World history textbook. From Early Civilizations (Prehistory to 1570 AD) to the Enlightenment and Revolution (1700-1850).
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In this book, you will learn about people in many parts of the world. Their ways of life have developed over thousands of years. In some ways, their ideas, customs, and traditions differ from one another as well as from those familiar to us in the United States.
Developed specifically to be used in the first part of a two-year global history course, this text covers world history through the Enlightenment period.
A book that can be used as a tool to master world history.
This book makes it easy to figure out what you really need to know about world history. Each section starts with Reading Focus questions that point out the most important ideas in that section. Case Studies on Contemporary Issues provide hands-on, project-based examination of key issues in the world today.
Organized into 5 units, made up of 21 chapters, there are special features graphics and the Reference Section. Each Unit contains Unit Opener, World Literature, The Big Picture, Unit-in-Brief, A Global View and You Decide. Each chapter contains Chapter Opener, Guide for Reading, Section Reviews, Issues for Today, Global Connections, Maps, Graphs, and Charts, Chapter Review, Special Features, Parallels Through Time, Art History, Up Close, Cause-and-Effect Charts and Quick Study Charts.
Textbook on world history, 1st of 2 volumes.
Textbook on world history, 2nd of 2 volumes.
This edition covers topics on Early Modern Times 1300-1800, Enlightenment and Revolution 1707-1850, Industrialism and a New Global Age 1800-1914, World Wars and Revolutions 1910-1955 and THE WORLD TODAY 1945-Present. This book also contains a section on 'fascinating history makers', 'Investigate the connection between history and geography' and 'Explore links between historical events and your world today', besides a Reference Section, Maps, Charts, Graphs, Skills Hand Book, etc.
Prentice Hall World History's Concept Connector Solution provides you with a variety of strategies and tools to help you truly understand the past, demonstrate your knowledge of world history, and succeed on quizzes, projects, and high-stakes tests.
With various techniques to make the learning interactive, this text covers world history from the beginnings of human civilization to the present.
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