About O Level History Modern World Affairs Syllabus
Cambridge O Level History (Modern World Affairs) develops learners’ interest in and enthusiasm for modern history. This syllabus offers learners the opportunity to study major international issues in the modern world, as well as looking in greater depth at the history of particular regions. Exploration of historical concepts such as cause and consequence, continuity and change and similarity and difference throughout this syllabus enables learners to develop analytical skills and the ability to explain historical issues and events.
Learners develop knowledge and understanding of international issues and interrelationships and gain valuable skills in using historical sources and interpreting historical evidence. This syllabus encourages a lifelong interest in the study of history. From the 2015 examination series, this syllabus will replace Cambridge O Level History (World Affairs), syllabus code 2158.
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