CP World History Syllabus

  • Course Description

    This course explores the significant events and people that make up world history: the story of the human community.  It begins in the 1300’s and connects to life today by examining the culture, common ideas, beliefs and behavior patterns of societies.  The course includes the study of politics, economics, geography, and the impact of science and technology on the environment and social life.

  • Grading Breakdown

  • Supplies

  • Weekly Agenda

     

    A recording of the daily lecture will be available on Google Classroom.

  • Titles of Units

    Connecting Hemispheres 500-1800

    Absolutism to Revolution 1500-1800

    Industrialism and the Race for Empire 1700-1914

    The World at War 1900-1945

    Perspectives on the Present 1945-Present

  •  Parent Contact:

    Parents will be contacted to celebrate achievements, or if child is not meeting expectations.  Please assist me in helping you stay involved by providing up to date contact information to the school. If you wish to contact me, please use the contact information listed on the Classroom Homepage.

     

    Late work:
    Any late work will be marked down to a 70. Late projects will be graded and the highest grade received will be a 70.

    Late daily grades must be 100% complete or they will not be accepted.

    Any late work will not be accepted after 10 calendar days from the date in the grade book.

  • Tardy Policy:

    Students must be in their seats when the bell rings for class to start.

     

    TARDIES TO SCHOOL

     

    1st Tardy to School

    Warning

    2nd Tardy to School

    Warning

    3rd Tardy to School

    Warning (Coach Cann will call home)

    4th Tardy to School

    3 Days Cafeteria Clean-up or ISS during 1st block that day

    5th Tardy to School

    1st Block ISS

    6th Tardy to School

    1 Full Day of ISS and Loss of Driving Privileges for 5 School Days

    7th Tardy to School

    1 Full Day of ISS and Loss of Driving Privileges for 10 School Days

    8th Tardy to School

    AIP meeting established and discipline consequences

     

    TARDIES TO 2ND, 3RD, OR 4TH BLOCK

    Students will not be sent to the front office for tardies to 2nd, 3rd, or 4th Block Class

    1st  Tardy to 2nd, 3rd , or  4th

    Warning – Teacher contacts parents/guardians

    2nd Tardy to 2nd, 3rd , or  4th

    Warning – Teacher contacts parents/guardians

    3rd  Tardy to 2nd, 3rd, or  4th

    Teacher assigned detention

    4th Tardy to 2nd, 3rd ,  or  4th

    Referred to administration – student assigned to ISS that block

    5th Tardy to 2nd, 3rd ,  or 4th

    Referred to administration – student assigned to 1 Day ISS and loss of driving privileges for 5 days.

    6th Tardy to 2nd, 3rd ,  or 4th

    1 Full Day of ISS and Loss of Driving Privileges for 10 School Days

    7th Tardy to 2nd, 3rd ,  or 4th

    Meeting with guidance counselors, administration, parents, and student.