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Ancient World History Curriculum
Resources: World History - The Human Experience
Farah, Mounir A. and Andrea Berens Karls
New York Glencoe-McGraw Hill, 1999
Chapter No. andResources:
Title
Related Resources
Supplemental
Thinking
About the World Topics Taught
 Text p. 14, 15, 24, 25, 38-41
 Dating early artifacts
Chapter
1: Section W.
1 - Brown
Lawrence
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PowerPoint
presentation
 Human Culture
Discovery of Early
Illinois Handbook of(developed
Govenrment
– Free from
by lead instructor)
 Paleolithic Hunter-Gatherers
Humans in Africa
state
Chapter 1: Section 2 The Neolithic
Revolution
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Chapter 1: Section 3 Emergence of
Civilization
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Text p. 29 - 31
PowerPoint presentation
(developed by lead instructor)
Stonehenge [Video; VC 936.2
STO]
Text p. 32-36
PowerPoint presentation
(developed by lead instructor)
Seven Wonders of the Ancient
World [Video; VC 930 SEV]
Chapter Review (p. 42 & 43)
Social Science Topic Summary– Ancient World History
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Instructional Suggestions
Required
Optional
Agricultural Revolution
The First Villages
Technological Advances
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River Valley Civilizations
The Economy of a Civilization
The Rise of Cities
 Social classes
 Religion
Places/locations to know:
Euphrates River, Huang He River,
Indus River, Nile River, Tigris River
Terms/concepts to know:
Anthropologist, archaeologist, artifact,
civilization, culture, deity. Economy,
myth, Neolithic, nomad, Paleolithic,
Agricultural Revolution, domestication,
pre-history, and technology
Page 1
Chapter No. and Title
Chapter 2: Section 1 The Nile Valley
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Text p. 46-57
PowerPoint presentation
(prepared by lead teacher)
Pyramid [Video; VC 690.68
PYR] and/or Egypt - Quest for
Immortality [Video; VC 909
EGY]
Topics Taught
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Social Science Topic Summary– Ancient World History
Instructional Suggestions
Geography of the Nile River Valley
 Physical Geography
 Cultural Geography
History
 Early history
 Unification
 Old Kingdom (circa 2700 to
2200 B.C.)
 Development of
monarchy
 Burial practices
 Middle Kingdom (circa 2200 to
1800 B.C.)
 Theban hegemony
 reunification of
Egypt
 revitalization of
the economy
 Hyksos invasion/control
of Delta (circa 1700s B.C.)
 introduction of
new technologies
 New Kingdom (circa 1600 to ?)
 Empire-building
Culture
 Life in Ancient Egypt
 Social Classes
 Family Life
 Religion
 Contributions to Civilizations
 Writing
 Architecture, engineering
 Science
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Chapter 2: Section 2 –
The Fertile Crescent
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Text p. 58-65
PowerPoint presentation
(prepared by lead teacher)
Mesopotamia - Return to
Eden [Video; VC 909 MES]
Excerpts from the epic
"Gilgamesh" pp. 72-75
Social Science Topic Summary– Ancient World History
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Instructional Suggestions
Places/locations to know:
Lower Egypt, Upper Egypt, Nile
River, Nile Delta, Memphis,
Thebes, Giza, Mediterranean Sea,
Red Sea, Syria, Arabian Peninsula
Terms/concepts to know:
Bronze, cataract, empire,
hieroglyph, inundation (flood),
mummification, pharaoh,
polytheism, pyramid, scribe, silt
People/personalities to know:
Akhenaton, Hatshepsut, Hyksos,
Narmer, Ramses II, Thutmose III,
Tutankamen
The Fertile Crescent
 Geography
 Physical Geography
 Cultural/Political
Geography
Sumerian Civilization
 City-states
 Characteristics of Civilization
 Government
 Writing
 Religion
 Contributions to Civilization
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Instructional Suggestions
Early Mesopotamian Empires and
Fringe Kingdoms
 Akkadian
 Sargon I
 Decline of Akkadian
empire
 Ebla
 Babylonia
 Hammurabis' Code
 Social Order
 Decline and fall
Places/locations to know:
Fertile Cresent, Mesopotamia,
Euphrates River. Tigris River,
Asia Minor, Mediterranean Sea,
Nile River, Red Sea, Arabian
Peninsula, Persian Gulf, Akkad,
Babylon, Ebla, Sumer, Ur
Terms/concepts to know:
City-state, cuneiform, eddudas,
ziggurat
People/personalities to know:
Akkadians, Gilgamesh,
Hammurabi, Sargon I, Sumerians
Page 4
Chapter No. and Title
Chapter 2: Section 3 Early South Asia
Related Resources
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Text p. 66-68
PowerPoint Presentation
(developed by the lead teacher)
Topics Taught
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Social Science Topic Summary– Ancient World History
Instructional Suggestions
South Asia
 Indian Sub-continent
 Physical Geography
 Climate and Weather
Indus River Valley Civilization
 Centrally-planned cities
 Organization
 Major Cities
 Daily Life
 Agriculture
 Commerce
 Language
 Religion
 Decline and Fall
Places/locations to know:
Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal,
Brahmaputra River, Deccan
Plateau, Ganges River, Harappa,
Himalayas, Hindu Kush, Indus
River, Mohenjo-Daro, Vindhya
Mountains, Western Ghats
Terms/concepts to know:
Monsoon, subcontinent
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Chapter No. and Title
Chapter 2: Section 4 Early China
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Text p. 69-71
Power Point presentation
(developed by lead teacher)
Chapter Review p. 76-77
Topics Taught
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Social Science Topic Summary– Ancient World History
Instructional Suggestions
Geography
Shang Dynasty
 Mythology and Early
Religion
 Sage/Hero-Kings
 Early Religion
 Important Achievements
 Writing
 Metal-casting skills
(especially bronze)
 Cities
 Expansion and Decline
 bronze-equipped armies
conquered most of Huang
He River valley
 lack of strong leaders led
to weakening of power
 conquered by Wu circa
BC 1000
Places/locations to know:
Anyang, Chiang Jiang (Yangtze),
Gobi Desert, Huang He, Kunlun
Shan, Plateau of Tibet, South
China Sea, Tian Shan, Xi Jiang,
Yellow Sea, Yunnan Plateau
Terms/concepts to know:
Characters, dynasty, mandate,
oracle bones
People/personalities to know:
Pan Gu, Shang, Xia (Hsia), Yu
the Great, Zhou (Chou)
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Chapter No. and Title
Related Resources
Topics Taught
Chapter 3: Section 1 Trading Peoples
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Text p. 80-82
PowerPoint presentation
(prepared by lead instructor)
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The Aramaeans
The Phoenicians
The Lydians
Chapter 3: Section 2 Early Israelites
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Text p. 83-87
Old Testament of the Bible
PowerPoint presentation
(prepared by lead instructor)
Jewish Tradition [Video; VC
909 JEW]
King David (Video; part of the
A & E Biography series)
King David (Video; excerpts
from the movie) starring
Richard Gere)
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Early Israelites
 Religion
 Land of Canaan ("Promised
Land")
 Sojourn in/Exodus from
Egypt
 Conquest of Canaan
 Davidic Monarchy
 Babylonian Exile and Return
 Legacy
Places/locations to know:
 Aramaean Domain, Byblos,
Canaan, Damascus, Dead
Sea, Israel, Hittite Kingdom,
Judah, Kingdom of David
(Eretz Israel), Mediterranean
Sea, Phoenicia, Red Sea,
Sidon, Syria, and Tyre
Terms/concepts to know:
 alphabet, barter, cash
economy, colony, exile,
confederation, covenant,
Diaspora, exodus,
monotheism, prophet,
Sabbath, and Torah
People/personalities to Know:
 Abraham, David, Deborah,
Deborah, Moses, and
Solomon
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Social Science Topic Summary– Ancient World History
Instructional Suggestions
Required
Optional
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Chapter No. and Title
Chapter 3: Section 3 Empire Builders
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(prepared by lead instructor)
Topics Taught
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Social Science Topic Summary– Ancient World History
Instructional Suggestions
Empire Builders
 Hittites
 Origins
 Organization
 Contributions
 Hammurabi's Code
 Assyria
 Assyrians
 Organized the first
standing/professional
army
 Organization
 Weapons
 Terror (propaganda)
 Conquered an empire
embracing most of the
lands of the Middle East
 Contributions
 Network of roads
linking the provinces
 Decline and Fall
 Chaldea
 Persia
 Expansion
 Commerce and Roads
 Religion and Culture
Places/locations to know:
Anatolia, Arabian Peninsula, Asia
Minor, Assyrian empire, Babylon,
Chaldean
empire,
Cyprus,
Greece, Hattutas, Hittite empire,
India, Lydia, Ninevah, Persepolis,
Persian empire, Sardis, Susa
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Chapter No. and Title
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Social Science Topic Summary– Ancient World History
Instructional Suggestions
Terms/concepts to know:
Royal Road, satrap, and satrapy
People to know:
Chaldeans, Cyrus II, Darius I,
Nebuchadnezzar, Xerxes, and
Zoroaster
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Chapter No. and Title
Chapter 4: Section 1 Beginnings
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Text p. 106-111
PowerPoint presentation
(prepared by lead instructor)
Aegean - Legacy of Atlantis
[Video; VC 909 AEG] and/or
Crete and Mycenae [Video;
VC 930.1 CRE]
Topics Taught
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Chapter 4: Section 2 The Polis
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Text p. 112-114
PowerPoint presentation
(prepared by lead instructor)
Greece - A Moment of
Excellence [Video; VC 909
GRE]
Social Science Topic Summary– Ancient World History
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Geography of the Aegean Area
Aegean Civilization
 The Minoans
 The Mycenaeans
Poets and Heroes
 The Iliad and Odyssey
 Teaching Greek Values
Religion
 Gods and Goddesses
 Festivals
Places/locations to know:
Aegean Sea, Asia Minor, Attica,
Balkan Peninsula, Crete, Greece,
Hellespont, Ionian Sea, Knossos,
Mediterranean Sea, Mount
Olympus, Mycenae,
Peleponnesus, Phaestus, Troy
Terms/concepts to know:
bards, labyrinth, Trojan Horse
People/personalities to know:
Sir Arthur Evans, Homer,
Heinrich Schliemann
Instructional Suggestions
Required
Optional
Typical Polis
Greek Colonies and Trade
 Colonies
 Economic Growth
Political and Social Change
Places/locations to know:
Africa, Asia Minor, Athens,
Byblos, Byzantium, Crete,
Cyprus, Cyrene, Europe, Greece,
Mediterranean Sea, Phoenicia,
Spain, Sparta, Syracuse, Tyre
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Chapter No. and Title
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Chapter 4: Section 3 Rivals
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Text p. 115-120
PowerPoint presentation
(prepared by lead instructor)
Great cities of the Ancient
World: Athens & Ancient
Greece [Video; VC938 GRE]
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Chapter 4: Section 4 War, Glory, and Decline
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Text p. 120-124
PowerPoint presentation
(prepared by lead instructor)
Chapter Review (pp. 126-127)
Social Science Topic Summary– Ancient World History
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Instructional Suggestions
Terms/concepts to know:
acropolis, agora, aristocrat,
citizen, colony, democracy,
oligarchy, phalanx, polis, tyrant
People/personalities to know:
Sparta
 A Military Society
 Role of Women
 Government
 Results of Militarism
Athens
 Draco
 Solon
 Peisistratus
Athenian Democracy
 Cleisthenes
 Athenian Education
Places/locations to know:
Athens, Sparta
Terms/concepts to know:
constitution, rhetoric
People/personalities to know:
Cleisthenes, Draco, Peisistratus,
Solon
The Persian Wars
 Marathon
 Salamis
 Pericles in Charge
 Athenian Daily Life
 Athenian Women
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Chapter No. and Title
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Chapter 5: Section 1 Quest for Beauty and
Meaning
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Text p. 130-134
PowerPoint presentation
(prepared by lead instructor)
Excerpt from the play
"Antigone" by Sophocles pp.
146-149
Greece - A Moment of
Excellence [Video; VC 909
GRE]
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Social Science Topic Summary– Ancient World History
Instructional Suggestions
The Peloponnesian War
 The Athenian Empire
 The Conflict
 Effects of the War
Places/locations to know:
Aegean Sea, Athens, Attica,
Corinth, Crete, Delos, Hellespont,
Ionia, Ionian Sea, Macedonia,
Marathon, Mediterranean Sea,
Miletus, Peloponnesus,
Pergamum, Persian Empire,
Rhodes, Salamis, Sardis, Sea of
Marmara, Sparta, Thermopylae,
Thrace
Terms/concepts to know:
mercenary, symposium
People/personalities to know:
Aspasia, Darius, King Leonidas,
Pericles, Themistocles, Xerxes
Building for the Gods
Greek Arts
 Painting on Vases
 Sculpting the Human Body
Drama and Theatre
 Aeschylus
 Sophocles
 Euripides
 Aristophanes
Olympic Games
Places/locations to know:
Olympia
Required
Optional
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Chapter No. and Title
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Chapter 5: Section 2 The Greek Mind
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Text p. 135-139
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Social Science Topic Summary– Ancient World History
Instructional Suggestions
Terms/concepts to know:
amphora, classical, comedy,
pentathlon, perspective,
sanctuary, statuary, tragedy
People/personalities to know:
Myron, Phidias, Praxiteles
The Sophists
Socrates
Plato
Aristotle
 Influence on Scientific
Thought
 Theories on Government
Early Historian
 Herodotus
 Thucydides
First Scientists
 Greek Mathematicians
 Thales
 Pythagoras
 Greek Medicine
 Hippocrates
Places/locations to know:
Terms/concepts to know:
hygiene, logic, philosopher
People/personalities to
know:Aristotle, Herodotus,
Hippocrates, Plato, Pythagoras,
Socrates, Sophists, Thales,
Thuciyides
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Chapter 5: Section 3 Alexander's Empire
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Text p. 140-145
PowerPoint presentation
(prepared by lead instructor)
Chapter Review (p. 150-151)
Topics Taught
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Social Science Topic Summary– Ancient World History
Instructional Suggestions
Rise of Macedonia
Alexander's Conquests
 Conflict With Persia
 Imperila Goals
Divided Domain
Hellenistic Culture
 City Life
 Hellenistic Philosophers
 Hellenistic Art and Literature
 Science, Medicine, and
Mathematics
Places/locations to know:
Alexander the Great's Empire
(336-323 B.C.), Alexandria,
Alexandria Eschate, Arabian Sea,
Aral Sea, Asia Minor, Babylon,
Black Sea, Caspian Sea, Egypt,
Euphrates River, Gaugamela,
Granicus, Issus, India, Indus
River, Macedonia, Mediterranean
Sea, Miletus, Oxus River, Persian
Gulf, Persepolis, Red Sea, Sardis,
Susa, Tigris River, Tyre
Terms/concepts to know:domain
People/personalities to know:
Archimedes, Demosthenes,
Eratosthenes, Euclid, Meander,
Philip II, Zeno
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Chapter No. and Title
Chapter 6: Section 1 –
The Roman Republic
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PowerPoint presentation
(prepared by lead instructor)
Rome - The Ultimate Empire
[Video; VC 909 ROM]
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Chapter 6: Section 2 –
Expansion and Crisis
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Text p. 159-164
PowerPoint presentation
prepared by lead instructor
Julius Caesar (Video; part of
the A & E Biography series)
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Social Science Topic Summary– Ancient World History
The Italian Peninsula
Early Peoples
 Indo-Europeans
 The Etruscans
The Rise of Rome
 Etruscan Rule
 Social Groups
 The Roman Republic
Plebeians Against the Patricians
 Plebeian Victories
 The Twelve Tables of the
Law
Religion
Family
Places/locations to know:
Adriatic Sea, Africa, Alps,
Etruria, Latium, Rome, Sicily,
Strait of Messina, Tiber River,
Tyrrhenian Sea
Terms/concepts to know:
consul, dictator, republic, tribune
People/personalities to
know:Romulus, the Tarquins
Instructional Suggestions
Required
Optional
Roman Legions
Rome Against Carthage
 First Punic War
 Second Punic War
 Third Punic War
The Republic in Crisis
 Rich, Poor, and Slavery
 Reformers and Generals
 Crowding the Cities
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Chapter 6: Section 3 –
The Roman Empire
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Text p. 164-170
PowerPoint presentation
(prepared by lead instructor)
Roman City (Video by David
Macaulay)
Rome & Pompeii [Video; VC
937 ROM]
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Social Science Topic Summary– Ancient World History
Instructional Suggestions
Julius Caesar
 Military Campaigns
 Time in Power
 Death
End of the Republic
Places/locations to know:
Carthage, Gaul
Terms/concepts to know:
indemnity, triumvirate
People/personalities to know:
Marc Antony, Tiberius Gracchus,
Gaius Gracchus, Hannibal,
Marius, Octavian, Pyrrhus,
Scipio, Sulla
The First Emperors
 Augustus Caesar
 The Julio-Claudian Emperors
 The Good Emperors
Roman Rule
 Imperial Government
 The Law
 The Imperial Army
Roman Civilization
 The Empire’s Economy
 Life During the Pax Romana
 Public Amusements
 Architecture, Engineering,
and Science
 Education
 Language and Literature
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Chapter 6: Section 4 –
The Rise of Christianity
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Text p. 171- 174
PowerPoint presentation
(prepared by the lead instructor)
Chapter Review (p. 180-181)
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Social Science Topic Summary– Ancient World History
Instructional Suggestions
Places/locations to know:
Actium, Africa, Atlantic Ocean,
Black Sea, Britain, Carthage,
Caspian Sea, Danube, Egypt,
Euphrates River, Gaul, Greece,
Hadrian’s Wall, Italy,
Mediterranean Sea, Nile River,
North Sea, Palestine, Red Sea,
Rome, Spain, Syria, Tigris River
Terms/concepts to know:
aqueduct, Pax Romana,
People/personalities to
know:Augustus, Marcus
Aurelius, Claudius, Galen, Livy,
Nero, Ptolemy, Tiberius, Virgil
Judaism and the Empire
Jesus of Nazereth
The Spread of Christianity
Persecution and Competition
Romans Adopt Christianity
The Early Church
 Teachings of Augustus
 Church Structure
Places/locations to know:
Terms/concepts to know:
bishop, disciple, hierarchy,
martyr, messiah, patriarch, pope,
sect, the Talmud
People/personalities to know:
Constantine, Paul, Peter,
Theodosius
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Chapter No. and Title
Chapter 7: Section 1 Early Africa
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PowerPoint presentation
(prepared by lead instructor)
Africa - A History Denied
[Video; VC 909 AFR]
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Chapter 7: Section 2 Kingdoms in West
Africa
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Geography and Environment
 Regions of Africa
 The Sahel
Nubia and Kush
Axum
Sub-Saharan Africa
 Bantu Migrations
 Village Life
 Religious Beliefs
 The Arts
Places/locations to know:
Adulis, Arabia, Axum, Cairo,
Egypt, Ethiopia, Kush,, Makkah,
Meroe, Napata, Nile River, Red
Sea, Sahara, Thebes, Yemen
Terms/concepts to know:
age set, matrilineal, oral
traditions, plateau, savanna
People/personalities to
know:Ezana, the Nok, Piankhi
Kingdom of Ghana
Kingdom of Mali
Kingdom of Songhai
Places/locations to know:
Atlantic Ocean, Benin, Cairo,
Lake Chad, Congo River, Egypt,
Ethiopia, Gao, Ghana, Gulf of
Guinea, Indian Ocean, Kumbi,
Mali, Madagascar, Mediterranean
Sea, Mogadishu, Morocco, Niani,
Niger River, Red Sea, Sahara,
Songhai, Thebes, Timbuktu,
Tripoli, Zambezi River,
Zimbabwe
Instructional Suggestions
Required
Optional
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Chapter 7: Section 3 African Trading Cities
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Text p. 194-196
PowerPoint presentation
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Chapter Review (p. 198-199)
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Terms/concepts to know:
ghana, monotheism, mosque
People/personalities to know:
the Almoravids, Sundiata Keita,
Mansa Musa, Askia Muhammad
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East Africa
 Coastal Cities
 Blending of Cultures
Bantu Kingdoms
 Great Zimbabwe
 Territorial Divisions
Places/locations to know:
Karanga, Kilwa, Malindi,
Mombasa, Sofala, Zanzibar,
Great Zimbabwe
Terms/concepts to know:
monopoly, multicultural
People/personalities to know:
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Chapter 8: Section 1 Origins of Hindu India,
pp. 202-207
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PowerPoint presentation
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Hindu Tradition [Video; VC
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Aryans
 Social Order
 Ways of Life
 Epic Literature
Hinduism
 Major Doctrines
 Jainism
Places/locations to know:
Optional
Terms/concepts to know:
Ahisma, Bhagagavad Gita, epic,
dharma, Hinduism, jati, karma,
Mahabharata, rajah, reincarnation,
Sanskrit, varna, Upanishads,
Vedas
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Chapter 8: Section 3 Rise of Buddhism, pp.
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Chapter 8: Section 3 Indian Empires, pp.
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People/personalities to know:
The Aryans, Ramayama
Text p. 209-210
PowerPoint presentation
(prepared by lead instructor)
Buddhist Tradition [Video;
294.3 BUD]
Little Buddha (Movie that
chronicles the life of Buddha)
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The Buddha
Spread of Buddhism
Places/locations to know:
China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia,
and Indonesia
Terms/concepts to know:
Four Noble Truths, nirvana, stupa
People/personalities to
know:Siddhartha Gautama
Text p. 211-214
PowerPoint presentation
(prepared by lead instructor)
Chapter Review (p. 216-217)
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Mauryan empire
 Asoka
Gupta empire
 Religion
 Daily Life
 Achievements
Places/locations to know:
Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal,
Deccan Plateau, Ganges River,
Himalayas, Indian Ocean, Indus
River, Kapilavastu, Khyber Pass,
Magadha, Pataliputra
Terms/concepts to know:
Arabic numerals, Panchatantra,
Shakuntala
People/personalities to know:
Chandragupta Maurya, Asoka,
Chandragupta I, Chandragupta II
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Chapter No. and Title
Chapter 9: Section 1 Three Great Dynasties
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Text p. 220-224
PowerPoint presentation
prepared by lead instructor
"Ancient China" [Video;
China - Dynasties of Power;
VC 909 CHI]
The Emperor and the
Assassin (Movie)
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Chapter 9: Section 2 Major Philosophies
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PowerPoint presentation
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Confucius (Video: part of the
A & E Biography series)
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Zhou Dynasty
Qin Dynasty
 Great Wall
 Strict Rule
Han Dynasty
 Pax Sinica
 Silk Road
Places/locations to know:
Anyang, Changan, Gobi Desert,
India, Japan, Luoyang,
Manchuris, Pacific Ocean, Persia,
Southeast Asia, Wei Valley, and
Xian
Terms/concepts to know:
Cavalry, civil service
People/personalities to
know:Qin Shihuangdi, Liu Bang,
Wudi,and Zhang Qian
Instructional Suggestions
Required
Optional
Confucianism
Daoism
Buddhism
Places/locations to know:
Terms/concepts to know:
Ethics, filial piety, yin and yang
People/personalities to
know:Confucius, Laozi
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Chapter No. and Title
Chapter 9: Section 3 Society and Culture
Related Resources
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Text p. 228-232
PowerPoint presentation
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Chapter Review (p. 234-235)
Topics Taught
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Family Life
Literature
Science and Technology
Places/locations to know:
Terms/concepts to know:
Hierarchy, extended family,
nuclear family, accupuncture, the
Five Classics, Spring and Autumn
Anals, the Analects
People/personalities to know:
Sima Qian
Course Description
No pre-requisites. Grades 9-12. Credit 0.50.
Ancient World History traces the development of Old World civilizations, including Egypt, the Middle East, China, Greece, Rome, and Africa. Each
unit involves an overview of major events, historical figures, geographical details, cultural contributions, and relationships to the modern world. Reading
materials are supplemented with appropriate visuals to assist the students in developing an image of these early times. The course includes discussions
of economic, political, and cultural changes as well as an analysis and comparison of historical events.
Other:
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Technology Support
Sample Syllabus
Linkages to other courses/content areas
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