World History Honors & AP
APWH Students & Parents:
Regional and Interregional Interactions, c. 600 C.E. to c. 1450
- Key Concept 3.1. Expansion and Intensification of Communication and Exchange Networks
- Key Concept 3.2. Continuity and Innovation of State Forms and Their Interactions
- Key Concept 3.3. Increased Economic Productive Capacity and Its Consequences
- Chapter 8 - The Rise of Islam 600-1200
- Chapter 9 - Christian Societies Emerge in Europe 600-1200
- Chapter 10 - Inner & East Asia 600 – 1200
- Chapter 11 - The Peoples & Civilizations of the Americas 200 - 1500
- Chapter 12 - Mongol Eurasia and its aftermath 1200-1500
- Chapter 13 - Tropical Africa and Asia 1200-1500
- Chapter 14 - The Latin West 1200-1500
- Chapter 15 - The Maritime Revolution to 1500
Honors WH Students & Parents
Unit 2 How did Islam become a Global Religion and Empire?
Unit 3 How did Skepticism, Humanism, and a revival of Greco-Roman Culture change Western European society?
Unit 4 How did European Exploration affect Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas?
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Meet the Teacher
2005 Graduate from the University of Florida (Yes, I was old)
Atlantic World History - BA Cum Laude
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My 13th Year Teaching - All at Forest
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My Dad was a FL Native, served in the Marine Corps 30+ years, fought in WWII & Korea. My Mom was a Marine too!
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