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Pacing Time Period 1 Technological and Environmental Transformations (to c. 600 BCE) 3 weeks Content Big Geography and the Peopling of the Earth NJCCCS CPI SOC.912.6.1.12.B.1.a Relate regional geographic variations (e.g., climate, soil conditions, and other natural resources) to economic development in the New World.

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Essential Questions How did humans adapt their technology and culture to new climatic regions as they migrated out of East Africa to Eurasia, Australia, and the Americas? Skills Students will be able to explain how the use of fire transformed early humans lives. Assessment Vocabulary assignment Written and oral answers to study questions Written test Students will identify the ways in which tools were adapted to different environments from the Arctic to tropical regions. (This is completed through summer work that is submitted before the start of school.) Common Core Literacy RH.11-12.10. By the end of grade 12, read and comprehend history/social studies texts in the grade 11CCR text complexity band independently and proficiently. 21st Century Life & Careers

Students will analyze how different environments affected economic structures, focusing on kinship groups of hunter gathers who were either self-sufficient or engaged in trade. The Neolithic Revolution and Early Agricultural Societies How did the Neolithic revolution lead to the development of new and more complex economic and social systems? Students will compare and contrast the development of agriculture at different times in Mesopotamia, the Nile River Valley, SubSaharan Africa, Indus River Valley, the Yellow and Huang He Valleys, Papua New Guinea, Mesoamerica, and the Andes. Students will trace the development of pastoralism in AfroEurasia. Essay comparing preagricultural society to post-agricultural society Vocabulary assignment Study questions Chart comparing developments in each core region Written test RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a 9.1.12. A.1 Apply critical thinking and problemsolving strategies during structured learning experiences.

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Students will identify the different flora and fauna domesticated in different core regions and explain the influence of environment on domestication Students will evaluate the development of social political systems in response to the need to clear land and create water control systems to assist crop production. Students will explain the positive and negative effects of agricultural and pastoral practices on environmental diversity. Students will explain how pastoralism and agriculture led to a growing population. Students will analyze the development of specialization in labor, and social classes, including artisans, elites and warriors. Students will evaluate the impact of technological innovation on agricultural production, trade, and transportation including pottery, plows, woven textiles, metallurgy, and wheels. Students will analyze the development of elite groups that accumulated wealth and led to the development of hierarchical and patriarchal social systems. solve a problem.

SCI.9-12.5.10.12 B.2 - Use scientific, economic, and other data to assess environmental risks and benefits associated with societal activity.

How did agricultural and pastoral systems transform human societies?

RH.11-12.9. Integrate information from diverse sources, both primary and secondary, into a coherent understanding of an idea or event, noting discrepancies among sources.

9.1.12. A.1 Apply critical thinking and problemsolving strategies during structured learning experiences.

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Students will identify the location of the following civilizations: Mesopotamia, Egypt, Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa, Shang, Olmecs, and Chavin. Students will identify the characteristics that define a state: the mobilization of surplus labor and resources over large areas, the existence of a ruler with divine or quasi-divine support, and the existence of a military that supported that ruler. Students will identify the characteristics that enabled states to expand their territory and conquer surrounding states: greater access to resources, surplus food production, and growing populations. Students will identify these characteristics within Mesopotamia, Babylonia, and Egypt. Students will explain the links between pastoralism and the dissemination of new weapons and modes of transportation that affected agrarian civilizations. (e.g., chariots, horseback riding, compound bows, iron weapons) Students will identify examples of monumental architecture and urban planning.

The Development and Interactions of Early Agricultural, Pastoral, and Urban Societies

How did core and foundational civilizations develop in a variety of geographical and environmental regions where agriculture flourished? How and why did the first states develop in core civilizations?

Study questions Vocabulary assignment Written test

RH.11-12.4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including analyzing how an author uses and refines the meaning of a key term over the course of a text

9.1.12. A.1 Apply critical thinking and problemsolving strategies during structured learning experiences.

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How did culture play a significant role in unifying states through laws, language, literature, religions, myths, and art? Students will identify examples of how elites promoted arts and artisanship. (e.g., sculpture, painting, wall decoration) Discussion of art via the web: ziggurats, temples, pyramids, wall decorations RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem.

AR.9-12.1.2.12.1 Cultural and historical events impact art-making as well as how audiences respond to works of art.

Students will compare and contrast different systems of record keeping that arose in early civilizations

Comparison charts

Students will examine how legal codes reflected existing hierarchies and facilitated the rule of governments over people.

Comparison/ contrast of cuneiform, hieroglyphics, pictographs, alphabets.

RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem.

9.1.12.B.1 Present resources and data in a format the effectively communicates the meaning of the data and its implications for solving problems, using multiple perspectives.

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Students will evaluate how new religious beliefs had strong influences on later periods. Discussion of Code of Code of Hammurabi RH.11-12.8. Evaluate an authors premises, claims, and evidence by corroborating or challenging them with other information. 9.1.12. D.1 Interpret spoken and written communication within the appropriate cultural context. 9.1.12. A.1 Apply critical thinking and problemsolving strategies during structured learning experiences. 9.1.12. B.1 Present resources and data in a format that effectively communicates the meaning of the data and its implications for solving problems, using multiple perspectives.

Students will trace the development of trade expansion from local to regional and Tran regional.

Comp/con of Vedic religion, Hebrew monotheism, and Zoroastrianism -diagram

Students will analyze the expansion of social and gender hierarchies that accompanied the development of states and cities.

Maps showing the exchange of goods, ideas, and technology, between Egypt and Nubia and between Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley.

HE.9-12.2.4.12 A.1 - Investigate how different family structures, values, rituals, and traditions meet basic human needs.

Students will examine how literature reflected culture: Gilgamesh and Book of the Dead.

RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem. RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in

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diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem. RH.11-12.8. Evaluate an authors premises, claims, and evidence by corroborating or challenging them with other information.

Time Period 2 Organization and Reorganization of Human Societies (c. 600 BCE to c. 600 CE)

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The Development and Reorganization of Religious and Cultural Traditions

SOC.9-12.6.1.12. A.1.b Analyze how gender, property ownership, religion, and legal status affected political rights.

How did the codification and development of religious traditions unite individuals and provide codes of ethics by which to live?

Students will analyze the development of monotheistic Judaism, the codification of the Hebrew Scriptures, and the influence of Mesopotamian cultural and legal traditions, as well as the effects of conquest and diaspora of Jewish peoples around the Mediterranean & the Middle East. Students will analyze how the impact of beliefs in the Sanskrit scriptures formed the basis of Vedic religions (later Hinduism) and contributed to the development of a caste system and the importance of multiple manifestations of Brahma to promote teachings about reincarnation.

Discussion of Gilgamesh and Book of the Dead written essay responses

9.1.12. D.1 Interpret spoken and written communication within the appropriate cultural context.

Analysis of texts Vocabulary assignment Study questions Written tests Primary/secondary sources

SOC.912.6.1.12.D.14.e - Evaluate the role of religion on cultural and social mores, public opinion, and political decisions.

Students will analyze the development of the core beliefs of Buddhism, the role of Buddha and his followers, and the spread of the faith throughout Asia.

Analysis of Hindu scriptures written essays

RH.11-12.4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including analyzing how an author uses and refines the meaning of a key term over the course of a text RH.11-12.8. Evaluate an authors premises, claims, and evidence by corroborating or challenging

9.1.12. A.1 Apply critical thinking and problemsolving strategies during structured learning experiences.

9.1.12. D.1 Interpret spoken and written communication within the appropriate cultural

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SOC.912.6.1.12.D.14.e - Evaluate the role of religion on cultural and social mores, public opinion, and political decisions.

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How did new belief systems and cultural traditions which asserted universal truths emerge and spread? (main reading done over the summer) Students will analyze the core beliefs and writings of Confucianism and its promotion of social harmony, rituals and relationships in China. Analysis of Buddhist writings written essays them with other information. RH.11-12.5. Analyze in detail how a complex primary source is structured, including how key sentences, paragraphs, and larger portions of the text contribute to the whole. RH.11-12.5. Analyze in detail how a complex primary source is structured, including how key sentences, paragraphs, and larger portions of the text contribute to the whole. context. 9.1.12. D.1 Interpret spoken and written communication within the appropriate cultural context.

SOC.912.6.1.12.D.14.e - Evaluate the role of religion on cultural and social mores, public opinion, and political decisions.

Students will analyze the core beliefs of Daoism and its influence on Chinese politics and culture.

Analysis of Confucian texts written essays

9.1.12. D.1 Interpret spoken and written communication within the appropriate cultural context.

Students will analyze the origins and spread of Christianity, its spread through the Roman world, and its adoption as the faith of the Roman empire. SOC.912.6.1.12.D.14.e - Evaluate the role of religion on cultural and social mores, public opinion, and political decisions. Students will explain how core ideas on GrecoRoman philosophy and science emphasized logic, empirical observation, and the nature of political power and hierarchy.

Discussion of influence of Daoism on development of Chinese culture (medicine, poetry, metallurgy or architecture) Analysis of Christian texts

RH.11-12.5. Analyze in detail how a complex primary source is structured, including how key sentences, paragraphs, and

9.1.12.D.1 Interpret spoken and written communication within the appropriate cultural context.

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larger portions of the text contribute to the whole. Students will examine the development of monasticism and filial piety. Students will correlate the existence of Shamanism, animism, and ancestor veneration to peoples daily reliance on the natural world Illustrative examples of a region where ancestor worship persisted: Africa, East Asia, Andean region Students will analyze the effects of culture on distinct traditions in literature, drama, architecture, and sculpture. Greek play: Oedipus or Lysistrata Indian epic Distinct Architecture (web) : India, Greece, Rome

How did belief systems affect gender and social roles?

SOC.912.6.1.12.D.14.e - Evaluate the role of religion on cultural and social mores, public opinion, and political decisions.

How did other religions and cultural traditions continue outside of the codified and written belief systems in core civilizations?

How did cultural developments affect artistic expression?

The Development of States and Empires

Why did the number and size of key states and

Students will compare and contrast : Persian Empires, Qin and Han Empires, Maurya and Gupta Empires, Phoenician, Greek city-states, Roman Empire, Teotihuacan and Mayan city-states, and Moche Students will examine administrative institutions (centralized governments

Visuals on the web: architecture

Chart comparing names, main characteristics,

RH.11-12.4. Determine the meaning of

9.1.12.B.1 Present resources and data in a format the effectively communicates the meaning of the data and its implications for solving problems, using multiple perspectives. 9.1.12.D.1 Interpret spoken and written communication within the appropriate cultural context. 9.1.12.B.1 Present resources and

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empires grow through the imposition of political unity on regions with previously competing states? and elaborate legal systems and bureaucracies) in China/Persia/Rome/S. Asia. locations of Empires Analysis of Achaemenid, Parthian, of Sassanid Empires Vocabulary assignment Study questions Written test SOC.912.6.1.12.A.5.b - Assess the impact of governmental efforts to regulate industrial and financial systems in order to provide economic stability. How did new techniques of imperial administration develop from earlier political forms? Students will examine the use of diplomacy, supply lines, the building of fortifications, walls, and roads, and the incorporation of conquered peoples into imperial militaries Students will examine the role of roads and currency in the promotion of imperial. Students will explain the role of cities as centers of trade, religious ritual, and political administration Possible examples: Rome, Changan, Athens, Carthage, Constantinople, Persepolis Students will analyze the development of social hierarchies and specialization of labor. words and phrases as they are used in a text, including analyzing how an author uses and refines the meaning of a key term over the course of a text data in a format the effectively communicates the meaning of the data and its implications for solving problems, using multiple perspectives.

SOC.912.6.1.12.C.1.b Determine the extent to which natural resources, labor systems (i.e., the use of indentured servants, African slaves, and

Which social and economic features led to development in Afro-Eurasian and American empires?

Diagrams of cities

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immigrant labor), and entrepreneurship contributed to economic development in the American colonies

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SOC.912.6.2.12.D.1.b Compare slavery practices and other forms of coerced labor or social bondage common in East Africa, West Africa, Southwest Asia, Europe, and the Americas.

Students will analyze the role of various methods to promote food production and the rewarding of elites Students will examine the role of patriarchy in shaping family and gender relations.

Discussion of : corvee, slavery, rents/tributes, peasant communities, family and household production

RH.11-12.4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including analyzing how an author uses and refines the meaning of a key term over the course of a text

Why did political, cultural, and administrative difficulties lead to the decline and collapse of the Roman, Han, Persian, Mauryan, and Guptan Empires and the development of successor empires and states?

Students will analyze the environmental damage created by the mobilization of resources and the effects of concentrating wealth in the hands of elites. Students will analyze the effects of security issues along imperial frontiers.

Comparison/contrast chart of impact of deforestation, desertification, soil erosion, and silted rivers

RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order

9.1.12. B.1 Present resources and data in a format the effectively communicates the meaning of the data and its implications for solving problems, using multiple

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to address a question or solve a problem. How climate, location of routes, typical trade goods, and ethnicity shaped the distinctive features of Eurasian Silk Roads, Trans-Saharan caravan routes, Indian Ocean sea lanes, and Mediterranean sea lands How yokes, saddles, and stirrups permitted the use of domesticated pack animals (horses, oxen, llamas, and camels) to transport goods Comparison/contrast chart: Han/Xiongnu, Gupta/White Huns. Romans/barbarians perspectives.

Emergence of Networks of Communication and Exchange

SOC.912.6.1.12.B.1.a - Relate regional geographic variations (e.g., climate, soil conditions, and other natural resources) to economic development

How did geography influence the development of transregional trade, communication, and exchange networks in the Eastern Hemisphere?

Maps/charts Vocabulary assignment Written test Study questions

RH.11-12.4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including analyzing how an author uses and refines the meaning of a key term over the course of a text

9.1.12. A.1 Apply critical thinking and problemsolving strategies during structured learning experiences.

How did new technologies facilitate longdistance communication and exchange?

How innovations in maritime technologies (lateen sail, dhow ships), as well as advanced knowledge of monsoon winds, improved trade along routes between E. Africa and E. Asia

9.1.12. F.6 Relate scientific advances (e.g., advances in medicine) to the creation of new ethical dilemmas.

SOC.912.6.1.12.B.6.a - Determine the role geography played in gaining access to raw materials and

Students will examine how the spread of crops (rice, cotton) encouraged innovations in farming and irrigation.

9.1.12.F.6 Relate scientific advances (e.g., advances in medicine) to

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finding new global markets to promote trade. SOC.912.6.1.12.B.6.a Determine the role geography played in gaining access to raw materials and finding new global markets to promote trade.

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Qanat system or other the creation of new ethical dilemmas.

How did trade routes lead to the exchange of peoples, technology, belief systems, crops, animals and diseases along networks of communication and exchange?

Students will analyze the negative impact of disease pathogens on urban populations and empires (Roman or Chinese)

SCI.9-12.5.5.12 A.4 - Relate disease in humans and other organisms to infections or intrinsic failures of system.

Students will examine the transformation of religious and cultural traditions (Christianity, Hinduism, and Buddhism) as they spread.

9.1.12.F.6 Relate scientific advances (e.g., advances in medicine) to the creation of new ethical dilemmas.

Students will trace the development of existing trade routes and powerful new cities devoted to trade: Silk Road, Mediterranean Sea, Trans-Sahara, Indian Ocean One illustrative example of a new trade city: Novgorod, Timbuktu, Swahili city-states, Calicut, Baghdad, Malaka, Venice, Tenochtitlan, Cahokia Regional and Transregional Interactions, 600 C.E. to 4 weeks Expansion and Intensification of Communication and Exchange SOC.912.6.1.12.B.1.a - Relate regional geographic How did improved transportation technologies and commercial Students will analyze the development of new trades routes centering on Mesoamerica and the Study questions Vocabulary assignment RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple 9.1.12.B.1 Present resources and data in a

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1450 Networks variations (e.g., climate, soil conditions, and other natural resources) to economic development in the New World.

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practices lead to increasing trade and expand the geographical range of existing and newly active trade networks? Andes Written test Compare and contrast chart of new cities, products, routes sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem. format the effectively communicates the meaning of the data and its implications for solving problems, using multiple perspectives.

SOC.912.6.1.12.B.6.a Determine the role geography played in gaining access to raw materials and finding new global markets to promote trade.

Students will evaluate how interregional trade in luxury goods was encouraged by innovations in transportation and commerce, including caravans, compasses, astrolabes, and larger ship designs, as well as new forms of credit and money. Luxury goods: silks and cotton, porcelain, spices, precious metals/gems, slaves, exotic animals Caravan organization: caravanserai or camel saddles Finance: bills of exchange, credit, checks, banking houses Students will examine the roles of state practices, trading organizations, and state-sponsored commercial infrastructures like the Grand Canal in China

Maps

SOC.912.6.2.12.C.1.d Determine the effects of increased global trade and the importation of gold and silver from the New World on

Art on the web: visuals

9.1.12.F.6 Relate scientific advances (e.g., advances in medicine) to the creation of new ethical

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inflation in Europe, Southwest Asia, and Africa. SOC.912.6.2.12.C.1.a Compare and contrast the economic policies of China and Japan, and determine the impact these policies had on growth, the desire for colonies, and the relative positions of China and Japan within the emerging global economy. SOC.912.6.2.12.C.6.c Assess the role government monetary policies, central banks, international investment, and exchange rates play in maintaining stable regional and global economies

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Minting of coins Use of paper money Hanseatic League Students will analyze the expansion of empires and their influence on TransEurasian trade and communication through the appropriation of new peoples and economies. China Byzantine Empire Caliphates Mongols dilemmas.

Vocabulary Study questions Written test

Students will correlate the intensification of longdistance trade routes and the development of environmental knowledge and technological adaptations to it. Environmental knowledge and technological adaption: Vikings use of long ships of travel on sea and rivers Arabs and Berbers use of camels to travel throughout North Africa Central Asian nomads use of horses to travel steppes Students will explain the environmental impact of major migrations. Bantu-speakers migration transmission of iron tech. And agricultural tech to Sub-Saharan Africa

9.1.12.F.6 Relate scientific advances (e.g., advances in medicine) to the creation of new ethical dilemmas.

How did the movement of peoples cause environmental and linguistic change?

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Migration of Polynesian peoples who cultivated transplanted foods and domesticated animals as traveled islands. Students will trace the diffusion and development of languages that accompanied migrations. Spread of Bantu languages, include. Swahili Spread of Turkic and Arabic languages Students will analyze the effects of the development and expansion of Islam and trace its growth throughout the Afro-Eurasian world as Muslims conquered new regions.

SCI.9-12.5.10.12 B.2 - Use scientific, economic, and other data to assess environmental risks and benefits associated with societal activity.

Migration maps

Linguistic maps

RH.11-12.4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including analyzing how an author uses and refines the meaning of a key term over the course of a text

How did crosscultural exchanges lead to the intensification of existing or the creation of new networks of grade and communication?

Students will analyze the development of diasporic communities and the cultural diffusion that accompanied them. Muslim merchant communities and the Indian Ocean region Chinese merchant communities in SE Asia Sogdian merchant

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communities in Central Asia Jewish merchant communities in Mediterranean, Indian ocean, Silk Road

Students will analyze the writings of at least one interregional traveler and explain the extent and limitations of intercultural knowledge and understanding, Xuanzang Students will evaluate the effects of the diffusion of literary, artistic, and cultural traditions. Neoconfucianism and Buddhism in E. Asia Islam in Sub-Saharan Africa and SE Asia Toltec/Mexica and Inca traditions in Meso- and Andean America Students will evaluate the effects of the diffusion of scientific and technological traditions. Return of Greek science and philosophy to W. Europe via al-Andalus in Iberia Spread of

Comparison essay Art on the web: visuals

Comparison essay: Ibn Battuta & Marco Polo

Essay on cultural limitations

RH.11-12.4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including analyzing how an author uses and refines the meaning of a key term over the course of a text

AR.9-12.1.2.12.A.2 - Justify the impact of innovations in the arts (e.g., the availability of music online) on societal norms and habits of mind in various historical eras.

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printing/gunpowder from E. Asia to Islamic Empires and W. Europe Students will examine how new foods and agricultural techniques were adopted throughout the region Bananas in Africa Rice varieties in E. Asia Spread of cotton, sugar, citrus throughout Dar-alIslam and the Mediterranean basin Students will evaluate the causes and effects of the spread of epidemic diseases along trade and military routes. Independent research: Greek & Indian mathematics Muslim scholars 9.1.12.F.6 Relate scientific advances (e.g., advances in medicine) to the creation of new ethical dilemmas.

Essay on spread of technology

HE.9-12.2.1.12 C.4 - Analyze and evaluate how healthy and unhealthy eating patterns impact the functioning of the human body, including healthy bone development and immune system functioning. SOC.912.6.2.12.C.6.d Determine how the availability of scientific, technological, and medical advances impacts the quality of life in different countries

How did trade routes lead to the spread of crops and pathogens in the Eastern Hemisphere?

Independent research on diet

9.1.12.F.6 Relate scientific advances (e.g., advances in medicine) to the creation of new ethical dilemmas.

Students will analyze how newly reconstituted governments combined traditional sources of power and legitimacy with innovations better suited to current events. Byzantine Empire, Sui/Tang/Song China Traditional power/legitimacy: patriarchy, religion, landowning elites Innovations: new methods

Maps showing disease routes

9.1.12.F.6 Relate scientific advances (e.g., advances in medicine) to the creation of new ethical dilemmas.

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of taxation, tributary systems, adaptations of religious institutions Students will analyze the emergence of Islamic states, Mongol Khanates, city-states, and decentralized governments in Europe and Japan. Islamic states: Abbasids, Muslim Iberia, Delhi Sultanates City states: Italy, east Africa, SE Asia, Americas

Continuity and Innovation of State Forms and Their Interactions

SOC.912.6.2.12.A.1.a - Compare and contrast the motivations for and methods by which various Empires (e.g., Ming, Qing, Spanish, Michal, or Ottoman) expanded, and assess why some were more effective than others in maintaining control of their empires SOC.912.6.2.12.C.1.a Compare and contrast the economic policies of China and Japan and determine the impact these policies had on growth, the desire for colonies, and the relative positions of China and Japan within the emerging global economy.

How and why did empires collapse and re-form? Which new states emerged?

Vocabulary Study questions Written test

Students will explain the synthesis of local and borrowed traditions by new states. Synthesis by city-states: Persian influences on Islamic states , Chinese influence on Japan

Students will trace the development of networks of city-states by the Maya, Aztecs, and Incas. Students will compare and contrast technological and cultural transfers between: Tang China/Abbasids Across Mongol empires

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TEC.9-12. Knowledge and understanding of human, cultural, and societal values are fundamental when designing technology systems and products in the global society Increased Economic productive Capacity and its Consequences TEC.9-12. Knowledge and understanding of human, cultural, and societal values are fundamental when designing technology systems and products in the global society.

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How did interregional contacts and conflicts between states and empires encourage significant technological and cultural transfer? During Crusades Students will evaluate the impact of technological innovation on agricultural production. Champa rice varieties Chinampa field systems Waru waru in the Andes Terracing techniques Horse collar Students will examine how increased demand for foreign luxury goods in Afro-Eurasia led to the transfer of crops from indigenous regions to equivalent climates in other regions. Written test Vocabulary assignment RH.11-12.4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including analyzing how an author uses and refines the meaning of a key term over the course of a text 9.1.12.A.1 Apply critical thinking and problemsolving strategies during structured learning experiences. Continuity and Change over Time Essay on cultural transfers and change over time

How did innovations lead to agricultural and industrial production in many regions?

Students will assess the development of textile and porcelain exports in China, Persia, and India, and the industrial production of iron and steel in China. Students will assess the impact of invasions, disease, lost agricultural productivity, the Little Ice Age on urban declines.

Latitudinal maps

Continuity and Change over Time Essay on the markets for luxury goods in different regions

9.1.12.D.1 Interpret spoken and written communication within the appropriate cultural context.

How and why did cities rise and fall due to increased

Students will assess the impact on urban revival of the cessation of invasions,

Essay on impact of disease and agricultural

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urbanization, rising productivity, and expanding trade networks? the availability of safer, reliable transport, improved commerce and warmer temperatures (8001300), increased agricultural productivity and population growth, and larger sources of labor, Students will explain how both old and new cities functioned as centers of government, religious, and commerce. productivity

Flow charts

RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem.

Students will evaluate the effects of Free peasant agriculture Nomadic pastoralism Craft production and guilds Coerced and unfree labor Labor taxes Military obligations

Written essay on role of cities

HE.9-12.2.4.12 A.1 - Investigate how different family structures, values, rituals, and traditions meet basic human needs. SOC.9-

How did changes in labor management and religious conversion affect gender relations and family life?

Students will analyze the increased power and influence of women in Mongol regions, W. Africa, Japan, and SE Asia, even as patriarchy, class, and caste systems shaped societies. Students will assess the

Essay on changes in family life

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12.6.1.12.A.1.b - Analyze how gender, property ownership, religion, and legal status affected political rights.

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causes and effects of the development of new forms of coerced labor and the rise of resistance among free peasants, as well as the increased demand for slaves. Byzantine and Chinese slave revolts Students will evaluate how the diffusion of Buddhism, Christianity, Islam and Neoconfucianism affected family relations and gender structure.

SOC.912.6.2.12.D.1.b - Compare slavery practices and other forms of coerced labor or social bondage common in East Africa, West Africa, Southwest Asia, Europe, and the Americas. SOC.912.6.1.12.A.1.b Analyze how gender, property ownership, religion, and legal status affected political rights. Global Interactions, c. 1450-c. 1750 4 weeks Globalizing Networks of Communications and Exchange How did the new global circulation of goods create an intensification of all existing regional trade networks that brought prosperity and economic disruption to economic systems in the Indian ocean, Mediterranean, Sahara, and

9.1.12. D.1 Interpret spoken and written communication within the appropriate cultural context.

New tools: astrolabe Revised maps Innovations in ship design: caravel

Vocabulary Study questions Written test

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SOC.912.6.2.12.C.6.d Determine how the availability of scientific, technological, and medical advances impact the quality of life in different countries

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Eurasia? Why did European technological developments in cartography and tools which built on classical, Islamic, and Asian knowledge and included the production of new tools, innovations in ship designs, and an improved understanding of global wind and currents make transoceanic travel and trade possible? Why did transoceanic maritime reconnaissance occur during this time period? Official Chinese maritime activity expanded in to the Indian Ocean under the leadership of Zheng He and enhanced Chinese prestige. Vocabulary Written test Visual and written sources Essay on maritime technology RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem. 9.1.12.A.1 Apply critical thinking and problemsolving strategies during structured learning experiences.

SOC.912.6.2.12.C.1.e Determine the extent to which various technologies, (e.g., printing, the marine compass, cannonry, Arabic numerals) derived from Europe's interactions with Islam and Asia provided the necessary tools for European exploration and conquest.

Portuguese development of a school for navigation led to increased travel to and trade with West Africa, and led to the construction of a global trading-post empire. Spanish sponsorship of the Columbus voyages and later trans-Pacific voyages dramatically increased European interest in transoceanic travel and trade.

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SOC.912.6.2.12.C.1.e Determine the extent to which various technologies, (e.g., printing, the marine compass, cannonry, Arabic numerals) derived from Europe's interactions with Islam and Asia provided the necessary tools for European exploration and conquest.

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Northern Atlantic crossing for fishing and settlement continued and spurred European searches for new routes to Asia.

SOC.912.6.2.12.C.1.c - Assess the role of mercantilism in stimulating European expansion through trade, conquest, and colonization.

Why did royal chartered European monopolies facilitate global circulation of goods, whereas regional markets continued to flourish in AfroEurasia by using current commercial

The relative absence of European investigation of Oceania and Polynesia produced few changes in regional exchange and communication networks. European merchants role in Asia trade was characterized mostly by transporting goods from one Asian country to another market in Asia or the Indian Ocean region. Commercialization and the creation of a global economy were closely connected to new global circulation of silver from the Americas.

Essay on impact of trade on both regions

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practices and new transoceanic shipping services? Mercantilism led to the creation of joint-stock companies, which were used by European rulers to control their domestic and colonial economies and by European merchants to compete against one another in global trade. The Atlantic system involved the movement of goods, wealth, and free and unfree laborers, and the mixing of African, American, and European cultures and peoples.

SOC.912.6.2.12.C.1.c - Assess the role of mercantilism in stimulating European expansion through trade, conquest, and colonization

Diagrams of relationships between companies, rulers

RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem.

SOC.912.6.1.12.C.1.b Determine the extent to which natural resources, labor systems (i.e., the use of indentured servants, African slaves, and immigrant labor), and entrepreneurship contributed to economic development in the

European colonization of the Americas led to the spread of eastern hemisphere diseases among native Americans, as well as the transfer of vermin Smallpox, measles, influenza, mosquitoes, rats

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American colonies SOC.912.6.2.12.D.1.a Assess the political, social, and economic impact of the Columbian exchange of plants, animals, ideas, and pathogens on Europeans and Native Americans.

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How did new connections between Eastern and Western hemispheres lead to the Columbia exchange? American foods became staple crops in various parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa. Cash crops were grown on plantations with forced labor and were exported mostly to Europe and the Middle East. American foods: potatoes, maize, manioc Cash crops: sugar, tobacco Map of Columbian exchange RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem.

SOC.912.6.2.12.D.1.a Assess the political, social, and economic impact of the Columbian exchange of plants, animals, ideas, and pathogens on Europeans and Native Americans

Afro-Eurasian fruit trees, grains, sugar, and domesticated animals were brought by Europeans to the Americas, while other foods were brought by African slaves. Animals: horses, pigs, cattle Foods brought by slaves: okra, rice Populations in AfroEurasia benefited nutritionally from the increased diversity of American food crops.

SOC.912.6.2.12.D.1.b - Compare slavery practices and other forms of coerced labor or social bondage common in East Africa, West Africa, Southwest Asia, Europe, and the Americas.

European colonization and the introduction of

Charts, maps

RH.11-12.7. Integrate and

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European agriculture and settlement practices in the Americas often affected the physical environment through deforestation and soil depletion. evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem. Creation of topographical maps re: environmental change

SOC.912.6.2.12.B.6.a Determine the global impact of increased population growth, migration, and changes in urbanrural populations on natural resources and land use. SOC.912.6.1.12.D.14.e - Evaluate the role of religion on cultural and social mores, public opinion, and political decisions.

As Islam spread throughout Afro-Eurasia, it adapted to local cultural practices, the split between Sunni and Shia traditions intensified, and Sufi practices became more widespread.

Why did the increase in interaction between newly connected hemispheres and intensification of connections within hemispheres expand the spread and reform of existing religions and create syncretic belief systems and practices?

Christianity continued to spread throughout the world and was increasingly diversified by the process of diffusion and the Reformation.

Comparison/contrast charts

RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem. 9.1.12.A.1

Buddhism spreads within

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Asia. Reformation Christianity Vocabulary Study questions Written test Syncretic and new forms of religion developed. Vodun, cults of saints in Latin America, Sikhism in S. Asia Innovations in visual and performing arts occurred worldwide. Renaissance art in Europe Miniature paintings in ME and S. Asia Wood-block prints in Japan Post-conquest codices in Mesoamerica Why did increases in profits and taxes lead to increased funding for the visual and performing arts, even for the general public? Literacy expanded and was accompanied by the proliferation of popular authors, literary forms, and works of literature in AfroEurasia. Shakespeare Cervantes, Sundiata Journey to the West Kabuki RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem. RH.11-12.5. Apply critical thinking and problemsolving strategies during structured learning experiences.

SOC.912.6.1.12.D.14.e - Evaluate the role of religion on cultural and social mores, public opinion, and political decisions

SOC.912.6.2.12.D.4.k Analyze how the arts represent the changing values and ideals of society

Visuals: art on the web comparison/contrast essay

Peasant labor intensified in

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many regions Frontier settlement in Russian Siberia Cotton textile production in India Silk textile production in China Analyze in detail how a complex primary source is structured, including how key sentences, paragraphs, and larger portions of the text contribute to the whole. Vocabulary Study Questions Written test

New Modes of Social Organization and Modes of Production

Why did growing global demand for raw materials and finished products both led to and result from changes and increased in traditional peasant agriculture, plantations, and global demands for labor? SOC.912.6.2.12.D.1.b - Compare slavery practices and other forms of coerced labor or social bondage common in East Africa, West Africa, Southwest Asia, Europe, and the Americas. SOC.912.6.2.12.D.1.b - Compare slavery practices and other forms of coerced labor or social bondage common in East Africa, West

Slavery in Africa continued both the traditional incorporation of slaves into households and the export of slaves to the Mediterranean and Indian Ocean.

Growth of plantation agriculture led to increased demand for slaves in the Americas.

Essay

Colonial economies in the Americas depended on a range of coerced labor. Chattel slavery Indentured servitude Encomienda and hacienda systems

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Africa, Southwest Asia, Europe, and the Americas. SOC.912.6.2.12.D.1.b - Compare slavery practices and other forms of coerced labor or social bondage common in East Africa, West Africa, Southwest Asia, Europe, and the Americas.

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Spanish use of Inca mita

Imperial conquests and widening global economic opportunities contributed to the formation of new political and economic elites. Manchus in China Creole elites in Spanish America European gentry Urban commercial entrepreneurs in major port cities worldwide The power of existing political and economic elites fluctuated as they confronted new challenges to their ability to affect the policies of the increasingly powerful monarchs and leaders. Zaminders in Mughal Empire Nobility in Europe Daimyo in Japan

SOC.912.6.2.12.A.1.a - Compare and contrast the motivations for and methods by which various empires (e.g., Ming, Qing, Spanish, Mughal, or Ottoman) expanded, and assess why some were more effective than others in maintaining control of their empires SOC.912.6.2.12.A.1.a - Compare and contrast the motivations for and methods by which various empires (e.g., Ming, Qing, Spanish, Mughal, or Ottoman) expanded, and assess why

How did changes in new social and political elites led to the structuring of new ethnic, racial, and gender hierarchies?

Some gender and family restructuring occurred, including demographic changes in Africa that resulted form the slave trade. Dependence of European men on SE Asia women to conduct trade in the region Smaller size of European

Vocabulary Study Questions Written test

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some were more effective than others in maintaining control of their empires SOC.912.6.1.12.A.1.b - Analyze how gender, property ownership, religion, and legal status affected political rights SOC.912.6.2.12.D.1.e Assess the impact of economic, political, and social policies and practices regarding African slaves, indigenous peoples, and Europeans in the Spanish and Portuguese colonies AR.9-12.1.2.12.1 Cultural and historical events impact art-making as well as how audiences respond to works of art.

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families

Massive demographic changes in the Americas led to new ethnic and racial classifications: Mestizos Mulattoes Creoles

Rulers used the arts to display their political power and to legitimate their rule Monumental architecture Urban design Courtly literature Visual arts

State Consolidation and Imperial Expansion

How did rulers legitimize and consolidate their power?

Rulers used religious ideas to legitimize their rule. European notions of divine right Safavid use of Shiism Aztec use of human sacrifice Songhai promotion of Islam Chinese emperors public performance of Confucian rituals

Vocabulary assignment Document analysais Written test; essays

RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem.

9.1.12.A.1 Apply critical thinking and problemsolving strategies during structured learning experiences.

SOC.912.6.1.12.A.1.b - -

States treated different ethnic and religious groups

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Analyze how gender, property ownership, religion, and legal status affected political rights

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in ways that utilized their economic contributions while limiting their ability to challenge the authority of the state. Ottoman treatment of nonMuslim subjects Manchu policies toward Chinese Spanish creation of the Republica de Indios Recruitment and use of bureaucratic elites, as well as the development of military professionals, became increasingly common among rulers who wanted to maintain centralized control over their populations and resources. Ottoman devshirme Chinese examination system Salaried Samurai Rulers used tribute collection and tax farming to generate revenue for territorial expansion. Europeans established new trading-post empires in Africa and Asia, but these empires affected the power of the states in interior West and Central Africa some current and/or past world leaders have had a greater impact on people and society than others, regardless of their countries of origin.

SOC.912.6.1.12.A.1.b - Analyze how gender, property ownership, religion, and legal status affected political rights

Primary source documents

9.1.12.C.3 Explain why some current and/or past world leaders have had a greater impact on people and society than

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others, regardless of their countries of origin. SOC.912.6.2.12.C.3.b Analyze interrelationships among the industrial revolution, nationalism, competition for global markets, imperialism, and natural resources. How did the use of gunpowder, canons, and armed trade enable nations to establish large empires in both hemispheres? Land empires expanded dramatically in size: Manchus Mughals Ottomans Russians

European states established new maritime empires in the Americas: Portuguese Spanish Dutch French British SOC.912.6.2.12.D.1.e Assess the impact of economic, political, and social policies and practices regarding African slaves, indigenous peoples, and Europeans in the Spanish and Portuguese colonies. SOC.912.6.2.12.C.3.b Analyze interrelationships among the industrial revolution, Omani-European rivalry in the Indian Ocean Piracy in the Caribbean Thirty Years War Ottoman-Safavid conflict Food riots Samurai Revolts Peasant uprisings

How did competition over trade routes, state rivalries, and local resistance all provide significant

There were many factors leading to the rise of industrial production. Atlantic Geographical distribution

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nationalism, competition for global markets, imperialism, and natural resources

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challenges to state consolidation and expansion? of coal, iron, and timber European demographic changes Urbanization Improved agricultural productivity Legal protection of private property Rivers and canals Access to foreign resources Accumulation of capital Development of machines made it possible to exploit energy resources, including fossil fuels (coal and oil) which increased the energy available to human societies.

Period 5: Industrialization and Global Integration, c. 1750 to c. 1900

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Industrialization and Global Capitalism

SOC.912.6.2.12.C.3.b Analyze interrelationships among the industrial revolution, nationalism, competition for global markets, imperialism, and natural resources

How did industrialization change how goods were produced?

Vocabulary Primary and secondary documents Essay on Industrialization Written Test

RH.11-12.4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including analyzing how an author uses and refines the meaning of a key term over the course of a text

9.1.12.A.1 Apply critical thinking and problemsolving strategies during structured learning experiences.

TEC.9-12 Technological advancements create societal concerns regarding the practice of safe, legal, and ethical behaviors SOC.912.6.2.12.C.3.b Analyze interrelationships among the industrial revolution, nationalism, competition for global markets, imperialism, and natural resources

Development of the factory system concentrated labor in a single location and led to an increasing degree of specialization of labor.

New methods of industrial production became more common in northwestern Europe and spread to other parts of Europe and the US, Russia, and Japan.

Documents on factory system/essay

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SOC.912.6.2.12.C.3.b Analyze interrelationships among the industrial revolution, nationalism, competition for global markets, imperialism, and natural resources SOC.912.6.2.12.C.3.b Analyze interrelationships among the industrial revolution, nationalism, competition for global markets, imperialism, and natural resources

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The 2nd Industrial Revolution led to new methods in the production of steel, chemicals, electricity, and precision machinery during the 2nd half of the 19th century. Comparative essay

The need for raw materials for factories and increased food supplies in urban centers led to the growth of export economies around the world that specialized in mass producing single material resources. Profits from these raw materials were used to purchase finished goods. Cotton, rubber, palm oil, sugar, wheat, meat, guano, metals and minerals

SOC.912.6.2.12.C.3.b Analyze interrelationships among the industrial revolution, nationalism, competition for global markets, imperialism, and natural resources

How did industrialists search for new materials and new markets lead to new patterns of global trade and production, as well as a new and more goods produced in factories?

Rapid development of industrial production contributed to the decline of economically productive, agriculturally based economies. Textile production in India

Chart/map showing global movement of goods

RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem.

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Rapid increased in productivity caused by industrial production encourage industrialized states to seek new consumer markets for their finished goods. British and French attempts to open the Chinese market during the 19th century Need for specialized and limited metals for industrial production, as well as gold, diamonds, and silver as wealth, led to the development of extensive mining centers. Copper mines in Mexico Gold, diamond mines in South Africa Ideological inspiration for economic changes lies in the development of capitalism and classical liberalism of Adam Smith and John Stuart Mill.

SOC.912.6.1.12.C.6.b Determine how supply and demand influenced price and output during the Industrial Revolution.

SOC.912.6.2.12.D.1.e Assess the impact of economic, political, and social policies and practices regarding African slaves, indigenous peoples, and Europeans in the Spanish and Portuguese colonies. SOC.912.6.1.12.C.6.b Determine how supply and demand influenced price and output during the Industrial Revolution.

Why did financiers develop and expand various financial institutions to facilitate investment and industrial production?

Financial instruments expanded. Stock markets Insurance Gold standard LLCs

Smith, Mill documents comparison essay

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SOC.912.6.1.12.C.6.b Determine how supply and demand influenced price and output during the Industrial Revolution.

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The global nature of trade and production contributed to the proliferation of large-scale transnational businesses. United Fruit Company HSBC Railroads Steamships Telegraphs Canals Workers in industrial states organized themselves to promote their interests, while others opposed capitalist exploitation of workers by promoting alternative visions of society: Utopian socialism Marxism Anarchism Some members of the governments in Qing China and the Ottoman Empire resisted economic change and attempted to maintain preindustrial forms of production. Anti-industrial literature In a few states, governments promoted their own state-sponsored visions of industrialization. Meiji economic reforms Tsarist Russian railroads and factories Self-Strengthening movement in China Muhammad Alis Trace rise of global corporations

What were major developments in transportation and communication?

SOC.912.6.1.12.C.6.b Determine how supply and demand influenced price and output during the Industrial Revolution. SOC.912.6.2.12.A.1.a Compare and contrast the motivations for and methods by which various empires (e.g., Ming, Qing, Spanish, Mughal, or Ottoman) expanded, and assess why

How did different regions and states respond to the development and spread of global capitalism?

Documents/essay

RH.11-12.5. Analyze in detail how a complex primary source is structured, including how key sentences, paragraphs, and larger portions of the text

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some were more effective than others in maintaining control of their empires SOC.912.6.2.12.A.1.a - Compare and contrast the motivations for and methods by which various empires (e.g., Ming, Qing, Spanish, Mughal, or Ottoman) expanded, and assess why some were more effective than others in maintaining control of their empires SOC.912.6.1.12.A.5.b Assess the impact of governmental efforts to regulate industrial and financial systems in order to provide economic stability

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development of the Egyptian cotton industry contribute to the whole.

Some governments. mitigated the negative effects of industrial capitalism by promoting various types of reforms. State pensions and public health in Germany Expansion of suffrage in Britain Public education

Vocabulary Study Questions Written test

New social classes, such as the middle and industrial working, developed.

9.1.12.C.3 Explain why some current and/or past world leaders have had a greater impact on people and society than others, regardless of their countries of origin. Discussion of Making of the English Working Class (extracts)

SOC.912.6.1.12.A.5.b Assess the impact of governmental efforts to regulate industrial and financial systems in order to provide economic stability SOC.9-

How did the fundamental restructuring of the global economy led to significant social transformation in industrialized states?

Family dynamics, gender roles, and demographic changed.

Rapid urbanization had

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12.6.1.12.A.1.b - Analyze how gender, property ownership, religion, and legal status affected political rights. SOC.912.6.2.12.B.3.b Relate the Industrial Revolution to population growth, new migration patterns, urbanization, and the environment. Imperialism and Nation-State Formation

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both negative and positive effects.

States with existing colonies strengthened their control over them. British in India Dutch in Indonesia

Why did industrial powers establish transoceanic empires?

European states, Japan, and the US established empires in Asia and the Pacific. British, Dutch, French, German, Russian empires European states used warfare and diplomacy to create African empires. British in W. Africa Belgian Congo

SOC.912.6.2.12.C.1.a Compare and contrast the economic policies of China and Japan, and determine the impact these policies had on growth, the desire for colonies, and the relative positions of China and Japan within the emerging global economy. SOC.912.6.2.12.B.1.a Explain major changes in world political boundaries between 1450 and 1770, and assess the

9.1.12.C.3 Explain why some current and/or past world leaders have had a greater impact on people and society than others, regardless of their countries of origin

In some regions, Europeans established settler colonies British in Africa, Australia, NZ French in Algeria

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extent of European political and military control in Africa, Asia, and the Americas by the mid-18th century. SOC.912.6.2.12.B.1.a Explain major changes in world political boundaries between 1450 and 1770, and assess the extent of European political and military control in Africa, Asia, and the Americas by the mid-18th century. SOC.912.6.2.12.D.1.d Explain how the new social stratification created by voluntary and coerced interactions among Native Americans, Africans, and Europeans in Spanish colonies laid the foundation for conflict SOC.912.6.2.12.D.3.c Compare and contrast China's and Japan's views of and responses to imperialism, and determine the effects of imperialism on the development and

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Industrialized states practice economic imperialism in other regions. British/French expansion of influence in China British/US investment in Latin America

The expansion of US and European influence over Tokugawa Japan led to Meiji Japan. Meiji Restoration documents

How did imperialism influence state formation and contraction around the world?

The US and Russia emulated Europeans by expanding their land borders and conquering neighboring territories.

RH.11-12.5. Analyze in detail how a complex primary source is structured, including how key sentences, paragraphs, and larger portions of the text

9.1.12.C.3 Explain why some current and/or past world leaders have had a greater impact on people and society than others, regardless of

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prosperity of each country in the 20th century

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contribute to the whole. Anti-imperialist resistance led to the contraction of the Ottoman Empire: Establishment of independent states in the Balkans Semi-independence in Egypt, French and Italian colonies in N. Africa Later British influence in Egypt SOC.912.6.2.12.A.1.a Compare and contrast the motivations for and methods by which various empires (e.g., Ming, Qing, Spanish, Mughal, or Ottoman) expanded, and assess why some were more effective than others in maintaining control of their empires New states developed on the edges of existing empires. Cherokee Nation Siam Hawaii Zulu Kingdom RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem. their countries of origin.

The development and spread of nationalism as an ideology fostered new communal identities. German nationalism Filipino nationalism Liberian nationalism Social Darwinism Chamberlain, Anti-Semitic literature

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SOC.912.6.2.12.D.3.d Analyze the extent to which racism was both a cause and consequence of imperialism, and evaluate the impact of imperialism from multiple perspectives.

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How did new racial ideologies facilitate and justify imperialism? Thinkers applied new ways of understanding the natural world to human relationships, encouraging observation and inference in all spheres of life. Voltaire Rousseau : essays (written RH.11-12.4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including analyzing how an author uses and refines the meaning of a key term over the course of a text RH.11-12.4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including analyzing how an author uses and refines the meaning of a key term over the course of a text

Nationalism, Revolution, Reform

Why did the rise and diffusion of Enlightenment ideas often precede revolutions and rebellions against existing governments?

Intellectuals critiqued the role of religion in public life and insisted on the primacy of reason. Candide

Vocabulary Study Questions Written test

Enlightenment thinkers developed new political ideas about the individual, natural rights, and the social contract. Locke Montesquieu Rousseau Ideas of Enlightenment thinkers influenced resistance to existing political authority, as reflected in revolutionary documents.

RH.11-12.4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including

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US Declaration of Independence Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen Bolivars Jamaica Letter study questions on development of human rights Enlightenment ideas led people to challenge existing notions of society, leading to the expansion of suffrage, the abolition of slavery, and the end of serfdom. analyzing how an author uses and refines the meaning of a key term over the course of a text

SOC.912.6.2.12.A.2.a Determine how the principle ideas of the enlightenment (e.g., rationalism, secularism, tolerance, empiricism, natural rights, contractual government, laissez-faire economics, promotion by merit, and new theories of education) altered political thought in Europe, and trace the impact of these ideas over time. Why, during the 18th century, did Subjects challenged the centralized imperial

Vocabulary Essay Written Test

RH.11-12.5. Analyze in detail how a complex primary source is structured, including how key sentences, paragraphs, and larger portions of the text contribute to the whole. RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem.

9.1.12.A.1 Apply critical thinking and problemsolving strategies during structured learning experiences.

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peoples around the world develop incipient notions of communality, linking cultural and linguistic heritage to the borders of the state, thus uniting diverse populations? Why did rising discontent with imperial rule lead to reformist and revolutionary movements? governments. Marantha challenge to Mughal Sultans

SOC.912.6.2.12.D.3.a - Explain how individuals and groups promoted revolutionary actions and brought about change during this time period.

American colonial subjects led a series of rebellions, which led to the emergence of the US, Haiti, and mainland Latin America, as well as the French Revolution. American, French, Haitian, Latin American revolutions/independence movements Slave resistance challenged American authorities. Maroon societies

SOC.912.6.2.12.D.3.a - Explain how individuals and groups promoted revolutionary actions and brought about change during this time period

The questioning of political authority and growing nationalism led to anticolonial movements.. Indian Revolt of 1857 Boxer Rebellion SOC.912.6.2.12.D.3.a - Explain how individuals and Some rebellions were influenced by religious ideas and millenarianism.

Role of violence in achievement of political goals essay

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groups promoted revolutionary actions and brought about change during this time period .SOC.912.6.2.12.D.3.a - Explain how individuals and groups promoted revolutionary actions and brought about change during this time period

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Taiping Rebellion Ghost dance Xhosa Cattle-Killing movement Responses to increasing #s of rebellions led to reforms in imperial policies. Tanzimat movement Self-Strenghtening movement RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem. 9.1.12.C.3 Explain why some current and/or past world leaders have had a greater impact on people and society than others, regardless of their countries of origin.

Comparison charts

SOC.912.6.1.12.A.1.a Explain how British North American colonies adapted the British governance structure to fit their ideas of individual rights, economic growth, and participatory government. SOC.912.6.1.12.D.2.d - Analyze arguments

Why did the global spread of European political and social thought and increasing numbers of rebellions create new transnational ideologies and solidarities?

Discontent with monarchical and imperial rule encouraged the development of such ideologies as liberalism, socialism, and communism. Demands for womens suffrage and an emergent feminism challenged political and gender hierarchies. Mary Wollstonecraft Olympe De Gouges Seneca Falls Convention Mill Changes in food production and improved medical conditions

Vocabulary Study Questions Written test

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for new womens roles and rights, and explain why 18thcentury society limited women's aspirations. SOC.912.6.2.12.B.5.c Determine the impact of migration on way of life (e.g., social, economic, and political structures) in countries of origin and in adopted countries.

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contributed to a significant global rise in population.

Global Migration

Why did demographic changes in both industrialized and unindustrialized societies that challenged existing living patterns lead to migration?

New modes of transportation led to internal and external migration to cities, which led to increasing global urbanization by 1900.

Vocabulary Change and Continuity Over Time Essay Written test

RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem.

9.1.12.A.1 Apply critical thinking and problemsolving strategies during structured learning experiences.

Many migrants freely went in search of work and economic opportunity. Manual laborers Specialized professionals The new global capitalist economy relied on coerced and semi-coerced labor migration. Slavery Chinese and Indian indentured servitude Convict labor

SOC.912.6.2.12.B.5.c Determine the impact of migration on way of life (e.g., social, economic, and political structures) in countries of origin and in adopted countries.

Why did migrants relocate?

Many migrants relocated permanently, but many temporary and seasonal migrants returned to their

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home societies. Japanese agricultural workers in the pacific Lebanese merchants in the Americas Italians in Argentina Because much labor was highly physical, migrants tended to be male, so women took on new roles in the home societies.

SOC.912.6.2.12.B.5.c Determine the impact of migration on way of life (e.g., social, economic, and political structures) in countries of origin and in adopted countries. SOC.912.6.2.12.B.5.c Determine the impact of migration on way of life (e.g., social, economic, and political structures) in countries of origin and in adopted countries.

Why did largescale migration, especially in the 19th century, produce a wide range of consequences and reactions to increasingly diverse societies, among both migrants and existing populations?

Migrants often created ethnic conclaves in different parts of the world, thus transplanting their cultures into new environments and developing migrant support networks. Chinese in SE Asia, Caribbean, S. America and N America Indians in E, S Africa, Caribbean, SE Asia Receiving societies did not always accept immigrants, thus leading to various degrees of ethnic and racial prejudice and states attempts to regulate the increased flow of immigrants. Chinese Exclusion Act White Australia Policy New modes of

Essay on changing gender roles

SOC.912.6.2.12.B.5.c Determine the impact of migration on way of life (e.g., social, economic, and political structures) in countries of origin and in adopted countries.

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communication and transportation virtually eliminated the problem of geographic distance. New scientific paradigms transformed human understanding of the world. Theory of relativity, quantum mechanics, Big Bang, psychology Freud, Einstein

Period 6: Accelerating Global Change and realignments, c. 1900 to the present

6 weeks

Science and the Environment

How did rapid advances in science spread throughout the world via development of new technology?

Vocabulary Essays Written test

SCI.9-12.5.2.12 B.1 - Examine the lives and contributions of important scientists who affected major breakthroughs in our understanding of the natural and designed world.

The Green Revolution produced food for the Earths growing population as it spread chemically and genetically enhanced forms of agriculture.

RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem. RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem.

9.1.12.A.1 Apply critical thinking and problemsolving strategies during structured learning experiences.

SCI.9-12.5.5.12 C.2 Explain how genetic material can be altered by natural and/or artificial means; mutations

Medical innovations increased the ability of humans to survive. Polio vaccine Antibiotics

Topographical maps analysis and discussion

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and new gene combinations may have positive, negative, or no effect on organisms or species. HE.9-12.2.3.12 A.2 - Evaluate the effectiveness of a medicine, considering the dosage, side effects, route of administration, cost, and benefits vs. risks.

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Artificial heart

Energy technology including the use of oil and nuclear power raised productivity and increased the production of material goods.

9.1.12.F.6 Relate scientific advances (e.g., advances in medicine) to the creation of new ethical dilemmas

SCI.9-12.5.10.12 B.1 - Assess the impact of human activities on the cycling of matter and the flow of energy through ecosystems

How did humans fundamentally change their relationship with the environment as the global population expanded at an unprecedented rate?

Humans exploited and competed over finite resources more intensely than ever before. Greenhouse gases and other pollutants led to global warming.

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SCI.9-12.5.8.12 C.3 - - Recognize that the evolution of life on Earth has changed the composition of Earth's atmosphere through time. SCI.9-12.5.8.12 D.1 Analyze the evidence produced by a variety of techniques that is used to understand

Pollution threatened clean air and water; deforestation and desertification and rising rates of extinction increased.

Diseases associated with poverty persisted, while other diseases emerged as new epidemics and threats to human survival. Changing lifestyles and

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changes in the Earth that have occurred over time.

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increased longevity led to higher incidences of other diseases. Malaria TB Cholera 1918 influenza pandemic Ebola HIV/AIDS Diabetes Heart disease Alzheimers More effective forms of birth control gave women greater control over fertility and transformed sexual practices.

HE.9-12.2.1.12 D.3 - - Compare and contrast diseases and health conditions occurring in adolescence and young adulthood with those occurring later in life, including cancer, cardiovascular diseases, respiratory diseases, arthritis, osteoporosis, and Alzheimer's HE.9-12.2.4.12 C.11 - - Analyze trends in teen pregnancy rates, teen births, and outof-wedlock births, considering shifts in marriage patterns, sexual norms, contraceptive practices, the availability of abortion, and the

What demographic shifts resulted from diseases, scientific innovation, and conflict?

Individual research and reports

9.1.12.F.6 Relate scientific advances (e.g., advances in medicine) to the creation of new ethical dilemmas

Improved military technology and new tactics led to increased levels of wartime casualties. Tanks, airplanes, atomic bomb Trench warfare, firebombing Nanjing, Dresden, Hiroshima

9.1.12.F.6 Relate scientific advances (e.g., advances in medicine) to the creation of new ethical dilemmas

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size and composition of the teen population SOC.912.6.2.12.A.5.d - Analyze the causes and consequences of mass killings (e.g., Cambodia, Rwanda, BosniaHerzegovina, Somalia, and Sudan), and evaluate the responsibilities of the world community in response to such events Global Conflicts and Their Consequences

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Older land-based Ottoman, Russian, and Qing empires collapsed due to a combination of internal and external factors. Economic hardship Political/social discontent Technological stagnation Military defeat

Why did the Europeandominated world order at the beginning of the 20th century give way to new forms of transregional political organizations by 2000?

Some colonies negotiated their independence. India/British Empire Gold Coast/British Empire

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9.1.12.C.3 Explain why some current and/or past world leaders have had a greater impact on people and society than others, regardless of their countries of origin.

SOC.912.6.2.12.A.5.c - Explain how World War II led to aspirations for selfdetermination, and compare and contrast the methods used by African and Asian countries to achieve independence.

Some colonies achieved independence through armed struggle Algeria & Vietnam/France Angola/ Portugal

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Nationalist leaders in Asia and Africa challenged imperial rules Gandhi. Ho Chi Minh, Nkrumah Regional, religious, and ethnic movements challenged both colonial rule and imperial boundaries. Muhammad Ali Jinnah Quebecois Separatists Biafra

SOC.912.6.2.12.D.5.b Assess the impact of Gandhi's methods of civil disobedience and passive resistance in India, and determine how his methods were later used by people from other countries.

How did emerging ideologies of antiimperialism contribute to the dissolution of empires and the restructuring of states?

Transnational movements sought to unite people across national boundaries

9.1.12.C.3 Explain why some current and/or past world leaders have had a greater impact on people and society than others, regardless of their countries of origin 9.1.12.C.3 Explain why some current and/or past world leaders have had a greater impact on people and society than others, regardless of their countries of origin

Movements to redistribute land and resources developed within states and Africa, Asia, and Latin America, sometimes advocating communism and socialism. Communism, PanArabism, Pan-Africanism Redrawing of old colonial boundaries led to

SOC.912.6.2.12.C.3.c -

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Compare the characteristics of capitalism, communism, and socialism to determine why each system emerged in different world regions SOC.912.6.2.12.B.3.a - Assess the impact of imperialism by comparing and contrasting the political boundaries of the world in 1815 and 1914.

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population shifts. Partition of India/Pakistan Zionism Division of Middle East into new states

How did political changes produce major demographic and social results?

Migration of former colonial subjects to imperial metropolis maintained cultural and economic ties between the colony and the metropolis even after empires ended. South Asians to Britain Algerians to France Filipinos to US

9.1.12.C.3 Explain why some current and/or past world leaders have had a greater impact on people and society than others, regardless of their countries of origin.

Proliferation of conflicts led to ethnic violence and the displacement of peoples as refugees. Armenia Holocaust Cambodia Rwanda Palestinians Darfurians WWI & WWII were the first total wars, in which governments used political ideologies and propaganda to mobilize all of their states resources to wage war. Gurkhas ANZAC

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SOC.912.6.2.12.D.4.g Analyze the role of nationalism and propaganda in mobilizing civilian populations in support of "total war"

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How did military conflicts become truly global conflicts? Military conscription The sources of global conflict before 1950 varied. European and Japanese imperialism Competition for resources Ethnic conflict Britain vs. Germany Nationalism Economic crisis of the 1930s Global balance of economic and political power shifted after WWII. US and USSR emerged as superpowers, leading to a worldwide ideological struggle between capitalism and communism Dissolution of the USSR ended the Cold War.

SOC.912.6.2.12.A.5.a Explain how and why differences in ideologies and policies between the United States and the USSR resulted in a cold war, the formation of new alliances, and periodic military clashes SOC.912.6.2.12.B.5.b Analyze the reasons for the Cold War and the collapse of the Soviet Union, and evaluate the impact of these events on changing national boundaries

Groups and individuals challenged the many wars of the 20th century, and some promoted the practice of nonviolence to bring about political change. Picasso/Guernica Antinuclear movement during the Cold War

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in Eastern Europe and Asia.

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Thich Quang Duc by selfimmolation Gandhi ML King SOC.912.6.2.12.D.4.k - Analyze how the arts represent the changing values and ideals of society Why did much of the world oppose conflict, even though it dominated much of the 20th century? Groups and individuals opposed and promoted alternatives to the existing economic, political, and social orders. Lenin/Mao Non-Aligned Movement Anti-Apartheid movement 1968 global uprisings Tiananmen Square RH.11-12.7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, as well as in words) in order to address a question or solve a problem. 9.1.12.C.3 Explain why some current and/or past world leaders have had a greater impact on people and society than others, regardless of their countries of origin.

Militaries and militarized states often responded to the proliferation of conflicts by exacerbating them. Promotion of military dictatorship in Chile, Spain, Uganda US promotion of a New World Order post WWII Build-up of militaryindustrial complex and arms trading More movements used violence against civilians to achieve political aims. IRA

9.1.12.C.3 Explain why some current and/or past world leaders have had a greater impact on people and society than others, regardless of their countries of origin.

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ETA Al Qaeda SOC.912.6.2.12.A.6.c Analyze why terrorist movements have proliferated, and evaluate their impact on governments, individuals, and societies. SOC.912.6.2.12.D.5.c - Assess the influence of television, the Internet, and other forms of electronic communication on the creation and diffusion of cultural and political information, worldwide. SOC.912.6.2.12.C.5.b - Compare and contrast free market capitalism, Western European democratic socialism, and Soviet communism. SOC.912.6.2.12.D.4.l Assess the cultural impact of World War I, the Great Depression, and World War II. Global conflicts had a profound influence on popular culture Dada James Bond Socialist realism Video games

In the USSR and China, governments controlled their national economies. 5-Year Plans Great Leap Forward

New Conceptualization of Global Economy, Society, and Culture

How did states respond to the economic challenges of the 20th century?

In the US and Europe at the beginning of the 20th century, governments played a minimal role in national economies, but the Great Depression led them to take a more active role. New Deal Fascist corporate economy In newly independent states after WWII, governments often guided economic life to promote development. Nassers promotion of economic development in Egypt

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Export-oriented economies of S. Asia At the end of the 20th c., many governments encourages free market economic policies and promoted economic liberalization Ronald Reagan in the US Thatcher in Britain Deng Xiaoping in China Pinochet in Chile

SOC.912.6.2.12.C.5.a Explain how and why Western European countries and Japan achieved rapid economic recovery after World War II.

SOC.912.6.2.12.C.5.b - Compare and contrast free market capitalism, Western European democratic socialism, and Soviet communism.

New international organization formed to maintain world peace and to facilitate international cooperation. League of Nations UN International Criminal Court

9.1.12.C.3 Explain why some current and/or past world leaders have had a greater impact on people and society than others, regardless of their countries of origin. 9.1.12.C.3 Explain why some current and/or past world leaders have had a greater impact on people and society than others, regardless of their countries of origin.

SOC.912.6.2.12.A.5.b Analyze the structure and goals of the United Nations and evaluate the organization's ability to solve or mediate international conflicts. SOC.912.6.1.12.A.14.d - Analyze the

Why did states, communities, and individuals become increasingly interdependent, facilitated by the growth of institutions of global governance?

New economic institution sought to spread the principles and policies of free market economies throughout the world. IMF World Bank WTO

Humanitarian organization developed to respond to humanitarian crises

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conflicting ideologies and actions of political parties regarding spending priorities, the role of government in the economy, and social reforms. SOC.912.6.2.12.C.6.a - Evaluate efforts of governmental, nongovernmental, and international organizations to address economic imbalances and social inequalities

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throughout the world. UNICEF Red Cross Amnesty International Doctors Without Borders WHO

Regional trade organization created regional trading blocs designed to promote the movement of capital and goods across national borders. European Union NAFTA ASEAN Mercosur Multinational corporation began to challenge state authority ad autonomy. Royal Dutch Shell Coco-Cola Sony Movements throughout the world protested the inequality of environmental and economic consequences of global integration. Greenpeace Green Belt in Kenya Earth Day The notion of human rights gained traction throughout the world. UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights

SOC.912.6.2.12.C.5.f - Assess the impact of the European Union on member nations and other nations

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Womens Rights End of the White Australia Policy SOC.912.6.1.12.D.15.a Compare United Nations policies and goals (i.e., the International Declaration of Human Rights and the United Nations Millennium Development Goals) intended to promote human rights and prevent the violation of human rights with actions taken by the United States How did people reconceptualize society and culture, challenging old assumptions about race, class, gender, and religion, often using new technologies to spread their ideas? Increased interactions among diverse peoples sometimes led to the formation of new cultural identities and exclusionary reactions. Negritude Xenophobia Race riots Citizenships restrictions RH.11-12.5. Analyze in detail how a complex primary source is structured, including how key sentences, paragraphs, and larger portions of the text contribute to the whole.

Believers developed new forms of spirituality and chose to emphasize particular aspects of practice within existing faiths and apply them to political issues. Fundamentalist movements Liberation theology Sports were more widely practices and reflected national and social aspiration. World Cup Soccer Olympics Cricket Changes in communication and transportation technology enabled the

Why did popular and consumer culture become

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global?

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widespread diffusion of music and film. Reggae Bollywood Sesame Street

SOC.912.6.2.12.D.5.c - Assess the influence of television, the Internet, and other forms of electronic communication on the creation and diffusion of cultural and political information, worldwide. AP Exam Specific date in midMay Historians interpret sources and analyze these interpretations with input from other scholars.

Essay on media and culture

9.1.12.A.1 Apply critical thinking and problemsolving strategies during structured learning experiences. Student-led source analyses

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How do historians teach history?

Cuisines and foods previously limited to specific regions of the world have accompanied global migrations.

How has globalization affected the food individuals consume?

Student research: short papers on regional cuisines, banquet

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