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  1. Major Eras in World History By: Emily Young Next

  2. TEKS Requirements • (1)  History. The student understands traditional historical points of reference in world history. The student is expected to: • (A)  identify the major eras in world history and describe their defining characteristics Previous Next

  3. History Next Previous

  4. Which of the following is not an era in World History? • The Dark Ages • The Renaissance • The Crusades • Industrial Era Previous

  5. YES! You Got it! Next

  6. Better Luck Next Time • The four major eras we are going to discuss are: • The Medieval Ear • The Renaissance • The Industrial Era • The Modern Era Let’s go back to get the correct answer!

  7. Medieval Era • 476-1450 AD • Can be broken into Middle Ages and Dark Ages • Can be described as time of religious fervor, valiant conquests, and social unrest Next

  8. Medieval Era Continued • Dark Ages • 476-800 AD • No Roman Emperor • Constant wars against Barbarians and Franks • Rural life preferred • Magic as form of religion http://www.erasofelegance.com/fashion4.html#2 Previous Next

  9. Medieval Era Continued • Middle Ages Begins 800 AD • Constantine crowned 800 AD • Period of reform, conquest, and cultural expression • Legend of King Arthur comes from this time period http://www.erasofelegance.com/medieval.html Previous Next

  10. Which picture represents this Era? A B C Previous

  11. Correct!Keep up the good work! Next

  12. That’s incorrect • The Medieval Era is not known for their scientific advancements • It wasn’t until the Modern Era that we went to the moon • If you remember magic was the main form of religion during the dark ages which is a period of the Medieval Era Let’s go back to get the right answer!

  13. Renaissance Era • 1450-1600 AD • Era of Renewal • Church remained center of political, social, and economical life • Time of great artistic expansion including: William Shakespeare, Leonardo da Vinci, Michael Angelo, and Galileo http://www.erasofelegance.com/arthistory.html#3 Next

  14. Industrial Revolution • Migration from rural areas to urban • Factories very dangerous • Workers for the most part very poor • The entire family worked including young children • Unsanitary, lots of illness http://www.mtholyoke.edu/courses/rschwart/ind_rev/images/indust.html.htm Previous Next

  15. Modern Era • Time we live in today • Marked by great advances in education • Technologically advanced • Advances in Arts and Literature • Religious Freedom • Example: Going to the Moon! Previous Next

  16. Which Era goes with the picture? • Industrial Era B. Renaissance C. Modern Era

  17. You Are Correct You’re on a roll! Next

  18. Let’s Try Again • The Renaissance is known for the religious fervor • The church was the center of every part of life including (political, education, economical and even entertainment) Let’s go back and find the correct answer!

  19. Summary • Medieval Era • Social Turmoil • Middle and Dark Ages • Renaissance • Cultural growth • Advances in Arts • Industrial Era • Migration from farms to cities • Lots of diseases • Modern Era • Great Technological advances • Religious Freedom Next

  20. Conclusion • 4 Major Era’s: Medieval Era, Renaissance, Industrial Era, Modern Era Previous Next

  21. Works Cited • http://www.erasofelegance.com, retrieved October 4, 2004 • http://www.mtholyoke.edu/courses/rschwart/ind_rev/images/indust.html.htm, retrieved October 4, 2004 Previous Next

  22. Thank You for Your Participation Please click on the picture below to take this presentation back to the first slide for the next class!