International School History - European School

S6 4hr History Last update - 02 September 2015 Official European School History S6 Syllabus: English, French, German


THE HISTORY PROGRAMME FOR YEARS 6 AND 7 IN THE EUROPEAN SCHOOL
EUROPE AND THE WORLD FROM THE END OF THE 19TH CENTURY TO THE START OF THE 21ST
 

COMPULSORY CORE: EUROPE AND EUROPEANS SINCE 1914
 

S6 - Europe 1914-1945
 
S7 - Europe since the Second World War
 

Year 6 2 period

(approx. 24 lessons)

Year 6 4 period

(approx. 48 lessons)

Year 7 2 period

(approx. 24 lessons)

Year 7 4 period

(approx. 45 lessons)

1) Europe transformed by the First World War
2) Dictatorship and democracy: Europe in the interwar years (1918-39)
3) Europe and Europeans in the Second World War
 

4) Post-war Europe (1945-1949)
5) Eastern Europe, Western Europe (1949-1973)
6) Europe from dictatorship to democracy (1974 - 1995)
7) Europe in the making (1945 to today)
OPTIONAL THEMES   OPTIONAL THEMES COMPULSORY THEMES
Year 6 2 period
3 themes (minimum) x 8 lessons
Year 6 4 period
3 themes (minimum) x 15 lessons
  Year 7 2 period
3 themes (minimum) x 10 lessons
Year 7 4 period
3 compulsory themes x 15 lessons
                 
6.2A The USA
1898 to 1945
6.4A The USA
since 1898
  7.2A Cold War 7.4A Cold War and international relations since 1945
6.2B Culture and Society
before 1945 
6.4B Culture and Society
before 1945 
  7.2B China
since 1949
7.4B China since 1949
6.2C European colonialism and imperialism to 1945 6.4C European colonialism
and imperialism to 1945
  7.2C Decolonisation
after 1945
7.4C Decolonisation and independence since 1945
6.2D Warfare
in the 20th century
6.4D Warfare
in the 20th century
  7.2D Arab-Israeli conflict
since  1947
   
6.2E Women
in the 20th century
6.4E Women
in the 20th century
  7.2E The USA
after 1945 
   
6.2F Russia and the USSR
1917 to 1953
6.4F Russia and the USSR
 1917 to 1953
  7.2F The United Nations    
6.2G Genocide
in the 20th century
6.4G Genocide
in the 20th century
  7.2G Mass media, popular culture and authority    

 

 

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