The unit bundle, which contains 20 lessons, begins with the collapse of Napoleon's empire with the Congress of Vienna meeting to the international tensions that led to the outbreak of the First World War.
This unit enables students to work in pairs and in groups with the analysis of primary and secondary sources, including political cartoons of New Imperialism.
DBQs are also included in this unit bundle with the revised 2015 DBQ rubric for grading purposes.
Other major features in this unit include: the rise of revolutions and nationalism in Europe in the 1830s and 1840s, the emergence of the Industrial Revolutions - its positives and negative effects, unification processes in Italy and Germany, the Age of Romanticism, and the impact of New Imperialism in China, the Middle East, India, and in Africa.
All of the lessons are aligned with the AP European History Key Concept and Learning Standards. They are also aligned with the Common Core Learning Standards.