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Learning about and understanding World History is crucial for a plethora of reasons. You can’t really comprehend the present or be prepared for the future unless you know something about the past. That means learning about both the spectacular accomplishments of human beings and their evil acts and honest mistakes. That is what World History is all about!


There are so many ways to make the classroom a creative and enthralling place for your students. In my classroom, I always took different forms of art as well as different subject areas and incorporated them into the history class. For example, students can write plays of important events in history and act them out. This activity combines English (writing skills), drama (preparing for and presenting the play), and art (costumes and props). Music is also a fantastic way to study World History. The different forms, melodies, and instruments all tell a story. Reading relevant literature or watching a film based on historical events is also extremely advantageous. I could go on and on with examples, but the point is that these diverse and creative ways to teach, ignite student imagination and keeps them engaged.

The following units of study all contain worksheets, assignments, projects, study guides, tests, and ideas to help you bring your history class to life. Every unit also contains at least one PowerPoint presentation for you to teach with. The first four resource-packed units are absolutely free and ready to download and print. However, because of the amount of work and care that goes into creating these resources, units beginning with Ancient India can be ordered from our Order Now page.

Click on the following links to go to your desired unit in World History:

Unit 1: PreHistory


Unit 2: Ancient Civilizations of Africa and Asia


Unit 3: Ancient Greece


Unit 4: Ancient Rome


Unit 5: Ancient India


Unit 6: Ancient China


Unit 7: The Byzantine Empire


Unit 8: Islamic Civilization


Unit 9: The Early Middle Ages


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Unit 10: The Crusades


Unit 11: The Black Plague


Unit 12: Medieval Life


Unit 13: The Middle Ages


Unit 14: The Renaissance & Reformation


Unit 15: The Age of Exploration

Unit 16: The Age of Absolutism


Unit 17: The Enlightenment


Unit 18: The French Revolution & Napoleon


Unit 19: The Industrial Revolution


Unit 20: Revolutions in Latin America


Unit 21: Nationalism & Imperialism


Unit 22: World War I


Unit 23: Russia through the Ages


Unit 24: World War II & Aftermath


Unit 25: The Middle East through the Ages


Unit 26: Australia & Oceania through the Ages


Unit 27: The World since 1945: An Overview


Unit 28: Asia & the Middle East since 1945: An Overview


Unit 29: Africa since 1945: An Overview


Unit 30: Latin America since 1945: An Overview



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