Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend World History, due to the fact that students obtain necessary knowledge to understand past events that has influence us as a whole today. Moreover, students are introduced to countries all over the world, how they all have different problems, yet somehow we can come to the conclusion that their share similarities. Students are then given the knowledge of not only the USA, but other locations as well.
In World History, I learned about the world, and how every country has different problems that other countries may not have. However, it does not matter how far countries are, because they all come together as a whole to help one another out. Moreover, I learned about different wars, and how it still affects us today and the way we perceive the world. The highlights of this course included working together with my peers to obtain more knowledge. Not only did I learn more about World History, I also learned I can depend on my peers.
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To students considering World History, I suggest preparing themselves to doubts and confusion. Since it's history, there are sometimes not enough evidence to support claims. Therefore, students must be open-minded, to try to understand history itself, and why the world works the way they do. Besides that, students must be dedicated, because it is not always a straight forward class with a right or wrong answer. Sometimes, it is up to the student to try to figure out specific motives from the world, and find a connection between everyone in the world.