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1 WEEK UNIT TOPIC TEXT LEARNING GOALS ASSESSMENT RESOURCES McDougal - World History Patterns of Interaction Littell Connecting Hemispheres UNIT 1 MODERN WORLD HISTORY CURRICULUM Week Chapter 17 - European Renaissance and 1--2 Reformation Italy: Birthplace of the Renaissance CH 17; Sec 1 The Northern Renaissance CH 17; Sec 2 *Explain the conditions in Italy that gave rise to the Renaissance. Computer *Identify the values and ideas prized during the Renaissance. Power Presentations *Describe the artistic breakthrough and achievements of Renaissance artists. Mounted Data Projector *Summarize influential literary works and techniques of key Renaissance writers. CD-ROMs *Explain the origins and characteristics of the Northern Renaissance. DVD player *Trace the impact of the Renaissance of German and Flemish painters. Quizzes Guided Readings Luther Leads the Reformation CH 17; Sec 3 *Profile key Northern Renaissance writers. Charts Classzone.com *Describe the origins of the Elizabethan Age and Elizabethan drama. Primary Document Analysis Study Guides *Explain how printing spread ideas. Map Virtual Tours *Analyze historical forces and religious issues that sparked the Reformation. Political cartoon Netexplorations *Trace Martins Luther's role in the Geography movement to reform the Catholic Church. Thematic Essays Applications *Analyze the impact of Luther's religious revolt. UNIT 1 TEST Vocabulary Builder Transparencies- *Explain the spread of the Protestant faith Critical thinking, Art, to England. Cultural, & Map

2 The Reformation Continues CH 17; Sec 4 *Explain Calvin's Protestant teachings. Videos *Describe the beliefs of other reformers and the roles of women in the Reformation. United Streaming Chapter 19 - An Age of Explorations and Isolation Chapter 20 - The Atlantic World Europeans Explore the East Spain Builds an American Empire Ch 20; Sec 1 European Nations Settle North America CH 20; Sec 2 The Atlantic Slave Trade *Trace the reforms in the Catholic Church. *Summarize the legacy of the Reformatin. CH 19; Sec 1 *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. *Identfy nations that set up trading empires in eastern Asia. *Describe the voyages of Columbus and his comtemporaries. *Describe the Spanish conquests of the Aztecs and the Inca. *Indentify the effects of Spanish colonization on the Americas. *Trace the level of resistance to Spanishrule by indigenous people. *Summarize competing claims in North America. *Identify English colonial activities in North America. *Describe the North American response to land claims made by Europeans. CH 20; Sec 4 *Identify the causes of African slavery. *Trace the spread of slavery throughout the Americas.

3 UNIT 2 Week Chapter 21 - Absolute Monarchs in 3--6 Europe The Columbian Exchange and Global Trade Absolutism to Revolution Spain's Empire and European Absolutism *Explain the triangular trade. *Describe the life of enslaved Africans in the colonies. *Identify the consequensences of Atlantic slave trade. CH 20; Sec 5 *Explain the Columbian Exchange. *Identify factors that led to the development of global trade. *Describe the effects of new economic policies on European society. CH 21; Sec 1 *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. Mounted Data Projector Power Presentations Computer DVD player The Reign of Louis XIV CH 21; Sec 2 *Describe conflicts in Europe. CD-Roms *Analyze ideas of important French thinkers. Guided Readings *Explain Louis XIV's policies and characterize the style of his court. Classzone.com *Describe France's disastrous wars. Netexplorations Central European Monarchs Clas CH 21; Sec 3 *Describe the Thirthy Years' War. Virtual Field Trips *Describe the growth of central European states. Geography Application *Identify conflicts between Prussia and Austria. Vocabulary Builder

4 Chapter 22 - Enlightenmen t and Revolution Absolute Rulers of Russia CH 21; Sec 4 Parliament Limits the English Monarchy CH 21; Sec 5 The Scientific Revolution CH 22, Sec 1 The Enlightenment in Europe CH 22; Sec 2 The Enlightenment Spreads CH 22; Sec 3 *Explain how Russian rulers began to build a stronger Russian state. *Characterize the difference between Russia and western Europe. *Describe Peter the Great's reforms and their impact on Russia. *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. *List circumstances that led to the Scientific Revolution. *Summarize the development of the heliocentric theory. *Describe the scientific method and explain Newton's ;aw of gravity. *Describe the importance of the scientific of the scientific method in different fields. *Explain the ideas of Hobbes and Locke and other Enlightenment philosophers. *Explain women and the Enlightenment. *Explain the legacy of the Enlightenment. *Explain how Enlightenment ideas spread throughout Europe. *Describe the changes in art, music, and literature during the Enlightenment. Transparencies - Critical thinking, Art, Cultural, and Map Videos United Streaming The American Revolution CH 22; Sec 4 *Show how Enlightenment ideas reformed monarchies in Prussia, Austria and Russia. *Describe America's colonies in the late 1700s.

5 Chapter 23 - The French Revolution and Napoleon The French Revolution Begins *List events that led to the American Revolution. *Explain the Enlightenment's influence on American government. CH 23; Sec 1 *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. Revolution Brings Reform and Terror CH 23; Sec 2 Napoleon Forges and Empire CH 23; Sec 3 Napoleon's Empire Collapses CH 23; Sec 4 The Congress of Vienna *Explain the importance of the Great Frear and the women's march on Versailles. *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. *Explain how Napoleon Bonaparte came to power. *Summarize how Napoleon restored order in France. *Describe the extent and weaknesses of Napoleon's empire. *Explain Napoleon's tactical and political mistakes. *Summarize Napoleon's defeat, comeback, and final downfall. CH 23; Sec 5 *List the results of the Congress of Vienna. *Show how the ideas of the French Revolution continued to influence people.

6 Chapter 24 - Nationalist Revolutions Sweep the West Week UNIT CH 25 - Industrial Revolution Latin American Peoples Win Independence CH 24; Sec 1 Europe Faces Revolutions Nationalism: Italy and Germany CH 24; Sec 3 *Identify the elements of colonial society that caused unrest in Latin America. *Explain how Haiti won independence. *Describe the activities of Bolivar, San Martin, Native Americans, and mestizos in liberation events. *Describe Brazil's peaceful liberation. CH 24; Sec 2 *Identify three schools of political thought. *Trace the development of nationalism. *Describe nationalism in the Balkans. *Analyze reform in France and Russia. Identify the links that create nation-states and explain how nationalism weakened empires. *Summarize how Cavour unified Italy. *Describe the unification of Germany and explain shifts in power *Define romanticism and give examples of Revolutions in the Arts CH 24; Sec 5 romantic literature and music. *Explain the shift to realism and five examples of realistic art and literature. *Explain why empressionists reacted against realism. The Beginnings of Industrialization CH 25; Sec 1 *Explain the beginnings of industrialization in Britain. *Describe key inventions that furthered the Industrial Revolution. *Identify transportation improvements. Quizzes Charts Map Primary Document Analysis Thematic Essays Illustrated Timeline Activity Political Cartoon Unit 2 Test Computer Mounted Data Projector DVD Player

7 *Trace the importance of railroads on British industry. Industrialization Case *Describe the social and economic effects Study: Manchester CH 25; Sec 2 of industrialization. *Examine growing tensions between the middle and working classes. *Identify positive effects of the Industrial Revolution. Power Presentations Virtual Field Trips Classzone.com CD-Roms Industrialization Spreads CH 25; Sec 3 Reforming the Industrial World CH 25; Sec 4 *Describe Manchester as an industrial city. Netexplorations *Describe industrialization in the United Geography States and Europe. Application *Identify the effects of industrialization on the rest of the world. Vocabulary Builder *Identify thinkers and ideas that supported industrialization. Videos *Explain the origins and main concepts of socialism and Marxism. United Streaming *Examine unionism and legislative reform. Study Guide *Describe other reform movements of the 1800s. Guided Readings Chapter 27 - The Age of Imperialism The Scramble for Africa CH 27; Sec 1 *Describe Africa before European domination. *Summarize the motives of /european colonizers and the factors that allowed them to contol Africa. Imperialism Case Study: Nigeria CH 27; Sec 2 *Identify thre groups that clashed in Africa. *Explain the different forms of colonial control. *Trace British rule in Nigeria. *Summarize African resistance movements. *Analyze the impact of colonial rule in Africa.

8 Europeans Claim Muslim Lands CH 27; Sec 3 British Imperialism in India Imperialism In Southeast Asia Ch 27; Sec 5 Chapter 30 - Revolution and Nationalism Revolutions in Russia CH 30; Sec 1 *Summarize the decline of the Ottoman Empire. *Descrime the Crimean War. *Analyze Egypt's reforms. Evaluate Persia's response to foreign pressure. CH 27; Sec 4 *Describe the British takeover of India. *Identify positive and negative aspects of British colonialism in India. *Trace early nationalistic movements in India. *Summarize the acquisition of European colonies in Southeast Asia. *Explain how Siam remained independent. *Describe U.S. acquisition of the Philippines and Hawaii. *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 czarist rule. *Summarize the Bolshevik Revolution and its outcome. *Explain Lenin's reforms and the rise of Stalin. Totalitarianism Case Study: Stalinist Russia CH 30;Sec 2 *Define totalitarianism. *Describe Stalin's goal of transforming the Soviet Union into a totalitarian state. *Summarize Stalin's state-controlled economic programs. *Describe Soviet daily life.

9 Chapter 34 - The Colonies Become New Nations Imperial China Collapses CH 30; Sec 3 Nationalism in India and Southwest Asia The Indian Subcontinent Achieves Freedom Southeast Asian Nations Gain Independence CH 34; Sec 2 *List problems the new Republic of China faced. *Trace the rise of communism in China. *Describe the civial war between Communists and Nationalists. CH 30; Sec 4 *Trace nationalist activity in India. *Summarize Gandhi's nonviolent tactics. *Explain how Indianself-rule heightened conflicts between Muslims and Hindus. *Describe the rise of independence movements in Southwest Asia. CH 34; Sec 1 *Describe the partition of India. *Summarize the leadership of Nehru. *Explain the division of Pakistan. *Summarize independence struggles in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. *Summarize the Philippine independence movement. *Identify problems facing Burma, Malaysia, and Singapore. *Trace Indonesia's fight for independence. New Nations in Africa CH 34; Sec 3 *Identify factors affecting the success of African independence efforts. *Describe the independence of Ghana and Kenya. *Explain civil wars and independence struggles in Congo and Angola. Conflicts in the Middle East CH 34; Sec 4 *Describe the formation of Israel. *Trace the conflicts between Israel and Arab states.

10 CH 35 - Struggles for Deocracy, Present Chapter 36 - Central Asia Struggles CH 34; Sec 5 The Challenge of Democracy in Africa The Collapse of the Soviet Union CH 35: Sec 3 Changes in Central and Eastern Europe China: Reform and Reaction *Describe the Palestinian struggle for independence. *Explain Arab-Israeli peace efforts. *Identify chalenges facing the nations of the former Soviet Union. *Describe Afghanistan's struggle and possible role in global terrorism. CH 35; Sec 2 *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. *Discuss Mikhail Gorbachev and his reforms. *Identify events leading up to the breakup of the Soviet Union. *Describe Russia under Boris Yeltsin. *Describe Russia under Vladimir Putin. CH 35; Sec 4 *Explain reforms in Poland and Hungary. *Summarize changes in Germany. *Describe democratic change in Czechoslovakia and Romania. *Explain the conflict in the former Yugoslavia. CH 35; Sec 5 *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.

11 Global Interdepende nce Global Security Issues CH 36; Sec 3 *Identify ways that nations deal with issues of war and peace. *Give examples of human rights issues and world health issues. *Explain the increase in migration and discuss its worldwide effects. Quizzes Primary Document Analysis Terrorism Case Study: September 11, 2001 CH 36; Sec 4 Cultures Blend in a Global Age CH 36: Sec 5 *Define modern terrorism and give examples from around the world. *Describe the September 11, 2001 attack on the United States. *Summarize U.S. response to this attack. *Trace the increase in worldwide cultural interaction. *Describe the influences on world culture. *Explain cultural bias and explore possibilities for cultural understanding. Timeline Activity Thematic Essay Map Political Cartoon Charts Unit 3 Test

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