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Course Title: World History B
Highly Qualified Teacher: Nate Ziegler
Advisor: Chris Burke, Matt Goebel, Josh Hansen, Molly Johnson, Karen MacDonald, Eric Magi,
Chris McCallum, Amanda St. Pierre, Nathan Ziegler
Dates of Class: 8/31/2015-6/15/2016
Credits: 0.50 per semester
Certificated Contact Method: In-person instructional contact
Class Description: In World History second semester students will study the time period of
1870-1945. The guiding theme of this semester is “consequences of International Conflict.”
Students will analyze the multiple causal factors of conflicts in World History from a nonAmerican perspective, as well as make comparisons between historic and current events in world
history. Multiple social-science perspectives will be applied to the study of this era. These
perspectives include: geographic, political, economic, cultural, sociological, and psychological. In
the last part of the class students will study the time period of 1945 – present. Students will
analyze how an understanding of history can help us prevent problems today. They will explore
the themes of globalization and sustainability from a more thematic approach.
Learning Materials:
 District adopted Textbook - World History: Human Journey - Modern World, Holt,
Rinehart,
Winston, 2003
 District adopted secondary social studies curriculum guide.
 Computer & Internet
Learning Goals:
Civics
 1.3.1 Analyzes the relationships and tensions between national interests and international
relationship issues in the world past or present
Economics
 2.2.1 Understands and analyzes how planned an market economics shape the production,
distribution, and consumption of goods, services, and resources.
 2.2.2 Analyzes how and why countries specialize in the production of particular goods and
services.
 2.3.1 Analyzes the cost and benefits of government trade policies.
 2.4.1 Analyzes and evaluates how people across the world have addressed issues
involved with the distribution of resources and sustainability.
Geography
 3.2.1 Analyzes and evaluates human interaction with the environment across the world in
the past
 3.2.2 Understands and analyzes examples of ethnocentrism.
History
 4.2.2 Analyzes
 4.2.3 Analyzes
 4.3.2 Analyzes
 4.4.1 Analyzes
today
 4.3.1 Analyzes
how cultures and cultural groups have shaped world history
and evaluates how technology and ideas have shaped world history
multiple causal factors of conflicts in world history
how an understanding of world history can help us prevent problems
and interprets historical materials from a variety of perspectives
Social Study Skills
 5.1.1 Analyzes consequences of positions on an issue or event
 5.2.2 Evaluates the validity, reliability and credibility of sources when researching an
issue or
 5.4.1 Evaluates multiple reasons or factors to develop a position paper or presentation
 5.3.1 Evaluates one’s own viewpoint and the viewpoints of others in the context of a
discussion.
Reading:
By the end of grade 10, read and comprehend history/social texts in the grades 9-10 text
complexity band independently and proficiently.
Performance Objectives:
Unit 3: Global Conflicts: Causes and Consequences.
Students will study the time period of 1870-1945. The guiding theme of this unit is
“consequences of International Conflict.” Students will analyze the multiple causal factors of
conflicts in World History from a non-American perspective, as well as make comparisons
between historic and current events in world history. Multiple social-science perspectives will be
applied to the study of era. These perspectives include: geographic, political, economic, cultural,
sociological, and psychological.
The CBA is the “Causes of Conflict”. In a cohesive paper of presentation, students will research a
conflict and analyze its causes from different social science perspectives (geographic, political,
economic, cultural, sociological, and psychological). Students will also state a position on why a
factor (or factors) played a primary role in causing the conflict. Finally, students will find
similarities between this conflict and current conflicts of today.
Unit 4: Past, Present, and Future: Global Conflicts & Resolutions
Students will study the time periods of 1945 to present. Students will analyze how an
understanding of history can help us prevent problems today. They will explore the themes of
globalization and sustainability from a more thematic approach. Students will also focus on
research, reading, and presentation strategies. Students will also apply the skill of compare and
contrast and will evaluate problems and propose solutions.
Learning Activities:
Unit 3 Global Conflicts
Causes of Conflict CBA
#9 Weeks
 Research a major conflict and take a position on what factors played a primary role in the
conflict.
 Research to find support for your position.
 Create a multi-paragraph essay that includes at least two of the following cases:

o Geographic
o Political
o Economic
o Church
o Sociological
o Psychological
Cite credible sources
Unit 4 Global Conflicts and Resolutions
#9 Weeks
 Compare and contrast a past problem / event with one today.
 Create a presentation that compares and contrasts a past issue with one today.
 Within your presentation, include how studying the past can inform us about future
events.
 Deliver presentation according to performance rubric specifications
Progress Criteria/Methods of Evaluation:
Successful completion will be indicated by successful mastery of assignments within the above
projects
CEDARS Codes: 04051 World History –Overview 04051 (9-12)
District Code: 2204A