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Madison Metropolitan School District

World History in Spanish


This course is taught in Spanish and is designed for bilingual learners. The course challenges students to explore the historical events, geographical forces of change, intellectual revolutions and cultural traditions that shaped the modern world. As students examine the changing political, social and economic institutions in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas over time, they will discuss international issues and explore solutions to world problems. While developing an understanding and appreciation for the world’s diversity, students will become critical thinkers by developing inquiry and discussion skills. This course is designed for students enrolled in the district’s dual language immersion and developmental bilingual programs. Other interested students should consult with guidance counselor prior to registering for this course.

  • Recommended Grades: 10
  • Course Number: SOC6080
  • Credits: 1 credit
  • Prerequisite Recommendation: Participation in DLI program or meets minimum Spanish proficiency level for course.