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1 Map: GLOBAL 10 Type: Consensus Grade Level: 10 School Year: Author: Jeff Fogler District/Building: Minisink Valley CSD/High School Created: 11/06/2007 Last Updated: 11/06/2007 << Refresh Map Content << Printable Version What are the effects of geography on the Middle East? Describe the similarities and differences of the monotheistic religions. MIDDLE EAST --- Pre History, Neolithic Revolution, River Valley Civilizations, Ancient Civilizations, Monotheistic Religions, Golden Age of Islam, The Ottoman Empire SS3-K1-1C SS3-K1-1E SS3-K1-1F SS3-K2-1C SS3-K2-1D SS3-K2-1E How has nationalism affected the Middle East in the 20th century? Discuss the importance of natural resources in the Middle East MIDDLE EAST--- Nationalism, 20th Century Relations EUROPE--- Ancient Greece, Hellenistic Civilization SS2-K4-1C SS4-K1-1B SS4-K1-1D SS4-K1-1E SS4-K1-1F SS4-K1-1G SS4-K2-1A SS4-K2-1B

2 What influence has ancient Greece had upon the world. Discuss the contributions of the Greek golden age. ANCIENT ROME--- Byzantine Empire SS3-K1-1C SS3-K2-1B SS3-K2-1D SS3-K2-1E SS5-K1-1C What is the effect of decentralized government on Europe? How did Feudalism impact Europe? EUROPE--- Dark Age, Black Death, Crusades, High Middle Ages SS2-K4-1C SS4-K2-1A SS5-K1-1A SS5-K1-1B How did the classical world influence the renaissances? What is the impact of humanism on the renaissances in Europe? What is the impact of the spirit of inquiry? EUROPE--- Renaissances, Reformation,

3 What impact did these events have upon the renaissances? How did these two movements help lead to European dominance in the new world? Europe--- Age of Discovery, Scientific Revolution SS3-K1-1E SS3-K2-1B SS3-K2-1C SS3-K2-1E What led to questioning of authority? How did humanism affect new ideas in government? How did the enlightenment affect the Age of Revolution? EUROPE--- Absolutism, Enlightenment, Age of Revolution SS5-K1-1A SS5-K1-1B SS5-K2-1B What were the impacts of technology on society nationally and internationally? What wwere the causes of WWI? EUROPE--- Industrial Revolution, 19th Century Nationalism, WWI SS4-K1-1B How did WWI lead to WWII? What were the positive and negative effects of WWII and EUROPE--- WWII, The Cold War, Post Cold War Era

4 the Cold War? SS3-K1-1B SS3-K1-1C SS3-K1-1E SS3-K1-1F SS3-K2-1B SS5-K1-1A SS5-K1-1B SS5-K1-1C SS5-K2-1A REGENTS REVIEW Key to Standards used in this Map [8 occurrences] - SS Standard 2 - Key Idea 1 [World History i] - Performance Indicator 1A - define culture and civilization, explaining how they developed and changed over time. Investigate the various components of cultures and civilizations including social customs, norms, values, and traditions; political systems; economic systems; religions and spiritual beliefs; and socialization or educational practices. [8 occurrences] - SS Standard 2 - Key Idea 1 [World History i] - Performance Indicator 1B - understand the development and connectedness of Western civilization and other civilizations and cultures in many areas of the world and over time. [8 occurrences] - SS Standard 2 - Key Idea 1 [World History i] - Performance Indicator 1C - analyze historic events from around the world by examining accounts written from different perspectives. [7 occurrences] - SS Standard 2 - Key Idea 1 [World History i] - Performance Indicator 1D - understand the broad patterns, relationships, and interactions of cultures and civilizations during particular eras and across eras. [8 occurrences] - SS Standard 2 - Key Idea 1 [World History i] - Performance Indicator 1E - analyze changing and competing interpretations of issues, events, and developments throughout world history. [8 occurrences] - SS Standard 2 - Key Idea 2 [World History ii] - Performance Indicator 1A - distinguish between the past, present, and future by creating multiple-tier timelines that display important events and developments from world history across time and place. [8 occurrences] - SS Standard 2 - Key Idea 2 [World History ii] - Performance Indicator 1B - evaluate the effectiveness of different models for the periodization of important historic events, identifying the reasons why a particular sequence for these events was chosen. [8 occurrences] - SS Standard 2 - Key Idea 2 [World History ii] - Performance Indicator 1C - analyze evidence critically and demonstrate an understanding of how circumstances of time and place influence perspective. [8 occurrences] - SS Standard 2 - Key Idea 2 [World History ii] - Performance Indicator 1D - explain the importance of analyzing narratives drawn from different times and places to understand historical events. [7 occurrences] - SS Standard 2 - Key Idea 2 [World History ii] - Performance Indicator 1E - investigate key events and developments and major turning points in world history to identify the factors that brought about change and the long-term effects of these changes. [8 occurrences] - SS Standard 2 - Key Idea 3 [World History iii] - Performance Indicator 1A - analyze the roles and contributions of individuals and groups to

5 social, political, economic, cultural, and religious practices and activities. [8 occurrences] - SS Standard 2 - Key Idea 3 [World History iii] - Performance Indicator 1B - explain the dynamics of cultural change and how interactions between and among cultures has affected various cultural groups throughout the world. [8 occurrences] - SS Standard 2 - Key Idea 3 [World History iii] - Performance Indicator 1C - examine the social/cultural, political, economic, and religious norms and values of Western and other world cultures. [5 occurrences] - SS Standard 2 - Key Idea 4 [World History iv] - Performance Indicator 1A - identify historical problems, pose analytical questions or hypotheses, research analytical questions or test hypotheses, formulate conclusions or generalizations, raise new questions or issues for further investigation. [6 occurrences] - SS Standard 2 - Key Idea 4 [World History iv] - Performance Indicator 1B - interpret and analyze documents and artifacts related to significant developments and events in world history. SS2-K4-1C [2 occurrences] - SS Standard 2 - Key Idea 4 [World History iv] - Performance Indicator 1C - plan and organize historical research projects related to regional or global interdependence. [4 occurrences] - SS Standard 2 - Key Idea 4 [World History iv] - Performance Indicator 1D - analyze different interpretations of important events, issues, or developments in world history by studying the social, political, and economic context in which they were developed; by testing the data source for reliability and validity, credibility, authority, authenticity, and completeness; and by detecting bias, distortion of the facts, and propaganda by omission, suppression, or invention of facts. [4 occurrences] - SS Standard 3 - Key Idea 1 [Geography i] - Performance Indicator 1A - understand how to develop and use maps and other graphic representations to display geographic issues, problems, and questions. SS3-K1-1B [1 occurrence] - SS Standard 3 - Key Idea 1 [Geography i] - Performance Indicator 1B - describe the physical characteristics of the Earths surface and investigate the continual reshaping of the surface by physical processes and human activities. SS3-K1-1C [3 occurrences] - SS Standard 3 - Key Idea 1 [Geography i] - Performance Indicator 1C - investigate the characteristics, distribution, and migration of human populations on the Earths surface. [4 occurrences] - SS Standard 3 - Key Idea 1 [Geography i] - Performance Indicator 1D - understand the development and interactions of social/cultural, political, economic, and religious systems in different regions of the world. SS3-K1-1E [3 occurrences] - SS Standard 3 - Key Idea 1 [Geography i] - Performance Indicator 1E - analyze how the forces of cooperation and conflict among people influence the division and control of the Earths surface. SS3-K1-1F [2 occurrences] - SS Standard 3 - Key Idea 1 [Geography i] - Performance Indicator 1F - explain how technological change affects people, places, and regions. SS3-K2-1B [3 occurrences] - SS Standard 3 - Key Idea 2 [Geography ii] - Performance Indicator 1B - locate and gather geographic information from a variety of primary and secondary sources SS3-K2-1C [2 occurrences] - SS Standard 3 - Key Idea 2 [Geography ii] - Performance Indicator 1C - select and design maps, graphs, tables, charts, diagrams, and other graphic representations to present geographic information SS3-K2-1D [2 occurrences] - SS Standard 3 - Key Idea 2 [Geography ii] - Performance Indicator 1D - analyze geographic information by developing and testing inferences and hypotheses, and formulating conclusions from maps, photographs, computer models, and other geographic representations SS3-K2-1E [3 occurrences] - SS Standard 3 - Key Idea 2 [Geography ii] - Performance Indicator 1E - develop and test generalizations and conclusions and pose analytical questions based on the results of geographic inquiry. [5 occurrences] - SS Standard 4 - Key Idea 1 [Economics i] - Performance Indicator 1A - analyze the effectiveness of varying ways societies, nations, and regions of the world attempt to satisfy their basic needs and wants by utilizing scarce resources. SS4-K1-1B [2 occurrences] - SS Standard 4 - Key Idea 1 [Economics i] - Performance Indicator 1B - define and apply basic economic concepts such as scarcity, supply/demand, opportunity costs, production, resources, money and banking, economic growth, markets, costs, competition, and world economic systems. [4 occurrences] - SS Standard 4 - Key Idea 1 [Economics i] - Performance Indicator 1C - understand the nature of scarcity and how nations of the world make choices which involve economic and social costs and benefits. SS4-K1-1D [1 occurrence] - SS Standard 4 - Key Idea 1 [Economics i] - Performance Indicator 1D - describe the ideals, principles, structure, practices, accomplishments, and problems related to the United States economic system. SS4-K1-1E [1 occurrence] - SS Standard 4 - Key Idea 1 [Economics i] - Performance Indicator 1E - compare and contrast the United States economic system with other national economic systems, focusing on the three fundamental economic questions. SS4-K1-1F [1 occurrence] - SS Standard 4 - Key Idea 1 [Economics i] - Performance Indicator 1F - explain how economic decision making has become global as a result of an interdependent world economy. SS4-K1-1G [1 occurrence] - SS Standard 4 - Key Idea 1 [Economics i] - Performance Indicator 1G - understand the roles in the economic system of consumers, producers, workers, investors, and voters. SS4-K2-1A [2 occurrences] - SS Standard 4 - Key Idea 2 [Economics ii] - Performance Indicator 1A - identify, locate, and evaluate economic information from standard reference works, newspapers, periodicals, computer databases, monographs, textbooks, government publications, and other primary and secondary sources. SS4-K2-1B [1 occurrence] - SS Standard 4 - Key Idea 2 [Economics ii] - Performance Indicator 1B - use economic information by identifying similarities and differences in trends; inferring relationships between various elements of an economy: organizing and arranging information in charts, tables, and graphs; extrapolating and making conclusions about economic questions, issues, and problems. SS5-K1-1A [3 occurrences] - SS Standard 5 - Key Idea 1 [Civics, Citizenship, and Government i] - Performance Indicator 1A - analyze how the values of a nation and international organizations affect the guarantee of human rights and make provisions for human needs. SS5-K1-1B [3 occurrences] - SS Standard 5 - Key Idea 1 [Civics, Citizenship, and Government i] - Performance Indicator 1B - consider the nature and evolution of

6 constitutional democracies throughout the world. SS5-K1-1C [2 occurrences] - SS Standard 5 - Key Idea 1 [Civics, Citizenship, and Government i] - Performance Indicator 1C - compare various political systems with that of the United States in terms of ideology, structure, function, institutions, decision-making processes, citizenship roles, and political culture. [4 occurrences] - SS Standard 5 - Key Idea 1 [Civics, Citizenship, and Government i] - Performance Indicator 1D - identify and analyze advantages and disadvantages of various governmental systems. SS5-K2-1A [1 occurrence] - SS Standard 5 - Key Idea 2 [Civics, Citizenship, and Government ii] - Performance Indicator 1A - trace the evolution of American values, beliefs, and institutions. SS5-K2-1B [1 occurrence] - SS Standard 5 - Key Idea 2 [Civics, Citizenship, and Government ii] - Performance Indicator 1B - analyze the disparities between civic values expressed in the United States Constitution and the United Nation Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the realities as evidenced in the political, social, and economic life in the United States and throughout the world.

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