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					                    World Civilizations Course Syllabus
                                  2009-10
First Quarter: Renaissance, Reformation and Age of Exploration

Core Content: SS-HS-5.3.1, 5.3.2, 1.1.1
Secondary Emphasis: SS-HS- 2.1.1, 3.1.1
Program of Studies: SS-H-GC-U-1, SS-H-GC-S-5, SS-H-CS-S-1, SS-H-CS-S-5, SS-H-Ec-S-1,
SS-H-HP-S-2, SS-H-HP-S-4

      Compare different governments, analyze order and accomplishing goals and provide
       examples
      Research issues and solve problems by analyzing and synthesize a variety of modern,
       relevant resources.
      Students will be able to demonstrate, analyze, and describe the fundamental causes and
       effects of culture.
      Students will compare and contrast cultures using print and nonprint resources.
      Students will explain and describe the effects of scarcity on personal, societal, and
       government decisions.
      Students will analyze the role and impact of the U. S. in maintaining world peace.
      Students will research historical events using a variety of sources.


The time period 1500-to the present marked a time of extreme change in the world. This
change is reflected in political structures, economy, technology, medical advances and
finally the rise of new political powers. (5.3.1, 5.3.2 DOK 2) (1.1.1 DOK 3)

Weeks 1-2: Scarcity and the Late Middle Ages
Students will:
    Explain and give examples of how scarcity of resources necessitate choices at
       both the personal and societal levels in the modern world. (3.1.1 DOK 2)
    Explain how these choices impact personal, national and global economies (3.1.1
       DOK 2)
    Trace the rise of Europe during the Late Middle Ages and the developments of the
       High and Late Middle Ages

Essential Questions:
   1. What is scarcity?
   2. How does scarcity necessitate choices at a personal, societal and governmental level?
   3. How do various forms of government elect their leaders, establish order, and accomplish
       goals?
   4. How did the social class system of the late Middle Ages impact individual lifestyles?
   5. What was the relationship between the monarchy and the Roman Catholic Church during
       the late Middle Ages?
   6. What role did the Roman Catholic Church play during the late Middle Ages?
   7. What situation in today’s society could cause a scarcity of resources and how could that
       scarcity be dealt with?
   8. What are the causes and effects of cultural differences?
   9. Were the European Middle Ages actually a “Dark Age” in European history?
Instructional Strategies: M&M Activity, Islam 101 Video and study guide,
UnitedStreaming Video and study guide on “The High Middle Ages”, cross content
collaborative castle project, Middle Ages Sports and Entertainment Packet and link to
modern Olympic games, Late Middle Ages Video and study guide, Lecture, Black Death
Article, Three Great Religions Handout, Map of Middle Ages countries (plague,
countries, empires, trade, etc.) Jigsaw Activity, Robin Hood Video

Weeks 3-5: Culture of the Renaissance and Reformation
Students will explain how belief systems: (2.1.1 DOK 2)
    Allow cultures to develop, such as the changes that emerged during the
       Renaissance (5.3.1) (Chapter 1)
    Shape cultures (knowledge, technology, religion) (KCCT pg. 47-52 “Defining
       Culture”)
    Reformation (Chapter 1)

Essential Questions:
   1. How does the impact of culture affect society?
   2. How did the ideas of the Classical Age impact people‟s perspectives during the
       Renaissance and Reformation?
   3. Compare and contrast Renaissance customs to those in today‟s society.
   4. Why did the Protestant Reformation have to take place in order for today‟s
       religious practices to exist?
   5. Identify various Renaissance writers and artists.

Instructional Strategies: UnitedStreaming Video The High Renaissance and Study
Guide, Bob Dylan Music, Brainstorm changes in society, PowerPoint/MovieMaker
Project, Renaissance, Reformation and Beyond Video and Study Guide, Europe Map and
why Renaissance began there, Elizabethan Customs Article, Protestant Reformation
Article and Questions, “Ever After” Video Clip, Elizabeth I article and questions,
Modern painting or photograph analysis using the ideas of the Renaissance, The Prince
excerpt, B-K-W-L-Q Pre=Reading Chart, The Simpson’s Video Clip, Henry VIII,

Weeks 6-9: Age of Change
Students will be able to analyze the following variables and the impact each had on the
changes the world experienced: (5.3.1, 5.3.2 DOK 2)


      Age of Exploration and Imperialism (Chapter 2) (Chapter 3)
      Scientific Revolution (Chapter 1, Section 5)
Essential Questions:
   1. How did new ideas and technologies of the Age of Exploration bring great wealth
       to the absolute monarchs?
   2. What political, economic and social changes were brought about by the Age of
       Exploration?
   3. What changes in science, thought and government were initiated by the Scientific
       Revolution?
   4. Identify several thinkers of the Scientific Revolution.
   5. What areas of the world did various explorers discover during the Age of
       Exploration?

Instructional Strategies: UnitedStreaming Video Science, Invention, Architecture,
Exploration and Religious Reformation and Video Quiz, PowerPoint/MovieMaker
Project, Scientific Revolution Outline, Scientific Revolution Webquest, Create Scientific
Revolution Flyer, Exploration Pre-Test, Exploration MapWork, UnitedStreaming Video
The Great Age of Exploration and Video Quiz, Atlantic Slave Trade Discussion, Middle
Passage and Slave Trade Historical Pictures and Demonstration, Slave Trade Outline,
Cause and effect of slave trade and exploration on monarchs and native inhabitants, Age
of Exploration Video as review, UnitedStreaming Video Clips: Slave Revolt, Atlantic
Slave Trade, World Map of Exploration Routes, The Simpson’s Video Clip: Lewis and
Clark Expedition, KWL and Effects of Global Contact Article



Second Quarter: The Age of Revolution

Core Content: SS-HS-5.3.3, 5.1.1
Secondary Emphasis: 4.1.1, 4.4.2, 4.2.2, 4.3.1, 1.3.1, 1.3.2, 1.3.3, 1.2.1, 1.2.2, 1.12
Program of Studies: SS-H-HP-S-4, SS-H-HP-S-1, SS-H-Ge-S-2, SS-H-Ge-S-4, SS-H-
Ge-S-1, SS-H-GC-S-1, SS-H-GC-S-3, SS-H-GC-S-2

      Students will research historical events using a variety of sources.
      Use a variety of tools to investigate and analyze perspectives and perceptions to
       examine their effects on the shaping of history.
      Use information from sources to analyze and explain physical and cultural aspects
       of geography.
      Analyze relationships and interactions between human activities and the physical
       environment.
      Use geographical tools to analyze and interpret features of the earth.
      Compare different governments, analyze order and accomplishing goals, and
       provide examples.
      Explain how individual rights conflict with the common good and how the
       government responds to that conflict.
      Explain how the U. S. uses constitutional amendments to limit government to
       protect the individual.
Weeks 1-3: The Enlightenment and The American Revolution

Students will analyze the following variables and the impact each had on the changes the
world experienced: (5.3.3 DOK 3)

      Enlightenment (Chapter 5)
      American Revolution (Chapter 5)

      Investigate the rights of individuals (Chapter 5) (1.3.1 DOK 2)
      Explain ways a democratic government preserves the rights of individual and an
       individual‟s rights and responsibilities (Chapter 5) (1.3.2, 1.3.3 DOK 3)
      Evaluate the role of government (Chapter 5) (1.1.2 DOK 2)


      Explain the principles of a limited government (Chapter 5) (1.2.2 DOK 3)
      Analyze how powers of government are distributed and shared among levels and
       branches and how this distribution of powers works to protect the “common
       good” (Chapter 5) (1.2.1 DOK 3)
      Understand the nature of government (1.1.2 DOK 2)
      Investigate and analyze perceptions and perspectives of people and historical
       events in the modern world (5.1.1 DOK 3)
      Examine cause-effect relationships that have shaped history (Colonialism,
       Economics-Industrial Revolution) (5.1.1 DOK 3)

Essential Questions:
   1. What political changes were a result of ideas created by the Enlightenment
       thinkers?
   2. How did cultural revolutions (Enlightenment and American Revolution) bring
       about changes in thought and government?
   3. What effect has the Enlightenment had on the modern world?
   4. Who were various Enlightenment thinkers?
   5. What impact did the Enlightenment thinkers have on the American Revolution?

Instructional Strategies: “Alike But Different” Reading Guide for the Age of
Enlightenment, Learning Stations, PowerPoint/MovieMaker/Poster Project, American
Revolution Outline, Create a Flyer, Historical Pictures, Age of Enlightenment Video and
T-Chart, UnitedStreaming Video, Bill of Rights and U.S. Constitution Analysis,
Weeks 4-5: Absolutism and the French Revolution
Students will analyze the following variables and the impact each had on the changes the
world experienced: (5.3.3 DOK 3)

      Compare purposes and sources of power of various forms of government and
       examine conflicts within and analyze the impact on historical or current events
       (KCCT 16-22 “Sources of Power”) (Social Contract Theorists) (1.1.2 DOK 2)
      French Revolution (Chapter 6)
      Investigate and analyze perceptions and perspectives of people and historical
       events in the modern world (5.1.1 DOK 3)
      Examine cause-effect relationships that have shaped history (Colonialism,
       Economics-Industrial Revolution) (5.1.1 DOK 3)

Essential Questions:
   1. What were the various forms of government during the 1600 and 1700‟s?
   2. How have conflicts impacted historical or current events?
   3. What policies were created by various Absolutist Monarchs (Peter the Great,
       Catherine the Great, Louis XIV, etc.)?
   4. What social conditions led to the outbreak of the French Revolution?
   5. What events led to the rise of Napoleon and what was his impact on French
       society?
   6. What were major events during the French Revolution and their impact on French
       society?

Instructional Strategies: History Channel Biography on Napoleon, Absolutism Pictures,
Current Event Articles, Learning Stations, Absolute Monarchs Chart, Bastille Article and
Questions, Parisian Society and Palace of Versailles Pictures, Notes on Pre-
Revolutionary France, 60 Minutes Video clip: The Electronic Wasteland, Quote
Analysis, Review Game: www.schoolhistory.co.uk




Weeks 6-9: Industrial Revolution
Students will analyze the following variables and the impact each had on the changes the
world experienced: (5.3.3 DOK 3)

      Industrial Revolution (Chapter 7 and 9)
      Explain how modifications to the physical environment, perspectives o the use of
       natural resources and natural disasters may have global effects in the modern
       world (Industrial Revolution: transportation-canals, railroads, automobiles,
       airplanes, ships, communication-airplanes, telegraph, technology-assembly line,
       steam power, division of labor, interchangeable parts (guns) Chapter 9, KCCT
       225-226) (4.4.2 DOK 2)
      Analyze the cause and impact of movement and settlement patterns of people in
       various places (Chapter 9, Industrial Revolution, urbanization) (4.3.1 DOK 3)
      Use a variety of tools to explain and analyze the reasons for the distribution of
       physical and human features on earth. (Chapter 9, Industrial Revolution,
       urbanization) (4.1.1 DOK 3)
      Investigate and analyze perceptions and perspectives of people and historical
       events in the modern world (5.1.1 DOK 3)
      Examine cause-effect relationships that have shaped history (Colonialism,
       Economics-Industrial Revolution) (5.1.1 DOK 3)



Essential Questions:
   1. How did transportation, communication, and technology change during
       Industrialization?
   2. Where did changes in the distribution of physical and human features occur?
   3. Did the Industrial Revolution have a more positive or negative impact on society?
   4. What social, political and economic changes occurred during industrialization?
   5. What governmental changes occurred as a result of Industrialization?
   6. Who were various inventors during the Age of Industrialization and their impact
       on society?

Instructional Strategies: Inventors WebQuest, Learning Stations, UnitedStreaming Video
on The Jungle, Industrialization Worksheet, Historical Pictures, Create an advertisement
for an invention, Problems with industrialization wks, Learning Stations, Peanuts and
Cracker Jacks game, Industrialization Simulation, Map Analysis, Charts, TICK Animated
Video: Marketplace: Price Increase or Price-Gouging, Review Game:
www.schoolhistory.co.uk




Third Quarter: World Conflict and Governments

Core Content: 5.3.4, 2.3.1, 2.3.2, 1.1.1
Secondary Emphasis: 3.2.1, 3.2.3
Program of Studies: SS-H-HP-S-4, SS-H-CS-S-3, SS-H-CS-S-4, SS-H-GC-S-1, SS-
H-Ec-S-2, SS-H-Ec-S-3

      Students will research historical events using a variety of resources.
      Explain how individual rights conflict with the common good and how the
       government responds to that conflict.
      Evaluate what it means to be a citizen in our democratic government.
      Compare different governments, analyze order and accomplishing goods, provide
       examples.
      Students will compare and contrast the differences between traditional, command,
       market, and mixed economies and their effectiveness.
      Students will analyze various roles in the free enterprise system and how those
       roles maximize profit.



Weeks 1-4: New Imperialism and The Great War (World War I)

Students will analyze the following variables and the impact each had on the changes the
world experienced: (5.3.4 DOK 3)

      New Imperialism (Chapter 12)
      World War I and Nationalism (Chapter 14)

      Explain the reasons why conflict and compromise may develop as cultures
       emerge (Chapters 12 and 14, 18) (2.3.1 DOK 2)
      Explain and give examples of how compromise and cooperation are
       characteristics that influence interactions in the modern world (Colonialism,
       Competition/conflict between European countries, Pre-WWI alliance system,
       Treaty of Versailles: stereotyping, prejudice, genocid) (KCCT 70-73, “Conflict
       and Competition”, Chapter 18) (2.3.2 DOK 2)
      Compare purposes and sources of power of various forms of government and
       examine conflicts within and analyze the impact on historical or current events
       (Communist Revolution, Nazism) (1.1.1 DOK 3)

Essential Questions:
   1. What areas were targeted by European Imperialism?
   2. What impact did European Imperialism have on native populations?
   3. How has communication between groups influenced cultural differences?
   4. How has compromise and cooperation contributed to conflict resolution?
   5. How did imperialism, nationalism, and militarism lead to world conflict?
   6. What impact has world conflict had on the modern world?

Instructional Strategies: World Map labeling, PowerPoint Presentation, Learning
Stations, WWI WebQuest, PBS Video clip on the outbreak of World War I (The Great
War), Legends of the Fall Video Clip, All Quiet on the Western Front, Historical
Pictures, World War I Outline, Create Your Own Country Activity, Spanish-American
War Article, Imperialism Political Cartoon, Image Analysis, World War I Propaganda
Poster Analysis, Primary Documents-World War I Letters, Review Game:
www.schoolhistory.co.uk


Weeks 5-6: The Russian Revolution and the Fall of Democracy in the West

Students will analyze the following variables and the impact each had on the changes the
world experienced: (5.3.4 DOK 3)
      Russian Revolution (Chapter 14)
      Fall of Democracy in the West (Fascism, Communism, Nazism) Chapter 16

      Explain the reasons why conflict and compromise may develop as cultures
       emerge (Chapters 12 and 14, 18) (2.3.1 DOK 2)
      Explain and give examples of how compromise and cooperation are
       characteristics that influence interactions in the modern world (Colonialism,
       Competition/conflict between European countries, Pre-WWI alliance system,
       Treaty of Versailles, Nazi Germany vs. Jews: stereotyping, prejudice, genocid)
       (KCCT 70-73, “Conflict and Competition”, Chapter 18) (2.3.2 DOK 2)
      Compare and Contrast economic systems (traditional, command, market, and
       mixed) (3.2.1 DOK 2)
      Compare and contrast economic systems and institutions, i.e. Marx and
       Communism, Socialism, Capitalism, etc. (Chapter 7, Section 4 “Scientific
       Socialism of Marx) (3.2.3 DOK 2)
      Compare purposes and sources of power of various forms of government and
       examine conflicts within and analyze the impact on historical or current events
       (Communist Revolution, Nazism) (1.1.1 DOK 3)

Essential Questions:
   1. What are the differences between the major economic systems?
   2. Who were the key political figures from 1910-1925?
   3. What political changes were a result of the Russian Revolution?
   4. What social and economic changes are a result of a cultural revolution?

Instructional Strategies: MovieMaker-Causes of the Russian Revolution, Student
Poster/PowerPoint Presentation on People of the Russian Revolution, Russian Revolution
Outline, UnitedStreaming Video: The Russian Revolution, Rasputin Video Clip, Review
Game: www.schoolhistory.co.uk


Weeks 7-11: World War II and Its Aftermath (1931-1955)

Students will analyze the following variables and the impact each had on the changes the
world experienced: (5.3.4 DOK 3)

      World War II (Chapter 17)

      Explain the reasons why conflict and compromise may develop as cultures
       emerge (Chapters 12 and 14, 18) (2.3.1 DOK 2)
      Explain and give examples of how compromise and cooperation are
       characteristics that influence interactions in the modern world (Colonialism,
       Competition/conflict between European countries, Pre-WWI alliance system,
       Treaty of Versailles, Nazi Germany vs. Jews: stereotyping, prejudice, genocide)
       (KCCT 70-73, “Conflict and Competition”, Chapter 18) (2.3.2 DOK 2)
      Compare purposes and sources of power of various forms of government and
       examine conflicts within and analyze the impact on historical or current events
       (Communist Revolution, Nazism) (1.1.1 DOK 3)

Essential Questions:
   1. What events led to the outbreak of WWII?
   2. What led to the rise of totalitarian governments following World War I?
   3. How did the major political leaders lead their nation approaching, during and after
       World War II?
   4. What were several of the major battles during WWII?
   5. How did the United States attempt to stop the spread of Communism after WWII?
   6. What events led to the Cold War following WWII?
   7. What events fueled the formation of new nations after WWII?
   8. What events of the 1920‟s and 1930‟s led to the rise of totalitarian governments in
       Europe?
   9. What impact did World War II have on Pendleton County?
   10. What were the social conditions in Nazi Germany?
   11. Compare the causes of World War I with those of World War II.
   12. How was propaganda used during World War II?
   13. What was the rationale for establishing Japanese Internment camps in the United
       States?

Instructional Strategies: PBS Video Clips, Political Cartoons, Pearl Harbor Video Clip,
UnitedStreaming Video Clips, History Channel Video on Dr. Mengele, Cartoons Go To
War Propaganda Video, Between the Wars PowerPoint, Boom and Bust Video, Between
the Wars Video, Lecture, Hitler and Mussolini Comparison, Historical Pictures, Hitler‟s
Germany Video, Pearl Harbor PowerPoint, Map of Hitler and Mussolini‟s Conquests, D-
Day Graph and analysis, Video clip from Saving Private Ryan and Questions, WWII
battles and generals comparison and locations, Minorities and WWII Video/Terms,
Create Propaganda Posters, Political Cartoons, UnitedStreaming “Hitler‟s Speech to the
„Workers”, Lessons of the Holocaust Video, Return to Auschwitz Video, Belsen
Concentration Camp Video, Mein Kampf excerpt, Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima Video,
Division of Germany Worksheet, UnitedStreaming Video: The Cold War,
UnitedStreaming Video “Israel and Palestine: The root of Conflict” and Post-Test,
Displaced Persons and Foreign Aid Handout, Nazi and Japanese Aggression Map
Analysis, Electronic Scrapbook, WindTalkers Video Clip, All But My Life Excerpt,
UnitedStreaming Video Clip: Hiroshima Bomb Run, Review Game:
www.schoolhistory.co.uk



Fourth Quarter: Post-WWII Europe and Environmental Concerns

Core Content: 5.3.5, 5.3.6, 4.4.2,
Secondary Emphasis: 3.3.1, 3.4.3
Program of Studies: SS-H-HP-S-4, SS-H-Ge-S-4, SS-H-Ec-S-4
      Students will research historical events using a variety of sources.
      Analyze relationships and interactions between human activities and the
       physical environment.
      Students will explain the cause and effect of economic interaction ( supply
       and demand, incentives, competition, and mandates ).




Weeks 12-16: Formation of New Nations and The World Today

Students will analyze the following variables and the impact each had on the changes the
world experienced: (5.3.5, 5.3.6 DOK 3)

      Cold War (Chapter 18)
      Explain and give examples of how numerous factors influence the supply and
       demand (Supply, technology, cost of inputs, sellers, demand, Communism during
       the Cold War, Black Market: KCCT 103-117, Reality Store Follow-up) (3.3.1
       DOK 2)
      Formation of New Nations (Africa, Asia, Israel, Europe: (Chapter 19,20)
      The World Today, Globalization, Environmental Challenges, etc. (Chapter 22)

      Explain how modifications to the physical environment, perspectives on the use
       of natural resources, and natural disasters may have global effects in the modern
       world (KCCT 162-177) (5.3.6 DOK 3)
      Explain and give examples of how interdependence of personal, national and
       international economic activities result in international issues: What is a Global
       Economy? How did we get to a Global Economy? What is the relationship
       between U.S/China, U.S./India, U.S./Japan in terms of economies (KCCT 127-
       130, “Financial Interdependence and International Concerns) (3.4.3 DOK 2)

Essential Questions:
   1. How have countries around the world addressed the challenges of rapid social,
       political and economic changes during the second half of the 20th century?
   2. What challenges have an interdependent world created on society?
   3. Has economic interdependence had a more positive or negative impact on the
       modern world?
   4. What events occurred during the Hutu and Tutsi conflict?
   5. Why has there been little done by the UN to stop the atrocities in Darfur and
       Rwanda?

Instructional Strategies: UnitedStreaming Video Clip: The Soviet Union Chronicles,
Globalization Article by Brent Sowder and Analysis, PowerPoint Project, Hotel Rwanda,
Medicine Man, An Inconvienant Truth, Darfur Article, UnitedStreaming Video “A Land
Apart” (Apartheid), Global Warming Article, 60 Minutes Segment: Amazon Crude, “Is
the Global Economy Unstable?” Article, Venn Diagram comparison of Rwanda,
Cambodia, and Darfur

				
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