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1 History to 1000 A.D Students will describe the human culture in the Paleolithic and Neolithic Eras Students will demonstrate an understanding of the state of the world about 1000 C.E. Describe the culture and accomplishments of the Paleolithic and Neolithic Eras. August-September August-September Subjective Textbook (Prentice Hall: Connections to Today), Dawn of History Power Point, Notes and Study Guide, Quia.com History to 1000 A.D Students will describe the impact of ancient river civilizations (Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, and China) on the development of world cultures Students will demonstrate an understanding of the state of the world about 1000 C.E. Analyze the impact of ancient river valley civilizations, such as Egypt and Mesopotamia 2-3 weeks September September Research Ancient Egypt Textbook, Ancient Egypt Power Point, Notes, Graphic Ancient Kingdom of the Nile: Reading Guide, Quia.com, Quiz Ancient Egypt (Quizzes available online on Quia.com), BBC History Games: Pyramid Challenge, Pyramid Challenge Handout, BBC History Games: Mummy Maker, Research #1 Rubric Mesopotamia Textbook, Mesopotamia PowerPoint, Notes, Graphic Organizer, Study Guide and Test, Quiz Mesopotamia, City States of Ancient Sumer: Reading Guide, Invaders, Traders, and Empire Builders Reading Guide, Quia.com Quia Quizzes BBC Games - Pyramid Challenge, Mummy Maker, Research #1, Form developed by ESU #6 Page - 1 -

2 History to 1000 A.D. History to 1000 A.D Students will demonstrate an understanding of the state of the world about 1000 C.E Students will apply geography to interpret the past, understand, and plan the future Students will demonstrate an understanding of the state of the world about 1000 C.E Students will apply geography to interpret the past, understand, and plan the future. Describe the impact of history, culture, and geography of ancient Greece and Rome. Compare and contrast the development, beliefs, impact and interaction between major religions. 3-4 weeks On going October-September October October-September October Research Ancient Greece Textbook, Ancient Greece PowerPoint, Notes, Graphic Quia.com, Quiz Ancient Greece, Ancient Greek Philosophy video clip, Alexander the Great video, Research #2 Rubric Ancient Rome Textbook, Ancient Greece PowerPoint, Notes, Graphic Quia.com, Quiz Ancient Rome, Julius Caesar video, Ancient Rome: Decline video, Ancient Rome: Expansion and Conquest video, BBC History Games Dressed to Kill Textbook, PowerPoint, Notes, Graphic Organizer, Study Guide and Test BBC History Games - Dressed to Kill, Research #2, Educational, Form developed by ESU #6 Page - 2 -

3 the patterns of social, economic, political change, and cultural achievement in the later Medieval period the impact of European expansion into the Americas, Africa, and Asia the historical developments of the Renaissance Explain the causes of the Middle Ages and describe the impact of life in the Middle Ages on later civilizations. Determine the impact of European travel and expansion throughout the Age of Exploration. Analyze the historical achievements of the Renaissance. 3 weeks October October Early Middle Ages Textbook, Early Middle Ages PowerPoint, Notes, Study Guide and Test, Quia.com, Assignment How Castles Work (Assignments available at Quia.com), How Castles Work Website, Quiz The Early Middle Ages, Europe s Feudal State video clip, Research #3 Rubric Late Middle Ages Textbook, Late Middle Ages PowerPoint, Notes, Study Guide and Test, Quia.com, Quiz The Late Middle Ages, Kingdom of Heaven movie clip, Crusades video clip, Animated Heroes: Joan of Arc video, BBC History Games Viking Quest, Viking Quest Handout Textbook, Age of Exploration PowerPoint, Notes, Study Guide and Test, Map, South America Map Worksheet, Quia.com, Quiz Age of Exploration, Portuguese Explorers video, Conquistadors: Hernan Cortes video Textbook, Renaissance PowerPoint, Notes, Study Guide and Test, Quia.com, Quiz The Renaissance, Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael video, Research #4 Rubric, Research #3,, Research #3,, Research #4, Form developed by ESU #6 Page - 3 -

4 the historical developments of the Reformation Student will analyze the patterns of urban development, such as site and situation, and the environment Student will analyze the patterns of urban development, such as site and situation, and the environment. Analyze the historical achievements of the Reformation. Evaluate forces and factors that promoted the American Revolution and the English Civil War. Evaluate forces and factors the promoted the French Revolution and the rise of Napoleon. 2-3 weeks December December December December Textbook, Renaissance PowerPoint, Notes, Study Guide and Test, Quia.com, Quiz The Reformation, Protestant Reformation video American Revolution American Revolution video English Civil War Textbook, English Civil War PowerPoint, Notes, Graphic Triumph of Parliament in England: Reading Guide, Quia.com, Quiz English Civil War French Revolution Textbook, French Revolution PowerPoint, Notes, Graphic Quia.com, Quiz French Revolution, French Revolution video Napoleon Textbook, Napoleon PowerPoint, Notes, Graphic Organizer, Study Guide and Test, The Age of Napoleon Begins: Reading Guide, Quia.com, Quiz Napoleon, Napoleon video, Biography: Napoleon Bonaparte video Calvinist Geneva Newspaper Activity, Research #4, Cavaliers v. Roundheads compare and contrast activity, Research #4, BBC Games - The Battle of Waterloo, Napoleon Scenes, Research #4, Form developed by ESU #6 Page - 4 -

5 Students will describe the 19 th century political developments in Europe and their impact on the world and explain the effects of the Industrial Revolution major 20 th century historical events Students will apply geography to interpret the past, understand the present, and plan the future. Students will recognize and explain causes and effects of the Industrial Revolution. the origins and consequences of War I. 2 weeks 3-4 weeks January January - February January January - February Textbook, Industrial Revolution PowerPoint, Notes, Graphic Organizer, Study Guide and Test, Child Labor PowerPoint, Quia.com, Industrial Revolution Worksheet, Assignment Child Labor, Quiz Industrial Revolution, Industrial Revolution Invention Survey, Research #5 Rubric Causes of War One Textbook, Setting the Stage PowerPoint, Notes, Study Guide and Test, The Stage is Set: Reading Guide, Quia.com, Assignment Causes of War One, Quiz Setting the Stage, Scramble for Africa Competition, Cause of War One Website Days That Shook the : The Assassination of Franz Ferdinand video, Research #5 Rubric War One Textbook, Setting the Stage PowerPoint, Notes, Study Guide and Test, Trench Warfare PowerPoint, A New Kind of Conflict: Reading Guide, Quia.com, Assignment Battles of War One, Flyboys movie clip, The Great War: The Complete History of War I video series, Roots of War video clip, Trench Warfare video clip, European Conflict video clip, Battle of Somme video clip, America Joins the Ranks video clip Quia Quizzes Child Labor Journals, Research #5, Scramble for Africa Competition, Paris Peace Conference Activity, Research #5, Form developed by ESU #6 Page - 5 -

6 Student will analyze the patterns of urban development, such as site and situation, and the environment major 20 th century historical events Students will apply geography to interpret the past, understand the present, and plan the future major 20 th century historical events Students will apply geography to interpret the past, understand the present, and plan the future. Analyze the patterns of urban development and movement. Evaluate forces and factors the promoted the Russian Revolution. Students will examine the roots and common features of totalitarian governments of the 20 th Century, including Fascist Italy, Nazi Germany and Communist Soviet Union. the social structure of feudal Japan and the rise of the Japanese militarism. 2 weeks 2 weeks February February March February February March Textbook, Russian Revolution PowerPoint, Notes, Study Guide and Test, Quia.com, Assignment Russian Revolution, Quiz Russian Revolution, Disney s Anastasia movie clip, Russian Revolution video, Research #6 rubric Textbook, Totalitarianism PowerPoint, Notes, Study Guide and Test, Fascism in Italy: Reading Guide, Beer Hall Putsch handout, Quia.com, Quiz Fascist Italy, Quiz Nazi Germany, The Office, Season Two: Dwight s Speech television clip, Men in Our Time: Mussolini video, Roots of Evil video Textbook, Rise of Japan PowerPoint, Notes, Study Guide and Test, Japan Timeline ( ), Quia.com, Quiz Rise of Japan Research #6, Propaganda Poster Activity, Hitler and Stalin compare and contrast activity, Research #6, Quia Quiz Japan Timeline ( ), Research #6, Form developed by ESU #6 Page - 6 -

7 major 20 th century historical events Students will apply geography to interpret the past, understand the present, and plan the future major 20 th century historical events. the origins and consequences of War II. the origins and consequences of genocide, focusing on The Holocaust 2-3 weeks 2 weeks March April March April Textbook, War Two PowerPoint, Notes, Study Guide, Graphic Organizer, and Test, Aggression, Appeasement and War: Reading Guide, Bataan Death March handout, War Two Timeline, Quia.com, Assignment Battle of Stalingrad, Quiz War Two Austria annexed by Hitler video clip, Hitler Invades Poland video clip, Operation Dynamo video clip, London Blitz video, Operation Barbarossa video clip, 1 st Atomic Bomb video clip, Days That Shook the : The Death of Adolf Hitler video, Enemy at the Gates movie clip, D-Day: The Total Story video Textbook, Holocaust PowerPoint, Notes, Study Guide and Test, Quia.com, Assignment People of the Holocaust, Assignment Auschwitz, Quiz The Holocaust War Two Timeline, Research #7, Quia Quiz, Quiz Assignments, Educational, Video Clips Class Discussion, Research #7, Form developed by ESU #6 Page - 7 -

8 major 20 th century historical events. the causes and effects of the Cold War. 2-4 weeks May April-May Textbook, Cold War PowerPoint, Notes, Study Guide and Test, Cold War Timeline, Quia.com, War in Vietnam Reading Guide, NATO Worksheet, Assignment Space Race, Assignment Battlefield Vietnam, Quiz Cold War, PBS.org Battlefield Vietnam Korean War video clip, Communism in China video clip, Berlin Airlift video clip, New Nuclear Power video clip, Memory of Fortunate Son video clip, Cuba video clip, Miracle movie clip, Rocky IV movie clip, Good Morning Vietnam movie clip, 13 Days movie clip, October Sky movie clip, Duck and Cover public service announcement Quia Quizzes, Quia Assignments, Educational, Video Clips Cold War Timeline, Research #8, Research #8 Rubric Form developed by ESU #6 Page - 8 -

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