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World History

Essential Outcomes


  1. Hunter-gathers have traceable migratory patterns.

Learning Goals

    1. Students will identify the migratory patterns of the hunter-gatherers.

    2. Students will trace the transition from hunter-gatherers to the river valley civilizations.

    3. Students will identify and describe social, cultural, and economic characteristics of agricultural settlements.




  1. Civilizations from 4000 BC to 500 AD have specific characteristics.

Learning Goals

    1. Students will understand how governments developed during this time period.

    2. Students will understand the development modern religions.

    3. Students will distinguish the phases of cultural evolution.

    4. Students will summarize the growth of empires.




  1. Major civilizations and empires from 1000 BC to 1500 AD were influenced by their unique religions.

Learning Goals

    1. Students will evaluate the connections of Islam to Judaism and Christianity.

    2. Students will categorize the development of eastern religions.

    3. Students will evaluate the importance of Confucianism in the development of China.

    4. Students will survey the growth of kingdoms of this time period.




  1. Europe developed politically, economically, socially, and culturally from 500 to 1650.

Learning Goals

    1. Students will analyze how the rise and fall of the Roman Empire led to the feudal system.

    2. Students will describe how the relationship between early kings and the church led to the growth of papal authority.

    3. Students will identify the causes that led the development of the cities.

    4. Students will differentiate the impact of technology during each phase of this unit.

    5. Students will recognize how movements such as the Reformation brought about a decline in church power.




  1. Worldwide exploration caused conquest and colonization from 1450 to 1750.

Learning Goals

    1. Students will summarize the events that led to worldwide exploration.

    2. Students will evaluate the causes of conquest and colonization.

    3. Students will consider the consequences of the slave trade.

    4. Students will identify the major technological innovations in shipbuilding, navigation, and naval warfare.




  1. Revolutionary events caused global consequences in Western Europe from 1500 to 1900.

Learning Goals

    1. Students will compare and contrast the causes and events that led to the major revolutions of this time period.

    2. Students will describe the impact of that the Enlightenment had upon political thought in government.

    3. Students will evaluate how the competition for resources led to many of the revolutions.




  1. Significant political, social, and economic events changed the world from 1900 to the present.

Learning Goals

    1. Students will trace and explain the political, social, and economic changes in the world due to World War I and II.

    2. Students will analyze the revolutions that led to the fall and rise of governments.

    3. Students will compare and contrast the different ideologies that emerged during this time period.

    4. Students will discuss the successes and failures of democratic reform movements.


MICHIGAN CITY HIGH SCHOOL

World History

Ongoing/All Year

1st Quarter

2nd Quarter

3rd Quarter

4th Quarter

Course Title

Assessment Type

Assessment Type


Assessment Type

Assessment Type

Standard



Bundle

Standard 1,2



Bundle

Standard 3,4





Bundle

Standard 5,6



Bundle

Standard 7



Best Practice Methods

Graphic Organizers

Non-linguistic Representation

Similarities and Differences

Summarizing and Note Taking

Practice


Flexible Grouping

Analysis


Problem Solving

Decision Making




Best Practice Methods

Graphic Organizers

Non-linguistic Representation

Similarities and Differences

Summarizing and Note Taking

Practice


Flexible Grouping

Analysis


Problem Solving

Decision Making




Best Practice Methods

Graphic Organizers

Non-linguistic Representation

Similarities and Differences

Summarizing and Note Taking

Practice


Flexible Grouping

Analysis


Problem Solving

Decision Making




Best Practice Methods

Graphic Organizers

Non-linguistic Representation

Similarities and Differences

Summarizing and Note Taking

Practice


Flexible Grouping

Analysis


Problem Solving

Decision Making





World History Benchmark #1

Standard Indicator: 1 and 2 Beginnings and Growth of Human Society and Early Civilization

1.3 Analyze and compare how the peoples of West Africa, Europe, Southeast Asia, East Asia, and the Americans developed agricultural communities.

1.1. Trace and analyze the chronological and territorial range of early human development.

2.2 Compare causes and conditions by which civilization developed in Egypt, Southwest Asia, and the Eastern Mediterranean region, India, and China.

2.3 Differentiate between early civilizations religious and governmental systems.

9.6 Formulate and present a position or course of action on an issue by examining the underlying factors contributing to that issue.

9.1 Identify patterns of historical change and duration and construct a representation that illustrates continuity and change.


Declarative Knowledge

Procedural Knowledge

Concepts



1. Humans developed from hunter-gathers to early civilization.

2. Agricultural settlements were developed around social, cultural, and

economic characteristics.


Processes

  1. Writing Process




Organizing Ideas



  1. Students will understand how early humans survived.

2. Students will trace the transition from hunter-gatherers to the river

valley civilizations.

3. Students will recognize how early civilizations developed.


Details


  1. Neolithic Revolution

  2. Domestication

  3. Development of government/religion

  4. Development of technology/language

  5. governmental/religious philosophies

  6. Nile, Indus, Mesopotamia, China

Skills

  1. Assign a scale to years of time.

  2. Compare and contrast writing.

  3. Development of civilizations in sequential order.



Vocabulary


Culture Fertile Crescent artifact Feudalism

City-state technology dynasty artisan

Nomads cultural diffusion hunter-gatherers barter

Polytheism domestication theocracy

Civilization empire specialization



World History Benchmark #2


Standard Indicator: 2 Ancient Civilizations of Greece and Rome

2.1 – Define civilization and identify the key differences between civilizations and other forms of social organizations

2.2 – Compare causes and conditions by which civilizations developed in North Africa, Southwest Asia, South Asia and East Asia.

2.3 – Differentiate hierarchies in the social structures of early civilized peoples and explain the influence of religious belief systems

2.4 – Explain relationships in early civilizations between the development of state authority and the growth of aristocratic power, taxation systems and institutions of coerced labor, including slavery.

2.6 – Analyze the major events of the wars between the Persians and the Greeks, reasons why the Persians failed to conquer the Greeks

2.7 – Compare and contrast the daily life, social hierarchy, culture and institutions of Athens and Sparta

2.8 – Describe the role of Alexander the Great in the spread of Hellenism in Southwest and South Asia, North Africa; and part of Europe

2.9 – Describe Roman Republican government and society and trace the changes that culminated in the end of the Republic and the beginning of the Roman Empire

2.10 – Describe Roman achievement in law and explain their impact on various peoples and places

2.11 – Explain the origins of Christianity, including the lives and teachings of Jesus and Paul, and the relationships of early Christians with the Roman Empire.

2.12 – Analyze the causes, conditions and consequences of the spread of Christianity throughout the Roman Empire, including the policies of Emperor Constantine the Great.

2.13 – Explain the causes, conditions and consequences of the decline and fall of the western part of the Roman Empire.


Declarative Knowledge

Procedural Knowledge

Concepts

1. Governments developed during this time period.

2. Modern religions developed during this time period.

3. Cultural evolution has distinct phases

4. Summarize the growth of empires.




Processes

  1. Writing Process

  2. Reading Process

Organizing Ideas


  1. Students will trace the origins of early Greek city-states.

  2. Students will identify major personalities and their impact in Greece and Rome.

  3. Students will describe early patterns of government.

  4. Students will understand the affect of Christianity and the many wars in the Mediterranean region.

  5. Students will understand the development of the Roman Republic

  6. Students will identify the birth of democracy

  7. Students will identify the affect of the Caesars on the governing of the Roman Empire

  8. Students will interpret the impact of the philosophers/educators of Greece.

  9. Students will compare and contrast the major philosophers/educators of ancient Greece

  10. Students will compare and contrast the difference between Athens and Sparta.

  11. Draw conclusions about the impact of the growth and spread of Christianity.

Details


  • Trojan War

  • Peloponnesian War

  • Persian Wars

  • Punic Wars

  • Roman/Greek achievement

  • Roman/Greek expansion

  • Rise of Christianity

  • Fall of Rome

  • Greece government

  • Rome government

Skills

  1. Summarize

  2. Paraphrase

  3. Steps of analysis

  4. Steps of evaluation

  5. Write a compare

and contrast essay


Vocabulary


polis consuls philosophers civilization

monarchy senate Hellenistic culture

aristocracy dictator republic

oligarchy absolute ruler classical arts

myths heresy tyrant

inflation democracy Greco-Roman Culture




World History Benchmark #3

Standard Indicator: 3 Major Civilizations and Empires: 1000 B.C. to 1500 A.D.

3.2 – Examine, interpret and compare the main ideas of Hinduism and Buddhism and explain their influence on civilization in India

3.3 – Explain how Buddhism spread and influenced peoples and their cultures throughout South Asia, Central Asia, and East Asia

3.4 – Trace the development and major achievements of Chinese and East Asia civilizations during various key dynasties

3.5 – Describe the life of Confucius, compare and contrast the fundamental teachings of Confucianism and Daoism

3.7 – Describe the life of Muhammad, fundamental teachings of Islam, and connections of Islam to Judaism and Christianity

3.8 – Trace the extent and consequences of Islam’s spread in Asia, the Mediterranean region and southern Europe

3.9 – Explain how the community of Muslims became divided into Sunnis and Shiites and the long term consequences of this division

9.1 – Identify patterns of historical change and duration and construct a representation that illustrates continuity and change

9.4 – Investigate and interpret multiple causation in analyzing historical actions, and analyze cause – and – effect relationships



Declarative Knowledge

Procedural Knowledge

Concepts

Major religions and their role in the development of society.


Processes

1. Reading Process

Organizing Ideas


  1. Compare Hinduism and Buddhism and explain their influence on civilization.

  2. Describe the connection of Islam to Judaism and Christianity.

  3. Explain the division of Muslims into Sunnis and Shiites.

Details

    • Development of Hinduism

    • Development of Buddhism

    • Development of Judaism

    • Development of Christianity

    • Development of Islam

Skills

  1. Reading territorial maps

  2. Reading and interpreting

graphs and charts

  1. Steps of Analysis

  2. Steps of Evaluation




Vocabulary


Torah monotheism

Quran Theravaada

Muhammad Siddhartha Gautama

Jesus Masque

Abraham

Moses


Matriarchal

Patriarchal

Mahayana




World History Benchmark #4

Standard Indicator: 4 – Medieval Europe to the Rise and Development of Western Civilization: 500 – 1650

4.1/4.2 Describe the impact on Western Europe of the collapse of the Roman Empire and the impact of Christian monasteries.

4.3 Describe the rise and achievements of Charlemagne and the Empire of the Franks

4.4 Explain how the idea of Christendom influenced the development of cultural unity in Europe

4.5 Describe how technology improvements in agriculture, the growth of towns, the creation of guilds, and the development of banking during the middle ages, as well as institutions of feudalism the manorial system influenced European civilization

4.7/4.9 Explain the Great Schism of 1054 and the development of Eastern and Western branches of Christianity.

4.8 Explain the causes of the Crusades and their consequences for Europe and Southwest Asia.

4.10 Trace the origins and developments of the Northern Renaissance and the Italian Renaissance.

4.11/4.12/4.13 Describe and analyze the factors, main themes, and achievements of the Protestant Reformation.


Declarative Knowledge

Procedural Knowledge

Concepts


Europe developed politically, economically, socially, and culturally from 500 to 165

Processes

  1. Writing Process

  2. Reading Process

Organizing Ideas

  1. Students will analyze how the fall of the Roman Empire led to the feudal system.

  2. Students will describe how the relationship between early kings and the church led to the growth of papal authority.

  3. Students will identify the causes that led the development of the cities.

  4. Students will differentiate the impact of technology during each phase of this unit.

  5. Students will recognize how movements such as the Reformation brought about a decline in church power.

Details


  • Development of Feudalism

  • Development of chivalry

  • Carolingian Dynasty

  • Holy Roman Empire

  • Great Schism

  • Byzantine Empire

  • Renaissance

  • Protestant Reformation

  • Catholic Reformation

  • Magna Carta

  • Hundred Years War

  • Crusades

  • Technological

  • development

Skills

  1. Categorize the major

personalities of the

Renaissance.



  1. Chart the development

of technology.

  1. Evaluate the causes

and effect of the fall

of the Roman Empire.



  1. Trace the

developments of the

Renaissance.



  1. Compare and contrast

the Protestant and

Catholic Reformation.




Vocabulary


Middle Ages troubadour

Franks clergy parliament

Monastery sacrament


Secular canon law Renaissance Holy Roman Empire humanism

Manor


Tithe simony Reformation

Serf gothic Peace of Augsburg

Lord


Fief Protestant

Vassal inquisition predestination

Knight vernacular


Chivalry guild Council of Trent scholastics

Bubonic plague

utopia


World History Benchmark #5

Standard Indicator: 5 – Worldwide Exploration, Conquest, and Colonization: 1450 – 1750

5.1 Explain the causes and conditions of worldwide voyages of exploration and discovery by expeditions from China, Portugal, Spain, France, England and the Netherlands.

5.2 Explain the origins, developments and consequences of the transatlantic slave trade between Africa and Americas.

5.3 Explain the origins, developments, main events and consequences of European overseas expansion through conquest and colonization in Africa, Asia, and the Americas.

5.4 Identify major technological innovations in shipbuilding, navigation, and naval warfare, and explain how these technological advances were related to voyages of exploration, conquest and colonization


Declarative Knowledge

Procedural Knowledge

Concepts


Worldwide exploration caused conquest and colonization from 1450 to 1750.

Processes

  1. Reading Process

Organizing Ideas


  1. Students will summarize the events that led to worldwide exploration.

  2. Students will evaluate the causes of conquest and colonization.

  3. Students will consider the consequences of the slave trade.

  4. Students will identify the major technological innovations in shipbuilding, navigation, and naval warfare.

Details


  • Transatlantic slave trade

  • Ming Dynasty

  • Technological development

  • Qing Dynasty

  • Tokugawa Shogunate

  • Isolationism

  • North American Settlements

  • Aztecs

  • Incas

  • Colonization

  • Mercantilism

Skills

1. Read and use Maps, charts, globes,

graphs


Vocabulary


Transatlantic Manchus

Colonization daimyo

East India Company shoguns

Treaty of Tordesillas

Conquest


Mestizo

Mullatto


New France

New Spain

New England

Triangular trade



Middle passage

Columbian Exchange

Capitalism

Joint Stock Company






World History Benchmark #6

Standard Indicator: 6 – Scientific, Political, Cultural, and Industrial Revolutions: 1500-1900

9.1 Identify patterns of historical change and duration and construct a representation that illustrates continuity and change.

9.3 Investigate and interpret multiple causation in analyzing historical actions, and analyze cause-and-effect relationships

9.5 Use technology in the process of conducting historical research and in the presentation of the products of historical research and current events

6.1 Examine how the Scientific Revolution, as well as technological changes and new forms of energy, brought about massive social, economic, and cultural change.

6.2 Trace the origins and consequences of the English Civil War on the government and society of England.

6.4 Compare and contrast the causes and events of the American and French Revolutions of the late eighteenth century and explain consequences for the growth of liberty, equality and democracy in Europe, the Americas and other parts of the world

6.7 Analyze and evaluate the influence of Christianity, the Enlightenment and democratic revolutions and ideas in various regions of the world



Declarative Knowledge

Procedural Knowledge

Concepts


Revolutionary events caused global consequences in Western Europe from 1500 to 1900.

Processes

  1. Scientific Method

  2. Federal System

  3. Nation-State

  4. Historical

Research

Organizing Ideas



  1. Students will compare and contrast the causes and events that led to the major revolutions of this time period.

  2. Students will describe the impact of that the Enlightenment had upon political thought in government.

  3. Students will evaluate how the competition for resources led to many of the revolutions.

Details



  • Scientific Revolution

  • French Revolution

  • American Revolution

  • English Civil War

  • Industrial Revolution

  • Latin American Independence

  • Enlightenment

  • Declaration of Independence

Skills

  1. Reading maps,

graphs, charts,

  1. Analysis of

historical events

and outcomes.



Vocabulary


Absolute monarch

Divine rights

Skepticism

Edict of Nante

Westernization

Restoration

Habeas Corpus

Constitutional Monarchy

Parliament

Heliocentric Theory

Social Contract

Natural Rights



Separation of powers

Baroque


Neoclassical

Enlightened despot

Checks and Balances

Bill of Rights

Estates

National Assembly



Great Fear

Declaration of the Rights of Man



Coup de tat

Napoleonic Code

Battle of Trafalgar

Blockade


Continental System

Guerilla


Scorched earth policy

Waterloo


Balance of Power

Holy Alliance

Concert of Europe

Peninsulars

Creoles


Conservatives

Liberals


Radicals

Nationalism

Balkans

Realpolitik



Kaiser

Romanticism

Realism

Impressionism



Reign of Terro





World History Benchmark #7

Standard Indicator: 7 and 8 – Global Imperialism: 1500 to present

An Era of Global Conflicts, Challenges, Controversies and Changes: 1900 to present

7.1 Discuss, Trace, and analyze the rise of nationalism in Europe, North America and Asia and explain the causes of main events and global consequences of imperialism and World War I.

7.3 Analyze Japanese responses to challenges by Western imperial powers and the impact of these responses on Japan’s subsequent development as an industrial, military and imperial power.

8.3 Compare the totalitarian ideologies, institutions and leaders of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Germany and Italy in the 1920s, 1920s, and 1940s.

8.4 Identify and analyze the causes, events and consequences of World War II

8.5 Explain the origins and purposes of international alliances in the context of World War I and War II

8.6 Explain the causes and consequences of the Cold War.

8.7 Identify new post-war nations in South and Southeast Asia and Africa that were created from former colonies, and describe the reconfiguration of the African continent.

8.9 Describe ethnic or nationalistic conflicts and violence in various parts of the world, including Southeastern Europe, Southwest and Central Asia, and subSaharan Africa

9.3 Investigate and interpret multiple causations in analyzing historical actions, and analyze cause-and-effect relationships.



Declarative Knowledge

Procedural Knowledge

Concepts

Significant political, social, and economic events changed the world from 1900 to the present.

Processes

1. Research and writing process

Organizing Ideas


  1. Students will trace and explain the political, social, and economic changes in the world due to World War I and II.

  2. Students will analyze the revolutions that led to the fall and rise of governments.

  3. Students will compare and contrast the different ideologies that emerged during this time period.

  4. Students will discuss the successes and failures of democratic reform movements.

Details


  • Causes and outcomes of WWI: alliances, imperialism, milittarism, nationalism

  • Causes and outcomes of WWII: facism, Nazism, totalitarianism, Treaty of Versailles, Great Depression, Pearl Harbor, D-Day, Holocaust, Nuremburg Trials, Cold War, Iron Curtain, Containment, Truman Doctrine, Marshall Plan, NATO, Warsaw Pact

  • Brinkmanship, Space race, SALT, domino theory, detante,

Skills

  1. Maps, charts, graphs, globes

  2. Analysis of the causes and effects of WWI, WWII, and the Cold War.

  3. Categorize the technological advances in warfare

Vocabulary

Racism


Social Darwinism

Unification

Paternalism

Assimilation

Geopolitics

Crimean War

Sepoy Mutiny

Raj


Pacific Rim

Annexation

Opium War

Extra territorial rights

Taiping Rebellion

Sphere of Influence

Open Door Policy

Boxer Rebellion

Treaty of Kanagawa

Meiji Era

Russo-Japanese War

Caudillo


Monroe Doctrine

Spanish-American War

Panama Canal

Roosevelt Collorary

La Reforma

Mexican Revolution

Western Front


Eastern front

Trench warfare

Unrestricted submarine warfare

Total war

Rationing

Propaganda

Armistice

Fourteen Points

Self-determination

League of Nations

Bolsheviks

Duma


Provisional government

Soviet


Command economy

Great Purge

Socialist Realism

Kuomintang

May fourth movement

Long march

Civil disobedience

Theory of Relativity

Existentialism

Surrealism

Jazz

Coalition government



Weinmar Republic

New Deal


Appeasement

Axis Powers

Munich Conference

Third Reich

Non-aggression pact

Blitzkrieg

Battle of Britain

Atlantic Charter

Battle of Midway

Aryans

Ghettoes


Final solution

Genocide


Battle of Stalingrad

Battle of the Bulge

Kamikaize

Demilitarization

United Nations

Commune


Cultural revolution

Red Guards

Vietnamization

Third world

Destalinization

Star Wars





Assessment Planning Guide World History

Essential Outcome 1: Hunter-gathers have traceable migratory patterns.


Summative Assessment:


Describe Assessment and Timeline

Method


Knowledge

Types of Reasoning

Performance Skills

Products

Formative: a and b migratory patterns of hunters-gatherers and the transition to river valley civilizations.

Timeline: 1 week



Multiple choice

x










Formative: C identify and describe the social, cultural, and economic characteristics of agricultural settlements.



Multiple choice

x













Essential Outcome 2: Civilizations from 4000 BC to 500 AD have specific characteristics.

Summative Assessments:



Describe Assessment and Timeline

Method


Knowledge

Types of Reasoning

Performance Skills

Products

Formative: a and d Summarize how governments and empires were developed.
Timeline: 1 week

Multiple choice/short answer

x










Formative: b and c Development of modern religions and the phases of cultural evolution.
Timeline: 1 week

Multiple choice

x










Assessment Planning Guide World History


Essential Outcome 3: Major Civilizations and Empires: 1500 B.C. to 1500 A.D.


Summative Assessment:


Describe Assessment and Timeline

Method


Knowledge

Types of Reasoning

Performance Skills

Formative: A and D

Growth of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam and the Middle Eastern kingdoms.

Timeline: 1 week


Multiple Choice and essay

x







Formative: B and C

Development of the eastern religions and the importance of Confucianism in China

Timeline: 1 week


Multiple Choice and essay

x








Assessment Planning Guide World History

Essential Outcome 4: Europe developed politically, economically, and socially from 1500 to 1650


Summative Assessment:


Describe Assessment and Timeline

Method


Knowledge

Types of Reasoning

Performance Skills

Formative: A, C, D

The rise and fall of the Roman Empire and development of

Feudalism. The development of cities and technology
Timeline: 2 weeks


Multiple choice and essay

x







Formative: B,E

Early kings and the relationship with the church, papal authority. The Reformation and the decline of church power


Timeline: 2 weeks


Multiple choice/ short answer essay

x







Assessment Planning Guide World History

Essential Outcome 5: Worldwide exploration caused conquest and colonization from 1450 to 1750


Summative Assessment:


Describe Assessment and Timeline

Method


Knowledge

Types of Reasoning

Performance Skills

Formative: A,B,D

Worldwide exploration and colonization with the technological, navigation, and warfare innovations


Timeline: 1 week

Multiple choice

x







Formative: C

Slave trade and its consequences


Timeline: 1 week



Multiple choice/essay

x









Assessment Planning Guide World History


Essential Outcome 6: Revolutionary events global consequences in Western Europe from 1500 to 1900


Summative Assessment:


Describe Assessment and Timeline

Method


Knowledge

Types of Reasoning

Performance Skills

Formative: B

The Enlightenment and political thought

Timeline: 1 week


Multiple choice

x







Formative: A, C

Major revolutions and the competition for resources


Timeline: 1 week



Multiple choice and matching

x









Assessment Planning Guide World History


Essential Outcome 7: Significant political, social, and economic events changed the world from 1900 to the present


Summative Assessment:


Describe Assessment and Timeline

Method


Knowledge

Types of Reasoning

Performance Skills

Formative: A, C

World War I and II and the different ideologies of the time period


Timeline: 4 weeks

Multiple choice, essay

x







Formative: B, D

Fall and rise of governments and the revolutions. The democratic reform movements



Timeline: 3 weeks

Multiple choice, essay

x







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