(ACAD, 1.0 credit)
This course explores major contemporary global issues in an attempt to answer the question, “How did the world arrive at its current state at the beginning of the Twenty-first Century?” This course is organized into five units: The Global Historian, The Dynamics of Geo- Political Power, The Challenge of Economic Disparity, The Pursuit of Justice and Societal Change. The Global Historian introduces students to the discipline of history and establishes important year-long expectations related to skills and understandings, including the concept of interdependence. Global History 12 students will be expected to employ research and communication methods appropriate to the discipline of story.
Prerequisite: English 10