Age of Revolution
A.D. 1850 – 1930
This comprehensive modern history covers both U.S. and World History side by side. The following “revolutions” will be studied in the course of study.
- Revolutions in Society
- Revolutions in the Arts
- Revolutions in Politics
- Revolutions in Faith
- Revolutions in Science
- Revolutions in Economics
- Revolutions in Race
These revolutions interacted and travelled not just through one part of the world, but throughout the world, affecting the affairs of people across the globe.
Research questionnaires are provided for the following areas, with a special questionnaire for students to interact with a chosen famous individual in each unit, imagining how life would be without that person in history. Students will grasp how just one person, themselves included, can change the world.
- American presidents and their foreign and domestic policies
- Nobel Prize Winners
- World powers and their leaders
- Wars and Battles
- Humanities (art, music, & architecture)
- CivicsCivics is the study of the rights and duties of citizenship. Most high schools are requiring a credit in civics. TRISMS has made acquiring this credit very convenient by adding it to the TRISMS curriculum. This new civics course is part of this Age of Revolution volume.
Other areas include:
- Literature & Composition (Literature books are assigned and all other literature selections are included in the Student Book)
- Modern Geography
- World and U.S. Timeline Events
- Vocabulary pertinent to each unit
- Inventions & Innovations
- Famous folks
The Age of Revolution set includes
- Age of Revolution Teacher’s Key
- Age of Revolution Student Book
- Age of Revolution Student Pack
- Age of Revolution Maps & Maps Key Download