Year At A Glance

1st Grading Cycle

 

Early Civilizations (8000 BCE – 500 BCE)

  • analyze the development of agriculture
  • identify the characteristics of a civilization
  • analyze the development of river valley civilizations
  • identify the characteristics of a theocracy as a form of government
  • analyze the impact of Hammurabi's Code
  • analyze the origins, central ideas, and the spread of Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, and monotheism
  • identify the origin and diffusion of new ideas in mathematics, science, and technology

     

    TEKS:

    WH.1A;WH.2A,B;WH.15A,B;WH.16A,B,C;WH.17A,B;WH.19A;WH.20B;WH.22A; WH.23A;WH.27A;WH.29A,F,G,H;WH.31B

     

     

     

    Celebrate Freedom

  • identify the characteristics of democracy
  • analyze the impact of the Declaration of Independence
  • analyze the impact of the U.S. Constitution

     

    TEKS:

    WH.19B;WH.20B;WH.29D;WH.30A; WH.31A,B

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Classical Civilizations (500 BCE – 600 CE)

  • analyze the development of Greece, Rome, Persia, India, & China
  • analyze the influence of river valley civilizations
  • identify the major political, religious/philosophical, and cultural influences of Persia, India, China, Israel, Greece, and Rome,
  • analyze the development of monotheism, Judaism, and Christianity
  • identify the characteristics of theocracy, absolute monarchy, democracy, republic, oligarchy
  • analyze the origins, central ideas, and the spread of Christianity, Confucianism, Judaism, & Sikhism
  • analyze the origin and diffusion of new ideas in mathematics, science, and technology
  • identify the contributions of Archimedes, Eratosthenes, & Pythagoras

     

    TEKS:

    WH.1B;WH.2C;WH.3A;WH.16A;WH.19B;WH.21B; WH.22B; WH.23A;WH.25A,B; WH.27A,E;WH.29B,F,H;WH.30A,D;WH.31A

     

     

     

    The Middle Ages: Europe (600 CE – 1450 CE)

  • analyze the development and spread of Christianity
  • identify the causes and effects of the decline of Rome
  • analyze the formation of medieval Europe
  • analyze the impact of the Mongol invasions on Europe, China, India and Southwest Asia
  • analyze the impact of the fall of Rome on Western Europe
  • analyze the development of the political/social system of feudalism
  • analyze the development of the economic system of manorialism
  • analyze the impact of Islam on Europe
  • analyze the interactions between Muslim and Christians in Europe and Asia
  • indentify the contribution of the Crusades, the Black Death, the Hundred Years’ War, and the Great Schism to the end of medieval Europe
  • analyze the impact of Justinian’s Code of Laws and the Magna Carta
  • analyze religious influences on society

 

TEKS:

WH.1B,C;WH.3B,C;WH.4A,B,C,D,E,G;WH.16A;WH.20B;WH.22A,B; WH.23A,B;WH.29B,F;WH.30A,D

 

 

SISD Year At A Glance Curriculum Calendar- World History2014-2015

2nd Grading Cycle

 

The Middle Ages: Asia & Africa (600 CE – 1450 CE)

  • analyze the development and influences of Islam
  • analyze the impact of the Mongol invasions on China, India and Southwest Asia
  • compare factors that led to the collapse of Rome and Han China
  • analyze the impact of Islam
  • analyze the development and impact of the Tang and Song dynasties
  • analyze the development of the slave trade
  • analyze the impact of the Silk Road and African gold-salt trade
  • analyze the development of Sikhism
  • identify the origin and diffusion of major new ideas in mathematics, science, and technology

     

    TEKS:

    WH. 1B,C; WH.3C; WH.4D,E,F,H,I,J,K; WH.15B; WH.16A,B; WH.23A,B; WH.25D; WH.27A; WH.29B,F; WH.30A,C,D

     

     

    Renaissance & Reformation (1450 CE – 1750 CE)

  • analyze the development and impact of the Renaissance
  • analyze the development and impact of the Reformation
  • identify examples of religious influence
  • analyze the influence of Elizabeth I
  • analyze the relationship among Christianity, individualism, and growing secularism
  • identify and analyze significant examples of art and architecture, literature, music, and drama
  • identify the origin and diffusion of major new ideas in mathematics, science, and technology

     

    TEKS:

    WH.1D;WH.5A,B;WH.16A;WH.23B;WH.24B;WH.25C;WH.26A,B,C;WH.27A,C;WH.29B,C,F;WH.30A;WH.31A

     

     

     

    Exploration, Expansion, & Global Trade (1450 CE – 1750 CE)

  • analyze the development of the Maya, Inca, and Aztec civilizations
  • analyze the causes of European expansion from 1450 to 1750
  • analyze the impact of European exploration/colonization on Mesoamerica and South America
  • analyze the impact of the Columbian Exchange on the Americas and Europe
  • analyze the impact of the Atlantic slave trade on West Africa and the Americas
  • analyze the impact of the Ottoman Empire on Eastern Europe and global trade
  • analyze the impact of Ming China on global trade
  • identify market factors and principles that contributed to the success of Europe’s Commercial Revolution
  • analyze the influence of trade in the Indian Ocean
  • identify examples of religious influence
  • identify the origin and diffusion of major new ideas in astronomy, mathematics, architectural engineering, science, and technology

 

TEKS:

WH.1D; WH.6A,B;WH.7A,B,C,D,E,F;WH.16A,B;WH.23B;WH.27B;WH.29B,C,F;WH.30A; WH.31A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SISD Year At A Glance Curriculum Calendar- World History2014-2015

 

3rd Grading Cycle

 

Political Revolutions (1750 CE – 1914 CE)

  • analyze the impact of the Enlightenment
  • analyze the causes, characteristics, and consequences of the American and French revolutions
  • analyze the role of the Enlightenment, Glorious Revolutions, and religion
  • analyze the impact of Napoleon Bonaparte and the Napoleonic wars
  • analyze the development of Latin American revolutions
  • analyze the role of Simon Bolivar
  • analyze the development and influence of separation of powers, checks and balances, liberty, equality, democracy, popular sovereignty, human rights, constitutionalism, and nationalism
  • identify characteristics of theocracy, absolute monarchy, democracy, republic, limited monarchy, and totalitarianism
  • identify the political philosophies of John Locke, Thomas Hobbes, Voltaire, Charles de Montesquieu, Jean Jacques Rousseau, Thomas Aquinas, John Calvin, Thomas Jefferson, and William Blackstone
  • analyze the impact of Mary Wollstonecraft and William Wilberforce

     

    TEKS

    WH.1E; WH.9A,B,C,D; WH.16A; WH.19B; WH.20A,C; WH.21A,B,C; WH.29B,C,E,F; WH.30A,B,C

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Scientific, Industrial, & Economic Revolutions (1750 CE – 1914 CE)

  • analyze the development and impact of the Scientific Revolutions
  • analyze the development and impact of modern economic systems
  • analyze the development and impact of the Industrial Revolution
  • identify the origins and characteristics of the free enterprise system and communism
  • identify the influences and contributions of Adam Smith and Karl Marx
  • describe the influences of Elizabeth I and Queen Victoria
  • describe the changing roles of women, children, and families
  • identify the contributions of Nicolas Copernicus, Johannes Kepler, Galileo Galilei, Isaac Newton, Robert Boyle, Marie Curie, Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein, Luis Pasteur, and James Watt

     

    TEKS

    WH.1E; WH.8A,B,C,D,E; WH.16A,B,C; WH.17A,B; WH.18A,B,C,F; WH.24A,B; WH.27D,E; WH.28A,B,E; WH.29F; WH.30A,C

     

     

    Global Conflicts: World War I & Russian Revolution (1900 CE – 1930 CE)

  • identify the political, economic, and social impact of World War I
  • identify the causes and effects of World War I
  • identify the major characteristics of World War I
  • explain the effects of new military technologies
  • explain the impact of Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points
  • identify and explain the significance of the League of Nations
  • explain the impact of the Treaty of Versailles
  • identify the causes of the Russian Revolution
  • describe the effects of the Russian Revolution on Russia and World War I
  • describe the establishment of the USSR
  • identify the causes of the global depression and the responses of certain nations

 

TEKS

WH.1F; WH.10A,B,C,D; WH.11A,B; WH.16A; WH.19B; WH.20D; WH.28C; WH.29B,F; WH.30A,C; WH.31A

 

 

 

SISD Year At A Glance Curriculum Calendar- World History 2014-2015

 

4th Grading Cycle

 

Global Conflicts: World War II (1920 CE – 1945 CE)

  • identify and explain the causes of World War II
  • identify and describe the major events of World War II
  • identify the political, economic, and social impact of World War II
  • explain the effects of new military technologies
  • describe the characteristics of totalitarianism
  • explain the roles of various world leaders
  • identify the origins and characteristics of fascism
  • identify and describe the Holocaust
  • assess the advancement of American ideals

     

    TEKS

    WH.1F; WH.12A,B,C; WH.16A; WH.18D; WH.22D,F; WH.28C; WH.29B,F; WH.30A,C; WH.31A

     

     

    Global Issues: The Cold War (1945 CE – 1990 CE)

  • identify and explain the causes and effect of the Cold War
  • identify and describe the major events of the Cold War
  • explain the effects of new military technologies
  • identify and explain the roles of Ronald Reagan, Mikhail Gorbachev, Lech Walesa, and Pope John Paul II
  • identify the factors that led to communism in China and how it differed from the USSR
  • identify Mao Zedong and his role in the rise of communism in China
  • explain the collapse of the communist command economy system
  • explain the significance and describe the role of the United Nations
  • assess the advancement of American ideals

     

    TEKS

    WH.1F; WH.13A,B,C,D; 16A; 18E; WH20.D; WH.21A; WH.22F; WH.24B; WH.28C; WH.29B,F; WH.30A,C

     

     

    Global Issues: Decolonization, Terrorism & Globalization (1945 CE – Present)

  • identify and describe the causes and effects of decolonization and independence movements of Africa, the Middle East, and South Asia
  • identify the causes and effects of globalization
  • identify the causes and effects of terrorism
  • assess the creation of the State of Israel and the ongoing conflict with the other Middle Eastern nations
  • explain the role of Islam and al Qaeda in terroristic events of the 20th century
  • explain and describe the U.S. response to terrorism
  • summarize the economic and social impact of globalization
  • identify and explain politically motivated mass murders
  • identify and describe genocide in the Balkans, Rwanda, Darfur and the Congo
  • identify and describe the influences of women
  • identify and describe those who led resistance to political oppression
  • assess the advancement of American ideals
  • summarize the role of telecommunication technology, transportation technology, computer technology, and medical advancements

 

TEKS

WH.1F; WH.13E,F; WH.14A,B; WH.16A; WH.17C; WH.21A; WH.22C,D,E,F; WH.24B; WH.28D; WH.29F; WH.30A,C; WH.31A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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