Make world history an adventure using activities that address student’s various learning styles.Activities include:Making postersDrawing cartoonsSinging songsConducting researchCreating graphs and role-play eventsThe activities revolve around students’ multiple intelligence to make world history interesting and exciting. Each activity comes complete with a student-friendly description of the historical topic or period to provide context and meaning. Make history an unforgettable experience!Adventures Through World History covers: Ancient Egypt (4000 BCdash;1000 BC) Ancient Greece (2500 BCdash;100 BC) Ancient Rome (509 BCdash;AD 476) The Dark and Middle Ages (500dash;1500) The Kingdoms of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai (500dash;1591) The Renaissance and the Reformation (1300dash;1600) The Age of Discovery (1450dash;1750) The Advanced Civilizations of Mexico and Peru (500dash;1550) The Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment (1550dash;1789) The Age of Democratic Revolution (1640dash;1830) The Industrial Revolution (1700dash;1900) Era of World War I (1914dash;1920) The Rise of Dictators (1919dash;1939) The Holocaust (1933dash;1945) World War II (1939dash;1945) The Cold War (1945dash;1991) Events in Asia after World War II (1945dash;1995) Turmoil in Southeast Asia (1945dash;2000) Recent Events in the Middle East (1975dash;2007) Recent Events in the Modern World (1980dash;2007)Copyright 2008. Grades 7dash;12. Reproducible. 8.5 x 11 inches. Softcover, 192 pages.