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World History

World History is a survey of the history of the world, starting with creation and continuing to the present. Students will analyze five key themes throughout history from a biblical perspective: justice, power, citizenship, environment, and world religions. They will also do expanded studies on Africa, the East, the Americas before colonization, and African, Indian, and Asian empires. As they trace the major patterns in world history, they will see how those themes point more and more clearly to the triumph of the kingdom of God.

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    • World History Textbook Parent Portal Kit, 5th ed.

      World History Textbook Parent Portal Kit, 5th ed.

      SKU700971
      $119.44

    • World History eTextbook Parent Portal Kit, 5th ed.

      World History eTextbook Parent Portal Kit, 5th ed.

      SKU700989
      $80.83

    • World History Textbook Parent Portal Kit, 5th ed. (UMSI)

      World History Textbook Parent Portal Kit, 5th ed. (UMSI)

      SKU700997
      $119.44

    • World History eTextbook Parent Portal Kit, 5th ed. (UMSI)

      World History eTextbook Parent Portal Kit, 5th ed. (UMSI)

      SKU701003
      $80.83

    • World History Online Parent Portal Kit, 5th ed. (CCO)

      World History Online Parent Portal Kit, 5th ed. (CCO)

      SKU701011
      $124.44

    • World History Student Activities Answer Key, 5th ed.

      World History Student Activities Answer Key, 5th ed.

      SKU512731
      $47.78

      The Student Activities Answer Key provides answers to the Student Activities book and helps the teacher determine a student's knowledge and understanding.

    • World History Student Activities, 5th ed.

      World History Student Activities, 5th ed.

      SKU512723
      $42.22

      The student activities manual includes helpful projects and primary source readings. The chapter reviews help the students to develop mastery over the material.

    • World History Student Text, 5th ed.

      World History Student Text, 5th ed.

      SKU512293
      $77.22

      This book encourages students to trace the major patterns in world history, following them as they point more and more clearly to the triumph of the kingdom of God. As they journey through time in this engaging survey of world history, students will cover creation, the earliest post-Flood civilizations, Greece, Rome, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Reformation, the Enlightenment, and civilizations in Africa, the East, Asia, pre-colonization Americas, and empires in Africa, India, and Asia.

    • World History Teacher Edition, 5th ed.

      World History Teacher Edition, 5th ed.

      SKU512749
      $96.39

      The Teacher's Edition includes teaching strategies and formative assessments, aligned with educational objectives, to be used as tools to help teachers to develop critical thinking skills. Suggested discussion topics and questions guide teachers through the key themes and handling of primary sources. Teachers will find multiple paths for engagement with events, eras, concepts, and assumptions from the past.

    • World History Tests Answer Key, 5th ed.

      World History Tests Answer Key, 5th ed.

      SKU512756
      $15.28

      The Tests Answer Key provide answers to printed tests and help the teacher assess the students' knowledge and understanding of key concepts.

    • World History Tests, 5th ed.

      World History Tests, 5th ed.

      SKU512764
      $21.11

      The Tests give students an opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge in a variety of cognitive skills. All assessments are aligned with educational objectives.

    • World History VS eTextbook & Print, 5th ed.

      World History VS eTextbook & Print, 5th ed.

      SKU516211
      $100.28

      This book encourages students to trace the major patterns in world history, following them as they point more and more clearly to the triumph of the kingdom of God. As they journey through time in this engaging survey of world history, students will cover creation, the earliest post-Flood civilizations, Greece, Rome, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Reformation, the Enlightenment, and civilizations in Africa, the East, Asia, pre-colonization Americas, and empires in Africa, India, and Asia.

    • World History VS eTextbook, 5th ed.

      World History VS eTextbook, 5th ed.

      SKU516203
      $38.61

      This book encourages students to trace the major patterns in world history, following them as they point more and more clearly to the triumph of the kingdom of God. As they journey through time in this engaging survey of world history, students will cover creation, the earliest post-Flood civilizations, Greece, Rome, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Reformation, the Enlightenment, and civilizations in Africa, the East, Asia, pre-colonization Americas, and empires in Africa, India, and Asia.

    • World History VS eTextbook, 4th ed.

      World History VS eTextbook, 4th ed.

      SKU290890
      $38.61

      World History, 4th edition, recounts the story of mankind from creation to the present. Students examine ancient civilizations through the Greeks to the Roman Empire. Then they survey India, Asia, and Africa on their way to the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the Reformation, upon which modern history is founded.

    • World History VS eTextbook, 3rd ed.

      World History VS eTextbook, 3rd ed.

      SKU275776
      $36.94

      World History Student Text (3rd ed.) guides the student through the story of history from the dawn of civilization to the present world. Students are encouraged to explore the past and delve in to the twists and turns of world history through relevant activities and class discussions.

    How We Teach World History

    Beginning History with Creation

    In this course, students will find a serious treatment of the historical portions in the Bible. Since the Bible is the authoritative source for a history of the world, world history begins with the creation account.

    Broad Survey of World History

    To give students a more balanced view of world history, this course includes detailed discussions of civilizations in Africa and the East, Asia, the Americas before European settlers arrived, and African, Indian, and Asian empires.

    Major Patterns in World History

    Students will trace major patterns that echo throughout the history of the world. They will follow successions of events that lead to certain conclusions, identify causes and effects, and measure the continuity and change of ideologies and civilizations. In chapters and sections, “big idea questions” and “guiding questions” keep students focused on course objectives.

    Thinking Like Historians

    The parts and pieces work together to introduce and develop vital skills for student historians. Students will be introduced to primary sources in the student activities, and they will work with maps, charts, and data to develop those skills. In the student edition, “historical perspective” features challenge students to think critically.

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    World History Educational Materials

    Teacher Edition

    The teacher edition includes teaching strategies and formative assessments aligned with educational objectives to be used as tools to help teachers in developing critical thinking skills. Suggested discussion topics and questions guide teachers through the key themes and handling of primary sources. Teachers will find multiple paths for engagement with events, eras, concepts, and assumptions from the past.

    Student Edition

    The student edition encourages students to trace the major patterns in world history, following them as they point more and more clearly to the triumph of the kingdom of God. As they journey through time in this engaging survey of world history, students will cover creation, the earliest post-Flood civilizations, Greece, Rome, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Reformation, the Enlightenment, and civilizations in Africa, the East, the Americas before colonization, and African, Indian, and Asian empires.

    Student Activities

    The student activities include helpful projects and primary source readings, which are key to developing a clear perspective of historical time periods. The chapter reviews help the students to develop mastery over the material.