Global History 10 provides a snapshot of the world circa 1750. The course contineus chronologically up to the present and has shifted to include a greater emphasis on teh contemporary world. Several concepts are woven throughout the course including industrialization, nationalism, imperialism, conflict, technology, and the interconnectedness of the world. The last three Key ideas focus on global issues, applying a more thematic approach. While the course emphasizes the importance of historical and spatial thinking, all of the Social Studies practices and standars are included in the study of Global History and Geography building on years of the student's use of the Social Studies unifying themes in their study of local, state, national, and global history.