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WORLD HISTORY HONORS
SYLLABUS

 

UNIT I

Text -
McDougal

Suplementary Material Media and Projects
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AP Central
World Maps
United Nations
Country Watch
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I. Technological and Environmental Transformations (to 600 B.C.E.)

 

Key Concept 1.1 — Throughout the Paleolithic era, humans developed sophisticated technologies and adapted to different geographical environments as they migrated from Africa to Eurasia, Australasia, and the Americas.

Key Concept 1.2 — Beginning about 10,000 years ago, some human communities adopted sedentism and agriculture, while others pursued hunter-forager or pastoralist lifestyles—different pathways that had significant social and demographic ramifications.

Key Concept 1.3 — The appearance of the first urban societies 5,000 years ago laid the foundations for the development of complex civilizations; these civilizations shared several significant social, political, and economic characteristics.

 

 

Chapter 1
The Peopling of the World

Chapter 2
Early River Valley Civilizations

Chapter 3
People and Ideas on the Move


 



 

UNIT II

TEXT SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL MEDIA & PROJECTS

II. Population

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UNIT III

TEXT SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL MEDIA & PROJECTS

III. Regional and Interregional Interactions
(c. 600 CE to 1450)

 

 

 

 

 

UNIT IV

 

TEXT SUPPLEMENTARY
MATERIAL
MEDIA & PROJECTS

IV.Regional and Interregional Interactions
(c. 600 CE to 1450)

 

 

 

 

 

UNIT V

 

TEXT

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL

MEDIA & PROJECTS

V. Global Interactions
(c. 1450 CE to c. 1600)


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UNIT VI

TEXT

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL

MEDIA & PROJECTS

VI. The Age of Reason
(c. 1600 to 1750)



 

 

 



 



UNIT VII

TEXT
SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL MEDIA & PROJECTS

VII. National Treasure
(c. 1750 to 1870)