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by Kathy Sammis

  • Author: Kathy Sammis
  • ISBN: 0825143691
  • ISBN13: 978-0825143694
  • ePub: 1456 kb | FB2: 1211 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: World
  • Publisher: J. Weston Walch (September 27, 2002)
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Focus on World History: The Era of Expanding Global Connections ePub download

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Focus on World History book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Focus on World History: The Era of Expanding Global Connections -1000-1500. Focus on World History: The Era of Expanding Exchange and Encounter - 300-1.

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This series of five books serves as a supplement to world history studies for grades 7-12, although I suspect they will be. .The Era of Early Civilizations and Empires (. million years ago to the 300s . The Era of Expanding Exchange and Encounter (300-1000 .

This series of five books serves as a supplement to world history studies for grades 7-12, although I suspect they will be most useful at the high school level. You might use one or more volumes during a school year depending upon the time span of your studies. The Era of Expanding Global Connections (1000-1500 . The Era of the First Global Age and Revolution (1450-1900 . The Twentieth Century (1900-2000s). Each book is self-contained with teacher material, student material, and answer key.

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13 Kathy Sammis, Focus on world history: The era of expanding global connections 1000-1500 (Portland: ME, Walch Books, 2002), 47. 6 enjoyed greatly reduced tax rates and respect which resulted in increased trade and collaboration between merchants. Although the new trade exchange between the orient and the outside world transformed the Mongolian Empire into a multicultural society, there were untoward consequences to the increased traffic.

Focus on World History: The Era of Expanding Global Connections. Focus on World History: The Era of Expanding Exchange & Encounter. I picked this up as a resource for some of my students who are not wholly on grade level, but need materials to align in part to the curriculum we teach. While not everything in this book can be used, many of them can be either utilized as-is or with minor modifications.

Sammis, Kathy, Focus on World History: The Era of Expanding Global Connections -1000-1500, p. 6. BBC World Service, see: See: BBC World Service, The Story of Africa, West African Kingdoms (under Origins)

Sammis, Kathy, Focus on World History: The Era of Expanding Global Connections -1000-1500, p. 66. ^ a b Conrad, David . Sunjata: a West African epic of the Mande peoples (eds David C. Conrad, Djanka Tassey Condé, trans. BBC World Service, see: See: BBC World Service, The Story of Africa, West African Kingdoms (under Origins). Conrad, David C. (2005), Empires of Medieval West Africa, p. 44. ^ (in French) See vols.

Walch Publishing, 1997 - 128 pages. Reproducible student activities cover colonial experiences, including interaction with Native Americans, family and social life, the beginnings of slavery, and the seeds democracy. Common terms and phrases. David C. Conrad), p. xxxv, Hackett Publishing, 2004, ISBN 0-87220-697-1. Conrad, David . Empires of Medieval West Africa, p. 35. ^ BBC World Service, see: See: BBC World Service, The Story of Africa, West African Kingdoms (under Origins).

A set of abundantly illustrated activity books spotlights major eras in world history from early human communities through the 20th century. Each book contains six or seven units with overviews, objectives, and activities covering key concepts and major figures from the era. The activities frequently incorporate primary source documents to give students insight into the experiences and thoughts of contemporary figures. Teaching suggestions, answer keys, glossaries, and resource lists are also included. Based on the National Standards for World History. Grades 6-10. Answer keys. JWW203.
Malalanim
Nice supplement for reinforcing a history text. I use this as part of my kids homeschool curriculum. I highly recommend it.
Malann
I only previewed the first part of the first chapter, but it inaccurately states that homo sapiens sapiens "emerged" 35, 000 years ago (note the studied avoidance of the word "evolved") and that early humans lived in "two parent" family groups. Nonsense.
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