Title

IH HIST 111

Authors

Document Type

Course Change

Alternate Date

2007 - 2008

Abstract

KEENE STATE COLLEGE 2007-2008 COURSE PROPOSAL FORM DATE: October 1, 2007 SPONSORING PROGRAM AND CHAIR: Department of History, Dr. Gregory Knouff, Chair (gknouff@keene.edu) 358-2961 PROPOSAL SPONSOR: Dr. Thomas Whitcomb TITLE SUMMARY: IH-HIST 111: The Ancient and Medieval World PROPOSED ACTION: (Underline proposed changes .) Number Change Title Change Credit Change Description Change Prerequisite Change Course Deletion Course Replacement Other: Add course to Integrative Studies Program EXISTING (OLD) DATA: None PROPOSED (NEW) COURSE TITLE: IH-HIST 111: The Ancient and Medieval World PROPOSED (NEW) COURSE DESCRIPTION: Examines the development of first civilizations of the Near East, South Asia, East Asia, and the Americas; ancient Greece and Rome; the growth of the Byzantine, Islamic, and Western civilizations; European imperialism in Africa, the Americas, and Asia; and religious, political, and cultural change in Europe in the early-modern era. Annually. LEARNING OUTCOMES: COURSE OUTCOMES: Students will become acquainted with major primary and secondary source materials relating to the principal civilizations of the world from antiquity to the early-modern era. They will demonstrate the development of their critical and analytical skills through writing assignments and participation in class discussions on the readings and the themes of the course. PERSPECTIVE OUTCOMES: Students will be able to: • Recognize the factors that shape our world and our perception of it • Understand and interpret diverse evidence about past societies and cultures • Analyze textual material according to its historical and cultural context, and its genre and purpose • Identify the values and concerns expressed in creative works SKILLS OUTCOMES: Reading: • Identify contextual issues • Read with an awareness of purpose • Ask questions that lead to greater understanding of material • Demonstrate the ability to identify and summarize key points Critical Thinking: • Ask incisive questions when engaging an idea, problem, task, or goal • Synthesize information, arguments, and perspectives in order to create new meaning, insight, and understanding • Apply critical thinking to important ethical or societal issues and problems INTEGRATIVE OUTCOMES: • Recognition of cultural diversity in human history • Identification of ethical issues that persist across time and cultures RATIONALE: To provide a course that affords a broad base for historical understanding of world civilization RESOURCES: No additional resources are required. ADVISORY OPINIONS: SIGNATURE PAGE 1. Sponsoring Department: ____History_________________ Chair: _____Gregory Knouff____________ For __7_ Against _0__ Abstain__0_ Absent 0___ Date ____10-3-07____ 2. Associate Vice-President for Academic Affairs: Review & Comment: Signature: Date: ________ 3. Editor of the Catalog: Review & Comment: Signature: __________________________ Date: ________ 4. Advisory Opinions: List the names of the affected departments and include department responses. 5. Division Curriculum Committee: Comment: For ___ Against ___ Abstain ___ Absent ____ Chair: ____________________ Date ________ A&H CC vote: 7-0-0-1 10/12/07 6. Dean: Comment: Approved____ Not Approved____ Signature: Date ________ 7. Senate Curriculum Committee: Comment: For ___ Against___ Abstain ___ Absent ____ Chair: _____________________ Date _________ 8. Keene State College Senate: Passed ___ Failed ___ Information___ Signature: _________________________ Date ________ Other action:

Source

Senate Curriculum Committee

Language

English

Publisher

Keene State College

IH HIST 111

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