• Welcome To
    Global History & Geography I
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Global History and Geography is a two year course.  From the days of nomadic roaming tribes in 10,000 BCE to the meeting of hemispheres throughout the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries, Global I explores the impact of civilizations gaining, consolidating, and losing power in an increasingly interconnected world.  That seems like a lot of history to cover in one year!  To make this huge task manageable we will be focusing on enduring issues - long-lasting, historically significant challenges such as conflict, the desire for power, inequity, the impact of innovation, the impact of interconnectedness, the impact of ideas and beliefs, environmental impacts, scarcity, and population growth.
     
    Many students are bored or intimidated by courses in World History.  Don't be!  You can pass this course.  In fact, you must pass this course in order to graduate high school!  History can be fun.  The past is full of interesting people with interesting stories.  And a world history course can help you to better understand the world you are living in today!
     
    IMPORTANT: While school is closed due to COVID-19, all instruction will be provided through Google Classroom. 
           
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    Supply List: At this time, all work will be done in Google Docs and submitted through Google Classroom.  The supplies listed below will only be needed when we return to school and if we do not remain paperless.
    • 3-ring binder
    • college ruled paper
    • blue or black ball point pens
    • #pencils

    Click HERE to Download the Assignment Rubric

    Grading Policy:  A "weighted by category" system will be used to calculate overall grades.  The categories and their weights are...

    • Participation - 10%
    • Assignments - 25%
    • Tests/Quizzes - 65%

    Click Here to Download Classroom Expectations

    At this time, Homework & Extra Help will be posted in Google Classroom.

     
     
     
     
Last Modified on September 16, 2020