Hist 126 Syllabus

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Washington Online Course Outline Title:    Western Civilization I Course Description :  Western Civilization I is a survey of the cultural, political and economic  aspects of the great civilizations that developed from Pre-history to the High Middle Ages  through the use of a variety of primary documents and research materials.   Prerequisite :  Placement in ENGLISH 100. Credits :  5 Materials/Books :   The Western Experience , 9th edition, Vol A , Antiquity to the Middle Ages,  Chambers, etal., (For more information on this, look under the BOOKS button!)  Instructor :  Dr. Rebecca Leber-Gottberg Instructor email :   rebeccagottberg@hotmail.com  or via the internal messaging system in  Blackboard. Instructor Bio : Adjunct faculty - University of North Dakota – 2007 – present Adjunct faculty - Bellevue University - 2003 - present Adjunct faculty - Pierce Community College – 2001- present Adjunct faculty – Art Institute Online - 2002 - present Adjunct faculty - Big Bend Community College - 1996-2001 Adjunct faculty - Idaho State University - 1992-94  D.A., History – University of North Dakota – 2006 M.A., International Development - University of Wyoming - 1991 B.A., International Relations - University of Wyoming - 1988    Learning Outcomes CRITICAL THINKING : The learner will:  * Differentiate between primary and secondary documents.
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*Recognize the patterns in which historical information is organized, i.e. social, economic,  political, and legal. * Separate own opinion from ideas conveyed in the text. * Identify the central question an historical narrative addresses.  * Differentiate between historical facts and historical interpretations.  * Analyze historical interpretations, using evidence as the means to reach a conclusion. * Place an historical document within correct context.  * Derive reasonable inferences from evidence/primary documents. * Analyze cause-and- effect relationships including multiple causation and the role of the  individual, ideas, and chance. * Consider multiple perspectives and values.  * Synthesize and integrate information and ideas. * Develop an informed appreciation of other cultures as we survey Ancient, Greek, Roman, 
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2011 for the course HIST 126 taught by Professor Vanneson during the Fall '09 term at Pierce College.

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