From the Renaissance to the Reformation, these world history lessons for high school students can help your students better understand how the past has shaped the present. Discuss significant events and time periods, and follow along with your students as they learn about influential dates and figures.
What do all civilizations have in common? Teach students how to answer that question by focusing on early American civilizations with this lesson plan.
Download these Enlightenment and American Revolution lesson plans to teach your students about how the latter was influenced by an era defined by human reason and science.
Use this Renaissance lesson plan and activities for middle school and high school to teach your students about this era of cultural "rebirth" in the 14th to 17th centuries.
Download this Protestant Reformation lesson plan to teach your students about this period of upheaval in Europe. These Protestant Reformation activities for middle school and high school encourage critical thinking through writing and primary source analysis.
Use this Age of Imperialism lesson plan to teach students about the actions taken by Europe and the U.S. in the late 19th and early 20th centuries to acquire new territories.
Known for its architecture, democratic system of government, and impact on science and the arts, ancient Greece is an important topic often covered in middle and high school social studies.
Download these Code of Hammurabi activity and lesson plan resources to teach students the context surrounding the creation of the code of laws.