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Ch 3: Prentice Hall World History Review Part III: Regional Civilizations

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The Review Part III: Regional Civilizations chapter of this Prentice Hall World History Connections to Today, Modern Era Companion Course helps students review the essential lessons associated with regional civilizations. Each of these simple and fun video lessons is about five minutes long and is sequenced to align with the Review Part III: Regional Civilizations textbook chapter.

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  • Identify the lessons in the Prentice Hall Review Part III: Regional Civilizations chapter with which you need help.
  • Find the corresponding video lessons with this companion course chapter.
  • Watch fun videos that cover the regional civilizations topics you need to learn or review.
  • Complete the quizzes to test your understanding.
  • If you need additional help, rewatch the videos until you've mastered the material or submit a question for one of our instructors.

Students will Learn:

  • Use of feudal ties and manors to establish stability
  • Struggles between popes and emperors in the Holy Roman Empire
  • England's and France's middle age royals
  • The Church and the Byzantines
  • Decline of the Byzantine Empire
  • The birth and spread of Islam
  • West African kingdoms
  • Spread of East Asian civilizations

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7 Lessons in Chapter 3: Prentice Hall World History Review Part III: Regional Civilizations
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Order From Chaos: Establishing Stability through Feudal Ties and Manors

1. Order From Chaos: Establishing Stability through Feudal Ties and Manors

This lesson will explore the impact of feudalism on European society. While explaining the system of feudalism, it will highlight how it offered protection and stability to Europe, specifically after the 5th century fall of Rome.

Power Struggles of the Holy Roman Empire: Popes vs. Emperors

2. Power Struggles of the Holy Roman Empire: Popes vs. Emperors

The High Middle Ages was characterized by constant struggles for power. This lesson explores fighting between the papacy, Germany, and Italy for authority over the Holy Roman Empire.

Middle Age Royals of England and France

3. Middle Age Royals of England and France

The life of a High Middle Ages's king was filled with conflict. This lesson explores some of the major kings of England and France and their relations with each other and their powerful nobles.

Heirs of Rome: The Church and the Byzantines

4. Heirs of Rome: The Church and the Byzantines

The Roman Empire covered a vast area, and when it fell, its people were in danger of losing their civilization. This lesson explores some of the things that remained as the Empire fell, as well as how they affected Roman citizens.

The Slow Decline of the Byzantine Empire

5. The Slow Decline of the Byzantine Empire

This lesson will explore the slow decline of the Byzantine Empire. It will highlight internal instability and outside invasion as two of the major factors that led to the 1453 fall of Constantinople and the empire.

Mohammed and the Birth of Islam

6. Mohammed and the Birth of Islam

Out of the deserts of Arabia would come a man who would change the world. He was Mohammed, founder of the religion of Islam, and this lesson serves as a brief summary of his life and the founding of the religion of Islam.

The Spread of Islam and the Progress of the Caliphates

7. The Spread of Islam and the Progress of the Caliphates

After the death of Mohammed, Islam continued to spread through Arabia, the Middle East and Africa. This lesson is an overview of Islam's progress from the faith of Mecca to a faith for all the world.

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