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Modern World History explores major themes in modern history from 1750 to present, focusing on big events which led to the creation of the modern world. Students focus on different topics including Revolutions in the Industrial and Atlantic World, Colonization and Migration, Conflict and Genocide in WWI, Great Depression, WWII, Human Rights and Social Change, and Globalization: Economic, Environmental, and Political Effects. The course also draws comparisons to current events in each unit as a way of tracking larger historical patterns.

 

Course Information

  • Course Duration: Full Year
  • Course Credits: 1
  • Grade Level: 10
 
 
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