MODERN WORLD HISTORY PRESENTATIONS

CAPTURE STUDENT'S INTEREST WITH ENGAGING HISTORY POWERPOINTS

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World History Patterns of Interaction Modern World History Presentations

Unit 3 An Age of Exchange and Encounter (500-1500 AD)

Module 8: The Muslim World (600-1250 AD)

  • Lesson 1: The Rise of Islam
  • Lesson 2: Islam Expands
  • Lesson 3: Muslim Culture

Chapter 11: Byzantines, Russians and Turks Interact (500-1500 AD)

Module 9: Empires In East Asia (600-1400 AD)

  • Lesson 1: Tang And Song China
  • Lesson 2: The Mongols
  • Lesson 2: The Mongol Empire: Kublai Kahn
  • Lesson 4: Feudal Powers In Japan
  • Lesson 3 & 5: Kingdoms of Southeast Asia and Korean Dynasties

Module 10: European Middle Ages (500-1200 AD)

  • Lesson 3: Charlemagne Unites Germanic Kingdoms
  • Lesson 4: Feudalism and manorialism (Feudalism In Europe)
  • Lesson 5: Society In The Feudal Era (The Age of Chivalry)

Module 11: Church and Society In Western Europe (800-1500 AD)

  • Lesson 1: The Power of the Church
  • Lesson 2: Church Reform and The Crusades
  • Lesson 3: Enrichments In Medieval Society (Changes In Medieval Society)
  • Lesson 4: England and France Develop
  • Lesson 5: Troubles of The 14th Century (The Hundred Years War and The Plague)

Module 12: Societies and Empires of Africa (1500 BC-1500 AD)

  • Lesson 1: Diverse Societies In Africa
  • Lesson 4: North and West African Civilizations
  • Lesson 5: Eastern City-States and Southern Empires

Unit 4 Connecting Hemispheres (500-1800 AD)

Module 13 : People and Empires In The Americas (30,000 BC-1500 AD)

Module 14: The Renaissance (1300-1500 AD)

  • Lesson 1: The Birth of The Renaissance
  • Lesson 2: The Italian Renaissance
  • Lesson 3: The Northern Renaissance

Module 15: Reformation & Upheaval (1400-1600 AD)

  • Lesson 1: Luther Leads The Reformation
  • Lesson 2: The Reformation Continues

Module 16: Expansion, Exploration and Encounters (1400-1800 AD)

Unit 5 Absolutism To Revolution (1500-1900 AD)

Module 17: Absolute Monarchs In Europe (1500-1800 AD)

  • Lesson 3: Central European Monarchs Clash
  • Lesson 4: Absolute Rulers of Russia
  • Lesson 5: Parliament Limits The English Monarchy

Module 18 Enlightenment and Revolution (1500-1800 AD)

  • Lesson 2: The Enlightenment Thinkers
  • Lesson 4: The American Revolution

Module 19: The French Revolution and Napoleon (1789-1815 AD)

  • Lesson 1: The French Revolution Begins
  • Lesson 2: Revolution Brings Reform and Terror
  • Lesson 3A: Napoleon's Empire
  • Lesson 3B: Napoleon's Empire Collapses
  • Lesson 5: The Congress of Vienna

Module 20: Revolutions Sweep The West (1800-1900 AD)

  • Lesson 2: Europe Faces Revolutions
  • Lesson 3: Nationalism: Italy and Germany

Unit 6 Industrialism and The Race For Empire (1700-1914 AD)

Module 21: The Industrial Revolution (1700-1900 AD)

Module 22: An Age of Democracy and Progress (1815-1915 AD)

Module 24: Transformations Around The Globe (1800-1925 AD)

Module 23: The Age of Imperialism (1850-1915 AD)

  • Lesson 1: The Roots of Imperialism, Scramble For Africa
  • Lesson 3: Europeans Claim Muslim Lands
  • Lesson 4: British Imperialism In India
  • Lesson 5: European Claims In Southeast Asia

Unit 7 The World At War (1900-1945 AD)

Module 24: Transformations Around the Globe (1800-1925 AD)

Module 25: World War I (1914-1918 AD)

  • Lesson 1: Marching Toward War
  • Lesson 2: Europe Plunges Into War
  • Lesson 3: A Global Conflict
  • Lesson 4: A Flawed Peace

Module 26: Revolution and Nationalism (1900-1940 AD)

  • Lesson 1: Revolutions In Russia
  • Lesson 2: Totalitarianism: Stalinist Russia
  • Lesson 3: Imperial China Collapses
  • Lesson 4: Nationalism In India and Southwest Asia

Module 27: Years of Crisis (1919-1939 AD)

  • Lesson 2: A Worldwide Depression
  • Lesson 3: Fascism Rises In Europe
  • Lesson 4: WWII: Aggressors Invade Nations

Module 28: World War II (1939-1945 AD)

  • Lesson 1: WWII: Hitler's Lightning War
  • Lesson 2: WWII: Japan's Pacific Campaign
  • Lesson 3: WWII: The Holocaust
  • Lesson 4: WWII: The Allied Victory
  • Lesson 5: WWII: Europe and Japan In Ruins

Unit 8 Perspectives On The Present (1945-Present)

Module 29: Cold War Conflicts (1945-Present)

  • Lesson 1: Cold War: Superpowers Face Off
  • Lesson 2: Communists Take Power In China
  • Lesson 3: Wars In Korea and Vietnam
  • Lesson 4: The Cold War Divides The World
  • Lesson 5: The Cold War Thaws

Module 30: The Colonies Become New Nations (1945-2005 AD)

Module 31: Struggles For Democracy (1945-Present)

  • Lesson 3: The Collapse of the Soviet Union

Module 32: Global Interdependence (1960-2015 AD)

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