historyREVIEW: History Adventures, World of Characters (1750-1900)

REVIEW: History Adventures, World of Characters (1750-1900)


If you are interested in history, art, education and technology, today’s book is for you.

I always wanted to learn about world history. It was not something that was taught in depth during my time as a student. Artzi’s syllabus focused on their history, and several chapters on wars, the Renaissance, inventions, and the Industrial Revolution. I wish I could learn more about other countries, but doing it myself is stunning.

Then came this book, which I agreed to review at a heartbeat pace.

This post of mine may sound like a great advertisement, but to me this book is amazing and has the potential to enhance textbooks and education, something I am very excited about. I would love to support as much as I can.

I highly recommend you visit them Website Where you can experience this amazing interactive book.

History Adventures, The World of Characters (1750-1900)
By Spencer Halutz

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summary of the story

Looking for the best way to study world history? Travel back in time to 1750-1900 with award-winning history adventures and experience the stories of 5 amazing characters who lived in this dynamic period – who came to life with animation, interactivity and visual effects.

“History Adventures is the first of its kind, which tackles world history in a format that makes students want more.” © Film Daily

History Adventures is a non-profit organization that creates a revolutionary interactive learning experience that will enhance and expand students’ understanding of the complex world around them.

Developed by Spencer Striker, PhD, History Adventures takes world history education to a whole new level with 3D experiences, data simulations, sound effects and stunning graphics. Importantly, you can also test your understanding by taking multimedia, rich assessments at the end of each character narrative.

History Adventures combines the latest innovations in the design and technology of mobile entertainment – including animation, music, movement and sound effects, with the powerful storytelling method of narrating the life stories of peoples living in the last centuries, ages and places around the world. , With an innovative cross-disciplinary curriculum, adapted for digital learning.

Book review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

* A copy of this book was provided in exchange for an honest review.

This book took place during the period of globalization and global integration, between 1750 and 1900. He recounts the major events that took place in Australia, China, Congo and America, through several fictional characters that, according to research, are from folk tales that have been passed down through generations.

It’s a very cool concept where you can interact with the pages, click certain buttons to read more, engage in a 3D experience, test your knowledge and even listen to a historian add comments to the topic … it really changes the way you learn. More than once we have heard that the power of technology allows us to do amazing things but it? It could change the future of textbooks.

Truth be told, the book stands by its name. It is truly an adventure, moving from country to country and even participating in choosing the end to each story. Each story is short, spanning 2 pages and a page where you can choose what happens next. You are transported to the place and experience history in their shoes. In the next section, it goes beyond the characters and teaches more about history through three-dimensional experience, short notes and even tests to recall what you read.

I admire the incredible effort put into this book. Big applause for the staff, made up of very hardworking people from 6 continents, who searched for and collected historical documents, created amazing art and music, and worked on the technical side of the book. It’s amazing, and I really hope to support them in making learning accessible to everyone.

This is a quality book that I recommend to everyone. Here are the links to support them to create more accessible ways to learn history:

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