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1 WS/FCS Unit Planning Organizer Subject(s) Social Studies Conceptual Lenses Grade/Course 9 th Grade Unit of Study Post World War II (7.4, 7.5, 7.6, 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.7) Unit Title Pacing Unit 10:The World Divides 8 days (block) Unit Overview Power Politics Economics Independence Points of focus in this unit include the struggle between capitalism and communism for power, nationalistic movements that lead to decolonization and the development of new nations, an increase in global interdependence, which can lead to social change and crisis. Students will develop an understanding of: Rise of Capitalism: After WWII, a new balance of power forms with the capitalist ideas of the West as it expanded its global dominance. Rise of Communism: Focus on Asia: Faced with and political crisis, reform may result (Mao Zedong vs. Chiang Kai-Shek). This reform may result in the adoption of ideas that may conflict with other dominant ideas. The result can lead to new conflict. Cold War: Conflicting global ideas lead to war, with each side seeking to extinguish the power of the other in the global arena. This leads to the development of rival foreign policy and crisis and instability. Decolonization/Independence: Nationalistic movements form as frustrations over colonial rule escalate. As a result of WWII, ally weakened European imperialistic powers take a step back from their colonial rule. Doors open for independence The struggle for power in new independent countries leads to chaos, war, and crisis. Combating Reforms: Opponents of changing norms react by forming movements and organizations (often militant). Unit Enduring Understanding(s) Unit Essential Question(s) 1. A change in the balance of power can result in the dominance of new systems. 2. Economic and political crisis can lead to the adoption of new ideas. 3. The use of 1. How can a shift in the balance of power lead to the dominance of new systems? 2. How can and political crisis lead to the adoption of new ideas? 3. How can the 1

2 strategies by superpowers can lead to crisis and divide the world politically. 4. During social and crisis, colonies can develop a national identity which can result in a movement towards independence. 5. As political power shifts, those in disagreement with new and political ideas may resort to terrorism. strategies of a superpower lead to crisis and divide the world politically? 4. How could the social and conditions of colonial rule lead to the formation of a national identity and a movement towards independence? 5. How could a shift in political power lead to terrorism? Essential State Standards Priority Objectives Supporting Objectives social and conditions of colonial rule the rise of nationalistic movements (e.g. India, Africa, Southeast Asia). WH.H.7.5 Analyze the emergence of capitalism as a dominant pattern and the responses to it from various nations and groups (e.g. utopianism, social democracy, socialism, communism, etc.). crisis the growth of various movements (e.g. Great Depression, nationalistic movements of colonial Africa and Asia, socialist and communist movements, effect on capitalist theory, etc.). Evaluate global wars in terms of how they challenged power structures and gave rise to new balances of power (e.g. Spanish American War, WWI, WWII, Vietnam War, Colonial Wars in Africa, Persian Gulf, etc.). crisis has impacted politics (e.g. Berlin Blockade, Korean War, Hungarian Revolt, Cuban Missile Crisis, OPEC oil crisis, Iranian Revolt, 9/11, terrorism, etc.) WH.H.6.2 Analyze political revolutions in terms of their causes and impact on independence, governing bodies and church-state relations (e.g. Glorious Revolution, American Revolution, French Revolution, Russian Revolution, Haitian, Mexican, Chinese, etc.). WH.H.7.1 Evaluate key turning points of the modern era in terms of their lasting impact (e.g. conflicts, documents, policies, movements, etc.). WH.H.8.4 Analyze scientific, technological and medical innovations of postwar decades in terms of their impact on systems of production, global trade and standards of living (e.g. satellites, computers, social networks, information highway). WH.H.8.6 liberal democracy, private enterprise and human rights movements have reshaped political,, and social life in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Europe, the Soviet Union and the United States (e.g. U.N. Declaration of Human Rights, end of Cold War, apartheid, perestroika, glasnost, etc.). 2

3 WH.H.8.3 Analyze the new balance of power and the search for peace and stability in terms of how each has influenced global interactions since the last half of the twentieth century (e.g. post WWII, Post Cold War, 1990s Globalization, New World Order, Global Achievements and Innovations). WH.H.8.7 Explain why terrorist groups and movements have proliferated and the extent of their impact on politics and society in various countries (e.g. Basque, PLO, IRA, Tamil Tigers, Al Qaeda, Hamas, Hezbollah, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, etc.). Unpacked Concepts (students need to know) social and conditions the rise of nationalistic WH.H.7.5 emergence of capitalism as a dominant pattern responses to it from various nations and groups. crisis the growth of various global wars power structures new balances of power. crisis Unpacked Skills (students need to be able to do) Explain (how it contributed) WH.H.7.5 Analyze (the response) Explain (how it contributed) Evaluate (the challenges) Explain (the impact) COGNITION (RBT Level) Understanding WH.H.7.5 Analyzing Understanding Evaluating Understanding 3

4 politics. WH.H.8.3 new balance of power search for peace and stability global interactions WH.H.8.7 terrorist groups and movements impact on politics and society in various countries. WH.H.8.3 Analyze (the influence) WH.H.8.7 Explain (the impact) WH.H.8.3 Analyzing WH.H.8.7 Understanding Standard(s) Unit Chunking & Enduring Understandings Suggested Lesson Essential Questions Possible Factual Content (Bold Found in Standards) Example(s) From Unpacked Standard WH.H.7.5 Analyze the emergence of capitalism as a dominant pattern and the responses to it from various nations and groups. Evaluate global wars in terms of how they challenged power structures and gave rise to Rise of Capitalism A shift in the balance of power can lead to a change in patterns. How did the shift in political power after World War I and World War II lead to the rise of capitalism? Capitalism Economic - pattern - system - dependence - interdependence Social Democracy Socialism Communism Dominate Imperialism Marshall Plan Truman Doctrine Eisenhower Doctrines Political Power Structure Economic Power Structure Balance of Power Global Conflict Globalization Consumerism Economic patterns help capitalism expand and dominate. Changes in power can be a direct result of global conflict. 4

5 new balances of power. Mass production Developing Countries Developed Countries Neo-Colonialism social and conditions of colonial rule the rise of nationalistic crisis the growth of various political and Rise of Communism: Focus on Asia Economic and political crisis may result in new leadership and the adoption of new political and ideas. What role did s and politics play in the rise of Mao Zedong as the leader of China? How would the rise of communism in China affect the and political development of other nations in Asia? Political and Economic Movements - nationalistic - independence - communist - effect on capitalist theory National Identity Mao Zedong Chiang Kai-Shek Unequal Distribution of Wealth Social Classes Industrialization Collectivization Profit Incentive Why the methods used by Mao Zedong and Chaing Kai- Shek influenced the desire for Chinese independence. How and why the methods used by Mao Zedong and Chiang Kai- Shek were prompted by the crisis within China. crisis the growth of various political and Evaluate global wars in terms of how they Cold War A shift in the balance of power can result in global instability. Rival nations often use foreign policy to address conflict. How did the shift in the balance of power after World War II result in a Cold War? What role did foreign policy play in the Cold War? Balance of Power Peace and Stability Global Interactions Cold War - superpowers * U.S. * Soviet Union - political power structure Manmade and Symbolic Barriers Globalization Both the Korean and Vietnam conflicts began because of the desire to bring equality among the social classes. Political instability within Vietnam caused military changes 5

6 challenged power structures and gave rise to new balances of power. crisis has impacted politics. WH.H.8.3 Analyze the new balance of power and the search for peace and stability in terms of how each has influenced global interactions since the last half of the twentieth century. The struggle for power causes conflict between superpowers and can divide the world politically. How did the political rivalry between the Soviet Union and the U.S. affect relationships? Winston Churchill s Iron Curtain Speech Communist vs. Non-communist Berlin Wall International Crisis - Berlin Blockade - Korean War - Hungarian Revolt - Cuban Missile Crisis - Vietnam War Foreign Policy - containment - Eisenhower s Brinkmanship - Kennedy s Flexible Response - Kruschev s Peaceful Coexistance - the Brezhnev Doctrine - Glasnost - Peristroka Domino Theory as well as chaos globally. Cold War conflicts in Eastern Europe and Asia led to increased tensions and prompted the US policy of containment. Manmade or symbolic barriers between nations can serve to exclude or protect but may also represent reminders of political differences. social and conditions of colonial rule the rise of nationalistic Decolonization / Independence As a result of crisis, powerful nations may loose some of their political authority. How did the impact of World War II lead to decolonization? Colonial Rule - social conditions - Conditions Political and Economic Movements - nationalistic * India * African countries Conflict occurs when compromise over land, national identity, and colonial possessions is no longer an option between those in 6

7 crisis the growth of various political and Evaluate global wars in terms of how they challenged power structures and gave rise to new balances of power. crisis has impacted politics. WH.H.8.7 Explain why terrorist groups and movements have proliferated and the extent of their impact on politics and society in various countries. A strong sense of national identity and citizen action can lead to change in leadership. Combating Reforms Struggle for power and leverage are often the basis of terrorism. What is the relationship between nationalistic movements and decolonization? As a result of independence, how could new leadership and changes lead to acts of terrorism? * S.E. Asian countries - socialist - communist - independence - how crisis contributes Mahatma Gandhi Passive Resistance Economic Power and Bureaucracies - effect on * ethnic/racial groups * political groups * cultural groups Partitioning of India Kashmir Terrorism** Rights Freedom Popular Sovereignty Revolution Self-Determination **NOTE: This is just a brief introduction to the root causes of terrorism. The main piece on terrorism is in the next unit. authority and those they serve. Changes in leadership prompted by the political actions of citizens can be a direct result of problems. Changes in power can be a direct result of global conflict. International relationships change in response to global and regional issues and events. The desire for change in existing political order or geopolitical boundaries can lead to terrorist acts and altar societies. 7

8 HISTORY Turning Point War Revolution GEOGRAPHY CIVICS & GOVERNMENT Nationalism Power Politics Influence Institutions Economics Competition Markets Culture Innovation Global Connections Alliances Conflict Foreign Policy Interdependence Terrorist Language Objective EXAMPLES Key Vocabulary LO: SWBAT define and explain the terms independence, revolution, containment, capitalism, Domino Theory, Terrorism and Diplomacy. Language Functions LO: SWBAT explain how individuals can influence changes in government Language Skills LO: SWBAT read a passage about terrorism and explain a real world situation they believe is an example of terrorism. (Reading passages should be chosen/modified in accordance with the LEP students zone of proximal development). Grammar and Language LO: SWBAT use descriptors in writing assignments by describing the process individuals can take to influence changes in government.. Lesson Tasks LO: SWBAT read and summarize a passage about the Domino Theory and explain this summary to a group. 8

9 Language Learning Strategy LO: SWBAT develop a cause/effect graphic organizer analyzing and identifying the causes and effects of terrorism. (The linguistic load will vary from LEP student to LEP student. Level 1-2 LEP students may need a word bank or other supplement to complete this activity using this strategy). Historical Thinking and Geography Skill Resources Straight Ahead Uphill Mountainous Historical Thinking Geography Skills General Unit Resources. SAS Curriculum Pathways #199 Evaluating Cuban Communism #209 Why did President Truman think it was necessary for the US to get involved in the Korean War? #196 Was the Marshall Plan Effective #1139 The Last Half of the American Century? Learn 360 America in the 20 th Century New Face of Terrorism Bridging World History Bridging World History Unit 22: Global War and Peace World History for us All World History for Us All Unit 9: Paradoxes of Global Acceleration 9

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