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- Explore the six major periods of world history from 8000 B.C.E. to the present.
- Define and discuss common elements of civilizations.
- Learn about the causes of and role of society in historical change.
- Examine the world map and its major geographical regions.
- Consider the effects of geography and climate on civilizations.
- Identify recurring themes in history across different societies.
- Discuss societal migration, aggression, industrialization and evolution.
1. Periods of World History: Overviews of Eras from 8000 B.C.E to the Present
In this lesson, we will look at the six periods of world history. We will learn the defining characteristics of each and highlight the major themes associated with each period.
2. What is a Civilization? - Definition & Common Elements
In this lesson, we will define the term civilization. We will identify the core characteristics of a civilization, and understand the function of civilizations in the context of historical development.
3. Historical Change: Causes and Effects
In this lesson, we will examine historical change. We will learn what factors contribute to historical change and see how historical change is perceived through different classifications.
4. The World Map: Overview & Major Geographical Regions
The world is a big place, but how well do you know it? In this lesson, we're going to look at a basic overview of major world regions and see how they collectively create the world map.
5. Recurring Themes in History Across Cultures
This lesson will explore the concept of historic recurrence. In doing so, it will highlight recurring themes in history like the rise and fall of empires, the development of technology, economic trade, military conflict, and gender roles
6. Recurring Themes in History: Societal Migration, Evolution, Aggression & Industrialization
In this lesson, we will examine some recurring themes throughout history. We will see how societal migration, cultural transformation, conflicts, industrialization, and other trends help facilitate historical development.
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- Early Civilization of World History: Tutoring Solution
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- Early Chinese Civilization: Tutoring Solution
- Early Indian Civilization: Tutoring Solution
- History of Ancient Greece: Tutoring Solution
- Hellenism and the Athenian Achievement: Tutoring Solution
- The Rise of the Roman Republic: Tutoring Solution
- History of the Fall of Rome: Tutoring Solution
- The Rise of Christianity: Tutoring Solution
- The Eastern Mediterranean: Tutoring Solution
- Introduction to the Dark Ages: Tutoring Solution
- African History: Tutoring Solution
- The Early Middle Ages: Tutoring Solution
- The Medieval Warm Period: Tutoring Solution
- The High Middle Ages: Tutoring Solution
- History of Asia (1000-1300 CE): Tutoring Solution
- Pre-European Civilizations in North America: Tutoring Solution
- Eurasia and the Great Dynastic Empires: Tutoring Solution
- The Late Middle Ages: Tutoring Solution
- The Renaissance: Tutoring Solution
- The Age of Exploration: Tutoring Solution
- The Reformation Across Europe: Tutoring Solution
- The Elizabethan Era: Tutoring Solution
- Colonialism: Tutoring Solution
- The Enlightenment & World Revolutions: Tutoring Solution
- World War I: Tutoring Solution
- Between the World Wars: Tutoring Solution
- World War II: Tutoring Solution
- The Cold War: Tutoring Solution
- Post War Europe, Asia, Middle East, and Africa: Tutoring Solution
- Latin America Since 1900: Tutoring Solution
- The 21st Century: Tutoring Solution
- Formation of New Empires and Political Systems
- The Development of Major Political Entities
- Decolonization & Nationalist Movements (1890-1900)
- Genocides in the 20th Century