World History Student Book, by James Stobaugh

World History Student Book, by James Stobaugh

Publisher: New Leaf Press/Master Bks
Author: James P. Stobaugh
$21.94
Human history began in a garden, and from the Fall came a people in search of an identity. Follow world philosophies and developments from a sound, Christian worldview.  Here is an examination of those vast trends and movements that have shaped the world... and continue to do so.

This course is divided into 34 chapters to cover a year's worth of material.  Each chapter has five lessons each, taking approximately 20 to 30 minutes each. There will be a short reading followed by critical thinking questions. Some questions require a specific answer from the text, while others are more open-ended, leading the student to think “outside the box.”  Weekly exams are provided in the back of the teachers' book for accountability and portfolio material.  No other reading material is required.  Here is the table of contents for your quick review - 

1. Mesopotamia
2. Foundations of World Views
3. The Jewish Exile
4. Egypt
5. Egyptian Life
6. Greece
7. Life in Athens: Part One
8. Life in Athens: Part Two
9. Greek Wars
10. Philosophers and World Views
11. Roman History
12. Roman Life
13. Roman Thought and Decline
14. Early Church History
15. Christianity Spreads
16. Japanese History
17. Indian (South Asian) History
18. Persian History
19. Chinese History
20. The Middle Ages
21. The Crusades
22. Age of Discovery
23. The Renaissance
24. The Reformation
25. The French Revolution
26. Nationalism
27. The Russian Revolution
28. German History
29. Central and South American History
30. Scandinavian History
31. World War I: A World Tragedy
32. The Jazz Age
33. World War II and Beyond
34. South Africa



ISBN: 9780890516485
High School Level

Book Title World History Student Book, by James Stobaugh
Publisher: New Leaf Press/Master Bks
Author James P. Stobaugh
Human history began in a garden, and from the Fall came a people in search of an identity. Follow world philosophies and developments from a sound, Christian worldview.  Here is an examination of those vast trends and movements that have shaped the world... and continue to do so.

This course is divided into 34 chapters to cover a year's worth of material.  Each chapter has five lessons each, taking approximately 20 to 30 minutes each. There will be a short reading followed by critical thinking questions. Some questions require a specific answer from the text, while others are more open-ended, leading the student to think “outside the box.”  Weekly exams are provided in the back of the teachers' book for accountability and portfolio material.  No other reading material is required.  Here is the table of contents for your quick review - 

1. Mesopotamia
2. Foundations of World Views
3. The Jewish Exile
4. Egypt
5. Egyptian Life
6. Greece
7. Life in Athens: Part One
8. Life in Athens: Part Two
9. Greek Wars
10. Philosophers and World Views
11. Roman History
12. Roman Life
13. Roman Thought and Decline
14. Early Church History
15. Christianity Spreads
16. Japanese History
17. Indian (South Asian) History
18. Persian History
19. Chinese History
20. The Middle Ages
21. The Crusades
22. Age of Discovery
23. The Renaissance
24. The Reformation
25. The French Revolution
26. Nationalism
27. The Russian Revolution
28. German History
29. Central and South American History
30. Scandinavian History
31. World War I: A World Tragedy
32. The Jazz Age
33. World War II and Beyond
34. South Africa



ISBN: 9780890516485
High School Level