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World Civilizations, Semester 2 – Accelerate

$125.00

This World History course examines major regions of the world, including Europe, Latin America, Canada, Mexico, Central America/the Caribbean, Russia, Africa, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand and the increasing interrelationship of the world’s peoples.  The main components studied throughout the year are as follows: History, Geography, Civics, and Economics.  It also includes examples of scientific, artistic, religious, and technological aspects of human behavior. Students will learn facts about important people, places, and events in World History, as well as develop and reinforce information processing, problem-solving, and map reading skills.

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