WORLD HISTORY

The main content of this subject is based on the course of history from the first civilizations to the ancient and classic European, Asiatic and African civilizations. Also, students will deeply look into research methods as well as historic documents.

The student will be exposed to several dynamics of history. This includes economy, geography, politics and religion/philosophy.

This subject consist of:
  1. Lesson 1: Conducting research
  2. Lesson 2: The peopling of the world
  3. Lesson 3: Early river valley civilizations
  4. Lesson 4: People and ideas of the move
  5. Lesson 5: First age of empires
  1. Lesson 1: Classical Greece
  2. Lesson 2: Ancient Rome and early Christianity
  3. Lesson 3: India and China establish empires
  4. Lesson 4: African civilizations
  5. Lesson 5: The Americas – A separate world
  1. Lesson 1: The muslin world
  2. Lesson 2: Byzantines, Russians and Turks interact
  3. Lesson 3: Empires in East Asia
  4. Lesson 4: European middle ages
  5. Lesson 5: The formation of western Europe
  1. Lesson 1: People and empires in Americans
  2. Lesson 2: European Renaissance and reformation
  3. Lesson 3: The Muslin world expands
  4. Lesson 4: An age of exploration and isolation
  5. Lesson 5: The Atlantic world

  1. Lesson 1: Absolute Monarchs in Europe
  2. Lesson 2: Enlightenment and Revolution
  3. Lesson 3: The French Revolution and Napoleon
  4. Lesson 4: Nationalist Revolution sweeps the West

  1. Lesson 1: The Industrial Revolution
  2. Lesson 2: An age os democracy and progress
  3. Lesson 3: The age of Imperialism
  4. Lesson 4: Transformations around the globe
  5. Lesson 5: The modern world

 

The American High School Dual Diploma program allows students to obtain two different high school diplomas by carrying out studies simultaneously at two schools.

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