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Recorded MS
All Ye Lands: World History, Part Two

Using a colorful, engaging text, discover the origins of world cultures — from the Renaissance to China, India, Japan, North America, Latin America, and more.

Total classes: 14

Duration: 55 minutes per class

Prerequisite: None

Suggested grade level: 6th to 8th grade. High school students are also welcome – adjustments can be made to assignments for older students.

Suggested credit: One full semester World History or History of Western Civilization


Using Rollin Lasseter’s All Ye Lands as a framework and guide, this course roughly traces the course of Human Civilization from the Renaissance up through the modern age. This includes the Reformation, the World Wars, and Russia. This course is best when preceded by part 1.


Week 1: Introduction and overview of syllabus and assignments
Weeks 2-3: The Renaissance
Weeks 4-5: China into the modern age
Week 6: India and Africa
Weeks 7-9: The tragedy of Russia
Week 10: Japan
Weeks 11-13: North America becomes a Superpower
Week 14: Latin America

Materials and Homework

Course materials: Rollin Laseter’s All Ye Lands: World Cultures and Geography, ISBN-10: 089870944X, ISBN-13: 978-0898709445 (https://www.amazon.com/All-Ye-Lands-Origins-Cultures/dp/089870944X/chrisgooverth-20)

Homework: Selections from each unit of Laseter, approximately 15 pages, per week, of reading

NOTE: High School students taking this class will have higher reading loads.

Writing is an integral part of demonstrating both the assimilation of knowledge and the articulation thereof. Therefore, students will be guided through the process of writing a short (1- to 2-page, double-spaced) review of a book of their choice relevant to the subject matter.

NOTE: High School students taking this class must instead write a 3- to a 5-page book report.

NOTE: Parents may contact the professor to excuse their students from the written assignments.

Weekly, optional review quizzes based on classroom lectures and discussions. Worth bonus points.

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