Cc question 3 compare the military and religious

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CC Question: 3 Compare the military and religious aspects of European countries to that of the Islamic states during the time period 1500-1830. CCOT Question: 4 Analyze continuities and changes in interactions of global trade patterns during the time period 1500-1830 to that of previous eras. CCOT Question: 5 Analyze continuities and changes in the social classes of either Europe, China, or Japan during the time period of 1500-1800 to that of the previous eras. CCOT Question: 6 A nalyze continuities and changes in the economic systems found in the following places o Europe 1200 to 1830 o Sub-Saharan Africa (east & west Africa) 1400-1830 o China 1200 - 1830 CE Unit 5 1750-1900: Industrialization and Global Integration Key Concepts: • Industrialization and Global Capitalism • Imperialism and Nation -State Formation • Nationalism, Revolution and Reform
• Global Migration Topics for Overview include: • The Age of Revolutions: English Revolutions, Scientific Revolution & Enlightenment, American Revolution, French Revolution and its fallout in Europe, Haitian & Latin American Revolutions • Global Transformations: Demographic Changes, the End of the Atlantic Slave Trade, Industrial Revolution and Its Impact, Rise of Nationalism, Imperialism and its Impact on the World Special Focus: • Decline of Imperial China and the Rise of Imperial Japan • 19th Century Imperialism: Sub -Saharan Africa, South and Southeast Asia • Comparing the French and Latin American Revolutions • Changes in Production in Europe and the Global Impact of those Changes Readings: Bentley & Ziegler: Ch 29 - 33 Primary Sources “The White Man’s Burden” Rudyard Kipling “The Black Man’s Burden” H. T. Johnson - The United States Bill of Rights Toussaint L’Ouverture, Letter to the Directory A call to expel the British: The Azamgarh Proclamation Olaudah Equiano, The Interesting Narrative Testimony for the Factory Act 1833 - Jamaican Letter by Símon Bolivar - - letter.html The United States Declaration of Independence Karl Marx, Communist Manifesto Meiji Constitution of 1889 - Primary Source Documents from The Haitian Revolution, The Choices Program, Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University ( ) Secondary Source Readings Visual Sources Maps and photographs from Teachers Curriculum Institute (History Alive) lesson on causes of Imperialism Japanese wood-block prints from the Late Tokugawa and Meiji Era From MIT ―Visualizing Cultures‖ ( ) Political Cartoons: White Man‘s Burden, Black Man‘s Burden and Trifle Embar rassed (Hawaii) - A3E004012999/0/pt_wd_gallery7.pdf Selected activities and skill development: Given primary and secondary sources on the American, French, Haitian and Venezuelan revolutions,

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