World History On The Screen: Film And Video Resources:grade 10-12
Puts the spotlight on world history with compelling films that give students a better understanding of the events that shaped their world. Develops critical-viewing and-thinking skills. Supports and extends any world history curriculum. Includes 16 film guides, a student introduction to historical film, a film analysis guide sheet, an index of feature films, a glossary of film terms, and lists of video resources and related web sites.
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Prehistory and the Origins of Civilization
The Middle Ages
The French Revolution and Napoléon
Exploration From Across the Atlantic to Outer Space
The Russian Revolution
World War II
The End of the Twentieth Century
The Wannsee Protocol
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