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This document maps United States National Standards for United States and World History
for grades 5-12 to our collection of Study Units within History Study Center.

Three Worlds Meet (Beginnings to 1620)

Comparative characteristics of societies in the Americas, Western Europe, and Western Africa that increasingly interacted after 1450




The student understands the patterns of
                                               The student understands changes in Western
change in indigenous societies in the Americas
                                               European societies in the age of exploration.
up to the Columbian voyages.



Pre-Columbian civilisations in America         European society and culture, 1000-1500

Native American Culture                        The Pre-Reformation Church in Europe

                                               The European Reformation

                                               The Crusades

                                               (Capitalism)
s and World History
nter.




e, and Western Africa that increasingly interacted after 1450




                                                                        The student understands the differences and
                       The student understands developments in
                                                                        similarities among Africans, Europeans, and
                       Western African societies in the period of early
                                                                        Native Americans who converged in the
                       contact with Europeans.
                                                                        western hemisphere after 1492.


                       An introduction to African history

                       Slavery
How early European exploration and colonization resulted in cultural and ecological
interactions among previously unconnected peoples



The student understands the stages of
European oceanic and overland exploration,      The student understands the Spanish and
amid international rivalries, from the 9th to   Portuguese conquest of the Americas.
17th centuries.


European exploration and expansion, 1415-       Conquest and conversion in Spanish America,
1600                                            Brazil and the Caribbean
European encounters with the New World,         Spanish and French settlements in North
1492-1650                                       America and their long-term influence

The history of cartography to 1800
Colonization and Settlement (1585-1763)

Why the Americas attracted Europeans, why they brought enslaved Africans to their colonies,
and how Europeans struggled for control of North America and the Caribbean




The student understands how diverse
                                              The student understands the European
immigrants affected the formation of
                                              struggle for control of North America.
European colonies.



Early settler society in America              Natives and Settlers in colonial America

Colonial America, 1650-1763                   The Seven Years War, 1756-63
How political, religious, and social institutions emerged in the English colonies




The student understands the roots of             The student understands religious diversity in
representative government and how political      the colonies and how ideas about religious
rights were defined.                             freedom evolved.



Democracy                                        The growth of New England, 1650-1775

The development of parliamentary democracy
                                           Religion in colonial America
in Britain

British colonialism                              Puritanism in the seventeenth century

The English Civil Wars
The Glorious Revolution: William and Mary
(1688-1702)
                                                        How the values and institutions of European economic life took root in the colonies, and how s
olonies
                                                        the Americas




          The student understands social and cultural   The student understands colonial economic
          change in British America.                    life and labor systems in the Americas.




          American society and culture, 1650-1750       The Atlantic slave trade

          Women in colonial America                     The history of tobacco
itutions of European economic life took root in the colonies, and how slavery reshaped European and African life in




                       The student understands economic life and
                                                                       The student understands African life under
                       the development of labor systems in the
                                                                       slavery.
                       English colonies



                       Slavery                                         Slave life in America
Revolution and the New Nation (1754-1820s)

The causes of the American Revolution, the ideas and interests involved in forging the revolutionary movement, and the reasons for the
American victory.




                                              The student understands the principles
The student understands the causes of the
                                              articulated in the Declaration of
American Revolution.
                                              Independence.



The American Revolution, 1775-1783

The origins of the American Revolution, 1754-
                                              The philosophy of the American Revolution
1775

                                              The French Revolution

                                              The European Enlightenment
in forging the revolutionary movement, and the reasons for the
                                                                      The impact of the American Revolution on politics, economy, and society.




                      The student understands the factors affecting   The student understands revolutionary
                      the course of the war and contributing to the   government-making at national and state
                      American victory.                               levels.




                      Women and the American Revolution               The foundations of American government

                      Leaders, strategy and tactics in the American
                      War of Independence
                      George Washington, 1732-1799
                                                                     The institutions and practices of government created during the Revolution and how they were
can Revolution on politics, economy, and society.
                                                                     based on the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights.



                                                                     The student understands the issues involved
                       The student understands the economic issues   in the creation and ratification of the United
                       arising out of the Revolution.                States Constitution and the new government it
                                                                     established.


                                                                     The United States Constitution and the Republic, 1776-1800

rican government

                       American society and culture, 1750-1800
ctices of government created during the Revolution and how they were revised between 1787 and 1815 to create the foundation of the American political system
itution and the Bill of Rights.




                                                                         The student understands the development of
                       The student understands the guarantees of
                                                                         the Supreme Court's power and its
                       the Bill of Rights and continuing significance.
                                                                         significance from 1789 to 1820.


                                                                         The United States Supreme Court and the
itution and the Republic, 1776-1800
                                                                         Constitution
                                                                    Expansion and Reform (1801-1861)

nd 1815 to create the foundation of the American political system
                                                                    United States territorial expansion between 1801 and 1861, and how it affected relations with




                                                                    The student understands the international
                       The student understands the development of   background and consequences of the
                       the first American party system.             Louisiana Purchase, the War of 1812, and the
                                                                    Monroe Doctrine.


                       The Federalist administrations, 1789-1801    Thomas Jefferson, 1743-1826

                       Jeffersonian Republicanism, 1800-1816        The War of 1812

                                                                    Monroe and 'The Era of Good Feeling', 1817-
                       United States foreign policy, 1776-1865
                                                                    1824
eform (1801-1861)

expansion between 1801 and 1861, and how it affected relations with external powers and Native Americans




                                                                      The student understands the ideology of
                      The student understands federal and state
                                                                      Manifest Destiny, the nation's expansion to
                      Indian policy and the strategies for survival
                                                                      the Northwest, and the Mexican-American
                      forged by Native Americans.
                                                                      War.


                      The subordination of American Indians and
                                                                      Expansionism: the American West
                      the dispersal of the tribes

                      Indian Wars in the early Republic               James K. Polk and the Mexican War
How the industrial revolution, increasing immigration, the rapid expansion of slavery, and the westward movement changed the lives of Ameri




The student understands how the factory
system and the transportation and market       The student understands the first era of
revolutions shaped regional patterns of        American urbanization.
economic development.


(Industrialisation and urban society in America)

The railroad in America
on of slavery, and the westward movement changed the lives of Americans and led toward regional tensions




                                                                    The student understands the rapid growth of
                      The student understands how antebellum        "the peculiar institution" after 1800 and the
                      immigration changed American society.         varied experiences of African Americans under
                                                                    slavery.


                      Immigration and multiculturalism in America   (Slave life in America)

                      Ireland and the Great Famine, 1845-1848
onal tensions                                                    The extension, restriction, and reorganization of political democracy after 1800




                                                              The student understands the changing
                The student understands the settlement of the
                                                              character of American political life in "the age
                West.
                                                              of the common man."



                The Gold Rush: Frontier Dreams                   John Quincy Adams and the election of 1824

                The 'Wild West': Life on the American frontier   Jacksonian democracy, 1828-1840

                                                                 The rise and fall of the American Whig party
n, and reorganization of political democracy after 1800                   The sources and character of cultural, religious, and social reform movements in the antebellu




                       The student understands how the debates
                                                                          The student understands the abolitionist
                       over slavery influenced politics and
                                                                          movement.
                       sectionalism.


                       The 'Peculiar Institution': the slavery issue in
                                                                          The abolition of slavery
                       American politics
er of cultural, religious, and social reform movements in the antebellum period




                       The student understands how Americans             The student understands changing gender
                       strived to reform society and create a distinct   roles and the ideas and activities of women
                       culture.                                          reformers.



                       Religion in the United States, 1783-1870          Women in America, 1776-1918

                       American society and culture, 1801-1865           American feminism
Civil War and Reconstruction (1850-1877)

The causes of the Civil War                   The course and character of the Civil War and its effects on the American people




The student understands how the North and      The student understands how the resources of
South differed and how politics and ideologies the Union and Confederacy affected the course
led to the Civil War.                          of the war.



The origins of the American Civil War         The American Civil War, 1860-1865

                                              Leaders, strategy and tactics in the American
The 1850s: a decade of crisis in America
                                              Civil War
The United States presidential election of
                                              Abraham Lincoln, 1861-1865
1860 and the secession crisis
er of the Civil War and its effects on the American people            How various reconstruction plans succeeded or failed




                        The student understands the social experience The student understands the political
                        of the war on the battlefield and homefront.  controversy over Reconstruction.




 1860-1865                                                            Reconstruction, 1863-1877

                                                                      The Compromise of 1877 and the end of
                        Women and the American Civil War
                                                                      Reconstruction in America

                                                                      The New South
ion plans succeeded or failed




                       The student understands the Reconstruction      The student understands the successes and
                       programs to transform social relations in the   failures of Reconstruction in the South, North,
                       South.                                          and West.



877
The Development of the Industrial United States (1870-1900)

How the rise of corporations, heavy industry, and mechanized farming transformed the American people




The student understands the connections
                                                 The student understands the rapid growth of
among industrialization, the advent of the
                                                 cities and how urban life changed.
modern corporation, and material well-being.



Industrialisation and urban society in America
870-1900)

ransformed the American people




                                                                The student understands the effects of rapid
                     The student understands how agriculture,   industrialization on the environment and the
                     mining, and ranching were transformed.     emergence of the first conservation
                                                                movement.
Massive immigration after 1870 and how new social patterns, conflicts, and ideas of national unity developed amid growing cultural diversity




                                                The student understands "scientific racism",
The student understands the sources and
                                                race relations, and the struggle for equal
experiences of the new immigrants.
                                                rights.


European emigration to the United States,
1860-1914

(Immigration and multiculturalism in America)
and ideas of national unity developed amid growing cultural diversity   The rise of the American labor movement and how political issues reflected social and econom




                       The student understands how new cultural         The student understands how the "second
                       movements at different social levels affected    industrial revolution" changed the nature and
                       American life.                                   conditions of work.



                       American society and culture, 1865-1918

                       The Gilded Age, 1877-1896

                       Popular culture in the Gilded Age

                       Education in the United States

                       American literature

                       Religion in modern America, 1865-1990
n labor movement and how political issues reflected social and economic changes




                       The student understands the rise of national     The student understands how Americans
                       labor unions and the role of state and federal   grappled with social, economic, and political
                       governments in labor conflicts.                  issues.


                                                                        Grover Cleveland and Benjamin Harrison,
                       Labour history in America
                                                                        1884-96
Federal Indian policy and United States foreign policy after the Civil War




                                              The student understands the roots and
The student understands various perspectives
                                              development of American expansionism and
on federal Indian policy, westward expansion,
                                              the causes and outcomes of the Spanish-
and the resulting struggles.
                                              American War.


Indian Wars, 1860-1890                          American foreign policy, 1866-1896

                                                American foreign policy and colonisation,
                                                1896-1920
The Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)

How Progressives and others addressed problems of industrial capitalism, urbanization, and political corruption




The student understands the origin of the
                                                The student understands Progressivism at the
Progressives and the coalitions they formed to
                                                national level.
deal with issues at the local and state levels.



America's Progressive Era, 1900-1917

The Temperance movement and Prohibition in
                                           Theodore Roosevelt
America

                                               William Taft and Woodrow Wilson
m, urbanization, and political corruption                               The changing role of the United States in world affairs through World War I




                        The student understands the limitations of      The student understands how the American
                        Progressivism and the alternatives offered by   role in the world changed in the early 20th
                        various groups.                                 century.



                                                                        Woodrow Wilson's foreign policy

                                                                        (American foreign policy and colonisation,
                        Communism
                                                                        1896-1920)
                        American race relations, 1896-1954: Plessy to
                        Brown
                        The rise of socialism in Europe
 United States in world affairs through World War I




                                                                     The student understands the impact at home
                       The student understands the causes of World
                                                                     and abroad of the United States involvement
                       War I and why the United States intervened.
                                                                     in World War I.



gn policy

                       An introduction to the history of the First   America during the First World War, 1914-
                       World War, 1914-1918                          1918

                       The origins of the First World War            The Russian Revolutions, 1917
                                                                     (Collective security and the League of Nations,
                                                                     1919-1939)
How the United States changed from the end of World War I to the eve of the Great Depression




The student understands social tensions and   The student understands how a modern
their consequences in the postwar era.        capitalist economy emerged in the 1920s.




The New Era: 1920s America

(Religion in modern America, 1865-1990)       Capitalism

                                              The automobile in American society
of the Great Depression




                          The student understands how new cultural
                                                                     The student understands politics and
                          movements reflected and changed American
                                                                     international affairs in the 1920s.
                          society.




                          The development of mass media

                          The media in America

                          The visual arts in the United States

                          (American Literature)

                          America at the movies, 1891-1960
The Great Depression and World War II (1929-1945)

The causes of the Great Depression and how it affected American society




The student understands the causes of the     The student understands how American life
crash of 1929 and the Great Depression.       changed during the 1930s.




The Great Depression, 1929-1939
5)

     How the New Deal addressed the Great Depression, transformed American federalism, and initiated the welfare state




                                                   The student understands the impact of the
     The student understands the New Deal and
                                                   New Deal on workers and the labor
     the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt.
                                                   movement.



     The New Deal, 1933-1939

     Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 1933-45            (Labour history in America)
can federalism, and initiated the welfare state                       The causes and course of World War II, the character of the war at home and abroad, and its r




                        The student understands opposition to the
                                                                      The student understands the international
                        New Deal, the alternative programs of its
                                                                      background of World War II.
                        detractors, and the legacy of the New Deal.



                                                                      American foreign policy, 1920-1941

                                                                      Collective security and the League of Nations,
                                                                      1919-1939

                                                                      The origins of the Second World War

                                                                      The rise of the Nazi party

                                                                      The Third Reich, 1933-1945

                                                                      Fascism
of World War II, the character of the war at home and abroad, and its reshaping of the U.S. role in world affairs




                        The student understands World War II and        The student understands the effects of World
                        how the Allies prevailed.                       War II at home.




                        An introduction to the history of the Second World War, 1939-1945

                                                                        America during the Second World War, 1941-
                        The Pacific War, 1941-1945
                                                                        1945

                        The Holocaust                                   Women during the two World Wars

                        The United Nations, 1946-
Postwar United States (1945 to early 1970s)

The economic boom and social transformation of postwar United States




The student understands the extent and       The student understands how the social
impact of economic changes in the postwar    changes of the postwar period affected various
period.                                      Americans.


                                             The development of mass culture in American
The American economy since 1945
                                             society

The Affluent Society in 1950s America        (Education in the United States)

                                             (Religion in modern America, 1865-1990)
                                                How the Cold War and conflicts in Korea and Vietnam influenced domestic and international po




The student understands how postwar science
                                            The student understands the international
augmented the nation’s economic strength,
                                            origins and domestic consequences of the Cold
transformed daily life, and influenced the
                                            War.
world economy.


The Nuclear Age                                 American foreign policy during the Cold War

The Space Race                                  Harry Truman and the Cold War

The Military-Industrial Complex in the United
                                                The Cold War
States
The history of science from 1800                The Korean War, 1950-1953

                                                McCarthyism

                                                Stalinist Russia, 1924-1953
                                                Khrushchev (1953-1964) and Brezhnev (1964-
                                                1982)
                                                The Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962
onflicts in Korea and Vietnam influenced domestic and international politics




                       The student understands United States foreign The student understands the foreign and
                       policy in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and  domestic consequences of U.S. involvement in
                       Latin America.                                Vietnam.



during the Cold War

                       The United States and the developing world      America and the Vietnam War, 1965-1975

                       The Middle East, 1945-                          Anti-war protest: Vietnam on the home front

                       American operations in the Middle East          War in Vietnam, 1945-65
                       American operations in South and Central
                       America
                       Popular revolution and military rule in
                       twentieth-century Latin America
                       Israel, 1948-

                       American involvement in South-east Asia
Domestic policies after World War II




The student understands the political debates   The student understands the “New Frontier”
of the post-World War II era.                   and the “Great Society.”



Dwight Eisenhower and modern
                                                John F. Kennedy
Republicanism

                                                Lyndon Johnson's Great Society
                                               The struggle for racial and gender equality and for the extension of civil liberties




The student understands the “Second            The student understands the women’s
Reconstruction” and its advancement of civil   movement for civil rights and equal
rights.                                        opportunities.


The American Civil Rights Movement, 1954-
                                               Women in America, 1919-
1968

Black Power: Race and race relations 1968-     (American feminism)

The history of Hispanic Americans, 1920-
                                                                       Contemporary United States (1968 to the present)

nd gender equality and for the extension of civil liberties            Recent developments in foreign policy and domestic politics




                        The student understands the Warren Court’s
                                                                       The student understands domestic politics
                        role in addressing civil liberties and equal
                                                                       from Nixon to Carter.
                        rights


                        (The United States Supreme Court and the
                                                                       The Nixon administration, 1968-1974
                        Constitution)

                                                                       Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter
nited States (1968 to the present)

 foreign policy and domestic politics




                        The student understands domestic politics in   The student understands major foreign policy
                        contemporary society.                          initiatives.




                        Ronald Reagan, 1981-1989                       (American foreign policy during the Cold War)

                                                                       The collapse of Communism, 1989-

                                                                       International relations, 1945-
Economic, social, and cultural developments in contemporary United States




The student understands economic patterns     The student understands the new immigration
since 1968.                                   and demographic shifts.



                                              (Immigration and multiculturalism in America
(The American economy since 1945)
                                              )
The rise of the multinational company and
consumer culture in the United States
ates




       The student understands changing religious
                                                    The student understands contemporary
       diversity and its impact on American
                                                    American culture.
       institutions and values.


                                                    Music and Society in twentieth-century
       (Religion in modern America, 1865-1990)
                                                    America

                                                    Sports in American society

                                                    (The development of mass culture in American
                                                    society)
                                                    (The media in America)

                                                    (The visual arts in the United States)
The student understands how a democratic
polity debates social issues and mediates
between individual or group rights and the
common good.


Stonewall and the struggle for gay and lesbian
rights
                                                                         The Beginnings of Human Society



  The biological and cultural processes that gave rise to the earliest human communities


                                             The student understands how human
                                             communities populated the major regions of
The student understands early hominid        the world and adapted to a variety of
development in Africa.                       environments.
The Beginnings of Human Society



                   The processes that led to the emergence of agricultural societies around the world



               The student understands how and why
               humans established settled communities       The student understands how agricultural
               and experimented with agriculture.           societies developed around the world.
  The major characteristics of civilization and how civilizations emerged in Mesopotamia,
                                Egypt, and the Indus valley

The student understands how Mesopotamia,
Egypt, and the Indus valley became centers    The student understands how commercial
of dense population, urbanization, and        and cultural interactions contributed to
cultural innovation in the fourth and third   change in the Tigris-Euphrates, Indus, and
millennia BCE.                                Nile regions.
                                                                         Early Civilizations and the Emergence of Pastoral Peop

 How agrarian societies spread and new states emerged in the third and second millennia
                                         BCE



The student understands how civilization    The student understands how new centers of
emerged in northern China in the second     agrarian society arose in the third and
millennium BCE.                             second millennia BCE.
Early Civilizations and the Emergence of Pastoral Peoples, 4000-1000 BCE



                                       The political, social, and cultural consequences of population movements and militarization in Eurasia in th

                                                            The student understands the social and
               The student understands how population       cultural effects that militarization and the
               movements from western and Central Asia      emergence of new kingdoms had on peoples
               affected peoples of India, Southwest Asia,   of Southwest Asia and Egypt in the second
               and the Mediterranean region.                millennium BCE.

                                                            Ancient Egypt
es of population movements and militarization in Eurasia in the second millennium BCE



                     The student understands how urban society The student understands the development of
                     expanded in the Aegean region in the era of new cultural patterns in northern India in the
                     Mycenaean dominance.                        second millennium BCE.
Major trends in Eurasia and Africa from 4000
                to 1000 BCE                                                                     Innovation and change from 1000-600


                                               The student understands state-building,
                                               trade, and migrations that led to increasingly
The student understands major trends in        complex interrelations among peoples of the
Eurasia and Africa from 4000 to 1000 BCE.      Mediterranean basin and Southwest Asia.
  Innovation and change from 1000-600 BCE: horses, ships, iron, and monotheistic faith

                                               The student understands how states
                                               developed in the upper Nile valley and Red
The student understands the emergence of Sea region and how iron technology
Judaism and the historical significance of the contributed to the expansion of agricultural
Hebrew kingdoms.                               societies in Sub-Saharan Africa.

The history of Judaism                        (Ancient Egypt)
monotheistic faith                                                             The emergence of Aegean civilization and how interrelations develope


                                                                The student understands the achievements
                     The student understands how pastoral       and limitations of the democratic institutions
                     nomadic peoples of Central Asia began to   that developed in Athens and other Aegean
                     play an important role in world history.   city-states.

                                                                                                                                                 A
                                                                          Classical Traditions, Major Religions and Giant Empires, 1000 BCE-300 CE



rgence of Aegean civilization and how interrelations developed among peoples of the eastern Mediterranean and Southwest Asia, 600-200 BCE


                                                                  The student understands the development of
                                                                  the Persian (Achaemenid) empire and the
                     The student understands the major cultural   consequences of its conflicts with the
                     achievements of Greek civilization.          Greeks.

                                                         Ancient Greece
ons, Major Religions and Giant Empires, 1000 BCE-300 CE



n Mediterranean and Southwest Asia, 600-200 BCE                                                    How major religions and large-scale empires arose



                    The student understands Alexander of            The student understands the causes and
                    Macedon’s conquests and the interregional       consequences of the unification of the
                    character of Hellenistic society and culture.   Mediterranean basin under Roman rule.

                                                                    The Romans
How major religions and large-scale empires arose in the Mediterranean basin, China, and India, 500 BCE-300 CE



           The student understands the emergence of
           Christianity in the context of the Roman    The student understands how China became
           Empire.                                     unified under the early imperial dynasties.

           The origins and growth of Christianity
                                                                       The development of early agrarian
ina, and India, 500 BCE-300 CE                                           civilizations in Mesoamerica


                    The student understands religious and
                    cultural developments in India in the era of
                    the Gangetic states and the Mauryan            The student understands the achievements
                    Empire.                                        of Olmec civilization.
Major global trends from 1000 BCE-300 CE                                                 Imperial crises an




The student understands major global trends The student understands the decline of the
from 1000 BCE to 300 CE.                    Roman and Han empires.
                      Imperial crises and their aftermath, 300-700 CE



The student understands the expansion of   The student understands the synthesis of
Christianity and Buddhism beyond the lands Hindu civilization in India in the era of the
of their origin.                           Gupta Empire.

(The origins and growth of Christianity)

The history of Buddhism

Monasticism
                                                                      Causes and consequences of the rise of Islamic civilization



The student understands the expansion of     The student understands the emergence of
Hindu and Buddhist traditions in Southeast   Islam and how it spread in Southwest Asia,
Asia in the first millennium CE.             North Africa, and Europe.

(The history of Buddhism)                                                                              The rise of Islam
                                                                                                             Expanding Zones of Exc



Causes and consequences of the rise of Islamic civilization in the 7th-10th centuries


                   The student understands the significance of
                   the Abbasid Caliphate as a center of cultural The student understands the consolidation
                   innovation and hub of interregional trade in of the Byzantine state in the context of
                   the 8th-10th centuries.                       expanding Islamic civilization.

                                  The rise of Islam

                                                                  Byzantium
               Expanding Zones of Exchange and Encounter, 300-1000 CE

Major developments in East Asia and Southeast Asia in the era of the Tang dynasty, 600-
                                      900 CE



The student understands China’s sustained      The student understands developments in
political and cultural expansion in the Tang   Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia in an era
period.                                        of Chinese ascendancy.
00 CE



             The search for political, social, and cultural redefinition in Europe, 500-1000 CE


        The student understands the foundations of
        a new civilization in Western Christendom in
        the 500 years following the breakup of the   The student understands the coalescence of
        western Roman Empire.                        political and social order in Europe.

        The Franks                                    The Vikings

        Charlemagne (771-814)                         Anglo-Saxon political history, 757-1066

                                                      Anglo-Saxon society and culture, 757-1066
 The development of agricultural societies and new states in tropical Africa and Oceania


The student understands state-building in
Northeast and West Africa and the            The student understands the peopling of
southward migrations of Bantu-speaking       Oceania and the establishment of
peoples.                                     agricultural societies and states.
 The rise of centers of civilization in Mesoamerica and Andean South America in the first
                                        millennium CE



The student understands the origins,         The student understands the rise of the
expansion, and achievements of Maya          Teotihuacán, Zapotec/Mixtec, and Moche
civilization.                                civilizations.

                        (Pre-Columbian civilisations in America)
  Major global trends from 300-1000 CE                     The maturing of an interregional system of communication, trade, an



                                            The student understands China's extensive
The student understands major global trends urbanization and commercial expansion
from 300 to 1000 CE.                        between the 10th and 13th centuries.
aturing of an interregional system of communication, trade, and cultural exchange in an era of Chinese economic power and Islamic expansion

                                                                  The student understands how pastoral
                                                                  migrations and religious reform movements
                                                                  between the 11th and 13th centuries
                     The student understands developments in      contributed to the rise of new states and the
                     Japanese and Southeast Asian civilization.   expansion of Islam.

                                                                  (The rise of Islam)
of Chinese economic power and Islamic expansion                                                          The redefining of European society and culture,


                     The student understands how interregional
                     communication and trade led to intensified   The student understands feudalism and the
                     cultural exchanges among diverse peoples     growth of centralized monarchies and city-
                     of Eurasia and Africa.                       states in Europe.

                                                                  Feudalism

                                                                  Warfare in medieval Europe

                                                                  King John and Magna Carta, 1199-1216

                                                                  Norman Europe

                                                                  Capetian France, 987-1328

                                                                  British political history, 1066-1154

                                                                  British political history, 1154-1399

                                                                  British society and culture, 1066-1154
The redefining of European society and culture, 1000-1300 CE



                                                    The student understands the patterns of
        The student understands the expansion of    social change and cultural achievement in
        Christian Europe after 1000.                Europe’s emerging civilizations.

        The Crusades                                European society and culture, 1000-1500

                                                    The Medieval Church

                                                    Medieval outcasts

                                                    British society and culture, 1154-1399

                                                    British society and culture, 1399-1485
                                           Intensified Hemispheric Interactions, 1000-1500



  The rise of the Mongol empire and its consequences for Eurasian peoples, 1200-1350



                                             The student understands the significance of
The student understands the world-historical Mongol rule in China, Korea, Russia, and
significance of the Mongol empire.           Southwest Asia.

                             The Mongol Empire, 1206-1368
nteractions, 1000-1500

                         The growth of states, towns, and trade in Sub-Saharan Africa between the 11th and 15th
                                                                 centuries



                                                                    The student understands the development of
                     The student understands the growth of          towns and maritime trade in East and
                     imperial states in West Africa and Ethiopia.   Southern Africa.
                                    Patterns of crisis and recovery in Afro-Eurasia, 1300-1450



The student understands the consequences The student understands transformations in
of Black Death and recurring plague      Europe following the economic and
pandemic in the 14th century.            demographic crises of the 14th century.

The Black Death, 1347-1352                The Pre-Reformation Church in Europe

                                          Humanism

                                          The Hundred Years War, 1337-1453

                                          Heresy in the Middle Ages

                                          The Medieval Church

                                          Valois France, 1328-1589

                                          British society and culture, 1399-1485

                                          Medieval Russia
in Afro-Eurasia, 1300-1450                                                The expansion of states and civilizations in the Americas, 1000-1500


                    The student understands major political
                    developments in Asia in the aftermath of the The student understands the development of
                    collapse of Mongol rule and the plague       complex societies and states in North
                    pandemic.                                    America and Mesoamerica.

                                                                                        (Pre-Columbian civilisations in America)
on of states and civilizations in the Americas, 1000-1500           Major global trends from 1000-1500 CE




                      The student understands the development of The student understands major global trends
                      the Inca empire in Andean South America.   from 1000 to 1500 CE.

  (Pre-Columbian civilisations in America)                       Capitalism

                                                                 (Warfare in medieval Europe)
           How the transoceanic interlinking of all major regions of the world from 1450 to 1600 led to global transformations


                                               The student understands the encounters
The student understands the origins and        between Europeans and peoples of Sub-
consequences of European overseas              Saharan Africa, Asia, and the Americas in
expansion in the 15th and 16th centuries.      the late 15th and early 16th centuries.

                                              European exploration and expansion, 1415-1600

                                            European encounters with the New World, 1492-1650

                                               British voyages of discovery and exploration
                                               Conquest and conversion in Spanish
                                               America, Brazil and the Caribbean
e world from 1450 to 1600 led to global transformations                                                  How European society experienced po



                    The student understands the consequences
                    of the worldwide exchange of flora, fauna, The student understands demographic,
                    and pathogens.                             economic, and social trends in Europe.
                                                               European economic development, 1492-
 expansion, 1415-1600                                          1789

he New World, 1492-1650                                        European society and culture, 1500-1789

 very and exploration                                          (Capitalism)
How European society experienced political, economic, and cultural transformations in an age of global intercommunication, 1450-1



                                             The student understands the rising military
The student understands the Renaissance,     and bureaucratic power of European states
Reformation, and Catholic Reformation.       between the 16th and 18th centuries.

The Renaissance                              Absolute monarchy, 1629-1790

The European Reformation                     Peter the Great of Russia (1682-1725)
The Catholic Reformation and the Counter-
Reformation                                  The English Civil Wars
                                             Parliament and King in the early seventeenth
Printing and literacy in Europe, 1456-1789   century
                                             The Glorious Revolution: William and Mary
The Thirty Years War, 1618-1648              (1688-1702)

The French Wars of Religion, 1562-1598       Russia, 1584-1682

Luther and the German Reformation            The Netherlands, 1477-1648
                                             Britain during the Tudor period, 1485-1603
Calvin and Zwingli                           (Topic Tree)
                                                                                                               The Emergence of t



ansformations in an age of global intercommunication, 1450-1750



                    The student understands how the Scientific The student understands the significance of
                    Revolution contributed to transformations in the Enlightenment in European and world
                    European society.                            history.
                                                                 The Enlightenment in eighteenth-century
                    The history of science to 1800               Europe

                    Witchcraft                                    Enlightened absolutism, 1740-1795

                                                                  Frederick the Great of Prussia (1740-1786)

                                                                  Catherine the Great of Russia (1762-1796)

                                                                  Maria Theresa and Joseph II (1765-1790)
                   The Emergence of the First Global Age, 1450- 1770



                        How large territorial empires dominated much of Eurasia between the 16th and 18th centuries



The student understands the extent and         The student understands how Southeast
limits of Chinese regional power under the     Europe and Southwest Asia became unified
Ming dynasty.                                  under the Ottoman Empire.

(Late Imperial China)                          The Ottoman Empire, 1492-1839
0



Eurasia between the 16th and 18th centuries                                 Economic, political, and cultural interrelations among peoples of Africa, E


                                                               The student understands how states and
                                                               peoples of European descent became
                    The student understands the rise of the    dominant in the Americas between the 16th
                    Safavid and Mughal empires.                and 18th centuries.
                    South Asian civilisations until the mid-
                    eighteenth century                         Early settler society in America
                                                               (Conquest and conversion in Spanish
                                                               America, Brazil and the Caribbean)
                                                               Spanish and French settlements in North
                                                               America and their long-term influence

                                                               The history of tobacco

                                                               The Seven Years War, 1756-1763
political, and cultural interrelations among peoples of Africa, Europe, and the Americas, 1500-1750



                     The student understands the origins and
                     consequences of the trans-Atlantic African    The student understands patterns of change
                     slave trade.                                  in Africa in the era of the slave trade.

                                                       The Atlantic slave trade

                     Slave life in America

                     Slavery
                                  Transformations in Asian societies in the era of European expansion



                                           The student understands the transformations
The student understands the development of in India, China, and Japan in an era of
European maritime power in Asia.           expanding European commercial power.
                                           (South Asian civilisations until the mid-
(British colonialism)                      eighteenth century)

(French colonialism)                         Tokugawa Japan, 1603-1868
(The East India Company's rule of India,
1757-1857)                                   (Late Imperial China)

Christian missionaries in Africa and Asia

Voyages of discovery to Australasia
n the era of European expansion                                   Major global trends from 1450 to 1770



                    The student understands major cultural
                    trends in Asia between the 16th and 18th   The student understands major global trends
                    centuries.                                 from 1450 to 1770.

                                                               Warfare in early modern Europe, 1500-1792
   The causes and consequences of political revolutions in the late 18th and early 19th
                                    centuries



The student understands how the French       The student understands how Latin
Revolution contributed to transformations in American countries achieved independence
Europe and the world.                        in the early 19th century.

                                       Revolution
                                            Independence and nation-building in Latin
The French Revolution, 1789-1799            America, 1810-1898

Napoleon (1799-1815)

The French Revolutionary Wars, 1792-1802

The Napoleonic Wars, 1803-1815
The impact of the Napoleonic Wars, 1800-
1815

The Peninsular War, 1808-1814

Bourbon France, 1589-1789

Democracy
                         The causes and consequences of the agricultural and industrial revolutions, 1700-1850


                                                The student understands how industrial
The student understands the early               economies expanded and societies
industrialization and the importance of         experienced transformations in Europe and
developments in England.                        the Atlantic basin.
The Agricultural Revolution in Britain, 1700-
1850                                            Urbanisation and population growth in Britain

The Industrial Revolution in Britain            The industrialisation of France and Germany

The cotton industry in Britain
ural and industrial revolutions, 1700-1850                                                                     The transformation of E


                     The student understands the causes and        The student understands how the Ottoman
                     consequences of the abolition of the trans-   Empire attempted to meet the challenge of
                     Atlantic slave trade and slavery in the       Western military, political, and economic
                     Americas.                                     power.

                     The abolition of slavery                      The decline of Ottoman power, 1839-1908
               The transformation of Eurasian societies in an era of global trade and rising European power, 1750-1870


                                             The student understands the consequences
The student understands Russian              of political and military encounters between
absolutism, reform, and imperial expansion   Europeans and peoples of South and
in the late 18th and 19th centuries.         Southeast Asia.
                                             The East India Company's rule of India,
Nicholas I of Russia (1825-1855)             1757-1857

Alexander II of Russia (1855-1881)           (South-east Asia in the age of imperialism)

Alexander III of Russia (1881-1894)

(Russia, 1682-1825)
The Eastern Question and the Congress of
Berlin, 1878

The Crimean War, 1853-1856
                                                                                                An Age of Revolutions, 1750-1914



lobal trade and rising European power, 1750-1870



                    The student understands how China’s Qing The student understands how Japan was
                    dynasty responded to economic and political transformed from feudal shogunate to
                    crises in the late 18th and the 19th centuries. modern nation-state in the 19th century.
                                                                    Japan: Meiji restoration and social reform,
                    Late Imperial China                             1868-1912

                    The Opium Wars, 1839-1842, 1856-1860
An Age of Revolutions, 1750-1914



                                                             Patterns of nationalism, state-building, and social reform in Europe and the Americas, 18



                The student understands how modern             The student understands the impact of new
                nationalism affected European politics and     social movements and ideologies on 19th-
                society.                                       century Europe.

                Nationalism                                    The rise of socialism in Europe

                The 1848 revolutions                           Liberalism

                German Unification, 1862-1871                  Antisemitism

                Italian Unification, 1815-1871                 Communism

                The Austro-Hungarian Empire, 1867-1918         Votes for women
                                                               Radicalism, Utilitarianism and reform
                                                               ideologies in Britain, 1830-1890
                                                               Social reform in the era of Melbourne, Peel
                                                               and Russell, 1834-1867
                                                               The origins and development of the Labour
                                                               Party

                                                               (Democracy)
te-building, and social reform in Europe and the Americas, 1830-1914



                     The student understands cultural,               The student understands the political,
                     intellectual, and educational trends in 19th-   economic, and social transformations in the
                     century Europe.                                 Americas in the 19th century.
                                                                     (Independence and nation-building in Latin
                     European society and culture, 1789-1918         America, 1810-1898)

                     Music and Society in Europe                     Canada, 1867-1914

                     Printing and literacy                           Preconfederation Canada

                                                                     Brazil, 1815-1930

                                                                     Caribbean history, 1794-1900
                                                               Patterns of global change in the era of Western military and eco


The student understands connections
between major developments in science and The student understands the causes and
technology and the growth of industrial      consequences of European settler
economy and society.                         colonization in the 19th century.
The history of science in the nineteenth and
twentieth centuries

Darwin and theories of evolution                                                                                           Bri

Disease and medicine                                                                                                       Fre
                                          The exploration and settlement of Australia,
Victorian public health reform            1788-1850
(The industrialisation of France and
Germany)                                  From colony to nation: Australia, 1850-1901

                                          New Zealand, 1840-1900
atterns of global change in the era of Western military and economic domination, 1800-1914



                      The student understands the causes of     The student understands transformations in
                      European, American, and Japanese imperial South, Southeast, and East Asia in the era
                      expansion.                                of the “new imperialism.”

                                                             Imperialism

                                                          British colonialism

                                                            French colonialism
                      British foreign and imperial policy, 1867-
                      1886                                           The Raj between 1858 and 1919

                      The Russo-Japanese War, 1904-5               South-east Asia in the age of imperialism
                      American foreign policy and colonisation,
                      1896-1920                                    The Sepoy Revolt, 1857
                                                   Major global trends from 1750-1914


The student understands the varying
responses of African peoples to world
economic developments and European             The student understands major global trends
imperialism.                                   from 1750 to 1914.

                                               Warfare, 1792-1918




Africa and European colonialism
Southern African societies in the nineteenth
century

The Scramble for Africa
     Reform, revolution, and social change in the world economy of the early century


                                             The student understands the causes and
The student understands economic and         consequences of important resistance and
industrial developments of the early 20th    revolutionary movements of the early 20th
century                                      century.
(The industrialisation of France and
Germany)                                     Nicholas II of Russia (1894-1917)
Labour history and the rise of the working
class in Britain, 1867-1914                  The Mexican Revolution, 1910-1940

(The rise of socialism in Europe)            The South African War, 1899-1902

                                             (China, 1911-1949)
                                        The causes and global consequences of World War I




The student understands the causes of       The student understands the global scope,
World War I.                                outcome, and human costs of the war.
                                            An introduction to the history of the First
The origins of the First World War          World War, 1914-1918

The Balkan Wars, 1912-3                     The Western Front and life in the trenches
                                            European Colonies during the First World
                                            War

                                            ANZACS: Australia and New Zealand at war
                                                                                                        A Half-Century of Crisis and Achievement, 1



equences of World War I



                    The student understands the causes and      The student understands postwar efforts to
                    consequences of the Russian Revolution of   achieve lasting peace and social and
                    1917.                                       economic recovery.
                                                                Collective security and the League of
                    The Russian Revolutions, 1917               Nations, 1919-1939

                    Lenin's Russia, 1917-1924                   The Weimar Republic, 1919-1933

                    Stalinist Russia, 1924-1953                 Britain between the Wars, 1918-1939

                    The Russian Civil War, 1917-1922

                    (Nicholas II of Russia (1894-1917) )
A Half-Century of Crisis and Achievement, 1900-1945



                                            The search for peace and stability in the 1920s and 1930s


                                                    The student understands the interplay
    The student understands economic, social, between scientific or technological
    and political transforma-tions in Africa, Asia, innovations and new patterns of social and
    and Latin America in the 1920s and 1930s. cultural life between 1900 and 1940.
                                                    (The history of science in the nineteenth and
    China, 1911-1949                                twentieth centuries)

    Latin America, 1898-1945                       (Disease and medicine)

    The Middle East, 1918-1945                     Tourism and travel

    Turkey, 1908-1938
lity in the 1920s and 1930s


                     The student understands the interplay of
                     new artistic and literary movements with         The student understands the causes and
                     changes in social and cultural life in various   global consequences of the Great
                     parts of the world in the post-war decades.      Depression.

                     European society and culture, 1918-              The Great Depression, 1929-1939
                                                                      The Depression and mass unemployment in
                     The development of mass media                    1930s Britain

                                                                                                     The rise of the Nazi party

                                                                      The Nazi 'economic miracle'
                                                                      The National Governments and politics in
                                                                      the 1930s
                                The causes and global consequences of World War II




             The student understands the causes of       The student understands the global scope,
             World War II.                               outcome, and human costs of the war.
                                                         An introduction to the history of the Second
             The origins of the Second World War         World War, 1939-1945

             Fascism                                     The Pacific War, 1941-1945

The rise of the Nazi party                               The Holocaust

             The Third Reich, 1933-1945                  The Second World War in Africa
             Neville Chamberlain and the policy of       European Colonies during the Second World
             appeasement                                 War

             Fascist Italy, 1922-1945                    Women during the two World Wars
                                                         America during the Second World War, 1941-
             The Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939            1945

             Japan, 1913-1945                            Winston Churchill
                                                         Russia during the Second World War, 1939-
                                                         1945
Major global trends from 1900 to the end of
               World War II                         How post-World War II reconstruction occurred, new international power relation



                                            The student understands major political and
The student understands major global trends economic changes that accompanied post-
from 1900 to the end of World War II.       war recovery.

Totalitarianism                               Post-war Europe, 1945-

(Fascism)                                     The history of the European Union

(Communism)                                   Britain and the European Community

                                              The United Nations, 1946-

                                              Post-war France, 1945-

                                              Post-war Germany, 1945-

                                              British domestic affairs since 1945

                                              Britain and the European Community

                                              Nationalisation in Britain, 1945-1951
War II reconstruction occurred, new international power relations took shape, and colonial empires broke up.



                       The student understands why global power The student understands how African, Asian,
                       shifts took place and the Cold War broke out and Caribbean peoples achieved
                       in the aftermath of World War II.            independence from European colonial rule.

                       The Cold War                                 Decolonisation

                       International relations, 1945-               Decolonisation: Britain's retreat from Empire
                                                                    India: independence and partition, 1920-
                       The Soviet Union, 1953-1991                  1947
                       Khrushchev (1953-1964) and Brezhnev          African nationalism: the struggle for
                       (1964-1982)                                  independence and inheritance
                       The history of the North Atlantic Treaty
                       Organisation                                 Independent states in Africa, 1957-

                       The Space Race                               South Asia since independence, 1947-

                       The Korean War, 1950-1953                    Muslims in India and Pakistan

                       China, 1949-                                 Israel, 1948-

                       Egypt and the Suez Canal, 1869-1956          The Middle East, 1945-
                                                                The 20th Century Since 1945: Promises and Paradoxes



                                                                                                 The search for community, stab



The student understands how population         The student understands how increasing
explosion and environmental change have        economic interdependence has transformed
altered conditions of life around the world.   human society.

                                               (The history of the European Union)

                                               (The Soviet economy)

                                               The rise of the Pacific Rim, 1976-
                                               The rise of the multinational company and
                                               consumer culture in the United States

                                               Modern Korea
0th Century Since 1945: Promises and Paradoxes



                            The search for community, stability, and peace in an interdependent world


                    The student understands how liberal             The student understands major sources of
                    democracy, market economies, and human          tension and conflict in the contemporary
                    rights movements have reshaped political        world and efforts that have been made to
                    and social life.                                address them.

                    The collapse of Communism, 1989-            Genocide in the twentieth century
                    Perestroika and glasnost: Mikhail Gorbachev
                    (1985-1991)                                 The break up of Yugoslavia

                    (Post-war Europe, 1945- )                       (The Middle East, 1945- )
                    South Africa under Apartheid: the politics of
                    race                                            Terrorism

                    Canada, 1945-                                   Iran: Revolution and Islamic rule, 1979-

                    Latin America, 1945-                            (Israel, 1948-)

                                                     War in Afghanistan, 1978-

                    Japan since 1945
endent world



               The student understands major worldwide      The student understands worldwide cultural
               scientific and technological trends of the   trends of the second half of the 20th
               second half of the 20th century.             century.

               The Nuclear Age                              (European society and culture, 1918- )

                                                            (The development of mass media)
                                                            The development of mass culture in
                                                            American society

                                                            The visual arts in the United States
                                                   World History Across the Eras

                                            Long-term changes and recurring patterns in
   Major global trends since World War II                 world history




The student understands major global trends The student understands long-term changes
since World War II.                         and recurring patterns in world history.

                                            (Democracy)

                                            (Nationalism)

                                            (Revolution)

                                            (Capitalism)

								
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