World History: Introduction
A way of life
Way of ruling; democracy; etc.
resources; what they make and what they sell
Form of belief; form of worship
Daily life; the way each personal family lives
Thought and Learning
education; the way they learn
Arts and Crafts
inventions; paintings; architecture
the study of earth
a specific physical place
Weather conditions and temperature; example: Tropical, dry, etc.
The land features of a region; example: mountains, rivers, plains, etc.
Natural Minerals; example: forest, fossil fuels, etc.
Geography & Culture
How geography influences culture; example: Taiwan is a island that became a refuge to China.
The record of past activities, events, and people.
The Ancient World
The Classical World
500 B.C.- A.D. 500
The Medieval World
A.D. 500- 1100 A.D.
The Expanding World
The Wide World
The Modern World
An advanced culture; ( Latin word meaning: city ) evidenced by towns, cities, specialized labor, and written language