The World History Teacher’s Edition (2 volumes) (4th ed.) provides the teacher with valuable resources for planning lessons and accomplishing course objectives. Lesson plan charts aid in covering subject material efficiently. For the teacher’s convenience, icons are used to organize suggested activities into categories. World History Teacher’s Edition is designed to assist the teacher in effectively developing students’ understanding of history and mastery of the subject material. The included Teachers Toolkit CD contains maps, charts, additional primary source documents, and other materials to enhance presentations and lectures.
World History Teacher's Edition with CD (4th ed., 2 vols.) is rated
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this is basically a course in Western CivilizationI think this world history text could easily be renamed "Western Civilization". My biggest criticism is that the history of two vast continents- Asia and Africa- was squeezed into one chapter. How can you possibly consider that treatment adequate or appropriate for a world history text? In contrast there are multiple chapters and units exclusively dedicated to covering Europe through out various time periods and a few chapters on Greek and Roman history and culture alone. This course is really European history; the perfunctory nod towards Asian and African history communicates a distorted view that overemphasizes European history in what was marketed as a world history text.