High International History 1 AS
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Students explore varied lenses and perspectives to analyze history between the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Within their study of modern history, students examine the emergence of world powers and the League of Nations, and how it affected international relations in the 1920s and 1930s, as well as the impact of the nations of China and Japan on the world stage. Students use multiple tools such as discussion, seminars, research, and writing to expand their knowledge and views on the emergence of world powers through these turbulent eras. This course encourages diverse thinking and expression and prepares students to take the Cambridge International AS History exam. Further course detail can be found in the course syllabus.
This course meets the criteria of Group 3: Arts and Humanities for students seeking a Cambridge International Diploma.
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Students delve into history between 1870 and 1945, gaining an understanding of the emergence of world powers and international relations:
- Empire and the emergence of world powers, 1870–1919
- The League of Nations and international relations in the 1920s
- The League of Nations and international relations in the 1930s
- China and Japan 1912-45
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