Medieval World Scope and Sequence

The Medieval World Task Card set includes 33 cards and an Introduction to the course.  The cards may be used by students in grades K – 8 and are intended to be used at a pace of about one per week.  This course is comprehensive.  Tasks cover research, map work, summaries, time line work, biographical figures, and simple projects designed to reinforce learning.  Topics included on the cards follow. 


 


1 – Barbarian Invasion and the Fall of Rome


– Constantine


2 – Barbarian Invaders and the Christian Church in Europe


 – Augustine


3 – The Byzantine Empire


– Justinian


4 – Islam and the Koran


Map – Middle East-Europe-India


– Muhammad


5 – Islamic Empire



6 – Conquerors of North Africa


Map – Africa and Arabian Peninsula


7 – People of the Pacific
8 – The Dynasties of China


 – Yang Chien


9 – Yamoto Dynasty of Japan, Land of the Samurai


10 – Charlemagne’s Empire


– Charlemagne


11 – The Holy Roman Empire, The Habsburgs



12 – Vikings and Viking Explorers
 – Eric the Red and Leif Ericson


13 – Anglo Saxon England and Norman Conquest


– Alfred the Great, Edward the Confessor, King William the Conqueror


14 – The Crusades


15 – The Feudal System, Knights and Chivalry


16 – Medieval Castles



17 – Papal Power, Cathedrals, Monasteries and Monks


 – Saint Benedict
18 – Mongol Invaders


– Genghis Khan, Marco Polo


19 – The Plague and Robin Hood


 – Robin Hood


20 – Burgundy and Maximilian, The Hapsburgs


 – Maximilian


21 – The Hundred Years’ War


– Jeanne d’Arc (Joan of Arc), Henry V


22 – The Wars of the Roses


 – Richard the Lionhearted


23 – The Ottomon Empire


– Suleiman


24 – Eastern European Kingdoms



25 – The First Russians



26 – Kingdoms of Spain and Portugal


– El Cid, Ferdinand and Isabella


27 – Moghul Dynasty


 – Akbar the Great


28 – Voyages of Discovery, Exploring the New World
 – Christopher Columbus (Magellan, Cabot, etc…)


29 – North American Indians



30 – Aztec Empire and Mayan Civilization


31 – Reformation and Counter Reformation


 – Martin Luther, Henry VII


32 – Renaissance


– Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo


33 – Wrap up and Review



 












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