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Learning Outcome
Identify the different myths
and scientific theories
which explained how man
originated

THE
EMERGENCE
OF
EARLY
HUMAN
COMMUNITIES AND THE PEOPLING OF THE
EARTH (Prehistory 3500 B.C.)

Trace the pattern and


progression of human
evolution and migration
that contributed to the
wide peopling dispersion
Describe the nature of
human life during the Old
Stone Age
Identify the important
developments of the New
Stone Age

Topic

Week

Myths and Theories Concerning the


Origin of Mankind
The Hominid Evolution
o Australopithecus
o Homo habilis
o Homo erectus
o Homo sapiens

THE BEGINNINGS OF CIVILIZATION (10,000 B.C.


1200 B.C.)

Achievements Made in the Old Stone


Age
The Neolithic Revolution and the Rise of
Civilization

Define civilization and


identify its characteristics

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EARL JOHN G. PAJARO
Course Instructor
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Discussion

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Debate
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Explain the impact of
geography
Name the first empires and
why they declined

CIVILIZATION BEGINS IN MESOPOTAMIA (3000


B.C. 1792 B.C.)
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List the characteristics of


life in these societies
Explain the impact of
geography towards the rise
of the Egyptian civilization
Identify the characteristics
of Egyptian society and its
similarities and differences
to its other contemporary
civilizations in West Asia
Trace and describe the
patterns of regional
interactions of the early
human communities in
relation to trade, religion,
ecology, and migration

Discuss the development


of the classical Indian
civilization

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EARL JOHN G. PAJARO
Course Instructor
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Ancient Mesopotamian City-States


Empires in Ancient Mesopotamia
Cultural Legacy of the Mesopotamians

EGYPTIAN CIVILIZATION (3100 B.C. 1085 B.C.)

Appreciate the cultural


legacy of the Hittites,
Phoenicians, Israelites,
Assyrians, and Persians to
our modern society

Evaluate the impact of


Indian Civilizations
heritage to the world

Major Periods in Egyptian History


o Old Kingdom
o Middle Kingdom
o New Kingdom
Society and Culture of Ancient Egypt

NEW CENTERS OF CIVILIZATION AND


THE RISE OF NEW EMPIRES (1600 B.C. 586
B.C.)

Hittite Empire

Phoenicians

Israelites

Assyrian Empire

Persian Empire

CIVILIZATION IN INDIA (3000 B.C. A.D. 1500)

Early Civilization in India

Indian Religious Traditions (Hinduism,


Buddhism, Jainism)

New Empires in India

India Comes Under Muslim Rule

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LectureDiscussion
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CrossExamination

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Thematic Essay
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Analyze how Chinese
imperial civilization
developed
Identify the heritage of the
Chinese Imperial
civilization to the modern
world

THE CHINESE CIVILIZATION(2000 B.C. A.D.


1644)

Chinese Cultural and Religious


Traditions

The Rise and Fall of Chinese Dynasties


(Xia, Shang, Chou, Qin, Han, Sui, Tang,
Song, Yuan, Ming)

ANCIENT GREECE (1900 B.C. 133 B.C.)

The First Greek Civilizations

Greek City-States

Classical Greece and Its Culture

Alexander and the Hellenistic Kingdoms


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Identify the heritage of the


Greek civilization in the
modern world
Trace and describe the
development of the
classical Roman civilization

Trace the beginnings of the


Byzantine civilization
Discuss why the early
Christian church split into
the Eastern and Western
Church

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EARL JOHN G. PAJARO
Course Instructor
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Film Analysis
Paper-pencil test

Eraser

Film Showing

Explain the influence of


geography on the
development of the
independent city-states

Evaluate the contributions


of the Roman civilization in
many aspects of human
society

Cooperative
learning
CrossExamination

Develop a strong sense of


pride on Asian culture and
civilization

Trace and describe the


development of the Greek
civilization

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ROME AND THE RISE OF CHRISTIANITY (600


B.C. A.D. 500)

The Rise of Rome

From Republic to Empire

Culture and Society in the Roman World

The Development of Christianity

Decline and Fall

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BYZANTINE CIVILIZATION (A.D. 500 1400 A.D.)

The Reign of Justinian

East-West Schism

The Downfall of an Empire

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Photo book of
the contributions
of the Greek
civilization

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CrossExamination

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Essay
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Examination

Identify the cultural


heritage of the Byzantines
Discuss and describe the
rise of Islamic civilization
Identify and discuss the
impact of the rise of
Islamic civilization in the
Age of Antiquity and its
implication in the modern
world

THE WORLD OF ISLAM (A.D. 600 1500 A.D.)

The Rise of Islam

The Arab Empire and Its Successors

Islamic Civilization and Culture

LectureDiscussion
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learning

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Develop an appreciation of
the Islamic culture and
civilization
Trace, discuss, and
evaluate the development
of the African civilization
Identify the heritage of the
African civilization to the
modern world

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Comment on the expansion


of society and culture in
East and Southeast Asia
Identify and discuss the
impacts of expansions of
society and culture in East
and Southeast Asia

Trace and describe the


development of the
civilizations of the North,
Mesoamerican, and South

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EARL JOHN G. PAJARO
Course Instructor
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EARLY AFRICAN CIVILIZATIONS (2000 B.C.


A.D. 1500)

The Development of Civilizations in


Africa

Kingdoms and States of Africa

African Society and Culture

THE ASIAN WORLD (A.D. 400 A.D. 1500)

Early Japan and Korea

Civilization in Southeast Asia


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essay
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Graphic
organizer of the
civilizations of
Africa
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Film Showing

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learning

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Film Analysis
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THE AMERICAS (A.D. 400 A.D. 1500)

The Peoples of North America (Inuit,


Anasazi, Mississippian)

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Graphic
Organizer
(comparing the
Mesoamerican,
East Asian, and

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American Region

The Maya, Aztec and Incan Empires

Identify and recognize the


legacy of the ancient
American civilization to the
modern world

Cooperative
learning

Identify and discuss the


implications of feudalism to
the modern world
Analyze the influence of
Christianity as a religion to
the history of Europe as
well as in the
contemporary times

CrossExamination

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EUROPE IN THE MIDDLE AGES (A.D. 400 A.D.


1500)

Feudalism

Christianity, Crusades and Medieval


Civilization

The Culture of the High Middle Ages

The Late Middle Ages and the Black


Death

LectureDiscussion
Reporting
CrossExamination

Discuss and analyze the


impact of Crusades in
many aspects of European
lives

Cooperative
learning

Eraser

Paper-pencil test

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Reflective
journal

Whiteboard Marker

Paper-pencil test

Eraser

Oral examination

Trace the effect of Black


plague in the lives and
economy of Europe and the
world

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EARL JOHN G. PAJARO
Course Instructor
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Southeast Asia
civilizations)

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