Basic World History

Basic World History

Basic World History offers students a comprehensive exploration of human history, with a particular focus on the key forces that have shaped the modern world. Throughout the course, students will delve into historical processes and contacts from a global perspective, analyzing the religious, economic, and political dimensions that have influenced societies.

The course provides a broad overview of world history, covering major civilizations, events, and developments from ancient times to the present day. By examining different regions and cultures, students will gain a deeper understanding of the interconnectedness of human history and the diverse factors that have shaped our world.

Basic World History is designed to accommodate students with special needs, ensuring a slower pace that allows for comprehensive understanding and engagement. The course provides appropriate accommodations and support to help all students access and comprehend the content effectively.

By the end of the course, students will have developed a solid foundation in world history and an appreciation for the forces that have shaped the modern world. They will have gained a global perspective, understanding the interplay of religion, economics, and politics in different historical contexts. Basic World History aims to foster critical thinking, historical analysis skills, and a broader perspective on the complexities of human history.

At a glance: