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Part IV: Modern Patterns of World History (1800-1945)
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.
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.
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
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.
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