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1 School District of Springfield Township Springfield Township High School Course Overview Course Name: World History II (Academic) Course Description: World History II (Academic) resumes the story of world history begun in World History I by reviewing the Age of Monarchy, tracing the Age of Revolutions, and including such topics as imperialism in Africa and Asia, and the World Wars. It concludes with early Cold War years. Unit Titles Unit 1: The Enlightenment and the American Revolution Unit 2: The French Revolution and Napoleon Unit 3: The Industrial Revolution Unit 4: World War I Unit 5: The Russian Revolution and Revolutions around the World Unit 6: World War II and its aftermath Essential Questions 1. How has the individual impacted history? 2. How have political and social systems evolved over time? 3. How has history shaped art and literature? 4. How is the theme of continuity and change evident throughout history? Big Ideas/Enduring Understandings: Unit 1: The Enlightenment and the American Revolution The Enlightenment challenged the traditional order in Europe. Ideas of the physiocrats clashed with mercantilist policy. Enlightenment ideas at first affected only the upper levels of European society. Constitutional government evolved in Britain and the United States. Unit 2: The French Revolution and Napoleon New beliefs and attitudes inspired the leaders of the French Revolution. The French Revolution reshaped social and political institutions. Napoleon Bonaparte created upheaval across Europe. The effects of the French Revolution were far reaching.

2 Unit 3: The Industrial Revolution The Industrial Revolution transformed traditional ways of life. Capital and technology played important roles in the Industrial Revolution. Individual contributions shape the industrial age. New social and political philosophies developed during the industrial age. Science and new ways of doing business promoted industrial growth. Social, economic, and intellectual developments reshaped western social values. Literature, music, and visual arts reflected changing attitudes and values. Individuals made contributions in science, business, and the arts. Unit 4: World War I Political and military rivalries pushed the European powers toward war in the early 1900s. World War I became the first global war in history. Total war had a significant impact on soldiers and on civilians. Peace treaties ending the war led to both bitterness and hope. Unit 5: The Russian Revolution and Revolutions around the World Political, social, and, economic conditions in czarist Russia sparked a revolution. Lenin and Stalin played important roles in the emergence of the Soviet Union. The Soviet economy developed after the revolution. The Soviet Union became a totalitarian state. Nationalism and a desire for modernization affected countries around the world. The Great Depression affected world economies. Anti-imperialism movements awakened powerful forces. Unit 6: World War II and its Aftermath There were many causes and effects of the Great Depression. Writers and artists reflected the mood of postwar Europe and the United States. Some countries turned to authoritarian governments in the postwar era. Fascism upheld values of the past. The world plunged into a second global conflict after World War I. Technology affected the fighting and destruction in World War II. Totalitarian regimes were able to carry out their goals during the war. World War II changed the balance of world power. Geography influenced the war in Eastern Europe and Russia.

3 Key Competencies/Skills/Procedures: Take effective notes Read maps Compare viewpoints Use charts and graphs Analyze primary sources Interpret events Comparison Think chronologically Synthesize and evaluate information Sequence Provide context for events Connect and analyze cause and result Evaluate continuity and change on societies and individuals Evaluate conflict and cooperation in world history Ask questions Solve problems and make decisions Core Vocabulary: Unit 1: The Enlightenment and the American Revolution Natural law social contract natural right Philosophe physiocrat laissez faire Censorship salon enlightened despot Baroque rococo constitutional government Cabinet prime minister oligarchy Popular sovereignty loyalist federal republic Unit 2: The French Revolution and Napoleon Bourgeoisie deficit spending faction Émigré republic suffrage Nationalism secular plebiscite Annex blockade guerrilla warfare Abdicate legitimacy Unit 3: The Industrial Revolution Anesthetic enclosure smelt Capital factory turnpike Urbanization tenement labor union Utilitarianism socialism means of production Communism proletariat dynamo Interchangeable parts assembly line stock

4 Corporation cartel germ theory Urban renewal mutual aid society standard of living Cult of domesticity racism temperance movement Social gospel women s suffrage romanticism Realism impressionism Unit 4: World War I and its Aftermath Pacifism militarism entente Ultimatum mobilize neutrality Stalemate no man s land zeppelin U-boat convoy total war Conscription propaganda atrocity Self determination armistice pandemic Reparations collective security mandate Unit 5: The Russian Revolution and Revolutions around the World Proletariat soviet commissar Command economy collective kulak Totalitarian state atheism socialist realism Naturalization economic nationalism cultural nationalism Apartheid polygamy ahimsa Civil disobedience Diet ultranationalist Unit 6: World War II and its Aftermath Disarmament overproduction margin buying General strike psychoanalysis abstract Surrealism flapper stream of consciousness Chancellor repudiate concentration camp Sanction appeasement pacifism Anschluss blitzkrieg radar Sonar genocide collaborator Reparations island-hopping kamikaze Containment satellite Core Resource: Prentice Hall s World History-Connections to Today (Modern Era) 2003 Pennsylvania State Standards Guiding Course: Unit 1: The Enlightenment and the American Revolution 5.1 Principles and Documents of Government 5.2 Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship

5 5.3 How Government Works 2. Economics 6.3 Functions of Government 3. Geography 4. History Unit 2: The French Revolution and Napoleon 5.3 How Government Works 2. Geography 3. History Unit 3: The Industrial Revolution 5.3 How Government Works 2. Economics 6.2 Markets and Economic systems 6.5 Income, Profit and Wealth 3. History Unit 4: World War I 5.4 How International Relationships Function 2. Geography 3. History Unit 5: The Russian Revolution and Revolutions around the World 5.3 How Government Works 2. Geography 3. History

6 Unit 6: World War II and its Aftermath 5.4 How International Relationships Function 2. Economics 6.2 Markets and Economic Systems 3. Geography 4. History Prepared October 2010 LA/CS Approved--chr

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