All tenth graders are required to take this course. This course takes a global and comparative approach to studying the world and its past to develop greater understanding of the development of worldwide events, processes, and interactions among the world’s people, cultures, societies, and environment. The content will cover various global, interregional, and regional patterns and events that took place from 300 C.E./A.D. to the present.
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Regional Civilizations (730 B.C. - A.D. 1650)
Early Modern Times (1300 - 1800)
Enlightenment & Revolution (1700 - 1850)
Industrialism & New Global Age (1800 - 1914)
World Wars & Revolutions (1910 - 1955)
The World Since 1945 (1945 - Present)