Last updated: 8/15/2013

Global 10 Accelerated - 40 Weeks

(3) 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.2.1E Students analyze changing and competing interpretations of issues, events, and developments throughout world history.
(1) SS.C.2.2D Students explain the importance of analyzing narratives drawn from different times and places to understand historical events.
(4) 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.
(2) SS.C.2.3C Students examine the social/cultural, political, economic, and religious norms and values of Western and other world cultures.
(5) SS.C.3.1D Students understand the development and interactions of social/cultural, political, economic, and religious systems in different regions of the world.
(4) 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.
(1) SS.C.3.2B Students locate and gather geographic information from a variety of primary and secondary sources.
Part V: Toward a Global Civilization? The World Since 1945
Chapter 25: In the Grip of the Cold War: The Breakdown of the Yalta System


1. The Collapse of the Grand Alliance
• Soviet Domination of Eastern Europe
• Descent of the Iron Curtain
• The Truman Doctrine
• The Marshall Plan
• Europe Divided
2. Cold War in Asia
• The Chinese Civil War
• The New China
• The Korean War
• Conflict in Indochina
3. From Confrontation to Coexistence
• Ferment in Eastern Europe
• Rivalry in the Third World
• The Sino-Soviet Dispute
• The Second Indochina War
4. An Era of Equivalence
• The Brezhnev Doctrine
• An Era of Dètente
• Renewed Tensions in the Third World
• Countering the Evil Empire
http://www.time.com/time
/magazine/article/0,9171,9
46700,00.html

http://www.newworlden
cyclopedia.org/entry/Iron_
curtain

http://www.spartacus.school
net.co.uk/COLDmao.htm

http://www.americanrhetoric.
com/top100speechesall.html

http://www.history.navy.mil/
photos/events/kowar/kowar.htm


http://books.google.com/books
?id=ZygelRGUoU8C&dq=%E2%
80%A2%09The+Sino-Soviet+
Dispute&printsec=front
cover&source=bl&ots=jYpb
4MF3rR&sig=wmZe7eqkco-
y
jNnsz4Mfaca9oc0&hl=en&ei
=d9G_SdLDKovIMu2j5LAN
&sa=X&oi=book_result&res
num=3&ct=result

Activities

 

1. Create a timeline of major Cold War events that includes a brief description and picture of each event.

 

2. Students will debate - "Who started the Cold War - the US or USSR?"

 

3. Write a dialogue between a US and Soviet citizen that gives their point of view concerning one of the following Cold War events: the Korean War, Cuban Missile Crisis, building of the Berlin Wall, Prague Spring, Vietnam War.

 

4. Create 2 propaganda posters--a) supporting the Cultural Revolution in China b) against the Red Guard in China.

 

 

Smoke over the Golan

One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich

 

The Girl in the Red Scarf

 

Revolution is Not a Dinner Party

 

Good Morning Vietnam

 

13 Days

54. Why were
the United
States and the
Soviet Union
suspicious of
each other
after World
War II, and
what events
between 1945
and 1949
heightened the
tensions
between
the two
nations?

55. How did
Mao Zedong
and the
Communists
come to
power in
China, and
what were
the Cold War
 implications
of their
Triumph?

(1) SS.C.2.1C Students analyze historic events from around the world by examining accounts written from different perspectives.
(3) 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.
(4) 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.2.4A 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.
(2) SS.C.3.1A Students understand how to develop and use maps and other graphic representations to display geographic issues, problems, and questions.
(5) SS.C.3.1D Students understand the development and interactions of social/cultural, political, economic, and religious systems in different regions of the world.
(4) 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.
(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.4.1C Students understand the nature of scarcity and how nations of the world make choices which involve economic and social costs and benefits.
Chapter 26: Brave New World: Communism on Trial
1. The Postwar Soviet Union

• From Stalin to Khrushchev
• The Brezhnev Years (1964-1982)
• Cultural Expression in the Soviet Bloc
• Social Changes in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
2. The Disintegration of the Soviet Empire
• The Gorbachev Era
• The New Russia: From Empire to Nation
• Eastern Europe: From Sattelites to Sovereign Nations
3. The East is Red: China Under Communism
• New Democracy
• The Transition to Socialism
• The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution
• From Mao to Deng
• Incident at Tiananmen Square
• From Marx to Confucius?
4. “Serve the People”: Chinese Society Under Communism
• Economics in Command
• Social Problems
• China’s Changing Culture






http://www.pbs.org/redfiles/
bios/all_bio_nikita_khrushchev
.htm

http://www.experiencefestival.
com/history_of_russia_-_the_
khrushchev_and_brezhnev_years


http://www.faqs.org/cia/docs/
129/0000258827/SOVIET-
SATELLITE-DRIVE-
AGAINST-WESTERN-
INFLUENCE-IN-EASTERN-
EUROPE-(ORE-17-50).html


http://news.bbc.co.uk/onthis
day/hi/dates/stories/june/4/
newsid_2496000/2496277.stm

Activities

 

1. Pretend you are a member of the Moscow Ballet.  Write a letter home that describes the differences between New York City and Moscow.  Differences should include political, economical and social opportunities in each country.

 

2. Create a powerpoint that explains the fall of communism in the USSR and each Eastern European nation.

 

3. Write a diary about you experiences at the Tiananmen Square from the point of view of a Chinese student.

 

4. Create a timeline of important events in China from Deng to the present.

 

 

White Nights

 

The Fall of the Soviet Union

 

China Since Mao

 

Deng Xiaoping

 

56. How did
Nikita
Khrushchev
change the
system that
the soviet
dictator
Joseph
Stalin had
put in place
before his
death in
1953?
57. What were
Mao Zedong’s
 chief goals
for China,
and what
policies
did he
institute
to try to
achieve
them?
(3) 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.
(3) SS.C.2.2C Students analyze evidence critically and demonstrate an understanding of how circumstances of time and place influence perspective.
(4) 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.2.4A 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.
(5) SS.C.3.1D Students understand the development and interactions of social/cultural, political, economic, and religious systems in different regions of the world.
(4) 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.
(1) SS.C.3.1F Students explain how technological change affects people, places, and regions.
Chapter 27: Europe and the Western Hemisphere Since 1945
1. Recovery and Renewal in Europe
• Western Europe: The Triumph of Democracy
• Eastern Europe After Communism
• The Unification of Europe
2. Emergence of the Superpower: The United States
• American Politics and Society Through the Vietnam Era
• The Shift Rightward After 1973
3. The Development of Canada
4. Latin America Since 1945

• The Threat of Marxist Revolutions
• Nationalism and the Military: The Examples of Argentina and Brazil
• The Mexican Way
5. Society and Culture in the Western World
• The Emergence of a New Society
• The Permissive Society
• Women in the Postwar Western World
• The Growth of Terrorism
• Guest Workers and Immigrants
• The Environment and the Green Movements
• Western Culture Since 1945
• Trends in Art
• The World of Science and Technology
• Varieties in Religious Life
• The Explosion of Popular Culture
http://www.questia.com/
PM.qst?a=o&d=57126241





http://www.amazon.com/
Years-Discord-American-
Politics-1961-1974/dp/039
330910X


http://go.hrw.com/hrw.nd/
arbiter/pRedirect?project=
hrwonline&siteId=391&page
Id=1935








http://muse.jhu.edu/login?
uri=/journals/journal_of_
womens_history/v012/12.
1bucher.html


http://www.adbi.org/discussion-
paper/2008/07/25/2665.terrorism
.impact.growth.conflicts.asia.
1970.2004/

Activities

 

1. Compare and contrast East and West Germany both before and after the fall of communism.

 

2. Create a timeline of events of the wars in the Balkans after the fall of communism.

 

3. Label a map of Europe after the fall of communism.

 

4. Write an essay that descibes the role of women in the Western world after the Feminist Revolution.

 

5. Create a chart of political and economic changes in Latin America since 1945.

Evita

 

Lacuna

58. What
problems
have the
nations of
Western
Europe
faced since
1945, and
what steps
have they
taken to
try to
solve these
problems?
59. What are
the similarities
and differences
between the
 major
political,
economic,
and social
developments
in the first
half of the
20th century
and in the
second
half of the
century?
(3) 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.
(3) SS.C.2.2C Students analyze evidence critically and demonstrate an understanding of how circumstances of time and place influence perspective.
(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.
(2) SS.C.2.3C Students examine the social/cultural, political, economic, and religious norms and values of Western and other world cultures.
(2) SS.C.3.1A Students understand how to develop and use maps and other graphic representations to display geographic issues, problems, and questions.
(5) SS.C.3.1D Students understand the development and interactions of social/cultural, political, economic, and religious systems in different regions of the world.
Chapter 28: Challenges of Nation-Building in Africa and the Middle East
1. Uhuru: The Struggle for Independence in Africa

• The Colonial Legacy
• The Rise of Nationalism
2. The Era of Independence
• Pan-Africanism and Nationalism: The Destiny of Africa
• Dream and Reality:Political and Economic Conditions in Independent Africa
• The Search for Solutions
3. Continuity and Change in Modern African Societies
• Education
• Rural Life
• African Women
• African Culture
• Gathered at the Beach
4. Crescent of Conflict
• The Question of Palestine
• Nasser and Pan-Arabism
• The Arab Israeli Dispute
• Revolution in Iran
• Crisis in the Gulf
• Conflict in Afghanistan and Iraq
http://www.african.gu.se/aa/pdfs/
aa05142.pdf



http://www.jstor.org/pss/274158

http://www.suite101.com/article.
cfm/african_history/62933


http://findarticles.com/p/articles
/mi_qa4106/is_200312/ai_n
9337517


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
Gamal_Abdel_Nasser http://s
ocialissues.wiseto.com/Articles
/EJ3010252209/
http://www.iranchamber.com/
history/islamic_revolution
/islamic _revolution.php

Activities

 

1. Assign groups of students a nation in Africa where they create a powerpoint showing a) how independence was achieved b) problems the new nation faced c) world reaction to their problems/successes d) political, social and economic issues today.

 

2. Write a diary entry from Nelson Mandela just before he is released from prison and describe his experiences under apartheid.

 

3. Create a chart of the causes and effests of the Arab-Israeli Crisis.

 

4. Students debate - "Who should control Israel - the Arabs or the Jews?"

 

5. Write a persuasive essay that analyzes the role of oil and US involvement in the Persian Gulf. 

Hotel Rwanda

 

Nelson Mandela

 

Not Without My Daughter

 

Argo

60. What role
did nationalist
movements
play in the
transition to
independence
in Africa,
and how did
such movements
differ from
their counter-
parts elsewhere?
61. How did
the colonial
era and the
rise of indepen-
dent states
affect the
lives and
the role of
women in
African
societies?
How does
that role
compare
with other
parts of the
contemporary
world?
(4) 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.3.1C Students investigate the characteristics, distribution, and migration of human populations on the Earth’s surface.
(5) SS.C.3.1D Students understand the development and interactions of social/cultural, political, economic, and religious systems in different regions of the world.
(4) 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.
5. Society and Culture in the Contemporary Middle East
• Varieties of Government
• The Economics of Oil
• The Islamic Revival
• The Role of Women
• Literature and Art

Chapter 29: Toward the Pacific Century?
1. South Asia
• The End of the British Raj
• Independent India
• The Land of the Pure: Pakistan Since Independence
• Poverty and Pluralism in South Asia
• South Asian Art and Literature Since Independence
• Gandhi’s Vision
2. Southeast Asia
• The Era of Independent States
• Regional Conflict and Cooperation: The Rise of ASEAN
• Daily Life: Town and Country in Southeast Asia
• Cultural Trends
• A Region in Flux
3. East Asia
• The Japanese Miracle: The Transformation of Modern Japan
• The Little Tigers
• On the Margins of Asia: Postwar Australia and New Zealand
• Explaining the East Asian Miracle
http://books.google.com/
books?id=cNTyGwuYi
VwC&dq=%E2%80%A
2%09Conflict+in+Afghanistan
+and+Iraq&printsec=front
cover&source=bl&ots=Nnvl_
ONlnP&sig=mnVhFuhx7
FGU1eZ_GqxTIv9NY0k&hl
=en&ei=quS_SZjtLoygM8
6uqK0N&sa=X&oi=book
_result&resnum=4&ct=result

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
History_of_the_Republic_of_
India


http://www.hindu.com/2007/
10/13/stories/200710136352
1800.htm


http://books.google.com/books?
id=XaK_xAYmbfsC&pg=PA
246&lpg=PA246&dq=%E2%80
%A2%09The+Japanese+Miracle:
+The+Transformation+of+Modern+
Japan&source=bl&ots=9Ft6IkW
fyJ&sig=JmxiLwrC42OfSLf0BM
Pl3MA7uL8&hl=en&ei=puW_
SaOSKpL2MNCBwZ8N&sa=
X&oi=book_result&resnum=3&
ct=result#PPP1,M1


 http://query.nytimes.com/gst/
fullpage.html?res=9AO2E4
DC1F3DF931A35751C1
A9669C8B63


http://thelandofpure.blogs
pot.com/



http://www.abac.edu/awright/
HIST1112/PPT/ch29.ppt




http://www.fordham.edu/
halsall/eastasia/eastasias
book.html



http://www.aseansec.org/

http://www.math.uic.edu/
~dturk/japanhistory.html


http://www.monthlyre
view.org/0901halevi.htm

 

Activities

 

1. Create a graphic organizer explaing the major political, economic, and social issues of each leader in India since 1948.

 

2. Write an essay analyzing the causes and effects of the Green Revolution in India.

 

3. Create a chart of major technological advances in Japan from 1945-present.

 

 

Review Activities

 

1. Research paper on an individual who has had an impact on his nation or society.

 

2. Graphic organizer on problems in the world today (terrorism, deforestation, disease, etc.)

 

3. Groups prepare powerpoint presentations covering material in each chapter studied.

 

4. Use graphic organizers to prepare for Thematic and DBQ essay writing.

 

5. Create posters that describe the Global Studies Themes.

 

6. Analyze how a nation has changed over time in respect to political, economic and social issues.

 

7. Practice multiple choice questions using Castle Learning to prepare for the Regents Exam.

Gandhi

 

The Killing Fields

 

62. How have
religious issues
affected
economic,
social, and
cultural
conditions
in the
Middle East
 in recent
decades?
63. What
kinds of
problems
have the
nations of
South and
Southeast
Asia faced
since 1945,
and how
have they
attempted
to solve
these
problems?
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