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History and Social Science Standards of Learning

ENHANCED SCOPE AND SEQUENCE


World History and Geography:

1500 a.d. (c.e.) to the Present

Commonwealth of Virginia

Department of Education

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Superintendent of Public Instruction

Patricia I. Wright


Assistant Superintendent for Instruction

Linda M. Wallinger


Office of Standards, Curriculum, and Instruction

Mark R. Allan, Director

Betsy S. Barton, History and Social Science Specialist

Beverly M. Thurston, History and Social Science / International Education Coordinator

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments xix

Acknowledgments xix

Introduction xx

Introduction xx

Organizing Topic 1

Political, Cultural, and Economic Conditions about 1500 a.d. (c.e.) 1

Standard(s) of Learning 1

Standard(s) of Learning 1

Sample Resources 5

Sample Resources 5

Session 1: Mapping the Political Boundaries about 1500 a.d. (c.e.) 6

Session 1: Mapping the Political Boundaries about 1500 a.d. (c.e.) 6

Deserts: Sahara, Gobi, Kalahari, Arabian 6

Rivers: Amazon, Mississippi, Danube, Rhine, Dniester, Nile, Congo, Zambezi, Niger, Indus, Ganges, Huang He, Chang, Mekong, Xi 6

Oceans: Atlantic, Pacific, Arctic, Indian 6

Seas: Caribbean, Mediterranean, North, Baltic, Arabian, Caspian, Aral, Black, Red, South China 6

Gulfs/Bays: Persian, Mexico, Bengal, Aden 6

Mountains: Andes, Rockies, Appalachians, Sierra Madres, Atlas, Pyrenees, Alps, Ural, Himalayas, Caucasus 6

Session 2: Mapping the World’s Major Religions in 1500 a.d. (c.e.) 7

Session 2: Mapping the World’s Major Religions in 1500 a.d. (c.e.) 7

Session 3: Mapping the World’s Major Trade Routes in 1500 a.d. (c.e.) 8

Session 3: Mapping the World’s Major Trade Routes in 1500 a.d. (c.e.) 8

Outline Maps: Education Place at http://www.eduplace.com/ss/maps/ 8

Asia Society. http://www.askasia.org/teachers (Search “silk roads”) 8

Session 4: Analyzing Products and Transportation in 1500 a.d. (c.e.) 9

Session 4: Analyzing Products and Transportation in 1500 a.d. (c.e.) 9

Session 5: Arts, Literature, and Ideas of the Renaissance 10

Session 5: Arts, Literature, and Ideas of the Renaissance 10

Michelangelo Images.” http://employees.oneonta.edu/farberas/arth/arth213/michelangelo_images.html 10

Sites on Shakespeare and the Renaissance.” http://web.uvic.ca/shakespeare/Annex/ShakSites1.html 10

Session 6: Comparing Medieval and Renaissance Art 11

Session 6: Comparing Medieval and Renaissance Art 11

Michelangelo Images.” http://employees.oneonta.edu/farberas/arth/arth213/michelangelo_images.html 11

The Mona Lisa.” http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/auth/vinci/joconde/ 11

Leonardo da Vinci.” http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/leon/hd_leon.htm 11

Session 7: Review of the Renaissance World 12

Session 7: Review of the Renaissance World 12

Session 8: Review of the World Religions 13

Session 8: Review of the World Religions 13

Session 9: Assessment 14

Session 9: Assessment 14

Attachment A: Notes on Trade Routes 15

Attachment B: Medieval and Renaissance Works of Art 16

Attachment C: Sample Assessment Items 17

Attachment C: Sample Assessment Items 17

Organizing Topic 18

The Reformation 18

Standard(s) of Learning 18

Standard(s) of Learning 18

Sample Resources 22

Sample Resources 22

Session 1: Causes of the Reformation 23

Session 1: Causes of the Reformation 23

Edict of Nantes.” http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/history/A0834814.html 23

Huguenots.” http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/07527b.htm 23

Reformation Europe.” http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/modsbook02.html 23

The Reformation.” http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/12700b.htm#I 23

Wars of Religion.” http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/history/A0841497.html 23

Session 2: The Reformers: Hero or Zero? 24

Session 2: The Reformers: Hero or Zero? 24

Henry VIII.” http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/07222a.htm 24

Henry VIII.” http://www.britannia.com/history/monarchs/mon41.html 24

Henry VIII.” http://www.royal.gov.uk/output/Page19.asp 24

John Calvin.” http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/03195b.htm 24

Project Wittenburg (Martin Luther).” http://www.iclnet.org/pub/resources/text/wittenberg/wittenberg-home.html 24

Details from the reading that explain what the person believed and did, and why the person was considered a hero and by whom. (e.g., King Henry VIII defied the Pope!) 24

At least one illustration depicting the person’s beliefs or actions 24

Details from the reading that explain why the Catholic Church would have called this person a zero— what their objection would have been to his/her teachings and actions. (e.g., A church official has responded to the heretic by __________ because ___________.) 24

At least one illustration (possibly a political cartoon) depicting reasons for and/or results of the dislike 24

Session 3: Mapping the Reformation 25

Session 3: Mapping the Reformation 25

Reformation Map.” http://www.schoolhistory.co.uk/year8links/elizabeth/reformationmap.pdf 25

Religious Division.” http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/map16rel.gif 25

Session 4: Results of the Reformation 26

Session 4: Results of the Reformation 26

Session 5: Assessment 27

Session 5: Assessment 27

Attachment A: Notes on the Reformation 28

Attachment B: Notes on the Reformation—Answer Key 29

Attachment C: “The Reformers: Hero or Zero?” Score Sheet 30

Attachment D: Sample Assessment Items 31

Organizing Topic 32

Age of Discovery 32

Standard(s) of Learning 32

Standard(s) of Learning 32

Sample Resources 36

Sample Resources 36

Session 1: The Spice Trade 37

Session 1: The Spice Trade 37

The Influence of Spice Trade on the Age of Discovery. http://muweb.millersville.edu/~columbus/papers/strass-1.html 37

Geographic Spice Index. http://www.uni-graz.at/~katzer/engl/spice_geo.html 37

Session 2: The Conquistadors 38

Session 2: The Conquistadors 38

Session 3: Colonies and Trading Posts 39

Session 3: Colonies and Trading Posts 39

Session 4: The Columbian Exchange 40

Session 4: The Columbian Exchange 40

The Columbian Exchange. http://www.historynow.org/06_2007/historian2.html 40

The Middle Passage. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aia/part1/1p277.html 40

Explanation of the triangular trade, including the Middle Passage as a part of the triangular trade 40

Details of the ordeal, including plight of the slaves from capture to sale in the west 40

Appropriate illustrations 40

References to primary sources 40

Attractive format and appearance 40

Correct mechanics: grammar, spelling, and punctuation 40

Session 5: Review of Explorers 41

Session 5: Review of Explorers 41

Session 6: Assessment 42

Session 6: Assessment 42

Attachment A: Sample Assessment Items 43

Organizing Topic 44

Impact of Global Trade on Regional Civilizations 44

Standard(s) of Learning 44

Standard(s) of Learning 44

Sample Resources 48

Sample Resources 48

Session 1: Trade and the Ottoman Empire 49

Session 1: Trade and the Ottoman Empire 49

Session 2: Trade and the Mughal Empire 50

Session 2: Trade and the Mughal Empire 50

Mughal Empire. http://www.wsu.edu:8080/~dee/MUGHAL/MUGHMAP.HTM 50

Taj Mahal. http://www.pbs.org/treasuresoftheworld/a_nav/taj_nav/main_tajfrm.html 50

Session 3: Chinese and Japanese Trade 51

Session 3: Chinese and Japanese Trade 51

Session 4: African Trade 52

Session 4: African Trade 52

Session 5: Mercantilism and the Commercial Revolution 53

Session 5: Mercantilism and the Commercial Revolution 53

New money and banking systems were created. 53

Economic practices such as mercantilism evolved. 53

Colonial economies were limited by the economic needs of the mother country. 53

Session 6: Assessment 54

Session 6: Assessment 54

Attachment A: Sample Assessment Items 55

Organizing Topic 56

Scientific, Political, Economic, and Religious Changes 56

Standard(s) of Learning 56

Standard(s) of Learning 56

Sample Resources 61

Sample Resources 61

Session 1: The Scientific Revolution 63

Session 1: The Scientific Revolution 63

The Copernican Model: A Sun-Centered Solar System.” http://csep10.phys.utk.edu/astr161/lect/retrograde/copernican.html 63

Johannes Kepler.” Information on Kepler and Galileo. http://es.rice.edu/ES/humsoc/Galileo/People/kepler.html 63

William Harvey: On the Motion of the Heart and Blood in Animals, 1628.” http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/1628harvey-blood.html 63

Isaac Newton.” http://scienceworld.wolfram.com/biography/Newton.html 63

Session 2: Absolute Monarchies in France and Russia 64

Session 2: Absolute Monarchies in France and Russia 64

Session 3: Absolute Monarchy in England 65

Session 3: Absolute Monarchy in England 65

English Bill of Rights. http://www.yale.edu/lawweb/avalon/england.htm 65

William III and Mary II.” http://www.britannia.com/history/monarchs/mon51.html 65

Session 4: The Enlightenment Thinkers 66

Session 4: The Enlightenment Thinkers 66

John Locke.” http://oregonstate.edu/instruct/phl302/philosophers/locke.html 66

Montesquieu: The Spirit of the Laws, 1748.” http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/montesquieu-spirit.html 66

The European Enlightenment: Jean-Jacques Rousseau.” http://www.wsu.edu/~dee/ENLIGHT/ROUSSEAU.HTM 66

Session 5: The Enlightenment and the French Revolution 67

Session 5: The Enlightenment and the French Revolution 67

The French Revolution.” http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/modsbook13.html 67

John Locke.” http://oregonstate.edu/instruct/phl302/philosophers/locke.html 67

Montesquieu: The Spirit of the Laws, 1748.” http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/montesquieu-spirit.html 67

Toussaint L’Ouverture.” http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aia/part3/3h326.html 67

Session 6: The Impact of the Enlightenment on the Arts and Technology 68

Session 6: The Impact of the Enlightenment on the Arts and Technology 68

Johann Sebastian Bach.” http://w3.rz-berlin.mpg.de/cmp/bachjs.html 68

Cervantes Project. http://www.csdl.tamu.edu/cervantes/V2/CPI/index.html 68

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.” http://w3.rz-berlin.mpg.de/cmp/mozart.html 68

Session 7: Review of Enlightenment Thinkers 69

Session 7: Review of Enlightenment Thinkers 69

Session 8: Assessment 70

Session 8: Assessment 70

Attachment A: Sample Assessment Items 71

Organizing Topic 72

Latin American Revolutions 72

Standard(s) of Learning 72

Standard(s) of Learning 72

Havana 73

Mexico City 73

Lima 73

São Paulo 73

Buenos Aires 73

Sample Resources 75

Sample Resources 75

Session 1: Latin America in 1800 76

Session 1: Latin America in 1800 76

Session 2: The Colonial System in Latin America 77

Session 2: The Colonial System in Latin America 77

Session 3: The Impact of the American and French Revolutions; Mexican Revolution 78

Session 3: The Impact of the American and French Revolutions; Mexican Revolution 78

Session 4: Toussaint L’Ouverture and Simón Bolivar 79

Session 4: Toussaint L’Ouverture and Simón Bolivar 79

Session 5: The Monroe Doctrine 80

Session 5: The Monroe Doctrine 80

Session 6: Assessment 81

Session 6: Assessment 81

Attachment A: Vocabulary Brainstorming 82

Attachment B: Map of South America before Independence 83

Attachment C: Independence Movements of Latin America 84

Attachment D: Toussaint L’Ouverture and Simón Bolivar Venn Diagram 85

Attachment E: Sample Assessment Items 86

Organizing Topic 87

Political and Philosophical Developments in Europe 87

Standard(s) of Learning 87

Standard(s) of Learning 87

Sample Resources 90

Sample Resources 90

Session 1: The Napoleonic Code and the Congress of Vienna 91

Session 1: The Napoleonic Code and the Congress of Vienna 91

The Civil Code.” Napoleonic Code. http://www.napoleon-series.org/research/government/c_code.html 91

What was the Congress of Vienna?” http://www.pvhs.chico.k12.ca.us/~bsilva/projects/congress/vienessy.html 91

Session 2: The Rise of Nationalism 92

Session 2: The Rise of Nationalism 92

Session 3: Unifications of Italy and Germany 93

Session 3: Unifications of Italy and Germany 93

Map of Europe in the Nineteenth Century. http://www.fsmitha.com/h3/map36pol.html 93

Count Cavour.” http://www.ohiou.edu/~Chastain/ac/cavour.htm 93

The Anthony P. Campanella Collection of Giuseppe Garibaldi. http://www.sc.e.du/library/spcoll/hist/garib/garib.html 93

Papal States.” http://www.ohiou.edu/~Chastain/ip/papalsta.htm 93

Otto von Bismarck.” http://www.ohiou.edu/~Chastain/ac/bism.htm 93

Session 4: Assessment 94

Session 4: Assessment 94

Attachment A: Sample Assessment Items 95

Organizing Topic 96

The Industrial Revolution 96

Standard(s) of Learning 96

Standard(s) of Learning 96

Sample Resources 102

Sample Resources 102

Session 1: Introduction to the Industrial Revolution 103

Session 1: Introduction to the Industrial Revolution 103

Session 2: The Origin of the Industrial Revolution 104

Session 2: The Origin of the Industrial Revolution 104

Session 3: The Impact of the Industrial Revolution on Industrialized Countries 105

Session 3: The Impact of the Industrial Revolution on Industrialized Countries 105

Session 4: Life During the Industrial Revolution 106

Session 4: Life During the Industrial Revolution 106

Session 5: Innovations and Inventions of the Industrial Revolution 107

Session 5: Innovations and Inventions of the Industrial Revolution 107

Session 6: The Rise of Communism 108

Session 6: The Rise of Communism 108

Session 7: The Impact of the Industrial Revolution on Workers 109

Session 7: The Impact of the Industrial Revolution on Workers 109

Session 8: The Growth of Labor Unions 110

Session 8: The Growth of Labor Unions 110

Session 9: Researching the Impact of Labor Unions 111

Session 9: Researching the Impact of Labor Unions 111

Session 10: Imperialism 112

Session 10: Imperialism 112

Session 11: Responses of Colonized Peoples during the Nineteenth Century 113

Session 11: Responses of Colonized Peoples during the Nineteenth Century 113

Session 12: Assessment 114

Session 12: Assessment 114

Attachment A: Sample Assessment Items 115

Organizing Topic 116

World War I 116

Standard(s) of Learning 116

Standard(s) of Learning 116

Sample Resources 119

Sample Resources 119

Session 1: The Causes of World War I 120

Session 1: The Causes of World War I 120

Session 2: European Political Boundaries in 1914 121

Session 2: European Political Boundaries in 1914 121

Session 3: Important Figures of World War I 122

Session 3: Important Figures of World War I 122

Session 4: Trench Warfare of World War I 123

Session 4: Trench Warfare of World War I 123

Session 5: New Weaponry in World War I 124

Session 5: New Weaponry in World War I 124

Session 6: Russia from 1914 to 1917 125

Session 6: Russia from 1914 to 1917 125

Session 7: The Russian Revolution 126

Session 7: The Russian Revolution 126

Session 8: The Treaty of Versailles, part 1 127

Session 8: The Treaty of Versailles, part 1 127

Session 9: The Treaty of Versailles, part 2 128

Session 9: The Treaty of Versailles, part 2 128

Session 10: Assessment 129

Session 10: Assessment 129

Attachment A: Sample Assessment Items 130

Organizing Topic 131

The Interwar Period 131

Standard(s) of Learning 131

Standard(s) of Learning 131

Sample Resources 135

Sample Resources 135

Session 1: The League of Nations 136

Session 1: The League of Nations 136

Session 2: The Worldwide Depression 137

Session 2: The Worldwide Depression 137

Session 3: The Rise of Dictatorships 138

Session 3: The Rise of Dictatorships 138

Session 4: Assessment 140

Session 4: Assessment 140

Attachment A: Sample Assessment Items 141

Organizing Topic 142

World War II 142

Standard(s) of Learning 142

Standard(s) of Learning 142

Sample Resources 147

Sample Resources 147

Session 1: Causes, Major Events, and Major Figures of World War II 148

Session 1: Causes, Major Events, and Major Figures of World War II 148

Italy invaded Ethiopia. 148

Germany invaded Austria and Poland. 148

Japan invaded Manchuria, China, and Korea and attacked Pearl Harbor. 148

The treaty failed to include most of Wilson’s Fourteen Points. 148

The treaty punished Germany. 148

The treaty did not include self-determination. 148

The League could not stop the aggression of dictatorships. 148

The United States was not a member of the League. 148

Session 2: The Holocaust and Other Genocides 149

Session 2: The Holocaust and Other Genocides 149

Session 3: Outcomes of World War II 150

Session 3: Outcomes of World War II 150

Session 4: Assessment 151

Session 4: Assessment 151

Attachment A: Sample Assessment Items 152

Organizing Topic 153

Major Events of the Second Half of the Twentieth Century 153

Standard(s) of Learning 153

Standard(s) of Learning 153

Sample Resources 157

Sample Resources 157

Session 1: Beginnings of the Cold War, 1945–1948 158

Session 1: Beginnings of the Cold War, 1945–1948 158

Session 2: Early Events of the Cold War 159

Session 2: Early Events of the Cold War 159

Sessions 3–7: Later Events of the Cold War 160

Sessions 3–7: Later Events of the Cold War 160

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) vs. Warsaw Pact 160

Korean War 160

Vietnam War 160

Berlin Wall 160

Cuban Missile Crisis 160

Communist buildup in China 160

Session 8: Selected World Leaders 161

Session 8: Selected World Leaders 161

Session 9: Assessment 162

Session 9: Assessment 162

Attachment A: Beginnings of the Cold War, 1945–1948 163

Attachment B: Early Events of the Cold War 164

Attachment C1: NATO vs. Warsaw Pact – Research Sheet 165

Attachment C2: Korean War – Research Sheet 166

Attachment C3: Vietnam War – Research Sheet 167

Attachment C4: Berlin Wall – Research Sheet 168

Attachment C5: Cuban Missile Crisis – Research Sheet 169

Attachment C6: Communist Buildup in China – Research Sheet 170

Attachment D: Selected World Leaders 171

Attachment E: Sample Assessment Items 172

Organizing Topic 173

Independence Movements in India, Africa, and the Middle East 173

Standard(s) of Learning 173

Standard(s) of Learning 173

Sample Resources 177

Sample Resources 177

Session 1: Movements toward Independence from European Imperial Powers 178

Session 1: Movements toward Independence from European Imperial Powers 178

Session 2: Mohandas Gandhi 179

Session 2: Mohandas Gandhi 179

Colonial India, Gandhi, and Eventual Independence. http://www.wmich.edu/dialogues/themes/indiagandhi.html 179

Q&A: Kashmir dispute,” BBC News World Edition. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/353352.stm. Provides questions and answers regarding the history of the India-Pakistan conflict over Kashmir. 179

Rushdie, Salman. “Mohandas Gandhi.” Time Magazine. http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,988159,00.html. This article on Gandhi tells how “his philosophy of nonviolence and his passion for independence began a drive for freedom that doomed colonialism.” 179

Answers may revolve around racism and Britain’s strategy of maintaining the inferiority of Indians so they would not resist working for the British companies. 179

Have students think back to the Age of Enlightenment and its influence on America and France. 179

Possible answer: Muslims and Hindus became so occupied with conflict against each other that they could not focus on the British colonization. 179

Possible answer: British government would be angered because British companies would lose money. 179

Possible answer: The British people and the world would begin to turn against the British government in response to these acts of violence. 179

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 179

To the 1200s, when the Delhi Sultanate was established in Northern India 179

Have students look at two maps of India—one before partitioning and one after. 179

Session 3: The Independence Movement in Africa, part 1 180

Session 3: The Independence Movement in Africa, part 1 180

Outline Maps: Education Place. http://www.eduplace.com/ss/maps/ 180

Unit Two: Studying Africa through the Social Sciences; Module 7B: African History, the Era of Global Encroachment.” Exploring Africa. http://exploringafrica.matrix.msu.edu/teachers/curriculum/m7b/. This site presents an activity on “African Resistance, Nationalism, and Independence.” 180

How to Write an Outline.” http://www.lavc.cc.ca.us/Library/outline.htm. This site offers tips on creating an outline. 180

Session 4: The Independence Movement in Africa, part 2 181

Session 4: The Independence Movement in Africa, part 2 181

Session 5: The Middle East Mandate System 182

Session 5: The Middle East Mandate System 182

Session 6: The Roles of Golda Meir and Gamal Abdul Nasser 183

Session 6: The Roles of Golda Meir and Gamal Abdul Nasser 183

Session 7: Assessment 184

Session 7: Assessment 184

Attachment A: Notes on Indian Independence 185

Understood that the Indian people could not defeat the British militarily 185

Urged Indians to boycott (refuse to buy) British goods and to avoid paying taxes, obeying unjust laws, and attending British courts 185

Attachment B: Middle East Mandate System Notes 186

Attachment C: Sample Assessment Items 187

Organizing Topic 188

Major World Religions 188

Standard(s) of Learning 188

Standard(s) of Learning 188

Sample Resources 191

Sample Resources 191

Session 1: Introduction to Judaism, Christianity, and Islam 192

Session 1: Introduction to Judaism, Christianity, and Islam 192

Session 2: Investigation of Judaism and Christianity 193

Session 2: Investigation of Judaism and Christianity 193

Session 3: The Five Pillars of Islam 194

Session 3: The Five Pillars of Islam 194

Session 4: Introduction to Buddhism and Hinduism 195

Session 4: Introduction to Buddhism and Hinduism 195

Session 5: Buddhist Beliefs and Leaders 196

Session 5: Buddhist Beliefs and Leaders 196

Session 6: Mapping the Five Major World Religions 197

Session 6: Mapping the Five Major World Religions 197

Session 7: Assessment 198

Session 7: Assessment 198

Attachment A: Five Pillars of Islam 199

Attachment B: Sample Assessment Items 201

Organizing Topic 202

Conditions in Developed and Developing Nations 202

Standard(s) of Learning 202

Standard(s) of Learning 202

Sample Resources 207

Sample Resources 207

Session 1: Developed and Developing Nations 208

Session 1: Developed and Developing Nations 208

Outline Maps: Education Place. http://www.eduplace.com/ss/maps/ 208

The World Factbook 2008.” Central Intelligence Agency. https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/index.html 208

Session 2: Economic Development of Nations 209

Session 2: Economic Development of Nations 209

Session 3: Factors Affecting Economic Development 210

Session 3: Factors Affecting Economic Development 210

Sessions 4 and 5: World Population Forum 211

Sessions 4 and 5: World Population Forum 211

The Mideast: A Century of Conflict. http://www.npr.org/news/specials/mideast/history/index.html. History of the Arab-Israeli conflict. 211

Center for Reduction of Religious-Based Conflict. http://aps.naples.net/community/NFNWebpages/storyboard.cfm?StoryBoardNum=142&PageNum=1. History of religious conflicts throughout the world. 211

Genderside Watch. http://gendercide.org. Genocides in history. 211

Human Rights Watch. http://www.hrw.org/en/category/topic/refugees. The who, what, when, where, and why of dealing with refugees. 211

Session 6: Economic Interdependence 212

Session 6: Economic Interdependence 212

North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).” SICE :: Foreign Trade Information System. http://www.sice.oas.org/trade/nafta/naftatce.asp 212

World Trade Organization. http://www.wto.org 212

International Monetary Fund. http://www.imf.org 212

The European Union: A Guide for Americans. http://www.eurunion.org/infores/euguide/euguide.htm 212

In what ways can the world community help less developed countries? 212

In what ways can regional integration (e.g., EU, ASEAN) help the economies of nations? 212

How can companies (e.g., multinational corporations) in developed nations help the economies of developing nations? 212

Session 7: The Impact of Terrorism 213

Session 7: The Impact of Terrorism 213

car bombing—e.g., Oklahoma City 213

suicide bombing—e.g., Iraq 213

airline hijacking—e.g., 9/11. 213

Session 8: Assessment 214

Session 8: Assessment 214

Attachment A: Notes on Developed vs. Developing Nations 215

Attachment B: Economic Development Chart 216

Attachment C: World Population Forum 217

Attachment D: Economic Interdependence 218

Attachment E: Examples of International Terrorism 219

Attachment F: International Terrorism Data Questions and Activities 220

Attachment G: International Terrorism Data Charts 221

Attachment G: International Terrorism Data Charts, continued 222

Attachment H: Web Quest on Terrorism in the Modern Era 223

Attachment I: Sample Assessment Items 224








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