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Ranney Prep School World History 7 Grade

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History of Our World: Curriculum Development Addition and Supplement

Approved: Ranney Prep School History Department - May 2010 Developed and Written By: Michael Ling - Summer 2010 Implemented: Faculty - Fall 2010

World History Curriculum Development Introduction:
In addition to the Prentice Hall publishing resources, the following was devised as an enhancement section to the curriculum that would focus on the students’ reinforcement of skills and skill based learning within the classroom. This addition was decided at an end of the year department meeting (May 2010), and the curriculum was developed during Summer 2010, and implemented Fall 2010.

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Scope and Sequence……………………………………………………………………… 1 – 5

Basic Skill Sets, Resources, Assignments, Supplements…………………….6 – 7 (The Center for Learning – Basic Skills)

World History and Geography Skills, Resources, Assignments…………..8 – 11 (The Center for Learning – History and Geography Books 1 and 2)

Teacher Resources, Assignments, Supplements……………………………….12 – 23 (Prentice Hall Publishing, History of Our World)

References, Resources and Bibliography Utilized………………..................24

Supplemental Examples……………………………………………………………………..25 - 31

SCOPE AND SEQUENCE – WORLD HISTORY – 2010

2009 – 2010 World History Curriculum The following is a basic outline of the new World History curriculum for the 2009 – 2010 school year. As per your email and our meeting, the basic course outline is laid out for you here. The curriculum mapping website will be utilized on an ongoing basis in order to track and amend the scope and sequence of the course throughout the year. September – 2 thru 18 - Chapter 2: The Fertile Crescent September – 18 thru 30 – Chapter 3: Ancient Egypt and Nubia October – 1 thru 12 – Chapter 4: Ancient India October – 13 thru 26 – Chapter 5: Ancient China October – 27 thru November 10 – Chapter 6 and 7: Ancient Greece November – 11 thru 24 – Chapter 8 and 9: Ancient Rome November – 30 thru December 8 – Chapter 10: Byzantine and Muslim Civilizations December – 9 thru 18 – Chapter 11 and 13: Selected sections of Africa and Asia a. 11.1 and 11.2 b. 13.2 and 13.3 January 25 thru February 5 – Chapter 14: Europe in the Middle Ages February – 8 thru February 16 – Chapter 15: Renaissance and Reformation February – 17 thru February 26 – Chapter 16: European Exploration of Africa and Asia March – 1 thru March 15 – Chapter 18: Rise of Monarchies March – 16 thru March 26 – Chapter 19: Enlightenment and Political Revolutions April – 12 thru April 23 – Chapter 20: Changing World April – 26 thru May 7 – Chapter 21: World Wars and Revolutions May – 10 thru May 21 – Chapter 22: The World Today

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Tables and Identifying Patterns in various data formats  (2) . and natural flow of study of both history and world cultures for the first two years of a student’s middle school experience. Persuasive Essays. Cause and Effect. Using Context. economic and philosophical influences and events that have shaped our world from the dawn of early humans to the present world in which we live today. Clarifying Meaning. Graphs. by any means. As indicated earlier. and Research Papers which are all referenced and included not only in the text. and the influences and developments leading to the creation of the modern world. but not be limited to. Rationale: The 7th grade World History curriculum will dovetail a majority of the information covered during the 6th grade year in the Geography Alive course. Reading and Interpreting Charts. and a variety of skills to be utilized as the student approaches the high school setting. social. Ranney Middle School grades 7 and 8 will be utilizing Prentice Hall’s History of Our World textbook for a survey study of various civilizations and cultures ranging from early Mesopotamia through the Modern Era. the students will investigate and study. Overall Objectives: As one might expect. this will allow for a smooth. While the development of the adolescent is in a constant state of flux. it is expected that this overview of world history will provide for a basic exposure. the influx of new systems of thinking. by nature. DVD. and been exposed to the following knowledge and skill sets:      Building Geographic Literacy through the “Map-Master” system included in the student textbook Learning With Technology through various online. Critical Thinking and Summarizing the Reading Process. but also supplementary materials Map Interpretation and Projections through the skills handbook section of the student text Critical Reading Skills through exercises and writings in Comparison and Contrast. new religions. framework and foundation of core understanding. continual. practiced. video. comprehension.Overview: During the 2009/2010 school year. religious. While not limited to or completely comprehensive. one could expect that upon completion of the 7th grade World History course. influential powers of the world. many of the major political. the student will have learned. and interactive textbook options included in the curriculum and student text Writing for Social Studies through Narrative Essays. major economic developments. historical and cultural study is often multifaceted and finds itself often overlapping a multitude of both skills and knowledge basis. The focus of this curriculum will be on the development of major. Under the premise that the students have already covered basic cultures on the majority of the seven continents.

video. length and skill and will generally reflect the many learning styles and multiple intelligences as studied in the world of education today. practice.com. one may find that some lessons will be review and reinforcement in nature. peer learning. comprehension and context as described in the text Test Taking Tips and Strategies for chapter tests. and interact with many geographic maps. Building Geographic Literacy through the Map-Master System: As directed by the teacher. the following strategies and activities will be implemented in a variety of ways into the 7th grade World History curriculum: 1. students will utilize the textbook.PHSchool. Thus. tools. in cooperation with the Discovery Channel School. Please note that these strategies and activities are by no means limited to just the information below. will bring new information and experiences to life for the students. Hence. This process will be one which covers the entire year. midterm and final exams and standardized tests as covered in the student textbook and curriculum Basic Note Taking and Organization of assigned and expected reading material. Learning With Technology through various online. Likewise. and interactive textbook options: The students will have ample and consistent exposure to many aspects of world history and cultures through the “World Studies Video Program. and skills. DVD. This website will enable students to reach beyond the classroom and investigate exciting information and activities related to lessons covered in class. www. Interpretation of Document and Primary Source Readings as expected by the Ranney School History Department Strategies and Classroom Activities: As educators. but broken down into individual lessons and units as the course of study unfolds. homework and project oriented assignments will drive this skill throughout the year. we are acutely aware that no student learns in exactly the same manner. In class lessons.phschool.” This online video and DVD program. are utilized to meet the many needs and abilities of each individual class. 2. (3) . each student will be taught how and when to use the online activities for each chapter as accessed through the www. handouts. Education is a flexible process and many techniques. too many to mention in such a comprehensive course. comprehension. the strategies and activities in this curriculum will be varied in style. During this process. students will have the opportunity to learn. and the skills activities as provided by the Prentice Hall website.com website. while others can be expected to reflect the Ranney School tradition of a more intensive and challenging path toward the learning process.   Identifying Key Terms through recall. Therefore.

of course. In addition to these materials. and Research Papers : The writing component for this course will be ongoing throughout the year and will be co-curricular with the English Department in its approach when applicable. homework. Writing assignments for the 7th grade will consist of at least ONE written piece for each chapter studied. Graphs. expository writing and research through a variety of formal and informal written assignments. Persuasive. and meanings will be discussed and learned through this process. comprehension and context as described in the text: Students will increase their knowledge and vocabulary base on a daily basis through the reading assignments. and in class reinforcement and recall. reproduction. and the SMARTboard throughout the entire course on an incremental basis. the curriculum will integrate handouts and assignments from the workbooks entitled “World History and Geography and World Cultures. Key term definitions. World History Basic Skills Series” as published by The Center for Learning. writing assignments. (4) . and assignments for the 8th grade course will consist of at least TWO written pieces for each chapter. Writing for Social Studies through Narrative. Cause and Effect. context. Analysis. 7. analyze and decipher a variety of raw data formats ranging from numeric patterns to subject matter in written context. will be determined by the individual lesson and topics being covered at a given time during the school year. Using Context. Critical Reading Skills through exercises and writings in Comparison and Contrast. These writing skills will be utilized regularly both in the classroom setting as well as on every major assessment. create. and assessments. the students will periodically learn how to read. Critical Thinking and Summarizing the Reading Process: The student textbook and the publisher’s set of ancillary materials will be used for specific topic and unit assignments and lesson plans for teaching and reinforcing the aforementioned skills. class work. Tables and Identifying Patterns in raw data format: Throughout the year. projection and distortions will be taught and reinforced in homework. persuasive writing. 6. Expository Essays and Paragraphs. and projects. 4. Students will learn the skill of narrative writing. Clarifying Meaning. Reading and Interpreting Charts. handouts. atlases. Identifying Key Terms through recall.3. Map Interpretation and Projections through the skills handbook section of the student text: The students will utilize maps and projections in the textbook. This. 5.

Both 7th and 8th graders will learn how to analyze and dissect this information to both interpret meaning and context.8. midterm and final exams and standardized tests as covered in the student textbook and curriculum: One of the most fascinating and unique aspects of this curriculum is that each student will have the distinct opportunity to learn and practice various test taking strategies. (5) . ERB’s. For the sake of simplicity and uniformity. through the final exam. 10. Test Taking Tips and Strategies for chapter tests. final exams. the 7th and 8th grade students will be taught to take notes in standard outline format. each student will be taught and expected to take formal notes on all assigned textbook and supplemental reading material. These tips and strategies will be useful for many types of assessments including chapter tests. 9. Basic Note Taking and Organization of assigned and expected reading material: From the first day of school. PSAT’s and SAT’s. Interpretation of Document and Primary Source Readings as expected by the Ranney School History Department: Various primary source readings and historical records and documents will be used periodically during the school year to supplement the material learned for each unit. and discuss its importance and place in the topic or subject being learned. midterms.

p.11 Summarizing Information – Middle Ages through 19th Century. The following is a tentative schedule and outline of the implementation of this material on a consistent basis throughout the year: Note – Each of these individual lessons will be introduced each week on the FIRST day of the week regardless of the actual day. p 105 3. – Confucius/John Locke.7 Using Chapter Titles.17 Using the Internet – Searching the World Wide Web. pg.9 Listening for Information – Black Death. Skill Enhancements and Resource Supplements to Teacher Resources provided by publisher In an attempt to reinforce and introduce new skills to the students. 127 3. 23 1. 43 PART 2 – Acquiring Information: Study Skills 2.Additional Topic and Unit Assignments. pg.4 Reading for Literal Meaning – Caste System of India and Africa. 111 3. etc. 15 1.18 Using the Newpaper – General Overview. pg.20 Using Newspapers – World Cities and Revolutions.16 Using Encyclopedia and Almanac – ABC’s of the Ancient and Modern Worlds.3 Recognizing Main Ideas – Confucius and Apartheid. pg 39 1. FIRST AND SECOND QUARTERS OF THE 2010 SCHOOL YEAR PART 1 – Acquiring Information: Reading Skills 1. the teachers will use the Basic Skill Series entitled World Cultures/World History as published by The Center for Learning. pg.Procedures and Materials Utilized Basic Skills Series . 71 PART 3 – Acquiring Information : Reference and Information Research Skills 3. Section Headings. pg. Previews. pg.19 Interpreting Editorial Cartoons – Political Symbols and NATO. 115 3. 57 2. pg.6 Using Textbook Effectively – Medieval and Renaissance Leaders. pg. 135 (6) .

R.22 Determining Location – Ancient Olympia.26 Analyzing Information – Feudalism and General Pinochet. pg. Medieval Life and World Leaders. 177 5. 185 5. pg. pg. 245 6. 153 4. pg. pg. 143 4.24 Using Scale – Silk/Incense Road and Trans-Siberian R. 227 6. 203 PART 6 – Exploring Interpersonal Relationships and Social Participation Skills 6. pg. 191 5.27 Distinguishing Between Fact/Opinon – Medieveal Guilds and Treaties..28 Recognizing Author Bias – Byzantine History and Christopher Columbus. pg. pg. 169 PART 5 – Acquiring and Using Information Skills 5.21 Using Graphics – Major Empires and 16th/17th Century Mexico. pg.37 Keeping Informed about People/Cultures – Current Events/World Issues. 255 6.25 Classifying Information – King Tut.32 Communicating Personal Beliefs and Feelings – Egyptian Tombs/20th Century Inventions. pg. 199 5. pg. pg.29 Decision Making – Children’s Crusade and Current African Problems.36 Interpersonal Relationships and Social Participation Skills – United Nations. 263 (7) .40 Developing Social and Political Participation Skills – Pen Pals.THIRD AND FOURTH QUARTERS OF THE 2010 SCHOOL YEAR PART 4 – Acquiring Information: Using Visual Materials 4.

2 – Retelling African Folktales. 3 PART 4 – Asia: The Near and Far East 4. Middle East and the Near East 2.Chapter 2: The Fertile Crescent PART 1 – World Studies 1. Middle School Series entitled World History and Geography – BOOK 1 September – 2 thru 18 .21 – Hammurabi’s Code of Law. pg. pg. pg. 35 2. pg.World History: Additional Topic and Unit Assignments. 27 2. Skill Enhancements and Resource Supplements to Teacher Resources provided by publisher Middle School Series – World History and Geography – The Center for Learning In an attempt to reinforce the textbook and lessons learned on a daily basis. pg. The following is a tentative schedule and outline of the implementation of this material on a consistent basis throughout the year: Note: The reinforcement materials will be utilized as necessary in conjunction with the lessons introduced each day in the classroom.4 – Egyptian Hieroglyphs. 153 September – 18 thru 30 – Chapter 3: Ancient Egypt and Nubia PART 2 – Africa.5 – Building the Suez Canal. the teachers will use the Middle School Series entitled World History and Geography as published by The Center for Learning. 19 (8) .1 – Note taking and how to begin organization of material.

People and Nations Reading: Roman Government Structure AND Geography of Italy Assignment: Critical Thinking: Roman Geography and Government Reading: Rise of the Republic Assignment: Compare/Contrast: Past government structures and present structures (9) .October – 1 thru 12 – Chapter 4: Ancient India PART 4 – Asia: The Near and Far East 4.10 – The Silk Road.2 – European Architectural Scavenger Hunt. 123 4.19 – The Mughal Empire of India October – 13 thru 26 – Chapter 5: Ancient China Part 4 – Asia: The Near and Far East 4. pg.Teachings of Confucius. pg.18 – India’s Caste System. 19 2. 27 PART 4 – Asia: The Near and Far East 4.13 – The Terra-Cotta Army. pg. 97 4. 137 November – 11 thru 24 – Chapter 8 and 9: Ancient Rome SOURCE: World History . pg. 75 October – 27 thru November 10 – Chapter 6 and 7: Ancient Greece SOURCE: Middle School Series entitled World History and Geography – BOOK 2 PART 2 – Europe 2.20 – Alexander the Great.12 – The Opium War: Clash of Opinions. pg.14 . pg. 85 4. 91 4. pg. pg.3 – Greek Drama and Plays.

pg.2 .16 – Japanese Arts.23 – The Fifth Pillar of Islam. 161 4.2 – Creating a Renaissance.24 – A Passport to Asia. 67 2. pg. pg. 109 January 25 thru February 5 – Chapter 14: Europe in the Middle Ages SOURCE: Middle School Series entitled World History and Geography – BOOK 2 PART 2 – Europe 2. pg. pg.2 – Charlemagne: Frankish King. pg.November – 30 thru December 8 – Chapter 10: Byzantine and Muslim Civilizations SOURCE: Middle School Series entitled World History and Geography – BOOK 2 PART 4 – Asia: The Near and Far East 4. 171 December – 9 thru 18 – Chapter 13: Civilizations of Asia PART 4 – Asia: The Near and Far East 4. 37 2.22 – The Arab/Israeli Conflict.Life in Medieval England: Castles and Knights.2 – France: Great Artists. 41 February – 8 thru February 16 – Chapter 15: Renaissance and Reformation PART 2 – Europe 2. 177 4. 105 4. pg. pg. 71 (10) .15 – Japanese Festivals. pg.

64 March – 16 thru March 26 – Chapter 19: Enlightenment and Political Revolutions PART 2 – Europe 2. pg.9 – Peter The Great. pg. 61 2.14 – World War II.8 – Napoleon. 85 2. 177 March – 1 thru March 15 – Chapter 18: Rise of Monarchies SOURCE: Middle School Series entitled World History and Geography – BOOK 2 PART 2 – Europe 2.February – 17 thru February 26 – Chapter 16: European Exploration of Africa and Asia SOURCE: Middle School Series entitled World History and Geography – BOOK 1 PART 4 – Asia: The Near and Far East 4. pg.24 – Passport to Asia and Resources.11 – Age of Exploration April – 26 thru May 7 – Chapter 21: World Wars and Revolutions PART 2 – Europe 2. 103 May – 10 thru May 21 – Chapter 22: The World Today (11) . 93 April – 12 thru April 23 – Chapter 20: Changing World PART 2 – Europe 2. pg.13 – The Industrial Revolution. pg.12 – The Enlightenment. pg.

Teacher discretion will be used on a chapter by chapter basis. 31/32 in T. Writing Activity – Text .3 – Legacy of Mesopotamia a. but are not limited to: Section Summary Questions.Curriculum Supplemental Resources: ALL SECTIONS WILL BE READ AND NOTES WILL BE TAKEN IN STANDARD OUTLINE FORMAT FOR BOTH 7th AND 8th GRADE THROUGHOUT THE YEAR! Clearly. Comprehension and Critical Thinking – Text – pg. Teacher Directed Questions. etc. SM = Supplemental Material) Chapter 1. TR = Teacher’s Resource. Guided Reading/Review – T. – pg. Section quiz (as a wksht) – pg. Section quiz (as a wksht) – pg. pg.1 – Land Between Two Rivers a. Section quiz – pg. R. 35 c. 56 (12) . (Please note: Text =Textbook. 48 and 49 b. 57 b. 47 c. 42 Chapter 2. some of the items below can be used as class work and/or homework given the time needed for covering the material. Vocabulary and Identification concepts.pg.4 – Mediterranean Civilizations a. book b. Writing Activity – Text – pg. List major events in chronological order – History of Israelites. 58 Chapter 2.1 – The Iceman a. Primary Source reading – pg. 51 – Textbook b. 50 Chapter 2. 54 b.R. Guided Reading and Review – pgs. Additional materials and supplements will be used on a daily basis and will include.2 – Fertile Crescent Empires a. Section quiz – pg. Video – Discovery Channel – Iceman in the Alps Chapter 2.

pg.2 – Rulers of Ancient Egypt a. Section quiz – Teacher’s Resources.Chapter 2.5 – Judaism a. Section quiz (as a wksht) – TR. 59 Chapter 3. c. 16 Video Series – Polytheism in the Ancient World Chapter 3. 36 Chapter 3. 27 – TR b. Identifying Cause and Effect – TR.pg. Compare and Contrast Hinduism and Ancient Egyptian religion – Text. Section quiz – TR. pg. Analyzing maps – Text. 60 – Judaism beliefs b. b.1 – Geography of the Nile a. pg. pg. Reading Readiness Guide – TR. 20 Chapter 4. – pg. 56 (13) . Using Context Clues – Cause and Effect. pg. Guided Reading/Review – T. Reading Readiness Guide – TR. Guided Reading/Review. pg. 15 Writing Activity – Text – pg. 8 Chapter 3.R. pg. pg.4 – Egyptian Culture a. 54 Chapter 4. pg. Writing Activity – Text . 12 b.3 – Egyptian Religion a. pg. 57 b.2 – Hinduism in Ancient India a. d. Writing activity – Text – pg. 67 c. 73 c. pgs. Comprehension and Critical Thinking – Text – pg. Guided Reading and Review – TR. pg. 68 and 69 b.1 – Indus and Ganges River Valleys a. 117 b. Section quiz (as a wksht) – TR. 57 c. 39 Section quiz – pg.

Chapter 4. pg. c. Reading for Content – Text. Word Knowledge – TR. 71 Worksheet – TR. SR and Text. 100 b. b. pg. 16 c. pg.1 – Rise of Greek Civilization a. Understanding Effects – TR. 111 b.3 – Warring Kingdoms Unite a. d. 121 c. 158 Chapter 6. pg. Great Wall of China – SR Reading Readiness Guide – TR. pg. b. pg. 85 Chapter 4. pg. 106 Chapter 5. 112 Writing Activity – Achievements of China – Invention of Paper and Silk Road. Enrichment – TR. pg. Section quiz – TR. 85 Word Knowledge – TR. Identifying Main Ideas – TR.SR. pg. Section quiz – TR. pg.2 – Confucius and His Teachings a. c. Confucius The Man . pg. d. Recognizing Multiple Causes – TR.4 – Empires of Ancient India a. 119 c. 70 Chapter 5. Chapter 5. 70 Vocabulary Development – TR. Enrichment – TR. pg. pg. pg. Reteach vocabulary – TR. pg. pg. 15 b. pg. Section Reading Support – TR. Identify Implied Media Ideas – TR.3 – Beginnings of Buddhism a. 69 b. pg.1 – Geography of China’s River Valleys a. 117 Video Series. 8 (14) .

Identifying Contrasts – TR. 12 Chapter 7. pg. 242 (Roman Government) Video Notes and Comprehension – Video Series – Roman Empire Enhancement – TR. Making comparisons – TR. pg.3 – Spread of Greek Culture a. 14 Enrichment – TR. Compare and Contrast – TR. 188 Recognizing Sequence Words – TR. 88 Chapter 9. Writing Activity – Text and SR. pg. Video – Ancient Greece Society Chapter 8.2 – Life in Athens and Sparta a. Identifying Main Ideas – TR. pg. Writing Activity – Text.2 – Religion.1 – Roman Republic a. 89 Chapter 8. 129 c. pg. 57 c. b. and the Arts a. 227 b. Enrichment – TR. d. pgs. 16 and SR. pg. Writing Activity – Text. pg. 92 Section quiz – TR. Map Identifications – Text. Vocabulary Builder – Text. d. pg. c. 115 (Rich/poor Romans) b. Philosophy. pg. SR. pg. 216 b. pg. c. 125 (14) . pg. 58 Section quiz – TR.2 – Roman Empire a. pg. pg. pg.Chapter 6. 229 c. 203 b. 56 c.1 and 7. b. pg. Vocabulary Development – Text. 48 Chapter 7. Reading Guide – TR. pg. pg.1 – Fate of Rome a. Reading Guide – TR.

Word Knowledge – TR. 127 Section quiz – TR. Preview and Ask Questions – TR. pg.Chapter 9. History Video Library Chapter 10. 118 (Christianity and the Roman Empire) Chapter 9.3 – Fall of Rome a. 18 Chapter 11. e. 297 (Beginnings of Islam) Enrichment – TR. c. Constantinople – Video Series Reading Preview and Comprehension – TR. pgs. pg. 124 Video – Demise of the Romans. SM.1 – Geography of Africa a. d. c. Maps skills and interpretation – Text. pg. pg. d. 121 (15) . History of Our World. pg. b. pg. 310 b. 10 Chapter 10. 265 (Spread of Christianity) Identifying Supporting Details – TR. d. c. pg.2 – Christianity and Roman Empire a. b.1 – Byzantine Empire a. Preview and Predict – TR. pg. Writing Activity – Text. pg. b. pg. pg. 128 Section quiz – TR. pg.2 – Beginnings of Islam a. pg. 20 Guided Reading – TR. 16 b. pg. 276 (Discuss the Fall of Empire) Vocabulary – TR. pg. Writing Activity – Text. c.3 – Muslim Civilization a. Vocabulary Builder – TR. pg. 135 Word Knowledge – TR. 32 c. 12 Writing Activity – TR. pg. 23 Chapter 10. 10 Section quiz – TR. Section – TR. pg. pg. Guided Instruction – TR. d. pg. 120 Guided Reading – TR. b. 37 c. 19 Supporting Details – TR.

pg. c. pg. 16 Identifications/Vocabulary –TR. pg. d. 126 Chapter 13. Recognizing Signal Words in Comprehension – TR. 51 Chapter 13. c. 32 Writing Activity – TR and Text. pg. Reading Sequential Items – TR. 14 Chapter 14. Identifying Cause and Effect – TR. pg. “Feudal Life in the Middle Ages” Group writing activity – TR and Text.1 – Feudalism and the Manor System a. d. pg. 9 Section quiz – TR. 49 Paraphrasing – TR. 134 c. pg. pg. pg. b. pg. c. Section quiz – TR. pg. 151. Video program – TR. pg. d. 26 Section quiz –TR. 133 b. 60 Section quiz – TR. b. Reading Readiness – TR. 57 Enrichment – TR.3 – The Crusades a.2 – The Church and Rise of Cities a. pg. Primary Source Reading – TR and Text. pg.3 – Mughal Empire in India a. b. 10 Chapter 14.2 – Kingdoms of West Africa a.Chapter 11. pg.2 – Medieval Japan a. pg. 23 Reading Support – TR. 14 Enrichment – TR. pg. 131 b. b. 36. 413 (16) . pg. 383 Chapter 14. Identifying Sequences – TR. 12 Reading Readiness Guide – TR. Word Knowledge – TR. pg. pg. d. pg. 28 – 31. 379 c. c. 395 Review Reading Guide – TR. pg. Writing Activity – Text.

c. 452 Independent Practice – Text. Writing Workshop – TR and SM. d. Protestants and European Spread Chapter 15. Leonardo da Vinci – TR and SM. Reading Guide and Critical Thinking – SM. Vocabulary Development – TR.3 – Martin Luther and Reformation a. c. 422 c. pg. pg. pg. 90 Comprehension/Critical Thinking – Text. 34. b. 78 Chapter 16. pg. d. pg. Word Knowledge – TR.2 – Renaissance Moves North a. pg. Target Reading Skills – TR and Text. pg. 67 c. pg.1 – Renaissance and Reformation a. Vocabulary Development – TR and Text.1 – European Exploration Begins a. pg. d. pg.Chapter 14. pg. pg.4 – Power of Kings a. 78 Video – Catholics vs. 50 Chapter 15.4 – Reformation Ideas Spread a. pg. b. 443 Reading Guide – TR. 22 Chapter 15. c. pg. Section quiz – TR. 19 – 21 b. 462 (17) . Writing Activity – TR. Recognize Multiple Causes – TR. 52 b. pg. pg. 433 Identifying Cause and Effect – TR. 77 b. pg. Section quiz – TR. 63 Section quiz – TR. 58 Chapter 15. b. 456 Reading Guide – TR. 57 Section quiz – TR. pg. pg. Biography. 78 Writing Activity – TR.

Preview Reading and Purpose – TR. 474 Chapter 18. 54 (20) . 470 Section quiz – TR. Enrichment – TR.Spain a.3 – Monarchies: Russia. d.TR. pg. 66 Section Reading Support – TR and Text. pg. b. pg. pg. b. 20 Writing Activity – Text. pg. Guided Instruction – TR. Target Reading Skills – Text. 10 c. d. 53 Section Quiz – TR. Austria a. 96 Chapter 16. pg.1 – Revolutions – The Enlightenment a. c. 28 b. pg. pg. d. Section Quiz – TR. c.1 – Rise of Monarchies . 525 Chapter 19. 17 Purposes for Reading – TR. pg. 475 c. 83 Reading Readiness – TR. pg. b. 38 Purpose for Reading – TR.2 – France Power and Kings a. pg. 12 Cause and Effect – TR. Independent Practice – TR. 98 Writing Activity – Text. pg. 524 Section Quiz – Text. 41 Writing Activity – Text. 24 Assessing a Speech . Key Terms and Identifications – TR and Text. Guided Reading and Review – TR pg. pg.3 – Europe Explores East Asia a. b. Writing Activity – Text. c. pg. 515 Chapter 18. Using Context Clues and Meanings – TR. pg. and SM pg.Chapter 16. pg 28 Chapter 18. pg. pg. 472 b. pg. d. Prussia.2 – Europeans in India and Southeast Asia a. c. pg.

579 Section Quiz – TR. pg. Section Quiz – TR. c. d. pg. 229 – 230 Section Quiz – Text. 586 b. pg. d. 105 Chapter 20. d.Chapter 19. Build Background Knowledge – TR. pg. pg. pg. Summaries – Text. Teaching Readiness Guide – TR. 97 Target Skills – TR. c. pg. Target Reading Skills – Text.1 – A Changing World – Nationalism/Expansion in Europe a. pg. pg. c. pg. pg. 63 Chapter 19. 223 Section Quiz – TR. pg. 67 Recognizing Literal and Nonliteral Meanings – TR. 99 Writing Activity. 112 Chapter 20.2 – Political Revolutions a. 122 Identifying Supporting Details – TR. pg. 550 Writing Activity – TR. b. 55 Writing Activity Assessment – Text. b. 95 Enrichment – TR and SM. b. 547 Assessing Writing and Primary Source – TR. 545 Chapter 19. pg.2 – Imperialism in Africa/Middle East a. Assessing a Newspaper Article – TR and SM. 106 (21) . 550 Cause and Effect – TR and SM. 38 Reteach – TR and SM. pg. d. pg. pg. b. pg. 557 Chapter 20.3 – Age of Napoleon a.4 – Early Industrial Age a.3 – Imperialism in Latin America and Asia a. pg. pg. pg. Writing Activity – Opinions and Facts – Text and TR. d. Independent Practices – TR. c. 540 Comprehension Ideas – TR and SM. b. 118 Guided Instruction – TR. pg. c.

625 Summarize – Text. 56 Paraphrase – Text. pg. pg. 607 Chapter 21. 233 Video . Terms and Meanings – Text. b. 36 Video – The World At War.1 – World Today – Europe/North America a. SM and Text. b.2 – Latin America a. d. pg. e. 600 Order of Events – Writing – Text. b. pgs. pg. d. Section Quiz – TR.613 c. b.The World At War. 54 Writing Activity – TR. Purpose for Reading. pg. Writing Activity – Text.2 – Russian Revolution a. pg. Assessing Newspaper Articles – SM. pg. 624 Review and Assess – Text. Vocabulary and Reading Readiness – TR. Cause and Effect – TR. e. Identifying International Differences – SM – Newspapers c. pg. pg. Various b. 16 b.4 – World War II a. 37 Chapter 21.1 – World War I a. d. pg. 594 – 598 Writing Summaries – TR and Text. pg. 606 Drawing Inferences – Text. pg. PBS series Chapter 22. 599 Section Quiz – TR. c. c. pg. 625 Section Quiz – TR. Cause and Effect – TR. 640 Section Quiz – TR. TR. pgs. 635 – East/West Germany Chapter 22. 606 Reading Readiness Guide – Text.3 – Crises Around the World a. pg. pg. Text and SM. 640 Summarize – TR.Chapter 21. Writing Activity – Text. pg. c. c. PBS Series Chapter 21. 641 (22) . pg. pg. d. pg.

d. Standardized Prep sections are available at the end of each Chapter for student practice and review. “Skills for Life” Sections are also available in student textbooks throughout each Chapter and should be used as reinforcement lessons for homework/classwork. 3. pg. Examples of supplemental resources are contained on the pages following these notes. 659 Section Quiz – TR. students should have ample opportunity to use these sections at least every other Chapter that is covered throughout the course of the year. 650 d.5 – The World in a New Century a. 659 Recall – Text. Predictions – TR and Text. Connecting Content and Life. Most focus on skills such as: Making Predictions. 39 Chapter 22. Writing Activity – Text. 4. 650 Predictions – TR and Text. Primary Sources are also available in the back of the student and teacher’s version of the textbook. (23) . etc. pg.Chapter 22. pg. 43 Notes and Additional Items: 1. e. 41 Chapter 22. 649 c. pg. 650 Recall – Text. 658 Predictions – TR and Text. pg. e. 650 Section Quiz – TR. Writing Activity – Text. Section Quiz – TR. pg. The immediate goal will be for each teacher to utilize these practice sessions at least half the time throughout the school year. Writing Activity – Text.4 – Africa and Middle East a. c. In other words. 649 b. pg. c. 2. d. pg.3 – Africa and Asia a. pg. pg. pg. Recall – Text. pg. Making Inferences.

References. published by The Center for Applied Research and Learning 9. published by Time/Life Education. Resources and Bibliography Utilized 1. worksheets. National Geographic Channel and Education Resources for Teachers: website. The History Channel: website. resources. resources. published by Prentice Hall. tutorials. Scholastic News for Kids: NY Times Magazine Educational Supplement 7. tutorials. East and West. videos. 5. World History and Geography. tutorials. History of Our World textbook. published by The Center for Learning 3. videos. Geography Skills and Activities. dvd’s. resources. (24) . 6. 10. videos. etc. published by J. Basic Skills: World History/Geography . etc. tutorials. worksheets. dvd’s. videos. dvd’s. 11. 8. 2. worksheets. 4. Weston Walch. dvd’s. etc. etc. Makers of World History: Brief Biographies. published by The Center for Learning. Lost Civilizations. Discovery Channel: website. worksheets. resources. Arts and Entertainment Channel: website.

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Expand your chart by now comparing each of the above categories of Ancient Egypt with life here in the United States. Email it to me in Word format c. some of these social characteristics are passed on from one generation to the next without any change at all. Assignment: 1. typed. Be very specific in your comparison to the United States. 2. Print a neat. and social systems that define their common. organized copy for me. This is counted as a HOMEWORK and PROJECT grade. rituals. Makeup/Cosmetics/Hygiene e. Marriage b. there are also times when societies do change due to the influence of other cultures. Yet. Using the information in the handout and the spongy matter contained in your cranial cavity. Clothing g. Be sure to do well. Family c.Daily Life Egypt – New Kingdom Date: Egyptian Daily Life Background: As many of you know. Housing/Furniture h. 3. . Entertainment i. Powerpoint with nice colors (Please put this on a flashdrive!) b. Food d. Much like Ancient Egypt. many present day nations are no different. every civilization eventually develops traditions. You may use one of the following for your final copy: a. create a chart with the following category headings: a. Requirements: 1. Clearly. Hair/Jewelry f. Government structures 3. everyday existence. 2. Read the assigned handout and highlight/underline all important ideas/points.

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