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High School Survey of World History Online Curriculum

High School Survey of World History Online Curriculum

This curriculum covers important events in the world from ancient times to now. Let’s Read English will teach students economic revolutions, social revolutions, classical civilizations, and modern history. Our curriculum is among the courses that are offered at the high school level.

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If you’re interested in more knowledge about our world history for students in high school and how Let’s Read English can assist you in improving your child’s learning, using the links below.
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What is Taught in Survey of World History?

Our high school world history curriculum teaches several topics from ancient times to contemporary times, and these topics include:
  • Introduction to Medieval Europe and its culture and arts
  • The colonization of African countries by the Europeans
  • The Neolithic Revolution and human origins
  • The rise and fall of the Roman Empire
  • Mass communication and medical technology and their impact
  • The old and new imperialism
  • The Cold War and the strategies used by the Soviet Union and the United States
We suggest this course for 10th graders, but it’s not mandatory.

Find out more about the lessons on our 10th-grade scope and sequence and 10th-grade lesson plans

Learning Objectives for Survey of World History

The objective of this Survey of World History course is to teach students all the past and current historical events.

They’ll master the history so well that they can write papers on the topics.

Here are some of the topics that Let’s Read English’s curriculum covers: 

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  • Why European countries found North America so attractive during the Renaissance.
  • The role of women in developed nations and in traditional societies.
  • Business opportunities created by globalization.
  • How industrialization problems gave birth to new economic theories.
  • How splitting caused the fall of the Roman Empire.
  • Introduction to feudalism as practiced in early Japan.
  • How World War I changed the economic landscape in Europe and the United States.
  • How government of Medieval Europe was reformed by English kings.

Why Choose Let’s Read English’s Survey of World History Curriculum?

We suggest that you include debates and role-plays in this course to make it more interactive, interesting, and engaging. This course informs students about technological innovation, triumph, political upheaval, and different wars.
With the help of our experienced and certified teachers and engaging lessons, students will learn about various cultures and their evolution from the past to the present.
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Find some of the benefits of this curriculum below. 
As a Full CurriculumAs a Supplement
  • Our grading system and report updates are automated for online school portfolio use.
  • Our CloseReader makes reading a lot easier.
  • The curriculum is adaptive and flexible, so it works well with different online schooling styles.
  • Students are taught with videos, photographs, graphs, charts, and maps.
  • The curriculum meets national and state requirements and standards.
  • Students with different learning needs will appreciate the slow, precise, and bold lesson video captioning.
  • Parents can revise and score their children’s essays with the tools provided.
  • The curriculum can be a summer learning program.
  • The lessons are engaging and interactive.
  • Our on-screen teachers make use of graphic organizers to make the lessons student-friendly.
  • The curriculum meets the state and national standards for after-school programs and preparatory facilities.
  • Parents can follow the lesson sequence or modify it.
  • Since the lessons are done online, they are available and accessible 24/7 in the comfort of your home.
  • Applicable to different learning styles.