World History Early Man to the Age of Discovery

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World History Early Man to the Age of Discovery is the first semester of a two-semester course. Emphasis is on connecting the events and people of the past to our lives, making history come alive for students so that they can understand possible impacts on the present. There are major areas of focus such as ancient Rome, Middle Ages, Renaissance, etc., where several weeks are spent delving deeply into the given period.

For areas of a major focus, the teacher is provided an editable PowerPoint for lecture support and discussion. Students will be asked to do group research on an aspect and present their results to the class creating their own PowerPoint. Classes without this application may create standard student presentations.

The class utilizes the resources of a teacher manual with detailed and editable PowerPoints for lecture support, self-contained student activity book and editable tests with keys to minimize teacher preparation time. Useful for new and experienced teachers alike, this course is a model for applying technology in education.

Joseph Enge was a Fulbright teacher, writer, member of his state’s history standards committee, and has won a number of awards and grants for applying technology in education.

The course runs in cycles for each area of focus: Brainstorming & Introduction; Ongoing discussion & lecture with teacher overhead sheets or PowerPoints; ongoing reading and activities; Intermittent quizzes and final exam; Group research & presentations as an authentic assessment tool. Link to Volume 2.

Complete Teacher Manual and Student Book – pricing below

Table of Contents

1. Early People & Cradle of Civilization
2. Ancient Greece
3. Rome & Rise of Christianity
1. Middle Ages
2. Renaissance
3. Reformation
4. Age of Discovery & Exploration
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The course is a one semester survey course covering events from Early Man to the Age of Discovery. Emphasis will be on connecting the events and people of the past to our lives, making history come alive for students so that they can understand the impacts on the present. There are major areas of focus such as ancient Rome, Middle Ages, Renaissance etc., where several weeks are spent delving deeply into the given period. For areas of a major focus, the teacher has a PowerPoint for lecture and discussion and students will be asked to do group research on an aspect and present their results to the class utilizing PowerPoint. Classes without this application may use standard student presentations and the teacher overhead sheets provided in this course.

Additional information

version

Class Set with perpetual license – Printed Version, Mentoring Teacher Program Subscription, Printed Student Book, Student eBook, Teacher Edition Subscription – eBook Version, Teacher Edition Subscription Printed Version

author

Joseph Enge

description

ONE SEMESTER COURSE MATERIALS

Product Number

H-X-WHEM-DL, H-X-WHEM-SUB, H-X-WHEM-CS, H-X-WHEM-SA-DL, H-X-WHEM-SA, H-X-WHEM-MT

Pages/ ISBN

627/ISBN: 978-1-59657-584-4, 627/ISBN: 978-1-59657-165-5, Class Set download files/ISBN: 978-1-59657-585-1, 284/ISBN: 978-1-59657-562-2, 284/ISBN: 978-1-59657-166-2, No page count.No ISBN number. Use product code.