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World History
Unit 1 includes the following state objectives:
Domestic Affairs
1. Understand different political systems in the Modern Western World and their
impact on the respective societies that adopted them.
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 to their rise and fall. (DOK 4)
Culture
8. Understand the cultural trends, religious ideologies and artistic expressions of
various world cultures through time and place.
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)
Date: Tuesday, August 19, 2014
A Day Block
Unit/Chapter: Unit 1: The Renaissance and Reformation, 1300-1650.
Chapter 1: Section 1 and 2
Objectives: What was the Renaissance? What themes and techniques did
Renaissance artists and writers explore?
Materials:
 Chapter 1 Section 1-2 Students Notes Handout
 Chapter 1 Section 1-2 Powerpoint
 The Prince Reading and Notes Handout
Bell Ringer:
 What is one interesting thing that you know about the Renaissance period in
World History? If you don’t know anything about this period, what do you think
the word “renaissance” means?
Class work/activities:
 Pass out student notes
 Chapter 1 Section 1-2 Powerpoint and Notes
 “History Through Literature: The Prince” Reading and Questions
 Chapter 1 Section 1 Assessment-pg. 54 and Chapter 1 Section 2 Assessmentpg. 59 if needed
Homework:
 Finish Chapter 1 Section 1 and 2 Assessment if needed
Unit/Chapter: Unit 1: The Renaissance and Reformation, 1300-1650.
Chapter 1: Section 3-4
Objectives: What was the Protestant Reformation? How did it change history?
Materials:
 Chapter 1 Section 3-4 Student Notes Handout
 Chapter 1 Section 3-4 Powerpoint
 Worship Service Scenario Handout
 Primary Document Activity-Excerpts from Luther’s 95 Theses
Bell Ringer:
 What two things do you know about the Protestant Reformation?
Class work/activities:
 Begin with Worship Service Scenario Handout
o Discussion of the worship service scenario
 Chapter 1 Section 3-4 Powerpoint and Notes
 Luther’s 95 Theses Primary Source Activity
Homework:
 Luther’s 95 Theses Primary Source Activity
Date: Thursday, August 21, 2014
Unit/Chapter: Unit 1: The Age of Absolutism (1550-1800)
Chapter 4 Section 2: France
Objectives: What is an absolute monarchy?
Materials:
 Chapter 4 Section 2 (France) Students Notes Handout
 Chapter 4 Section 2 Powerpoint and Notes
Bell Ringer:
 What is an absolute monarchy?
Class work/activities:
 Chapter 4 Section 2 Powerpoint and Notes
 Chapter 4 Section 2 Assessment pg. 152
 Thinking Critically on pg. 153 if needed
Homework:
 None
Unit/Chapter: Unit 1: The Age of Absolutism (1550-1800)
Chapter 4 Section 3: England
Objectives:
 Understand how the English Civil War and the development of the
Commonwealth led to the Glorious Revolution.

Explain the development of English constitutional government
Materials:
 Chapter 4 Section 3 (England) Student Notes Handout
 Chapter 4 Section 3 Powerpoint
 English Bill of Rights Activity Handout (Maybe on Canvas)
Bell Ringer:
 What king was known as the Sun King?
Class work/activities:
 Chapter 4 Section 3 Powerpoint and Notes on England
 English Bill of Rights Activity
 Chapter 4 Section 3 Assessment-pg. 161 if needed
Homework:
 Chapter 4 Section 3 Assessment-pg. 161 if needed
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