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NAME. The Unit Organizer. 4. BIGGER PICTURE. DATE. NEXT UNIT. /Experience. LAST UNIT. /Experience. 2. 3. CURRENT UNIT. CURRENT UNIT. 1. 8. UNIT MAP. is about. 5. CRITICAL INFORMATION. 6. UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS. RELATIONSHIPS. UNIT. 7. India Today.

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NAME

The Unit Organizer

4

BIGGER PICTURE

DATE

NEXT UNIT

/Experience

LAST UNIT

/Experience

2

3

CURRENT UNIT

CURRENT UNIT

1

8

UNIT MAP

is about...

5

CRITICAL INFORMATION

6

UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS

RELATIONSHIPS

UNIT

7

India Today

Countries Around the World

Southwest Asia

Koreas, Vietnam, Japan

India

Multiple Choice-Roles of Citizens

in India, Government of India, Early

Civilization Achievements, Rules of

the Caste System, Natural Resources

Found in India, Tsunami, European

Country that Controlled India,

Urbanization of India, Population Location

of India, Indicators of High or Low Standard

of Living

The physical features, religions focusing on Hinduism & Buddhism, history including British Imperialism and continuing through present day India's struggles and successes

Physical Features

Concluding with

Start

with

Which those physical features are connected to

The history which includes

That shares similarities with

Matching-

Buddhism and Hinduism

*History of How it Started, Main Beliefs,

How it Spread, God(s), Laws They Follow

(4 Noble Truths/8 Fold Path)

Indus and Ganges River

*Location, Reason Why Important,

Why Valuable

Imperial India

Hinduism

Buddhism

Fill-in-Himalayas, Monsoon,

Subcontinent, Delta, Imperialism,

Gandhi

Indiana State Standards AND Short Answer Questions are on back.

** Denotes Short Answer question

Remember these ideas when answering the Short Answer questions:

Use complete sentences

Answer ALL the questions

You are REQUIRED to use information/data/ideas to explain or defend your ideas

All of the above ideas are further discussed on your Essay Format Handout AND in class.

Other Important Ideas

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Indiana State Standards

  • **Denotes Short Answer Questions
  • Identify and compare the rise of early agricultural river valley civilizations in Africa and Asia. Example: Indus River Valley (7.1.1)
  • Describe the historical origins, central beliefs and spread of major religions. Example: Hinduism, Buddhism(7.1.4)
  • Trace the rise, spread and influence of the Mongols including the Mughal control of South Asia. (7.1.9)
  • **Explain the reasons for European colonization of Africa, Asia and the Southwest Pacific. Example British in India (7.1.13)
  • **Describe and compare the responses of the indigenous people of India European imperialism. (7.1.14)
  • Describe the impact of industrialization, urbanization and globalization in post-colonial India, (7.1.17)
  • Create and compare timelines that identify major people and events and developments in the history of civilization and/or countries of Africa, Asia and the Southwest Pacific. Example: India from 1950 to the present (7.1.17)
  • Analysis and Interpretation, Research: Analyze cause-and-effect relationships, bearing in mind multiple causation in the role of individuals, beliefs and chance in history. Example: Independence movements in India (7.1.21)
  • Distinguish between unsupported expressions of opinion and informed hypotheses grounded in historical evidence. (7.1.22)
  • Compare perspectives of history in Africa, Asia and the Southwest Pacific using fictional and nonfictional accounts. (7.1.23)
  • **Give examples of the different routes to independence from colonial rule taken by countries in Asia, Africa and the Southwest Pacific. Example: India (7.1.2)
  • Identify and compare historical and contemporary governments in India. (7.2.2)
  • Using a variety of information resources, describe how major forms of governments of India currently protect or have protected citizens and their civil and human rights. (7.2.3)
  • 13. Define and compare citizenship and the citizen's role in selected countries of Africa, Asia and the Southwest Pacific. Example: Compare methods of
  • voting, participation in voluntary organizations and participation in government in India (7,2.5)
  • 14. Identify and describe major physical characteristics of regions in Africa, Asia and the Southwest Pacific. Example: mts, rivers
  • 15. Explain how ocean currents and winds (monsoons) influence climate differences in Africa, Asia and the Southwest Pacific and explain how they are
  • adapted through industry, agriculture and housing. (7.3.5)
  • 16. Give examples and describe the formation of important river deltas, mountains and bodies of water in Africa, Asia and the Southwest Pacific. Example:
  • Indus & Ganges River Delta (7.3.7)
  • 17. Describe ecosystems of Africa's deserts, Asia's mountain regions (Himalayas & Mt. Everest), and the coral reefs of Australia. (7.3.8)
  • 18. Identify and explain the importance of the early cultural hearths in the Indus River Valley. (7.3.11)
  • 19. Identify current trends and patterns of rural and urban population distribution in selected countries of Africa, Asia and the Southwest Pacific. Example:
  • Life expectancy, income, industry, education, natural resources, climate and land forms in India. (7.3.12)

University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning 2006