present this historical information to your students in an interesting way!
This course provides:
- Brief, animated lessons about the Enlightenment, World War I, and other historical topics to help you present the information to your students
- Specific lesson plans about the Russian Revolution, World War II, and even Modern African history to use in your classroom
- Timeline links so you can easily skip around in the video lessons to go to the most relevant information
- Lesson plans presented by expert instructors so you know these resources are reliable
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- Detailed strategies: We'll break down strategies that you can use to introduce your students to world history topics.
- Facilitate discussion: Each chapter will give you suggestions on ways you can foster classroom discussion.
- Improves student understanding: Thanks to our proven methods for approaching world history, you'll see a marked improvement of your student's understanding of the topic.
|Chapter Title||Objectives & Lesson Plans|
|Enlightenment & Scientific Revolution Lesson Plans||Enlightenment|
Age of Absolutism
|Political Revolutions Lesson Plans||Glorious Revolution|
|Imperialism & Industrialization Lesson Plans||Industrial Revolution|
Congress of Vienna
|World War I Lesson Plans||Causes and effects of World War I|
Treaty of Versailles
|Russian Revolution & Communist Era Lesson Plans||Russian Revolution|
|World War II Lesson Plans||World War II|
|Modern African History Lesson Plans||Apartheid|
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