Spans from 5000 BC to 2011 AD for High School
Study the fifteen basic components of cultures: agriculture, architecture, communication, discoveries, dominant personalities, education families, food, government, industry, energy, military, religion, sports, and transportation. [Read more…]
- It has six chapters of text booklets and six student activity books
- Covers the period from 5000BC to 2011AD
- Formatted in the student-friendly Paradigm style
- Methodically formatted in a way that helps with reading comprehension and reading to find answers.
- Answer various types of questions such as fill-in-the-blank, multiple-choice, true-false, matching, diagram-labeling
- Motivate and Accelerate with Paradigm Curriculum
Digital Download: Paradigm World History Kit
The Paradigm World History Digital Download Kit includes everything you need to complete the course in digital format: Text, Activities, and the Teacher’s Resource Kit, all in PDF format.
- View the course on a laptop, tablet, or smartphone.
- No internet access necessary once you download.
- Write answers on paper or in a program such as Microsoft Word (It is not interactive.)
- Receive the materials in a digital PDF format.
- Most budget-friendly option.
- Downloads as a .zip file that will be unzipped and saved on your device. Choose a file location that is easily remembered for easy access to your course.
Download samples of Paradigm World History at the publisher’s website
People Places and Events of World History Full Course Kit
The Paradigm World History Kit includes:
- Text Booklets for Chapters 1-6 pac76364TBS
- Activity Booklets for Chapters 1-6 pac76370ABS
- Teacher’s Resource Kit for Chapters 1-6 pac76376
Preview samples of Paradigm World History at the publisher’s website
Topics covered in each chapter of Paradigm People Places and Events of World History include:
- 5000 BC-1200 BC
Where it all began; What they built, wore, and ate; Industry; War; Literature; Sources of energy; Wheels; Symbols, Leaders; Fun; Math; Astronomy; Pyramids; Tribes; Families; Search for God; Huts and castles; Chariots; Conquerors; Terraces; Wind Power; Oceans; Travel; Early America; Ancient Africa.
- 1200 BC-1000 AD
Ancient Greek government, clothing, and families; Religion of ancient Mexico; Bronze Age food and temples; Barbaric Assyrian armies; and slave labor; Military engineers and secret tunnels; Roads, highways, and pictographs; Buddha, Jesus, and Confucius; Olympic games; Phoenician ships; Romans in Gaul and England; The burning of Rome; Celtic culture; Jewish patriots in; Roman Military tactics in Gaul; Rise of India; Alexander the Great; Cicero and Virgil; Vesuvius and Pompeii; Inca Roads; gladiators; Ptolemy’s maps.
- 500 BC-600 AD
Caesar Constantine; Christianity’s origin, Bible, and persecution; Buddhist temples; German tillage; Dancing and music; Great Wall of China; Chariot races; ships, sails, and oceans; St. Patrick; Muhammad; Japanese food; Byzantine church domes; Anglo-Saxons; North American Indians; Chinese silk; Irish curraghs; Atila the Hun; Legends and Sagas; Europe’s Dark Ages.
- 632 AD-1675 AD
The Middle Ages; Charlemagne; Gauls and Franks; the Crusades, Islam, and the Dome of the Rock; Genghis Khan; Marco Polo; American Pyramids; Hohokam life; Dukes; Cathedrals; Settlements in North America; The Magna Carta; King Arthur, Dante, and Thomas Aquinas; Status quo vs new ideas; John Knox and Queen Mary; Martin Luther and Protestantism; John Wycliffe’s Bible; Cliff and tepee homes; Spanish Conquistadors; Christopher Columbus; Hernando Cortes; Montezuma; Guttenberg’s press; The Invincible Armada; Galileo; Church reformers; Gunpowder; Magellan; William Tyndale; John Calvin’s model city; Catholic opposition to Protestant reformation.
- 1400 AD-1900AD
Queen Elizabeth I; John Bunyan’s; John Wesley, George Whitfield, and the Great Awakening; Spanish conquest in America; Puritans, Pilgrims, and the Mayflower; Isaac Newton; Johannes Kepler; Joan of Arc; African slaves; William Shakespeare; The King James Bible; Michelangelo and the Sistine Chapel; Raffaello Sanzio; Leonardo Da Vinci; John Milton; George Handel’s “Messiah”; La Salle; Thomas Jefferson; the U.S. Declaration of Independence; Napoleon Bonaparte; Karl Marx; Abraham Lincoln; Robert E. Lee; the American Civil War; William Carey; The Salvation Army; Charles Spurgeon; feathers and beavers; Louis Pasteur; The Industrial Revolution; Factories; Free markets; George Washington; Patrick Henry; Simon Bolivar; George Washington Carver’s peanuts; Ludwig van Beethoven; Von Goethe; Benjamin Franklin; Michael Faraday; Submarines; Steamships; the Suez Canal; The first telephones; Clara Barton; Florence Nightingale; William Wilberforce; Captain Cook.
- 1800 AD-2011 AD
Socialism, Fascism, and Communism; Hitler, Lenin, Wilson, Nazi Party; Boy and Girl Scouts; Gandhi; Islam, Muhammad; Gideon Bibles; Fashions; Railroads; Thomas Edison and the light bulb; World War I and World War II; Winston Churchill; Allied Forces; Pear Harbor; Axis Powers; General Douglas MacArthur; Franklin D. Roosevelt, The Great Depression; The Dust Bowl; Hollywood; Albert Einstein; Spies and traitors; Henry Ford’s Auto; the Wright Brother’s airplane; Radio waves; The Iron Curtain; Cameras; Man on the Moon; Nations and alliances; the United Nations; Billy Graham; Mother Teresa; Princess Diana; Reinhardt Bonnke; Burgers soda pop; Fast food; Television, laptops, iPhones, and MP3 players; Islamic attacks; Pop, Rock, and Gospel music; Sputnik; John Wayne; Ronald Reagan; Margaret Thatcher; Barrack Obama; Where we are and where we are going.
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World History Text Booklet Set
The Paradigm World History Text Booklet Set includes one of each of the text booklets for Chapters 1 to 6 for the additional student.
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Activity Booklet Set
People Places and Events of World History
The Paradigm World History Activity Booklet Set includes one of each of the activity booklets for Chapters 1 to 6 for the additional student.
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Teacher’s Resource Kit
World History Teacher’s Resource Kit
The Paradigm World History Teacher’s Resource Kit (TRK) has the Activity Keys, Quizzes, Quiz Keys, Tests, and Test Keys.
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