2 Strand Contents & Skills Essential Questions Assessment 1. The Formation of Western Europe ( ) 1.1.Church Reform and the Crusades Explain the spiritual revival and Church reforms that began in the 11th century Summarize the causes of the Crusades and analyze the effects of the Crusades. 1.2.Changes in Medieval Society Describe the advances in agriculture Explain the importance of guilds Trace the growth of trade and finance in the development of medieval towns. What religious, economic, and 1. Age of Exchange Explain the new interest in learning. political events led to the Interactive Timeline and Encounter 1.3.England and France Develop development of Western Project: The Crusades Describe the various invaders who contributed to English culture. Europe? Explain how England s government took a step towards democracy Explain the Magna Carta. 1.4.The Hundred Years War and the Plague Identify the problems faced by the Church during the 1300s and early 1400s Describe the bubonic plague and its effects on Europe Explain the Hundred Years War and its impact. Character Counts Pillar: Caring Resources Primary Sources: The Magna Carta Plague in Siena Joan of Arc s Trial, p. 100 Transparencies: Growth of the Middle Class / Literature Connection: The Canterbury Tales
3 2. European Renaissance and Reformation ( ) 2.1. Italy: Birthplace of the Renaissance Explain the conditions in Italy that gave rise to the Renaissance Identify the values and ideas prized during the Renaissance. Vocabulary Quiz Describe the artistic breakthroughs and achievements of Renaissance artists Summarize influential literary works and techniques of key Renaissance Journal Entry writers The Northern Renaissance Group Presentation Explain the origins and characteristics of the Northern Renaissance Trace the impact of the Renaissance on German and Flemish painters. Unit Collage Profile key Northern Renaissance writers. What new ideas and values Humanism 2. Connecting Describe the origins of the Elizabethan Age and Elizabethan drama. led to the Renaissance and Hemispheres ( Explain how printing spread ideas. Reformation? Primary Source 1800) 2.3. Luther Leads the Reformation Analysis -The Prince Analyze historical forces and religious issues that sparked the Reformation Trace Martin Luther s role in the movement to reform the Catholic Church Renaissance Painters Analyze the impact of Luther s religious revolt. Group Presentation Explain the spread of the Protestant faith to England The Reformation Continues Perspective Debate & Explain Calvin s Protestant teachings. Outline: Martin Describe the beliefs of other reformers and the roles of women in the Luther spread of Reformation. ideas (ABC Clio) Trace reforms in the Catholic Church Summarize the legacy of the Reformation Character Counts Pillar: Respect
4 Resources Holt Textbook, Quizlet Vocabulary, Classroom Symbaloo / Excerpt from The Prince / Online Resources: Renaissance Painters: The Medici Family: Interactive: 2. The Muslim World Expands ( ) 2.1. The Building of the Ottoman Empire Describe the Ottoman Empire s origins Trace the expansion of Ottoman power Identify achievements under Suleyman the Lawgiver Explain the empire s slow decline. What were the causes of the 2.2. Blended Cultures rise and decline of Muslim Explain how cultural blending results in new cultures. empires between 1300 and Summarize the rise of the Safavid Empire. 1700? 2.3. Collaborative Empire Growth Describe the rise of the Mughal Empire Analyze the achievements of Akbar List triumphs and failures of Akbar s successors Explain why the empire declined. Character Counts Pillar: Caring Resources: Holt Textbook, Quizlet Vocabulary, Classroom Symbaloo Holt Transparencies: Military Campaigns of Suleiman, Mughal miniature painting, The Fall of Constantinople Vocabulary Quiz Interactive Popplet (Timeline) - Empire Building
5 3. The Age of Exploration and Isolation 3.1. European Exploration of the East Explain what led to European exploration Describe steps in Portugal s discovery of a sea route to Asia Explain the rivalry between Spain and Portugal and how the pope resolved it Identify nations that set up trading empires in eastern Asia China Limits European Contact Identify the successes of the early Ming emperors Describe China and Korea under the Qing dynasty Describe life in Ming and Qing China Japan returns to isolationism Summarize how three powerful daimyo succeeded in unifying feudal Japan Describe Japanese society and culture during the Tokugawa Shogunate Explain how Japan s policies toward Europeans changed Explain the purpose and effect of Japan s closed country policy Character Counts Pillar: Responsibility Resources Holt Textbook, Quizlet Vocabulary, Classroom Symbaloo / Zaption - Crash Course Video 4. The Atlantic World ( ) 4.1. Spain builds an empire Describe the voyages of Columbus and his contemporaries Describe the Spanish conquests of the Aztecs and the Inca Identify the effects of Spanish colonization on the Americas Trace the level of resistance to Spanish rule by indigenous people 4.2. Europeans settle in North America What fueled the age of exploration and why did China and Japan withdraw into isolation? What was the impact of European exploration and colonization of the Americas? Primary Source Analysis - The Race to the Americas Google Group Collaboration Quiz Geographical Mapping (Interactive) - The Voyage of Columbus, The Slave Trade, The Columbian
6 Summarize competing claims in North America. Exchange Identify English colonial activities in North America Describe the Native American response to land claims made by Europeans. Journal Entry The Atlantic Slave Trade Lasting impact Identify the causes of African slavery. of the Trace the spread of slavery throughout the Americas. Columbian Explain the triangular trade. Exchange Describe the life of enslaved Africans in the colonies Identify the consequences of the Atlantic slave trade. Modern day 4.5. The Columbian Exchange Columbian Explain the Columbian Exchange. Exchange Identify factors that led to the development of global trade Describe the effects of new economic policies on European society. Character Counts Pillar: Caring Resources Holt Textbook, Quizlet Vocabulary, Classroom Symbaloo / ABC Clio / Interactive: Columbian Exchange 5. Absolute Monarchs in Europe ( ) 5.1. Spain's Empire and European Absolutism 2. Absolutism to Revolution Describe Spanish power under Philip II Identify major figures from the Golden Age of Spanish art and literature Describe the birth of the Netherlands Explain the origins of absolute monarchy The Reign of Louis XIV What were the causes and effects of absolute monarchies in Europe from 1500 until 1800? Vocabulary Quiz Journal Entry Describe conflicts in Europe. Unit Collage Analyze ideas of important French thinkers.
7 Explain Louis XIV s policies and characterize the style of his court Describe France s disastrous wars Central European Monarchs Clash Describe the Thirty Years War Explain the growth of central European states Identify conflicts between Prussia and Austria 5.4. Absolute Rulers of Russia Explain how Russian rulers began to build a stronger Russian state Characterize the differences between Russia and western Europe Describe Peter the Great s reforms and their impact on Russia Parliament Limits the English Monarchy Identify conflicts between English rulers and Parliament Explain the causes and results of the English Civil War Describe the Restoration and the Glorious Revolution Explain changes under William and Mary Character Counts Pillar: Fairness Resources Holt Textbook, Quizlet Vocabulary, Classroom Symbaloo / ABC Clio Database - Absolutism Perspectives 6. Enlightenment & Revolution 6.1. The Scientific Revolution List circumstances that led to the Scientific Revolution Summarize the development of the heliocentric theory Describe the scientific method and explain Newton s law of gravity Describe the importance of the scientific method in different fields The Enlightenment in Europe What led Enlightenment scientists and thinkers to question ideas? Critical Thinking Chart Perspective Outline & Paper: The Rise of Absolutism Debate: Church vs. Science
8 Explain the ideas of Hobbes and Locke and other Enlightenment philosophers Describe women and the Enlightenment Explain the legacy of the Enlightenment The Enlightenment Spreads Explain how Enlightenment ideas spread throughout Europe Describe changes in art, music, and literature during the Enlightenment Show how Enlightenment ideas reformed monarchies in Prussia, Austria, and Russia The American Revolution Describe America s colonies in the late 1700s List events that led to the American Revolution Explain the Enlightenment s influence on American government. Character Counts Pillar: Responsibility Resources Holt Textbook, Quizlet Vocabulary, Classroom Symbaloo / ABC Clio / Primary Source Excerpts: The Spirit of the Laws - Baron de Montesquieu Second Treatise of Government - John Locke 7. The French Revolution & Napoleon 7.1. The French Revolution Begins List the three estates of the Old Regime Summarize the factors that led to the French Revolution Describe the creation of the National Assembly and the storming of the Bastille Explain the importance of the Great Fear and the women s march on Versailles. What was the impact of the French Revolution, the rise and fall of Napoleon, and the Congress of Vienna? Socratic Seminar - Modern Day Enlightenment Journal Entry Interactive Timeline - Causes & Phases of the Revolution
9 7.2. Revolution Brings Reform and Terror Explain how the National Assembly changed France s government Summarize the positions of the three factions that tried to govern France Explain how war and the king s execution affected the Revolution Describe the events and the aftermath of the Reign of Terror 7.3. Napoleon Forges an Empire Explain how Napoleon Bonaparte came to power Summarize how Napoleon restored order in France Describe the extent and weaknesses of Napoleon s empire Napoleon s Empire Collapses Explain Napoleon s tactical and political mistakes Summarize Napoleon s defeat, comeback, and final downfall The Congress of Vienna List the results of the Congress of Vienna Show how the ideas of the French Revolution continued to influence people. Character Counts Pillar: Trustworthiness, Caring Resources Holt Textbook, Quizlet Vocabulary, Classroom Symbaloo / Primary Source: Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen (1789) - French and American Version 8. Nationalists Revolutions 8.1. Latin American Peoples Win Independence Identify the elements of colonial society that caused unrest in Latin America Explain how Haiti won independence Describe the activities of Bolívar, San Martín, Native Americans, and mestizos in liberation events.] What great shifts in thinking altered politics and the arts between 1789 and 1900? Text Comparison: Declaration of the Rights Journal Entry - Lasting ideas of Revolution Primary Source Analysis Vocabulary Quiz
10 8.2. Europe Faces Revolutions Identify three schools of political thought Trace the development of nationalism Analyze reform in France and Russia 8.3. Nationalism Case Study: Italy & Germany Identify the links that create nation-states and explain how nationalism weakened empires Describe the unification of Germany and explain shifts in power Revolution in the Arts Define romanticism and give examples of romantic literature and music Explain the shift to realism and give examples of realistic art and literature Explain why impressionists reacted against realism. Character Counts Pillar: Respect Resources Holt Textbook, Quizlet Vocabulary, Classroom Symbaloo / ABC Clio / Primary Source: Simón Bolívar: letter from Jamaica (1815). Unit Collage - Nationalism Journal Reflection - Art Piece Analysis - Couturiere Current Event Oral Report - Independence & Nationalism 9. The Industrial Revolution a. The Beginnings of Industrialization 3. Industrialism and the Race for the Empire i. Explain the beginnings of industrialization in Britain. ii. Describe key inventions that furthered the Industrial Revolution. iii. Identify transportation improvements. iv. Trace the impact of railroads on British industry. b. Industrialization Case Study: Manchester i. Describe the social and economic effects of industrialization. How did the Industrial Revolution begin and spread and how did it affect economics, politics, and society? Multimedia Research Project & Oral Report Ideology and DBQ ii. Examine growing tensions between the middle and working classes. iii. Identify positive effects of the Industrial Revolution.
11 c. Industrialization Spreads i. Identify the effects of industrialization on the rest of the world. d. Reforming the Industrial World Industrial i. Identify thinkers and ideas that supported industrialization. Revolution ii. Explain the origins and main concepts of socialism and Marxism. Webquest iii. Examine unionization and legislative reform. Character Counts Pillar: Responsibility, Citizenship Resources Holt Textbook, Quizlet Vocabulary, Classroom Symbaloo / ABC Clio Database - Absolutism Perspectives / Project Topics: An Age of Democracy and Progress ( ) a. Democratic Reform and Activism i. Identify thinkers and ideas that supported industrialization. Journal Entry ii. Explain the origins and main concepts of socialism and Marxism. iii. Examine unionization and legislative reform. Group What impact did democratic iv. Describe other reform movements of the 1800s Presentations: ideals have on Western b. Self-Rule for British Colonies The Irish Potato society in the 19th century i. Describe how Canada achieved self-rule. Famine, The and how did technology and ii. Explain how Australia and New Zealand became democracies. Mexicanscience change iii. Describe British domination of Ireland. American War, communication and daily life? c. War and Expansion in the United States Maori Pigment i. Trace U.S. expansion to the Pacific. Color, Charles ii. Describe effects of the Civil War. Darwin iii. Analyze postwar economic expansion. d. Nineteenth Century Progress
12 i. Describe inventions of the late 19th century and their impact on daily life. ii. Trace advances in medicine and science. iii. Describe the emergence of the social sciences. iv. Explain the rise of mass culture. Character Counts Pillar: Responsibility, Citizenship Resources Holt Textbook, Quizlet Vocabulary, Classroom Symbaloo / Student Centered Research / Primary Sources: Thomas Paine, Common Sense 11. The Age of Imperialism ( ) a. The Scramble for Africa i. Describe Africa before European domination. ii. Summarize the motives of European colonizers and the factors that allowed them to control Africa. iii. Identify three groups that clashed in South Africa b. Case Study: Nigeria i. Explain the different forms of colonial control. ii. Trace British rule in Nigeria. What changes resulted from iii. Summarize African resistance movements. European colonial expansion. iv. Analyze the impact of colonial rule in Africa. c. Europeans Claim Muslim Lands i. Summarize the decline of the Ottoman Empire. ii. Describe the Crimean War. iii. Analyze Egypt s reforms. iv. Evaluate Persia s response to foreign pressure d. British Imperialism in India i. Describe the British takeover of India. Popplet (mind map/timeline) Interactive Media Project. Philosophers Chair Debate - Imperialism Current Event Journal Vocabulary Quiz
13 4. The World at War ii. Identify positive and negative aspects of British colonialism in India. iii. Trace early nationalistic movements in India. e. Imperialism in Southeast Asia i. Summarize the acquisition of European colonies in Southeast Asia. ii. Explain how Siam remained independent. iii. Describe U.S. acquisition of the Philippines and Hawaii. Character Counts Pillar: Responsibility, Caring Resources Holt Textbook, Quizlet Vocabulary, Classroom Symbaloo / Student Centered Research - Google Scholar / Zaption Video - The Age of Imperialism 12. The Great War ( ) Marching Toward War Identify the political and military forces at work in Europe in the late 1800s List the countries that made up the Triple Alliance and the Triple Entente Summarize the events that set World War I in motion Europe Plunges into War Describe the reaction to Austria s declaration of war Summarize military events on the Western front. What were the causes, events, Explain the development of the war on the Eastern front. and effects of World War I? A Global Conflict Describe the spread of the conflict Identify how governments established wartime economies Summarize the Allies push to victory Explain the effects of the war A Flawed Peace Explain events that led to the Treaty of Versailles. Digital timeline and storyboard Interpreting maps Personal, Research based Narrative (cross-curricular with English)
14 Identify the effects of the treaty on European powers. Character Counts Pillar: Caring, Citizenship Resource Holt Textbook, Quizlet Vocabulary, Classroom Symbaloo / The Great War by Joe Sacco NatGeo map Builder: / Arasma 13. Revolution and Nationalism ( ) Revolutions in Russia Describe the autocratic methods of Alexander III and the economic changes under Nicholas II Explain the crises that paved the way for the March Revolution and the end of Historical czarist rule. What were the results of the Drama Summarize the Bolshevik Revolution and its outcome. political upheavals that swept Explain Lenin s reforms and the rise of Stalin through Russia, China, and Character Totalitarianism Case Study: Stalinist Russia India before, during, and after Profiles - Drama Define totalitarianism. World War I? Workshops (see Describe Stalin s goal of transforming the Soviet Union into a totalitarian state. resource) Summarize Stalin s state-controlled economic programs Describe Soviet daily life Character Counts Pillar: Citizenship Resource Holt Textbook, Quizlet Vocabulary, Classroom Symbaloo / Lesson Plan resource: Peace, Land and Bread:
15 14. Years of Crisis/Interwar Years ( ) Postwar Uncertainty Explain how new scientific theories challenged old beliefs Describe how the brutality of war prompted philosophers and writers to explore new ideas Summarize new styles in art, architecture, and music Identify the changing roles of women Trace new technological advances A Worldwide Depression Webquest Describe the impact of World War I on postwar Europe. What were the economic, Identify the problems faced by the Weimar Republic. Group Video political, social and scientific Trace the events that led to the financial collapse of the U.S. economy. Presentation changed that brought the Analyze the worldwide effects of the Great Depression (Powtoon) and world to the bring of the Fascism Rises in Europe second world war? Describe Mussolini s creation of a Fascist state in Italy. Individual Short Discuss the rise of Hitler, the Nazis, and extension of Hitler s power. Research Paper Trace the shift from democratic governments to dictatorships in Eastern Europe Aggressors Invade Nations Describe Japan s attempts to build an empire Trace the moves of European Fascists in seeking world power Summarize why British and French appeasement and American isolationism failed to stop Fascist aggression Character Counts Pillar: Responsibility, Citizenship Resource Holt Textbook, Quizlet Vocabulary, Classroom Symbaloo / Teacher Webquest: / Powtoon/Padlet / ABC Clio
16 15. World War II ( ) Hitler s Lightning War Summarize the events that led to war Describe the fall of France and the Battle of Britain Explain the conflicts in the Mediterranean and on the Eastern Front Describe American aid to the Allies Japan s Pacific Campaign Summarize the events that led to war Describe the fall of France and the Battle of Britain Explain the conflicts in the Mediterranean and on the Eastern Front Describe American aid to the Allies The Holocaust Trace the course of the persecution of Jews by the Nazis Describe the results of the Final Solution The Allied Victory Describe the Allied strategy in Europe List efforts made on the home front Summarize events that led to the surrender of Germany and of Japan Europe and Japan in Ruins Describe conditions in Europe in Identify the political consequences of the Allied victory in postwar Europe Summarize how defeat and occupation affected political and civic life in Japan Describe Japan s postwar constitution. Character Counts Pillar: Responsibility, Citizenship, Caring What were the causes of World War II? Webquest & interactive timeline Nazi Propaganda Primary Source Analysis Student led socratic seminar: modern warfare and moreal dilemmas, global implications Journal Entry Vocabulary Quiz
17 3. Perspectives on the Present Resource Holt Textbook, Quizlet Vocabulary, Classroom Symbaloo / Sheg Stanford Nazi Propaganda Primary Sources / Reconstructuring the Postwar World ( Present) Cold War: Superpowers Face off Analyze the U.S.-Soviet postwar split Explain how Soviet domination of Eastern Europe developed Describe U.S. containment of Communist expansion. Define the Cold War Communists Take Power in China Analyze the civil war between the Nationalists and the Communists Explain how China split into two nations Describe how Mao s Marxist regime transformed China Wars in Korea and Vietnam How did the United States Trace the course and consequences of the Korean War. and the Soviet Union compete Summarize the causes of the Vietnam War and describe its aftermath. for economic and military Describe conditions in Cambodia and Vietnam after the Vietnam War. superiority in the Cold War The Cold War Divides the World era? Explain how the Cold War affected developing nations Describe superpower confrontations in Latin America after World War II Identify Cold War conflicts in the Middle East The Cold War Thaws Analyze Soviet domination of Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union-China split Trace the origins of détente and its effect on the Cold War Describe the renewal of Cold War tensions in the 1980s. Character Counts Pillar: Responsibility, Citizenship Current Event: US and Soviet Union relations today Cause and Effect Diagram Pop Culture's response to the Cold War Presentations Interactive Map of Korean and Vietnam War
18 Resource Holt Textbook, Quizlet Vocabulary, Classroom Symbaloo / The Space Race - Transparency / Primary Source: No Tears for Mao, The Cuban Missle Crisis, 444 Days: The Hostages Remember 18. The Colonies Become New Nations ( Present) The Indian Subcontinent Achieves Freedom Describe the partition of India Summarize the leadership of Nehru Explain the division of Pakistan Summarize independence struggles in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka Southeast Asian Nations Gain Independence Journal Entry Summarize the Philippine independence movement Identify problems facing Burma, Malaysia, and Singapore. Comparison Trace Indonesia s fight for independence. What independence Interactive Maps New Nations in Africa movements and political (Before & After Identify factors affecting the success of African independence efforts. conflicts took place in Africa - India) Describe the independence of Ghana and Kenya. and Asia as colonialism gave Explain civil wars and independence struggles in Congo and Angola. way after World War II? Country Profile Conflicts in the Middle East & UN Report Describe the formation of Israel. Presentations Trace the conflicts between Israel and Arab states Describe the Palestinian struggle for independence Explain Arab-Israeli peace efforts Central Asia Struggles Identify challenges facing the nations of the former Soviet Union Describe Afghanistan s struggle for independence and possible role in global terrorism.
19 Character Counts Pillar: Citizenship Resource Holt Textbook, Quizlet Vocabulary, Classroom Symbaloo / Newsela - Current Events 19. Struggles for Democracy The Challenge of Democracy in Africa Explain Africa s legacy of colonialism Describe Nigeria s civil war and events in Nigeria since Trace the history of white rule in South Africa and the change to democracy The Collapse of the Soviet Union Discuss Mikhail Gorbachev and his reforms Identify events leading to the breakup of the Soviet Union Describe Russia under Boris Yeltsin Describe Russia under Vladimir Putin Changes in Central and Eastern Europe Explain reforms in Poland and Hungary Summarize changes in Germany Describe democratic change in Czechoslovakia and Romania Explain the conflict in the former Yugoslavia China: Reform and Reaction Summarize Mao Zedong s rule Explain changes under Deng Xiaoping Describe China s democracy movement Discuss the relationship between economic and political change in China. Character Counts Pillar: Citizenship How did China and nations in Latin America, Africa, and the former Soviet bloc struggle for democracy? Journal Entry Photojournalis m - History through various lenses portfolio project
20 Resource Holt Textbook, Quizlet Vocabulary, Classroom Symbaloo / Newsela - Current Events / Tech Tools: Flikr, Wix, pictobrowser, JS Timeline 20. Global Interdependence The Impact of Science and Technology Trace the exploration of outer space Identify effects of expanding global communications Evaluate effects of advances in health care, medicine, and agriculture Global Economic Development Discuss the effects of technology on the world economy. How have advances in science Define the global economy. and technology made the Describe the environmental impact of global development. world more globally Global Security Issues interdependent and affect Identify ways that nations deal with issues of war and peace. people's lives? Give examples of human rights issues and world health issues Explain the increase in migration and discuss its worldwide effects Cultures Blend in a Global Age Trace the increase in worldwide cultural interaction Describe influences on world culture Explain cultural bias and explore possibilities for cultural understanding. Character Counts Pillar: Citizenship Resource Holt Textbook, Quizlet Vocabulary, Classroom Symbaloo / Newsela - Current Events / Tech Tools: Flikr, Wix, pictobrowser, JS Timeline Journal Socractic Seminar - Security Issues and Defining Culture 4.1.Citizenship 4.1.a. Rules and Laws i. Demonstrates ability to follow rules and laws.
21 ii. Understands and compares differences in laws established by governmental bodies 4.1.b. Rights and Civil Liberties i. Demonstrates respect for individual rights. ii. Understands and compares fundamental freedoms across the globe iii. Defines and compares rights and privileges 4.1.c. Recognizes and accepts cultural and individual differences. i. Establishes understandings of what is expected of a citizen How do my actions reflect my 4.2.Caring citizenship? Homeroom activities 4.2.a. Individual & Interpersonal Relationships ii. Demonstrates respect for individual rights. What are the values that are Driving Questions & 4. Character iii. Demonstrates respect for individual rights. affiliated with citizenship? Bell questions Counts 4.2.b. Environment i. Recognizes positive aspects in all situations. How do we effectively practice Homeroom activities ii. Understands and explains the relationship of the individual and the environment 4.3.Fairness 4.3.a. Develops and understands the value of communication skills. our individual liberties? How can I effectively Driving Questions & Bell questions 4.3.b. Recognizes and accepts cultural and individual differences. communicate in a fair manner? 4.3.c. Creates opportunities to express ideas, thoughts, and feelings. 4.4.Trustworthiness 4.4.a. Demonstrates problem-solving skills. 4.4.b. Demonstrates ability to deal with peer pressure. 4.5.Responsibility 4.5.a. Considers alternatives and accepts consequences for actions taken. 4.5.b. Learns when to demonstrate assertive behavior. 4.5.c. Develops and applies stress-management skills.
22 4.6.Respect 4.6.a. Learns when to demonstrate assertive behavior. 4.6.b. Demonstrates ability to respond to criticism. 4.6.c. Demonstrates respect for individual rights. 4.6.d. Recognizes and accepts cultural and individual differences.
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