Grade 10: World History

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Grade 10: World History by Mind Map: Grade 10: World History

1. 1750-1917: Revolutions Reshape the Democratic Revolutions

1.1. Enlightenment ideas

1.2. Social contract

1.3. new purpose of government is the notion that if this new republican form of government does not protect individuals' natural rights, then the people have a right to overthrow the government and create a new one.

2. Industrial Revolutions

2.1. One of the most important transformation

2.2. What came out of industrialization? Positive and Negatives

2.3. How were the people effect? What were the different perspectives of the Industrial Revolution

2.3.1. Activity: Bring in Primary sources of either Images or writing of people living during this time. Have students to read/look at these articles in groups and critically think what their lives must have been like during this time.

3. The Rise of Imperialism and Colonialism

3.1. What effects from the Industrial Rev, made imperialism possible?

3.2. What is colonialism and what are its implications

3.3. How are the native people affects and how do they respond

4. Effects of World War I

4.1. fourteen points- WW; treaty of Versailles

4.2. legacy that the treaties left behind

4.3. Collapse of the Economy

5. Rise of Totalitarian Governments after WW1

5.1. Collapse of market system gave rise to communism and fascism

5.2. Ideologies of Communism

5.3. Steps through which leaders came to power; Hitler, Stalin.

5.3.1. Activity: Have students watch videos of Hitler and Stalin Speaking, have them look over pictures of propoganda, and discuss in groups as to why their country would follow them.

6. International Developments in the Post-World War II World

6.1. Cold war; before during, after

6.2. North Atlantic Treaty

6.3. How did colonies respond to the Cold war and liberations

7. Nation-building in the Contemporary World

7.1. Nations share similar challenges in attempts to unite ; how have nations struggles to achieve economic, political and social stability

7.2. How have developing nations worked together to identify and attempt to solve challenges

7.3. Examine the root of genocide

8. Economic Integration and Contemporary Revolutions in Information, Technology, and Communications

8.1. New technologies facilitate economic growth

8.2. New economic opportunities lead to global change and improvement

8.3. Globalization and its critics have contributed to the rise and spreading popularity of extremist movements

9. Causes and Consequences of World II

9.1. Axis and Allied Powers

9.2. Compare WWI and WWII

9.3. Holocaust

10. Causes and Course of WWII

10.1. Events that lead up to WWII

10.1.1. Activity: Have students get into groups; each group gets a specific event to act out. Then the class comes together and acts out each specific scene together, as the teachers guides them to critically think about each event.

10.2. total war

10.3. Consequences of WWII

11. The World in 1750

11.1. How were societies organized

11.2. end of pre-modern world

11.3. the world was ruled by an elite group of people

12. Impact of Globalizations

12.1. Production

12.2. convergence of societies around a common version of modernity

12.3. positive and negative effects

13. Rights Religion and Identity

13.1. natural rights

13.2. human rights

13.3. religion as an expression of political identity

14. A new role for the west

14.1. rise to dominance

14.2. the united states

14.3. climate change- migration patterns