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1 World History/Civilization Grade Level: 9- Course#: 548 Length: Full Year Credits: Diploma: Core 40, Academic Honors, Technical Honors Prerequisite: None This two semester course emphasizes events and developments in the past that greatly affected large numbers of people and places in subsequent eras. Students will be expected to practice historical thinking and inquiry skills. They will also compare and contrast events and developments involving diverse peoples and civilizations in different regions of the world, examine examples of continuity and change, universality and particularity, and unity and diversity among peoples and cultures from the past to the present. Semester Standards Chapter : Foundations of Civilization (Prehistory-300 B.C.) Understanding the Past.,. The Neolithic Revolution.,.,.3 Beginnings of Civilization.,.,.3,.4 Chapter : Ancient Middle East and Egypt (300 B.C B.C.) City-States of Ancient.,.3,.4 Sumer Invaders, Traders, and.,.3,.4 Empire Builders Kingdoms on the Nile.,.3, 9. Egyptian Civilization.3, 9. Roots of Judaism.,.3, 9. Chapter 3: Ancient India and China (600 B.C.- 550) Early Civilizations of India.3,.,.3, 3. and Pakistan Hinduism and Buddhism.3,., 3., 3.3, 3.5, 3.7 Powerful Empires of India., 3., 3., 3.5, 3.7, 9., 9. Rise of Civilizations in.,.3, 3.4, 3.5 China Weeks

2 Strong Rulers Unite China 3.3, 3.4 Chapter 4 Ancient Greece (750 B.C.-33B.C.) Early People of the Aegean.5, 9., The Rise of Greek City-.7, 9. States Conflict in the Greek World.6,.7 The Glory that was Greece.5, 9., Alexander and the.5,.8 Hellenistic Age Chapter 5 Ancient Rome and the Rise of Christianity (509 B.C.-476) The Roman World Takes.9,.0 Shape From Republic to Empire.9, 9. The Roman Achievement.0, 9. The Rise of Christianity.,. The Long Decline.,.3 Chapter 6 Civilizations of the Americas (Pre-History- 570) Civilizations of 3.5, 3.6 Mesoamerica Andean Cultures of South.3, 3.5, 3.6, 3.4, 9.3 America Peoples of North America 3.5, 9. Chapter 7 The Rise of Europe ( ) The Early Middle Ages 4., 4.3, 4.4, 4.5 Feudalism and the Manor 4.5 Economy The Medieval Church 4., 4.5 Economic Recovery Sparks 4.5, 9. Change Chapter 8: The High and Late Middle Ages ( ) Royal Power Grows 4.5, 9. The Holy Roman Empire 4.6

3 and the Church The Crusades and the Wider 4.8, 8.9, 9., 9., 9.3, 9.5 World Learning and Culture 4.5, 4.8, 9. Flourish A Time of Crisis 4.8, 9.3 Chapter 9: The Byzantine, Russia, and Eastern Europe (330-63) The Byzantine Empire 4.7, 4.8, 4.9 The Rise of Russia 4.9, 9. Shaping Eastern Europe 4.9, 9. Chapter 0: Muslim Civilization (6-69) The Rise of Islam 3.7, 9., 9. Building a Muslim Empire 3.8, 3.9 Muslim Civilizations 3.7, 3.8, 9. Golden Age India s Muslim Empire 3.8, 9. The Ottoman and the 4.9, 9. Safavid Empires Semester Chapter 3: The Renaissance and Reformation ( ) The Renaissance in Italy 4.0, 9. The Renaissance in the 4.0, 9.3 North The Protestant Reformation 4., 4. Reformation Ideas Spread 4., 4. The Scientific Revolution 4., 6. Chapter 4: The Beginnings of Our Golden Age: Europe, Africa, and Asia (45-796) Combined with Chapter 5 The Search for Spices 5., 5.4 Turbulent Centuries in 3.4, 5., 5., 9. Africa European Footholds in 5. South and Southeast Asia Encounters in East Asia 5., 9.

4 Chapter 5: The Beginnings of Our Global Age: Europe and the Americas (49-750) Conquest in the Americas 5., 5. Spanish and Portuguese 5., 5.3 Colonies in the Americas Struggle for North America 5., 5.3 The Atlantic Slave Trade 5., 9. The Effects of Global 5., 5.3, 5.4, 9.3 Contact Chapter 6: The Age of Absolutism ( ) Spanish Power Grows 5.3, 9., 9.3 France Under Louis XIV.7, 5.3, 6.4, 9. Parliament Triumphs in 6., 9., 9. England Rise of Austria and Prussia 4.3, 9. Absolute Monarchy in 9., 9. Russia Chapter 7: The Enlightenment and American Revolution ( ) Philosophy in the Age of 6., 6.3, 9. Reason Enlightenment Ideas Spread 6.3, 9. Birth of the American 6.4, 9. Republic Chapter 8: The French Revolution and Napoleon (789-85) On the Eve of Revolution 6.4, 9. The French Revolution 6.4, 9., 9. Unfolds Radical Days of the 6.4, 9.4, Revolution The Age of Napoleon 6.4, 9.,9.3, 9.5 Chapter 9: The Industrial Revolution Begins ( ) Combined with Chapter

5 Dawn of the Industrial Age 6.6, 9. Britain leads the Way 6.6, 9. Social Impact of the 6.6, 9., 9., 9.4 Industrial Revolution New Ways of Thinking 6.6, 9.4 Chapter : Life in the Industrial Age (800-94) The Industrial Revolution 6.6, 9. Spreads The Rise of the Cities 6.6, 9., 9.3 Changing Attitudes and 6.6, 9., 9. Values Arts in the Industrial Age 6.6, 6.7, 9. Chapter : Nationalism Triumphs in Europe (800-94) Building a German Nation 7., 9. Germany strengthens 7., 9. Unifying Italy 7., 9. Nationalism Threatens Old 7., 8.9, 9. Empires Russia: Reform and 7. Reaction Chapter 6: World War I and the Russian Revolution (94-94) The Great War Begins 8., 8.5, 9., 9.3 A New Kind of War 8.5, 9., 9., 9.4 Winning the War 8., 8.5, 9. Making the Peace 8., 9. Revolution and Civil War in 8., 8. Russia Chapter 8: The Rise of Totalitarianism (99-939) Combined with Chapter 9 Postwar Social Changes 8., 9. The Western Democracies 8., 9., 9., 9.3 Stumble Fascism in Italy 8., 8.3, 9.5 The Soviet Union Under 8.3, 9., 9. Stalin Hitler and the Rise of Nazi 8.3, 8.9 3

6 Germany Chapter 9: World War II and its Aftermath (93-955) From Appeasement to War 8.3, 8.4, 9. The Axis Advances 8.4, 8.5 The Allies Turn the Tide 8.4, 8.5, 9., 9. Victory in Europe and the 8.4, 9. Pacific The End of World War II 8.4, 8.5, 8.9, 9. Chapter 30: The Cold War (945-99) The Cold War Unfolds 8.6, 8., 9., 9.3, 9.5 The Industrialized 8.6, 9. Democracies Communism Spreads in 8.6, 8.9, 9. East Asia War in Southeast Asia 8.6, 8.9 The End of the Cold War 8.6, 8.0, 9.

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