Global History and Geography II (Grade 10)
Students are placed in a co-teaching setting or a small class setting as assigned by the Committee on Special Education. Students in a co-teaching class participate in all Regents-level general education lessons and testing, but are assisted by two teachers in the setting and offered the necessary accommodations and modifications to comply with their IEPs. Students in the special education settings are provided remediation, as well as parallel instruction while being offered the accommodations and modifications to comply with their IEPs. Students are being prepared for the Global History Regents The Global History II Regents core curriculum is designed to focus on the five Social Studies Standards, and six Social Studies Practices while implementing Reading and Writing Standards for Literacy. This course provides a snapshot of the world circa 1750 and continues chronologically up to the present. Several concepts are woven throughout the course including industrialization, nationalism, imperialism, conflict, technology and the interconnectedness of the world. Students are required to take the New York State Global History and Geography Regents in June, based on the tenth grade curriculum only.