GLOBAL STUDIES 10 2 OF 2

Course Name GLOBAL STUDIES 10 2 OF 2
Course ID HGS44
Department Social Studies
Subject Global History
Can you take this course more than once? No
Periods per Day 1.0
Special Permission No
Eligibility
  • All of the following are true:
  • Fulfills the following graduation requirements
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      Syllabus Syllabus Download

      Description

      AP World History

      Who should take this course?

      Students who have completed Global 1 and 2 or AP Human Geography and who are interested in an advanced course in World History.

      What will we be studying?

      The combined courses are designed to familiarize the student with the history of the world starting at the Age of Revolutions and ending with modern day events. This course will prepare students to take both the Advanced Placement World History examination and the SAT II in World History.

      What will be expected of me?

      The course is geared so that the student does not just memorize historical facts but analyze them in order to see the multitude of different perspectives of each issue. Students are encouraged to participate in classroom discussions to the best of their ability. An interactive student is the preferred student.

      How is the course taught?

      Each teacher develops his or her own style or methodology of teaching. Nevertheless, lectures are not the norm. Rather, student-dominated lessons guided by the teacher are. Group activities, debates, press conferences, and mock trials are often utilized.

      What are the completion requirements?

      Completing one's homework is essential to classroom discussion and is mandatory for each student. Grading is usually based on a combination of class participation, test results, homework compliance, and projects.

      Details and pre/co-requisites:

      Students should have at least a 91% average in Social Studies.