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World History Honors: B Block
Instructor: Mr. Levansavich   

This course briefly reviews the world prior to 1700, and continues at a more in depth discovery of the world since 1700 C.E. Students will be exposed to the contributions of the many cultures and civilizations that have shaped the modern world. Students will also understand the major role that world history plays in understanding our contemporary world. Through the learning of the social, political, technological, and economic contributions of different civilizations, students are expected to have a greater appreciation of these different cultures and peoples. In the course of their studies, students will review primary documents, acknowledge truth and perspective, and advance their writing and communication skills.

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HOW TO ACCESS ONLINE BOOK
Follow these directions to get access to the World History Textbook online:

1. go to classzone.com
2. Select High School Social Studies and MA on the site, then click "Find Your Book"
3. Click on "Modern World History"
4. At bottom of page, go to Online Book
5. Create a Student Account or sign into your account if you already have one.
6. Activation code is 4482900-20 for those creating new account.
7. Enjoy!
News quizzes
Watch the news on either the TV, the Internet, or in the news paper. Be sure to read all major events, focusing on world news. Any major story that appears in all three mediums is fair game for the news quiz.

Starting with the 2nd or 3rd quarter, depending on the class level, news quizzes will be unannounced. Students should be watching the news on a regular basis, which is a requirement for this course.

Also, selected classes will be able to take notes on the news at home (hand written only) and then use their notes on the quiz.
Homework
No "Homework" exist(s)
Discussion Topics
Files
 Fascism and others chart.ppt
Describes Totalitarian Governments
 I S M S II.ppt
ISM PowerPoint to print. Print 4 slides per page for maximum efficiency.
 Label these items on your maps II.doc
Items to label on your two maps.
 Major World Events with notes.pptx
Use to study for exam
 Major World Events.pptx
Skeleton Notes for the chart/grid worked on in class

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