Ancient China (Civilisation & Writing Part 5) - http://www.zaneeducation.com - Learn some of the important events that happened in world history at the time of the first civilizations, between about 4000 and 600 B.C. Identify major literary forms used in ancient times, including epics, stories, songs, lyric poems, legends, and dramas. Identify elements of civilization--including agriculture, domestication of animals, division of labour, formation of classes in society, religious or...

Ancient China (Civilisation & Writing Part 5) - http://www.zaneeducation.com - Learn some of the important events that happened in world history at the time of the first civilizations, between about 4000 and 600 B.C. Identify major literary forms used in ancient times, including epics, stories, songs, lyric poems, legends, and dramas. Identify elements of civilization--including agriculture, domestication of animals, division of labour, formation of classes in society, religious or...

Ancient Far East (Civilisation & Writing Part 4) - http://www.zaneeducation.com - Learn some of the important events that happened in world history at the time of the first civilizations, between about 4000 and 600 B.C. Identify major literary forms used in ancient times, including epics, stories, songs, lyric poems, legends, and dramas. Identify elements of civilization--including agriculture, domestication of animals, division of labour, formation of classes in society, religious or...

Ancient Far East (Civilisation & Writing Part 4) - http://www.zaneeducation.com - Learn some of the important events that happened in world history at the time of the first civilizations, between about 4000 and 600 B.C. Identify major literary forms used in ancient times, including epics, stories, songs, lyric poems, legends, and dramas. Identify elements of civilization--including agriculture, domestication of animals, division of labour, formation of classes in society, religious or...

New Worlds and New Freedoms (New Worlds and New Ideas Part 4)    http://www.zaneeducation.com - Learn about some of the important events that happened in world history during the early modern era, between 1492 and 1700 and name some of the authors who lived and wrote during this time. See some examples of how the events of the era were interpreted by writers. Learn how the discovery of other cultures led American writers to new ideas in economics, government, science, and literature.

New Worlds and New Freedoms (New Worlds and New Ideas Part 4) http://www.zaneeducation.com - Learn about some of the important events that happened in world history during the early modern era, between 1492 and 1700 and name some of the authors who lived and wrote during this time. See some examples of how the events of the era were interpreted by writers. Learn how the discovery of other cultures led American writers to new ideas in economics, government, science, and literature.

Protestant and Catholic Nations (Renaissance and Reformation Part 5)    http://www.zaneeducation.com -   Define humanism, identify its origins in the literature of ancient Greece and Rome, and describe how European writers rediscovered humanist ideals. Identify some of the important events that happened in world history during the Renaissance and Reformation, between 1400 and 1660 and name some of the authors who lived and wrote during this time.

Protestant and Catholic Nations (Renaissance and Reformation Part 5) http://www.zaneeducation.com - Define humanism, identify its origins in the literature of ancient Greece and Rome, and describe how European writers rediscovered humanist ideals. Identify some of the important events that happened in world history during the Renaissance and Reformation, between 1400 and 1660 and name some of the authors who lived and wrote during this time.

A New Moral Conscience (The Late Middle Ages Part 2) - http://www.zaneeducation.com - See how the events of the era were interpreted by writers and how writers affected historical events. Compare the civilizations of Europe with those of the Arabic empires and China. Define chivalry, identify its origins in the military practices of feudalism, and describe the ideal feudal knight. Identify the people who promoted, fought, and financed the Crusades and explain who benefited from the…

A New Moral Conscience (The Late Middle Ages Part 2) - http://www.zaneeducation.com - See how the events of the era were interpreted by writers and how writers affected historical events. Compare the civilizations of Europe with those of the Arabic empires and China. Define chivalry, identify its origins in the military practices of feudalism, and describe the ideal feudal knight. Identify the people who promoted, fought, and financed the Crusades and explain who benefited from the…

The Plague (The Late Middle Ages Part 5) http://www.zaneeducation.com - See how the events of the era were interpreted by writers and how writers affected historical events. Compare the civilizations of Europe with those of the Arabic empires and China. Define chivalry, identify its origins in the military practices of feudalism, and describe the ideal feudal knight. Identify the people who promoted, fought, and financed the Crusades and explain who benefited from the Crusades, and how it…

The Plague (The Late Middle Ages Part 5) http://www.zaneeducation.com - See how the events of the era were interpreted by writers and how writers affected historical events. Compare the civilizations of Europe with those of the Arabic empires and China. Define chivalry, identify its origins in the military practices of feudalism, and describe the ideal feudal knight. Identify the people who promoted, fought, and financed the Crusades and explain who benefited from the Crusades, and how it…

Economy and Social Classes (The Late Middle Ages Part 3) - http://www.zaneeducation.com - See how the events of the era were interpreted by writers and how writers affected historical events. Compare the civilizations of Europe with those of the Arabic empires and China. Define chivalry, identify its origins in the military practices of feudalism, and describe the ideal feudal knight. Identify the people who promoted, fought, and financed the Crusades and explain who benefited from...

Economy and Social Classes (The Late Middle Ages Part 3) - http://www.zaneeducation.com - See how the events of the era were interpreted by writers and how writers affected historical events. Compare the civilizations of Europe with those of the Arabic empires and China. Define chivalry, identify its origins in the military practices of feudalism, and describe the ideal feudal knight. Identify the people who promoted, fought, and financed the Crusades and explain who benefited from...

A Booming America (The Late 20th Century Part 3) - http://www.zaneeducation.com - Examine the connections between historical events and the literary figures and works of the late twentieth century, a period in which many previously silenced peoples have found their voices. See how our society of today was formed from World War II, to the  Iron Curtain,  to Eastern communism, to tensions in India, the Middle East, and South Africa, to the Cold War and the space race, and the Civil Rights...

A Booming America (The Late 20th Century Part 3) - http://www.zaneeducation.com - Examine the connections between historical events and the literary figures and works of the late twentieth century, a period in which many previously silenced peoples have found their voices. See how our society of today was formed from World War II, to the Iron Curtain, to Eastern communism, to tensions in India, the Middle East, and South Africa, to the Cold War and the space race, and the Civil Rights...

Becoming Americans (Becoming a Nation Part 1) - http://www.zaneeducation.com - Learn why the colonists began to revolt against the tyranny of King George III and learn how they came to rely on themselves instead of England. Examine the events that led to the writing of the Declaration of Independence and the transformation of the colonists into free Americans. See why the failure of the Articles of Confederation led to a new document that would provide a strong federal government...

Becoming Americans (Becoming a Nation Part 1) - http://www.zaneeducation.com - Learn why the colonists began to revolt against the tyranny of King George III and learn how they came to rely on themselves instead of England. Examine the events that led to the writing of the Declaration of Independence and the transformation of the colonists into free Americans. See why the failure of the Articles of Confederation led to a new document that would provide a strong federal government...

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