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Social Studies

World History I: The Medieval World - Dark Ages to Renaissance (Flexible Schedule)

In this semester long course students will first explore history starting with the fall of Rome and the Medieval World. Subjects will include: the Byzantines, Europe, the Islamic Golden Age, China, and the Mongol Empire.
Keegan Warne
120 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 3 learners
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$15 per week
Flexible schedule
Over 20 weeks
No live meetings

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✓ Students will understand the way new cultures in Europe evolved out of the former Roman territories.
✓ Students will understand the way feudalism and the manor system developed.
✓ Students will understand the way Norse/Viking culture influenced Europe.
✓ Students will understand the core beliefs and traditions of the Islamic faith and culture
✓ Students will understand the significant cultural and scientific achievements of the Islamic empire.
✓ Students can apply this knowledge to the development of culture throughout the world and history.
✓ Students will understand the way global and regional trade routes developed.
✓ Students will understand the significance of the crusades on the kingdoms of Europe, the Islamic world, and the Catholic Church.
✓ Students will understand the factors that contributed to the decline of feudalism.
✓ Students will understand the developments that led to the Renaissance and its cultural significance.
✓ Students can apply their knowledge of global trade and human migration to the global interconnections of our modern world.
I am a licensed teacher from the state of Virginia with a Bachelor's degree in History and minors in Religious Studies and Psychology. This course will be taught according to common core standards, and in alignment with both the Virginia Department of Education and  the California Department of Education's World History course requirements.
Homework assignments will be limited to completing assignments started in class, and short reading/video assignments. The formal assessments may take some after-class time to complete depending on the format a student selects.
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Students will be given informal and formal assessments to check for understanding, and to asses student progress as part of a growth mindset. Grades are available upon parent request.
No live meetings, and maybe some time outside of class.
The curriculum for this course is based on the standard World History I curriculum, and the book "World History: Cultures, States, and Societies to 1500" by Eugene Berger, George L Israel, Charlotte Miller. This book is not required for students.


Keegan Warne
Lives in the United States
Historian and Social Studies Teacher
120 total reviews
109 completed classes

About Me

My names is Keegan and I am a licensed social studies teacher for the Middle and High School level in the state of Virginia. I have a Bachelors Degree in History with minors in both Religious Studies and Psychology. I have taught classes from... 
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