Mr. Gablenz Barrington High School Social Studies

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Mr. Gablenz Barrington High School Social Studies

Developing skilled, knowledgeable, and concerned citizens of the community and world”

Semester I Reading Guide & Class Overview Global Studies”

Directions: Use this to study for tests and to follow along with the different units we will study. I will tell you a target date that we will have our exam on. You are required to read on your own the material on ABC-CLIO during the unit the pages listed below. I will I will provide class time

MP 1

Title of Unit ABC-CLIO Textbook

Unit #1 “Introduction to class / history Prehistory –Beginnings Chapter 1 & 2

characteristics of Civilization/ Egypt/Near East 3200-

Ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt 500 BC

(Prehistory-1,000 BC)

Unit #2 Early India and China & Ancient Asia 3000 BC- Chapter 3

World Religions 500 AD

(3000 B.C.-500 A.D.) Rome (Christianity)

Islamic World (1/2)

MP 2 Unit #3 DBQ Was the Great Wall worth it? -Focus on writing with thesis

Unit #4 Ancient Greece Ancient Greece Chapter 4
Unit #5 DBQ How Great was Alexander the Great? Focus on document analysis, opening,

supporting thesis and taking on other side.

MP 3

Unit #6 Roman Empire (1750 B.C.-500 AD) Ancient Rome Chapter 5

Unit #7 Middle Ages Medieval Europe Chapter 9 & 10

(400 –1500)
Mini-Unit #7 Final Exam Review

  • “If you do not have time to do it right the first time, when will you have time to do it over?”

  • “If you think you can or think you can’t you are probably right”

stereotype, to expose…and instead to bring perspective and empathy to our subjects, so

that the past can truly come alive even if just for a few moments in all of it’s

complexity.” - Popular Historian & Author Doris Kearns Goodwin, 1995

Semester II Reading Guide & Class Overview Global Studies”

MP 1

Title of Unit ABC-CLIO Textbook

Unit #1 “Renaissance/Reformation Medieval Europe Chapter 12

/Enlightenment (Last two items) 17 sec 1/2

(1300-1800) (New era-Modern Europe)

(All but Absolutism)

The Age of Reason

(The Enlightenment)

Unit #2 “Civilizations in Americas” The Americas Chapter 11

(1400 B.C.-1570 AD) World Beyond Europe

(The New World)

Mini-Unit #3 DBQ “Why did Islam spread so quickly?-Emphasis less class time for actual

writing. More emphasis on grammar, spelling, etc.

Unit #4 “Age of Exploration, Mercantilism Modern Europe Chapter 13 & 14

& Absolute Monarchy” (Rise of Absolutism) 17 Sec 3


MP 2

Unit #5 “Revolutionary Age in Europe Time of Revolutions Chapter 17 Sec 4

North America-Industrial/Political” Chapter 18, 19 Impressionism, Romanticism Chap 20 Sec 1-3

& Realism” (1800-1914)

Unit #6 “Nationalism & Imperialism Spheres of Influence Chapter 21-25

Shapes Modern World & WWI” World at War (first 3)


DBQ “What was driving Force behind European Imperialism in Africa?” MP 3

Unit #7 World between Wars, WWII World at War (4th only) Chapter 26 &27

& Cold War Cold War (First 2)

Unit #8 “Contemporary World highlights” Cold War (3 of 3) Chapter 28 & 29

RP-Find a problem and examine

possible solutions (1970-1989) A Global World First 3

Mini- Unit #9 “Final Exam Review Guide’ All of the above

to be done.”- Persian Proverb

  • Some men see things as they are and ask “Why?” I dream of things that never were

and ask “Why Not?” - Robert F. Kennedy
Directory: cms -> lib2 -> IL01001296 -> Centricity -> Domain
Domain -> Unit 2: Creating a New Nation Pages 156-169 Chapter 6: The Road to Revolution Section 1: Tighter British Control Section 2: Colonial Resistance Grows
Domain -> A separate Peace Vocabulary (Chapters 1-5)
Domain -> A separate Peace: Of Friendship, War, and Peace
Domain -> A separate Peace: Of Friendship, War, and Peace
Domain -> A separate Peace Ch. 12-13
Domain -> Questions for the epic of King Arthur
Domain -> Attila's Rise to Power
Domain -> Excerpts from The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
Domain -> G. R. A. P. E. S. Theme Chart for Mesopotamia / Sumer, Chapter 3
Domain -> Today the rules, morals, and beliefs we have did not just develop in present times. The laws that are present in today’s world have derived from past beliefs and ancient laws

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