This course will help students seeking a wide knowledge of and experience with history from all over the world. Students will learn to relate moral and ethical principles in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy and major world religions to the development of Western political ideals. They will also analyze significant revolutions, the causes of major wars, colonialism, nation-building, the world economy and its development, and technical and communication innovations. This is the first course in a two-part World History series.

This course uses our Knowledge, Skills, and Attributes (KSA) model to give students the opportunity to develop both real-world 21st Century Skills and Social and Emotional Learning Soft Skills to develop college and career readiness.

  • Knowledge: World History, Part 1
  • Skill: Communication—Communicate Using Writing
  • Attribute: Humility