• Welcome to World History!

    JACKSON SCHOOL DISTRICT

    Social Studies Department-World History Grade 9

    Mrs. Kathleen McCarthy                                            

    Contact:  kamccarthy@jacksonsd.org  

    Rooms 218 & 220

    Extra help:  Rm. 218 1:38-2:15 (schedule ahead)

    During this period of remote learning, please refer to google classroom for your assignments. The links below will direct you to google classroom by your class period.  In the student resources tab of my teacher pages, you will find instructions to access the textbook website and a pdf link to the unit in which we are presently working. Feel free to email me with any questions you might have at kamccarthy@jacksonsd.org.  Stay well and remember to pitch in at home whenever you can!  Hopefully, we will all be back together in school soon.

    Per 1: https://classroom.google.com/c/NjA0NTIxOTYzNzFa

    Per 2:  https://classroom.google.com/c/NjA2OTU3NDE2NDda

    Per. 4:  https://classroom.google.com/c/NjA0NTIxOTYzOTNa

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    Description of Course Content:

     

    World History is a one semester social studies course required for 9th grade history students.  The purpose of the course is to provide students with a knowledge of the past required to understand the present.  The course highlights events which have shaped the contemporary world.  A chronological approach will be used to help facilitate learning.  Non-western, as well as western history is addressed.  Significant events and ideas in history and the impact of each upon the development of the modern world are discussed.  Contributions of individuals and people in history are included.  Cultural and social history, as well as political and economic history, are all integral parts of the curriculum.  By the end of the course, students will have an appreciation of democratic citizenship and historical understanding of the world. 

     

    Description of Expected Learning

     

    By the end of the course students will understand:

     

    1. Global Interactions, The Renaissance and Reformation NJCCCS #6.2.12 A, B, C, D

               

    1. Interaction Between European and Asian Cultures
    2. Renaissance and Reformation

               

    1. The Age of Exploration, Colonization, Nation Building, and Absolutism

              NJCCCS #6.2.12 A, B, C, D

                 

    1. Age of Exploration
    2. Nation Building and Colonization
    3. Rise of Absolute Rule

     

    1. The Age of Revolutionary Change NJCCCS # 6.2.12 A, D

               

    1. The Enlightenment and Scientific Revolution
    2. Trace Absolutism to Revolution    

                   

    1. Europe’s Role in the 19th Century NJCCCS #6.2.12 A, B, C, D

               

    1. European Nationalism
    2. Industrial Revolution
    3. Global Imperialism

     

     

    1. Causes and Consequences of World War I  NJCCCS #6.2.12 A, B, C, D

     

    1. Examine the World at War
    2. Effects of Global Conflict on the Modern World

     

     

    1. 20th Century Economics and Conflicts NJCCCS #6.2.12 A, B, C, D

           1.   Cold War

           2.  Preview Perspective on the Present

                 

     

     

     

  • Please refer to the introduction letter found under student resources.

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