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1 IB Grade IA = 20% Paper 1 = 20% Paper 2 = 25% Paper 3 = 35%

2 Grade 11 Major Topic Canadian History Canada to 1867 (founding peoples, confederation and nature of BNA) History of Manitoba and the Northwest ( ) Canada and the World Wars (contribution, impact) National Unity (Relationship between FN and Quebecois with Federal government, charter of rights and freedoms, contemporary issues) The French Revolution and Napoleon I (Paper 3) Crisis of the Ancien Regime: role of the monarchy, specifically Louis XVI; intellectual, political, social, financial and economic challenges Monarchy to republic: causes and significance of the Revolution; the 1791 constitution, the fate of the monarchy, the terror; Robespierre and the Thermidorean reaction The political, social, and economic impact of the Revolution; French revolutionary wars ( ) Establishment of, nature of, and collapse of the Directory ( ) Rise and rule of Napoleon ( ); impact of Napoleon's domestic and foreign on France Napoleonic Wars ( ); collapse of the Napoleonic Empire; milirary defeat; the Hundred Days Sub-topic Provincial curriculum 19 th Century Europe Historical context Impacts of nationalism, liberalism, socialism on balance of power Imperial Russia, revolution and the establishment of the Soviet Union (Paper 3) Alexander II ( ): the extent of reform Policies of Alexander III ( ) and Nicholas II ( ): economic modernization, tsarist repression and the growth of opposition Causes of the 1905 Revolution (including social and economic conditions and the significance of the Russo-Japanese War); consequences of the 1905 Revolution (including Stolypin and the Dumas) The impact of the First World War and the crisis of the autocracy in February/March Revolutions: February/March Revolution; provisional government and the dual power (Soviets); October/November Revolution; Bolshevik Revolution; Lenin and Trotsky

3 Lenin's Russia/Soviet Union; consolidation of new Soviet State; Civil War; War Communism; New Economic Policy; terror and coercion; foreign relations The Soviet Union and Post-Soviet Russian (Paper 3) & Authoritarian States (Paper 2) Soviet Union ( ): Stalin and the struggle for power, defeat of Trotsky; Stalin's of collectivization and the Five Year Plans; government and propaganda under Stalin; nature and extent of opposition; social and treatment of minorities; the purges and the Great Terror *** also covers paper 2 topics of emergence, consolidation and aims and results Grade 12 Major Topic World War I and Paris Peace Conferences Key events conditions leading to armistice Wilson's 14 Points / Motives of great powers at Paris Terms of the Paris Peace Treaties Authoritarian States (Paper 2) fascism in Italy (economic factors, social division, impact of WW1, weakness of political system) by Mussolini (legal methods vs. use of force, leadership and propaganda) Nature and extent of opposition to Mussolini's rule and the treatment of Mussolini's domestic (economic, political, cultural, and social, treatment of minorities and women, extent to which authoritarian rule was achieved. Nazism in Germany (economic factors, social division, impact of WW1, weakness of political system) by Hitler (legal methods vs. use of force, leadership and propaganda) Nature and extent of opposition to Hitler's rule and the treatment of Hitler's domestic (economic, political, cultural, and social, treatment of minorities and women, extent to which authoritarian rule was achieved. Sub-topic Historical Context

4 Move to Global War (Paper 1) Case study 1: Japanese expansion in East Asia ( ) Causes of Expansion The impact of Japanese nationalism and militarism on foreign policy Causes of Expansion Japanese domestic issues: political and economic issues, and their impact on foreign relations Causes of Expansion Political instability in China Events Japanese invasion of Manchuria and northern China (1931) Events Sino-Japanese War ( ) Events The Three Power/Tripartite Pact; the outbreak of war; Pearl Harbor (1941) Responses League of Nations and Lytton Report Responses Political developments within China the Second United Front Responses International response, including US initiatives and increasing tensions between the US and Japan Causes of Expansion Impact of fascism and Nazism on the foreign of Italy and Germany Causes of Expansion Impact of domestic economic issues on the foreign of Italy and Germany Causes of Expansion Changing diplomatic alignments in Europe; the end of collective security; appeasement Events German settlements to post-war settlements ( ) Events Italian expansion: Abyssinia (35-36); Albania; entry into the Second World War Events German expansion (38-39); Pact of Steel, Nazi-Soviet Pact and the outbreak of war Responses International response to German and Italian aggression (33-40) Course of World War II Major battles impact on military and civilian populations Case study 2: German and Italian expansion ( ) Historical context

5 Authoritarian States (Paper 2) Maoism in China (economic factors, social division, impact of WW1, weakness of political system) by Mao (legal methods vs. use of force, leadership and propaganda) Nature and extent of opposition to Mao's rule and the treatment of Mao's domestic (economic, political, cultural, and social, treatment of minorities and women, extent to which authoritarian rule was achieved. Cold War: Superpower tensions and rivalries (Paper 2) Origins of the Cold War (role of ideology; fear and aggression; economic interests; a comparison of the roles of US and USSR) Berlin blockade and North Korean invasion of South Korea US, USSR, and China superpower relations (47-79): containment; peaceful coexistence; Sino-Soviet and Sino-US relations, detente accord & leaders and nations Cold War crises accord Soviet Union and Post-Soviet Russia (Paper 3) Khrushchev and Brezhnev: domestic and foreign relations Cold War: Superpower tensions and rivalries (Paper 2) Vietnam and Afghanistan impact of the Cold War on these countries and impact of these crises on superpower relations Confrontation and reconciliation; reasons for the end of the Cold War (80-91): ideological challenges and dissent; economic problems; arms race Soviet Union and Post-Soviet Russia (Paper 3) Gorbachev (aims,, and extent of success); political developments and change Collapse of the Soviet Union; post-soviet Russia to 2000; role and of Yeltsin; political and economic developments to Cold War Crises accord

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