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1 UNIT PLAN Grade Level: Unit #: 3 Unit Name: Age of Revolutions 7 th Big Idea/Theme: During the Age of Revolutions, numerous political, social, and economic revolts occurred throughout the world. Culminating Assessment: 1) Students will create a to review all of the indicators. (details below) Unit Understanding(s) Students will understand that The French Revolution was influenced by the Enlightenment and the American Revolution. The Mexican and Haitian Revolutions differed in terms of leaders, time period, and European control. The Industrial Revolution led to urbanization, socialism, and mass production Acquisition of territory led to the spread of Nationalism throughout Europe. Unit Essential Question(s): How did the Enlightenment and the American Revolution influence the French Revolution? Why was the Third Estate upset with the French leadership prior to the revolution? How did the effects of the French Revolution lead to other independence movements? Why was there a desire for independence in various Latin American nations? How were the Latin American independence movements different? What were the major effects of the Industrial Revolution? How did the factors of production effect industrialization? Why did the population move from rural to urban areas? How did the new inventions, including interchangeable parts, and mass production change individuals lives? What was Napoleon s role in the spread of nationalism? How were nationalist movements across Europe different? 1

2 Students will know / Students will be able to Explain the causes and effects of the French Revolution and how the American Revolution influenced it. Describe King Louis XVI and his fall from power in France. Identify Napoleon Bonaparte and his rise to power in France. Compare the Mexican and Haitian Revolutions. Map the sequence of industrialization for the following nations: Great Britain, the rest of Europe, the United States, and Japan. Summarize how the societies changed from agricultural to industrial, which meant shifts in population. Identify the effects of population shifts on urban life. Explain how labor unions developed as a result of poor working conditions Identify the goals of the labor unions. Trace how mass production ended the cottage industry. Define unification of Germany and Italy and explain how they are examples of nationalism. Create a timeline highlighting key events from the late 1700 s to mid 1800 s. Essential Vocabulary Revolution Estates Socialism Industrialization Urbanization Labor unions Mass production Unification Nationalism Raw materials Cottage industry Steam engine National Assembly Assembly Line Interchangeable parts Textile industry 2

3 South Carolina Academic Standards: Explain the causes, key ideas, and effects of the French Revolution, including the influence of ideas from the American Revolution and the Enlightenment and ways that the Revolution changed social conditions in France and the rest of Europe. (P, H) Compare the development of Latin American independence movements, including the Haitian revolution, the role of Simón Bolívar in different independence movements, and the role of Father Miguel Hidalgo in the Mexican Revolution of (P, H, G) Explain the causes and course of the Industrial Revolution in Europe, Japan, and the United States, including the reasons that England was the first nation to industrialize, the impact of the growth of population and the rural-to-urban migration, the changes in the organization of work and labor, and the development of socialism. (E, H, G) Explain the impact of the new technology that emerged during the Industrial Revolution, including changes that promoted the industrialization of textile production in England and the impact of interchangeable parts and mass production. (E, H) Compare the emergence of nationalist movements across Europe in the nineteenth century, including the unification of Italy, the unification of Germany, and Napoleon s role in the spreading of nationalism. (H, P, G) Explain global influences on the environment, including the effects of increases in population, the growth of cities, and efforts by citizens and governments to protect the natural environment. (G) Summarize the dangers to the natural environment that are posed by population growth, urbanization, and industrialization. (G, E, P, H) Interim Assessment (formative) Tests/Quizzes Discussion/Questioning Journals Class participation Partner/group work Exit/Entry slips Debates KWL Activities Graphic Organizers Thinking Maps Interim Assessment (formative, sample) See lesson plans O:\Social Studies curriculum and lesson plans for District Two\7th Grade\Unit 3 - Revolutions Think, Pair, Share students will share causes of the French Revolution (7-3.2) 3

4 Unit 3: Revolutions Culminating Assessment Activity: Students will create a addressing the indicators in standard 7-3: Industrial Revolution French Revolution Latin American Revolution The students can choose from any style (some examples are) Monopoly Jeopardy Card Wheel of Fortune Smarter than a 5 th grader There must be a minimum of 10 for each category: 2 who, 2 what, 1 when, 2 where, 1 how, & 2 Why The students must include: Rules Instructions Answer key Game pieces Clues Tangibles if applicable 4

5 Rubric CATEGORY Student comments Content Accuracy Graphics Relevance Knowledge Gained Lay Out & Design At least 40 accurate facts are included All graphics are related to the topic and make it easier to understand. answer all related to facts in the and used to create the & graphic elements of the are organized in a way that contribute to the meaning Requirements All of the 30 accurate All graphics are related to the topic and most make it easier to understand. answer most related to facts in the and used to create the of the is organized and attractive Almost all of the 20 accurate All graphics are related to the topic. answer 75% related to facts in the and used to create the of the is sometimes confusing Most of the Less than 10 accurate Graphics do not relate to the topic Student appears to have insufficient knowledge about the facts or used in the. of the is confusing Little of the content was Teacher comments 5

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