Why This Class
This course builds on the foundation of Humanities 6 A to help your student cut through the complexity of world history and notice its patterns and core themes, while also learning how they can impact social liberty in today’s connected world.
Mentors in this course help students recognize the cause-and-effect relationship between actions and consequences in critical moments throughout world history. Mentors also guide students to examine and interpret significant ideas in their historical context, giving students a more in-depth view of how ideas impact liberty and human progress.
At the end of this course, students complete a guided summit project in which they connect directly with a peer from another country. Through reciprocal communication, students learn to break down walls between cultures—and in their minds. Students who complete this course become more connected with themselves and the world.