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1 Prentice Hall World History, Volume One 2007 Grades 9-12 C O R R E L A T E D T O Framework for Grades 9-12 World History

2 Strand: Social Movements and Reforms Content Standard 1: Students shall analyze the key elements of social movements and reforms. SMR.1.WH.1 Examine the key concepts and historical significance of five major religions: Buddhism SE: pp , 83, 91, 107, , Section Quiz, p. 42; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp. 27, 28 TECH: Note Taking Transparency 58; Progress Monitoring Transparency 10; Color Transparencies 14, 15 Christianity SE: pp. 83, , 172, , 216, , 238, , , 268, , 282, Outline Map, p. 96; Section Quiz, p. 86; Geography Quiz, p. 97; Viewpoint, p. 93; Link to Literature, p. 94; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Unit 2, Section Quiz, pp. 4, 22, 23; Primary Source, pp. 28, 29; Outline Map, p. 33; Biography, p. 30; All-In-One Teaching Resources, Unit 3, Section Quiz, pp. 4, 5; Biography, p. 12; Primary Source, p. 13; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp. 54, 55, 68, 69, 74 77, TECH: Note Taking Transparencies 70, 77, 80, 81, 103, 104; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 22, 29, 32, 33, 55, 56; Color Transparencies 29, 31, 32, 42, 46, 47, 78; Witness History Video, Roman Emperor Accepts Christianity; On Pilgrimage; An Educated Woman; An Emperor Begs Forgiveness; Crusaders Capture Jerusalem; A Monk Rebels; A King Speaks Out 1

3 Hinduism SE: pp , 82, 83 Section Quiz, p. 42; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp TECH: Note Taking Transparency 58; Progress Monitoring Transparency 10; Color Transparencies 14, 15; World History Audio CD, River Waters Bring Salvation Islam SE: pp. 83, 303, , 309, , , 323, , TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Unit 2, Section Quiz, pp ; Link to Literature, pp. 68, 70; Outline Map, pp. 73, 74; Primary Source, pp. 69, 71; Geography Quiz, p. 79; Biography, p. 72; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp TECH: Note Taking Transparencies 87A, 87B, 88A, 88B, 89, 90, 91; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 39 43; Color Transparencies 57 63; World History Audio CD, Messenger of God; Nomadic Raids; Inspiration from Aristotle; Akbar the Great; Constantinople Falls; Witness History Video, Suleiman the Magnificent Judaism SE: pp , 61, 63 64, 83, , 260 Outline Map, p. 75; Geography Quiz, p. 76; Section Quiz, p. 74; Biography, p. 31; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp. 23, 24 TECH: Note Taking Transparency 56; Progress Monitoring Transparency 8; Color Transparency 24; World History Audio CD, The One God of Judaism 2

4 SMR.1.WH.2 Examine the key concepts and historical significance of three major Eastern philosophies: Confucianism SE: pp , 100, , 107, 108, 111, 381 Section Quiz, pp. 44, 45; Outline Map, p. 54; Geography Quiz, p. 55; Link to Literature, p. 50; Viewpoint, p. 51; Traveler s Tales, p. 52; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp TECH: Note Taking Transparencies 60, 61; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 12, 13; Color Transparencies 17, 18; World History Audio CD, The Rewards of Devotion; A New Age in China; Witness History Video, Discovering Ancient Shang China Daoism SE: pp. 98, Section Quiz, pp. 44, 45 Legalism SE: pp Section Quiz, p. 45 TECH: World History Audio CD, A New Age in China SMR.1.WH.3 Explain the contributions of Greek philosophers to Western thought using primary and secondary sources: Socrates Socratic method SE: p. 131 Plato The Republic SE: pp. 131, 147 Aristotle SE: pp , 136, 147 TECH: World History Audio CD, Aristotle Meditates on Thought SMR.1.WH.4 Analyze key elements of the Renaissance: Humanism SE: pp. 411, 412, revival of interest in ancient Greece and SE: pp Rome 3

5 changing artistic styles (e.g., music, architecture, literature) SE: pp , 417, , 422 Outline Map, p. 14; Geography Quiz, p. 15; Section Quiz, pp. 2, 3; Biography, pp. 9, 12; Link to Literature, p. 11; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp TECH: Note Taking Transparencies 101, 102; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 53, 54; Color Transparencies 76, 77, 79, 80, 81; World History Audio CD, An Artist Becomes a Biographer; Giorgio Vasari; An Expanding World; Witness History Video, Machiavelli s The Prince SMR.1.WH.5 Describe the role of the printing press in the spread of ideas: availability of books SE: pp. 418, 441, 443 increased literacy SE: pp. 418, 441, 443 Reformation SE: pp. 418, 425, 441, 443 SMR.1.WH.6 Explain notable contributions SE: pp , 439, made by individuals during the Scientific Revolution (e.g., Copernicus, Newton, Galileo, Bacon) Section Quiz, p. 6; Viewpoint, p. 10; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp. 127, 128 TECH: Note Taking Transparency 105; Progress Monitoring Transparency 57; World History Audio CD, Mountains on the Moon SMR.1.WH.7 Explain notable contributions made by individuals during the Enlightenment (e.g., Locke, Voltaire, Rousseau, Montesquieu) SE: pp. 543, , 549, , ,

6 TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Unit 4, Section Quiz, pp. 2 4; Biography, p. 7; Viewpoint, pp. 10, 11; Link to Literature, p. 9; Primary Source, p. 8; Outline Map, pp. 12, 15; Geography Quiz, p. 14; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp TECH: Note Taking Transparencies 120, 121A, 121B, 122; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 72 74; Color Transparencies , 106; World History Audio CD, Rousseau Stirs Things Up; Mozart, the Musical Genius; Witness History Video, The Enlightenment and the American Revolution Strand: Social Movements and Reforms Content Standard 2: Students shall analyze societal changes resulting from movements and reforms. SMR.2.WH.1 Explain the characteristics of a civilization: calendar SE: pp. 15, 34, 55, 99, 190, 194 writing SE: pp. 20, 21 22, 33, 34, 43, 54 55, 100 Section Quiz, pp. 20, 23 TECH: Color Transparencies 3, 6, 7 specialization of workers SE: pp. 20, 32, 70 rise of cities SE: pp , 24, 25, 31, 70 Outline Map, p. 12; Geography Quiz, p. 13; Section Quiz, p. 4; Biography, p. 10; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp. 13, 14 TECH: Note Taking Transparency 51; Progress Monitoring Transparency 3; Color Transparencies 3, 6; World History Audio CD, The Daily Grind Begins 5

7 advanced technology SE: pp. 21, 25, 30 31, 38, 39, 99, 106, 162, development of complex institutions SE: pp , 32, 37 SMR.2.WH.2 Investigate the changing roles of women using primary and secondary sources SE: pp. 32, 37, 54, 89, 121, 122, 153, 263, 308, , 547 SMR.2.WH.3 Examine the spread of the major religions using historical maps: Buddhism SE: p. 81 TECH: Go Online for activities, web code: nap Christianity SE: pp. 169, 226 TECH: Go Online for activities, web codes: nap-0641, nap-0731 Hinduism TECH: Color Transparency 15 Islam SE: p. 315 TECH: Go Online for activities, web code: nap Judaism SE: p. 295 SMR.2.WH.4 Research the effects of the Black Death on Medieval and early Renaissance society (e.g., population, economics, religion) SE: pp , 273, , 277, TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Unit 2, Section Quiz, p. 25 TECH: World History Audio CD, The Black Death Approaches; Witness History Video, The Black Death SMR.2.WH.5 Evaluate the effect of the Renaissance on subsequent events in Europe: Reformation SE: pp , , Section Quiz, pp. 4, 5; Biography, p. 12; Primary Source, p. 13; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp

8 TECH: Note Taking Transparencies 103, 104; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 55, 56; Color Transparency 78; World History Audio CD, A Monk Rebels; A King Speaks Out exploration SE: pp. 445, , 469 Outline Map, p. 34; Section Quiz, p. 22; Primary Source, p. 28; Biography, p. 30 TECH: Note Taking Transparency 106; Progress Monitoring Transparency 58; Color Transparencies 82, 88; World History Audio CD, The Search Is On Enlightenment SE: pp. 543, , 549, , TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Unit 4, Section Quiz, pp. 2, 3; Biography, p. 7; Viewpoint, p. 10; Link to Literature, p. 9; Primary Source, p. 8; Outline Map, p. 12; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp TECH: Note Taking Transparencies 120, 121A, 121B; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 72, 73; Color Transparencies 101, 102; World History Audio CD, Rousseau Stirs Things Up; Mozart, the Musical Genius; Rococo Reaction; Opera Scientific Revolution SE: pp , 439, Section Quiz, p. 6; Viewpoint, p. 10, Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp. 127, 128 TECH: Note Taking Transparency 105; Progress Monitoring Transparency 57; World History Audio CD, Mountains and the Moon 7

9 Strand: Conflict and Compromise Content Standard 3: Students shall analyze the causes of conflict in the world. CC.3.WH.1 Explain the causes of the fall of SE: pp , , the Roman Empire (e.g., economic, political, military) Section Quiz, p. 66; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp. 56, 57 TECH: Note Taking Transparency 71; Progress Monitoring Transparency 23; Color Transparency 30; World History Audio CD, The Exhausted Empire CC.3.WH.2 Investigate the causes of the Crusades (e.g., religious, economic, military, political) SE: pp TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Unit 2, Outline Map, p. 33; Section Quiz, p. 23; Primary Source, p. 29; Biography, p. 30; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp. 76, 77 TECH: Note Taking Transparency 81; Progress Monitoring Transparency 33; Color Transparency 47; World History Audio CD, Crusaders Capture Jerusalem; Saladin CC.3.WH.3 Compare and contrast the Reformation and the Counter-Reformation (e.g., religious, economic, political) SE: pp , Section Quiz, pp. 4, 5; Biography, p. 12; Primary Source, p. 13; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp

10 TECH: Note Taking Transparencies 103, 104; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 55, 56; Color Transparency 78; World History Audio CD, A Monk Rebels; A King Speaks Out CC.3.WH.4 Analyze the causes of the 18th and 19th century revolutions (e.g., liberalism, nationalism, imperialism ) CC.3.WH.5 Analyze the causes of World War I (e.g., alliances, imperialism, nationalism, militarism ) CC.3.WH.6 Analyze the causes of World War II (e.g., Treaty of Versailles, the Great Depression, rise of dictators) CC.3.WH.7 Research the causes of the Cold War using available technology (e.g., ideological differences between the United States and the U.S.S.R.) CC.3.WH.8 Analyze the role extremist groups have played in creating world instability SE: pp , 596, 603, 633, , , 644, , 651, TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Unit 4, Section Quiz, pp. 21, 60 62; Link to Literature, pp. 29, 66; Traveler s Tales, p. 65; Outline Map, pp. 70, 71; Primary Source, pp. 67, 69; Geography Quiz, p. 72; Biography, p. 68; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp TECH: Note Taking Transparencies 123, 131A, 131B, 132, 133; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 75, 83 85; Color Transparencies 110, ; World History Audio CD, Inciting Revolution; A Revolutionary Seed; More Revolution in the Wind; A Revolutionary is Born; Witness History Video, Les Miserables: Revolutionary France 9

11 CC.4.WH.1 Analyze the effect of the Punic Wars on transforming Rome from Republic to Empire CC.4.WH.2 Investigate the effects of the collapse of the Roman Empire on civilization (e.g., barbarian invasions, changing structure of the church, the Byzantine Empire) Strand: Conflict and Compromise Content Standard 4: Students shall analyze the effect of conflict and subsequent resolution in the world. SE: pp Section Quiz, p. 84; Biography, p. 90; Primary Source, p. 91; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp. 50, 51 TECH: Note Taking Transparency 68; Progress Monitoring Transparency 20; Color Transparencies 26, 27; World History Audio CD, A Plea for Reform; Witness History Video, Rome: The Rise of Empire SE: pp. 213, , , , , , TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Unit 2, Outline Map, p. 13; Geography Quiz, p. 14; Section Quiz, pp. 2 5, 42; Primary Source, pp. 8, 11, 12, 48, 49; Link to Literature, p. 9; Viewpoint, pp. 10, 47; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp. 64, 65, 82, 83 TECH: Note Taking Transparencies 75A, 75B, 76 78; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 27 30; Color Transparencies 39 44; World History Audio CD, A King Converts to Christianity; Being Knighted on the Battlefield; On Pilgrimage; An Educated Woman; A Sovereign City; Witness History Video, The Rise of Feudalism; The Byzantine Empire 10

12 CC.4.WH.3 Explain the consequences of the Crusades (e.g., decline in feudalism, increase in trade, shifting political power) SE: pp CC.4.WH.4 Analyze the effect of revolution on the creation of independent nation-states (e.g., American Revolution, French Revolution, unification of Germany, unification of Italy, and Latin American independence movements) TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Unit 2, Section Quiz, p. 23; Primary Source, p. 29 TECH: Color Transparency 47 SE: pp , 590, , , , 651, TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Unit 4, Section Quiz, pp ; Traveler s Tales, p. 65; Link to Literature, p. 66; Primary Source, pp. 67, 69; Outline Map, pp. 70, 71; Geography Quiz, p. 72; Biography, p. 68 TECH: Note Taking Transparencies 131A, 131B, 132, 133; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 83 85; Color Transparencies ; World History Audio CD, A Revolutionary Seed; More Revolution in the Wind; A Revolutionary is Born; Witness History Video, Revolutionary France: Les Miserables CC.4.WH.5 Summarize the consequences of the Napoleonic Wars (e.g., the Louisiana Purchase, the Congress of Vienna) SE: pp , 634 TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Unit 4, Section Quiz, p. 24 TECH: Color Transparency 112; Go online for activities, web code: nap-1842 CC.4.WH.6 Summarize the consequences of the Russian Revolution (e.g., Russian Civil War, withdrawal from World War I, end of Czarist rule) 11

13 changing national boundaries advances in military technology deterioration of Germany the League of Nations CC.4.WH.8 Examine the outcomes of World War II: creation of United Nations North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) SE: 661 advances in technology creation of satellite nations Cold War CC.4.WH.9 Investigate the world-wide effect SE: pp. 660 of genocide in the 20th and 21st centuries using available technology (e.g., Armenia, Holocaust, Cambodia, Bosnia, Rwanda, Kosovo, Sudan) CC.4.WH.10 Investigate the effects of the Cold War on the post-world War II era (e.g., emerging superpowers, containment policies, space race, arms race) CC.4.WH.11 Discuss the post-cold War era (e.g., Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty, glasnost, perestroika, fall of Berlin Wall) CC.4.WH.12 Investigate the consequences of the Arab - Israeli conflicts from 1948 to the present CC.4.WH.13 Analyze the responses to imperialism by people under colonial rule at the end of the 19th century (e.g., Boxer Rebellion, Sepoy Rebellion, Opium Wars, Zulu Wars) MS.5.WH.1 Examine the effects of the Neolithic revolution on society (e.g., domestication of plants and animals, increased population, changing technologies) CC.4.WH.7 Examine the consequences of World War I and the Treaty of Versailles: Strand: Migration and Settlement Content Standard 5: Students shall analyze the reasons for and consequences of migration. SE: pp

14 MS.5.WH.2 Describe the causes of mass migration (e.g., famine, disease, war, religious persecution, ethnic cleansing) TECH: Witness History Video, Secrets of the Iceman SE: pp. 10, 60, 72, 186, 260, 341, 342, 345, 363, 484, , 629 Section Quiz, p. 45; Biography, p. 53 TECH: Color Transparency 64; Go online for activities, web code: nap-1111; World History Audio CD, Forced Into Slavery; Witness History Video, The Atlantic Slave Trade MS.5.WH.3 Describe the effects of mass migrations on civilization (e.g., Bantu, Great Trek, Irish, Vietnamese) SE: pp. 10, 60, 72, 186, 260, 341, 342, 345, 363, 484, , 629 MS.5.WH.4 Discuss the spread of forced labor (e.g., slavery in ancient civilizations, American Indians, Africa) Strand: Migration and Settlement MS.6.WH.1 Illustrate the movement of people over time to different locations using historical maps Section Quiz, p. 45; Biography, p. 53 TECH: Color Transparency 64; Go online for activities, web code: nap-1111; World History Audio CD, Forced Into Slavery; Witness History Video, The Atlantic Slave Trade SE: pp. 20, 120, 122, 378, 476, 478, Section Quiz, p. 45; Biography, p. 53 TECH: World History Audio CD, Forced Into Slavery; Witness History Video, The Atlantic Slave Trade Content Standard 6: Students shall analyze the interactions of peoples, cultures, and ideas. SE: pp. 10, 41, 105, 187, 217, 342, 345, 489 TECH: Go online for activities, web codes: nap-0221, nap-0611, nap-0712, nap

15 MS.6.WH.2 Investigate the cultures that developed in the Americas prior to European exploration (e.g., Maya, Inca, Aztec, and North American Indian tribes) SE: pp. 185, , , , Outline Map, pp. 114, 115, 116; Section Quiz, pp ; Primary Source, p. 109; Link to Literature, p. 111; Biography, pp. 110, 113; Viewpoint, p. 112; Geography Quiz, p. 117; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp TECH: Note Taking Transparencies 72A, 72B, 73, 74; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 24 26; Color Transparencies 33 38; World History Audio CD, Impressive Inca Roads; Elite Warriors Uphold an Empire; Birth of Diverse Cultures; Witness History Video, The Mummies of Peru MS.6.WH.3 Describe the contributions of early African civilizations (e.g., Ghana, Mali, Songhai) SE: pp. 339, , , MS.6.WH.4 Describe the contributions of early Asian civilizations (e.g., Zhou, Qin, Han, Indo-European) TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Unit 2, Outline Map, p. 93; Geography Quiz, p. 94; Section Quiz, pp. 83, 84; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp TECH: Note Taking Transparencies 93, 94; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 45, 46; Color Transparencies 66, 67; World History Audio CD, The Value of Salt; Divine Intervention; Witness History Video, Zimbabwe: Lost City of Africa SE: pp , 75, 76 82, 84 90, 91, , ,

16 MS.6.WH.5 Compare and contrast the consequences of the Mongol invasion on India, China, and Russia Outline Map, p. 43; Section Quiz, pp ; Link to Literature, pp. 48, 50; Biography, p. 49; Viewpoint, p. 51; Traveler s Tales, p. 52; Geography Quiz, p. 55, Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp TECH: Note Taking Transparencies 57 61; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 9 13; Color Transparencies 13 18; World History Audio CD, Forgotten Civilization Discovered; River Water Brings Salvation; Behavior Fit for a King; Khushwant Singh; The Rewards of Devotion; A New Age in China; Witness History Video, Asoka s Elephant Warriors; Discovering Ancient Shang China SE: pp. 291, , TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Unit 2, Outline Map, p. 74; Geography Quiz, p. 75; Section Quiz, pp. 64, 102; Primary Source, p. 71; Biography, p. 109; Traveler s Tales, p. 108 TECH: World History Audio CD, Warriors on Horseback; Color Transparency 72 Strand: Economics and Trade Content Standard 7: Students shall analyze global interactions created through trade. ET.7.WH.1 Investigate the significance of the Silk Road using historical maps ET.7.WH.2 Research the motivations which drove European exploration (e.g., mercantilism, colonialism, religion) SE: p. 105 SE: pp ,

17 ET.7.WH.3 Analyze the contributions of explorers (e.g., Magellan, Columbus, De Gama, Drake, Zheng He) Outline Map, p. 34; Section Quiz, p. 22; Primary Source, p. 28; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp. 129, 130 TECH: Note Taking Transparency 106; Progress Monitoring Transparency 58; Color Transparencies 82, 88; World History Audio CD, The Search Is On SE: pp , Outline Map, p. 34; Section Quiz, p. 22; Primary Source, p. 28; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp. 129, 130 TECH: Note Taking Transparency 106; Progress Monitoring Transparency 58; Color Transparencies 82, 88; World History Audio CD, The Search Is On ET.7.WH.4 Analyze the results of slave labor on economic systems SE: pp. 490, Section Quiz, p. 46 TECH: World History Audio CD, Uniting the World ET.7.WH.5 Describe the four factors of production necessary to foster an industrial revolution: natural resources SE: pp. 611, 612, 613 TECH: Go online for activities, web code: nap human resources SE: pp. 610, capital resources SE: pp. 611,

18 entrepreneurship SE: p. 613 ET.7.WH.6 Investigate the role 19th century imperialism played in creating spheres of influence and colonization (e.g., partition of Africa, East Asia, India, Latin America) ET.7.WH.7 Compare and contrast the economic elements of capitalism, socialism, and communism SE: pp Strand: Economics and Trade Content Standard 8: Students shall analyze specialization and interdependence in the world. ET.8.WH.1 Analyze the development of mass production methods during the late 19th and early 20th centuries: division of labor assembly line interchangeable parts ET.8.WH.2 Summarize the Marxist theory of social and political reform (e.g., proletariat, bourgeoisie) SE: pp TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Unit 4, Section Quiz, p. 44; Viewpoint, p. 50 TECH: World History Audio CD, The Struggle of the Working Class ET.8.WH.3 Describe economic interdependence of nations [e.g., North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), World Trade Organization (WTO), General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs (GATT), European Economic Union (EEU), Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)] SE: pp. 661, TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Unit 7, Section Quiz, p. 83 TECH: World History Audio CD, A Connected World 17

19 PG.9.WH.1 Summarize the development of political structures in the cradles of civilization (e.g., Nile River Valley, Indus River Valley, Mesopotamia, China, and South America) Strand: Politics and Government Content Standard 9: Students shall analyze the different theories of government throughout history. SE: pp. 32, 36 37, 41, 45 46, 84 85, 94 95, , , 193, 197 TECH: Color Transparency 8; Note Taking Transparency 53; World History Audio CD, Establishing the Law; Behavior Fit for a King PG.9.WH.2 Compare and contrast the political theories found in the Greek city-states of Sparta and Athens SE: pp , Mandate of Heaven SE: pp divine right SE: pp. 506, 511 absolutism SE: pp. 553, 698 Viewpoint, p. 71; Section Quiz, p. 64 TECH: Note Taking Transparency 64 PG.9.WH.3 Summarize political power resulting from the following: PG.9.WH.4 Investigate the origin and development of the imperial state: Africa SE: pp Asia SE: pp Europe SE: pp Middle East SE: pp PG.9.WH.5 Compare and contrast the political SE: pp , structure of European and Japanese feudalism TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Unit 2, Section Quiz, pp. 3, 104; Viewpoint, p. 111; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp. 66, 67 18

20 PG.9.WH.6 Describe the political ideologies of the 18th and 19th century revolutions using primary and secondary documents (e.g., American, French, and Latin American revolutions) TECH: Note Taking Transparency 76; Progress Monitoring Transparency 28; Color Transparency 41; World History Audio CD, Being Knighted on the Battlefield; The Importance of Harmony; Witness History Video, The Rise of Feudalism; The Samuri of Japan SE: pp , , 560, 563, 564, , 584, 596, 603, 633, , , 644, , 651, TR: All-In-One Teaching Resources, Unit 4, Section Quiz, pp. 21, 60 62; Link to Literature, pp. 29, 66; Traveler s Tales, p. 65; Outline Map, pp. 70, 71; Primary Source, pp. 67, 69; Geography Quiz, p. 72; Biography, p. 68; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, Adapted Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, and Spanish Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, pp PG.9.WH.7 Discuss theocracy (e.g., John Calvin, Puritans, Islam) PG.9.WH.8 Examine the political theories of socialism, communism, and fascism Strand: Politics and Government PG.10.WH.1 Investigate historical law codes using primary and secondary documents (e.g., Hammurabi, Justinian, Magna Carta, Napoleonic) TECH: Note Taking Transparencies 123, 131A, 131B, 132, 133; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 75, 83 85; Color Transparencies 110, ; World History Audio CD, Inciting Revolution; A Revolutionary Seed; More Revolution in the Wind; A Revolutionary is Born; Witness History Video, Les Miserables: Revolutionary France SE: pp. 427 SE: pp Content Standard 10: Students shall analyze the structure and purpose of political organizations and alliances. SE: pp , , 283, 285,

21 TECH: Color Transparency 8; World History Audio CD, Roger of Wendover PG.10.WH.2 Research the formation of alliances in World War I and World War II using available technology (e.g., Triple Alliance, Triple Entente, Axis and Allies) PG.10.WH.3 Analyze the structure and purpose of the United Nations PG.10.WH.4 Analyze the purpose of post- World War II military alliances [e.g., North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO), Warsaw Pact] SE: p

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