World History
"Those who refuse to learn from the past are doomed to repeat it" is not an idle quote. All too often people have ignored the course of world events and then endured a fate which is all too predictable. At Klein Oak our main goal is to make students aware of the ebb and flow of historical events and how they often reflect modern events and modern ideas. Thinking about history and how it works in our lives is one of the keys to developing a critical mind. A survey course covering the time period of roughly 10,000 BC to the present, some of the topics covered in the world history course are listed below:
  • the shift from nomadic life to a settled agrarian life
  • the impact of great ideas
  • the influence of personality on the course of world events
  • how technology shapes the world and man's view of the world
  • the role of organized religion in settled societies
  • how people legitimize their power or authority
  • the rise and fall of great nations
  • key terms, such as imperialism, nationalism, and militarism
  • Teachers of World History

    Name & Email

    Subject/Classes

    Conference

    Phone

    Elizabeth Blake

    WHAP

    1st Period

    832-484-4960

    Jeremy Burleson World History 3rd Period 832-484-5000
    Brooke Downey  WHAP  1st Period 832-484-4864

    Tiffany Dzubin

    WHAP, IB TOK

    1st Period

    832-484-4899

    Elizabeth Hargis-Blake

    WHAP/ World History

    1st Period

    832-484-4960

    Patricia Martin

    World History

    3rd Period

    832-484-4916

    Casey Westmoreland World History  3rd Period  832-484-4792 

    Barry Wilson

    World History

    3rd Period

    832-484-4912


    Advanced Placement World History
    This course is designed to prepare students to successfully take the A.P. World History test from the College Board.
    World History Links
  • Visit Education First's Black History Web Site
  • Visit the Human Rights Library of the University of Minnesota
  • Visit the Ancient World Web and do some research
  • Search the Egyptology Page