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World History
March 9-14, 2015
Week 10
Standards
TEKS:
ⓈWHS.1F Identify major causes and describe the major effects of the following important turning points in world
history from 1914 to the present: the world wars and their impact on political, economic, and social systems;
communist revolutions and their impact on the Cold War; independence movements; and globalization.
ⓇWHS.10A Identify the importance of imperialism, nationalism, militarism, and the alliance system in causing World War
I.
ⓈWHS.10B Identify major characteristics of World War I, including total war, trench warfare, modern military
technology, and high casualty rates.
ⓇWHS.10C Explain the political impact of Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points and the political and economic impact of
the Treaty of Versailles, including changes in boundaries and the mandate system.
WHS.15A Create and interpret thematic maps, graphs, and charts to demonstrate the relationship between geography
and the historical development of a region or nation.
ⓈWHS.28C Explain the effects of major new military technologies on World War I, World War II, and the Cold War.
WHS.29F Analyze information by sequencing, categorizing, identifying cause-and-effect relationships, comparing,
contrasting, finding the main idea, summarizing, making generalizations and predictions, drawing inferences and
conclusions, and developing connections between historical events over time.
WHS.30AUse social studies terminology correctly.
WHS.30C Interpret and create written, oral, and visual presentations of social studies information.
College and Career Readiness Standards:

• CCRS 1.3B Analyze causes and effects of major political, economic, and social changes in U.S. and world history.
• CCRS 3.2A Connect regional or local developments to global ones.
• CCRS 4.1A Identify and analyze the main idea(s) and point(s)-of-view in sources.
Academic Vocabulary
• war
• characteristics
• militarism
• alliances
• imperialism
• nationalism
• trench warfare
• total war
• military technology
Assessment (Attach a copy of each assessment.)
Warm-ups, Quizzes, and Tests are attached.
Lesson: Early Civilizations
1
Checks for Understanding
Engage and Connect:
Asking the students about their day and making a personable
Warm-Ups – Engages and facilitates
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Lesson: Early Civilizations
Checks for Understanding
connection with them, I’ve found, helps them relax and focus on the
material to be covered that day.
2
Introduce New Learning
• determining cause and effect
3
HOT skills
• determining main idea
Guided and Independent Practice
Groupwork and independent work in various activities (i.e. debates,
think-pair-share, knowledge transfer, creating a civilization, etc) and
handouts.
Handouts:
Homework Sheet
• comparing and contrasting
Notes – These will be assessed and
critiqued in order to assist the
student’s learning goals.
Reading Aloud – This serves to
segway into important questions.
Also, hearing the difficult names and
words pronounced builds confidence
in reconciling future words.
Guided Questions
Guided Practice
Note-taking
Reading aloud
Geography Skills
Asking Specific Questions (Socratic Dialogue)
Independent Practice
Note-taking
Reading Silently
4
Militarism, alliances, imperialism and
nationalism [MAIN] often lead nations
into conflict with other nations.
1. How did these causes contribute to the
beginning of World War I? Was any one
cause more important than the others?
2. Are any of these MAIN causes present
in later 20 century and in 21 century
conflicts? If so, which ones? Support your
position with specific examples.
th
st
Close the Lesson and Assess Mastery
Daily Quizzes – material covered the
previous day
This is where I will be using most of the Socratic Dialogue. I have
found that a good assessment of questions can be found with the
“Knowledge Transfer” activity I made up.
Tests – Ease the students in with
multiple choice for the first 3 tests,
then switch to Short Answer.
Knowledge Transfer – The students
write down three questions on
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separate notecards without their
names on them. Then as a class,
they exchange with other students (at
random) each of their notecards – one
notecard per student. They keep
exchanging until I feel the notecards
have sufficiently been mixed up.
Then, we go through some of the
questions which need to addressed.
This creates a safe environment to
ask questions as it is now anonymous.
5
Higher Order Thinking Skills.
Questioning Techniques.
Debates: Debates offer a great opportunity to allow the students to
think outside the box while being able to use logical reasoning in the
form of information presented in class or in the book. It’s a fun activity
which, when done correctly, facilitates differing ideas and the
understanding of these notions presented from a hidden perspective.
Monday
Socratic Dialogue towards the end of
class to help the students learn how to
learn. Also, this provides a line of
thinking/perception to other students
which would otherwise be incognito.
Manifests HOT questions in the
student.
Warm-Ups – Engages and facilitates
HOT skills
Exit Pass – Students must write down
one question they have for that day
before they are allowed to leave the
class.
Essay Questions on Tests – Present
on every test, starting with Test 1.
These are HOT questions which are
open ended and primarily look at
reasoning/evaluating/analyzing skills.
This is represents the top two piers of
Bloom’s hierarchy.
Quiz: 23.3
Chapter: 23.3
Handouts: None
Lesson Structure: Give out Quiz. Read aloud or present the material in an engaging discourse/lecture,
then go over MAP SKILLS if necessary. Allow for Q & A, and Socratic Dialogue.
Homework: Read 23.4 and work on Homework Sheet.
Tuesday
English STAAR Reinforcement
Wednesday
Quiz: 23.4
Chapter: 23.4
Handouts: None
Lesson Structure: Give out Quiz. Read aloud or present the material in an engaging discourse/lecture,
then go over MAP SKILLS if necessary. Allow for Q & A, and Socratic Dialogue.
Homework: Read 23 and work on Homework Sheet.
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Thursday
Review for chapter 23 test tomorrow!
Friday
Chapter 23 Test Tomorrow!
Week 10
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