This course focuses on the origins, battles, and results of World War I and World War II. Students will study the rise of totalitarian states and the political environment in which they emerged. In addition, this course includes an in-depth study of the modern global situation and the independence many former colonies now enjoy. Finally, students will examine the economical state of countries throughout the world and discuss why some have thrived and others have suffered.

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 2
  • Skill: Critical Thinking—Information and Discovery
  • Attribute: Resilience