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Enlightenment for Dummies- OZ

Eva Cassidy provides the background music with Somewhere Over the Rainbow as Dorothy discovers more than she bargained for.... And there is a cameo appearanc...

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Go Back in Time with 12 World History Apps

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History is one of those subjects where it is easy to get your students engaged once they have connected with the narrative. Here are a couple of Apps that will help your students jump right into the era that you are studying.

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Famous People Painting

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Painting of 103 Famous People That Changed the World. Includes Wikipedia links & mouse-over tagging.

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Explorers of North America - EnchantedLearning.com

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Explorers of North America....

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Age of Exploration | Mariners' Museum

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Browse "Introduction" and "Biographies" links.


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Protestant Reformation

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This BBC documentary summarizes and explains one of the most pivotal points in western history; The Reformation. After creating a sect of the Christian church Martin Luther created years and years of violence and bloodshed, in fact most European wars after The Reformation where brought in part if not solely due to the different sects of Christianity. A key documentary to understand European history,


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Renaissance Humanism

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Renaissance Humanism is an interactive tour that explores the characteristics of arts and literature from the Renaissance period in Europe. Suitable for an IWB.


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Notre Histoire

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A SHORT HISTORY OF THE WORLD IN TWO MINUTES!  INTENSE AND FASCINATING.


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Interactive Map: Exploration of North America, 1492-1700

Rulers of several European nations hired explorers during the 1400s, 1500s, and 1600s. The nations included Spain (green line on map), England (red), France (blue), and Holland (purple). They wanted the explorers to search for a Northwest Passage to Asia and to look for gold and other treasure. Instead of finding a route to Asia, explorers found rich land and resources in North America. Soon, settlers came to build trading posts, fishing camps, and towns. As these settlements grew, North America changed forever.


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Age of Exploration: Explorer Interviews » SHARE: Playing with Media

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Suitable for a high school project, too!


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Mr. C's Class Blog: Examine The Age of Exploration Through ...

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Class, it is time to stretch yourselves a bit. Today you will be looking at some blog posts by high school students in a Modern World History Class. Pick two different posts to leave a comment on. Make sure you don't leave a ...

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