High School World History: Resources for Students, Teachers and Parents
Studying world history provides important perspectives on the past and offers direction for the future. Our High School World History Web Guide connects you to the best online content, including study guides, original documents, educational activities and much more.Educators: Sign up for our education newsletter.
In high school you’re expanding your knowledge about the world, learning about different cultures and exploring different periods that have shaped where you sit today. Student resources for high school world history can help you find what you need for everyday homework and for important class projects.
- Anyone can post information on the Internet, but not everyone is trustworthy or credible. If you’re going to use sites not included in this Web guide, pay attention to the Web address of the sites where you get your information. Sites that end with “.gov” and “.edu” are generally trustworthy; “.org” Web sites vary, so be careful. Don’t trust information you get from chat rooms and be wary of sites that end in “.com” or “.net.”
- Ask your teacher or school librarian for a list of preferred resources for bigger projects. They’ve usually done the research already, and may have specific Web sites that they want you to use.
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