IB History of the Americas

Brazilian Independence

The International Baccalaureate History of the Americas course is the first of a two-year program in history.  Your senior year you will be enrolled in 20th Century World Topics under Group 3, Individuals and Societies, a Higher Level curriculum.  The course covers U.S., Latin American and Canadian history from 1492 to present.  You will be doing extensive research and writing, along with independent reading.  You will be analyzing and evaluating common themes in the history of the Americas, as well as relating those themes universally.

Today’s Objective: We will analyzed the political, economic and social policies of the Great Depression

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Upcoming tests and quizzes: Great Depression quiz #2 Tuesday 2/20

Course Information:

Major Course Papers and Presentations

1st Semester

2nd Semester

Class Power Points

Class Presentations (previous years’ links will be reinstated after current class presentations)

Key Websites

Key Information Necessary for the Three Areas of Concentration



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