World History I


Thank you for visiting my website. The World History course is an academic, yearlong course with a focus on the development of human interaction and the global processes that have shaped history from 10,000 B.C.E to the Age of Exploration, 1600 A.D. In addition to the textbook, students will be engaged through a variety of sources including primary source documents, maps, simulations, plays, debates, videos, lectures, and computer-technology assignments.

Here are the units we will cover in World History I:

  • Introduction and the People of the World
  • Paleolithic Revolution
  • Neolithic Revolution
  • Ancient Egypt
  • Indus River Valley
  • Ancient China
  • Indo-European Movement
  • Ancient Assyrian and Persian Empires
  • Ancient Greece
  • Roman Republic
  • Roman Empire
  • Rise of Christianity
  • African Civilizations
  • Byzantium
  • The Middle Ages (Medieval)
  • The Formation of Western Europe (Renaissance)
  • The Age of Exploration