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1 A Correlation of Prentice Hall World History The Modern Era Mississippi Edition 2014 To the Social Studies Framework World History from the Age of

2 A Correlation of, Mississippi Edition 2014 CONTENT STRANDS: Domestic Affairs; Global Affairs; Civil Rights/Human Rights; Economics; Culture COMPETENCIES AND OBJECTIVES Domestic Affairs 1. Understand different political systems in the Modern Western World and their impact on the respective societies that adopted them. a. Compare and contrast governmental forms (Democracy, aristocracy/oligarchy, absolutism, constitutionalism, totalitarianism, monarchy and republic) as practiced by the societies that adopted them over time. (DOK 2) SE/TE: The Rise of Greek City-States, 16; The Glory That Was Greece, 17; From Republic to Empire, 18; The Roman Achievement & The Rise of Christianity, 19; Spanish Power Grows, ; France Under Louis XIV, ; Concept Connector: Political Systems, 153; Parliament Triumphs in England, ; Rise of Austria and Prussia, ; Absolute Monarchy in Russia, ; Enlightened Despots Embrace New Ideas, ; Birth of the American Republic, ; An Age of Ideologies, ; Nationalism Threatens Old Empires, ; Russia: Reform and Reaction, ; Democratic Reform in Britain, ; Division and Democracy in France, ; Revolution and Civil War in Russia, ; Fascism in Italy, ; Concept Connector: Dictatorship, 541; The Soviet Union Under Stalin, ; Hitler and the Rise of Nazi Germany, ; Communism Spreads in East Asia, ; Concept Connector: Democracy, 709; Latin America Builds Democracy,

3 A Correlation of, Mississippi Edition 2014 b. Compare and contrast the ideologies and practices of communism, socialism, liberalism, fascism, nationalism, and imperialism. (DOK 2) c. Analyze the different governmental systems of countries in Europe, Asia, and the Americas (e.g., Fascism in Italy and Germany, Communism in Russia and China, Democracy in the United States, Monarchy in England, etc.) since the Age of Enlightenment in terms of the main factors that contributed ir rise and fall. (DOK 4) SE/TE: Imperialism, 44 45, , , , 401, , 416, 417, , , 446, 449, , 508, 689, 788; Nationalism, 228, 232, 234, 234, 241, , 281, 329, , , 347, 354, 355, 389, 391, 398, 408, 409, 455, 457, , , 517, 539, 540, 552, 553, 670, 674, 677, 729, 788; Socialism, , 267, 366, 479, 483, 710, 793, 795; Communism, 265, 473, 480, , , 540, , 564, 593, 610, , 635, , , 684, 715, 793, 794, 803; Liberalism, , 282, 493; Fascism, , 564, 803 SE/TE: Enlightened Despots Embrace New Ideas, ; Birth of the American Republic, ; An Age of Ideologies, ; Nationalism Threatens Old Empires, ; Russia: Reform and Reaction, ; Democratic Reform in Britain, ; Division and Democracy in France, ; Revolution and Civil War in Russia, ; Fascism in Italy, ; Concept Connector: Dictatorship, 541; The Soviet Union Under Stalin, ; Hitler and the Rise of Nazi Germany, ; Communism Spreads in East Asia, ; Concept Connector: Democracy, 709; Latin America Builds Democracy, Understand the impact of political, technological, economic, cultural, religious, and demographic changes within the global community. a. Analyze and explain the origins, spread, SE/TE: Dawn of the Industrial Age, 246 and impact of the First and Second 249; Britain Leads the Way, ; Industrial Revolutions. (DOK 3) Social Impact of the Industrial Revolution, ; New Ways of Thinking, ; The Industrial Revolution Spreads, ; The Rise of Cities, ; Changing Attitudes and Values, ; Arts in the Industrial Age,

4 A Correlation of, Mississippi Edition 2014 b. Explain, by drawing on different political and cultural contexts, the evidence of the tensions between religions, within religions, and between secularism and religion. (DOK 2) SE/TE: Ancient Rome and the Rise of Christianity, 18 19; Muslim Civilizations, 32 33; The Protestant Reformation, 61 65; Reformation Ideas Spread, 66 71; Spreading Christianity, Zionist Movement, ; Holocaust, , ; Persecution of Jews, 71, 351, ; also see by religion: Judaism, 7, 11, 19, 318, 677; Hinduism, 11, 12, 14, 33, 406, 408, 409, 504, , 660, 677, 805; Buddhism, 11, 14, 42, 409, 624, 660, 677, 716, 805; Christianity, 11, 13, 19, 24, 27, 29, 30, 61 65, 85, 85, 91 92, 96, 98, 100, 103, 318, 394, 406, 523, 660, 677, 805; Confucianism, 11, 25, 102, 413, 414, 624, 805; Daoism, 11, 15, 805; Islam, 11, 24, 25, 29, 32 33, 35, 70, , , 464, 499, 502, , 660, 672, 673, 677, 789, 805 4

5 A Correlation of, Mississippi Edition 2014 c. Describe the nature of the transitions from one governmental form to another (e.g., violent, non-violent, ideological, economic). (DOK 2) d. Analyze international demographic trends (population growth, decline, movement) and their relationship with the development of various societies around the world. (DOK 2) SE/TE: Concept Connector: Political Systems, 153; Parliament Triumphs in England, ; Philosophy in the Age of Reason, ; Enlightenment Ideas Spread, ; Birth of the American Republic, ; Events That Changed the World: Spreading the Word of Revolution, ; On the Eve of Revolution, ; The French Revolution Unfolds, ; Radical Days of the Revolution, ; An Age of Ideologies, ; Revolutions of 1830 and 1848, ; Concept Connector: Revolution, 282; Revolts in Latin America, ; Democratic Reform in Britain, ; Division and Democracy in France, ; Self-Rule for Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, ; Revolution and Civil War in Russia, ; India Seeks Self-Rule, ; Fascism in Italy, ; Concept Connector: Dictatorship, 541; The Soviet Union Under Stalin, ; Hitler and the Rise of Nazi Germany, ; Communism Spreads in East Asia, ; Events that Changed the World: The Fall of the Soviet Union, ; African Nations Gain Independence, ; Concept Connector: Democracy, 709; Latin America Builds Democracy, SE/TE: Population (growth, decline, statistics), 102, 118, 130, 136, 248, 255, 267, 305, 327, 334, 361, 408, 502, 502, , , 655, 688, 706, 715, , 722, 722, 744, 786, 787, 804; also see: Migration, 5, 7, 34 35, 42, 71, 130, 248, 250, 267, 370, 370, 383,

6 A Correlation of, Mississippi Edition 2014 Global Affairs 3. Understand causes and consequences of contact, cooperation, and conflict (e.g., diplomatic, economic, political, cultural/ethnic, military, biological) between various societies, nations, and groups of people. a. Analyze the role of imperialism and industrialism as factors in the rise of global conflict since the Age of Enlightenment. (DOK 3) SE/TE: Dawn of the Industrial Age, ; Britain Leads the Way, ; Social Impact of the Industrial Revolution, ; New Ways of Thinking, ; The Industrial Revolution Spreads, ; The Rise of Cities, ; Changing Attitudes and Values, ; Arts in the Industrial Age, ; Building Overseas Empires, ; The Partition of Africa, ; European Claims in Muslim Regions, ; The British Take Over India, ; Concept Connector: Empire, 410; China and the New Imperialism, ; Imperialism in Southeast Asia and the Pacific, ; Economic Imperialism in Latin America, b. Critique the successes and failures of initiatives to create international security (e.g., Bourbon Family Compact, Concert of Europe, Holy Alliance, League of Nations, United Nations, SEATO, Non-Aligned States, etc.). (DOK 3) SE/TE: A Strong State Declines, 152; Concert of Europe, 238, 272; United Nations, 241, 591, 597, 614, 626, 628, 671, 685, , 747, 748, 791; League of Nations, 474, 476, 514, 531, 549, 562, 563, 614; SEATO, 607, 608; Non-Aligned States, 657 6

7 A Correlation of, Mississippi Edition 2014 c. Analyze the causes, effects, and unique features of World War I and World War II in terms of the changes in diplomatic relationships among the various countries involved. (DOK 3) d. Describe the causes of the Cold War and its effects on contemporary world affairs. (DOK 2) SE/TE: Nationalism Threatens Old Empires, ; Concept Connector: Nationalism, 347; The Great War Begins, ; A New Kind of War, ; Winning the War, ; Making the Peace, ; Conflicting Forces in Japan, ; The Western Democracies Stumble, ; Fascism in Italy, ; The Soviet Union Under Stalin, ; Hitler and the Rise of Nazi Germany, ; From Appeasement to War, ; Infographic: The Holocaust, ; The Nazis Commit Genocide, ; War Crimes Trial, 591; Concept Connector: Genocide, 595; Japan Attacks the United States, ; The Axis Advances, ; The Allies Turn the Tide, ; D- Day, ; Victory in Europe and the Pacific, ; The End of World War II, ; The Cold War Unfolds, ; Israel Is Founded, SE/TE: The Allies Turn the Tide, ; Victory in Europe and the Pacific, ; The End if World War II, ; The Cold War Unfolds, ; The Industrialized Democracies, ; Communism Spreads in East Asia, ; Events that Changed the World: The Fall of the Soviet Union, ; The End of the Cold War, ; Industrialized Nations After the Cold War,

8 A Correlation of, Mississippi Edition Understand that increased interactions among people have resulted from: technological and communication innovation, political and economic change, and demographic and climate change. a. Compare and contrast the Glorious Revolution of England, the American Revolution, and the French Revolution and their enduring effects worldwide on the political expectations for self-government and individual liberty. (DOK 3) SE/TE: Parliament Triumphs in England, ; Birth of the American Republic, ; Events That Changed the World: Spreading the Word of Revolution, ; On the Eve of Revolution, ; The French Revolution Unfolds, ; Radical Days of the Revolution, ; An Age of Ideologies, ; Revolutions of 1830 and 1848, ; Concept Connector: Revolution, 282; Revolts in Latin America, ; also see: Democratic Reform in Britain, ; Division and Democracy in France, ; Self-Rule for Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, ; India Seeks Self- Rule, ; African Nations Gain Independence, ; Concept Connector: Democracy, 709; Latin America Builds Democracy, b. Identify the various locations of colonial rule of nations such as England, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Russia, Spain, Portugal, and the United States and analyze the colonial relationships of each. (DOK 3) SE/TE: Spanish and Portuguese Colonies in the Americas, ; Struggle for North America, ; Building Overseas Empires, ; The Partition of Africa, ; European Claims in Muslim Regions, ; The British Take Over India, ; Concept Connector: Empire, 410; China and the New Imperialism, ; Imperialism in Southeast Asia and the Pacific, ; Economic Imperialism in Latin America,

9 A Correlation of, Mississippi Edition 2014 c. Analyze the integration of countries into the global community and the roles of demographic change, climate change, medical advances, and cultural exchange in that integration. (DOK 3) d. Analyze the international developments in the post World War II world in terms of global economic, military, and political power shifts (e.g., developments of nationalism in Africa and the Middle East, the effects of the Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan in Southeast Asia, the collapse of the Soviet Union, etc.). (DOK 4) SE/TE: New Nations of Southeast Asia, ; African Nations Gain Independence, ; The Modern Middle East, ; The Challenges of Development, ; Concept Connector: Democracy, 709; Africa Seeks a Better Future, ; China and India: Two Giants of Asia, ; Latin America Builds Democracy, ; Industrialized Nations After the Cold War, ; Globalization, ; Social and Environment Challenges, SE/TE: The Cold War Unfolds, ; The Industrialized Democracies, ; Communism Spreads in East Asia, ; Events that Changed the World: The Fall of the Soviet Union, ; The End of the Cold War, ; New Nations of Southeast Asia, ; African Nations Gain Independence, ; The Modern Middle East, ; The Challenges of Development, ; Concept Connector: Democracy, 709; Africa Seeks a Better Future, ; China and India: Two Giants of Asia, ; Latin America Builds Democracy, ; Industrialized Nations After the Cold War, ; Globalization, ; Social and Environment Challenges,

10 A Correlation of, Mississippi Edition 2014 Civil Rights/Human Rights 5. Understand rights in society and changing conception of rights (civil or human). a. Differentiate between civil rights and human rights in their historical contexts (e.g., the Enlightenment, American and French Revolutions, Colonial Independence Movement--such as the Free India Movement, and movements in Latin America). (DOK 2) SE/TE: Concept Connector: Political Systems, 153; Parliament Triumphs in England, ; Philosophy in the Age of Reason, ; Enlightenment Ideas Spread, ; Birth of the American Republic, ; Events That Changed the World: Spreading the Word of Revolution, ; On the Eve of Revolution, ; The French Revolution Unfolds, ; Radical Days of the Revolution, ; An Age of Ideologies, ; Revolutions of 1830 and 1848, ; Concept Connector: Revolution, 282; Revolts in Latin America, ; Democratic Reform in Britain, ; Division and Democracy in France, ; Self-Rule for Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, ; Revolution and Civil War in Russia, ; India Seeks Self-Rule, ; Fascism in Italy, ; Concept Connector: Dictatorship, 541; The Soviet Union Under Stalin, ; Hitler and the Rise of Nazi Germany, ; Communism Spreads in East Asia, ; Events that Changed the World: The Fall of the Soviet Union, ; African Nations Gain Independence, ; Concept Connector: Democracy, 709; Latin America Builds Democracy, b. Describe the role and impact of international civil rights movements and leaders (e.g., Gandhi, Tiananmen Square protests, Tibetan Freedom Fighters, Ras Tafari Movement, etc.) on the colonized countries in places such as Africa, Caribbean/South America, and Southeast Asia, etc., in appeals for independence. (DOK 2) SE/TE: Nationalism and an Africa for Africans, 498; India Seeks Self-Rule, ; Jomo Kenyatta, 666; South Africa Struggles for Freedom, ; Primary Source: Nelson Mandela: Glory and Hope, 691; Witness History: A Violent Crackdown, 714; Tiananmen Square, 715; China Faces Ongoing Challenges, 716; Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, 726; Human Rights, ; Primary Source: Aung San Suu Kyi: Freedom from Fear,

11 A Correlation of, Mississippi Edition 2014 c. Identify and distinguish between the methods of proponents of civil or human rights and the methods of their opponents since the Age of Enlightenment (e.g., Rousseau, Wollstonecraft, Blanqui, anarchists, Gandhi, Ho Chi Minh, Cesar Chavez). (DOK 2) SE/TE: Philosophy in the Age of Reason (Rousseau, Locke, Hobbes, Montesquieu, Voltaire), ; The French Revolt Again in 1848, 278; Anarchists, 342; India Seeks Self-Rule, ; Fascism in Italy, ; The Soviet Union Under Stalin, ; Hitler and the Rise of Nazi Germany, ; ; Democracy Expands Opportunities, 617; Ho Chi Minh, ; Jomo Kenyatta, 666; South Africa Struggles for Freedom, ; Primary Source: Nelson Mandela: Glory and Hope, 691; Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, 726; Human Rights, ; Primary Source: Aung San Suu Kyi: Freedom from Fear, 752 Economics 6. Understand the economic causes and patterns of global change in the era of New Imperialism in Africa, Southeast Asia, China, India, Latin America, and the Philippines. a. Assess the role that scarce resources, the quest for markets, and technological innovation have played in conflicts between states and/or empires since the Age of Enlightenment. (DOK 3) SE/TE: Building Overseas Empires, ; The Partition of Africa, ; European Claims in Muslim Regions, ; The British Take Over India, ; Concept Connector: Empire, 410; China and the New Imperialism, ; Imperialism in Southeast Asia and the Pacific, ; Economic Imperialism in Latin America, ; Nigeria, 668; Supplying the World with Oil, ; Oil, Religion, and Threats to Stability, 675; Industrialized Nations After the Cold War,

12 A Correlation of, Mississippi Edition 2014 b. Analyze the role of imperialism, geography, and market economies in the development of the economies of third world nations in Africa, Southeast Asia, Latin America and the Philippines. (DOK 3) SE/TE: Independent Nations of South Asia, ; New Nations of Southeast Asia, ; African Nations Gain Independence, ; The Challenges of Development, ; Concept Connector: Democracy, 709; Africa Seeks a Better Future, ; China and India: Two Giants of Asia, ; Latin America Builds Democracy, Understand the development of various economic systems through time and place and how those systems have shaped global relations. a. Analyze the integration of countries into SE/TE: The Transportation Revolution, the world economy and roles of the ; Transportation and informational, technological and Communication Advances, ; communication revolutions (e.g., Germany Becomes an Industrial Giant, steamship, the telegraph, television, ; Western Advantages, 390; New satellite, and computer) in that integration. Nations of Southeast Asia, ; (DOK 3) African Nations Gain Independence, ; The Modern Middle East, ; The Challenges of Development, ; Concept Connector: Democracy, 709; Africa Seeks a Better Future, ; China and India: Two Giants of Asia, ; Latin America Builds Democracy, ; Industrialized Nations After the Cold War, ; Globalization, ; Social and Environment Challenges, ; Advances in Science and Technology, b. Cite evidence of how the world has evolved from a multitude of economic systems to a global interdependent economy. (DOK 2) SE/TE: Globalization, ; also see: Economies of individual nations, , 221, 251, 253, , 336, 337, 372, 426, 446, , 493, , 514, 532, 533, , 551, 551, 611, 615, 620, 620, 622, 639, 641, 695, 744; OPEC, , 675; European Economic Community, 735; European Union, 734, 735,

13 A Correlation of, Mississippi Edition 2014 c. Draw conclusions using examples of how governments, international institutions (e.g., Napoleon s Continental System, GATT), and private corporations (e.g., East India Company) have sought to regulate economics since the Age of Enlightenment. (DOK 3) SE/TE: NAFTA, 137, 613, 741, 790, 794; Continental System, 232, ; East India Company, 387, ; European Economic Community, 735; European Union, 734, 735, 764; GATT, 741 Culture 8. Understand the cultural trends, religious ideologies and artistic expressions of various world cultures through time and place. a. Assess the impact of the Scientific Revolutions on society and culture. (DOK 3) SE/TE: The Scientific Revolution, 72 76; Concept Connector: Science and Technology, 77; Scientific Revolution Sparks the Enlightenment, b. Cite evidence to illustrate cultural fusion and exchange on an international scale (e.g., influence of non-western cultures on the West, the influence of the West on non- Western cultures, and other crossfertilization between cultures) from the 18th century present. (DOK 2) SE/TE: Concept Connector: Cultural Diffusion, 42; Enlightenment Ideas Spread, ; Social Impact of the Industrial Revolution, ; New Ways of Thinking, ; Changing Attitudes and Values, ; Arts in the Industrial Age, ; Islamic Crusades in West Africa, ; European Contact Increases, 394; Efforts to Westernize, ; Impact of British Colonial Rule, 407; Different Views on Culture, ; Cultural Nationalism, 494; Nationalism and an Africa for Africans, ; Postwar Social Changes, ; Humanities: Pablo Picasso, 528; Concept Connector: Cultural Diffusion: Spread of Popular Culture,

14 A Correlation of, Mississippi Edition 2014 c. Examine cultural artifacts to illustrate the relationship between major artistic trends (e.g., Romanticism, Modernism, and Expressionism) in their historical contexts (e.g., political, intellectual, social, economic). (DOK 2) d. Analyze the moral and ethical principles in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, in Judaism, and in Christianity in the development of Western political thought. (DOK 3) SE/TE: Humanities: 60, 147, 194, 229, 323, 399, 466, 495, 528, 719; also see the following chapters and illustrations for examples of the images and coverage of artistic and cultural trends found throughout the program: Realism in Northern European Art, 58; Enlightenment Ideas Spread, ; The Modern Office, 302; Arts in the Industrial Age, ; Postwar Social Changes, ; Concept Connector: Cultural Diffusion: Spread of Popular Culture, 765 SE/TE: Judaism, 7, 11; The Rise of Greek City-States, 16; The Glory That Was Greece, 17; From Republic to Empire, 18; The Roman Achievement & The Rise of Christianity, 19; The Medieval Church, 27; Expressing Humanism, 49 14

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