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World History S1 (#623)


Modern World History: Patterns of Interaction by Holt McDougal, 2012.   (Authors:  Beck, Roger, Black, Linda, Krieger, Larry, Naylor, Phillip and Shabaka, Dahia).  ISBN:  9780547491141


Course Description:

Modern World History: Patterns of Interaction encompasses years from 1300 to the present and numerous people and events.  The first semester of this course will concentrate on the time period beginning with the European Renaissance and Reformation in the 1300’s to the early 1900’s.  This course will concentrate on the more important leaders of these periods and the decisions made by these leaders that affect the world. 

Chapter 1 – European Renaissance and Reformation (1300 – 1600)

Chapter 2 – The Muslim World Expands (1300 – 1700)

Chapter 3 – An Age of Explorations and Isolation (1400 – 1800)

Chapter 4 – The Atlantic World (1492 – 1800)

Chapter 5 – Absolute Monarchs in Europe (1500 – 1800)

Chapter 6 – Enlightenment and Revolution (1550 – 1789)

Chapter 7 – The French Revolution and Napoleon (1789 – 1815)

Chapter 8 – Nationalist Revolutions Sweep the West (1789 – 1900)

 Chapter 9 – The Industrial Revolution (1700 – 1900)

Chapter 10 – An Age of Democracy and Progress (1815 – 1914)

Important notice regarding our English course offering:

All English courses (listed) are temporarily suspended until further notice: English I S1 (#311), English I S2 (#312), English II S1 (#321), English II S2 (#322), English III S1 (#331), English III S2 (#332), English IV S1 (#341), and English IV S2 (#342).

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Credit Disclaimer

Please be informed that some of the courses being offered at this time are the same courses that the Independent and Distance Learning Department at LSU was offering. While they are the same courses, they are not being offered by Louisiana State University.  There is no affiliation between Louisiana High School Correspondence Courses, LLC and LSU. These courses will be administered and graded by LHSCC.