World history

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Sixth-grade skills

  1. A.1 The Neolithic Period
  2. B.1 Early Mesopotamia
  3. B.2 Mesopotamian empires
  4. C.1 Ancient Egypt: the Old Kingdom
  5. C.2 Ancient Egyptian religion
  6. C.3 The kingdoms of Kush
  7. D.1 Ancient China
  8. D.2 Early Chinese thought
  9. D.3 The Qin Empire
  10. D.4 The Han Dynasty
  11. D.5 Science and technology in early China
  12. D.6 The teachings of Confucius
  13. E.1 The Indus Civilization
  14. E.2 The Mauryan Empire
  15. E.3 The Gupta Empire
  16. F.1 Compare ancient river civilizations: geography and society
  17. F.2 Compare ancient river civilizations: achievements and legacy
  18. G.1 The ancient Silk Road: geography and transportation
  19. G.2 The ancient Silk Road: goods and ideas
  20. G.3 The medieval Silk Road
  21. H.1 Origins of Judaism
  22. H.2 Origins of Christianity
  23. H.3 Origins of Islam
  24. H.4 Origins of Hinduism
  25. H.5 Origins of Buddhism
  26. I.1 Classical Athens: geography and society
  27. I.2 Classical Athens: government and culture
  28. I.3 Comparing Athens and Sparta: part I
  29. I.4 Comparing Athens and Sparta: part II
  30. I.5 Alexander the Great
  31. J.1 The beginnings of Rome
  32. J.2 Early Roman society and politics
  33. J.3 Roman government: monarchy to republic
  34. J.4 The Roman Republic: part I
  35. J.5 The Roman Republic: part II
  36. J.6 Caesar and the end of the Roman Republic
  37. J.7 Pax Romana
  38. J.8 The fall of the Western Roman Empire
  39. J.9 The Byzantine Empire
  40. K.1 Early Islamic conquests
  41. K.2 Early Islamic caliphates
  42. L.1 The Ghana Empire
  43. L.2 Origins and development of the Mali Empire
  44. L.3 The Songhai Empire
  45. M.1 The Mongol Empire
  46. M.2 Medieval Japan
  47. N.1 Feudal Europe
  48. N.2 The Crusades
  49. N.3 The Middle Ages after 1100
  50. O.1 Renaissance origins
  51. O.2 Italian Renaissance: achievements in literature and art
  52. O.3 The Reformation
  53. O.4 The Enlightenment: origins and natural rights
  54. O.5 The Enlightenment: influences on government
  55. P.1 Foundations of Maya civilization
  56. P.2 Foundations of Inca civilization
  57. P.3 Foundations of Aztec civilization
  58. Q.1 The Age of Exploration: origins
  59. Q.2 Portuguese and Spanish expeditions: part I
  60. Q.3 Portuguese and Spanish expeditions: part II
  61. Q.4 French and English expeditions: part I
  62. Q.5 French and English expeditions: part II
  63. Q.6 The Columbian Exchange
  64. JJ.1 Identify primary and secondary sources
  65. JJ.3 Reading and creating timelines with BCE and CE

Seventh-grade skills

  1. L.1 The Neolithic Period
  2. M.1 Early Mesopotamia
  3. M.2 Mesopotamian empires
  4. N.1 Ancient Egypt: the Old Kingdom
  5. N.2 Ancient Egyptian religion
  6. N.3 The kingdoms of Kush
  7. O.1 Ancient China
  8. O.2 Early Chinese thought
  9. O.3 The Qin Empire
  10. O.4 The Han Dynasty
  11. O.5 Science and technology in early China
  12. O.6 The teachings of Confucius
  13. P.1 The Indus Civilization
  14. P.2 The Mauryan Empire
  15. P.3 The Gupta Empire
  16. Q.1 Compare ancient river civilizations: geography and society
  17. Q.2 Compare ancient river civilizations: achievements and legacy
  18. R.1 The ancient Silk Road: geography and transportation
  19. R.2 The ancient Silk Road: goods and ideas
  20. R.3 The medieval Silk Road
  21. S.1 Origins of Judaism
  22. S.2 Origins of Christianity
  23. S.3 Origins of Islam
  24. S.4 Origins of Hinduism
  25. S.5 Origins of Buddhism
  26. T.1 Classical Athens: geography and society
  27. T.2 Classical Athens: government and culture
  28. T.3 Comparing Athens and Sparta: part I
  29. T.4 Comparing Athens and Sparta: part II
  30. T.5 Alexander the Great
  31. U.1 The beginnings of Rome
  32. U.2 Early Roman society and politics
  33. U.3 Roman government: monarchy to republic
  34. U.4 The Roman Republic: part I
  35. U.5 The Roman Republic: part II
  36. U.6 Caesar and the end of the Roman Republic
  37. U.7 Pax Romana
  38. U.8 The fall of the Western Roman Empire
  39. U.9 The Byzantine Empire
  40. V.1 Early Islamic conquests
  41. V.2 Early Islamic caliphates
  42. W.1 The Ghana Empire
  43. W.2 Origins and development of the Mali Empire
  44. W.3 The Songhai Empire
  45. X.1 The Mongol Empire
  46. X.2 Medieval Japan
  47. Y.1 Feudal Europe
  48. Y.2 The Crusades
  49. Y.3 The Middle Ages after 1100
  50. Z.1 Renaissance origins
  51. Z.2 Italian Renaissance: achievements in literature and art
  52. Z.3 The Reformation
  53. Z.4 The Enlightenment: origins and natural rights
  54. Z.5 The Enlightenment: influences on government
  55. AA.1 Foundations of Maya civilization
  56. AA.2 Foundations of Inca civilization
  57. AA.3 Foundations of Aztec civilization
  58. BB.1 The Age of Exploration: origins
  59. BB.2 Portuguese and Spanish expeditions: part I
  60. BB.3 Portuguese and Spanish expeditions: part II
  61. BB.4 French and English expeditions: part I
  62. BB.5 French and English expeditions: part II
  63. BB.6 The Columbian Exchange
  64. RR.1 Identify primary and secondary sources
  65. RR.3 Reading and creating timelines with BCE and CE