Each semester is broken into four, four-week units, primarily covering one skill area while progressing through World History.  Click on the links below to follow the course assignments and classroom instructional videos.  

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SEMESTER 2

 

UNIT 1

Weeks 1-4

 Day 1-Day 12

Notetaking

 Early Man to China

 

UNIT 2

Week 5-9

Day 12-Day 23

Speaking

 Persia to Islam

 

UNIT 3

Weeks 10-16

Day 24-Day 35

 Expository Writing

 Mongols to Renaissance

 

 

 

UNIT 4

Weeks 17-18

Day 36-Day 40

Objective Test Taking

 Renaissance to Russia

 

  


Unit 4

Weeks 17-18

Objective Test Taking

 Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution, Enlightenment, American Revolution, French Revolution, Latin American Revolutions, Emergence of Russia

 


Day 36

December 3

Classwork: 

  • Reflections on In-Class Writing
  • Renaissance Lecture
  • Protestant Reformation Lecture

Homework: 

  • Read Chapter 21 - Our World's Story (there is no video lecture for the Protestant Reformation)
  • Prepare for Multiple Choice Quiz on Thursday

Reflections on Writing Assessment - Improvements that could be made for Final Exam

Intro to the European Renaissance


Day 37

December 5

Classwork: 

  • Quiz - Renaissance and Reformation
  • Final Exam Questions
  • Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment - Analyzing Sources

Homework: 

Overview of Final Exam

Introduction to Scientific Revolution

Introduction to Enlightenment


Day 38

December 9

Classwork: 

  • Quiz - Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment
  • Discussion/Lecture on Patterns in Political Revolutions

Homework: 

  • Read Chapter 30 - Our World's Story - Latin American Revolutions - Take notes and prepare for last reading quiz.

Patterns in Political Revolutions - Case Study - American Revolution (USA)