Middle School World History, Semester B

0.5 Unit
Social Studies
Grades: 7, 8

In Middle School World History, Semester B, youÕll learn about major historical events that took place in the world. In the first unit, you will learn about the developments and characteristics of classical civilizations in Asia and the Americas. In the second unit, youÕll trace the development of classical Greece and Rome. In the third unit, youÕll analyze the development and characteristics of the early medieval period. In the fourth unit, youÕll learn about the growth of civilizations in Africa and Asia during the late medieval period. In the last unit, youÕll analyze the transformation of western Europe during the late Middle Ages.



Instructor Embedded Cost: $275

Content Only Cost: See Course Details

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Prerequisites: Middle School World History A

Oklahoma Subject Code: 2315

Course Provider Contact: Sarika Simpson | Academy Director | counselor@edmentum.com | 866-890-8153

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