WORLD HISTORY UNFOLDING
Eight sequential, cumulative lessons that cover 1) evaluating evidence and primary source documents, 2) analyzing visual primary sources, 3) analyzing the question, 4) developing a thesis statement, 5) outlining and planning essay structure, 6) writing an introductory paragraph, 7) writing and linking support paragraphs, and 8) summing up and concluding. A 123-page teacher’s manual provides detailed guidelines for teaching and evaluation, and includes reproducible student pages that contain 2–6 exercises for each of the eight topics. Subjects include river-valley civilizations, faith and belief, classical-era Greece and Rome, class and gender, European and Japanese feudalism, Islam and the West, early African and American civilizations, and geography’s historical impact.
This title is part of the series: WORLD HISTORY UNFOLDING