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eBook Focus on World History: The Era of Early Civilizations Empires ePub

by Kathy Sammis

  • ISBN: 0825143675
  • Category: Education and Reference
  • Subcategory: Teens
  • Author: Kathy Sammis
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: J. Weston Walch (September 27, 2002)
  • ePub book: 1927 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1542 kb
  • Other: docx mobi doc rtf
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 739

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Focus on World History book. Topics include: Early human communities. Emergence of agricultural. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Focus on World History: The Era of Early Civilizations and Empires - . Million y. by. Kathy Sammis.

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The Era of Early Civilizations and Empires (. million years ago to the 300s . The next unit focuses solely on the rise of Islamic civilization. Bearing in mind that this covers the years 300-1000 . The Era of Expanding Exchange and Encounter (300-1000 . The Era of Expanding Global Connections (1000-1500 . The Era of the First Global Age and Revolution (1450-1900 . The Twentieth Century (1900-2000s). it would seem critical to have a reasonable portion of activities address Western Civilization, but the author has chosen instead to concentrate on Asia, Africa, and the Americas.

4 Kathy Sammis, Focus on world history: The era of expanding global connections 1000- 1500 (Portland: ME. .Thereby, world history became irrevocably impacted by the rise of the Mongolian Empire and opening of international trade routes

4 Kathy Sammis, Focus on world history: The era of expanding global connections 1000- 1500 (Portland: ME, Walch Books, 2002), 47. 5 Alexander Zelenyj, Marco Polo: Overland to China (New York: NY, Crabtree Publishing Company, 2006), 7. 4 motifs from Japan and Tibet. 6 Porcelain was prized and later influenced Islamic cultural tastes. 7 Furthermore, the desire for porcelain generated maritime trade along the Indian Ocean and western Pacific. Thereby, world history became irrevocably impacted by the rise of the Mongolian Empire and opening of international trade routes. 14 Michael Burgan, Empire of Mongols (New York: NY, Shoreline Publishing, 2005), 52.

The earliest forms of Chinese writings can be traced back to the Jiahu

The earliest forms of Chinese writings can be traced back to the Jiahu. They had distinct markings on the artifacts which indicate that they used signs rather than systematic writing. 2. Aboriginal Australians. Inca Empire grew to become the largest empire in South America during the Pre-Columbian era. The civilization flourished between 1438 AD and 1532 AD around present-day Peru.

parts of the world describes effectively the early history of civilization.

The Bronze Age is part of the three-age system (Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age) that for some parts of the world describes effectively the early history of civilization. During this era the most fertile areas of the world saw city-states and the first civilizations develop. By 1400 BCE, Mycenaean Greece began to develop. In India this era was the Vedic period, which laid the foundations of Hinduism and other cultural aspects of early Indian society, and ended in the 6th century BC.

A set of abundantly illustrated activity books spotlights major eras in world history from early human .

A set of abundantly illustrated activity books spotlights major eras in world history from early human communities through the 20th century. Each book contains six or seven units with overviews, objectives, and activities covering key concepts and major figures from the era. The activities frequently incorporate primary source documents to give students insight into the experiences and thoughts of contemporary figures.

Focus on World History. Series Title: Focus on World History. Responsibility: Kathy Sammis.

Focus on World History is a comprehensive program for students new to world history. The five volumes in the series trace the story of humankind from the dawn of early man in Africa right up to contemporary issues in the 21st century.

A set of abundantly illustrated activity books spotlights major eras in world history from early human communities through the 20th century. Each book contains six or seven units with overviews, objectives, and activities covering key concepts and major figures from the era. The activities frequently incorporate primary source documents to give students insight into the experiences and thoughts of contemporary figures. Teaching suggestions, answer keys, glossaries, and resource lists are also included. Based on the National Standards for World History. Grades 6-10. Answer keys. JWW201.

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Nuadazius Nuadazius
This is a nice supplement to the history curriculum. Be aware that it is a supplement and not a stand alone text.
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I have never had such slow service. It could have gone around the world twice before it got to us. Hope this never happens again on something I order.