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CDV of the Week: #1: Life

CDV of the Week: #2: Rule of Law

CDV of the Week: #3: Pursuit of Happiness

CDV of the Week: #4: Justice

CDV of the Week: #5: Separation of Powers

CDV of the Week: #6: Checks & Balances

CDV of the Week: #7: Popular Sovereignty

CDV of the Week: #8: Patriotism

CDV of the Week: #9:  Diversity

CDV of the Week: #10: Equality

CDV of the Week: #11: Common Good

CDV of the Week: #12: Freedom of Religion


Unit 5: Industrialization & Nationalism

Essential Questions:  Why was industrialization possible?  How did the Industrial Revolution change society?  Why might growing nationalism have posed a threat to rulers?  Why might groups want self-rule?  What benefits do people enjoy today because of the the Second Industrial Revolution?  What factors might contribute to the failure of democracy?

The goals of Unit Five include the following:  

  1. Describe increasing global interconnections between societies,through the emergence and spread of ideas, innovations, and commodities
  2. Compare and contrast the rise of the nation-states.
  3. Explain the expanding role of state power in managing economies, transportation systems, and technologies, and other social environments.
  4. Analyze the political, economic, and social causes and consequences of imperialism.
  5. Evaluate the different experiences of African societies north and south of the Sahara with imperialism.
  6. Analyze the political, economic, and social transformations in East Asia.
  7. Explain how industrialization led to conflict between countries.

      Standards:  

  • Michigan Social Studies-6.1.1, 6.1.2, 6.1.3, 6.1.4, 6.1.5, 6.2.2, 6.2.3, 6.3.1 
  • National Geography-9, 10, 11, 13, 14 
  • Common Core-11.RH.1, 11.RH.2, 11.RH.6, 11.RH.8

 Contact C. Schull by email (schullc@harpercreek.net) or by phone (269-441-8484).  


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Carissa Schull,
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