10th Grade
    Credit - 1
    Full Year

    The follow-up to World and U.S. History I, this sequential course covering the period from the late 19th century to the present is designed to examine the dynamics of a world and U.S. that are in the process of transition to modern times. The themes of industrialization, global economy, reform, revolution, nationalism, and global conflict are stressed. The emphasis is on the further development of the skills of investigation and critical thinking necessary to increase one's understanding of todays interconnected, changing world. This course requires discussion, awareness of geography, document study, and library research papers as well as successful performance on tests.
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