World History Introduction

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World History Mrs. Navarre Email: [email protected] Rooms: 608,637
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EXPECTATIONS Be polite Communicate Allow others to learn and participate without ridiculous distractions Do your best and ask for help when needed
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Chronology In our case,this refers to big eras in history. The order in which events occur matters! History is like dominoes falling. Each development creates the next. We will not memorize long lists of dates, but we will remember how the stories go and, of course, the big “SO WHAT?”.
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Tools of Historical Inquiry How do we learn about history? Research and reading: what are good sources and lousy sources? Looking for bias. Using primary sources . What are they? Why?
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Development of Specific Societies For example: What is a classical civilization? What kinds of resources, beliefs, experiences created such unique cultures over time? For example: comparing Buddhism and Christianity.
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Technology and Economic Systems
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2011 for the course GEO 111 taught by Professor Yates during the Winter '08 term at Grand Valley State.

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