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World History Concept Map 2004-2005
Title: Democratic Ideas Develop from the Earliest Civilizations
Time frame: First Quarter (August 16-October 14)
Focus: The study of people, events, and issues from earliest times to the present
Macro Concept (Conceptual Lens): Patterns
Generalizations:
Essential Questions:
The student understands that
 How do geographic factors affect the
Micro Concepts (Supporting Concepts):
 Patterns of human interaction lead to changes in
establishment of and patterns of civilization?
Power
power
 How have the patterns of development in the
Cultural diffusion
 Geographic factors determine patterns of
earliest civilizations influenced contemporary
Citizenship
change
beliefs about political power and individual
Relationships
rights?
Guiding Questions:
Assessments:
Suggested Units:
1. How did the development of farming lead to the
development of the first civilizations? (10.1ABC,
10.13)
2. How do histories of the earliest civilizations
parallel contemporary situations, and how are
they different?(10.2)
3. What geographic factors were necessary for the
development and survival of the first
civilizations? (10.11, 10.12, 10.13)
4. How did contemporary democratic ideas
develop from the classical Greeks and
Romans? (10.16, 10.18)
5. What impact did Hammurabi’s Code and
Justinian’s Code of Laws have on the
development of individual rights and
responsibilities? (10.16, 10.18)
6. What roles have humans had in democratic
governments since classical Greece? (10.17)
7. What is the relationship between the arts and
society of the earliest civilizations through
classical Greece and Rome? (10.20)
8. How did the roles of women change from the
earliest civilizations through the Roman Empire?
(10.21)
9. How have the fundamental ideas that developed
in early China, India, Greece, and Rome
influenced those civilization’s institutions and
societies? (10.22)
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World History Concept Map 2004-2005
Title: Growth of Nations
Time frame: Second Quarter (October 15- December 16)
Focus: The study of people, events, and issues from earliest times to the present
Macro Concept (Conceptual Lens): Conflict
Generalizations:
Essential Questions:
The student understands that
 How has human migration and exploration
Micro Concepts (Supporting Concepts):
 Changes in cultures can bring about conflict
influence various cultures?
Migration
 Patterns of migration lead to changes in society
 How do changes in culture lead to political and
Systems
religious conflict?
Religion
Authority
Guiding Questions:
Assessments:
Suggested Units:
1. What is the significance of the years 1066 and
Benchmark
1215 in English history? (10.1, 10.16)
2. How does the political structure of medieval
Europe compare with previous civilizations?
(10.3A)
3. How did the Crusades change European culture
and politics from the Middle Ages to the
Renaissance? (10.3BC, 10.11)
4. How did the authority of the Roman Catholic
Church change between the Middle Ages and
the Reformation? (10.3BC, 10.4)
5. What are the causes and results of European
expansion in the 1500’s? (10.5)
6. What are the major political, cultural, and social
developments of non-European civilizations
prior to European exploration? (10.6, 10.23ABC)
7. How did the Magna Carta and parliamentary
system of Great Britain impact other world
governments? (10.15AB, 10.16)
8. How did the development of major religions
impact the culture and power of growing
nations? (10.19)
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World History Concept Map 2004-2005
Title: Revolution and Empire Building
Time frame: Third Quarter (January 4-March 4)
Focus: The study of people, events, and issues from earliest times to the present
Macro Concept (Conceptual Lens): Patterns
Generalizations:
Essential Questions:
The student understands that
 How do social and political structures change as
Micro Concepts (Supporting Concepts):
 Patterns in conflict lead to changes in cultures
a result of revolution?
Progress
 Patterns of change lead to progress
 How has change in science and technology
Conflict
improved the quality of life worldwide?
Equality
Liberty
Guiding Questions:
Assessments:
Suggested Units:
1. What are the causes and effects of the English,
Benchmark
American, and French Revolutions? (10.8ABC)
2. How did the ideas of separation of powers,
liberty, equality, democracy, popular
sovereignty, human rights, constitutionalism,
and nationalism develop from the Enlightenment
and major revolutions of England, America, and
France? (10.1, 10.2, 10.8ABC, 10.22BC)
3. What are the historical origins of capitalism,
socialism, and communism? (10.14)
4. How did the American and French Revolutions
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of the late 16 century differ in their impact on
political developments around the world?
(10.8ABC, 10.15)
5. What has been the impact of John Locke’s Two
Treatises of Government and The Declaration of
Independence on world political systems?
(10.16)
6. What has been the impact of the scientific
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revolution of the 16 century on worldwide,
scientific thinking? (10.23A,B,D,E)
7. What were the causes and effects of the
industrial revolution? (10.11, 10.24)
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World History Concept Map 2004-2005
Title: Nationalism and Global Interaction
Time frame: Fourth Quarter (March 7-May 25)
Focus: The study of people, events, and issues from earliest times to the present
Macro Concept (Conceptual Lens):
Generalizations:
Essential Questions:
Interdependence
The student understands that
 How do changes in power (governmental and

Changes in power occur as a result of global
economic) lead to conflict?
Micro Concepts (Supporting Concepts):
interaction
 How has global interaction influenced
Change

Interaction leads to interdependence
contemporary cultures?
Government
Economics
Power
Guiding Questions:
Assessments:
Suggested Units:
1. What was the effect of imperialism on
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TAKS
underdeveloped societies in the 19 century?
(10.1, 10.7)
2. How did the practice of liberty and equality
change with the rise of communism beginning in
1917? (10.8BD, 10.17A)
3. What were the political and economic effects of
the spread of communism between 1917 and
1990? (10.8BD, 10.14)
4. What were the causes and results of the World
Wars? (10.9)
5. How was society affected by totalitarian regimes
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in the 20 century? (10.9B)
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6. Which leaders of the 20 century had the
greatest impact on politics, society, and
religion? (10.10)
7. How were human rights violated by various
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governments in the 20 century? (10.18CD)
8. To what degree have human rights and
democratic ideals and practices been advanced
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st
throughout the world in the 20 -21 centuries?
(10.2, 10.18ACD)
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