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World History: Patterns of Interaction

3.88  ·  Rating Details ·  130 Ratings  ·  14 Reviews
Holt McDougal World History: Patterns of Interaction is a highly integrated program that provides teachers with a practical and motivational approach to teaching world history and to helping students think critically and reflectively. It combines a highly visual approach with primary sources to help all students understand world history and make global connections. It emph ...more
Hardcover, 969 pages
Published February 28th 2002 by Holt McDougal (first published February 2nd 1998)
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Briana Patterson
Let's see. I don't like this book much. Did it teach me the events and the important stuff? Yes. In that it served its purpose.

However, it's so busy selling the message of cultural acceptance and blending that it doesn't go very far into the consequences of what happens when it doesn't happen. It somehow loses its message and value because it harps on cultural blending so much. That's the first half of the book. It actually goes into positive aspects of invasions in that it blended the invading
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Michaela
Sep 25, 2011 Michaela rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: no one that wants to understand history
I think history is one of the hardest things to teach- history is sometimes a mystery, always moving and never stopping, and most importantly history is BIASED. History couldn't exist without some opinions. And so now onto this book. It's a school textbook I used in 9th grade and am finishing in 10th grade. Yeah. Fortunately for me, my teacher goes beyond way beyond the textbook and teaches at a college level which helps educate us, but in truth this book just brushes the surface of history prov ...more
Lara
Jun 15, 2016 Lara rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Used this book for an entire year of freshman World History. The textbook in person is extremely heavy but the information it provides helped me write many essays complete various other projects throughout the year. If you are a teacher, I'd recommend using the online version of the textbook. Again, the actual textbook is quite large and very heavy (many of my peers got tired of lugging it around in their bags all day so a few months in they stopped taking it). Decent textbook in the end of it a ...more
Daniel Kukwa
Feb 11, 2011 Daniel Kukwa rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: non-fiction
One of the few things I thoroughly enjoyed bringing back from an otherwise-dull-and-dispiriting "teach AP world history" training session. This is a fabulous (and fabulously HEAVY) text book that divides eras and nations into bite-sized, colourful chunks. It wouldn't be my first choice as a classroom text, but it's an extremely valuable supplementary source...especially for maps. When I need something succinct and to-the-point, I reach for this volume.
Michele Wen
May 28, 2013 Michele Wen rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2012-2013
This textbook was definitely very informational. It helps with homework and is great to use to study for tests. The index and glossary are very easy to use and follow. The word choice in this book is perfect for our grade. It is easy to understand. Difficult words are often put into the glossary and the definition is on the same page as the word as well.
Alma
Dec 14, 2008 Alma rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
The book is well organized and gives a lot of information about important events in world history. However, the book mainly focuses on the successes of the Caucasian race. It should have a wider spectrum and discuss other races more thoroughly. As a future educator I look forward to working with it because it will provide at least the basics for my students.
Jamie Lee
Apr 17, 2013 Jamie Lee rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Very helpful in homeworks. For Global History, we are assigned almost every night to read a certain chapter and take notes. I personally like history so this book is a 5 star. Through 9th to 10th, i've been using this book.
Jeff Gordon
With over 1000 pages of short stories the book is quite literally packed with information although it is quite lacking in a plot line. The characters however are highly developed and include China, India, and the Mongols
Jacquelyn
This isn't a review but can someone respond I need help. I don't know how to download it. Thanks for your help :)
Mario
Apr 29, 2015 Mario rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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