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1 September Your World and the Industrial Revolution Please read: This calendar is will help you know what topic and what EQ Unit Essential Questions (essential question) we are studying each day. If a day has a section from the -. What are the conditions necessary for Industrialization and why text book on it, you are to have read that section of the textbook BEFORE was Britain the first to industrialize? coming to class. For example, /0 has Chapter - listed on it. You are to - Why was the textile industry the first to mechanize? have read that section before you come to class on /0. - How did the Industrial Revolutions change life and work? -4: Compare and contrast Communism, Socialism and Capitalism 4 Labor Day 0 Your World Day Totalitarianism: ISIS Spoonful-by-spoonful and why we study history. Your World Day Impact of war and conflict: Migration Your World Day Nationalism - Brexit and the EU Syllabus overview and why we study. Your World Day 4 Global Economy China s Footprint Your World: Overview of today s geopolitical situation Your World Day Industrial Revolution: Climate Change Unit : Industrial Revolution 0 Conditions necessary for industrialization EQ - Chpt - Britain is the first to industrialize EQ - Chpt - The growth of the textile industry EQ - Chpt - 4 The industrial revolution changes work EQ - Chpt - The industrial revolution changes life. Engles The Conditions of the Working Class EQ - / Chpt - The industrial revolution changes values EQ - / Chpt - The industrial revolution changes art EQ - / Chpt -4 Capitalism Chpt - Chpt -4 (part ) EQ -4 0

2 October Africa and Imperialism Socialism and Communism Chpt -4 (part ) EQ -4 Comparing Communism, Socialism and Capitalism EQ -4 Marx's Communist 4 Crises on Global Warming and Homelessness Global Conference I Global Warming and Homelessness Session Unit : Industrial Revolution Exam and unit Manifesto 0 Unit : Africa and Imperialism (-4) Imperialism vs. Colonization Motivations for Imperialism Day EQ - Chpt - Motivations for Imperialism Day EQ - Partitioning of Africa Chpt - Berlin Conference and Kipling's - White Man's Burden Nationalism in Africa Chpt - (/ Day) What are the challenges to independence? Chpt - Challenges day South Africa Chpt 0-0 Rwanda Chpt 0- Sudan Chpt 0-4 African issues today Chpt - AIDS Epidemic Global Conference II: AIDS Epidemic Session Unit : Africa and Imperialism Exam and unit 0 Unit a: Growth of Western Democracies Key vocab, EQ overview, and timeline Political History of the World in 4 mins EQ - Unit Essential Questions - What were the motives for European Imperialism in Africa? - - What are the effects of Imperialism on the continent of Africa?

3 November Growth of Democracies and Nationalism Unit Essential Questions 4 - How do various groups struggle to attain rights? (Women, Jews, Congress of Vienna Ideologies of the Benefits of social classes) Chpt -4 00s Democracy? - Compare and contrast th century liberals, conservatives and EQ - Chpt - EQ - socialists. EQ - - What are the benefits of a Democratic state? -4 How does the Dreyfus affair exemplify European anti-semitism and lead to the growth of Zionism. Revolutions of 0 and 4 Chpt - EQ - England s Road to Democracy Chpt - EQ - Women s Suffrage Movement in England Chpt - EQ - 0 The Dreyfus Affair EQ -4 Spreading Democracy Term Ends Global Conference III: Spreading Democracy Session Global Conference III: Spreading Democracy Session Unit : Growth of Western Democracy Exam and unit 0 Term - Essential Question and Power Standard Work Term - Essential Question and Power Standard Work (/ Day) Term - Essential Question and Power Standard Work Thanksgiving 4 Unit 4: World War I Nationalism unites Germany and Italy Chpt 0- & 0- EQ 4- Nationalism divides Austria and the Ottoman Empire Chpt. 0-4 EQ 4-0 Militarism, Alliances, and Imperial conflict Chpt. - EQ 4-

4 December World War I Unit 4 Essential Questions 4- How is Nationalism both a unifying and dividing force? 4- What are the four main causes of WWI? 4- How does the technology introduced in WWI change warfare? Assassination and the start of WWI Chpt. - EQ 4-4 Industrialization changes warfare day Chpt - EQ 4- Industrialization changes warfare day Chpt - EQ 4- Letters from the Trenches EQ 4- Chpt - Winning the War: Total War EQ 4- Chpt - World War I Propaganda EQ 4- Chpt - 0 US Enters the War and the end of WWI EQ 4- Chpt - ( ½ Day) Unit 4: World War I Exam and unit Global Migration Conference 4: Global Migration Session Conference 4: Global Migration Session 0

5 January Interwar Europe / Midyear / Russia Your World Day I Your World Day II 4 Unit : Interwar Treaty of Versailles EQ - Chpt -4 Roaring Twenties and the Age of Anxiety EQ - Chapt - 0 Great Depression EQ - Chapt - Mussolini takes power EQ - Chapt - Hitler Comes to Power I EQ - Chapt - Hitler Comes to Power II EQ - Chapt - Unit Exam: Interwar and unit 0 Midyear Exams Midyear Exams 4 Midyear Exams Midyear Exams Midyear Unit : Russia 0 Russian Revolts before EQ - Chapt 0- Russia, Rasputin and the March Revolution EQ - Chapt - Part Unit Essential Questions - How does the TOV affect interwar Europe? - What are the triggers of the Great Depression? - How were Fascists able to come to power and how is Fascism different under Mussolini and Hitler? Unit Essential Questions: - What caused the Bolshevik Revolution? - How was Soviet Communism different from Marxism? - How did Stalin utilize totalitarianism to rule the USSR?

6 February Russia Lenin and the Russian Revolution of EQ - Chapt - Part Russian Civil War and the Death of the Tsar EQ - Chapt - Part 4 Soviet Communism vs. Marxism EQ - (Half Day) Russian Civil War Google Classroom Stalin s Totalitarianism Chapt -4 EQ - Soviet Union Under Stalin s Totalitarianism and Collectivation Chapt -4 EQ - 0 Soviet Propaganda EQ - Gulags and the Great Purge EQ - Unit : Russia Exam and unit Your World Game Conference : Starting Nuclear Programs Session 0 4 Your World Game Conference : Starting Nuclear Programs Session DBQ Work DBQ Work Unit Essential Questions: - What caused the Bolshevik Revolution? - How was Soviet Communism different from Marxism? - How did Stalin utilize totalitarianism to rule the USSR?

7 March WWII Unit Essential Questions: - What are the causes of World War II? DBQ Work DBQ Work - How did the Nazis dehumanize the Jews in order to commit genocide? - What factors led to the defeat of the Axis powers? 4 Unit : World War II Causes Chpt - EQ - Causes of WWII discussion and concept map creation EQ - Early days of World War II Holocaust Day EQ - 0 Holocaust Day EQ - Holocaust Day EQ - Holocaust Day 4 EQ - Research Day The Allies Strike Back Chpt - EQ - 0 Research Day Research Day Research Day The Atomic Bomb Chpt -4 EQ - 4 United Nations Chpt - EQ - Holocaust Research Symposium Day : How was this possible? Holocaust Research Symposium Day : Dehumanization Techniques Holocaust Research Symposium Day Turning Numbers into Faces 0

8 April Cold War and India Unit : World War II Exam and unit ( ½ day) Ethnic Genocide Crisis 4 Ethnic Genocide Crisis Your World Game Conference : Ethnic Genocide Crisis Session Unit : Cold War Discuss Chapter - EQ - 0 Berlin Wall and work on EQ - Discuss Chapter - EQ - Technological Competition: Arms Race, Cuban Missile Crisis and the Space Race Discuss - Militaristic Competition: Korean War EQ - Militaristic Competition: Vietnam War EQ - Chpt -4 0 Economic competition EQ - 4 Fall of the Soviet Union Discuss - EQ - Work on EQ EQ - End of Term Unit : Cold War Exam and unit Conference Nuclear Proliferation Session 0 Conference Nuclear Proliferation Session Unit Essential Questions: - What were the political and global consequences of WWII? - Describe the economic, militaristic and technological competition between the US and the USSR. - What events led to the end of the Cold War? 0

9 May India and the Middle East Unit Essential Questions: Unit 0 Essential Questions: - How did Gandhi resist British Imperialism in India? - What are the lasting effects of Imperialism on India? - What contributed to India becoming a st century superpower? EQ - Gandhi and Nonviolence Discuss - ( ½ Day) Conference Nuclear Proliferation Session EQ - Salt March Continue discussion of - Unit : India and Decolonization Overview EQ - Partition of India Discuss - 0- How does the State of Israel come to be? 0- How is Israel perceived in the Muslim world? 0- What is the current state of the conflicts in the Middle East? Caste System, Imperialism and Decolonization 0 India and Pakistan 4 EQ - British East India Company and the Sepoy Rebellion Discuss -4 EQ - Globalization Day Discuss - Outsourcing Your World Game Conference : Outsourcing Session Your World Game Conference : Outsourcing Session Unit India Exam and unit Unit 0: Middle East 0 Imperialism s Heritage Ch-(00-0) EQ 0- Israel becomes a state Chp -4 (0-) EQ 0- and 0- Arab-Israeli conflicts EQ 0- and 0-4 Iran and Iraq Chpt 0- EQ 0- / EQ 0- Iraq War EQ 0- Syrian Civil War EQ 0-0 Rise of Isis EQ 0- Unit 0: Middle East Exam and unit 0

10 June Unit Essential Questions: - What are the lasting effects of Imperialism on China? - What impact did Mao have on future generations in China? - What contributed to China becoming a st century superpower? China Project Introduction 4 - What were the effects of Imperialism on China? 0 Your World - What impact did Mao have on future generations in China? Your World - What contributed to China becoming a st century superpower? Group work on China Proposals Complete China Proposals Final Exams Final Exams Final Exams 0 Last day of school without snow days Final Exams 4 0

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