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1 1 SUB- Age of Revolutions ( ) Continued from Global I Economic and Social Revolutions: Agrarian and Industrial Revolutions Responses to industrialism (Karl Marx) Socialism Explain why the Industrial Revolution began in Great Britain Summarize the factors that led to a 2 nd Agricultural Revolution Explain why populations soared Explain why iron and coal were important to the industrial age Explain the factory system and how it shaped worker s lives Explain how cities expanded and associated problems Describe the problems the working class faced ID the reforms that individual thinkers urged Explain how socialism was linked to the Industrial revolution Describe the changing roles of men, women, and children Summarize the expansion of suffrage and the growth of the democratic process Summarize the costs and benefits of industrialization Global Nationalism Unification of Germany & Italy Describe the role Bismarck played in German unification Explain Bismarck s foreign and domestic policies Describe the forces that hindered Italian unity Explain how individual leaders achieved Italian unification

2 2 SUB- Zionism Balkans before WW1 Discuss the origins of Zionism Explain why conflicts erupted in the Balkans Imperialism Sepoy Rebellion Congress of Berlin Boxer Rebellion Japan and the Meiji Restoration Multiple perspectives toward Imperialism Define and explain the causes of Imperialism Outline the causes and the results of the Sepoy Rebellion Describe how Indians resisted British rule Explain how British rule affected India Describe the forces that shaped Africa in the late 1800s Specify which European countries carved up Africa Specify what rights foreigners sought in China Explain how internal problems weakened China Describe the goals of Chinese reformers Explain why Japan opened its doors to foreigners Explain why Japan was able to modernize quickly Describe how Japan became an imperialist power A Half Century of Crisis and Achievement ( ) Scientific and technological advances World War I Identify the new ideas that revolutionized science and thought ID the forces pushing Europe toward war Describe how ethnic tensions in the Balkans sparked a political assassination

3 3 SUB- Explain how nations were drawn into the conflict by the alliance system Explain why stalemate developed on the Western Front ID the forces that made WW I different from previous wars Summarize the results of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 Revolution and Change in Russia-Causes and Impacts Explain why revolution broke out in Russia in 1917 Describe the goals of Lenin Summarize the problems facing the Bolsheviks Describe the policies Russia pursued under Lenin Explain how Stalin gained and maintained power ID Stalin s economic policies and goals Explain how the communists promoted their ideas Specify how communism shaped Soviet Society Colonial Response to European Imperialism Explain how nationalism helped Turkey modernize Explain the rise of Indian nationalism Describe the goals of Gandhi ID the problems China faced in the 20s/30s Explain why civil war broke out in China

4 4 SUB- Summarize the goals of Arab nationalism Between the Wars Explain how the postwar world tried to ensure peace Describe the growth of women s rights Specify how the depression affected western nations Explain why the Weimer Republic failed Explain the rise of Fascism Explain the rise of Nazism Outline the goals of Hitler and Mussolini ID the policies the Japanese militarists followed World War II Causes and impacts Describe the Spanish Civil War as a rehearsal for WW II Explain how appeasement led to war ID the goals of the Axis ID the turning points of the war Describe the causes and the events of the Holocaust Explain the decision to drop the atomic bomb Summarize the cost of the war Explain the significance of the war crimes trials

5 5 SUB- The 20 th Century Since 1945 Cold War Balance of Power Role of the UN Explain how WW II changed the global balance of power Describe the origins of the Cold War Describe how the Cold War posed a threat to Europe Specify how European nations pursued cooperation and peace Specify how the Cold War affected the regions of the world Explain why new nations had problems building effective governments Describe the recovery of Germany and Japan Summarize the role of the UN in regional conflicts Modernization and Tradition Collapse of communism and the breakup of the USSR Ethnic and Religious Tensions Describe the challenges Japan faces today Describe how Japan became an economic superpower Describe the strengths and weaknesses of the Soviet economy ID the causes and the effects of the collapse of the USSR Describe how Easton European nations were tied to the USSR Specify how Eastern European nations achieved democracy Explain the basis for conflict in Northern Ireland

6 6 SUB- Chinese Communist Revolution Explain why Mao s forces triumphed in China Describe how the communists revolutionized China ID the policies of Mao s successors Describe the effects of communism on the traditional Chinese family Compare North and South Korea Ethnic and Religious Tensions Conflict and change in the Middle East Explain why the Arab/Israeli conflict is difficult to resolve Explain why civil war broke out in Yugoslavia Explain how diversity and nationalism shaped the Middle East ID the social and religious forces that shape the Mid East today Explain how Egyptian leaders tried to modernize their country Explain why the Persian Gulf became a battle ground Summarize the causes and the effects of the Islamic fundamentalist movement Explain why India was partitioned in 1947 Describe the role India and Pakistan play in world affairs Collapse of European Imperialism Explain how African nations won their independence Specify how nationalist leaders guided independence movements

7 7 SUB- ID the obstacles that hindered development Specify how apartheid affected South Africa Outline the steps that led to the end of apartheid Global Connections and Interactions Economic Trends Urbanization/ Tradition Patterns of Global Migration Science and Technology The Environment International terrorism Status of Women Explain how today s world is divided along economic lines Explain why developing nations have made limited progress Explain why urbanization has disrupted older ways of life Specify how economic imperatives affect resources Explain why and to where prosperity attracts people from the Third World Explain the benefits and limits of modern science and technology Explain how technology has helped shape a new global culture Specify hoe environmental and economic issues are linked Explain how terrorism is use as a political weapon Describe how modernization affected the lives of women Global I and II Review Cross Topical Subjects Explain how geography and history are linked Explain the six elements of geography

8 8 SUB- Compare and contrast different economic systems Compare and contrast different political systems Define and apply the principles of cultural diffusion Explain the elements of culture Compare and contrast global cultures ID and analyze major themes in global history and in the contemporary world NYS Global History and Geography Regents Examination

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