In World History, homeschool students will learn about the various ancient civilizations rose to power over time, making their mark on the world stage, and pave the way for future civilizations.  Starting with Ancient Egypt and progressing through the mighty Greek and Roman Empires, we will then analyze the rise of Arab peoples and the European monarchies during the middle ages.  We will focus on how regional conflicts have expanded to create World Wars and other global conflicts that we face today.  Homeschoolers will end their study of World History with a look at developing nations in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Latin America. 

Course Outline:

  1: The First People Groups

  2: Ancient Egypt

  3: Ancient India and China

  4: Ancient Greece

  5: Ancient Greece and Rome

  6: Ancient Rome

  7: The Spread of Islam

  8: The Middle Ages

  9: The Middle Ages

10: The Middle Ages

11: Asia and China

12: Japan and Africa

13: America

14: The Renaissance

15: European Exploration

16: European Powers

17: European Culture

18: The Enlightenment

19: European Empires

20: French Revolution

21: Europe After Napoleon

22: Europe after Napoleon

23: Imperialism in Asia

24: Imperialism in Africa

25: Imperialism and the Americas

26: The First World War

27: Reconstruction of Europe

28: World Between Wars

29: Seeds of War

30: The Second World War

31: Modern Europe

32: Modern Asia

33: Modern Africa

34: Modern Latin America

35: Modern Middle East

36: Course Wrap-Up

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