World History

The study of World History is so that, “students develop relevant enduring understandings of current world issues and relate them to their historical, political, economic, geographical and cultural contexts.” Dream of a Nation helps teachers show their students history’s relevance in the contemporary world by highlighting 21st century issues and proposing creative and hopeful solutions to our society’s most pressing needs. All twelve chapters of this book will broaden students historical perspectives as they explore ways society has dealt with continuity and change, exemplified by concepts such as government, economics, war, stability, movement and technology. To help guide your students through this material please use these chapter questions, which address all levels of Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy from recall to creation.

World History Curriculum Resources for Download:

Chapter 10: Strengthening Communities

Strengthening Communities Chapter

Communities icon Chapter 10 Questions (PDF)


Chapter 3: Creating a Stable and Equitable Economy

Economy Chapter

Economy icon Chapter 3 Questions (PDF)


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