History: Introduction

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Pakistan’s history has largely been determined by three factors. First, Pakistan’s location along the Silk Road and the Arabian Sea has made the country a key spot for trade. Second, the Indus Valley running through Pakistan has allowed for extensive ancient and modern development. Third, parts of Pakistan once belonged to Afghanistan and India, creating a country that contains vastly different ethnic groups. This lesson will introduce you to key historical influences that have shaped Pakistani culture. At the end of this lesson you should be able to complete the following learning objectives.

Terminal Learning Objective:
Recall key historical events that have shaped the culture of Pakistan.

Enabling Learning Objectives:


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