The People, Places, & Events of World History is designed for high school students. The course is available in six soft cover texts with six soft cover companion student activity books. Students study the 15 basic components of cultures: Agriculture, Architecture, Communication, Discoveries, Dominant Personalities, Education, Families, Food, Government, Industry, Energy, Military, Religion, Sports, and Transportation. Chapter one begins with evidence of civilization in the Fertile Crescent, and expands to the major continents of the world.
The Writers incorporate a conversational narrative style designed to engage students. Selected vocabulary words are highlighted and defined to help enrich the students understanding of the English language. Illustrations, maps, and time lines are sprinkled throughout each chapter to create mental images that solidify comprehension of the People, Places, & Events of World History. Character principles are added to each lesson to prompt students to consider how their world view of life is being shaped. This course consists of six chapters that cover time from 5000 BC through 2011 AD. Available in convenient box kit or by individual chapters.