World History Outline Objectives Six Weeks First Humans Pre by sarahjanebelonga

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									                                                     World History Outline & Objectives
                   1st Six Weeks                            •   Civilization in Southeast Asia.                    •    British Rule in India.
                                                                                                                   •    Nation Building in Latin America.
First Humans; Pre-History – 3500 B.C.                                       4th Six Weeks
    • Early Humans.                                                                                                                6th Six Weeks
    • The Neolithic Revolution and the Rise of          Emerging Europe and the Byzantine Empire, 400 –
        Civilization.                                   1300                                                   War and Revolution, 1914 – 1919
Western Asia and Egypt; 3500 – 500 B.C.                     • Transforming the Roman World.                        • The Road to World War I.
    • Civilization Begins in Mesopotamia.                   • Feudalism.                                           • The War.
    • Egyptian Civilization: “The Gift of the Nile”.        • The Growth of European Kingdoms.                     • The Russian Revolution.
    • New Centers of Civilization.                          • The Byzantine Empire and the Crusades.               • The End of the War.
    • The Rise of New Empires.                          Europe in the Middle Ages, 1000 – 1500                 The West Between the Wars, 1919 – 1939
                                                            • Peasants, Trade, and Cities.                         • The Futild Search for Stability.
                   2nd Six Weeks                            • Christianity and Medieval Civilization.              • The Rise of Dictatorial Regimes.
                                                            • The Culture of the High Middle Ages.                 • Hitler and Nazi Germany.
Ancient Greece, 1900 – 133 B.C.                             • The Late Middle Ages.                                • Cultural and Intellectual Trends.
    • The First Greek Civilizations.                    The Americas, 400 – 1500                               Nationalism Around the World, 1919 – 1939
    • The Greek City-States.                                • The People of North America.                         • Nationalism in the Middle East.
    • Classical Greece.                                     • Early Civilization in Mesoamerica.                   • Nationalism in Africa.
    • The Culture of Classical Greece.                      • Early Civilization in South America.                 • Revolutionary Chaos in China.
    • Alexander and the Hellenistic Kingdoms.           Renaissance and Reformation, 1350 – 1600                   • Nationalism in Latin America.
Rome and the Rise of Cristianity 600 B.C. – A.D.            • The Renaissance.                                 World War II, 1939 – 1945
500                                                         • The Intellectual and Artistic Renaissance.           • Paths to War.
    • The Rise of Rome.                                     • The Protestant Reformation.                          • The Course of World War II.
    • From Republic to Empire.                              • The Spread of Protestantism and the Catholic         • The New Order and the Holocaust.
    • Culture and Society in the Roman World.                   Response.                                          • The Home Front and the Aftermath of the
    • The Development of Christianity.                                                                                 War.
    • Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire.                                 5th Six Weeks

                   3rd Six Weeks                        The Age of Exploration, 1500 – 1800
                                                            • Exploration and Expansion.
The World of Islam, 600 – 1500                              • Africa in an Age of Transition.
    • The Rise of Islam.                                    • Southeast Asia in thee Era of the Spice Trade.
    • The Arab Empire and Its Successors.               Crisis and Absolutism in Europe, 1550 – 1715           Instructor:      Winton P. Lytle
    • Islamic Civilization.                                 • Europe in Crisis: The Wars of Religion.
    • The Culture of Islam.                                 • Social Crises, War, and Revolution.              Education:       A.S. – Eastfield Community
Early African Civilizations, 2000 B.C. – A.D. 1500          • Response to Crisis: Absolutism.                                          College
    • The Development of Civilizations in Aferica.          • The World of European Culture.                                    B.S. – East Texas State University
    • Kingdoms and States of Africa.                    The Muslim Empires, 1450 – 1800
    • African Society and Culture.                          • The Ottoman Empire.                              Experience:      3 years (2nd year @ Eustace)
The Asian World, 400 – 1500                                 • The Rule of the Safavids.
    • China Reunified.                                      • The Grandeur of the Mongules.                    Certification:   History & Physical Education
    • The Mongols and China.                            The Height of Imperialism, 1800 – 1914
    • Early Japan and Korea.                                                                                   Email:           wlytle@eustaceisd.net
                                                            • Colonial Rule in Southeast Asia.
    • India after the Guptas.                               • Empire Building in Africa.
                                                                                                               Phone:           903-425-5201

								
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