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December 23, 2013
In this course, students will investigate the interrelationships, over time, of the world's peoples, including the impact of “colliding” areas of the world and the political, economic, social, philosophical, religious, scientific, technological and artistic contributions of many of the world’s most influential civilizations. Units of study will include ancient and classical civilizations; the Middle Ages; the ages of revolution, imperialism and industrialism; and the modern world.
Two quarters of this course are required to meet the Social Studies requirement for diploma-seeking students.