20th Century World History 12
20th Century World History Course Overview
Nationalist movements can unite people in common causes or lead to intense conflict between different groups.
The rapid development and proliferation of technology in the 20th century led to profound social, economic, and political changes.
The breakdown of
World History 12 examines the major themes and events of the 20 th century, particularly in the period from 1919-1980's. Major events and movements are examined.
Where does this course fit?
- Prerequisites: Social Studies 10
- Graduation Status: One of the Grade 11/12 Social Studies options required for graduation.
- Explorations in Social Studies is strongly recommended before taking World History 12 however students that have completed Social Studies 10 can enroll in the course as well.
- All resources for the course are included in the individual assignment instructions but students are also encouraged to independently research their answers from creditable websites suggested in the instructions.
Post WWI/Treaty of Versailles/Rise of Nationalism/Russian Revolution
World War II
The Cold War
Events of Global Significance since 1945
Assessment Percentage Breakdown
Percentage of the Course
Start Up Assignment
49.5% / 15.5%
Midterm exam (assignments 2-12)
You have up to a year to complete your course.