May 30, 2021
S14-E03 This is a preview of my global history course lectures I will share over the next year. Each podcast episode will contain a module from the history unit that I am covering. Previously in this podcast series, the emphasis has been on history review or additional learning podcasts that the students and I created. Now, you can hear the lectures that the students based their podcasts for the previous thirteen seasons.
In addition to this audio episode, I also provide several PDF
documents. First, a syllabus or guide to the course that contains
an outline of the history topics, assignments related to the course
topics, resources for students to take advantage to support their
student success, and generic rules and regulations related to the
course. Second, a list of the guiding questions for each of the
history units. Third, a list of the nine history forces that
influence events that I will reference through all the course
lectures. And finally, an application of those nine history forces
with an article that I found about strife that is occurring inside
France. It is the best example of a news report that made more
sense when the history forces were applied to it.
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