Last updated: 7/30/2014

Social Studies - Grade 10 - Unit 6

(2) SS.C.2.1A Students define culture and civilization, explaining how they developed and changed over time. Investigate the various components of cultures and civilizations including social customs, norms, values, and traditions; political systems; economic systems; religions and spiritual beliefs; and socialization or educational practices.
(2) SS.C.2.1C Students analyze historic events from around the world by examining accounts written from different perspectives.
(1) SS.C.2.1E Students analyze changing and competing interpretations of issues, events, and developments throughout world history.
(2) SS.C.2.2C Students analyze evidence critically and demonstrate an understanding of how circumstances of time and place influence perspective.
(1) SS.C.2.2E Students investigate key events and developments and major turning points in world history to identify the factors that brought about change and the long-term effects of these changes.
(3) SS.C.2.3A Students analyze the roles and contributions of individuals and groups to social, political, economic, cultural, and religious practices and activities.
(2) SS.C.2.3B Students explain the dynamics of cultural change and how interactions between and among cultures has affected various cultural groups throughout the world.
(1) SS.C.2.4A Students identify historical problems, pose analytical questions or hypotheses, research analytical questions or test hypotheses, formulate conclusions or generalizations, raise new questions or issues for further investigation.
(1) SS.C.2.4B Students interpret and analyze documents and artifacts related to significant developments and events in world history.
(1) SS.C.2.4C Students plan and organize historical research projects related to regional or global interdependence.
(1) SS.C.4.1A Students analyze the effectiveness of varying ways societies, nations, and regions of the world attempt to satisfy their basic needs and wants by utilizing scarce resources.
(1) SS.C.4.1B Students define and apply basic economic concepts such as scarcity, supply/demand, opportunity costs, production, resources, money and banking, economic growth, markets, costs, competition, and world economic systems.
(1) SS.C.4.1G Students understand the roles in the economic system of consumers, producers, workers, investors, and voters.
Unit Six: A Half-Century of Crisis and Achievement (1900-1945)



A. World War I (1.5 Weeks)
1. Europe: the physical setting
2. Causes
3. Impacts
4. Effects of scientific/technological
advances on warfare
5. Armenian Massacre
6. Collapse of the Ottoman Empire
7. The war as reflected in literature, art, and propaganda

B. Revolution and change in Russia—
causes and impacts (1 week)
1. Czar Nicholas II
2. The Revolution of 1905
3. March Revolution and provisional
government
4. Bolshevik Revolution
5. V.I. Lenin’s rule in Russia
6. Stalin and the rise of a modern
totalitarian state: industrialization,
command economy,
collectivization
7. Russification of ethnic republics
8. Forced famine in Ukraine
9. Reign of Terror

10.5a, 10.5b, 10.5c, 10.5d, 10.5e
 
 

 

 

Ch. 27 Section 1
p. 538-541

Ch. 27 Section 2

p. 542-547

Ch.27 Section 4

p. 553-557
 
 
 
 
 
 Ch. 27 Section 3

p. 548-552

Ch. 28 Section 2

p. 569-571

Web Page,
The Great War (PBS)

Web Page,
First World War.com


ABC-CLIO Sources,
Decline of the
Ottoman Empire




ABC-CLIO Sources,
End of the Russian Czar

ABC-CLIO Image,
Nicholas II Captive

ABC-CLIO Image,
St. Petersburg Landmark

ABC-CLIO Speech,
V. I. Lenin

ABC-CLIO Speech,
Joseph Stalin on
Five-Year Plan (1933)


ABC-CLIO Quote,
Collectivization
Remarque, Erich Maria
All Quiet on the Western Front







Solzhenitsyn, Alexander
One Day in the
Life of Ivan
Denisovich
17). In what
ways did the
system of
European
nation-states
help lead to
WWI?
18). What were
the major
causes of
WWI?
19). What led
to the fall of
the czarist
regime in
Russia?
20). What
effect did
peace
settlements
have on
Europe after
WWI?
(2) SS.C.2.1C Students analyze historic events from around the world by examining accounts written from different perspectives.
(3) SS.C.2.3A Students analyze the roles and contributions of individuals and groups to social, political, economic, cultural, and religious practices and activities.
(2) SS.C.2.3B Students explain the dynamics of cultural change and how interactions between and among cultures has affected various cultural groups throughout the world.
(1) SS.C.2.4D Students analyze different interpretations of important events, issues, or developments in world history by studying the social, political, and economic context in which they were developed; by testing the data source for reliability and validity, credibility, authority, authenticity, and completeness; and by detecting bias, distortion of the facts, and propaganda by omission, suppression, or invention of facts.
C. Between the wars (1 week)
1. Human and physical geography
2. Treaty of Versailles and the League
of Nations
3. Modernization and westernization
of a secular Turkey—Kemal Atatürk
4. Women’s suffrage movement
5. Great Depression—causes and impacts
6. Weimar Republic and the rise of fascism
as an aftermath of World War I
7. Japanese militarism and imperialism
a. Manchuria, 1931
b. Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945)
8. Policy of appeasement—Munich Pact
9. Colonial response to European
imperialism
Case studies: Mohandas Gandhi,
Reza Khan,Jiang Jieshi (Chiang Kaishek),
Mao Zedong.; Zionism, Arab
nationalism, the Amritsar
massacre—Indian nationalism, Salt
March, civil disobedience
10.Arabic and Zionist nationalism

 

 

Ch. 28 Section 1
p. 562-566
 
Ch. 28 Section 2
p. 567-569, 571-572
 
Ch. 28 Section 3
p. 573-577 
 
Ch. 29 Section 1
p.582-586
 
Ch. 29 Section 2
p. 587-592

 

Ch. 29 Section 3

p. 593-598



 

ABC-CLIO Document,
Treaty of Versailles

ABC-CLIO Document,
League of Nations

ABC-CLIO Speech,
Kemal Ataturk on
Turkish Politics


Web Site,
EBSCOhost Online
Research Databases



Movie, Gandhi







Karen Hesse
“Out of the Dust.”
21). What clause
in the Treaty
of Versailles
particularly
angered the
Germans?
22). Why was
the League of
Nations unable
to maintain
peace?
23). Why did
certain
European
countries
become
dictatorial
regimes?
(2) SS.C.2.1A Students define culture and civilization, explaining how they developed and changed over time. Investigate the various components of cultures and civilizations including social customs, norms, values, and traditions; political systems; economic systems; religions and spiritual beliefs; and socialization or educational practices.
(1) SS.C.2.1D Students understand the broad patterns, relationships, and interactions of cultures and civilizations during particular eras and across eras.
(2) SS.C.2.2C Students analyze evidence critically and demonstrate an understanding of how circumstances of time and place influence perspective.
(1) SS.C.2.2D Students explain the importance of analyzing narratives drawn from different times and places to understand historical events.
(3) SS.C.2.3A Students analyze the roles and contributions of individuals and groups to social, political, economic, cultural, and religious practices and activities.
(1) SS.C.3.1A Students understand how to develop and use maps and other graphic representations to display geographic issues, problems, and questions.
(1) SS.C.3.1E Students analyze how the forces of cooperation and conflict among people influence the division and control of the Earth’s surface.
D.World War II—causes and impact (2 weeks)
1. Human and physical geography
2. The Nazi and Japanese states
3. Key individuals—Hitler, Mussolini,
Stalin, Churchill, and Roosevelt
4. Key events—Dunkirk, the Blitz, D-Day,
Hitler’s second front, the war
in the Pacific
5. The Nazi Holocaust: the
extermination of Jews, Poles,
other Slavs, Gypsies, disabled,
and others
6. Resistance
7. Japan’s role—Nanjing, Bataan,
Pearl Harbor
8. War in China—Long March
9. Impacts of technology on total
war
10.Hiroshima and Nagasaki
11.War crime trials
12.Global spatial arrangements—
post-World War II world

 

 

Ch. 30 Section 1
p. 608-612

 
 
Ch. 30 Section 2
p. 613-617


Ch. 30 Section 3
p. 618-622
 
Ch. 30 Section 4
p. 623-626
 
 
Ch. 30 Section 5

p. 627-631

Power Media Plus Video,
Causes of World War
II, 2nd edition

Power Media Plus
Video, Life under
Adolf Hitler

Web Page,
THE WAR | PBS

ABC-CLIO Activity
Resources, World War
II Geopolitics

ABC-CLIO Resources,
Blitzkrieg, Axis Control
and Churchill's Response

ABC-CLIO Resources,
Analyzing Nuclear
Weaponry and Cost

Web Page, Holocaust
Survivors
Dunmore, Helen
“The Siege”

Ayer, Eleanor
“Parallel Journey”

Hersey, John
“Hiroshima”

Follet, Kenneth
“Eye of the Needle”
23). Why did certain
European
countries become
dictatorial
regimes?
24). How did
German and
Japanese actions
 lead to WWII?
25). What groups
did Nazi Germany
target for
genocide?
What were the
war genocide
outcomes?
Unit 6
militarism, Archduke Francis Ferdinand, Central Powers, Allied Powers, trench warefare, propaganda, armistice, reparations,  alliance, nationalism, Imperialism, Soviet ,Vladimir Lenin, Bolshevik, Joseph Stalin, Five Year Plan, russification, totalitarian rule, collectivization, mandate, Pan-Arabism, civil disobedience, Guomindang, fascism, war guilt, mandates, woman’s suffrage, appeasement, Charles deGaulle, genocide, concentration camp, Bataan Death March
Unit 6
members.aol.com/MrDonnHistory/World.html  
www.cloudnet.com/~edrbsass/edhist.html 
www.teachervision.com/index.html
edsitement.neh.gov/tab_lesson.asp?subjectArea=3&subcategory=28
images.library.uiuc.edu/projects/TDC/LessonPlans/WorldWarOne.html
school.discovery.com/lessonplans/worldhis.html   
www.wisconsinhistory.org/teachers/lessons/wwi
www.historychannel.com/classroom
Revolution and Change in Russia
www.stel.ru/museum/first_russian_revolution_1905.htm
www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Russian-Revolution
www.besthistorysites.net/20thCentury_RussianRevolution.shtml
school.discovery.com/lessonplans/worldhis.html
www.eskimo.com/~tiktok/ozteach.html
www.geocities.com/soonerrobb/whlp4.htm
www.wm.edu/act2online/Lesson_Plans/sechistory.html
www.historyguide.org/europe/lecture6.html
www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Russian-Revolution
www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Vladimir-Lenin
Between the World Wars
www.alba-valb.org/albaeduprg.htm
www.usask.ca/education/ideas/tplan/sslp/sslp.htm
www.cloudnet.com/~edrbsass/edhist.htm
www.wm.edu/act2online/Lesson_Plans/sechistory.html
www.beyondbooks.com/bbteacher/lessons/indexush11.asp
www.education-world.com/a_lesson/00-2/lp2199.shtml
www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/League-of-Nations
www.cr.nps.gov/nr/twhp/wwwlps/lessons/14wilson/14wilson.htm
www.pbs.org/newshour/extra/teachers/lessonplans/iraq/unrole_4-6.html
www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Mustapha-Kemal-Ataturk
www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Mustafa_Kemal_Ataturk
www.websterschools.org/classrooms/state_library/mideast.html
www.skidmore.edu/www/academics/fll/german/LS195/oldminutes.html
www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Weimar-Republic
www.kuce.org/isc/previews/hist/hist341_lesson.html
www.thealegreen.org.uk/history/alevel/as.htm
www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Soviet_Nazi-pact
www.history-of-the-holocaust.org/LIBARC/LEXICON/LexEntry/MuniConf.html
www.wws.princeton.edu/~cases/papers/appeasement.html
www.kingphilip.org/kphigh/history/Weblinks.htm
www.fsmitha.com/h2/ch21b.html
www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Mohandas-Gandhi
www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Reza-Khan
www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Mao-Zedong
www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Arabs
www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Saddam-Hussein
www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Amritsar_Massacre
World War II
www.lessonplansz.com/worldwariilessonplans
www.wisconsinhistory.org/teachers/lessons/ww2
www.holocaust-trc.org/lesson.htm
www.archives.gov/digital_classroom/teaching_with_documents.html
www.historychannel.com/classroom
www.lessonplanspage.com/SSOriginsOfWWIIDiscussionAndWorksheets1012.htm
www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Adolf-Hitler
www.thirteen.org/edonline/ntti/resources/lessons/death/b.html
www.stanford.edu/dept/CREES/WWIIwebs.html
www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/stalin
www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/WWII
www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Benito-Mussolini
www.adifferentplace.org/worldwar2.htm
www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Mussolini
www.fcboe.org/schoolhp/shes/WWII.htm
www.ccny.cuny.edu/library/Divisions/Government/DDay.html
www.usd.edu/~rwright/lesson_plans.htm
www.glc.k12.ga.us/newsarch/06_04/Current/celeb/dday.htm
www.trumbull.k12.oh.us/Teachers/resources/Themes/WWII/worldwarII.htm
www.adifferentplace.org/worldwar2.htm
www.education-world.com/a_sites/sites037.shtml
www.kcsd.k12.pa.us/~rwykoff/holocaust/lsn.htm


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