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McDougal Littell World History: Patterns of Interaction Ц Student Textbook (2009)


World History: Patterns of Interaction combines a highly visual approach with primary sources to help all students understand world history and make global connections. High-interest, engaging visuals, interactive features, differentiated instruction, and customized test preparation help make history accessible to all students. Many resources help all students and every learning style, eg:
- Inner-column notes and questions
- Graphics combining visual and verbal information
- Assessment questions based on critical thinking strategies
- Visual summaries
Primary sources are integrated into the narrative and are supported by document-based questions to help students develop and improve their critical thinking skills. The Primary Source Handbook provides additional resources to explore important documents in world history. Section and chapter assessment are designed to build and assess the development of students’ critical thinking skills.
Students connect to the events and ideas of the past by understanding key concepts, themes, and patterns of interaction found throughout history. In addition to other features found throughout the text every unit culminates in a special section that compares and contrasts patterns of development in different civilization.


Strategies for Taking Standardized Tests

UNIT 1: 4 million B.C.–200 B.C. Beginnings of Civilization
CHAPTER 1: Prehistory–2500 B.C. The Peopling of the World
CHAPTER 2: 3500 B.C.–450 B.C. Early River Valley Civilizations
CHAPTER 3: 2000 B.C.–250 B.C People and Ideas on the Move
CHAPTER 4: 1570 B.C.–200 B.C. First Age of Empires

UNIT 2: 2000 B.C.–A.D. 700 New Directions in Government and Society
CHAPTER 5: 2000 B.C.–300 B.C. Classical Greece
CHAPTER 6: 500 B.C.–A.D. 500 Ancient Rome and Early Christianity
CHAPTER 7: 400 B.C.–A.D. 550 India and China Establish Empires
CHAPTER 8: 1500 B.C.–A.D. 700 African Civilizations
CHAPTER 9: 40,000 B.C.–A.D. 700 The Americas: A Separate World

UNIT 3: 500–1500 An Age of Exchange and Encounter
CHAPTER 10: 600–1250 The Muslim World
CHAPTER 11: 500–1500 Byzantines, Russians, and Turks Interact
CHAPTER 12: 600–1350 Empires in East Asia
CHAPTER 13: 500–1200 European Middle Ages
CHAPTER 14: 800–1500 The Formation of Western Europe
CHAPTER 15: 800–1500 Societies and Empires of Africa

UNIT 4: 500–1800 Connecting Hemispheres
CHAPTER 16: 500–1500 People and Empires in the Americas
CHAPTER 17: 1300–1600 European Renaissance and Reformation
CHAPTER 18: 1300–1700 The Muslim World Expands
CHAPTER 20: 1492–1800 The Atlantic World

UNIT 5: 1500–1900 Absolutism to Revolution
CHAPTER 21: 1500–1800 Absolute Monarchs in Europe
CHAPTER 22: 1550–1789 Enlightenment and Revolution
CHAPTER 23: 1789–1815 The French Revolution and Napoleon
CHAPTER 24: 1789–1900 Nationalist Revolutions Sweep the West

UNIT 6: 1700–1914 Industrialism and the Race for Empire
CHAPTER 25: 1700–1900 The Industrial Revolution
CHAPTER 26: 1815–1914 An Age of Democracy and Progress
CHAPTER 27: 1850–1914 The Age of Imperialism
CHAPTER 28: 1800–1914 Transformations Around the Globe

UNIT 7: 1900–1945 The World at War
CHAPTER 29: 1914–1918 The Great War
CHAPTER 30: 1900–1939 Revolution and Nationalism
CHAPTER 31: 1919–1939 Years of Crisis
CHAPTER 32: 1939–1945 World War II

UNIT 8: 1945–Present Perspectives on the Present
CHAPTER 33: 1945–Present Restructuring the Postwar World
CHAPTER 34: 1945–Present The Colonies Become New Nations
CHAPTER 35: 1945–Present Struggles for Democracy
CHAPTER 36: 1960–Present Global Interdependence

Skillbuilder Handbook
- Section 1: Reading Critically
- Section 2: Higher-Order Critical Thinking
- Section 3: Exploring Evidence: Print, Visual, Technology Sources
- Section 4: Creating Presentations
Primary Source Handbook
Economics Handbook
Spanish Glossary

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