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1 Amory High School Curriculum Map Teachers Name: Nathan Clayton Course: World History Academic Year/Semester: Fall 2012-Spring 2013 Essential Questions First Nine Weeks Second Nine Weeks Third Nine Weeks Fourth Nine Weeks -How did the -How did the unification -What could cause a -How can one nation s consolidation of of Germany change the world war and why veto stop United Nation political power in power structure of would nations, so far actions? Europe ( ) Europe? removed from the -Who emerged as the manifest in a nation -How did conflict, find it superpowers at the end ruled by monarchs? Industrialization impact necessary to get of WWII? -In what ways did the colonization? involved? -Who are the development and rise of -How has the Industrial -How did WWI differ superpowers in the nations lead to a modern and Agricultural from previous wars in world today? Europe? Revolutions affected terms of people and -What are the changes a -How did the rise of people s life styles resources? country must undergo Absolutism lead to the today? -How did the issue of after a war, especially Age of Reason? -Why was the Reform self-government for with regard to postwar -How did the documents Bill of 1832 important to national groups in life in a country where of Locke, Montesquieu, the advance of British Europe, Asia, and the fighting actually and Rousseau influence democracy? Middle East bring about occurred? modern democracy? -Why was Africa and the formation of new -Why were lingering -How did the American India so necessary to independent problems between Revolution influence the European interests? governments? Muslims and Hindus in French Revolution? -How old is the idea of India the last stumbling -How did The having an international blocks to complete in Declaration of the organization to keep independence? Rights of Man and the peace? -Why was the UN Citizen influence the -Could a Great intervention in Korea a development of the Depression ever happen unique historical event? United States again? -Why did the Arabs and Constitution? -What were the changes Israelis fight each other -How did the Congress czarist Russia in 1948? 1

2 of Vienna influence a modern Europe? -How did the idea of the nation become a category in European life? -Who is Karl Marx and what was his relationship to socialism? -Why were Darwin s ideas so important? -How did the move toward realism in 19 th Century literature point out problems in society? experienced as it became a Communist dictatorship? -How was it possible for Mussolini and Hitler to gain control in Italy and Germany? -What are democratic ideals that societies ruled by totalitarian governments must sacrifice? -How did WWII impact more lives than just those of the people directly involved? -Why is it not easy to understand why so many Jews were unable to escape the Nazis? -What is meant by D- Day? -How did Gorbachev s practice of glasnost and perestroika lead to independence for the former satellite nations? -What limits did apartheid put on the freedom of black South Africa? -What are some of the major environmental issues facing the world today? Content -Philosophy of Enlightenment -Mid 18 th Century Britain -The American Revolution -U.S. Constitution -Bill of Rights -French Estates -Unification of Germany and Italy -Russian Reform and Revolution -Growth of Western Democracy -Victorian Age -The Irish Question -Division and -European Alliances prior to WWI (Powder Keg) WWI -Paris Peace Conference -Treaty of Versailles -Revolution in Russia -Communism -Soviet Development -The Soviet Union (Rise and Fall) -A New Era in Eastern Europe -Japan Becomes a Superpower -China: Revolution and Reform -The Asian Tigers 2

3 Skills Creating a New France -Age of Napoleon -The Industrial Revolution -New Ways of Thinking -Ideologies of Conservation and Liberal -Independence in Central and South America -Life in the Industrial Age -Rise of Industrial Powers -Impacts of New Technology -Urbanization -Middle Class cultural development in Europe -Challenges to Religion and the rise of Science -Describe how the Enlightenment thinkers applied reason and the laws of nature to human society. -Describe how ideas of the Enlightenment prompted some European rulers to make Democracy in France -Expansion of the United States -New Imperialism -Imperialism in Africa -European Challenges to the Muslim World -British Influences in India -China and New Imperialism -Modernization of Japan -Meiji Reforms -Imperialism in Southeast Asia -Self Rule for Canada, Australia, and New Zealand -Economic Imperialism in Latin America U.S. Influence in Latin America -Explain how Bismark unified Germany. -Identify obstacles to Italian unification. -Analyze how Nationalism contributed to the decline of the Austrian Empire. -Describe how the -The Changing Political Climate (1945-present) -Global Economic Trends -Changing Patterns of Life -The Western World Western European -Democracies -North American Prosperity and effects of the European alliance system. -Discuss ethnic diversity and nationalism in Central Europe. -Analyze the start of WWI. -Southeast Asia and the Pacific Rim -Nations of South Asia (1945-present) -Forces Shaping the Modern Middle East -Nation Building in the Middle East -The Middle East and the World -African Independence -Programs for African Development -Struggles in South Africa -Forces Shaping Modern Latin America -Latin America, the United States, and the World -Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean -Argentina and Brazil -Explain why the Soviet Union collapsed. -Describe Russia s problems. -Identify the effects of the fall of communism. -Explain why India was partitioned. -Analyze how diversity 3

4 reforms. -Explain how Britain s island location, colonial possessions, and powerful navy contributed to its rise to world power. -Describe how colonial opposition to British trade and tax policies led to independence and the founding of the United States of America. -Explain the foundation of the American Constitution. -Discuss why the Bill of Rights was created and how they are still relevant today. -Discuss how social unrest, economic troubles, and the desire for political reforms led to the French Revolution. -Explain how the radical phase of the French Revolution led to the monarchy s downfall and the Reign of Terror. -Describe how Napoleon rose to power in France problems of industrialization contributed to the growing crisis and outbreak of revolution in Russia. -Analyze how the liberal and conservative parties helped bring a new era to British politics. -Explain how the British women worked to win the vote. -Summarize the domestic and foreign policies of Napoleon III. -Interpret the ways the United States expanded its territories. -Summarize the impact that economic growth and social reform had on the U.S. -Analyze the cause and effects of the Meiji Restoration. -Discuss the spread of Imperialism in Southeast Asia. -Explain how Canada, Australia, and New Zealand attained self rule. -Assess how technology impacted WWI. -Explain how the war was a global event. and results of the American entry into WWI. -Explain the issues of the Paris Peace Conference and the Treaty of Versailles. -Analyze how the revolution occurred in Russia. -Interpret the reasons the Communists were able to win the Russian Civil War. -Describe the development of Communism and the Soviet Union under Lenin. -Analyze the purpose of Stalin s Five Year Plan. -Evaluate the changes to Soviet Society as a result of Communism. -Describe the events that led to World War II. -Explain how the ending of World War I changed and nationalism shaped the Middle East. -Describe how women s lives vary in the Middle East. -Evaluate how conflicts arose in the Persian Gulf. -Compare how African nations won independence in the 1950s and 1960s. -List the challenges that the African nations faced. -Discuss how the nations in South Africa experienced turmoil as people sought majority rule and equal rights. -Describe how communist rule affected Cuba. -Identify policies the United States followed in Latin America. -Compare Mexico s social change with the changes that took place in other parts of Central America. -Explain the political and economical 4

5 and built a vast empire that included much of Europe. -Summarize Napoleon s final defeat and how the post-war peace settlement affected Europe. -Analyze the causes of the Industrial Revolution. -Analyze the ways that the Agricultural Revolution contributed to population growth. -Describe Great Britain as the starting point of the Revolution. -Describe life in the new industrial city. -Compare and Contrast of Conservative and Liberal Ideologies of France In the late 1700s. -Analyze the spread of revolution in Europe. -Identify Latin American Wars of Independence. -Synthesize how the factory system changed the way people worked. -Identify the industrial powers that emerged in -Interpret the political and Economic problems that developed in the new Latin America. -Explain how imperialism led to new economic patterns and political tensions in Latin America. of Imperialism. -Analyze the forces shaping African Imperialism in the early 1800s. and effects of the Sepoy Rebellion. -Assess how British rule affected India. -Explain the restrictions in trade and isolationism in China. the conditions in Europe and eventually led to WWII. and results of the American entry into WWII. -Explain how the events of World War II impacted the modern world. -Explain how the end of the colonialism and the Cold War shaped the world. -Summarize the ways new nations tried to form stable governments. -Analyze the role of world organizations. -Outline the obstacles that developing nations face. -Evaluate how new ways of life are replacing old ways. -Explain how modernization has affected the lives of women. -Compare and contrast the benefits and limits of challenges that Argentina and Brazil overcame to modernize. 5

6 the 1800 s. -Summarize the impact of medical advances. -Analyze how cities had changed since Describe the values that shaped the new social order. -Explain how science challenged existing beliefs and explain the role of religion in society. modern science and technology. -Identify the forces that have shaped a new global culture. -Discuss the issues that troubled Europe after the Cold War. -Describe how recent economic and political trends affected the West. -Explain how Europe has moved toward greater unity. -Evaluate the change in social trends. -Explain how British policy changed after World War II. -Describe how Germany reunified. -Specify actions the United States took as a global power. Competencies/Objective Numbers 1a,b,c 2a,b 3a,b,c,d,e 4a,b,c 1a,b,c 2a,b,c 3a,b,c,d,e 4a,b,c 5b 1a,b,c 2a,b,c 3a,b,c,d,e 4a,b,c 5b 1a,b 2b 3a,b,e 4b,c 5a,b,c Assessments 6

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