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1 Honors World History World History is a robust, writing-intensive course that uses multiple perspectives to trace the development of civilizations around the world from prehistory to the present. Students are encouraged to use their knowledge of critical points in history to develop their points of view and apply what they have learned to the promotion of civic action in a rapidly globalizing world. The course explores how human-geographic relationships, political and social structures, economics, science and technology, and the arts have developed and influenced life in these civilizations. Students investigate the major religions and belief systems throughout history and learn about the importance of trade and cultural exchange. Other topics include the development of agriculture, the spread of democracy, the rise of nation-states, the industrial era, the spread of imperialism, and the issues and conflicts of the 20th century. World History is designed as the second course in the social studies sequence. Students continue to improve their analytic writing and develop confidence by writing multiple short analytic pieces and longer essays, including document-based questions. Primary documents are embedded in the instruction to encourage students to make frequent connections to evidence from the past. The content is based on standards from the National Council for History Education (1997), the National Center for History in the Schools (1996), and the National Council for Social Studies (1994) and is aligned to state standards. Length: Two semesters Honors World History World History is a robust, writing-intensive course that uses multiple perspectives to trace the development of civilizations around the world from prehistory to the present. Students are encouraged to use their knowledge of critical points in history to develop their points of view and apply what they have learned to the promotion of civic action in a rapidly globalizing world. The course explores how human-geographic relationships, political and social structures, economics, science and technology, and the arts have developed and influenced life in these civilizations. Students investigate the major religions and belief systems throughout history and learn about the importance of trade and cultural exchange. Other topics include the development of agriculture, the spread of democracy, the rise of nation-states, the industrial era, the spread of imperialism, and the issues and conflicts of the 20th century. World History is designed as the second course in the social studies sequence. Students continue to improve their analytic writing and develop confidence by writing multiple short analytic pieces and longer essays, including document-based questions. Primary documents are embedded in the instruction to encourage students to make frequent connections to evidence from the past. Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 1 o f 21

2 The content is based on standards from the National Council for History Education (1997), the National Center for History in the Schools (1996), and the National Council for Social Studies (1994) and is aligned to state standards. Length: Two semesters UNIT 1: EUROPE UNDER THE ANCIEN REGIME LESSON 1: ABSOLUT ISM IN EUROPE Study: Mercantilism Explore the causes and consequences of the rise of mercantilism. Study: Western Europe Learn about the changing fortunes of Spain, France, and England during the era of absolutism. Study: Eastern Europe Learn about the monarchies of Prussia, Austria, and Russia. Practice: How Did the Monarchies of Europe Differ? Evaluate your understanding of European monarchies by comparing and contrasting those covered in this lesson. Quiz: Absolutism in Europe LESSON 2: THE SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION Study: T he Foundation of the Scientific Revolution Explore the origin and characteristics of the scientific revolution. Study: Revolutionary T hinkers Discover the ideas and achievements of the scientists who came up with new ways of thinking about how the world works. Discuss: Newton's Complex Ideas Discuss Sir Isaac Newton' s almost-incomprehensible thesis. Practice: T he Scientific Method Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 2 o f 21

3 Evaluate your understanding of the importance of the scientific revolution by summarizing how to develop a unique hypothesis and outline an experiment. Quiz: T he Scientific Revolution LESSON 3: BRITAIN AND THE ENLIGHTENMENT Study: Enlightenment Ideas Explore aspects of the development of the Enlightenment, including the conceptualization of natural laws, the social contract, separation of powers, freedom of thought, general will, and rights of women. Study: T he Enlightened British Empire? Evaluate the British claim that their Empire was the best example of enlightened principles in action. Practice: Effects of British Colonial Policies Explore the extent and significance of the British Empire. Quiz: Britain and the Enlightenment LESSON 4: EUROPE UNDER T HE ANCIEN REGIME WRAP-UP Review: Europe Under the Ancien Regime Prepare for the unit test by reviewing key concepts and skills. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 0 points Test (CS): Europe Under the Ancien Regime Take a computer-scored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 40 points Test (T S): Europe Under the Ancien Regime Take a teacher-scored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 0 hrs 40 mins Scoring: 60 points LESSON 5: DIAGNOST IC Diagnostic: Europe Under the Ancien Regime Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 25 points Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 3 o f 21

4 UNIT 2: AGE OF REVOLUTION LESSON 1: THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION Study: Discontent in the American Colonies Explore the discontent that existed in the American colonies; learn about early conflicts and the Declaration of Independence. Discuss: Would You Have Joined the Minutemen? Discuss reasons for fighting in the Revolution. Study: American Victory Learn about the factors that led to the American victory. Study: A New Constitutional Government Explore the development of a new form of government and the document on which it is based. Practice: T he Influential Documents of the American Revolution Use document-based questions to practice your critical-thinking skills and test your understanding of the American Revolution and the significance of its codifying documents. Quiz: T he American Revolution LESSON 2: THE FRENCH REVOLUTION Study: Fall of the Ancien Regime Explore the causes of growing discontent in France and how discontent led to the early stages of the French Revolution. Study: Reform and War Learn about the reforms that resulted from the initial stages of the French Revolution and about the wars that turned the Revolution in a more radical direction. Discuss: Talking about the French Revolution Discuss the causes and consequences of the French Revolution. Quiz: T he French Revolution Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 4 o f 21

5 LESSON 3: FROM FRENCH RADICALISM TO A NEW EMPIRE Study: From Republic to Reign of Terror Explore the growing radicalism of the French Revolution, including the abolishment of the monarchy and the Reign of Terror. Study: Napoleon Rises to Power Learn about the rise of Napoleon and the emergence of a new empire. Study: Napoleon Loses Power Learn about how Napoleon' s empire collapsed. Explore: Napoleon: Power and War Evaluate your understanding of the Napoleonic era by analyzing how Napoleon gained power and lost an empire. Duration: 0 hrs 40 mins Scoring: 10 points Quiz: From French Radicalism to a New Empire LESSON 4: LAT IN AMERICAN REVOLUT IONS Study: Spread of Revolutionary Ideas in Latin America Explore how revolutionary ideas spread to Latin America. Study: Revolutions in Haiti and Mexico Learn about the revolutions that took place in Haiti and Mexico. Study: Revolutions in South America Explore the spread of revolutions to South America. Practice: T he Rally to Revolt Evaluate the popular revolts of Latin America and their consequences. Quiz: Latin American Revolutions Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 5 o f 21

6 LESSON 5: AGE OF REVOLUTION WRAP-UP Review: Age of Revolution Prepare for the unit test by reviewing key concepts and skills. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 0 points Test (CS): Age of Revolution Take a computer-scored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 40 points Test (T S): Age of Revolution Take a teacher-scored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 0 hrs 40 mins Scoring: 60 points LESSON 6: DIAGNOST IC Diagnostic: Age of Revolution Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 25 points UNIT 3: FIRST AGE OF INDUSTRIALIZATION LESSON 1: BRITAIN'S INDUST RIAL REVOLUT ION Study: Steps toward the Industrial Revolution Explore factors that set the stage for the Industrial Revolution, including a new agricultural revolution and changes in the workforce. Study: Machine-Power: Technology Transforms Manufacturing Learn about advances in power sources and the transformation of the textile industry. Study: Revolution in Transportation Explore changes in transportation. Study: Changes Caused by Industrialism Explore the initial effects of industrialism. Practice: Evaluating the Industrial Revolution Evaluate the major factors of the Industrial Revolution and their consequences. Quiz: Britain's Industrial Revolution Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 6 o f 21

7 LESSON 2: CONSEQUENCES OF INDUST RIALIZAT ION Study: Workers and Factories Explore what it was like to work in the industrial factories of Britain; learn about child labor and early worker movements. Study: Effects of Industrialization on European Life Discover aspects of industrialization on European life, including urbanization and effects on social structure. Practice: Factory Life During the Industrial Revolution Evaluate the consequences of industrialization on Britain. Quiz: Consequences of Industrialization LESSON 3: REVOLUTIONS IN THINKING Study: New T heories of Economics and Government Explore ideas about economics and government that developed after the Industrial Revolution. Study: T he Emergence of Socialism Learn about the development of Socialism and utopian communities. Discuss: What Were the Goals of Socialism? Discuss the goals of Socialism. Study: T he Origin of Marxism Learn about Karl Marx and his ideas about government. Explore: Explore the Ideas of Revolutionary T hinkers Explore how the lives of revolutionary thinkers might have influenced their writings. Summarize your findings. Duration: 0 hrs 40 mins Scoring: 10 points Quiz: Revolutions in T hinking Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 7 o f 21

8 LESSON 4: POLIT ICAL UNREST Study: Political Views: Conservatism Versus Liberalism Explore the differences between liberals and conservatives during the 1800s. Study: 1848: A Year of Revolts Learn about the decisive year of 1848, when conflicts erupted across Europe. Practice: T he Consequences of 1848 Analyze the consequences of political unrest in Europe. Quiz: Political Unrest LESSON 5: FIRST AGE OF INDUST RIALIZAT ION WRAP-UP Review: First Age of Industrialization Prepare for the unit test by reviewing key concepts and skills. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 0 points Test (CS): First Age of Industrialization Take a computer-scored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 40 points Test (T S): First Age of Industrialization Take a teacher-scored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 0 hrs 40 mins Scoring: 60 points LESSON 6: DIAGNOST IC Diagnostic: First Age of Industrialization Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 25 points UNIT 4: SECOND AGE OF INDUSTRIALIZATION LESSON 1: NAT IONALISM AND DEMOCRACY IN EUROPE Study: National Unification in Germany and Italy Explore the unification of Germany. Study: Nationalist Tension in Austria and Russia Learn about nationalist attempts to break apart Austria and Russia. Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 8 o f 21

9 Discuss: Talking about Nationalism Discuss the different effects of nationalism. Study: Democratic Reforms in Britain and France Learn about democratic reforms in Britain, including the women' s suffrage movement. Practice: T he Push for Reforms in Europe Explore reform in Europe. Quiz: Nationalism and Democracy in Europe LESSON 2: THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION SPREADS Study: Industrial Advances Explore new centers of industry, new technologies, and the rise of big business. Study: T he Rise of Big Business Learn about the rise of big business and the formation of trusts and monopolies. Study: Moving People and Ideas Learn about how advances in communication and technology transformed life. Study: Improving Productivity Explore the origin and consequences of the assembly line. Practice: Industrial Revolution the Second T ime Around Evaluate the similarities and differences between the British Industrial Revolution and the Second Industrial Revolution by comparing the two eras of industrial change. Quiz: T he Industrial Revolution Spreads LESSON 3: REFORM MOVEMENT S Study: Darwin and the T heory of Evolution Explore Charles Darwin' s theories of evolution and natural selection and discover how Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 9 o f 21

10 these theories affected other thinkers. Discuss: Social Darwinism and the Gospel of Wealth Discuss the primary tenet of social Darwinism: survival of the fittest. Study: Reforming Society Explore the origin and characteristics of the social gospel. Study: Women Fight for T heir Rights Learn how participation in the reform movement encouraged women to fight for their own rights, including education and the right to vote. Study: Industrialization and the Arts Discover the effects of industrialization on the arts. Quiz: Reform Movements LESSON 4: EXPANSION OF THE UNITED STATES Study: America Expands Learn about the expansion of the United States. Study: America Abolishes Slavery and Expands Democracy Learn about the conflict over slavery in the United States and its connection to the expansion of democracy. Learn about the Civil War. Explore: Expansion and the Crisis over Slavery Explore how expansion led to conflict in the United States. Summarize your findings. Duration: 0 hrs 40 mins Scoring: 10 points Quiz: Expansion of the United States LESSON 5: SECOND AGE OF INDUST RIALIZAT ION WRAP-UP Review: Second Age of Industrialization Prepare for the unit test by reviewing key concepts and skills. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 0 points Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 10 o f 21

11 Test (CS): Second Age of Industrialization Take a computer-scored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 40 points Test (T S): Second Age of Industrialization Take a teacher-scored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 0 hrs 40 mins Scoring: 60 points LESSON 6: DIAGNOST IC Diagnostic: Second Age of Industrialization Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 25 points UNIT 5: SEMESTER WRAP-UP LESSON 1: SEMESTER REVIEW AND EXAM Review: Semester Review Prepare for the semester exam by reviewing key concepts covered World History Semester 1. Exam: Computer-Scored Exam Take a computer-scored exam to demonstrate your mastery of concepts and skills covered in World History Semester 1. Duration: 0 hrs 50 mins Scoring: 100 points Final Exam: Teacher-Scored Exam Take a teacher-scored exam to demonstrate your mastery of concepts and skills covered in World History Semester 1. Duration: 1 hr 30 mins Scoring: 100 points UNIT 6: THE AGE OF IMPERIALISM LESSON 1: THE DEMAND FOR COLONIES Study: Causes of Imperialism Explore the causes of imperialism. Practice: Imperialism Case Study: T he Philippines Use document-based questions to evaluate imperialism. Study: T he Struggle for Colonies in Africa Learn about the struggle for colonies in Africa and about African resistance. Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 11 o f 21

12 Study: European Challenges in the Muslim World Discover the role of imperialism in the Middle East. Quiz: T he Demand for Colonies LESSON 2: IMPERIALISM IN ASIA Study: British in India Explore the role of Britain in India, including that of the East India Company. Practice: Indian Nationalism Explore the costs and benefits of the British Empire and then compare nationalist positions with imperialist positions. Study: Imperialism in China Leads to Conflict Explore the legacy of colonial conflict in East Asia. Learn about the lure of China and the failure of the Ching dynasty. Study: Japan's Exceptionalism Learn about Japan' s exceptionalism, including the country' s modernization and the growth of its military. Discuss: China and Japan Discuss why China and Japan had such different experiences during the era of European colonialism. Study: Colonial Interest in Southeast Asia Explore imperial interests in Southeast Asia and the Pacific. Quiz: Imperialism in Asia LESSON 3: WEALTH AND COMMONWEALTH Study: Economic Imperialism in Latin America Explore the United States' role in Latin America. Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 12 o f 21

13 Study: T he British Commonwealth Explore the settlement and independence of Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Practice: How Do You Wage a Peaceful Revolution? Evaluate the unique path Canada took to self-rule by comparing Canada with Australia and New Zealand. Quiz: Wealth and Commonwealth LESSON 4: THE AGE OF IMPERIALISM WRAP-UP Review: T he Age of Imperialism Prepare for the unit test by reviewing key concepts and skills. Test (CS): T he Age of Imperialism Take a computer-scored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 40 points Test (T S): T he Age of Imperialism Take a teacher-scored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 0 hrs 40 mins Scoring: 60 points LESSON 5: DIAGNOST IC Diagnostic: Age of Imperialism Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 25 points UNIT 7: THE GREAT WAR AND ITS CONSEQUENCES LESSON 1: WORLD WAR I Study: Causes of World War I Explore the causes of World War I. Learn about what sparked it and how the conflict unfolded. Study: Trench Warfare and New Technologies Learn about the horrors of trench warfare and the use of new technology on the battlefield. Study: T he United States Enters the War Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 13 o f 21

14 Discover the factors that led the United States to enter World War I and learn about the influenza pandemic of Study: An Uneasy Peace Explore the peace achieved after World War I at the Paris Peace Conference and through the Treaty of Versailles. Discover the consequences of the war and how the peace contributed to the advent of another world war. Discuss: Talking about World War I Discuss the causes and consequences of World War I. Quiz: World War I LESSON 2: REVOLUT ION IN RUSSIA Study: Revolution Erupts Explore the beginning of revolt with the March Revolution and the arrival of Vladimir Lenin. Study: Revolution Leads to Civil War Learn how the November Revolution led to civil war and a soviet republic. Study: Stalin's Totalitarian Government Explore Josef Stalin' s rise to power and totalitarian reign; learn about the Soviet influence on the arts. Practice: How Was the Soviet Union Different? Compare the agricultural policies of Lenin and Stalin. Quiz: Revolution in Russia LESSON 3: T URMOIL AND DEPRESSION Study: Revolution in Mexico Explore the causes and consequences of the Mexican Revolution; learn about the United States' involvement and about revolutionary art. Study: Nationalism and Imperialism in India and the Middle East Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 14 o f 21

15 Learn about changes in the Middle East, including modernization and conflict. Explore: How Do You Resolve Conflict? Explore conflicts in India, the Middle East, and Mexico. Summarize your findings. Duration: 0 hrs 45 mins Scoring: 10 points Study: T he Great Depression Explore the causes and effects of the Great Depression, as well as the actions governments took to try to relieve the Depression. Quiz: Turmoil and Depression LESSON 4: THE GREAT WAR AND ITS CONSEQUENCES WRAP-UP Review: T he Great War and its Consequences Prepare for the unit test by reviewing key concepts and skills. Test (CS): T he Great War and its Consequences Take a computer-scored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 40 points Test (T S): T he Great War and its Consequences Take a teacher-scored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 0 hrs 40 mins Scoring: 60 points LESSON 5: DIAGNOST IC Diagnostic: T he Great War and its Consequences Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 25 points UNIT 8: A TRUE WORLD CONFLICT LESSON 1: THE GATHERING STORM Study: Fascism in Europe Explore the rise of Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler and the fascist states they created in Italy and Germany. Study: Fascism Expands Its Power Learn about Kristallnacht and the persecution of non-aryans in Germany, the purging of German culture, and the role of fascism in creating and fighting the Spanish Civil War. Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 15 o f 21

16 Practice: T he Rise of Fascism in Germany and Italy Explain how fascism emerged in Germany and Italy. Study: Expansion and Appeasement Learn about expansionist policy in Italy, Japan, and Germany. Quiz: T he Gathering Storm LESSON 2: WORLD WAR II Study: T he Axis Assault Explore the German strategy and assault on the Allies; learn about blitzkrieg and Axis advances. Study: America Enters the War Explore American neutrality, Pearl Harbor, and the role of propaganda in the war. Study: Allied Victory Discover how the Allies launched the D-Day attack and went on to defeat Germany, and how the island-hopping campaign led to victory in the Pacific. Practice: How the Allies Defeated Germany Explain how the Allies were able to defeat the Axis powers. Quiz: World War II LESSON 3: THE HOLOCAUST Study: Genocide Explore Nazi views of non-aryans, genocide, and concentration camps. Study: Life and Death in the Camps Discover the experiences of concentration-camp victims. Study: Liberation Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 16 o f 21

17 Explore the liberation of the concentration camps. Discuss: Tough Choices During the Holocaust Discuss the tough choices many people had to make during the Holocaust. Quiz: T he Holocaust LESSON 4: A TRUE WORLD CONFLICT WRAP-UP Review: A True World Conflict Prepare for the unit test by reviewing key concepts and skills. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 0 points Test (CS): A True World Conflict Take a computer-scored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 40 points Test (T S): A True World Conflict Take a teacher-scored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 0 hrs 40 mins Scoring: 60 points LESSON 5: DIAGNOST IC Diagnostic: A True World Conflict Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 25 points UNIT 9: A NEW AGE OF INTERNATIONALISM LESSON 1: RIVALRY AND RECOVERY Study: Preventing Another World War Explore efforts to prevent another world war through organizations such as the United Nations. Study: T he Origins of the Cold War Trace the origin of the cold war, beginning with the occupation and division of Germany. Discuss: Did Efforts for Peace Lead to War? Evaluate the factors that led to the start of the cold war. Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 17 o f 21

18 Quiz: Rivalry and Recovery LESSON 2: EUROPE AND AFRICA: 1945 TO PRESENT Study: T he End of the Cold War Learn about the cold war and the events that led to the end of the cold war. Study: New Economic and Social Changes in Europe Discover how Europe has been dealing with social and economic change. Practice: Should European Countries Limit Immigration? Create an argument explaining whether European countries should limit immigration. Study: Legacies of Colonialism Explore the legacy and lasting consequences of colonialism in Africa. Study: Challenges Facing Africa Today Learn about the challenges facing Africa today and explore the art of the continent. Quiz: Europe and Africa: 1945 to Present LESSON 3: MIDDLE EAST AND ASIA: 1945 TO PRESENT Study: New Independent Nations Explore political changes and conflicts in the Middle East since Study: T he United States in the Persian Gulf Learn about the conflict between Iran and Iraq and the United States' interventions in Iraq. Study: Changes in South Asia Explore the political conflicts and social changes in South Asia since Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 0 points Explore: Israelis and Palestinians Evaluate the legacy of the Israel-Palestine conflict, which has spanned more than 50 years, by summarizing its effects. Duration: 0 hrs 45 mins Scoring: 10 points Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 18 o f 21

19 Study: Communism and Conflict Learn about how the nations of East Asia recovered from World War II, how Communism spread, and the conflicts that dominated the late 20th century. Practice: T he Cold War and South Asian Development Explore how the cold war affected the development of South Asian nations. Summarize your findings. Quiz: Middle East and Asia: 1945 to Present LESSON 4: THE AMERICAS: 1945 TO PRESENT Study: Prosperity After World War II Learn about American prosperity after World War II. Study: Cold War in Latin America Explore the effects of the cold war on Latin America. Discuss: T hinking about McCarthyism Discuss the limits of dissent. Study: Economic and Social Changes in North America Explore the civil rights movement in the United States. Study: Economic Changes in Latin America Learn about the financial and political changes facing Mexico, Haiti, and Latin America. Practice: Major Transformative Events in U.S. History Since 1945 Use the writing generator to analyze major events in recent U.S. history. Quiz: T he Americas: 1945 to Present LESSON 5: CHALLENGES AND PROMISES OF THE FUTURE Study: Terrorism Today Learn about terrorism as it exists today and the global reaction to it. Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 19 o f 21

20 Study: Global Economic Interdependence Learn about the challenges that regional cultures face as a result of globalization. Practice: Looking Forward Use your knowledge of history to evaluate the future. Quiz: Challenges and Promises of the Future LESSON 6: A NEW AGE OF INTERNATIONALISM WRAP-UP Review: A New Age of Internationalism Prepare for the unit test by reviewing key concepts and skills. Test (CS): A New Age of Internationalism Take a computer-scored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 40 points Test (T S): A New Age of Internationalism Take a teacher-scored test to assess what you have learned in this unit. Duration: 0 hrs 40 mins Scoring: 60 points LESSON 7: DIAGNOST IC Diagnostic: A New Age of Internationalism Take a diagnostic unit test that will generate a study plan based on your responses. Duration: 0 hrs 30 mins Scoring: 25 points UNIT 10: SEMESTER WRAP-UP LESSON 1: SEMESTER REVIEW AND EXAM Review: Semester Review Prepare for the semester exam by reviewing key concepts covered World History Semester 2. Exam: Computer-Scored Exam Take a computer-scored exam to demonstrate your mastery of concepts and skills covered in World History Semester 2. Duration: 0 hrs 50 mins Scoring: 100 points Final Exam: Teacher-Scored Exam Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 20 o f 21

21 Take a teacher-scored exam to demonstrate your mastery of concepts and skills covered in World History Semester 2. Duration: 1 hr 30 mins Scoring: 100 points Co pyright Ape x Le arning Inc. Ape x Le arning, the Ape x Le arning lo go are re gis te re d trade marks o f Ape x Le arning Inc. 21 o f 21

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