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World History (Grade 10)

World History (Grade 10): This session will provide an overview of how 10th grade world history and 9th grade world history- related electives have changed between Frameworks by addressing the question What instructional shifts in world history shape the HSS Framework across the grade levels? This session will explore new approaches to world history such as a thematic approach designed to give teachers the opportunity to teach topics in depth rather than racing through the content.

Presentation Team:

  • Shennan Hutton, CHSSP
  • Nicole Gilbertson, UCI History Project
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