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Ancient through Early Modern World History

This is an optional credit enrollment for registered participants in the UC Davis History Project Institute.

Ancient through Early Modern World History will give teachers updated content knowledge, resources and strategies for teaching the new History-Social Science Curriculum Framework (2016) for grades 6 - 7.

Topical Outline:

Day 1

  • Welcome, Introductions, Ice Breaker and Purpose
  • Lecture: Mapping out the Year Part 1 and 2
  • Lesson Planning Assignment Introduction
  • Model Lesson: Analyzing Perspectives in Calicut

Day 2

  • Announcements and Lesson Strategy Resources
  • Lecture: Ancient through Early Modern India
  • Tech Tips
  • Exploration of Sources and Lesson Planning
  • Lesson Planning Check-in
  • Lecture: Ancient through Early Modern India

Day 3 – Full Day

  • Announcements
  • Lecture: Ancient through Early Modern China
  • Model Lesson: Ban Zhao
  • Lecture: Teaching the Early Modern Period
  • Lecture: Managing the Rome Unit
  • Lesson Sharing

For additional information and to register in the corresponding workshop for which this credit is offered please visit: historyproject.ucdavis.edu

Prerequisite:
Registration in the UC Davis History Project institute.
Course Number:
503993