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World_History_Timeline_Fall_2009

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									                World History-10th Grade Timeline
                       Fall Semester 2009


Week 1: August 24-28, 2009
Geography
   Syllabus Review
   Geography and Map Concepts
   Themes of Geography and World History
Chapter 1: Prehistory to 2500 B.C.
   Humans’ origins in Africa
   Humans Try to Control Nature
   Civilizations

Week 2: August 31- September 4, 2009
Chapter 1: Prehistory to 2500 B.C.
   Humans’ origins in Africa
   Humans Try to Control Nature
   Civilizations
Chapter 2: Early River Civilizations
   City State in Mesopotamia
   Pyramids of the Nile
   River Civilizations on the Indus and Yellow Rivers
   TAKS Bell Ringers or Activities

Week 3: September 7-11, 2009
World Religions: Chapter 3 Section 2 and 3; Chapter 6 Sections 3;
Chapter 10
   Buddhism and Hinduism
   Judaism
   Christianity
   Islam
   Confucianism
   World Religions in Contemporary Society
   TAKS Bell Ringers or Activities

Week 4: September 14-19,2009
Chapter 5: Classical Greece
     Cultures of the Mountain and Seas
     Warring City States
     Democracy and Greece’s Golden Age
     Hellenistic Culture
     Alexander the Great
     TAKS Bell Ringer or Activities

Week 5: September 21-25, 2009
Chapter 6: Ancient Rome and Early Christianity
   The Roman Republic
   The Roman Empire
   The Rise of Christianity
   The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
   Rome and the Roots of Western Civilizations
   TAKS Bell Ringers or Activities

Week 6: September 28- October 2, 2009
Chapter 13 and 14: European Middle Ages and the Formation of Western
Europe
   Germanic Kingdoms
   The Age of Chivalry
   Church Power, Reform, and the Crusades
   England and France Develop
   TAKS Bell Ringers or Activities

Week 7: October 5-9, 2009
Chapter 17: European Renaissance and Reformation
   The Italian Renaissance
   The Northern Renaissance
   The Protestant Reformation
   The Catholic Counter Reformation
   TAKS Bell Ringers or Activities

Week 8: October 12-16, 2009
Chapter 19 and 20: The Age of Exploration and the Atlantic World
   Monday: Columbus Day/Weather Make-up day NO SCHOOL
   European Exploration
   Spanish Conquests in the Americas
   The Atlantic Slave Trade
    The Colombian Exchange
   TAKS Bell Ringers or Activities

Week 9: October 19-23, 2009
Chapter 22: The Enlightenment and Revolutions
   The Scientific Revolution
   The Enlightenment in Europe
   The Spread of Enlightenment Ideas
   The American Revolution
   The Birth of a Republic
   MIDTERMS


Week 10: October 26-30, 2009
Chapter 23: The French Revolution and Napoleon
   Revolution Threatens the King
   The Reign of Terror
   Napoleon
   TAKS Bell Ringers or Activities

Week 11: November 2-6, 2009
Chapter 25: The Industrial Revolution
   The Beginnings of Industrialization
   The Spread of Industrialization
   The Effects of Industrialization
   The Age of Reason
   TAKS Bell Ringers or Activities

Week 12: November 9-13, 2009
Chapter 27: World War I
   Causes of World War I
   Battles of World War I
   New Technological Warfare
   The Peace Treaty

Week 13:November 16-20, 2009
Chapter 32: World War II
   Causes of World War II
   United States enters World War II
   Battles of World War II
   The Holocaust
   Peace Treaty
  
THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY November 23-27, 2009

Week 14: November 30-Decemeber 4, 2009
TAKS Review, Jarrett Booklet
Chapter 5: Colonial and Revolutionary America 1607-1787

Week 15: December 7-11, 2009
TAKS Review, Jarrett Booklet
Chapter 6: Adopting a Constitution 1787-1791

Week 16: December 14-18, 2009
TAKS Review, Jarrett Booklet
Chapter 7: The Constitution Tested 1791-1877

WINTER HOLIDAY December 21-January 1, 2010

Week 17: January 4-8, 2010
TAKS Review, Jarrett Booklet
Chapter 10: Economic Systems and Economic Development

Week 18: January 11-15, 2010
TAKS Review, Jarrett Booklet
Chapter 8: The Influence of Geographic factors on Historical Events
Chapter 9: The Process of Movement: Migration, Diffusion, and the
Distribution of Cultures
Final Review and Final Exam

								
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