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AP European History Curriculum Map 11-12
PLCS Connections
A/H Connections
Writing/Literacy Connections
Date
Aug. 912
Content
Class Introduction
Yearly Overview
Geography Skills,
Concepts, &
Terminology
Early Civilizations
Late Middle Ages
Core Content & Academic
Expectations Addressed
SS-HS-4.1.1- Using
geographic tools (DOK
3)
SS-HS- 4.2.2Advantages and
disadvantages for
human activities (DOK
2)
SS-HS-4.3.1- Push/Pull
Factors (DOK 3)
SS-HS-4.3.2Geography & economic
interdependence (DOK
2)
SS-HS-4.4.2Modification of
Environment (DOK 2)
SS-HS-5.1.1- Using
historical tools (DOK 3)
SS-HS-5.1.2- Cause &
Effect (DOK 3)
SS-HS-2.1.1- Culture as
a system (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.1- Conflict &
Competition (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.2Compromise &
Cooperation (DOK 2)
AE 2.14- Democratic
principles
AE 2.15- Describe &
analyze governments
AE 2.16- Analyze &
interpret human
Skills
Define & explain key terms
Explain and analyze the reasons
for the distribution of physical
and human features on Earth's
surface
Explain and evaluate how
physical and human
characteristics of regions create
advantages and disadvantages
for human activities
Describe movement and
settlement patterns of people in
various places and analyze
causes of that movement and
settlement
Explain, analyze & evaluate how
technology has facilitated the
movement of goods, services,
and populations; increased
economic interdependence at all
levels and influenced
development of centers of
economic activity
Explain how human
modifications to the physical
environment, perspectives on the
use of natural resources and
natural disasters may have
possible global effects in the
modern world
Analyze perceptions and
perspectives of people and
historical events in the modern
world
Activities/Assessments
Lecture/Discussion
Syllabus Homework
Create overview posters
Poster Presentations
Geography Discussion
Watch & Discuss “Plato’s
The Republic Video”
Guided Open Response
Question/Score a 4!
McKay Text Online
Activities
Chapter 12 Summer Work
Test
Key Terminology
Socratic Method
Socrates
Plato
Aristotle
Civil Disobedience
“Great Famine”
Black Death
Hundred Years’
War
Joan of Arc
Crecy
Agincourt
nd
2 Babylonian
Captivity
Conciliarists
Jacquerie
Aug. 1526
Renaissance
behaviors
AE 2.17- Multicultural
cooperation
AE 2.18- Economic
principles
AE 2.19- Apply
geographical knowledge
AE 2.20- Analyze &
interpret historical
events
Analyze how history is a series of
connected events shaped by
multiple cause and effect
relationships, tying past to
present
SS-HS-5.1.1- Using
historical tools (DOK 3)
SS-HS-5.1.2- Cause &
Effect (DOK 3)
SS-HS-2.1.1- Culture as
a system (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.1- Conflict &
Competition (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.2Compromise &
Cooperation (DOK 2)
SS-HS-5.3.1Renaissance (DOK 2)
AE 2.14- Democratic
principles
AE 2.15- Describe &
analyze governments
AE 2.16- Analyze &
interpret human
behaviors
AE 2.17- Multicultural
cooperation
Define & explain key terms
Analyze perceptions and
perspectives of people and
historical events in the modern
world
Analyze how history is a series of
connected events shaped by
multiple cause and effect
relationships, tying past to
present
Explain, interpret, analyze, and
evaluate how belief systems,
knowledge, technology, and
behavior patterns define cultures
and help to explain historical
perspectives and events in the
modern world
Explain reasons why conflict and
competition develop as cultures
emerge in the modern world
Explain, justify, analyze,
interpret, an evaluate how
Explain, interpret, analyze, and
evaluate how belief systems,
knowledge, technology, and
behavior patterns define cultures
and help to explain historical
perspectives and events in the
modern world
Explain reasons why conflict and
competition develop as cultures
emerge in the modern world
Explain, justify, analyze,
interpret, an evaluate how
compromise and cooperation are
characteristics that influence
social interaction in the modern
world
Chapter 13 Study Guide &
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch. 1
Sec 1 &2
McKay Text Online
Activities
Key Terms Handout
Renaissance: New
Directions Activity
Rise of National Monarchs
Activity
States of Italy During the
Renaissance Map Activity
“Perfect Courtier” Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
“Oration on the Dignity of
Man” Primary Source
Reading & Discussion
“Praise of Folly” Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Renaissance
Dante & The
Divine Comedy
vernacular
Louis XI
War of the Roses
Fuggers
Bourgeoisie
Charters
Guilds
Lorenzo the
Magnificent
Quintilian
Humanism
Petrarch
Secularism
Printing press
Johann Gutenberg
Signori
Oligarchies
Individualism
Aug. 29Sept. 9
Reformation
Religious Wars
Exploration
AE 2.18- Economic
principles
AE 2.19- Apply
geographical knowledge
AE 2.20- Analyze &
interpret historical
events
compromise and cooperation are
characteristics that influence
social interaction in the modern
world
SS-HS-5.1.1- Using
historical tools (DOK 3)
SS-HS-5.1.2- Cause &
Effect (DOK 3)
SS-HS-2.1.1- Culture as
a system (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.1- Conflict &
Competition (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.2Compromise &
Cooperation (DOK 2)
SS-HS-5.3.1Reformation (DOK 2)
SS-HS-5.3.2Exploration (DOK 2)
SS-HS-3.1.1- Scarcity
(DOK 2)
SS-HS-3.2.1- Economic
Systems (DOK 2)
Define & explain key terms
Analyze perceptions and
perspectives of people and
historical events in the modern
world
Analyze how history is a series of
connected events shaped by
multiple cause and effect
relationships, tying past to
present
Explain, interpret, analyze, and
evaluate how belief systems,
knowledge, technology, and
behavior patterns define cultures
and help to explain historical
perspectives and events in the
modern world
Explain reasons why conflict and
competition develop as cultures
emerge in the modern world
Explain, analyze, and evaluate
how humans began to rediscover
the ideas of the Classical Age
and to question their place in the
universe
Lives & Activities of Women
Handout & Discussion
“Utopia” Primary Source
Reading & Discussion
The Renaissance:
Challenging Traditional
Periodization Reading &
Discussion
Vendetta as Private Justice
Reading & Discussion
Lecture/Discussion
History Alive Artwork
Analysis Activity
History Alive Tour of
Florence Activity or
Renaissance Project
Watch & Discuss
“Machiavelli’s The Prince
Video”
Watch & Discuss “All About
the Renaissance Parts 1 &
2 Videos”
Open Response Question
Renaissance Assessment
Humanism
Secularism
Michelangelo
Castiglione & The
Courtier
Watch & Discuss
“Reformation: Just the
Facts” Video” or “Protestant
Reformation Video
McKay Text Online
Activities
History Alive Indulgence
Activity
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch. 1
Sec. 3 & 4
Modern World History Study
Guide Ch 3 & 4 Sec.1
Chapter 14 Study Guide &
Key Terms
“Luther: Giant of His Time &
Ours” Reading & Discussion
95 Theses Analysis
Luther: Reformer or
Reformation
Thomas à Kempis
& The Imitation of
Christ
John Wycliff
Jan Huss
Mysticism
Girolamo
Savonrola
Martin Luther
95 Theses
Indulgence
Pope Leo X
Johann Tetzel
Charles V
Diet of Worms
Edict of Worms
Protestant
Sola scriptura
Machiavelli & The
Prince
Christian
humanists
Thomas More &
Utopia
Erasmus & In the
Praise of Folly
SS-HS-3.2.3- Free
Enterprise System (DOK
2)
SS-HS-3.4.2- Increasing
Productivity (DOK 2)
SS-HS-3.4.3- Economic
Interdependence (DOK
2)
AE 2.14- Democratic
principles
AE 2.15- Describe &
analyze governments
AE 2.16- Analyze &
interpret human
behaviors
AE 2.17- Multicultural
cooperation
AE 2.18- Economic
principles
AE 2.19- Apply
geographical knowledge
AE 2.20- Analyze &
interpret historical
events
Explain, justify, analyze,
interpret, an evaluate how
compromise and cooperation are
characteristics that influence
social interaction in the modern
world
Explain, analyze, and evaluate
how humans began to rediscover
the ideas of the Classical Age
and to question their place in the
universe
Explain and give examples of
how new ideas and technologies
led to an Age of Exploration by
Europeans and analyze its
impact on the absolute
monarchies and caused
significant political, economic
and social changes
Give examples of and explain
how scarcity of resources
necessitates choices at both the
personal and societal levels in
the modern world
Compare and contrast economic
systems based on their abilities
to achieve broad social goals
such as freedom, efficiency,
equity, security, and growth in
the modern world
Explain how individuals attempt
to maximize their profits based
on their role in the economy
Describe and give examples of
how factors have increased
productivity in the world
Explain and give examples of
how interdependence of
personal, national, and
international economic activities
often results in international
issues and concerns in the
modern world
Catholic Discussion
Two Interpretations of the
Reformation Reading &
Discussion
Calvin’s TULIP Discussion
“Who in the World was John
Calvin?” Reading &
Discussion
John Calvin Handout
Reading & Discussion
Trial of Anne Boleyn
Reading & Discussion
“Address to the German
Nobility” Primary Source
Reading & Discussion
Teresa of Avila Handout
Reading & Discussion
Protestant Revolt: A Move
Towards the Unknown
Activity
Peasants: The Other Side
of Civilization Activity
History Alive Reformation
Spoke Diagram Activity
Chapter 15 Study Guide &
Key Terms
Auto-de-Fe Reading &
Discussion
Thirty Years’ War: The
European World at War
Activity
Edict of Nantes Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Chapter 19 Study Guide
(pgs. 643-656 only)
Lecture/Discussion
Watch & Discuss “Age of
Exploration: Just the Facts
Video”
History Alive Sunken Ship
Activity
History Alive Monument to
Exploration Activity
Transubstantiation
Consubstantiation
Diet of Speyer
Peace of
Augsburg
Ulrich Zwingli
John Calvin
Anabaptists
Henry VIII
Act of Annates
Act of Appeals
Act of Supremacy
Elizabethan
Settlement
Act of Uniformity
St. Ignatius Loyola
& the Jesuits
Council of Trent
Index of Prohibited
Books
Treaty of CateauCambrésis
Concordat of
Bologna
Huguenots
St. Bartholomew’s
Day Massacre
Politiques
Henry IV & The
Edict of Nantes
Spanish Armada
Thirty Year’s War
Peace of
Westphalia
Henry the
Navigator
Bartholomew Diaz
Caravel
Compass
Astrolabe
Christopher
Columbus
Ferdinand
Magellan
Sept.
12-23
Absolute
Monarchies
SS-HS-5.1.1- Using
historical tools (DOK 3)
SS-HS-5.1.2- Cause &
Effect (DOK 3)
SS-HS-2.1.1- Culture as
a system (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.1- Conflict &
Competition (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.2Compromise &
Cooperation (DOK 2)
SS-HS-5.3.2- Absolute
Monarchies (DOK 2)
SS-HS-1.1.1- Types of
Government (DOK 3)
AE 2.14- Democratic
Define & explain key terms
Analyze perceptions and
perspectives of people and
historical events in the modern
world
Analyze how history is a series of
connected events shaped by
multiple cause and effect
relationships, tying past to
present
Explain, interpret, analyze, and
evaluate how belief systems,
knowledge, technology, and
behavior patterns define cultures
and help to explain historical
perspectives and events in the
modern world
Columbus Document
Reading & Discussion
Westward Ho! Geography
Application Handout
Atlantic Salve Trade Map
Activity
Exploration & Colonization
Map Activity
Exploration & Empires Map
Activity
Bartolome de las Casas
Primary Source Reading &
Discussion
Severity of Spanish Rule
Reading & Discussion
Commercial Revolution
Activity
Aristocracy Plays at War
Activity
Columbian Exchange Video
& Packet
Epidemic Disease Video &
Packet
Reformation & Religious
Wars Assessment
Age of Exploration Open
Response Question
Hernando Cortes
Francisco Pizzaro
John Cabot
Columbian
Exchange
Witchcraft
Skepticism
Essay & Michel de
Montaigne
William
Shakespeare
Baroque
Mercantilism
Navigation Acts
Atlantic Slave
Trade
Adam Smith &
Wealth of Nations
Lecture/Discussion
Chapter 16 Study Guide &
Key Terms
McKay Text Online
Activities
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch. 5
Sec. 1-5
Assessing Elizabeth I
Reading & Discussion
Elizabeth I Reading &
Discussion
Viewpoints of Elizabeth I
Reading & Discussion
th
17 Century French
Leaders Handout
Sovereignty
Henry IV
Cardinal Richelieu
Fronde
Louis XIV
Palace of
Versailles
Parlements
Supreme Council
Intendants
Jean-Baptiste
Colbert &
mercantilism
Revocation of the
Edict of Nantes
“Hapsburg Ring”
principles
AE 2.15- Describe &
analyze governments
AE 2.16- Analyze &
interpret human
behaviors
AE 2.17- Multicultural
cooperation
AE 2.18- Economic
principles
AE 2.19- Apply
geographical knowledge
AE 2.20- Analyze &
interpret historical
events
Explain reasons why conflict and
competition develop as cultures
emerge in the modern world
Explain, justify, analyze,
interpret, an evaluate how
compromise and cooperation are
characteristics that influence
social interaction in the modern
world
Compare and contrast various
forms of government in the world
and evaluate how effective they
have been in establishing order,
providing security, and
accomplishing common goals
Speech of a Queen Priamry
Source Reading &
Discussion
Two Views of Versailles
Primary Source Reading &
Discussion
Babington Plot Reading &
Discussion
Virginia Company Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
“Pilgrims and Puritans: The
Struggle for Religious
Freedom in England (15171692)” Video & Discussion
“Trials for Treason Act”
Primary Source Reading &
Discussion
Glorious Revolution Packet
Chapter 17 Study Guide &
Key Terms
“In Praise of Peter” Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
“Vienna: A Bustling City”
Primary Source Reading &
Discussion
Europe, 1560 Map Activity
Europe, 1648 Map Activity
Elbe-Triste Line Activity
Absolute Monarchs
WebQuest
Absolutism &
Constitutionalism
Assessment
War of Devolution
Treaty of Aix-laChapelle
Franco-Dutch War
Reunions
William of Orange
& League of
Augsburg
War of the League
of Augsburg
Treaty of Ryswick
War of Spanish
Succession
Treaty of Utrecht
Constitutionalism
James I & Trew
Law of Free
Monarchies
Puritans
Authorized Bible
Charles I
“Grand
Remonstrance”
Oliver Cromwell
New Model Army
Commonwealth
Instrument of
Government
Protectorate
Restoration
Charles II
Test Act
James II
Glorious
Revolution
William & Mary
Bill of Rights
Act of Toleration
Act of Succession
Cabinet System
Robert Walpole
Prime Minister
Hohenzollern
Family
Frederick William
Junkers
Pragmatic
Sanction
Treaty of Karlowitz
Peter the Great
Westernization
Holy Synod
Table of Ranks
Sept.
26Oct. 7
Scientific
Revolution
Enlightenment
SS-HS-5.1.1- Using
historical tools (DOK 3)
SS-HS-5.1.2- Cause &
Effect (DOK 3)
SS-HS-2.1.1- Culture as
a system (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.1- Conflict &
Competition (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.2Compromise &
Cooperation (DOK 2)
SS-HS-5.3.3- Age of
Revolutions (Scientific
Revolution &
Enlightenment, DOK 3)
SS-HS-1.1.1- Types of
Government (DOK 3)
SS-HS-1.2.1- “Common
Good” (DOK 3)
SS-HS-1.2.2- Limited
Government (DOK 3)
SS-HS-3.1.1- Scarcity
(DOK 2)
SS-HS-3.2.1- Economic
Systems (DOK 2)
SS-HS-3.3.1- Supply &
Demand (DOK 2)
AE 2.14- Democratic
principles
AE 2.15- Describe &
analyze governments
AE 2.16- Analyze &
interpret human
behaviors
Define & explain key terms
Analyze perceptions and
perspectives of people and
historical events in the modern
world
Analyze how history is a series of
connected events shaped by
multiple cause and effect
relationships, tying past to
present
Explain, interpret, analyze, and
evaluate how belief systems,
knowledge, technology, and
behavior patterns define cultures
and help to explain historical
perspectives and events in the
modern world
Explain reasons why conflict and
competition develop as cultures
emerge in the modern world
Explain, justify, analyze,
interpret, an evaluate how
compromise and cooperation are
characteristics that influence
social interaction in the modern
world
Analyze how an Age of
Revolution brought about
changes in science, thought,
government, and industry that
shaped the modern world and
evaluate the long range impact of
these changes on the modern
world
Compare and contrast various
Chapter 18 Study Guide &
Key Terms
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch. 6
Sec. 1-3
McKay Text Online
Activities
Lecture/Discussion
History Alive Scientific
Revolution Activity
The Scientific Revolution:
The Search for Meaning
Activity
Isaac Newton Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Trial of Galileo Reading &
Discussion
Dissecting the Human
Corpse Reading &
Discussion
History Alive Island
Government Activity
Encyclopedia Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Salon Handout
Voltaire Primary Source
Reading & Discussion
Tormenta Reading &
Discussion
Beccaria Primary Source
Reading & Discussion
Voltaire Lisbon Earthquake
Scientific
Revolution
Geo-centric
Helio-centric
Nicolas
Copernicus
Galileo
Isaac Newton &
gravity
William Harvey
Andreas Vesalius
Enlightenment
Rationalism
Philosophes
Thomas Hobbes
John Locke
“Natural Rights”
Montesquieu
Voltaire
Rousseau
“General will”
Beccaria
Physiocrats
Adam Smith
Salons
Diderot &
Encyclopedia
Enlightened
Absolutism
Enlightened
Despot
Maria Theresa
Joseph II
Oct. 1728
Changes to Life
during Early
Modern Europe
AE 2.17- Multicultural
cooperation
AE 2.18- Economic
principles
AE 2.19- Apply
geographical knowledge
AE 2.20- Analyze &
interpret historical
events
forms of government in the world
and evaluate how effective they
have been in establishing order,
providing security, and
accomplishing common goals
Analyze how powers of
government are distributed and
shared among levels and
branches and evaluate how this
distribution of powers protects
the "common good"
Interpret the principles of limited
government and evaluate how
these principles protect individual
rights and promote the "common
good.”
Give examples of and explain
how scarcity of resources
necessitates choices at both the
personal and societal levels in
the modern world
Compare and contrast economic
systems based on their abilities
to achieve broad social goals
such as freedom, efficiency,
equity, security, and growth in
the modern world
Explain and give examples of
how numerous factors influence
the supply and demand of
products
Reading & Discussion
How Enlightened Were the
Philosophes? Reading &
Discussion
Scientific Revolution &
Enlightenment Assessment
Enlightenment Essay
Question
Frederick the
Great
Catherine the
Great
Louis XV
SS-HS-5.1.1- Using
historical tools (DOK 3)
SS-HS-5.1.2- Cause &
Effect (DOK 3)
SS-HS-2.1.1- Culture as
a system (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.1- Conflict &
Competition (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.2Compromise &
Cooperation (DOK 2)
SS-HS-5.3.3- Age of
Revolutions (DOK 3)
Define & explain key terms
Analyze perceptions and
perspectives of people and
historical events in the modern
world
Analyze how history is a series of
connected events shaped by
multiple cause and effect
relationships, tying past to
present
Explain, interpret, analyze, and
evaluate how belief systems,
knowledge, technology, and
Chapter 20 Study Guide &
Key Terms
McKay Text Online
Activities
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch. 4
Sec 2-4
Coffee House Society
Primary Source Reading &
Discussion
th
17 Century Medicine
Document-Based Question
Family Life
Children &
Education
Dietary changes
Medical practice
Religion
Pietism
John Wesley
Methodists
Popular Culture
Carnival
Blood Sports
Oct. 31Nov.18
French Revolution
AE 2.14- Democratic
principles
AE 2.15- Describe &
analyze governments
AE 2.16- Analyze &
interpret human
behaviors
AE 2.17- Multicultural
cooperation
AE 2.18- Economic
principles
AE 2.19- Apply
geographical knowledge
AE 2.20- Analyze &
interpret historical
events
behavior patterns define cultures
and help to explain historical
perspectives and events in the
modern world
Explain reasons why conflict and
competition develop as cultures
emerge in the modern world
Explain, justify, analyze,
interpret, an evaluate how
compromise and cooperation are
characteristics that influence
social interaction in the modern
world
Analyze how an Age of
Revolution brought about
changes in science, thought,
government, and industry that
shaped the modern world and
evaluate the long range impact of
these changes on the modern
world
SS-HS-5.1.1- Using
historical tools (DOK 3)
SS-HS-5.1.2- Cause &
Effect (DOK 3)
SS-HS-2.1.1- Culture as
a system (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.1- Conflict &
Competition (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.2Compromise &
Cooperation (DOK 2)
SS-HS-5.3.3- Age of
Revolutions (French
Revolution, DOK 3)
SS-HS-1.1.1- Types of
Government (DOK 3)
SS-HS-1.1.2- Protection
of Rights (DOK 3)
SS-HS-1.2.1- “Common
Good” (DOK 3)
SS-HS-1.2.2- Limited
Government (DOK 3)
AE 2.14- Democratic
Define & explain key terms
Analyze perceptions and
perspectives of people and
historical events in the modern
world
Analyze how history is a series of
connected events shaped by
multiple cause and effect
relationships, tying past to
present
Explain, interpret, analyze, and
evaluate how belief systems,
knowledge, technology, and
behavior patterns define cultures
and help to explain historical
perspectives and events in the
modern world
Explain reasons why conflict and
competition develop as cultures
emerge in the modern world
Explain, justify, analyze,
interpret, an evaluate how
compromise and cooperation are
Chapter 21 Study Guide &
Key Terms
McKay Text Online
Activities
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch. 6
Sec. 4
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch. 7
Sec. 1-4
Lecture/Discussion
Paris Before Revolution
Reading
Changing Images of the
King Handout
Accomplishments of the
Revolution Handout
Trial of Louis XVI Reading &
Discussion
Radical Phase of the
Revolution Handout
Moniteur Headlines
Handout
Stamp Act
Boston “Tea Party”
Coercive Acts
Thomas Paine &
Common Sense
Declaration of
Independence
Treaty of Paris
Constitutional
Convention
Checks &
Balances
Estates System
First Estate
Second Estate
Third Estate
Marie Antoinette
“Assembly of
Notables”
Abbé Sieyès &
What is the Third
Estate?
principles
AE 2.15- Describe &
analyze governments
AE 2.16- Analyze &
interpret human
behaviors
AE 2.17- Multicultural
cooperation
AE 2.18- Economic
principles
AE 2.19- Apply
geographical knowledge
AE 2.20- Analyze &
interpret historical
events
characteristics that influence
social interaction in the modern
world
Analyze how an Age of
Revolution brought about
changes in science, thought,
government, and industry that
shaped the modern world and
evaluate the long range impact of
these changes on the modern
world
Compare and contrast various
forms of government in the world
and evaluate how effective they
have been in establishing order,
providing security, and
accomplishing common goals
Explain and give examples of
how democratic governments
preserve and protect the rights
and liberties of their constituents
through different sources
Analyze how powers of
government are distributed and
shared among levels and
branches and evaluate how this
distribution of powers protects
the "common good"
Thoughts of Napoleon
Activity
Napoleon Giant or Midget
Activity
Napoleon’s Coronation
Primary Source Reading &
Discussion
Napoleon’s Russian
Campaign Geography
Application Worksheet
French Revolution, 17891793 Map Activity
Summer of Riots Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Declaration of the Rights of
Man & Citizen Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
History Alive Experiential
Exercise or Watch &
Discuss “French Revolution
Parts 1 & 2” Video
French Revolution
Assessment
National Assembly
Tennis Court Oath
Bastille
Emigrés
Great Fear
Declaration of the
Rights of Man &
Citizen
Constitution of
1791
Civil Constitution
of the Clergy
Assignants
Brunswick
Manifesto
Declaration of
Pillnitz
First Republic
Jacobins
Girondists
Sans-culottes
Committee of
Public Safety
Robespierre
Reign of Terror
Thermidorian
Reaction
Directory
Napoleon
Brumaire Coup
Constitution of
1799
Plebiscite
Napoleonic Code
Concordat of 1801
Confederation of
the Rhine
Continental
System
Orders in Council
Milan Decrees
Peninsular War
Battle of Nations
Duke of Wellington
Elba
Hundred Days
Battle of Waterloo
St. Helena
Congress of
Vienna
Klemens von
Metternich
Balance of Power
Quadruple Alliance
Holy Alliance
Nov. 21Dec. 20
Agricultural
Revolution
Industrial
Revolution
SS-HS-5.1.1- Using
historical tools (DOK 3)
SS-HS-5.1.2- Cause &
Effect (DOK 3)
SS-HS-2.1.1- Culture as
a system (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.1- Conflict &
Competition (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.2Compromise &
Cooperation (DOK 2)
SS-HS-5.3.3- Age of
Revolutions (Agricultural
& Industrial Revolutions,
DOK 3)
SS-HS-3.1.1- Scarcity
(DOK 2)
SS-HS-3.2.1- Economic
Systems (DOK 2)
SS-HS-3.2.3- Free
Enterprise System (DOK
2)
SS-HS-3.3.1- Supply &
Demand (DOK 2)
SS-HS-3.4.2- Increasing
Productivity (DOK 2)
SS-HS-3.4.3- Economic
Interdependence (DOK
2)
SS-HS-4.3.1- Push/Pull
Factors (DOK 3)
SS-HS-4.3.2-
Define & explain key terms
Analyze perceptions and
perspectives of people and
historical events in the modern
world
Analyze how history is a series of
connected events shaped by
multiple cause and effect
relationships, tying past to
present
Explain, interpret, analyze, and
evaluate how belief systems,
knowledge, technology, and
behavior patterns define cultures
and help to explain historical
perspectives and events in the
modern world
Explain reasons why conflict and
competition develop as cultures
emerge in the modern world
Explain, justify, analyze,
interpret, an evaluate how
compromise and cooperation are
characteristics that influence
social interaction in the modern
world
Analyze how an Age of
Revolution brought about
changes in science, thought,
government, and industry that
shaped the modern world and
evaluate the long range impact of
these changes on the modern
Lecture/Discussion
McKay Text Online
Activities
Chapter 19 (pgs. 629-643
only) Study Guide & Key
Terms
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch. 9
Sec. 1-3
Industrial Revolution:
England’s Advantages
Activity
Chapter 22 Study Guide &
Key Terms
Industrial Revolution:
Human Side Activity
Industrial Revolution Video
Living During the Industrial
Revolution Video
Importance of English
Tradespeople Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Beginner’s Luck Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
British Class System Image
Analysis
Plight of the Miners Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Technology Transforms an
Open-field system
Three-field system
Agricultural
Revolution
Crop Rotation
Jethro Tull
Enclosure
Industrial
Revolution
Cottage
industry/”putting
out” system
James Hargreaves
Richard Arkwright
Samuel Crompton
Edmund
Cartwright
Eli Whitney
Urbanization
Steam Engine
James Watt
Matthew Boulton
Henry Bessemer
Bessemer Process
Thomas Telford
John MacAdam
James Brindley
LiverpoolManchester
Railroad
George
Stephenson
Geography & economic
interdependence (DOK
2)
SS-HS-4.4.2Modification of
Environment (DOK 2)
AE 2.14- Democratic
principles
AE 2.15- Describe &
analyze governments
AE 2.16- Analyze &
interpret human
behaviors
AE 2.17- Multicultural
cooperation
AE 2.18- Economic
principles
AE 2.19- Apply
geographical knowledge
AE 2.20- Analyze &
interpret historical
events
world
Give examples of and explain
how scarcity of resources
necessitates choices at both the
personal and societal levels in
the modern world
Compare and contrast economic
systems based on their abilities
to achieve broad social goals
such as freedom, efficiency,
equity, security, and growth in
the modern world
Explain how individuals attempt
to maximize their profits based
on their role in the economy
Explain and give examples of
how numerous factors influence
the supply and demand of
products
Describe and give examples of
how factors have increased
productivity in the world
Explain and give examples of
how interdependence of
personal, national, and
international economic activities
often results in international
issues and concerns in the
modern world
Describe movement and
settlement patterns of people in
various places and analyze
causes of that movement and
settlement
Explain, analyze & evaluate how
technology has facilitated the
movement of goods, services,
and populations; increased
economic interdependence at all
levels and influenced
development of centers of
economic activity
Explain how human
modifications to the physical
environment, perspectives on the
Age Video & Packet
Industrialization &
Urbanization in Europe Map
Activity
Manchester Geography
Application Worksheet
Steam Engine Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Industrial Revolution
Assessment
Industrial Revolution Open
Response Question
Industrial Revolution Essay
Question
Industrial Revolution DBQ
Rocket
Thomas Malthus &
Esssay on the
Principle of
Population
Fredrich Engels &
Condition of the
Working Class in
England in 1844
Factory Act of
1833
“Luddites”
“Peterloo
Massacre”
Crystal Palace
David Ricardo &
“iron law of wages”
Tariff protection
Economic
nationalism
Mines Act of 1842
Combinations Acts
Grand National
Consolidated
Trades Union
use of natural resources and
natural disasters may have
possible global effects in the
modern world
Jan. 413
Europe 1815-1848
(Age of
Metternich, 1830
Revolutions, 1848
Revolutions)
SS-HS-5.1.1- Using
historical tools (DOK 3)
SS-HS-5.1.2- Cause &
Effect (DOK 3)
SS-HS-2.1.1- Culture as
a system (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.1- Conflict &
Competition (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.2Compromise &
Cooperation (DOK 2)
SS-HS-5.3.3- Age of
Revolutions (Political
Upheavals, DOK 3)
AE 2.14- Democratic
principles
AE 2.15- Describe &
analyze governments
AE 2.16- Analyze &
interpret human
behaviors
AE 2.17- Multicultural
cooperation
AE 2.18- Economic
principles
AE 2.19- Apply
geographical knowledge
AE 2.20- Analyze &
interpret historical
events
Define & explain key terms
Analyze perceptions and
perspectives of people and
historical events in the modern
world
Analyze how history is a series of
connected events shaped by
multiple cause and effect
relationships, tying past to
present
Explain, interpret, analyze, and
evaluate how belief systems,
knowledge, technology, and
behavior patterns define cultures
and help to explain historical
perspectives and events in the
modern world
Explain reasons why conflict and
competition develop as cultures
emerge in the modern world
Explain, justify, analyze,
interpret, an evaluate how
compromise and cooperation are
characteristics that influence
social interaction in the modern
world
Analyze how an Age of
Revolution brought about
changes in science, thought,
government, and industry that
shaped the modern world and
evaluate the long range impact of
these changes on the modern
world
Lecture/Discussion
McKay Text Online
Activities
Chapter 23 Study Guide &
Key Terms
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch. 7
Sec. 5
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch. 8
Sec. 2 & 4
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch. 9
Sec. 4
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch.
10 Sec. 1
Metternich System Analysis
Activity
Emerging Political Spectrum
Activity
Revolutions of 1848 : A
Case Study in Nationalism
Activity
In Search of an Economic
View of the World: Smith to
Marx Activity
Metternich’s Views Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Failure of the National
Workshops Primary Source
Reading & Discussion
Communist Manifesto
Primary Source Reading &
Discussion
Changing Threads of Unity
Activity
Britain: A Case Study in the
Quadruple Alliance
Holy Alliance
Carlsbad Decrees
Conservatism
Edmund Burke
Liberalism
Laissez-faire
Utilitarianism
Jeremy Bentham
David Ricardo &
Principle of
Political Economy
& Taxation
Nationalism
Radicalism
Romanticism
William
Wordsworth
John Constable
Francisco Goya
Feminism
Olympe de
Gouges
Mary
Wollstonecraft
Socialism
Utopian Socialism
Robert Owen
Count Henri de
Saint-Simon
Charles Fourier
Practical Socialism
Louis Blanc
National
Workshops
Marxist Socialism
Karl Marx
Communist
Jan 17Feb. 3
Europe 1848-1914
SS-HS-5.1.1- Using
historical tools (DOK 3)
SS-HS-5.1.2- Cause &
Effect (DOK 3)
SS-HS-2.1.1- Culture as
a system (DOK 2)
Define & explain key terms
Analyze perceptions and
perspectives of people and
historical events in the modern
world
Analyze how history is a series of
Evolution of Democracy
Activity
Europe 1815-1848
Assessment
Manifesto
Eugene Delacroix
Ferdinand VII
Battle of Navarino
Decembrists
Alexander I
Nicolas I
Russification
Ultras
Charles X
Four Ordinances
Louis-Philippe
“Bourgeoisie
Monarchy”
Polish November
Rising
Reform Bill of
1832
Catholic
Emancipation Act
Corn Laws
Anti-Corn Law
League
Chartist Movement
“June Days”
Louis-Napoleon
Zollverein
Frederick William
IV
United Landtag
Grossdeutsch
Kleindeustch
Declaration of the
Basic Rights of
the German
People
Giuseppe Mazzini
Lecture/Discussion
McKay Text Online
Activities
Chapter 25 Study Guide &
Key Terms
Modern World History
Second French
Empire
Napoleon III
Piedmont-Sardinia
Victor Emmanuel II
Camilio di Cavour
SS-HS-2.3.1- Conflict &
Competition (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.2Compromise &
Cooperation (DOK 2)
SS-HS-5.3.4- Isms
(DOK 3)
AE 2.14- Democratic
principles
AE 2.15- Describe &
analyze governments
AE 2.16- Analyze &
interpret human
behaviors
AE 2.17- Multicultural
cooperation
AE 2.18- Economic
principles
AE 2.19- Apply
geographical knowledge
AE 2.20- Analyze &
interpret historical
events
connected events shaped by
multiple cause and effect
relationships, tying past to
present
Explain, interpret, analyze, and
evaluate how belief systems,
knowledge, technology, and
behavior patterns define cultures
and help to explain historical
perspectives and events in the
modern world
Explain reasons why conflict and
competition develop as cultures
emerge in the modern world
Explain, justify, analyze,
interpret, an evaluate how
compromise and cooperation are
characteristics that influence
social interaction in the modern
world
Analyze how nationalism,
militarism, and imperialism led to
world conflicts and the rise of
totalitarian governments
Reading Study Guide Ch.
10 Sec. 3 & 4
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch. 8
Sec. 3
Bismarck Telegram Analysis
Dreyfus Affair Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Dreyfus Affair Reading
Chapter 24 Study Guide &
Key Terms
Humanitarianism: A Better
World Activity
Progress of Decline Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Social Darwinism Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Nietzsche’s Last Man
Primary Source Reading &
Discussion
Belle Epoque Image
Analysis
English Social Life
Handouts
Soccer Stadium Handout
History Alive Scramble for
Land Activity
Chapter 26 Study Guide &
Key Terms
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch.
11 Sec.1-5
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch.
12 Sec. 1-3
History Alive Imperialist
Motives Activity
Imperialism: Taking up the
White Man’s Burden Activity
Victoria Takes the Reigns
Primary Source Reading &
Treaty of Turin
Giuseppe
Garibaldi
Wilhelm I
Otto von Bismarck
Realpolitik
Autsro-Prussian
War
North German
Confederation
Franco-Prussian
War
Ems Dispatch
Francis-Joseph I
Dual Monarchy
Augsleich of 1867
Alexander II
Edict of
Emancipation
Zemstvos
Alexander III
“Bloody Sunday”
October Manifesto
Duma
Adolphe Theirs
Paris Commune
Home Rule
Irish National Land
League
Easter Week
Uprising
Ulster
Irish Republican
Army
Pogroms
Houston Stewart
Chamberlain
Karl Leuger
Dreyfus Affair
Zionism
Thedor Herzl
Chaimm
Weismann
Kulturkampf
Feb. 624
World War I
Russian
Revolution
SS-HS-5.1.1- Using
historical tools (DOK 3)
SS-HS-5.1.2- Cause &
Effect (DOK 3)
SS-HS-2.1.1- Culture as
a system (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.1- Conflict &
Competition (DOK 2)
Define & explain key terms
Analyze perceptions and
perspectives of people and
historical events in the modern
world
Analyze how history is a series of
connected events shaped by
multiple cause and effect
Discussion
No Need for Western
Learning Primary Source
Reading & Discussion
Opium Trade Handout
Commodore Perry & Japan
Handout
Migration Geography
Application Worksheet
Africa, 1914 Map Activity
Europe 1848-1914
Assessment
European Sports DBQ
Revisionism
Smallpox
Edward Jenner
Cholera
John Snow
Germ theory of
disease
transmission
Louis Pasteur
Robert Koch
Antisepsis
Joseph Lister
Anesthesia
Children’s Act of
1908
Ferry Laws
Domestic servants
Edwin Chadwick
British Public
Health Act of 1875
Lord Leverhume
Ebenezer Howard
British Housing Act
of 1890
Boy Scouts
“The Woman
Question”
Imperialism
Berlin Conference
1884-1885
White man’s
burden
Sepoy Mutiny
Meiji Restoration
Boxer Rebellion
Chapter 27 Study Guide &
Key Terms
McKay Text Online
Activities
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch.
13 Sec. 1-4
Modern World History
Three Emperor’s
League
“two power rule”
Dreadnought
Hague
Conventions 1899
& 1907
Triple Alliance
SS-HS-2.3.2Compromise &
Cooperation (DOK 2)
SS-HS-5.3.4- Isms
(DOK 3)
AE 2.14- Democratic
principles
AE 2.15- Describe &
analyze governments
AE 2.16- Analyze &
interpret human
behaviors
AE 2.17- Multicultural
cooperation
AE 2.18- Economic
principles
AE 2.19- Apply
geographical knowledge
AE 2.20- Analyze &
interpret historical
events
relationships, tying past to
present
Explain, interpret, analyze, and
evaluate how belief systems,
knowledge, technology, and
behavior patterns define cultures
and help to explain historical
perspectives and events in the
modern world
Explain reasons why conflict and
competition develop as cultures
emerge in the modern world
Explain, justify, analyze,
interpret, an evaluate how
compromise and cooperation are
characteristics that influence
social interaction in the modern
world
Analyze how nationalism,
militarism, and imperialism led to
world conflicts and the rise of
totalitarian governments
Explain how people from
different cultures with different
perspectives view regions in
different ways, sometimes
resulting in conflict in the modern
world
Reading Study Guide Ch.
14 Sec. 1
Lecture/Discussion
Trench Warfare Activity
World War I: The War in
Europe Video
World War I: On the
Homefront Video
Taylor Outbreak of WWI
Reading & Discussion
Wilson’s 14 Points Handout
Shell Shock Reading &
Discussion
Europe in World War I Map
Activity
Naval Blockades Reading &
Discussion
Tank in WWI Reading &
Discussion
Militarism Image Analysis
Diplomatic Maneuvers
Primary Source Reading &
Discussion
Poets View of War Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Indictment of Germany
Primary Source Reading &
Discussion
Alliance System: A Search
for Security Activity
The Great War: Sidney
Bradshaw Fay Thesis
Activity
Treaty of Versailles: An
Outside Perspective Activity
Russian Revolution: The
More Things Change
Activity
Plight of Russian Peasant
Primary Source Reading &
Discussion
Lenin’s Return Primary
Source Reading & Activity
Triple Entente
“powder keg of
Europe”
Archduke Franz
Ferdinand
Gavrilo Princip
Black Hand
“blank check”
Trench Warfare
Lusitania
Total war
War Raw Materials
Board
Wilfred Owen
Rationing
Spanish Flu
Rasputin
Petrograd Soviet
Army Order No. 1
Lenin
Bolsheviks
Leon Trotsky
Stalin
Cheka
Armistice
League of Nations
Big Four
David Lloyd
George
Georges
Clemenceau
Vittorio Orlando
Woodrow Wilson
Fourteen Points
Treaty of
Versailles
Paris Peace
Conference
Balfour
Declaration
Brest-Litovsk Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Trial of Nicolas & Alexandra
Reading
Watch Animal Farm
World War I & Russian
Revolution Assessment
Feb. 27Mar. 9
Between the Wars
Era
SS-HS-5.1.1- Using
historical tools (DOK 3)
SS-HS-5.1.2- Cause &
Effect (DOK 3)
SS-HS-2.1.1- Culture as
a system (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.1- Conflict &
Competition (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.2Compromise &
Cooperation (DOK 2)
SS-HS-5.3.4- Isms
(DOK 3)
SS-HS-3.1.1- Scarcity
(DOK 2)
SS-HS-3.2.1- Economic
Systems (DOK 2)
SS-HS-3.3.1- Supply &
Demand (DOK 2)
AE 2.14- Democratic
principles
AE 2.15- Describe &
analyze governments
AE 2.16- Analyze &
interpret human
behaviors
AE 2.17- Multicultural
cooperation
AE 2.18- Economic
principles
AE 2.19- Apply
geographical knowledge
AE 2.20- Analyze &
interpret historical
events
Define & explain key terms
Analyze perceptions and
perspectives of people and
historical events in the modern
world
Analyze how history is a series of
connected events shaped by
multiple cause and effect
relationships, tying past to
present
Explain, interpret, analyze, and
evaluate how belief systems,
knowledge, technology, and
behavior patterns define cultures
and help to explain historical
perspectives and events in the
modern world
Explain reasons why conflict and
competition develop as cultures
emerge in the modern world
Explain, justify, analyze,
interpret, an evaluate how
compromise and cooperation are
characteristics that influence
social interaction in the modern
world
Analyze how nationalism,
militarism, and imperialism led to
world conflicts and the rise of
totalitarian governments
Give examples of and explain
how scarcity of resources
necessitates choices at both the
personal and societal levels in
the modern world
Compare and contrast economic
Chapter 28 Study Guide &
Key Terms
McKay Text Online
Activities
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch.
15 Sec. 1-2
World War I & Its Aftermath
Video
Lecture/Discussion
Trial of Adolph Hitler
Reading & Discussion
Kellogg-Briand Pact Image
Analysis
Hitler’s Political Ideas
Primary Source Reading &
Discussion
Munich Agreement Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
French Search for Security:
An Elusive Goal? Activity
Potpourri: A Look at the
20s & 30s Activity
Between the War
Assessment
Prohibition
Pope Pius XI
Dadaism
Surrealism
TS Eliot
James Joyce
Franz Kafka
Erich Maria
Remarque
Jaroslav Hasek
Lumière Brothers
Charles Pathé
Marconi
Proportional
Representation
Hitler
Stalin Mussolini
Weimar Republic
Beer Hall Putsch
Representation of
the People Act
(1918)
Equal Franchise
Act (1928)
Sex
Disqualification Act
of 1919
Law of Property of
1926
Pension Act of
1925
Trade Disputes
Act of 1927
Raymond
systems based on their abilities
to achieve broad social goals
such as freedom, efficiency,
equity, security, and growth in
the modern world
Explain and give examples of
how numerous factors influence
the supply and demand of
products
Mar. 1230
World War II
SS-HS-5.1.1- Using
historical tools (DOK 3)
SS-HS-5.1.2- Cause &
Effect (DOK 3)
SS-HS-2.1.1- Culture as
a system (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.1- Conflict &
Competition (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.2Compromise &
Cooperation (DOK 2)
SS-HS-5.3.4- Isms
(DOK 3)
SS-HS-1.1.1- Types of
Government (DOK 3)
SS-HS-1.1.2-Protection
of Rights (DOK 3)
SS-HS-3.1.1- Scarcity
Define & explain key terms
Analyze perceptions and
perspectives of people and
historical events in the modern
world
Analyze how history is a series of
connected events shaped by
multiple cause and effect
relationships, tying past to
present
Explain, interpret, analyze, and
evaluate how belief systems,
knowledge, technology, and
behavior patterns define cultures
and help to explain historical
perspectives and events in the
modern world
Explain reasons why conflict and
Poincaré
Ruhr Valley
Great Depression
National Insurance
Act of 1911
Public Order Act of
1936
Stavisky Affair
Friedrich
Nietzsche
Sigmund Freud
Id
Ego
Superego
Stream-ofconsciousness
Frank Lloyd Wright
Cubism
Pablo Picasso
Dawes Plan
Mein Kampf
New Deal
Chapter 29 Study Guide &
Key Terms
McKay Text Online
Activities
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch.
14 Sec. 2
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch.
15 Sec. 3-4
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch.
16 Sec. 1-5
World War II The Road to
War Video
World War II Map Activity
Arming for War Video
Kristallnacht Primary
Reparations
Dawes Plan
Locarno Pact
(1925)
Kellogg-Briand
Pact (1928)
Spanish Civil War
Anti-Comintern
Pact
Lebensraum
Anschluss
Appeasement
Munich
Conference
Neville
Chamberlain
Polish Corridor
Nazi-Soviet Non-
Apr. 920
Cold War
(DOK 2)
SS-HS-3.2.1- Economic
Systems (DOK 2)
SS-HS-3.3.1- Supply &
Demand (DOK 2)
AE 2.14- Democratic
principles
AE 2.15- Describe &
analyze governments
AE 2.16- Analyze &
interpret human
behaviors
AE 2.17- Multicultural
cooperation
AE 2.18- Economic
principles
AE 2.19- Apply
geographical knowledge
AE 2.20- Analyze &
interpret historical
events
competition develop as cultures
emerge in the modern world
Explain, justify, analyze,
interpret, an evaluate how
compromise and cooperation are
characteristics that influence
social interaction in the modern
world
Analyze how nationalism,
militarism, and imperialism led to
world conflicts and the rise of
totalitarian governments
Compare and contrast various
forms of government in the world
and evaluate how effective they
have been in establishing order,
providing security, and
accomplishing common goals
Explain and give examples of
how democratic governments
preserve and protect the rights
and liberties of their constituents
through different sources
Give examples of and explain
how scarcity of resources
necessitates choices at both the
personal and societal levels in
the modern world
Compare and contrast economic
systems based on their abilities
to achieve broad social goals
such as freedom, efficiency,
equity, security, and growth in
the modern world
Explain and give examples of
how numerous factors influence
the supply and demand of
products
Source Reading &
Discussion
Nazi-Soviet Image Analysis
Japan’s Treachery Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Two Views of the A-Bomb
Primary Source Reading &
Discussion
Decision to Drop the Bomb
Video
Auschwitz Primary Source
Reading & Discussion
Nazi Propaganda Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
GI Handout
Trial of Adolph Eichmann
Reading & Discussion
Atomic Bomb Reading &
Discussion
Concentration Camp Video
Lecture/Discussion
Educator’s Reference WWII
Casualties Lesson Plan
aggression Pact
“scorched earth”
policy
Vichy France
Henri Petain
Free France
Charles de Gaulle
French Resistance
Movement
Final Solution
Holocaust
Concentration
camps
Wannsee
Conference
Conference
Diplomacy
“Big Three”
Tehran
Dumbarton Oaks
Yalta
Potsdam
United Nations
UN Charter
UN Universal
Declaration of
Human Rights
Totalitarianism
Five Year Plan
Fascism
Lateran
Agreement (1929)
Nazism
Enabling Act
Blitzkrieg
Hitler’s New Order
Battle of Coral Sea
Battle of Midway
D-Day
SS-HS-5.1.1- Using
historical tools (DOK 3)
SS-HS-5.1.2- Cause &
Effect (DOK 3)
Define & explain key terms
Analyze perceptions and
perspectives of people and
historical events in the modern
Chapter 30 Study Guide &
Key Terms
McKay Text Online
Activities
Truman Doctrine
“containment”
Marshall Plan
SS-HS-2.1.1- Culture as
a system (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.1- Conflict &
Competition (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.2Compromise &
Cooperation (DOK 2)
SS-HS-5.3.5- Cold War
(DOK 3)
SS-HS-1.1.1- Types of
Government (DOK 3)
SS-HS-1.1.2-Protection
of Rights (DOK 3)
SS-HS-3.2.1- Economic
Systems (DOK 2)
SS-HS-3.4.3- Economic
Interdependence (DOK
2)
SS-HS-4.3.1- Push/Pull
Factors (DOK 3)
AE 2.14- Democratic
principles
AE 2.15- Describe &
analyze governments
AE 2.16- Analyze &
interpret human
behaviors
AE 2.17- Multicultural
cooperation
AE 2.18- Economic
principles
AE 2.19- Apply
geographical knowledge
AE 2.20- Analyze &
interpret historical
events
world
Analyze how history is a series of
connected events shaped by
multiple cause and effect
relationships, tying past to
present
Explain, interpret, analyze, and
evaluate how belief systems,
knowledge, technology, and
behavior patterns define cultures
and help to explain historical
perspectives and events in the
modern world
Explain reasons why conflict and
competition develop as cultures
emerge in the modern world
Explain, justify, analyze,
interpret, an evaluate how
compromise and cooperation are
characteristics that influence
social interaction in the modern
world
Explain the rise of both the
United States and the Soviet
Union to superpower status
following World War II, the
subsequent development of the
Cold War, and the formation of
new nations in Africa, Asia,
Eastern Europe, and the Middle
East, and evaluate the impact of
these events on the global
community
Compare and contrast various
forms of government in the world
and evaluate how effective they
have been in establishing order,
providing security, and
accomplishing common goals
Explain and give examples of
how democratic governments
preserve and protect the rights
and liberties of their constituents
through different sources
Compare and contrast economic
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch.
17 Sec. 1-5
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch.
18 Sec. 1-5
UN Charter Primary Source
Reading & Discussion
Marshall Plan Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Brezhnev Doctrine Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Berlin Airlift Reading &
Discussion
Ping-Pong Diplomacy
Reading & Discussion
Cold War in Europe Map
Activity
The Cold War: Who was
Responsible? Activity
Berlin Wall Reading &
Discussion
Race to the Moon Reading
& Discussion
Lecture/Discussion
Cold War Assessment
Berlin Blockade
NATO
Warsaw Pact
Mao Zedong
Chiang Kai-shek
Korea
“domino theory”
Brinkmanship
Nikita Khrushchev
Dwight D.
Eisenhower
Sputnik
Space race
Berlin Wall
Cuban Missile
Crisis
Fidel Castro
“quarantine”
Nuclear Test Ban
Treaty (1963)
Ostpolitik
Détente
Sino-Soviet Split
Ping-Pong
Diplomacy
Richard Nixon
Decolonization
Ghana
Kenya
Israel
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh
Dienbienphu
Geneva
Conference (1954)
Ngo Dinh Diem
Tonkin Gulf
Resolution
Tet Offensive
Vietnamization
Common Market
GAmal Abdel
Nasser
systems based on their abilities
to achieve broad social goals
such as freedom, efficiency,
equity, security, and growth in
the modern world
Explain and give examples of
how interdependence of
personal, national, and
international economic activities
often results in international
issues and concerns in the
modern world
Describe movement and
settlement patterns of people in
various places and analyze
causes of that movement and
settlement
Explain how people from
different cultures with different
perspectives view regions in
different ways, sometimes
resulting in conflict in the modern
world
Apr. 23May 15
Collapse of
Communism
European Union
Contemporary
Problems
SS-HS-5.1.1- Using
historical tools (DOK 3)
SS-HS-5.1.2- Cause &
Effect (DOK 3)
SS-HS-2.1.1- Culture as
a system (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.1- Conflict &
Competition (DOK 2)
SS-HS-2.3.2Compromise &
Cooperation (DOK 2)
SS-HS-5.3.6 Post WWII
World (DOK 2)
SS-HS-1.1.1- Types of
Government (DOK 2)
SS-HS-1.1.2-Protection
of Rights (DOK 3)
SS-HS-3.2.1- Economic
Systems (DOK 2)
SS-HS-4.3.1- Push/Pull
Factors (DOK 3)
Define & explain key terms
Analyze perceptions and
perspectives of people and
historical events in the modern
world
Analyze how history is a series of
connected events shaped by
multiple cause and effect
relationships, tying past to
present
Explain, interpret, analyze, and
evaluate how belief systems,
knowledge, technology, and
behavior patterns define cultures
and help to explain historical
perspectives and events in the
modern world
Explain reasons why conflict and
competition develop as cultures
emerge in the modern world
Explain, justify, analyze,
De-stalinization
Brezhnev Doctrine
Watergate
OPEC
Chapter 31 Study Guide &
Key Terms (pg. 1027-1051
only)
McKay Text Online
Activities
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch.
19 Sec. 3-4
Modern World History
Reading Study Guide Ch.
20 Sec. 1-5
Glasnost & the Soviet Press
Primary Source Reading &
Discussion
Lecture/Discussion
Fall of Communism Video
Collapse of Communism
Assessment
Chapter 31 Study Guide &
Key Terms (pg. 1051-1061
only)
Gorbachev
Chernobyl
Perestroika
Glasnost
Solidarity
Lech Walesa
Erik Honecker
Brandenburg Gate
“velvet revolution”
CIS
Slobodan
Milosevic
BosniaHerzegovina
Ethnic cleansing
Balkanization
Globalization
Alliance for
Germany
European Union
SS-HS-4.3.2Geography & economic
interdependence (DOK
2)
SS-HS-4.4.2Modification of
Environment (DOK 2)
AE 2.14- Democratic
principles
AE 2.15- Describe &
analyze governments
AE 2.16- Analyze &
interpret human
behaviors
AE 2.17- Multicultural
cooperation
AE 2.18- Economic
principles
AE 2.19- Apply
geographical knowledge
AE 2.20- Analyze &
interpret historical
events
SS-HS-5.1.1- Using
historical tools
SS-HS-5.1.2- Cause &
Effect
SS-HS-2.1.1- Culture as
a system
SS-HS-2.3.1- Conflict &
Competition
SS-HS-2.3.2Compromise &
Cooperation
SS-HS-5.3.6 Post WWII
World
SS-HS-4.3.1- Push/Pull
Factors
SS-HS-4.3.2Geography & economic
interdependence
SS-HS-4.4.2Modification of
Environment
interpret, an evaluate how
compromise and cooperation are
characteristics that influence
social interaction in the modern
world
Explain how the second half of
the 20th century was
characterized by rapid social,
political, and economic changes
that created new challenges in
countries around the world, and
give examples of how countries
have addressed these
challenges
Compare and contrast various
forms of government in the world
and evaluate how effective they
have been in establishing order,
providing security, and
accomplishing common goals
Explain and give examples of
how democratic governments
preserve and protect the rights
and liberties of their constituents
through different sources
Compare and contrast economic
systems based on their abilities
to achieve broad social goals
such as freedom, efficiency,
equity, security, and growth in
the modern world
Describe movement and
settlement patterns of people in
various places and analyze
causes of that movement and
settlement
Explain, analyze & evaluate how
technology has facilitated the
movement of goods, services,
and populations; increased
economic interdependence at all
levels and influenced
development of centers of
economic activity
Explain how human
McKay Text Online
Activities
Cultural Crossroads Video
De Gaulle on European
Unity Primary Source
Reading & Discussion
Fighting the Greenhouse
Effect Primary Source
Reading & Discussion
Future of Medicine Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Babushka at the Barricades
Primary Source Reading &
Discussion
We the People Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Madness in Bosnia Primary
Source Reading &
Discussion
Speech to the European
Parliament Primary Source
Reading & Discussion
Lecture/Discussion
European Union &
Contemporary Problems
Assessment
Maastricht Treaty
European Federal
Union
Jean Monnet
Paul-Henri Spaak
BENELUX
European Coal &
Steel Community
European Defense
Community
Treaty of Rome
Euratom
European
Economic
Community
“Common Market”
European Free
Trade Association
European
Commission
Council
of Ministers
European
Parliament
European Court of
Justice
Single European
Act
AE 2.14- Democratic
principles
AE 2.15- Describe &
analyze governments
AE 2.16- Analyze &
interpret human
behaviors
AE 2.17- Multicultural
cooperation
AE 2.18- Economic
principles
AE 2.19- Apply
geographical knowledge
AE 2.20- Analyze &
interpret historical
events
modifications to the physical
environment, perspectives on the
use of natural resources and
natural disasters may have
possible global effects in the
modern world
Define & explain key terms
Analyze perceptions and
perspectives of people and
historical events in the modern
world
Analyze how history is a series of
connected events shaped by
multiple cause and effect
relationships, tying past to
present
Explain, interpret, analyze, and
evaluate how belief systems,
knowledge, technology, and
behavior patterns define cultures
and help to explain historical
perspectives and events in the
modern world
Explain reasons why conflict and
competition develop as cultures
emerge in the modern world
Explain, justify, analyze,
interpret, an evaluate how
compromise and cooperation are
characteristics that influence
social interaction in the modern
world
Explain how the second half of
the 20th century was
characterized by rapid social,
political, and economic changes
that created new challenges in
countries around the world, and
give examples of how countries
have addressed these
challenges
Describe movement and
settlement patterns of people in
various places and analyze
causes of that movement and
settlement
Explain, analyze & evaluate how
technology has facilitated the
movement of goods, services,
and populations; increased
economic interdependence at all
levels and influenced
development of centers of
economic activity
Explain how human
modifications to the physical
environment, perspectives on the
use of natural resources and
natural disasters may have
possible global effects in the
modern world