From the Vikings in the Middle Ages to the famous explorers who started colonies and civilizations throughout all the continents, this history class is full of exciting events. This year also addresses some of the important cultural developments that took place as it covers the Protestant Reformation, the Renaissance, and other important developments. The course begins in 500 AD with the end of the Roman Empire, and continues through 1749 and the development of the British colonies in America.
The daily video lessons combined with the reading and writing assignments create a system of reinforcement that will help your student remember not just the content of the lessons, but also the chronological order they occurred in, and how the events shaped later history. As with other middle school courses, the parents are encouraged to learn along with their students, however, they are required only for grading the weekly essay.
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