[Social Studies] World History Unit - Assessments, Rubrics, Answer Keys

[Social Studies] World History Unit - Assessments, Rubrics, Answer Keys
[Social Studies] World History Unit - Assessments, Rubrics, Answer Keys
[Social Studies] World History Unit - Assessments, Rubrics, Answer Keys
[Social Studies] World History Unit - Assessments, Rubrics, Answer Keys
[Social Studies] World History Unit - Assessments, Rubrics, Answer Keys
[Social Studies] World History Unit - Assessments, Rubrics, Answer Keys
[Social Studies] World History Unit - Assessments, Rubrics, Answer Keys
[Social Studies] World History Unit - Assessments, Rubrics, Answer Keys
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[Social Studies] World History Unit - Assessments, Rubrics, Answer Keys

Unit 1: Emergence of Early Civilizations and Cultures (Beginnings of Human History to 600 CE) (1st Six Weeks)

1.1 I can analyze the environmental factors that enabled their migration to other world regions and the ways in which they adapted to different environment. 9.4.3.6.1

1.2 I can describe when and how humans began to domesticate wild plants and animals and develop agricultural societies. 9.4.3.7.1

1.3 I can compare and contrast the cultural differences between the hunter gatherer and early agricultural societies. 9.4.3.7.2

1.4 I can describe the development, characteristics, interactions and decline of civilizations in Afro-Eurasia. 9.4.3.8.1

1.5 I can analyze the emergence, development, and impact of religions and philosophies of this ear, including Hinduism, Confucianism, Buddhism, Judaism and Christianity. 9.4.3.8.3

1.6 I can describe the rise and significance of Islam in Southwest Asia and its expansion and institutionalization into other regions. 9.4.3.9.1

Unit 2: Interregional Unity (600 – 1450 CE) (2nd Six Weeks)

2.1 I can describe the characteristics of the Swahili, Ghana and Mali Songhai cultures in Africa, including trade across longer distances and the impact of Islam. 9.4.3.9.2

2.2 I can compare and contrast the cultures of China (Yuan/Mongol and Ming) and Japan (Heian and early Shogunates), including the consolidation of belief systems. 9.4.3.9.3

2.3 I can analyze the impact of Indian Ocean trade on the cultures in South and Southeast Asia. 9.4.3.9.4

2.4 I can compare and contrast the cultures in eastern and western Europe, including the role of Christianity, feudalism and the impact of diseases and climate change. 9.4.3.9.5

2.5 I can analyze the factors that led to the emergence and expansion of the multi-ethnic Aztec and Inca empires in the America. 9.4.3.9.6

2.6 I can describe the intensified exchanges of scientific, artistic, and historical knowledge among Europe, Africa and Southwest Asia, evaluate the impact on Christian and Islamic societies. 9.4.3.9.7

Unit 3: Global Convergence (1400 – 1750 CE) (3rd Six Weeks)

3.1 I can explain the Reformation and Counter-Reformation and analyze their impact throughout the Atlantic world. 9.4.3.10.1

3.2 I can explain the social, political and economic changes in Europe that led to trans-oceanic exploration and colonization. 9.4.3.10.2

3.3 I can describe the impact of interactions and negotiations between African leaders and European traders on long-distance trade networks. 9.4.3.10.3

Unit 4: Industrialization and Imperialism (1750-1914) (4th Six Weeks)

4.1 I can describe the causes and impact of the Industrial Revolution. 9.4.3.11.1

4.2 I can explain the causes and consequences of the French Revolution and Napoleonic Era. 9.4.3.11.2

4.3 I can analyze the causes and consequences of the independence movements and rebellions in the Latin America. 9.4.3.11.3

4.4 I can compare and contrast the shift from chattel slavery to other forms of labor in different world regions, and its effects on world-wide migration patterns. 9.4.3.11.4 9.4.3.11.5

4.5 I can compare and contrast the development and results of state building and nationalism in the nineteenth century. 9.4.3.11.6

4.6 I can explain the effects of imperialism on Africa and Asia. 9.4.3.11.7, 9.4.3.11.8

Unit 5: The World Wars (1914-1950) (5th Six Weeks)

5.1 I can describe the social, political and economic causes and consequences of World War. 9.4.3.12.1

5.2 I can explain the rise and effects of communism and socialism in Europe and Asia. 9.4.3.12.2

5.3 I can describe the social, political and economic causes, as well as the main turning points of, World War II. 9.4.3.12.3

5.4 I can explain the causes and consequences of the Nazi Holocaust, and its influence on post World War II human rights movements. 9.4.3.12.4

5.5 I can identify major developments in science, medicine and technology between 1900 and 1950, and analyze their benefits and dangers on the global society. 9.4.3.12.5

Unit 6: The Global Era (1950-Present) (6th Six Weeks)

6.1 I can trace the political and economic changes in China from the Communist Revolution until recent times. 9.4.3.13.1

6.2 I can evaluate the degree to which individuals and groups have shaped the development of various post-colonial governments. 9.4.3.13.2

6.3 I can explain how the Cold War shaped the global geopolitical climate, including proxy wars and the Non-Aligned Movement. 9.4.3.13.3

6.4 I can describe the response of the world community to human rights violations, including the response to apartheid in South Africa. 9.4.3.13.4

6.5 I can analyze the causes and consequences of the long-term unrest in the Middle East. 9.4.3.14.1

6.6 I can analyze the social, political and economic impact of globalization and technological advancement, including the effects on the economies of developing countries and the impact on political power and political boundaries. 9.4.3.14.2

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