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Table of Contents for World History Learning Guides and Lesson Plans from Movies and Film
Full Length Movies — Short Subjects — Movie Clips — Film Clips — Video Clips — Snippets
- Indigenous Civilizations in the Americas
- The Ancient World
- Muslim Culture
- Roman Empire
- The Middle Ages
- The Renaissance
- The Enlightenment
- The 1800s to the First World War
- The First World War
- Between the Wars and The Great Depression
- The Second World War
- The Cold War Era
- The Post Cold War Era
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind
Science (Biology & Physics); World (Africa & Malawi); Biography (William Kamkwamba); ELA; SEL: Male Role Model; Education; Father/Son; Families in Crisis; Moral-Ethical Emphasis: Caring; [10+]
(Health; Medicine; Science-Technology; U.S. 1991 – present; World/Asia; SEL: Courage; Surviving; Moral-Ethical Emphasis: Responsibility; Citizenship) [13+]
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World History Lesson Plans from Movies and Films Relating to the Middle East
Guns, Germs, & Steel – Jared Diamond’s Theory of the Development of Civilizations
(World History/Cultures; Health) [14+]
World History Lesson Plans from Movies and Films Relating to South America
World History Lesson Plans from Movies and Films Relating to Arctic/Antarctic
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TeachWithMovies.org Learning Guides are ideal lesson plan makers for teachers of world history. Each Learning Guide contains sections on Helpful Background, Benefits of the Movie, Possible Problems, Discussion Questions, and Assignments. They are designed to allow you to quickly create great world history lesson plans.
The film clips and short subjects used in Snippet Lesson Plans are less than 40 minutes in length and are ideal for classroom use.
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