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Live Class: World History


Embark on a captivating expedition through time with Apologia’s Live Class: World History: A Journey Through HIS-Story. Your highly qualified instructor will guide you and your classmates on a journey that traverses the annals of history, spanning from the dawn of civilization to contemporary events. From the methods of archaeology to the nuances of dating and interpreting the written record, students will unveil the multifaceted tapestry of human experiences throughout the ages.

Things that we have heard and known, that our fathers have told us. We will not hide them from their children, but tell to the coming generation the glorious deeds of the Lord, and his might, and the wonders that he has done. -Psalm 78:3-4

GRADE LEVEL: 9th – 12th (recommended)
CLASS DATES: Aug 21, 2024-May 7, 2025
DAY OF THE WEEK: Wednesday
TIME: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm ET
SKU: ALOC-WH-001 Categories: , ,
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J. Austin Powell

CFE, M.A. (PhD in progress)

Mr. Powell is an accomplished law enforcement professional with Senior-level policy advisory experience and skill in preparing testimony and/or official responses to Congress and personally providing testimony to a state-level General Assembly. He is recognized as an expert in policy development affecting worldwide operations of a Cabinet-level Federal law enforcement agency, to include writing portions of U.S. law signed by the President. He is also a Certified Fraud Examiner and a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiner’s Advisory Council.

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Apologia’s Live Class: World History: A Journey Through HIS-Story covers history from a Christian perspective. Students will learn how history is formed, including methods of archaeology, dating, and the written record. As we explore pivotal epochs such as Classical Greece, the Enlightenment, the World Wars, and more, students will not only unearth historical narratives but also gain insights into the art of historical inquiry itself. 

Prerequisites: None
Course Credit: One High School History Credit

Required Class Materials

  • Hyma, Albert, and Mary Stanton. Streams of Civilization, Volume 1. 3rd ed. Arlington Heights, IL: Christian Liberty Press, 2016.
  • Moes, Garry J. Streams of Civilization, Volume 2. 3rd ed. Arlington Heights, IL: Christian Liberty Press, 2017.

Course Topics 

This course will cover the following topics, among others:

  • Early Civilizations and Kingdoms      
  • Classical Greece, Rome, and Early Christianity      
  • African History      
  • The Early Middle Ages and the Development of European Nations
  • Pre-Columbian America      
  • The Renaissance and the Reformation      
  • The Enlightenment and Humanism       
  • The French Revolution       
  • Industrial Progress       
  • Democratic Nationalism and European Imperialism      
  • WWI, WWII, and Other Military Conflicts       
  • Cultural Changes in the West

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