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Humanities 4 - World 1500-present
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PATH Humanities 12 combines the disciplines of history, social studies, the arts ...

PATH Humanities 12 combines the disciplines of history, social studies, the arts and literature. The course focuses on ideas and expression in the context of world history from 1500 to the present. Students will study human thought, culture and social behavior, including the study of the organization, institutions, and development of society. Students will examine of the interaction and conflict between societies, cultures and governments thereby gaining an appreciation the ideals, traditions and values that shape who we are. The content will be drawn from primary and secondary source materials from History, literature, English language arts, Geography, Economics, Sociology, Arts, Philosophy, Psychology, Religion and Civics and will explore many of the content areas described in the World History II Learning Standards. Content will include whole books, both fiction and non-fiction representing a variety of perspectives and encompassing a range of reading levels.

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Arts and Humanities
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Philosophy
World History
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Parkway Academy of Technology and Health
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Path Boston
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Timothy McKenna
Humanities 2 US - Antebellum America to The Great Migration
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PATH Humanities 10 will use the disciplines of history, social studies, arts, ...

PATH Humanities 10 will use the disciplines of history, social studies, arts, and literature to evaluate and understand how men and women of diverse origins have formed their personal beliefs and values and how some of the contemporary structures in our society came to be. PATH sophomores will explore how U.S. geography affected the great people movements of the 19th and early 20th centuries and how these great movements affect our lives today. Throughout the course, students will have opportunities to engage in challenging academic experiences through stimulating discussions, critical thinking, free inquiry, and investigation. The U.S. History Standards from the Massachusetts Frameworks that will be addressed are: U.S.I, 26-29, 31, 32, 35-41; and U.S. II, 1-5.

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Arts and Humanities
Literature
U.S. History
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Parkway Academy of Technology and Health
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Path Boston
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Timothy McKenna
Humanities 3 - US Reconstruction to present
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In Humanities 3 we will arrive at a better understanding ourselves in ...

In Humanities 3 we will arrive at a better understanding ourselves in the world today through the study of the history, ideas and struggles of the people of the United States of America over the last 140 years. The course explores a wide variety of literary genres and sources materials. From understanding the form and content of these sources students will explore and practice forming connections between themselves and essential questions of the course through self expression in a variety of forms.

PATH Humanities 3 combines the disciplines of history, social studies, the arts and literature. Students will study human thought, culture and social behavior, including the study of the organization, institutions, and development of society thereby gaining an appreciation the ideals, traditions and values that shape who we are. The content will be drawn from primary and secondary source materials from History, literature, English language arts, Geography, Economics, Sociology, Arts, Philosophy, Psychology, Religion and Civics and will explore many of the content areas described in the MA American History II Learning Standards and cover Grade 11 MA ELA frameworks. Content will include whole books, both fiction and non-fiction representing a variety of perspectives and encompassing a range of reading levels.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Philosophy
World Cultures
U.S. History
Material Type:
Full Course
Lecture Notes
Lesson Plan
Reading
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Provider:
Parkway Academy of Technology and Health
Provider Set:
Path Boston
Author:
Timothy McKenna