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Building Global Perspectives – New Resources for 23 major topics in World History

 

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Commissioned by the EDB, a team led by Professor David Faure and Dr Ma Muk-chi (Department of History, The Chinese University of Hong Kong) collaborated with experienced History teachers and selected 23 major History topics which can help students build up their global perspectives. Including important historical concepts, these topics constitute fundamental knowledge on world history for all students, and provide a solid foundation for those who will select History in their senior secondary study.
 
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1. What is history?

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2. East and West

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3. Rise of civilizations

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4. Heroes and myths

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5. Greek city-states

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6. Rome and the Roman Empire

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7. The Legacies of Greece and Rome

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8. The Middle Ages

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9. The Renaissance

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10. The Reformation

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11. Rise of science

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12. Voyages of discovery

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13. The Enlightenment

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14. The French Revolution

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15. The Industrial Revolution

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16. Old empires and new empires

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17. Asia in the age of European expansion

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18. Popular use of steel and the arms race

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19. European nationalism

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20. The World Wars in Europe

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21. Asia between the World Wars

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22. International relations after World War II

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23. Modern Life and the environment

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