Mr. Cohen has lived Southern California since birth. He graduated with a History BA from San Francisco State University in 2010 and earned his teaching credential in secondary history education from California State University Long Beach in 2014. He is a member of the National Council for the Social Studies, California Council for the Social Studies and the National Council for History Education.
The 7th grade year is a study of world history and geography during the medieval and early modern eras. Students study the development and changes of complex civilizations. They identify and explore the similarities and patterns of these civilizations. Emphasis is placed on the fact that many of the civilizations developed concurrently and impacted each other. All units include an examination of the impact of religion, economics, politics, and social history on the medieval and early modern eras. The Five Themes of Geography (location, movement, region, place, and human-environmental interaction) are woven into all the units, with emphasis on how geography affected the development of these civilizations. Students will learn about related careers in history/social science.
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