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Modern World History

Modern World History

Henry VIIICortesNapoleon

 

Course Description:

 This is an introductory survey course of World History from the age of the Renaissance and Reformation through the major World Wars of the 20th century. The primary goal of this course is to develop critical thinking skills through the analysis and evaluation of the major events and people who have played key roles in the development of world civilizations.  Students will work independently and cooperatively in mastering the subject material. Some topics to be covered include: the Renaissance & Reformation, scientific revolution, Enlightenment, French Revolution, Industrialization, and World Wars I & II.

Unit 1 notes

Unit 1 Study Guide

Facebook Project

Turn in Facebook Project here

Turn in Trip Around the World Project Here. 

Unit 2 notes

Unit 3 notes – enlightenment

Date

Objective

Activity

Monday

No school

no school

Tuesday

Students will understand challenges to the Catholic Church during the Reformation

Notes and discussion

Wednesday

Students will understand the significance of key historical figures from the Renaissance

Facebook activity

Thursday

Students will understand the significance of key historical figures from the Renaissance Notes and discussion

Friday

Renaissance Test

Test