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Modern World History

Modern World History

Prerequisite: None

Course Description: The Modern World History course builds on the historical foundation established in the 12/13 Cultural Studies I and II courses as it explores important historical topics beginning with influential revolutionary movements of the late 18th century and culminating with the changes and challenges of the early 21st century.  The course uses an inquiry-based approach in which students explore questions, gather, and evaluate evidence, make historical claims, and take informed action based on their findings. The 21st century skills of creativity, communication, critical thinking, and collaboration are woven throughout the course as students work individually and as groups to explore questions and advance the answers they discover.

Department: Cultural Studies

Teacher: Katarzyna Minollari 

Credit: 1 Credit (10 Units) 

Length: 1 Year 

Grade Level(s): Secondary I or II

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