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1 St. Michael-Albertville High School Teacher: Derek Johnson World History I (Master) September 2014 CEQ: Early Civilizations 1. Explain how the first 1. I can explain how the first cities emerged. Early Civilizations 1. Create a chart outlining Early Civilizations cities emerged. 2. I can identify the basic the major characteristics of (Pages 2-63) 2. Identify the basic features of early early civilizations features of early 2. List the geographic World Religions 3. I can explain how locations of Western Asia 3. Explain how geographic geographic features and Egypt (Pages ) features influenced influenced Mesopotamian 3. Early Civilizations Mesopotamian and and Egyptian Study Guide Key Vocab Egyptian 4. I can describe the main 4. Describe the main features of Mesopotamian features of Mesopotamian and Egyptian culture and and Egyptian culture and society. society. WHAT FACTORS MADE CIVILIZATION POSSIBLE AROUND THE WORLD? WHAT ROLE DID RELIGION PLAY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF EARLY CIVILIZATIONS? HOW DID WESTERN EUROPE DEVELOP NATION- STATES? HOW DID THE AMERICAS, AFRICA AND ASIA DEVELOP EMPIRES? WHAT INTERACTIONS DEVELOPED BETWEEN WESTERN EUROPES AND THE REST OF THE World Religions 1. Summarize the basic beliefs of the five major world religions. 2. Explain how the three monotheistic religions are related. 3. Compare the five major world religions and their influence in world history. World Religions 1. Judaism web diagram 2. Islam web diagram 3. Christianity web diagram 4. Buddhism and Hinduism Venn diagram CA = Unit One Exam 1 of 9

2 WORLD? UEQ: How have the five major religions impacted history? How and where did civilization begin? Early Civilizations 1. Mesopotamia 2. Egypt World Religions 1. Judaism 2. Christianity 3. Islam 4. Hinduism 5. Buddhism October 2014 UEQ: Greece How did Greece and Rome contribute to the development of the western civilization? Greece 1. Describe the kinds of governments and civilizations the Greeks developed. 2. Describe the impact of the Persian Wars had on Greece. 1. I can describe Greek monarchy, oligarchy, and democracy using representative city-states like Athens and Sparta. 2. I can describe the key elements of the Golden Age of Athens after the victory Greece 1. Use a concept map to show the elements that contributed to the classical age in Greece. 2. Create a chart to describe the Greek influences on Western Greece (Pages ) Rome (Pages ) 2 of 9

3 1. City-State 2. Persian War 3. Classical Greece 4. Peloponessian War 5. Alexander and the Hellenistic Era 3. Identify key aspects of Greek culture. 4. List the causes and effects of the Peloponnesian Wars. 5. Explain how Alexander civilization. Rome 1. Create a list the reasons Rome was able to grow Vocab Rome built an empire. 2. Use a T-chart to identify 1. Roman Republic 6. Summarize the results of Roman leaders and their 2. Roman Empire Alexander's conquest. contributions to the empire. 3. Cultural Life 7. Explain how the Greek's 3. Legacy of the Roman 4. Role of Christianity developed city-states. Empire worksheet 5. Decline and Fall 4. Ancient Greece and Rome study guide Rome 1. Describe the major characteristics of government and society during the Roman Empire. 2. Explain how Rome succeeded in expanding in Italy and developing an empire. 3. Analyze how Greco- Roman civilization formed. 4. Outline Roman contributions to literature, the arts, technology, and law. 5. Explain how Christianity began and how the early Church developed. 6. Outline how economic, social, political, and military problems led to the in the Persian Wars. 3. I can identify several key philosophical ideas, architectural contributions, and scientific developments of the Greek culture. 4. I can list the causes and effects of the Peloponnesian Wars. 5. I can explain how Alexander built his empire. 6. I can describe the major components of the Hellenistic period after Alexander s conquests. 7. I can evaluate the differences between the city-states of Sparta and Athens. 8. I can compare and contrast the way Rome s government under the republic and the empire affected the daily life of the people. 9. I can explain how Rome succeeded in expanding in Italy and developing its Mediterranean empire. 10. I can analyze how Greco-Roman civilization formed. 11. I can outline Roman CA = Unit Two Exam 3 of 9

4 fall of Rome. contributions to literature, the arts, technology, and law. 12. I can explain how Christianity began and how the early Christian Church developed. 13. I can analyze and evaluate the economic, social, political, and military problems that led to the fall of Rome. November 2014 UEQ: Indian Empires Indian Empires Indian Empires 1. Explain how the Maurya 1. Empires of India How did the civilizations of Asia develop before European age of imperialization? rulers created a strong central government. 2. Identify the features of the Gupta period that led to an Indian golden age. worksheet (Pages 64-83) Chinese Dynasties (Pages ) How did native civilizations develop differently in Africa and the Americas? Indian Empires 1. Mauryan and Gupta Empires 2. Muslim control Chinese Dynasties 1. Explain how geography influenced early Chinese 2. Identify key cultural achievements in early China. 3. Summarize the role and 1. I can explain how the Mauryan rulers created a strong central government. 2. I can identify the features of the Gupta period that led to an Indian golden age. 3. I can explain how geography influenced early Chinese 4. I can identify key cultural achievements in early China. 5. I can summarize the role and impact of dynasties in China. Chinese Dynasties 1. Use a web diagram to identify the major characteristics of each Chinese dynasty. Japan and Korea 1. Complete a Venn diagram to compare and contrast the civilizations in Japan and Korea. Ancient African Kingdoms Korea and Japan (Pages ) Ancient African Kingdoms (Page ) 4 of 9

5 impact of dynasties in China. Chinese Dynasties 1. Early Chinese civilizations 2. Rise and fall of Chinese empires Japan and Korea 1. Early Japanese empires 2. Japan under the shoguns 3. Development of Korean kingdoms Ancient African Kingdom 1. Sub-Saharan geography 2. Ghana, Mali, Songhai Civilizations of the Americas 1. Aztec 2. Maya 3. Inca December 2014 Japan and Korea 1. Explain how Japan's history has be influenced by power struggles between rulers and independent families. 2. Describe the role of the shogun. 3. Explain how the development of the Korean kingdoms was influenced by neighboring kingdoms. Ancient African Kingdoms 1. Explain how geography affected cultural development in Africa. 2. Describe how the rulers of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai built strong empires. Civilizations of the Americas 1. Describe the development of the Aztec, Maya, and Inca 2. Identify key elements of Aztec, Maya, and Inca society and culture. 6. I can explain how Japan's history has be influenced by power struggles between rulers and independent families. 7. I can describe the role of the shogun. 8. I can explain how the development of the Korean kingdoms was influenced by neighboring kingdoms. 9. I can explain how geography affected cultural development in Africa. 10. I can describe how the rulers of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai built strong empires. 11. I can describe the development of the Aztec, Maya, and Inca 12. I can identify key elements of Aztec, Maya, and Inca society and culture. 1. Write a short paragraph explain the rule of Ghana, Mali and Sonhai and their impact on Africa. Civilizations of the Americas 1. Complete Civilizations of the Americas questions. 2. Create a chart that contains information about the listed characteristics for the Maya, Aztec and Inca cultures. CA = Unit Three Exam Civilizations of the Americas (Page ) UEQ: Feudal System in 1. I can explain how Feudal System in Feudal System in Vocab 5 of 9

6 How did the Byzantine Empire arise after the Roman Empire? Western Europe (Pages ) What was life like during the Middle Ages? What factors helped end the Middle Ages and begin the Renaissance? What effect did the Reformation have on western Europe? Fuedal System in Western Europe 1. Life on the manor 2. Medieval Christianity 3. Towns and trade 4. Growth of European kingdoms Byzantine Empire in Eastern Europe 1. Hellenistic influences 2. Eastern Orthodox faith Renaissance 1. Italian city-state politics 2. Ideas in art Reformation 1. Martin Luther 2. Spread of Protestantism Western Europe 1. Explain how feudalism shaped medieval society. 2. Describe what feudal life was like for nobles and peasants. 3. Relate how the Church shaped medieval life. 4. Describe how the power of the Church grew. 5. Identify how the revival of trade revolutionized medieval economy. 6. Explain what led to the rise of towns and cities. Byzantine Empire in Eastern Europe 1. Outline the key elements of Byzantine Christianity 2. Summarize how Byzantine power increased. Renaissance 1. Explain why the Italian city-states were a favorable setting for a cultural rebirth. 2. Identify the themes and techniques Renaissance artists and writers used. Reformation feudalism shaped medieval society. 2. I can describe what feudal life was like for nobles and peasants. 3. I can relate how the Church shaped medieval life. 4. I can describe how the power of the Church grew. 5. I can identify how the revival of trade revolutionized medieval economy. 6. I can explain what led to the rise of towns and cities. 7. I can outline the key elements of Byzantine Christianity 8. I can summarize how Byzantine power increased. 9. I can explain why the Italian city-states were a favorable setting for a cultural rebirth. 10. I can identify the themes and techniques Renaissance artists and writers used. 11. I can state how abuses in the Church sparked widespread criticism. 12. I can explain how Western Europe 1. Use a T-chart to compare the life of nobles and peasants 2. Create cause and effect chart of the growth of towns and their impact on feudal society. 3. Middle Ages storyboard Renaissance 1. Complete early Renaissance questions 2. Famous people of the Renaissance web activity Reformation 1. Create a list of Roman Catholic, Lutheran, and Calvinist ideologies. CA = Unit Four Exam Byzantine Empire in Eastern Europe (Pages ) Renaissance (Pages ) Reformation (Pages ) Vocab 6 of 9

7 1. State how abuses in the Church sparked widespread criticism. 2. Explain how Martin Martin Luther challenged Catholic authority. 13. I can describe the spread of Protestant ideas. Luther challenged Catholic authority. 3. Describe the spread of Protestant ideas. January 2015 Content Skills Learning Targets Assessment Resources & Technology UEQ: Age of Exploration 1. Outline European 1. I can outline European interactions with Asian Age of Exploration 1. Use a chart to list the How did the age of exploration affect the development of European nationstates? interactions with Asian peoples. 2. Explain how Europeans in Africa led to the slave trade. peoples. 2. I can explain how Europeans in Africa led to the slave trade. 3. I can summarize the first explorers and lands each explored by each European nation. 2. Complete a web diagram to list the motives for What factors challenged the unity of the Muslim Empire after 1450? 3. Summarize the first encounters between the Spanish and Native Americans. 4. Identify the factors that encounters between the Spanish and Native Americans. 4. I can identify the factors that led to a Spanish European exploration. 3. Use a triangle of trade chart to track the movement of resources, products, people throughout the Age of Exploration led to a Spanish victory. victory. world. Vocab 1. European trade with 5. Outline Spain's rule in 5. I can outline Spain's rule Asia the Americas. in the Americas. 2. Atlantic slave trade 6. Describe colonial society 6. I can describe colonial Age of Absolutism 3. Latin American colonies and culture. society and culture. 1. Complete a chart Age of Absolutism 7. I can explain the role comparing the 1. Wars of religion Age of Absolutism religion played in conflict characteristics of Spain, 2. Social crisis 1. Explain the role religion throughout Europe. England and France 3. Absolutism played in conflict 8. I can summarize how 2. Create a list to identify Age of Exploration (Pages ) Age of Absolutism (Pages ) Muslim Empires (Pages ) 7 of 9

8 Content Skills Learning Targets Assessment Resources & Technology Muslim Empires throughout Europe. which conflicts were 1. Ottoman 2. Summarize how France prompted by religion. 2. Safavids was rebuilt after the 3. Write a short paragraph 3. Moguls religious wars. summarizing the 3. Analyze how the English accomplishments of Peter Civil War led to the rise of the Great. the Commonwealth. 4. Identify the causes and CA = Unit Six Exam results of the Glorious Revolution. 5. List the causes and effects of the Thirty Years War. 6. Explain how Louis XIV strengthened royal power. 7. Relate how Austria and Prussian emerged as great powers. 8. Describe how Peter the Great tried to make Russia into a modern state. Muslim Empires 1. Identify the characteristics of Ottoman culture. 2. Explain how the Ottoman empire expanded. 3. Compare the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mogul France was rebuilt after the religious wars. 9. I can analyze how the English Civil War led to the rise of the Commonwealth. 10. I can identify the causes and results of the Glorious Revolution. 11. I can list the causes and effects of the Thirty Years War. 12. I can explain how Louis XIV strengthened royal power. 13. I can relate how Austria and Prussian emerged as great powers. 14. I can describe how Peter the Great tried to make Russia into a modern state. 15. I can identify the characteristics of Ottoman culture. 16. I can explain how the Ottoman Empire expanded. 17. I can compare the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mogul 8 of 9

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