Features and Benefits
Global History Approach
True global coverage of world history encourages students to recognize historical patterns and to think critically about pictorial evidence. Chapters highlight characteristics of the major civilizations, and students focus on historical patterns of trade and exchange within and among major societies.
- Provides a Pedagogical Framework Learning Objective questions have been added to each chapter to highlight central themes and ideas.
- Focuses on Critical Thinking Chapter-ending Critical Thinking Questions reinforce important concepts and serve as essay or class discussion topics. Thinking Historically analytical essays relate to the chapter but extend across chronological and geographical boundaries. Critical thinking questions at the end of each essay prompt the reader to consider the farreaching implications of historical developments.
- Helps Readers Visualize History Visualizing the Past boxes support visual literacy. Readers learn how to read and analyze graphic material such as maps, charts, and graphs.
- Part-opening and chapter-opening timelines help readers place history in context
Built for Success
- This program, World Civilizations: The Global Experience, Since 1200, has been updated to reflect the College Board’s Curriculum Framework dated fall 2019.
- A correlation to the College Board’s Curriculum Framework for AP® World History can be found within the student edition preface or online by visiting Savvas.com/ AdvancedCorrelations.
- End-of-part questions have been revised to align to the framework outline.
- AP Exam Style Test Bank available online and aligned to the course framework outline.
- New! Test Prep Workbook for AP® fully prepares students for the exam. This new workbook includes tools to ensure student success including two full AP practice tests.
MyLab® History with Pearson eText is a state-of-theart, comprehensive Web resource that is organized according to the contents of our textbook and brings history to life through a unique, interactive experience. Students are able to take preloaded sample tests and receive personalized study plans.