Welcome! Global History and Geography 9R is a year long course that covers the history of the world up to the year 1750. During the first semester, we learn about early man and ancient civilizations, then cover African, South Asian, East Asian, Southeast Asian, and Latin American history up to the year 1750. In the spring semester, we do a chronological study of Europe from ancient Greece and Rome through the Enlightenment. There will be an emphasis on making connections, drawing conclusions, analyzing cause and effect, evaluating primary source historical documents and studying enduring issues that have affected humans across time. A course syllabus can be downloaded at the bottom of the page!
ALL class notes, powerpoints, activities and homework assignments have been SHARED with you on your Office365 OneDrive account so that you can access them online at any time from your computer or phone. Use the OneDrive to find missed or missing work, review class notes, or prepare for exams.
Quizlet Class Link:
Please find the enrichment/extended learning Podcast episode choices and response sheets uploaded and shared with you on the Office 365 OneDrive in the Podcasts folder.
From your list of the current quarter's episode choices, select a "Stuff you Missed in History" podcast episode about an interesting topic or topics that connect to what we are learning about each quarter. Click the link to listen to the episode in your browser and then fully complete and turn in a printed response sheet for enrichment points! You will be allowed to complete up to 5 per quarter.
Check out more episodes if you are interested in listening to additional history podcasts here: