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Global Connections' rich collection of background articles, lesson plans, timeline, and other resources are indexed here to help educators quickly find topics and materials that are most relevant for their classroom needs.

Connecting Questions Explore a Theme Timeline

These questions will stimulate thinking about "big-picture" concepts in the Middle East.

U.S. Foreign Policy
Background
Timeline [requires Flash]
text-only version

Lesson Plans

Religious Militancy
Background
Timeline [requires Flash]
text-only version

Lesson Plans

Roles of Women
Background
Timeline [requires Flash]
text-only version

Lesson Plans

Stereotypes
Background
Timeline [requires Flash]
text-only version

Lesson Plans

Natural Resources
Background
Timeline [requires Flash]
text-only version

Lesson Plans

Nation-States
Background
Timeline [requires Flash]
text-only version

Lesson Plans

Major themes bridge individual issues and events through time in the Middle East.

Politics
Background
Timeline [requires Flash]
text-only version


Religion
Background
Timeline [requires Flash]
text-only version


Culture
Background
Timeline [requires Flash]
text-only version


Economics
Background
Timeline [requires Flash]
text-only version


Science
Background
Timeline [requires Flash]
text-only version


Geography
Background
Timeline [requires Flash]
text-only version


Middle Eastern history since 1900. Scan this timeline to see the key historical events.
Timeline [requires Flash]
- text-only version



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