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Global 10 Accelerated - 20 Weeks

(1) 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.2.1B Students understand the development and connectedness of Western civilization and other civilizations and cultures in many areas of the world and over time.
(1) SS.C.2.1C Students analyze historic events from around the world by examining accounts written from different perspectives.
(1) SS.C.2.1D Students understand the broad patterns, relationships, and interactions of cultures and civilizations during particular eras and across eras.
(1) SS.C.2.1E Students analyze changing and competing interpretations of issues, events, and developments throughout world history.
(1) 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.
(1) 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.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.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.
(1) SS.C.4.2C Students apply a problem-solving model to identify economic problems or issues, generate hypotheses, test hypotheses, investigate and analyze selected data, consider alternative solutions or positions, and make decisions about the best solution or position.

Part IV: Modern Patterns of World History (1800-1945)
Chapter 18: The Beginnings of Modernization: Industrialization and Nationalism (1800-1870)


1. The Industrial Revolution and Its Impact
• The Industrial Revolution in Great Britain
• The Spread of Industrialization
• Limiting the Spread of Industrialization to the Rest of the World
• Social Impact of the Industrial Revolution
2. Reaction and Revolution: The Growth of Nationalism
• Forces for Change
• The Revolutions of 1848
• Independence and the Development of the National State in Latin America
• Nationalism in the Balkans: The Ottoman Empire and the Eastern Question
3. National Unification and the National State (1848-1871)
• The Unification of Italy
• The Unification of Germany
• Nationalism and Reform: The European National State at Mid-Century
• The Growth of the United Sates
• The Emergence of a Canadian Nation
4. Cultural Life: Romanticism and Realism in the Western World
• The Characteristics of Romanticism
• A New Age of Science
• Realism in Literature and Art

http://www.fordham.edu/
halsall/mod/modsbook
14.html







http://www.revision-notes.
co.uk/revision/199.html

http://www.age-of-the-sage.
org/history/1848/revolution_
of_1848.html





http://www.arcaini.com/
ITALY/ItalyHistory/Italian
Unification.htm


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
Unification_of_Germany






http://academic.brooklyn.
cuny.edu/english/melani/cs6
/rom.html

http://www.history.
rochester.edu/pennymag/

http://www.ceri-science
spo.com/archive/nov05
/artsg.pdf

http://www.lib.msu.
edu/sowardsbalkan/
lecture3.html



http://nationstatecrisis.org/



http://members.aol.com/
VERSA/society.html



http://www.fordham.edu/
halsall/mod/modsbook3.html



http://faculty.washington.
edu/eckman/ModernismTime
line 

Activities:

A. identify specificexamples of economic,philosophical,political, and scientific ideads that were the foundation of the enlightenment.

b. Demonstrate the impact of the Enlightenment on segments of society.

c. evaluate to what extwent revolutions in North America, France and South America brought about expectations of Liberty, Eqaulity, fraternity and Justice.

d. cite examples of nationalism and explain how it and other factors including but not limited to class status, eighteenth century philisophical ideas, and industrialization cotributed to revolutionary changes.

e. explain the long term and short term causes of the Russian Revolution and how they led to the establishment of the Soviet State.

Activities:

Students will create a chart that compares the ideas of John Locke,Montesquieu, and Rousseau.

Students will create a chart comparing European colonization of Africa and Asia. Naming countries, type of administrtion,economies, and type of relationship to colonial people.

Students will complete a timeline of unificationand nationalisim comparing and contrasting Italy and Germany.

Students will create an annotated timeline of the events in Russia from 1800 to 1935.

Test

38. What
were the
basic features
of the new
industrial
system
created
by the
Industrial
Revolution,
and what
effects did
the new
system have
on urban
life, social
classes,
family life,
and standards
of living?
39. To what
extent did
Europe become
predominant in
the world
economy
during this
period?
40. What were
the main
characteristics
of Romanticism
and Realism?

Chapter 19: The Emergence of Mass Society in the Western World
1. The Emergence of Mass Society in the Western World

• New Products
• New Patterns
• Toward a World Economy
• The Spread of Industrialization
• Women and Work: New Job Opportunities
• Organizing the Working Classes
2. The Emergence of Mass Society
• The New Urban Environment
• The Social Structure of Mass Society
• The Experiences of Women
• Education in an Age of Mass Society
• Leisure in an Age of Mass Society
3. The National State
• Tradition and Change in Latin America
• Political Change in Latin America
• The Rise of the United Sates
• The Growth of Canada
• The National State in Europe
• International Rivalries and the Winds of War
• The Ottoman Empire and Nationalism in the Balkans
4. Toward the Modern Consciousness: Intellectual and Cultural Developments
• A New Physics
• Sigmund Freud and Psychoanalysis
• Social Darwinism and Racism
• The Culture of Modernity
http://books.google.com/
books?id=-f0MgJ061Mo
C&dq=%E2%80%A2%
09Realism+in+Literature+
and+Art&printsec=frontc
over&source=bl&ots=
Hyoxf00Exv&sig=8EI-
gfFuL1IehARPV0LNJ
fmR-Kk&hl=en&ei=rLG_
SZOhG4zEM7Ttva4N&
sa=X&oi=book_result&
resnum=6&ct=result


http://www.laredoclass.net
/worldhistory2/pdf%20files
/industrial%20rev/ch%2013
-1%20essentials.pdf


http://www.questia.com/
library/book/a-short-history
-of-the-british-working-
class-movement-1789-1947
-vol-2-by-g-d-h-cole.jsp


http://www.cotf.edu/earthinfo
/balkans/BKdef.html


http://husky1.stmarys.ca/~
wmills/course203/8Racism.
html

http://ab.edu/~decol_l/
worker.html



http://www.anu.edu.au/
polsci/marx/classics/mani
festo.html



http://home.earthlink.net/~
womenwhist




http://www.learner.org/
exhibits/collapse/


http://www.latinsynergy.org/
latinamericahistory.html

http://europeanhistory.about.
com/od/thebalkansandturkey
/The_Balkans

Analyze the factors that brought about the end to systems of forced labor in the world.

Document the changes in the status and roles of women over time.

Students will design a comparison chart of the class systems of France, India, the United States, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Imperial Russia andearly 20th century South Africa.

Compare the effects of the Great depression of the 1930's on the world's political systems

Investigate the impact of technology on the conduct of and the stratagy utilized in World War I.

Create a map of the pre and Post World War I Europe and analyze the impact of the changes on the post World War I world.

Compare and Contrast the political nature of Pre World War I Europe to Totalitarian regimes of the 1930's Europe.

Students will debate "Was Germany and it's policies responsible for World War I? " Student will form groups that represent the 4 major powers of Europe, Great Britain, France, England, and Russia.

 

41. What is
meant by
the term
mass society,
and what
were its main
characteristics?

42. What were
the main ideas
of Karl Marx,
and what role
did they play
in politics and
the union
movement in
the late 19th
and early
20th centuries?

43. What were
the causes
of the New
Imperialism
Of the 19th
century, and
how did it
differ from
European
expansion in
earlier periods?
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