WORLD HISTORY CURRICULUM
This course traces world history--Europe, Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the United States--from the pivotal year 1775 to the present in two roughly equally balanced halves. It incorporates the "Four Pillars" of American exceptionalism, or, more accurately, the absence of these and the effects this absence had, on other parts of the world. It includes culture, politics, and economics of the major parts of the world.
Homeschool World History Curriculum Content
15 Lessons, each with full-length video.
Designed to cover 1 part per semester
$399 Lifetime License
WORLD HISTORY CURRICULUM: "ORIGINS OF THE MODERN WORLD" THROUGH "THE ERA OF GLOBAL EUROPEAN DOMINANCE"
Included in the lessons are discussions of the origin of modern world of their components of scientific revolution , the notions of religious toleration, and of constraints of monarchs
Lesson 1: Origins Of The Modern World (800-1800)
Lesson 2: Age Of Revolutions (1570-1789)
TEST: Lessons 1 & 2
Lesson 3: The Napoleonizing Of The World (1798-1840)
Lesson 4: The Industrial Revolution (1780-1850)
TEST: Lessons 3 & 4
Lesson 5: Africa, Asia, and Latin America To 1900 (1400 - 1900)
Lesson 6: Markets, Monarchs, and Mobs (1800-1890)
Lesson 7: The Era of Global European Dominance (1800-1914)
TEST: Lessons 5, 6 & 7
"EMERGENCE OF THE MODERN WORLD" THROUGH "THE END OF EVIL EMPIRE, RISE OF THE NEW WORLD ORDER"
This course begins with the emergence of “modern” ideas in Europe and America, particularly the appearance of “progressivism”.
Lesson 8: Emergence of the Modern World (1880-1920)
Lesson 9: The Great War (1914-1919)
TEST Lessons 8 - 9
Lesson 10: Russia's Descent Into Hell (1917-1940)
Lesson 11: Seeking Perfection in the Post-War World (1919-1939)
TEST Lessons 10 - 11
Lesson 12: Democracy's Finest Hour (1941-1945)
Lesson 13: First, Second, and Third Worlds (1946-1960)
TEST Lessons 12 -13
Lesson 14: America's Suicide Attempt (1960-1980)
Lesson 15: The End of the Evil Empire, Rise of the New World Order (1978-2019)
TEST Lessons 14 - 15
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