• Global History and Geography 10 provides a snapshot of the world circa 1750. The course continues chronologically up to the present. Several concepts are woven throughout the course including industrialization, nationalism, imperialism, conflict, technology, and the interconnectedness of the world. The last three key ideas focus on global issues, applying a more thematic approach.

    Units of Study:

    1) THE WORLD in 1750

    2)  ENLIGHTENMENT, REVOLUTION, AND NATIONALISM

    3) CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

    4) IMPERIALISM

    5) UNRESOLVED GLOBAL CONFLICT (1914–1945)

    6) UNRESOLVED GLOBAL CONFLICT (1945–1991: THE COLD WAR)

    7) DECOLONIZATION AND NATIONALISM (1900–2000)

    8) TENSIONS BETWEEN TRADITIONAL CULTURES AND MODERNIZATION

    9) GLOBALIZATION AND A CHANGING GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT (1990–PRESENT)

    10) HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS