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1 September Class Norms and Procedures What are our class norms and procedures? Class Norms and Procedures What are our class norms and procedures? Eid al-adha Preassessment Preassessment Should we study history? Should we study history? Unit 1: Historical Thinking EQ: How do historians determine what happened in the past? Historical Thinking SQ 1: What is history? Historical Thinking Historical Thinking Historical Thinking Historical Thinking Historical Thinking SQ2: What sources do historians use to learn about the past? SQ3: How do historians read sources? SQ3: How do historians read sources? SQ3: How do historians read sources? SQ4: How and why do historians corroborate their sources? Historical Thinking Historical Thinking Unit 2: The First Global History SQ5: What is context? How do historians use it to understand and write about the past? SQ6: How do historians construct arguments? EQ: How do historians determine what happened in the past? development of agriculture affect the lives of people in early civilizations and their environment? SQ 1: How do geographers describe the location of places on earth relative to other locations and geographic features? What tools do geographers use to read maps? 2011 Vertex42 LLC. Free to Print. School Calendar Template by Vertex42.com

2 dridrive October Rosh Hashanah Rosh Hashanah Global History Paleolithic Era SQ 1: How do geographers describe the location of places on SQ 2: What was life like earth relative to other during the Paleolithic locations and Era? geographic features? Neolithic Revolution SQ 3: What was the Neolithic Revolution? What was life like after the Neolithic Revolution? Columbus Day Neolithic Revolution Yom Kippur Neolithic Revolution Early River Valley SQ 3: What was the Neolithic Revolution? What was life like after the Neolithic Revolution? SQ 4: How did the Neolithic Revolution change economic systems, social structures and political systems? SQ 5: Where were early river valley civilizations located and how interconnected were they to other regions? Early River Valley Hammurabi s Code Hammurabi s Code Judaism Judaism SQ 6: How did inhabitants of Early River Valley innovate to meet their needs? SQ 7: What do primary sources reveal about the structure of Mesopotamian society in the Babylonian empire? SQ 8: How did Judaism SQ 7: What do primary major beliefs of sources reveal about the Judaism? How does structure of Judaism impact the lives Mesopotamian society in of Jewish people? How the Babylonian empire? did Judaism spread? SQ 8: How did Judaism major beliefs of Judaism? How does Judaism impact the lives of Jewish people? How did Judaism spread? Regents Exam Introduction Unit 3: Classical SQ 9: How will I have to development of show what I know on the agriculture affect the Global History and lives of people in early Geography Regents civilizations and their Exam? environment? development of agriculture affect the lives of people in early civilizations and their environment? development of agriculture affect the lives of people in early civilizations and their environment? EQ: How did classical consolidate, maintain Classical

3 November Classical Classical India: Geographic and Historical Context Hinduism Hinduism SQ1: Where were classical civilizations located and how interconnected were they to other regions through trade routes? SQ2: What was the geographic and historical context for the rise of classical civilizations in India? SQ3: How did Hinduism major beliefs of Hinduism? How does Hinduism impact the lives of Hindus? SQ3: How did Hinduism major beliefs of Hinduism? How does Hinduism impact the lives of Hindus? 9th Grade Buddhism Election Day Buddhism Maurya Empire and the Edicts of Ashoka Veteran's Day SQ4: How did Buddhism major beliefs of Buddhism? How does Buddhism impact the lives of Buddhists? How did Buddhism spread? Chancellor's Conference Day SQ4: How did Buddhism major beliefs of Buddhism? How does Buddhism impact the lives of Buddhists? How did Buddhism spread? SQ5: How did the Mauryan Empire use their beliefs systems and philosophical ideas to gain, Gupta Golden Age Classical China: Geographic and Historical Context Confucianism Qin Dynasty Qin Dynasty SQ6: What led to the Gupta Golden Age? How did the Gupta Golden Age impact India, other regions, and later periods in history? SQ7: What was the geographic and historical context for the rise of classical civilizations in China? SQ8: How did Confucianism form? What are the major beliefs of Confucianism? How does Confucianism impact the lives of Confucians? How did Confucianism spread? SQ9: How did the Qin dynasty gain, SQ9: How did the Qin dynasty gain, Parent Conference Night Parent Conference Day Han Dynasty Golden Age Classical Greece: Geographic and Historical Context Golden Age of Athens Thanksgiving Recess Thanksgiving Recess SQ10: What led to the Han Golden Age? How did the Han Golden Age impact China, other regions, and later periods in history? SQ12: What was the geographic and historical context for the rise of classical civilizations in Greece? SQ13: What led to a the Golden Age of Athens? How did the Golden Age of Athens impact Grece, other regions, and later periods in history? Alexander the Great Rome: Geographic and Historical Context Rome: Twelve Tables SQ14: What were the effects of Alexander the Great s empire? SQ15: What was the geographic and historical context for the rise of classical civilizations in Rome? SQ16: How did Rome gain,

4 December Rome: Punic Wars SQ16: How did Rome gain, Rome: Transition to Empire SQ16: How did Rome gain, Pax Romana Christianity Christianity Fall of Rome Fall of Rome SQ17: What led to the Roman Golden Age, Pax Romana? How did Pax Romana impact Rome, other regions, and later periods in history? SQ18: How did Christianity form? What are the major beliefs of Christianity? How does Christianity impact the lives of Christians? How did Christianity spread? SQ18: How did Christianity form? What are the major beliefs of Christianity? How does Christianity impact the lives of Christians? How did Christianity spread? SQ19: How and why did the Roman empire lose power? SQ19: How and why did the Roman empire lose power? Fall of Rome Unit 4: Political Power and Achievements SQ19: How and why did the Roman empire lose power? EQ: How did classical consolidate, maintain 9th Grade EQ: How did classical consolidate, maintain EQ: How did classical consolidate, maintain EQ: How did post-classical Post-Classical Western Europe After the Fall of Rome Byzantine Empire Tang and Song Golden Ages Islam SQ1: Where were Eastern and Western Europe located and how interconnected were they to other regions? SQ2: How did the fall of Rome impact Western and Eastern Europe? SQ2: How did the fall of Rome impact Western and Eastern Europe? SQ4: How did Islam SQ3: How did the Tang and Song Golden Ages major beliefs of Islam? impact China, How does Islam impact surrounding regions, and the lives of Islam? How later periods in history? did Islam spread? Winter Recess Winter Recess Winter Recess Winter Recess Winter Recess 2011 Vertex42 LLC. Free to Print. School Calendar Template by Vertex42.com

5 January Winter Recess Islam Islamic Caliphates Islamic Caliphates Abbasid Golden Age SQ4: How did Islam major beliefs of Islam? How does Islam impact the lives of Islam? How did Islam spread? SQ5: Where were Islamic Caliphates located and how interconnected were they to other regions? SQ6: How did Islamic Caliphates gain, SQ7: What led to the Abbasid Golden Age? How did the Abbasid Golden Age impact the Islamic world, other regions, and later periods in history? Mansa Musa and Trans-Saharan Mansa Musa and Trans-Saharan Trade Route and Ibn Trade Route and Ibn Battuta and Indian Ocean Complex Battuta and Indian Ocean Complex Mongol Empire Mongol Empire SQ8: What do primary source documents about the travels of Mansa Musa and Ibn Battuta reveal about the post-classical Islamic world? SQ8: What do primary source documents about the travels of Mansa Musa and Ibn Battuta reveal about the post-classical Islamic world? SQ9: Where were the Mongol empires located and how interconnected were they to other regions? SQ10: How did the Mongols to gain, and lose power? Mongol Empire SQ10: How did the Mongols to gain, and lose power? Martin Luther King Jr. Day Mongol Empire SQ10: How did the Mongols to gain, and lose power? EQ: How did post-classical EQ: How did post-classical EQ: How did post-classical 9th Grade Mid-Year Essential Question Check-In Regents Exams Regents Exams Regents Exams Regents Exams Chancellor's Conference Day Unit 5: Social and Cultural Growth and Conflict EQ: How did increased interconnectedness affect the postclassical world?

6 February of the Crusades SQ1: How interconnected was the world during the 14th century? Historical Context of the Crusades SQ2: What was the relationship between Muslims and Christians in the 11th century? Primary Source Close Read: Urban II SQ3: According to different perspectives, why did Muslims and Christians fight one another during the Crusades? Primary Source Primary Source Close Read: Muslim Effects of the Close Read: Urban II Perspective Crusades The Black Death The Black Death SQ3: According to different perspectives, why did Muslims and Christians fight one another during the Crusades? SQ3: According to different perspectives, why did Muslims and Christians fight one another during the Crusades? SQ4: How did the Crusades impact the world? SQ5: How did the Black Death spread? SQ6: What were the social, political, and economic effects of the Black Death? Unit 6: Ottomans and Ming Ottoman Empire Ottoman Empire: Suleiman Ottoman Empire Ottoman Empire SQ1: Where was the Ottoman Empire and how interconnected was it to other regions? Ottoman Empire and Ming Dynasty gain, SQ2: What was the ethnic and religious composition of the Ottoman Empire? SQ3: How did Suleiman the Magnificent impact the growth of the Ottoman Empire? SQ5: How did the Ottoman Empire interact with Europeans? SQ5: How did the Ottoman Empire interact with Europeans? Midwinter Recess Midwinter Recess Midwinter Recess Midwinter Recess Midwinter Recess Ming Dynasty Ming Dynasty SQ6: Where was the Ming Dynasty and how interconnected was it to other regions? SQ7: What was the ethnic and religious compositions of the Ming Dynasty? SQ8: How did the ethnic and religious composition of the Ming Dynasty impact its political and societal organizations?

7 March Ming Dynasty SQ8: How did the ethnic and religious composition of the Ming Dynasty impact its political and societal organizations? Ottoman Empire and Ming Dynasty gain, Ottoman Empire and Ming Dynasty gain, 9th Grade Unit 7: Transformation of Western Europe and Russia for the Renaissance Renaissance Renaissance Ottoman Empire and Ming Dynasty gain, EQ: How did new ideas and innovation affect Western Europe and Russia starting in the 15th century? SQ1: Where were the major political powers in the Mediterranean world in the 15th century? How interconnected were they to one another and other regions? SQ2: What caused the Renaissance? How did Islamic Caliphates impact the development and diffusion of new ideas and innovations of the Renaissance? SQ3: What evidence is there of a return to Greco-Roman ideas in the Renaissance? Renaissance Machiavelli Close Read for the Protestant Reformation Protestant Reformation Protestant Reformation SQ4: What new technologies emerged during the Renaissance? What impact did these technologies have? SQ5: What new political ideas emerged during the Renaissance? What impact did these new political ideas have? SQ6: Where were the major political powers in Europe before the SQ7: What religious Protestant Reformation? ideas were most How interconnected dominant in Europe were they to one another before the Protestant and other regions? Reformation? SQ8: What was the Protestant Reformation? How did it impact Europe? Scientific Revolution Scientific Revolution Scientific Revolution Absolutism Absolutism: Louis XIV SQ9: Which scientific ideas were most prevalent in Europe before the Scientific Revolution? SQ10: What was the Scientific Revolution? How did it impact Europe? SQ10: What was the Scientific Revolution? How did it impact Europe? SQ11: What is absolutism? How did absolute monarchs gain, SQ12: How did Louis XIV use absolutism to rule France? Parent Conference Night Parent Conference Day Absolutism: Peter the Great Unit 8: Africa and the Americas SQ13: How did Peter the Great use absolutism to rule Russia? EQ: How did new ideas and innovation affect Western Europe and Russia starting in the 15th century? EQ: How did new ideas and innovation affect Western Europe and Russia starting in the 15th century? EQ: How did new ideas and innovation affect Western Europe and Russia starting in the 15th century?

8 April African African African African African : Songhai SQ1: Where were the pre-1600 civilizations in the Africa located and how interconnected were they to other regions? SQ2: How did pre-1600 civilizations in Africa innovate to meet their needs? SQ3: What economic, social, political, and religious structures shaped pre-1600 civilization in Africa? SQ4: What economic, social, political, and religious structures shaped pre-1600 civilization in Africa? SQ5:How did the achievements of Songhai impact their society, other regions, and later periods in history? Spring Recess Spring Recess Spring Recess Spring Recess Spring Recess Spring Recess Spring Recess for in America Inca Empire Inca Empire SQ6: Where were the pre-1600 civilizations in the Americas located and how interconnected were they to other regions? SQ7: How did the Inca innovate to meet their needs? SQ8: How did the Inca gain, Aztec Empire Aztec Empire SQ9: How did the Aztecs innovate to meet their needs? SQ10: How did the Aztec gain, EQ: How did pre-1600s civilizations in Africa and the Americas gain, EQ: How did pre-1600s civilizations in Africa and the Americas gain, EQ: How did pre-1600s civilizations in Africa and the Americas gain, Vertex42 LLC. Free to Print. School Calendar Template by Vertex42.com

9 May Unit 9: Interactions and Disruptions EQ: How did increased interconnectedness affect the world after the Encounter? of the Encounter SQ1: How interconnected was the world before the Age of Exploration? Causes and Motivations for the Age of Exploration SQ2: What led to the Age of Exploration? Causes and Motivations for the Age of Exploration SQ2: What led to the Age of Exploration? The Encounter SQ3: What demographic, economic, and environmental effects did the Encounter, the Spanish Conquest and the Columbian Exchange have on the Eastern and Western hemispheres? Columbian Exchange SQ3: What demographic, economic, and environmental effects did the Encounter, the Spanish Conquest and the Columbian Exchange have on the Eastern and Western hemispheres? 9th Grade Spanish Conquest of the Aztecs SQ3: What demographic, economic, and environmental effects did the Encounter, the Spanish Conquest and the Columbian Exchange have on the Eastern and Western hemispheres? Spanish Conquest of the Inca SQ3: What demographic, economic, and environmental effects did the Encounter, the Spanish Conquest and the Columbian Exchange have on the Eastern and Western hemispheres? Transatlantic Slave Trade SQ4: What led to the development of the transatlantic slave trade? How did the transatlantic slave trade impact the enslaved and the societies they came from? Transatlantic Slave Trade SQ4: What led to the development of the transatlantic slave trade? How did the transatlantic slave trade impact the enslaved and the societies they came from? Transatlantic Slave Trade Spanish Colonization Spanish Colonization Spanish Colonization Spanish Colonization SQ4: What led to the development of the transatlantic slave trade? How did the transatlantic slave trade impact the enslaved and the societies they came from? SQ5: What social, political, and economic effects did Spanish colonization have on people living in the Americas? SQ5: What social, political, and economic effects did Spanish colonization have on people living in the Americas? SQ5: What social, political, and economic effects did Spanish colonization have on people living in the Americas? SQ5: What social, political, and economic effects did Spanish colonization have on people living in the Americas? Spanish Colonization SQ5: What social, political, and economic effects did Spanish colonization have on people living in the Americas? EQ: How did increased interconnectedness affect the world after the Encounter? EQ: How did increased interconnectedness affect the world after the Encounter? EQ: How did increased interconnectedness affect the world after the Encounter? Memorial Day

10 June Anniversary Day Chanellor's Conference Day Regents Exams Regents Exams Regents Exams US History Exam Global History Exam Regents Exams Regents Exams Regents Exams Regents Exams Vertex42 LLC. Free to Print. School Calendar Template by Vertex42.com

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