World history tells the stories of people, events, and institutions from the earliest civilizations to modern times. Focus will be placed on the beliefs of those in the past, the ways they met their economic needs, the social and political institutions they formed, and the culture they transmitted from one generation to another.
This course also integrates the teaching of Geography with History. Geography is not taught as a separate subject but is included in every lesson as needed, through maps, diagrams, photographs, and text descriptions.
Below you will find links to the World history syllabus and daily activities, as well as any other important documents for this class.
Daily Schedules - Remember. . . this is just a general outline of the month's and semester's activities, it is the STUDENT'S responsibility to stay up-to-date with classroom responsibilities because activities may change.