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11th Grade Honors World History
- Things to Consider Before Taking This Course -

While there are no official prerequisites for Honors World History, IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED that you have accomplished the following if you decide to take this course:
  • A marking period average of 92% or above (an A- or better) in any previous 10th Grade USII Honors Social Studies course
  • A final exam score of 83% or above (a B- or better) in any previous 10th Grade USII Honors Social Studies course
  • A minimum or above average score on the Reading / Writing Keystone standardized exams prior to taking this course
Course Description -

This course is designed to study the culture, society, history and current affairs in selected Eastern and Western Hemisphere countries, with special emphasis on the Middle East, Asia, Europe, Latin America and Africa. Political, economic, religious, historical, and cultural themes are stressed in these areas of study and throughout the course of the semester. Students will also analyze the effects these areas have on the United States and our viewpoint as American citizens. Students will examine, in-depth, supplemental readings, maps and other materials to develop critical thinking and analytical skills that will help them prepare for possible AP / College level courses for their 12th grade year. Literary and historical reading and writing are also major components of the curriculum.
Why is it important to study history?

Time Periods of the World We Will Be Looking at in this Course
(1000 AD to present)-
  • 750 BC - 1600's AD = The Development of the European Identity, the Age of Monarchs, and the Age of Exploration
  • 1600's AD - 1814 AD = The Age of Enlightenment, Political Revolution, and Democratic Changes within World Societies
  • 1814 AD - 1940's AD = The Industrialization of the Globe, European Imperialism, and Attempted Reforms / New Ideas
  • 1940's AD - 1990's AD = The Age of Global Conflicts and Political Change
  • 1990's AD - present = Unresolved Problems and Global Issues

syllabus11th Grade Honors World History Syllabus (*SPRING, 2017*)

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An overview of the some of the major topics we will be discussing
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