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Final Exam Preparation
Susan M. Pojer's PowerPoint Palooza - the best collection of teacher-created PowerPoint presentations that I've encountered on the Web.
Benoy's Lecture Notes - Read the base notes for all class lectures - but be sure to note the caveat.
A central purpose of History 12 is to engage students in applying the methods of historical inquiry to the study of the forces that have shaped the 20th century. The organization, content, and orientation of the curriculum reflect this purpose. While History 12 can be described broadly as a history of world affairs in the 20th century, it concentrates on the years between 1919 and 1991, with an emphasis on the West and its relation to world affairs. In order to expand students´ historical awareness of global affairs in the 20th century, the curriculum also incorporates a global perspective where appropriate.
Since most students enrolling in History 12 are College or University bound, I teach using a lecture format to help prepare students for post-secondary studies.
The Ministry of Education's Instructional Resource Package for History 12 is found here.
Be sure to refer to and use the online notes from the International School of Geneva's History Department - this covers most of the material in History 12 and is outstanding.
Link to MLA Bibliography examples
Link to Working Bibliography blank grid
Link to Open School BC Online Resources
Link to Susan M. Pojer's website (the best history teacher's site that I've come across)
Bridging World History - A video series that takes a very broad view - free login required.
Interested in the concept of war - see the fabulous site of Justwartheory.com - links to texts, videos, leactures and a myriad of resources.
Map Blanks (To use with assignments):