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    Need extra help or need to take a test?

    My office hours are in room 208 on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 10:29 to 10:57 AM.

    Questions can also be emailed to mholm@jacksonsd.org.

    Questions will be answered  between 7:00 AM and 2:00 PM Monday - Friday.

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    Please bring the following items to class every day:

               - fully charged Chromebook with cord

               - cheap earpods

               - a notebook (dedicated to World History only)

               - pens, pencils, and a colored pencil or pen (red, pink, or orange) for grading

               - a folder for handouts 


    Welcome to World History! 

    History, the human story.
    This course is designed to study the geographical, political, cultural, social, and economic events and ideas that have contributed to the development of the world. Our curriculum covers The Renaissance (Chapter 17) to WWI (Chapter 29).
    Click on Student Resources (left side of this page) for additional information (including textbook). The textbook can also be Googled: World History: Patterns of Interaction 
    McDougal Littell @2007