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World History
Blue Springs South High School
Instructor – Mr. Ryan Unruh
Email Address – runruh@bssd.net
School Phone – 224-1315
Plan Hour –7th Hour (1:25 – 2:15)
Rome Number - #1016
Course Purpose – To survey the broad history of the civilizations of our world from
beginning of history: past, present, and future, as well as form opinions and gain
knowledgeable facts of all civilizations studied.
Objectives – At the completion of this course, students should be able to:
 Understand the major themes of world history.
 Think critically about how past events shape the present.
 Understand the relationship of the individual to society.
 Interpret maps, charts, graphs, timelines, and photographs.
 Identify the foundations of societies (economic, political, and cultural).
Course Grades – grades in this course will be earned through a combination of
homework assignments, projects, quizzes, tests, etc. All assignments will receive the
same weight when determining course grades. Grades are based on total earned on all
course work. The grading scale follows district standards as outlined in your student
handbook.
Required materialsTextbook, “World History – Patterns of Interaction”, pencil/pen, paper, and a spiral
notebook designated for this class.
Expectations –
 Be on time.
 Come prepared for work
 Respect your classmates and teacher.
 All electronic devices off and away
 Follow all school and district guidelines as outlined in the student handbook.
Make-Up and Late Work –
Please make every attempt to be in class each day. If you are gone, you have a day for
each day you were gone to make up the work. You will have one week from the day of
the test to make up the test. It is your responsibility to get the assignments missed and
turn them in. No late work will be accepted.
Final Word –
I look forward to your participation in this class. You are an important part of the course
and your contribution is key to a good experience for yourself and others. Good luck in
the coming year and I truly hope you enjoy your time in my class.
World History
1 and 2nd Semester Schedule
1st
Dates
8/19 – 8/28
8/31 – 9/11
9/14 – 9/25
9/28 – 10/9
10/12 – 10/23
10/26 – 11/13
11/16 – 12/11
12/14 – 12/16
12/17 – 12/18
12/19
12/21 – 1/5
Chapters
Classical Greece (5)
Ancient Rome (6)
Middle Ages (13 & 14)
Renaissance (17)
Atlantic World (20)
Enlightenment (22)
French Revolution
Final Exam Review
Final Exams
End of Semester
Christmas Break
Pages
120 – 146
152-182
350-400
468-501
550-578
620-643
648-672
Standards
1,2,3,5,7
1,2,3,5,7
2,3,4,5,6
1,2,3,4,6
2,3,4,5,7
2,4,6
2,3,4,5,6
1/5 – 1/15
1/18 – 1/29
2/1 – 2/26
3/1 – 3/19
3/8 – 3/12
3/22 – 4/16
4/19 –5/7
5/10 -5/14
5/17 – 5/19
5/20 – 5/25
Industrial Revolution (25)
Age of Imperialism (27)
World War I (29)
Revolution & Nationalism
Spring Break
World War II (32)
Postwar World (33)
Struggle for Democracy (35)
Final Exams Review
Final Exams
714-741
770-796
838-858
864-887
2,3,4
2,3,4,5,6,7
2,3,4,5,6,7
2,3,4,6
922-954
962-988
1030-1064
2,3,4,5,6,7
2,3,6