Prentice Hall World History

 
 

Performance Assessment Options

 

Developing true understanding means that students don’t simply memorize facts, dates, and places. It means taking what they’ve learned and transferring that knowledge to new content, situations, ideas, and to their own lives. The goal is to help students become successful learners who will remember not only what they have learned, but how to learn more! Two great ways to see this in the World History program are:

Historian’s Apprentice Activity Pack – The Historian’s Apprentice Learning System Activity Pack, World History, explores Essential Questions about world history through compelling primary sources

 

 

Essential Questions – Essential Questions provide a larger framework to guide planning and help students see the big idea of their lessons. These questions frame and challenge theories, forcing students to stretch their thinking and use course content to support and inform their answers. In World History, students encounter these in the Concept Connector Features, in every Chapter Assessment, and in the Concept Connector Journal.

 

 
 
 

Program Facts

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Badges
  • Digital Courseware
  • 21st Century Learners (P21)
  • Whiteboard Compatible (WBC)
  • English Language Learners (ELL)
  • Response to Intervention (RTI)
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