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1 Quarter 1 Unifying Concept: Foundations Topic: Beginnings of Society, Civilization, and Culture Unit Name: Early Civilizations PO cluster(s): 1 of 12 Big Ideas/Enduring Understandings Students will understand that: Systematic agriculture brought huge economic, political, and social changes for early humans. AZ Standards 2 PO3 Analyze the enduring Greek and Roman contributions and their impact on later civilization. 1: PO1 PO7 2: PO 1. Describe the development of early prehistoric people, their agriculture, and Greek and Roman impacts on culture (government, religion, art, architecture) that helped shape Western Civilization. AZ College and Career Ready Standards for Social Studies RHST 5 analyze how a text uses structure RI 2 Determine a central idea of a text, analyze its development, produce an objective summary RHST 1 Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of primary and secondary sources RI 1 Cite strong and TUSD CURRICULUM MAP WORLD HISTORY ESSENTIAL LEARNING Knowledge Skills Key Vocabulary Ancient Greece and Rome and their lasting contributions to Western Civilization and the modern world. The transition of ancient Rome from a Republic to an Empire. Importance of the Tigris, Euphrates, Indus, and Nile rivers to the development of ancient civilizations. Analyze the enduring Greek and roman contributions to Western Civilization including those in government, science, art, architecture, mathematics, literature, drama, and philosophy. Evaluate primary and secondary sources for the author s main points, purposes and prospective, facts vs. opinions. Essential Question(s) 1. Is geography the most pivotal factor in human development? Why or why not? 2. What forces shaped the migratory patterns of early people? 3. How wide spread was the influence of Greek and Roman culture? Prehistory Neolithic revolution Civilization Cuneiform Hieroglyphics Code of Hammurabi Mesopotamia Israelites Sanskrit Polis Examples of Instructional Practices Comparative Essay on Early River Civilizations Summative Assessment Paper & Pencil test on Greece, Rome, and Alexander the Great Battles of the Persian War Comic Book

2 settlements. thorough textual evidence to support analysis RHST 2 determine the central ideas or information and provide accurate summary of how events developed WHST 1 write arguments to support claims in an analysis using sufficient evidence Describe [Evaluate] the environment of early prehistoric people, their agriculture, and settlements. Formulate questions about the Importance of Ancient Civilization that can be answered by historical study and research. Causes and Effects Poster on the Neolithic Revolution Hammurabi s Code Athenian Democracy SAC democracy RESOURCES

3 Quarter 1 Unifying Concept: Foundations Topic: Beginnings of Society, Civilization, and Culture Unit Name: World Religions PO cluster(s): 2 of 12 Big Ideas/Enduring Understandings Students will understand that Foundations and development of world religions China developed unique philosophies, political theories, and products that would influence and shape the world. Essential Question(s) 1. How do belief systems define a people, culture or time? 2. How have developments in early culture, philosophy, government, society, and religion impacted the modern world? 3. How did Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam interact with, provide justification for, and conflict with various states and empires in Afro Eurasia? AZ Standards 2 PO2 Analyze the development and historical significance of Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam. AZ College and Career Ready Standards for Social Studies RHST 6 Compare the point of view of 2 or more authors for how they treat the same or similar topics ESSENTIAL LEARNING Knowledge Skills Key Vocabulary Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Confucianism. Analyze the development and historical significance of Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism. Polytheistic Monotheistic New/Old Testament Koran Confucianism Sect Covenant Torah Five Pillars Karma Reincarnation Examples of Instructional Practices Comparative Chart on World Religions Summative Assessment Research Project and power point presentation on a major world religion. 2 PO 4 Analyze the enduring Chinese contributions and their impact on other civilizations. Contributions of the ancient Chinese civilizations to other civilizations. Analyze [Describe] contributions of the ancient Chinese civilizations to other civilizations.

4 1 PO1 P07 RESOURCES Teaching religious tolerance closer look religions around world

5 Quarter 1 Unifying Concept: Foundations Topic: Beginnings of Society, Civilization, and Culture Unit Name: World in Transition PO cluster(s): 3 of 12 Big Ideas/Enduring Understandings The students will understand that: The collapse of central authority in Europe led to a new political order known as Feudalism. Combining Germanic and Roman elements, with a dominant Church presence in Medieval society. Early Mesoamerican and South American civilizations flourished with fully developed political, religious, and social structures New Indian empires and Ottomans grew rich through trade and left a lasting legacy of accomplishments. Essential Question(s) 1. What major changes occurred in the Eastern and Western Roman Empire between AD? 2. Why is medieval Europe sometimes referred to as the Dark Ages or Middle Ages? 3. Compare the ways did the Silk Road represents cultural diffusion and the cultural exchanges that took place during the crusades? AZ Standards 3 PO 1. Contrast the fall of Rome with the development of the Byzantine and Arab Empires (e.g., religion, culture, language, governmental structure). 3 PO4 Describe the interaction of European and Asian civilizations AZ College and Career Ready Standards for Social Studies WHST 1 write arguments to support claims in an analysis of topics using sufficient evidence WHST 3 continue to grow narrative skills ESSENTIAL LEARNING Knowledge Skills Key Vocabulary The fall of Rome and development of Byzantine and Arab Empires. The interaction of European and Asian civilizations from the 12 th and 16 th centuries. Contrast [Investigate] the fall of Rome with the development of the Arab and Byzantine Empires (e.g., religion, culture, language, and governmental structure). Describe [Analyze] the interaction of European and Asian civilizations from the 12th and 16th centuries. Locate the modern nations previously inhabited by Byzantines and Mongols. Charlemagne Pope Patriarch Infidel Constantinople Serfs Guilds Apprentice Journeyman Heresy Sacraments Inquisition Theology Examples of Instructional Practices Silk Road Trader Research Project Summative Assessment People of Unit 3 Speed Dating

6 from the 12 th to the 16 th centuries 3 PO 2. Compare feudalism in Europe and Japan and its connection with religious and cultural institutions. Feudalism in Japan and Europe. Compare Feudalism in Europe and Japan. Compare and contrast chart of Japan and European Feudalism: feudal simulation 3 PO 3. Compare the development of empires (e.g., Roman, Han, Mali, Incan/Incan, and Ottoman) throughout the world. Development of empires. Events that gave rise to the Ottoman Empire. Compare the development of empires Describe the events that gave rise to the Ottoman Empire. Cause and effect of rise of Ottoman Empire 1 PO1 P07 RESOURCES Feudal Simulation feudal candy

7 Quarter 2 Unifying Concept: Transitions Topic: Rise and Decline of Empires and Changes to the Status Quo Unit Name: Renaissance and Reformation PO cluster(s): 4 of 12 Big Ideas/Enduring Understandings Essential Question(s) The students will understand that: 1. What characterizes renaissance art, such as Michelangelo s David or da Vinci s Between 1350 and 1550, Italian intellectuals believed they had entered a Mona Lisa? new age of human achievement, as humanism became an important 2. What were the short term and long term effects of Martin Luther? movement of the Renaissance. 3. What effect might social, economic, and religious conflicts have on European In northern Europe, Christian humanists sought to reform the Catholic Church, and Protestantism emerged. Which resulted in religious conflicts nations? ESSENTIAL LEARNING AZ Standards AZ College and Career Ready Standards for Social Studies Knowledge Skills Key Vocabulary Examples of Instructional Practices Summative Assessment 4 PO 1 Analyze the results of Renaissance thoughts and theories 4 PO 2. Explain how the ideas of the Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Reformation (e.g., secular authority, individualism, migration, literacy and vernacular, the arts) affected society RHST 2 determine the central ideas of information RHST 3 Evaluate various explanations for actions or events The results of Renaissance thoughts and theories. The ideas of the Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Reformation. Analyze the results of Renaissance thought and theories: rediscovery of Greek and Roman ideas, humanism, scientific achievements, and innovations. Explain [Analyze] how the ideas of the Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Reformation affected society. Explain the reasons behind the Reformation, its success and failures, and its influence on Western religion, culture, and government. Humanism Indulgence Salvation Ninety Five theses Protestantism Reformation Schism Renaissance Printing Press Plague Classicism Renaissance Comic Strip Events of unit 4 newspaper project 2

8 PO 3. Analyze the enduring Greek and Roman contributions and their impact on later civilization The enduring Greek and Roman contributions and their impact on later civilization. Analyze [Describe] the enduring Greek and Roman contributions and their impact on later civilization.. 3 PO 4. Describe the interaction of European and Asian civilizations from the 12th to the 16th centuries: (a) Crusades, (b) commerce and the Silk Road, (c) impact on culture, (d) plague. The interaction of European and Asian civilizations from the 12th to 16th centuries. Describe [Evaluate] the interaction of European and Asian civilizations from the 12 th to the 16 centuries. Describe the reasons for and consequences of European Exploration in the 1400s. 1 PO1 P07 Reading like a historian Martin Luther luther RESOURCES

9 Quarter 3 Unifying Concept: Transitions Topic: Rise and Decline of Empires and Changes to the Status Quo Unit Name: Age of Exploration: The Power Grab PO cluster(s): 5 of 12 Big Ideas/Enduring Understandings Essential Question(s) Students will understand that: 1. In what ways did European nations prosper through exploration in the The Age of Exploration led to competition for power and resources; which fifteenth century? changed the society and way of life of many civilizations and people of the 2. How did European expansion and the slave trade affect the people of Africa? world. 3. How did the Age of Exploration change the world? In the 15 th century, Europeans began to explore the world. Portugal, Spain, the Dutch Republic, and England reached new economic heights through worldwide trade. ESSENTIAL LEARNING AZ Standards AZ College and Career Ready Standards for Social Studies Knowledge Skills Key Vocabulary Examples of Instructional Practices Summative Assessment 5 PO1 Describe the religious, economic, social, and political interactions among civilizations that resulted from early exploration. RHST 7 Integrate quantitative or technical analysis (charts, data) Religious, social and political interactions among civilizations that resulted from early exploration. Describe the religious, social and political interactions among civilizations that resulted from early exploration. Explain how the Age of Exploration led to the idea of a global economy. Chart the positive and negative consequences of the Columbian Exchange. Columbian Exchange Conquistadors Mercantilism Middle Passage Colony Triangle Trade Spice Trade Primary sources on middle passage Explorer Project Research an explorer, put together a presentation for funding for their expedition. 2 PO2 Analyze the development and historical significance of The development and historical significance of Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam. [Analyze] Describe the development and historical significance of Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam.

10 Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam. 3 PO1 Contrast the fall of Rome with the development of the Byzantine and Arab Empires (e.g., religion, culture, language, governmental structure). 3 PO3 Compare the development of empires (e.g., Roman, Han, Mali, Incan/Incan, and Ottoman) throughout the world. The fall of Rome and development of Byzantine and Arab Empires. The development of empires throughout the world. Contrast the fall of Rome with the development of the Arab and Byzantine Empires (e.g., religion, culture, language, and governmental structure). Compare the development of empires throughout the world. Medical autopsy on Arab empires reviewing the internal and external causes of decline 1: PO1 PO7 RESOURCES Middle Passage Primary Sources passage

11 Quarter 3 Unifying Concept: Transitions Topic: Rise and Decline of Empires and Changes to the Status Quo Unit Name: Crises and Absolutism/ Empires PO cluster(s): 6 of 12 Big Ideas/Enduring Understandings Essential Question(s) Students will understand that: 1. What are the pros and cons of absolute monarchy? What was the response by During the 16 th and 17 th centuries, many European rulers extended their Europeans. power and their borders. 2. How did the Ottoman Empire stabilize that region of the world? Unification of Japan; and Ottoman creation of a strong empire with religious tolerance and artistic achievements. 3. What was Japanese society and culture like before and after contact with the Europeans? Chinese society was organized around the family. ESSENTIAL LEARNING AZ Standards AZ College and Career Ready Standards for Social Studies Knowledge Skills Key Vocabulary Examples of Instructional Practices Summative Assessment 6 PO1 Contrast the development of representative, limited government in England with the development and continuation of absolute monarchies in other European nations RHST 4 Determine the meaning of words and phrases The development of representative limited government and the development and continuation of absolute monarchies. Contrast the development of representative, limited government in England with the development and continuation of absolute monarchies in other European nations. Analyze how the development of Absolute Monarchies in various parts of Europe eventually led to more forms of Limited Monarchy. Coup d état Radicalism Devine Right Commonwealth Sultan Han English Revolution Comic Tourist Pamphlet advertising life in Europe, Ottoman Empire, Japan and China during this time period. 3 PO3 Compare the development of empires (e.g., Roman, Han, Mali, The development of empires throughout the world. Compare the development of empires throughout the world.

12 Incan/Incan, and Ottoman) throughout the world. 1: PO1 PO7 RESOURCES

13 Quarter 3 Unifying Concept: Transformation Topic: Global Connections and Revolutions Unit Name: Age of Revolution PO cluster(s): 7 of 12 Big Ideas/Enduring Understandings Essential Question(s) Students will understand that: 1. How did scientific discoveries change people s attitudes towards natural events, The Scientific Revolution gave Europeans a new way to view humankind s social problems, and religious faith? place in the universe while Enlightenment beliefs and thoughts impacted the 2. How did enlightenment effect European government? politics, art, music, and literature of Europe in the 18 th century. 3. How did revolutions change Europe and the world? The effects of Revolutions (eg. French, Latin, Haitian, and American) changed Europe politically and socially. ESSENTIAL LEARNING AZ Standards AZ College and Career Ready Standards for Social Studies Knowledge Skills Key Vocabulary Examples of Instructional Practices Summative Assessment 6 PO2 Explain how new ideas (i.e., Heliocentric, Scientific Method, Newton s Laws) changed the way people understood the world. RHST 7 Integrate quantitative and technical analysis RHST 9 Compare and contrast treatment of the same topic in primary and secondary sources New ideas changed the way people understood the word. The impact of the Scientific Revolution on people s view of nature, science, religion, and politics. Explain [Evaluate] how new ideas changed the way people understood the word. Describe the effects of the Scientific Revolution on European culture, politics, and religion. Natural rights Geocentric Scientific method Heliocentric Social Contract Separation of Powers Coup d état Radicalism Enlightenment Speed Dating Students will pick a revolution and analyze its success and failures in an essay. 6 PO3 Explain how Enlightenment ideas influenced political thought and social change. Enlightenment ideas influenced political thought and social change. The Enlightenment s influence on new social and political movements. Explain [Analyze] how Enlightenment ideas influenced political thought and social change. Explain the importance of Enlightenment ideas on political thought and social change. Philosophical chairs

14 6 PO4 Analyze the developments of the French Revolution and rule of Napoleon. 6 PO5 Explain the revolutionary and independence movements in Latin America (e.g., Mexico, Haiti, South America). 1: PO1 PO7 The French Revolution and the rule of Napoleon. The revolutionary and independence movements in Latin America. Compare/Contrast the political philosophies of Locke & Hobbes. Analyze the French Revolution and the rule of Napoleon. Analyze the role of Napoleon in spreading the idea of Nationalism through Europe. Explain the revolutionary and independence movements in Latin America. RESOURCES Philosophical Chairs Children Who Built Victorian Britain BBC Documentary Egalete For All Haitian Revolution PBS documentary

15 Quarter3 Unifying Concept: Transformation Topic: Global Connections and Revolutions Unit Name: Age of Imperialism PO cluster(s): 8 of 12 Big Ideas/Enduring Understandings Students will understand that: The forces of change and the impact on Europe How the Industrial Revolution leads to Imperialism. Through the new imperialism, Westerners sought to control vast territories. Essential Question(s) 1. In what ways do technological advances contribute to historical turning points? 2. What is the relationship between imperialism and oppression? 3. How did Asia change as a result of revolution and Western influence? AZ Standards 7 PO1 Explain the rationale (e.g., need for raw materials, domination of markets, advent of national competition, spread of European culture/religion) for imperialism. AZ College and Career Ready Standards for Social Studies RHST 9 Compare and contrast treatment of the same topic in primary and secondary sources ESSENTIAL LEARNING Knowledge Skills Key Vocabulary The rationale for imperialism. Explain [Prioritize] the rationale of imperialism. Entrepreneurs Socialism Unification Regime Proletariat Protectorate Indigenous Sepoy Nationalism Ottoman Empire Secularization Examples of Instructional Practices How to Imperialize for Dummies Book Project Urban Game Simulation of change brought on by Industrial Revolution Summative Assessment Multiple Choice exam with short answer analysis questions. 6 PO6 Analyze the social, political, and economic The social, political, and economic development and impact of the Industrial Revolution. Analyze the social, political and economic development and impact of the Industrial Revolution.

16 development and impact of the Industrial Revolution 7 PO2 Trace the development of the British Empire around the world (e.g., America, Southeast Asia, South Pacific, India, Africa, the Suez). 7 PO3 Describe the division of the world into empires and spheres of influence during the 18 th and 19 th centuries (e.g., British, French, Dutch, Spanish, American, and Belgian). 7 PO4 Analyze the effects of European and American colonialism on their colonies (e.g., artificially drawn boundaries, onecrop economies, creation of The development of the British Empire around the world. The division of the world into Empires and spheres of influence during the 18 th and 19 th centuries. The affects of European and American colonialism on their colonies. Trace [Analyze] the development of the British Empire around the world. Describe the division of the world into Empires and spheres of influence during the 18 th and 19 th centuries. Analyze the effects of European and American colonialism and their colonies. Land Grab

17 economic dependence, population relocation, cultural suppression). 7 PO5 Analyze the responses to imperialism (e.g., Boxer Rebellion, Sepoy Rebellion, Opium Wars, and Zulu Wars) by people under colonial rule at the end of the 19 th century. 1: PO1 PO7 The responses to imperialism. Analyze the responses to imperialism. RESOURCES Empire: History of the British Empire BBC Multi Part Documentary

18 Quarter 4 Unifying Concept: Struggle Topic: Global Conflict and Modernization Unit Name: World at War PO cluster(s): 9 of 12 Big Ideas/Enduring Understandings Students will understand: Militarism, Nationalism, and a crisis in the Balkans led to World War I. Instability during this period led Peace settlements brought political and territorial changes to Europe and created bitterness and resentment in several nations. Essential Question(s) 1. In what ways did the system of European nation states help to lead to WWI? 2. How did the Versailles Treaty change the world? 3. As parallel events how did the Russian Revolution and WWI lead to great changes in Europe? AZ Standards 8 PO3 Explain the end of World War I and its aftermath. 7 PO1 Explain the rationale (e.g., need for raw materials, domination of markets, advent of national competition, and spread of European culture/religion) for imperialism. AZ College and Career Ready Standards for Social Studies RHST 6 Compare the point of view of 2 or more authors and how they treat similar topics RHST 8 assess the extent in which the reasoning and evidence in a text supports the authors claim ESSENTIAL LEARNING Knowledge Skills Key Vocabulary The end of WWI and its aftermath. Impact of Versailles. The rationale for imperialism. Explain [Analyze] the end of WWI and its aftermath. Describe why the Russian population resented the Czar and eventually turned toward the Soviets and a Communist government. Explain the rationale for imperialism. Mobilization Propaganda Bolsheviks Armistice Appeasement Communism Versailles Treaty Total war War of attrition Triple Alliance Triple Entente Examples of Instructional Practices WWI Cause and effect timeline. Summative Assessment Versailles Simulation and response essay to negotiations.

19 8 PO1 Examine the causes of World War I. 8 PO2 Analyze the impact of the changing nature of warfare in World War I. 1 PO1 PO7 The causes of WWI. The impact of the changing nature of warfare in WWI. Examine the causes of WWI. Analyze the impact of the changing nature of warfare in WWI. RESOURCES

20 Quarter 4 Unifying Concept: Struggle Topic: Global Conflict and Modernization Unit Name: World at War World War II Era PO cluster(s): 10 of 12 Big Ideas/Enduring Understandings Essential Question(s) Students will understand: 1. How did the Versailles Treaty lead to WWII? The ambitions of Japan and Germany paved the way for the outbreak of 2. What was the global impact of the Great Depression? World War II. 3. How can socio economic inequalities contribute to conflict or cooperation? How WWII was a global war. After 1929, a global economic depression weakens the Western democracies, which led to the rise of dictators formed quick responses to the global depression. ESSENTIAL LEARNING AZ Standards AZ College and Career Ready Standards for Social Studies Knowledge Skills Key Vocabulary Examples of Instructional Practices Summative Assessment 8 PO4 Examine the period between World War I and World War II RHST 10 read and comprehend history, social studies text Examine the period between World War I and World War II. Examine [Describe] the period between World War I and World War II. Analyze the failure of the League of Nations in stopping Hitler and the Japanese from waging war. Aryan Genocide Guerilla tactics Blitzkrieg Maginot Line Anti Semitism Collaborators Kamikaze How did the world change Harkness Discussion? Tableau Photo Activity. Compare Contrast Essay: WWI and WWII 8 PO3 Explain the end of World War I and its aftermath. The end of WWI and its aftermath. Explain [Evaluate]the end of WWI and its aftermath.

21 8 PO5 Analyze aspects of World War II. Aspects of WWII. Analyze aspects of WWII. 8 PO6 Examine genocide as a manifestation of extreme nationalism in the 20th century (e.g., Armenia, Holocaust, Cambodia, Bosnia, Rwanda, Kosovo and Sudan). Genocide as a result of extreme nationalism in the 20 th century. Examine genocide as a manifestation of extreme nationalism in the 20 th century. Examine the roots of genocide in the 20 th century. 1 PO1 PO7 RESOURCES

22 Quarter 4 Unifying Concept: Struggle Topic: Global Conflict and Modernization Unit Name: World at War Cold War PO cluster(s): 11 of 12 Big Ideas/Enduring Understandings Students will understand: As the Cold War developed, European nations were forced to support one of the two major powers, having a long lasting impact on global relations Shifting social structures in the west lead to upheaval and change; Postwar Western societies rebuilt their economies and communities Essential Question(s) 1. What was the global response to the spread of Communism? 2. What was the connection between Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union? 3. How did the spread of communism affect Asia? AZ Standards 8 PO7 Analyze the political, economic and cultural impact of the Cold War 8 PO 8 Compare independence movements of emerging nations (e.g., Africa, Asia, Middle East, and Latin America). 9 PO 1 Explain the fall of the Soviet Union AZ College and Career Ready Standards for Social Studies RHST 9 Compare and Contrast treatments of the same topic in primary and secondary sources ESSENTIAL LEARNING Knowledge Skills Key Vocabulary Political, economic and cultural impact of the Cold War. Independence movements of emerging nations. The fall of the Soviet Union and its impact on the world. Analyze [Evaluate] the political, economic, and cultural impact of the Cold War. Analyze how the Cold War affected world affairs. Compare independence movements of emerging nations. Explain [Analyze] the fall of the Soviet Union and its impact on the world. Satellite States Bloc Ethnic Cleansing Budget Deficits Warsaw Pact Deterrents Multinational Corporations Privatization Trade Embargo Examples of Instructional Practices Rock, Paper, Scissors, Communism. 20 th and 21 st Century Dictators Speed Dating Summative Assessment Research project and presentation: Students are assigned a country and have to research its Society, Politics, Culture and Economy from

23 and its impact on the world. 8 PO6 Examine genocide as a manifestation of extreme nationalism in the 20th century (e.g., Armenia, Holocaust, Cambodia, Bosnia, Rwanda, Kosovo and Sudan). Genocide as a result of extreme nationalism in the 20 th century. Examine genocide as a manifestation of extreme nationalism in the 20 th century. Examine the roots of genocide in the 20 th century. 1 PO1 PO7 RESOURCES

24 Quarter 4 Unifying Concept: Struggle Topic: Global Conflict and Modernization Unit Name: Contemporary World History PO cluster(s): 12 of 12 Big Ideas/Enduring Understandings Students will understand: The shifting social structures and economic instability led to upheaval and change. Conversion from a socialist to a free market economy has created many problems in the former Soviet states. ESSENTIAL LEARNING AZ Standards AZ College and Career Ready Standards for Social Studies 9 PO1 Explain the fall of the Soviet Union and its impact on the world. 9 PO 2 Explain the roots of terrorism. 9 PO 3 Describe the development of political and economic interdependence during the second half of the twentieth century. RHST 3 Integrate quantitative or technical analysis Essential Question(s) 1. What conditions led to conflict in the Middle East? 2. How do large organizations (example, United Nations) accomplish their goals while protecting individual interests? Can democracy thrive in a country with economic instability? Or 3. How does economic instability impact the foundation of a democratic society? Knowledge Skills Key Vocabulary Fall of the Soviet Union and its impact. Roots of terrorism. Political and economic interdependence during the second half of the 20 th century. Explain [Analyze] the fall of the Soviet Union and its impact on the world. Compare/Contrast world affairs before and after the fall of the USSR. Explain the roots of terrorism. Describe the development of political and economic interdependence during the second half of the 20 th century. Trade Embargo Cartels Apartheid AIDS Discrimination Greenhouse effect Deforestation Nuclear proliferation Examples of Instructional Practices Current Events Discussions Summative Assessment Students will get a key event from 1990 now and analyze its causes and how it is affecting today s world.

25 9 PO 4 Examine environmental issues from a global perspective (e.g., pollution, population pressures, global warming, and scarcity of resources). RESOURCES Partition of India: The Day India Burned BBC Documentary

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