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1 St. Michael-Albertville High School Teacher: Derek Johnson World History II (Master) September 2014 CEQ: Enlightenment 1. Outline how new ideas Enlightenmet 1. Create a chart listing Enlightenment affected society and the the philosophers and their (Pages ) economy. works and ideas. 2. Describe how scientific 2. Analyze how each Revolutions process promoted trust in philosopher would human reason. respond to the following (Pages ) 3. Summarize how the statement: "The best Enlightenment affected government are those that the arts and literature. closely control the actions 4. Identify and explain of their citizens and the Enlightenment ideas. course of their economies." HOW DID SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CHANGE THE WORLD? WHY DOES DEMOCRACY BECOM E AN IMPORTANT FORM OF GOVERNMENT IN THE MODERN AGES? WHY WAS WESTERN EUROPE ABLE TO CONQUER THE REST OF THE WORLD? WHAT HAPPENED WHEN EUROPEAN CONTROL OF THE WORLD BROKE UP? How does the Enlightenment create the age of revolution? Enlightenment Revolutions 1. Describe the social structure of the old French regime. 2. Outline why France faced economic troubles in the late 1700s. 3. Outline the course of the French Revolution. 4. Explain how Napoleon rose to power. 5. Describe how Napoleon built an empire in Europe. 6. Describe the events that led to Napoleon's defeat. 7. Enumerate the goals of the Congress of Vienna. 1. I can explain why the Scientific Revolution began. 2. I can name, identify and explain Enlightenment ideas. 3. I can summarize how the Enlightenment affected arts and literature. 4. I can explain why growing discontent led to the American Revolution. 5. I can summarize how the new Constitution reflected the ideas of the Enlightenment. 6. I can describe the social structure of the old French regime. 7. I can outline why France faced economic troubles in the late 1700s. 8. I can outline the course of the French Revolution 9. I can explain how Napoleon rose to power. 10. I can describe the events that led to Revolutions 1. Make a list identifying the causes of the French Revolution. 2. Read the Declaration of the Rights of Man and pick out Enlightenment ideas. 3. Develop a timeline of the American Revolution. 4. Complete "French Revolution Questions" CA = Unit Seven Exam 1 of 7

2 1. Scientific revolutions 2. Age of enlightenment 8. Explain why growing discontent led to the Napoleon s defeat. Revolutions American Revolution. 1. French 9. Summarize how the 2. American new Constitution reflected the ideas of the Enlightenment. October 2014 Industrialization and Western Society 1. I can list the reasons the Industrial Revolution was a Industrialization and Western Society Industrialization and Western Society How does industrialism change western society? 1. Specify the reasons that the Industrial Revolution was a turning point. 2. Describe new turning point in world history. 2. I can name the most important technological 1. Write a short paragraph explaining why Britain was capable of starting the Industrial Revolution. (Pages ) Imperialism How does technologies that triggered innovations that triggered 2. Have a class discussion nationalism promote the Industrial Revolution. the Industrial Revolution. about the changes in values, (Pages ) European 3. Cite the reasons Britain 3. I can list the reasons education, science and imperialism? was the starting point for Britain was the starting government and how they What happens to the Industrial Revolution. point for the Industrial affected the population. Africa and Asia 4. Describe life in the new Revolution. because of industrial city. 4. I can describe what life Imperialism European 5. Enumerate the benefits was like in the new 1. Complete "Imperialism imperialism? and problems industrial city. Questions" industrialization brought to 5. I can explain the 2. Have a class discussion Industrialization the working class and the benefits industrialization about the potential impact new middle class. had on the working class in the future of European and Western Society 6. Explain lassiez-faire and new middle class. imperialism. 1. Industrial revolution economics. 6. I can explain the 2. Emergence of mass 7. Name the industrial problems industrialization society CA = Unit Eight Exam powers that emerged in the had on the working class 2. Emergence of 1800s. and new middle class. democracy 2 of 7

3 8. Explain the changes in values, education, science and government. Imperialism 1. Colonial rule in Southeast Asia 2. Empire building in Africa 3. British rule in India 4. Nation building in Latin America 5. Chinese revolution 6. Meiji restoration in Japan November 2014 Imperialism 1. Outline the causes of the "new imperialism". 2. Explain why western imperialism was so successful. 3. Describe how governments ruled their empires. 4. Analyze European influence in Africa, Southeast Asia, and India. 5. Summarize the internal problems that Chinese reformers tried to solve. 6. Outline how discontent in society and the opening of Japan led to the Meiji restoration. 7. Describe the cultural impact of imperialism. 7. I can explain lassiezfaire economics. 8. I can explain the changes in values, education, science and government 9. I can outline the causes of the new imperialism 10. I can explain why western imperialism was so successful. 11. I can describe how western countries ruled their empires. 12. I can describe the cultural impact of imperialism. 1. Describe how 1. I can explain the causes of. 1. Develop a list to outline What factors led to? nationalism and international rivalries 2. I can identify the reasons a stalemate the causes to. 2. Using a map, illustrate (Pages ) What unresolved issues pushed Europe towards developed on the Western the political divisions of Interwar Period 3 of 7

4 from led to I? (Pages ) How were the world wars different from wars in earlier centuries? I (Pages ) Russian Revolution 3. Treaty of Versailles Interwar Period 1. Rise of dictators 2. Cultural and intellectual trends 3. Nationalism around the world I 1. Causes of I 2. Atomic bomb and Holocaust 3. World order after the war war. 2. Explain why ethnic tension in the Balkans sparked a political assassination. 3. Identify why a stalemate developed on the Western Front. 4. Asses how technology made different from other wars. 5. Explain how World War I became a total war. 6. Summarize the causes and effects of the American entry to the war. 7. Outline the components of the Treaty of Versailles. 8. Discuss the failures of the Treaty of Versailles. 9. Analyze why the Communists defeated their opponents in the Russian Civil War. Interwar Period 1. Summarize how the Communist state developed under Lenin and Stalin. 2. Discuss issues that Europe faced after World War I. Front. 3. I can describe how technology made World War I different from other wars. 4. I can explain how became a total war. 5. I can summarize the causes and effects of the American entry to the war. 6. I can outline the components of the Treaty of Versailles. 7. I can summarize how the Communist state developed in Russia. 8. I can identify the issues facing the Europe and the United States after World War I. 9. I can explain how Hitler and Mussolini rose to power. 10. I can list the acts of aggression prior to the outbreak of I. 11. I can compare how the war was fought in the Pacific Theater versus the European Theater. 12. I can explain how the war ended in Europe and Europe in 1914 and Use a cause and effect chart to illustrate how Lenin rose to power in Create a chart to explain the motivations of France, Britain and the United States at the conclusion of. Interwar Period 1. Have a class discussion to analyze how each dictator rose to power after. I 1. Create a list to outline the acts of aggression by Italy, Japan and Germany prior to I. 2. Create a chart listing the key events during World War II and their impact on the outcome of the War. 3. Develop a timeline of I. 4. Discuss the end of the war and any possible alternatives. CA = Unit Nine Exam 4 of 7

5 3. Summarize the wars Britain, France and the United States tried to deal with the challenges of the 1920s and 1930s. 4. Explain how conditions in Italy favored the rise of Mussolini. 5. Trace how Hitler came to power. 6. Enumerate the political, social, economic and cultural policies Hitler pursued. the Pacific. 13I can describe the issues facing the world after I. I 1. Outline the factors that encouraged the coming of war. 2. Identify how dictators challenged world peace. 3. Analyze the European theater of I. 4. Describe how Nazi Germany was defeated. 5. Compare how the war was fought in the Pacific versus Europe. 6. Explain how Japan was defeated. 7. Describe the issues that arose in the aftermath of the war. 5 of 7

6 8. Explain why the United Nations was created. December Summarize how the 1. I can summarize how the breakup of World War 1. The World Since 1945 How did the divide the world after I? break up of I alliances led to new conflict. II alliances led to new conflict. 2. I can analyze how the Presentations Fall of Soviet Union (Pages ) Fall of Soviet Union Why did the world 2. Analyze how the differences between the 1. Create a list and briefly communist movement differences between the United States and the explain the reasons the (Pages ) fail? United States and the Soviet Union led to the Soviet Union fell apart What factors have Soviet Union led to the. Middle East Crisis[ created tension. 3. I can identify and Middle East Crisis between countries in 3. Identify and explain the explain the conflicts the 1. Create a peace proposal (Pages ) the Middle East? conflicts the United States United States and the for the Middle East. What will be the role and the Soviet Union were Soviet Union were Rise of Modern China of the United States, involved in throughout the involved in throughout the Rise of Modern China Russia and China in world. world. 1. Have a class discussion (Pages ) the 21st century? 4. Outline the causes and 4. I can outline the causes about the origins of effects of the Korean War. and effects of the Korean communist China and its 5. Summarize how war War. development in recent began in Vietnam. 5. I can summarize how years. 1. USSR and Eastern 6. List the reasons Vietnam war began in Vietnam. Europe was successful in defeating 6. I can list the reasons CA = Unit Ten Exam 2. NATO and Western the United States. Vietnam was successful in Europe defeating the United 3. Korean and Vietnam Fall of the Soviet Union States. Wars 1. Explain the significance 7. I can explain the Fall of Soviet Union of the Berlin Wall during significance of the Berlin 1. Berlin Wall the. Wall during the. 2. Collapse of satellites 6 of 7

7 3. Collapse of Soviet Union 2. Explain what factors led Middle East Crisis to the collapse of the 1. Creation of Israel Soviet Union and its 2. Four Arab-Israeli Wars satellites. 3. Current Middle East issues Rise of Modern China 1. Communist revolution 2. Special economic zones 3. Business and human rights issues Middle East Crisis 1. Identify the roots of conflict in the Middle East. 2. Explain the causes and effects of the Arab-Israeli Wars. 3. Explain why a Arab- Israeli peace settlement is so difficult to achieve. Rise of Modern China 1. Describe the culture, government policies, and economic status of modern China. 8. I can explain what factors led to the collapse of the Soviet Union and its satellites. 9. I can identify the roots of conflict in the Middle East. 10. I can explain the causes and effects of the Arab-Israeli Wars. 11. I can explain why a Arab-Israeli peace settlement is so difficult to achieve. 12. I can describe the culture, government policies, and economic status of modern China. 7 of 7

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