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Accelerated World History (Honors)

Accelerated World History (Honors)

Course Number(s): H432001, H432003
Length: 2 Semester (4 Credits)
Prerequisites: Grade level reading ability or above, or an A/B average in an 8th grade Accelerated Social Studies course, or Teacher/School Counselor recommendation
Grade: 9

This advanced-level course applies a thematic approach to the study of World History. Students will explore how social, political, cultural, economic, technological and environmental factors have impacted human development over the last 12,000 years. Research, analysis of historical sources, and project-based learning will be a focus of this class.

Note: This course is strongly recommended for all future Advanced Placement / CIS coursework in Social Studies.