Crash Course World History, produced by John Greene, is an excellent video series on YouTube that provides a student friendly history of the entire world (from nomads to modern) in 42 videos. Each video is 10-12 minutes, exploring important movements, people, trends, and eras.
This product provides outlines of the videos 16-20 with a heading/subheading structure to help students take notes as they watch. It also indicates the time in the video when that topic will begin.
(1:40) Topic One
(2:30) Topic Two…
Included in this resource:
- Suggestions of how to use the videos and the outlines in your classroom.
- Individual links to each of the Crash Course videos.
- Outlines for videos #16-20. Topics:
#16 Mansa Musa and Islam in Africa
#17 Wait for it… The Mongols
#18 International Commerce, Snorkeling Camels, and Indian Ocean Trade
#19 Venice & Ottoman Empire
#20 Russia, the Kievan Rus, & the Mongols
NOTE: I do not own or claim rights to the videos. The videos are free and available on YouTube. This is a resource to help students and teachers make better use of this free video series in the classroom. If you have a question on whether this resource is right for you, please ask before purchasing.