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Pre AP World History Syllabus
FIRST NINE WEEKS CONTENT
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Introduction—Topics include: Key Events in the Modern World
Standard 15— Topics include: World Religions: Hinduism, Judaism,
Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam
Standard 2— Topics include: Major Kingdoms and Empires and Trade
Patterns in AD 1500; the intellectual, technological, and artistic developments
of the Italian and Northern Renaissance
Standard 3— Topics include: The Protestant Reformation, including the role
of Martin Luther, John Calvin, Henry VIII, and Elizabeth I; the Catholic or
Counter Reformation; Religious conflicts including the Thirty Years’ War; the
role of the printing press
Standard 4—Topics include: The motives and outcomes of the European
Age of Discovery; the Colombian Exchange and Triangular Trade; the impact
of precious metal exports from the Americas
SECOND NINE WEEKS CONTENT
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Standard 5—Topics include: the impact of global trade on regional
civilizations including the Ottoman Empire, the Mughal Empire, China, the
Japanese shogunate; and Africa; the Commercial Revolution and
Mercantilism
Standard 6—Topics include: the Scientific Revolution; the Age of Absolutism;
the English Civil War and the Glorious Revolution; the Enlightenment; the
French Revolution; and developments in art, literature, and technology from
the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Century
Standard 7—Topics include: the Colonial system in Latin America;
Revolutions in Latin America including the influence of the American and
French Revolutions and the role of L’Overture, Bolivar, and Hidalgo; the
impact of the Monroe Doctrine
Standard 8—Topics include: the Legacy of Napoleon; the Congress of
Vienna; the Revolution of 1848; the Unification of Italy and Germany
THIRD NINE WEEKS CONTENT
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Standard 9—Topics include: the Agricultural Revolution and cottage industry;
the Industrial Revolution and the factory system; the impact of
industrialization on women and children; the emergence of capitalism,
socialism, and communism; the Age of Imperialism
Standard 10—Topics include: the causes, major leaders, and major evens of
World War I; the Russian Revolution; and the Treaty of Versailles
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Standard 11—Topics include: the League of Nations and the mandate
system; the Great Depression; the rise of totalitarian regimes in the Soviet
Union, Germany, Italy, and Japan
Standard 12—Topics include: the causes, major events and major leaders of
World War II; the Holocaust and other examples of genocide in the Twentieth
Century; the outcomes of World War II
FOURTH NINE WEEKS CONTENT
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Standard 13—Topics include: Key events of the Cold War; the impact of
nuclear weapons; conflicts and revolutionary movements in China, Korea,
and Japan; the collapse of communism in the Soviet Union and Eastern
Europe
Standard 14—Topics include: independence movements in India and Africa;
the end of the mandate system and the creation of new states in the Middle
East; major world leaders of the late Twentieth Century
Standard 16—Topics include: developed and developing nations;
contemporary ethnic, religious, and political conflicts; the impact of economic
development and global population growth on the environment and society;
economic interdependence; the increasing impact of terrorism
SOL Review and SOL Testing
ASSESSMENT
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Tests
Quizzes
Guided Reading Assignments
Worksheets
Written Assignments
Video Questions
Book Reports
Semester Exams
Grading Guidelines
A = 90 – 100
B = 80 – 89.5
C = 70 – 79.5
D = 60 – 69.5
F = 0 -- 59.5
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