WORLD HISTORY UNFOLDING
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Eight sequential, cumulative lessons that cover 1) evaluating evidence and primary source documents, 2) analyzing visual primary sources, 3) analyzing the question, 4) developing a thesis statement, 5) outlining and planning essay structure, 6) writing an introductory paragraph, 7) writing and linking support paragraphs, and 8) summing up and concluding. A 123-page teacher’s manual provides detailed guidelines for teaching and evaluation, and includes reproducible student pages that contain 2–6 exercises for each of the eight topics. Subjects include river-valley civilizations, faith and belief, classical-era Greece and Rome, class and gender, European and Japanese feudalism, Islam and the West, early African and American civilizations, and geography’s historical impact.