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Struggling to make Industrialization and Imperialism relevant to your world history students? You’ve found the right resource. This interactive notebook unit will keep your students organized and engaged. It’s packed with interactive activities and detailed lesson plans.
Industrialization and Imperialism is the perfect way to introduce your students to this important moment in history. Students will learn about the rise of Europe, the U.S., and Japan on the world stage, and more.
★ Topics Include: ★
- Focused Vocabulary
- Thematic Current Events
- Industrialization (beginnings in England, spread to the U.S., Germany, and Japan, Communism, Capitalism)
- Reform Movements (Child Labor, Education, Prison, Women’s Sufferage)
- New Imperialism (Berlin Conference, Scramble for Africa, U.S., China, India, Indochina)
- Primary Source Analysis (Communist Manifest, Wealth of Nations)
★ Here's What You Get: ★
- Daily Lesson Plans
- Editable PowerPoint Presentations--easy to load into Google Slides
- Cloze Notes--great for students who need modifications
- Foldable Graphic Organizers--truly, tactile learning benefits even high schoolers
- Primary Source Analysis
- Exit Tickets
- Answer Keys
- Study Guide and Test
- Editable Versions of Most of The Resources--I will show you how to load these into Google Slides so they're ready to be assigned digitally in a snap!
★ FAQS ★
♦ Q: My school discourages me from using the number of copies I need to make interactive notebooks.
♦ A: No worries! It's super easy to use the EDITABLE resources digitally--just insert them into Slides with ONE click! (Psst...most of the resources are editable.)
♦ Q: I see that this unit is marked for 7th-10th grades. Why the broad range?
♦ A: I teach AP world history and needed to shift and find resources for struggling 10th graders, so I designed this course. I’ve gotten a lot of feedback from middle school teachers (even 6th grade) that this course works really well for their students, as well as 9th and 10th grade teachers that their students love it!
♦ Q: I noticed that your daily lesson plans are designed for the block schedule. I teach on traditional. Will this work for me?
♦ A: Yes! It's super-easy to modify them for traditional. I give you instructions on how to do it quickly!
★ What Teachers Like You Said...★
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ English for All Ages said, "Extremely thorough. This really makes teaching this subject easy and fun. Thanks!"
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Bethany N. said, "I love all of the activities in these units. These vocabulary strategies are great for teaching struggling readers terms."
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ keela R. said, "Tackled really challenging concepts for kids in bite sized and beautiful graphic designers and its helping me with lesson planning immensely with historical skills for inquiry in the source analysis. Thankyou ☺️"
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Jane P. said, "Leah, you must be an amazing history teacher! This material is a comprehensive overview of the age of Industrialization and Imperialism. The assignments are interesting and relevant, and the daily lesson plans are explicitly laid out. I love the review game and I know the students will, too. The Prezi is entertaining and informative. I love the film clips you chose! Thank you for making this incredible unit available."
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*** Each unit contains daily lesson plans, ideas for implementation, and tons of creative and engaging resources. Oh, and don’t forget about the editable component. You can use that to customize and digitize! ***
➩ Take your students back to the dawn of civilization. Engage them with Mesopotamia, India, China, and Egypt through concepts such as empire-building, religion, government, and laws.
➩ Guide your students through Classical Greece (from the Persian Wars through Alexander the Great) and Ancient Rome (from republic to fall). Tell stories and read sources that have shaped Western thought for centuries.
➩ Juxtapose the East–the Mongols, the Golden Age of Islam, the Byzantine Empire, and the great trading kingdoms of Africa–with the West–the Franks, the Holy Roman Empire, feudalism, and the rise of nation-states. Who knew the Middle Ages were so fascinating?
➩ Students witness the ascension of European art, banking, and ideas and the causes and effects of the second great divide in Christianity as modern Europe emerges.
➩ Show your students that exploration wasn’t only about technology and explorers. The prize of European exploration? The long-thriving Indian Ocean Trade. The ultimate result? The opening of the world, a new trade route, and the devastation of Old Imperialism and chattel slavery.
➩ Drive home the power of thought, assembly, and the pen to your students. Old forms of government give way to seismic change spurred by new ideas with the American, French, Haitian, and Latin American Revolutions.
➩ Your students will understand the power of economics as they analyze the major catalyst of New Imperialism–the Industrial Revolution. The world order changes dramatically as Europe, the U.S., and Japan use their newfound economic might to alter the world’s trajectory.
➩ The previous units set the stage for this tragic war–one propelled by militarism, alliances, imperialism, and nationalism. The punitive treaty and lack of self-determination for the colonies would set the stage for the tumultuous interwar years and the second world war.
➩ Take your students through the “Anything Goes” Jazz Age to the global devastation of the Great Depression. They’ll understand the causes for the rise of fascism and communism and witness civil war in China and civil disobedience in India.
➩ Students will see that the Treaty of Versailles failed to solve the problems that led to WWI, culminating in WWII. Fascism is defeated and a new, devastating weapon permanently changes the nature of warfare, while the Holocaust reveals unimaginable devastation and darkness.
➩ Take your students on a topical tour of the contemporary world. They’ll see continuities and changes over time in the increasingly global age and the effects of past events with decolonization, genocide, and terrorism.
➩ Digital flipbooks, webquests, presentations, and more–all in full-color on Google Slides that students can type right on to and submit to you on Google Classroom or whatever your LMS happens to be. I’m still adding to this folder as I digitize and create new resources.
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