History-Social Studies- In this course students will study World History and Geography. Topics range from the beginnings of man, Ancient Civilizations, The Middle Ages, and Modern World History. The following is a list of activities and topics that will be studied.
|Geography||Ancient Civilizations||The Middle Ages||Modern World History|
An Introduction to Maps and Globes
World History: Ancient Civilizations
Amazing Artifacts - Study ancient civilizations through the artifacts they left behind.
Who Were the Neanderthals Anyway? - Discover prehistoric man and analyze this interesting time period
The Pyramid of Egyptian Society - The social structure of the Ancient Egyptians was similar to a pyramid. Learn about Egyptian society and social classesEgyptian Scavenger Hunt - Complete a crossword puzzle using the Internet to solve the clues
Egyptian Hieroglyphics - How to Read and Write them. Use a translator to write your name in Hieroglyphs!
Hatshepsut's Revenge: An adventure game that takes you to Ancient Egypt
Greek Magazine Project - A cooperative group project on the study of Ancient Greece
On The Way To The Forum - A Web Quest on the Ancient Roman Empire
Board Games of the Ancient World - A cooperative group activity while studying Ancient Civilizations
World History: Medieval and Early Modern Times
Inquiring Minds...- An Internet-Based Learning Activity on The Middle Ages
Exploration- A classroom activity for students working in cooperative groups
Pilgrimage to Mecca: The Hajj
The Growth of Islam
Will America Fall Apart Like the Maya?
Explorers, Women in History, and the 20th Century
An Adventure to the New World - Become an explorer and create a scrapbook of your journey!Discoverers Web Homepage: Links and Information on Voyages and Discovery
Famous Explorers Home Page
The Suffragettes - Women and the right to votePresidents - An index on the U.S. presidents
The Presidentís Powers
What is a Republican Government?
Our Government at Work
Democracy in America (Online) - Using the web to create a multimedia scrapbook
Who is a Citizen?
Debate on Ratification: Should we ratify the new Constitution?