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at what you can look forward to in World History…
Module 1: Introduction to Class - This is a quick and easy module, but it is
chock full of info that you want to pay VERY close attention to as you read!
Module 2: -Ancient Civilizations-You will be studying Ancient China, India, and
Egypt. You will also be completing a chart with the Ancient Civilizations of the
Babylonians, Phoenicians, Hebrews, Assyrians and the Persians.
At the end of each Module, instead of a test, you will complete an Exhibit. You
will select 5 of the most important “artifacts” we studied in that Module
(except at the end of Module 3 where you will include important contributions
of the Romans and Greeks). You will include a picture of your “artifact” and two
sentences-a description sentence and an explanation sentence.
Module 3: Rome , Greece and World Religions-You will be studying
Greeks Gods and Goddesses, and Roman Architecture. You will do a
project on World Religions that will allow you to see how long these
religions, maybe your religion has been around, and other interesting
Module 4-North Wing: the Crossings-You will study Feudalism, the Ancient
African Kingdoms, the Catholic Church, and the Crusades
Module 5-The Renaissance-You will study about art, the Protestant Reformation
and Queen Elizabeth I.
Module 6: -The Enlightenment-You will study about the telescope,
and the microscope. You will learn about the Role of Women,
Napoleon, science, and the French Revolution.
Module 7:- Nationalism-You will study about what happened when
Napoleon lost. You will discover what happens to weak countries
that cannot defend themselves.
Module 8: -War and Depression-You will learn about the “War to
end all Wars.” You will study the Holocaust, and the Great
Module 9:-Interdependence-You will learn about the Cold War. You
will study Gandhi, and the decolonization of India. You will discuss
things that have happened in the world that had a huge impact on
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