To understand how the current modern world can be understood by what we will learn in this class Any questions about this course or your responsibilities Overview of course content and skills Enduring Understandings (EUs) Answering questions Making connections
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To understand how the current modern world can be understood by what we will learn in this class
The present informed by the past – Day 2
War on Terrorism
The World Today
The World Today
Unit 1 : Seeds of Change: Emergence of the First Global Age (1450-1770)
Unit 2: Enlightenment and Revolution (1700-1850)
Unit 3: Industrialism and Imperialism: A New Age- (1800-1914)
Unit 4: World War I: Cause and Effect (World Wars and Revolutions 1910-1920)
Unit 5: Interwar Years:The Road to War-Nationalism and Revolutions Around the World and The Rise of Totalitarianism (1919-1939)
Unit 6: World War II and Cold War (World War II and Its Aftermath
Unit 7: The World Since 1945 - The World Today
Technology Culture/Society PoliticsGeographyEconomics
Reading KLG – a Case Study
Core 1 Research
Core 2 Research
The questions that p_____________ face as they raise ch______________ from in____________to adult life are not easy to an__________. Both fa____________ and m______________ can become concerned when health problems such as c________________ arise any time after the e_________ stage to later life. Experts recommend that young ch__________________ should have plenty of s_________________ and nutritious food for healthy growth. B_____________ and g___________ should not share the same b______________ or even sleep in the same r_____________. They may be afraid of the d___________.
The questions that poultrymen face as they raise chickens from incubation to adult life are not easy to answer. Both farmers and merchants can become concerned when health problems such as coccidiosis arise any time after the egg stage to later life. Experts recommend that young chicks should have plenty of sunshine and nutritious food for healthy growth. Banties and geese should not share the same barnyard or even sleep in the same room. They may be afraid of the dark.
With hocked gems financing himOur hero bravely defied all scornful laughterThat tried to prevent his schemeYour eyes deceive, he said,An egg,
Not a table,
Correctly typifies this unexplored domain.Now three sturdy sisters sought proofForging along sometimes through calm vastnessYet more often over turbulent peaks and valleysDays became weeksAs many doubters spread fearful rumoursAbout the edgeAt last from nowhere winged creatures appearedSignifying momentous success.
Now that you know what happened, why did it happen?
How may your understanding of this event change with a change in perspective?
Connections and discussion linking to current events
Indications of bias
Heading – what is the title of the section?
Explanation of causes and effects
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MWH Day 1 Agenda
causes and effects
Key eventsNotetaking – a Method
Why study world history project - The world and the US today are facing many significant “Revolutions” and wars that have their root causes in the past. Lessons from the past can also help us understand the “Revolutions” and wars, prepare solutions, avoid pitfalls observed from similar “Revolutions” and wars addressed in the past and better prepare ourselves to be citizens of the world.
Project: As a group, prepare a brief Powerpoint presentation for ONE assigned current “Revolution” or war.
The Renaissance 1300-1600
Leonardo da Vinci
Growing merchant class
Questioning importance of religion in gov’t
Greater availability of books
Changes in art/writing styles
Published laws, maps, social codes, BIBLES