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McDougal Littell World History: Medieval and Early Modern Times Ц Student Textbook (2006)

 
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World History: Medieval and Early Modern Times combines motivating stories with research-based instruction that helps students improve their reading and social studies skills as they discover the past. Medieval and Early Modern Times captures each student's imagination by starting every chapter with a story. An engaging narrative, combined with the high-interest visuals, artifacts, and infographics, hold students' attention as they further explore the medieval and early world. The student textbook provides the latest instructional research to help improve students' reading and social studies skills and prepare them for success on high-stakes standardized tests.
Reading age for native speakers: Middle School students (7th grade)

CONTENTS

UNIT 1 Introduction to World History
- Strategies for Taking Tests
- Rand McNally Atlas
CHAPTER 1: The Tools of History
CHAPTER 2: The Expansion and Fall of Rome

UNIT 2 The Growth of Islam
CHAPTER 3: The Beginnings of Islam
CHAPTER 4: The Rise of Muslim States

UNIT 3 African Civilizations
CHAPTER 5: West Africa
CHAPTER 6: Central and Southern Africa

UNIT 4 Asian Civilizations
CHAPTER 7: China Builds an Empire
CHAPTER 8: Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia

UNIT 5 Medieval Europe
CHAPTER 9: Feudal Europe
CHAPTER 10: Medieval Europe and the Ottoman Empire

UNIT 6 Civilizations of the Americas
CHAPTER 11 Early Mesoamerican Civilizations
CHAPTER 12 Later American Civilizations

UNIT 7 European Renaissance and Reformation
CHAPTER 13: The Renaissance
CHAPTER 14: The Reformation

UNIT 8 Early Modern Europe
CHAPTER 15: Scientific Revolution and the Age of Exploration
CHAPTER 16: The Enlightenment and the Age of Reason

REFERENCE SECTION
Skillbuilder Handbook
- Section 1: Reading and Critical Thinking Skills
- Section 2: Chronological and Spatial Thinking Skills
- Section 3: Research, Evidence, and Point of View Skills
- Section 4: Historical Interpretation Skills
Primary Source Handbook
World Religions and Ethical Systems
Glossary and Glossary in Spanish




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