It concerns the power struggle between different social classes, often between the 'haves' and the 'have-nots. This theme focuses on the landmarks that were both man-made and created by nature. Industrial Revolution Change from hand and home production to machine and factory Society and economy become urban-industrial state B. Naturally, areas near major rivers or water sources tend to be more suitable for development. Pre-Islamic Arabian Women Economic, advice, not secluded More freedom than other early civilizations 2 Family and Kinship A.
Small Pox Killed thousands of Native Americans which was the main reason for major depopulation Allowed colonization by allowing Westerners to easily access Native American land B. Class struggle refers to the tension and struggle for power between different social classes. They have developed philosophies and ideologies, technologies and forms of artistic expression. These are almost always hierarchical, with some classes or castes higher than others. Studying the dominant belief system s or religions, philosophical interests, and technical and artistic approaches can reveal how major groups in society view themselves and others, and how they respond to multiple challenges. Persia Persia stretched from Egypt to India Had rich resources of water, gold, and fertile farmland Divided into 20 provinces to prevent any single region to become too powerful Persian Art Continued. Compass It was created during the Qin dynasty using lodestones Zheng He was the first recorded to have used it for navigation B.
A society's culture may be investigated and compared with other societies' cultures as a way to reveal both what is unique to a culture and what is shares with other cultures. The processes of adopting or adapting new belief and knowledge systems are complex and often lead to historically novel cultural blends. ® does not endorse, nor is it affiliated in any way with the owner or any content of this web site. United Nation Maintain international peace and security Develop friendly relations among nations and promoting social progress, better living standards and human rights B. Another leading cause of war throughout history has been nationalism. You should be able to discuss the historical developments and processes that have helped configure the United States into the country it is today. How have political beliefs and institutions shifted over time? Most of us have probably heard the common adage: 'Those that don't learn from the past are doomed to repeat it,' or something similar.
The course also provides seven themes that students explore throughout the course in order to make connections among historical developments in different times and places: American and national identity; migration and settlement; politics and power; work, exchange, and technology; America in the world; geography and the environment; and culture and society. Neolithic Revolution Pigs, sheep, goats, and cattle domesticated Creation of agriculture Metal tools emerge B. Over the span of the course, students should move from describing to evaluating the conflicting historical evidence used in making plausible historical evidence. American Capitalism private ownership of the means of production social class structure of private owners and free wage-earners B. Of course, nationalism is most often associated with modern history, as opposed to ancient history. Global Migration Period 6: Accelerating Global Change and Realignments, c.
Karl Marx once said: 'History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce. The Servile Wars of Ancient Rome, a slave uprising, is one example of class struggle from ancient times. Historical thinking involves the ability to describe, compare, and evaluate multiple historical documents within one society, one or more developments across different societies, and in various chronological and geographical contexts. We will see how societal migration, cultural transformation, conflicts, industrialization, and other trends help facilitate historical development. Class struggle is one of the most important reoccurring themes in history. Each time period is broken down into 7 different themes.
As people flocked into cities or established trade networks, new diseases emerged and spread, sometimes devastating an entire region. The most basic social structure has always been the family, but kinship, race, ethnicity and economic level are also ways of grouping. Clans in Ancient Mid East Shaykhs were leaders elected by council of elder advisors Support and loyalty were implemented B. Each age marvels at its own technological advances, making previous advances seem primitive. History students investigate significant events, individuals, developments, and processes in nine historical periods from approximately 1491 to the present. Da Vinci Use of perspective was a new artistic characteristic to make art more realistic Shadow and distance added new dimensions in art B.
Throughout history, people groups have found it necessary to migrate, or move from one place to another. Likewise, Galileo Galilei faced the Roman Inquisition in the 17th century for contradicting the established religious view that the Earth was at the center of the universe. Also look at the influence the United States has on world affairs, both in the past and currently. Daoism Nature, Natural order all are important beliefs Laozi is the founder Hierarchical diffusion spread it Confucius Daoism in Caligraphy B. It stresses major transitions in human economic activity, such as the growth and spread of agricultural, pastoral, and industrial production; the development of various labor systems associated with these economic systems including different forms of household management and the use of coerced or free labor ; and the ideologies, values, and institutions such as capitalism and socialism that sustained them. Indian Caste System Warrior or governing class, priestly class, traders and farmers, common laborers, untouchables Varnas are Aryan social classes Hinduism justified the classes B. Many of these resources correspond to the American Pageant textbook.
Historical thinking involves the ability to develop meaningful and persuasive new understandings of the past by applying all of the other historical thinking skills, by drawing appropriately on ideas and methods from different fields of inquiry or disciplines, and by creatively fusing disparate, relevant and, sometimes contradictory evidence from primary sources and secondary works. This skill requires that students be able to describe commonly accepted historical arguments about the nature of the past and then explain how such arguments have been constructed from historical evidence. She works with families, students, teachers and small businesses to create and implement programs, campaigns and experiences that help support and maximize efforts to grow communities who critically think, engage and continue to learn. All political systems are formed on the concept of legitimacy and when legitimacy is lost, revolts and revolutions transform the system. Two Fronts of Germany Attacks of France to the West and the Soviets to the East Schlieffen Plan proposed it Nationalism provided militaristic confidence and drive 4 Revolts and Revolution A. It also involves the ability to identify, compare and evaluate multiple perspectives on a given historical experience. In this case, archaeological or geographical analysis may have to be used instead of the more traditional forms of historical research.