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High School World History Geography Curriculum and Assessment Alignment. High School United States History and Geography State Assess. Focus Question Sample Response to Focus Question SCAS. Content Expectation Assess,4 1 Cross temporal or Global Expectations. Analyze important hemispheric interactions and temporal developments during an. era of increasing regional power religious expansion and the collapse of some. What forces caused Among the forces that caused classical empires to collapse was the need to maintain the. 4 1 1 Crisis in the Classical World Explain the responses to. interaction and empire over a large area This made the empire difficult to govern The military and political. common forces of change that led to the ultimate collapse of. classical empires and discuss the consequences of their collapse. C change that led to strength of the empire were centralized It was difficult to control the peripheral areas because X. the collapse of of limited technology Other elements that contributed to collapse were the demands of limited. See 4 3 3 4 3 4 4 3 5, classical empires resources judgment of the rulers and corruption. 4 1 2 World Religions Using historical and modern maps and. other documents analyze the continuing spread of major world. religions during this era and describe encounters between religious Religion was spread by the forces of cultural diffusion including military power trade. groups including What forces of, missionary conversions and migrations Encounters between different religious groups led to. Islam and Christianity Roman Catholic and Orthodox. S Cc interaction led to the, conflict such as the Crusades and tensions within the Christian Church At other times the X. 4 1 2 G4 spread of world, increased trade and the Crusades spread of religions went unchallenged such as the spread of Buddhist philosophy and the.
Islam and Hinduism in South Asia See 5 3 3 Hindu religion. continuing tensions between Catholic and Orthodox Christianity. National Geographic Standard 10 p 203, 4 1 3 Trade Networks and Contacts Analyze the development Flourishing trade along the Silk Road led to an exchange of culture and technology that. interdependence specialization and importance of interregional changed whole societies Later improvements in navigation and technology supported water. What forces of, trading systems both within and between societies including based trade routes which led to economic growth and scientific advances The consequences. S CC interaction led to, land based routes across the Sahara Eurasia and Europe of the interactions were the exchange of ideas philosophies and technologies such as X. 4 1 3 G4 increased, water based routes across Indian Ocean Persian Gulf South moveable type gun powder the magnetic compass and paper These land and water based. interdependence, China Sea Red and Mediterranean Seas trade routes resulted in interdependence specialization and interregional trading systems.
National Geography Standard 11 p 206 within the Eastern Hemisphere. Social Studies Curriculum and Assessment Alignment 2. Toolkit Resource This document has been created as an alignment and planning resource v 10 09. High School World History Geography Curriculum and Assessment Alignment. High School United States History and Geography State Assess. Focus Question Sample Response to Focus Question SCAS. Content Expectation Assess,4 2 Interregional or Comparative Expectations. Analyze and compare important hemispheric interactions and cross regional. developments including the growth and consequences of an interregional system of. communication trade and culture exchange during an era of increasing regional. power and religious expansion, We can learn about Islam by analyzing the life of the Prophet Mohammed and the Five Pillars of. Islam The Five Pillars of Islam provide the foundation for Muslim life The Five Pillars are. Shahada Profession of Faith Salah Prayers Zakat Giving of Alms Sawm Fasting during. Ramadan and Hajj Pilgrimage to Mecca, 4 2 1 Growth of Islam and Dar al Islam A country territory land After the death of the Prophet Mohammed a schism developed in Islam The split among the. or abode where Muslim sovereignty prevails Identify and explain followers of Islam into Sunni Shiite and Sufi still exits today The split was precipitated over a. the origins and expansion of Islam and the creation of the Islamic disagreement about who should be the next leader Shiites in the minority believed that the. Empire including leader should be a direct descendant of the Prophet Mohammed The majority of Muslims then. the founding geographic extent of Muslim empires and the and now are Sunnis who believe that caliphs should be elected based on piety and scholarly. artistic scientific technological and economic features of Muslim knowledge. What were the, society S M The expansion of Islam was military and religious as well as cultural and political Actions were. diverse religious traditions of Islam Sunni Shi a Shi ite Sufi. characteristics of the X,4 2 1 H1 2 Islamic Empire.
taken based on a common religion and the acknowledged central power in the caliphate Other. role of Dar al Islam as a cultural political and economic force in reasons for the success of the spread of the Muslim empires included. Afro Eurasia the relative weaknesses of the Byzantine and Persian empires. the caliphate as both a religious and political institution and the bold and efficient military methods which included the use of horses and camels. persistence of other traditions in the Arab World including the fact that Muslims were often viewed as liberators. Christianity a shared cultural identity among Muslims. National Geography Standard 10 p 203 We can use maps to identify the geographic extent of Muslim empires We can analyze the. artistic scientific technological and economic features of Muslim society using graphic. organizers To understand the role of Dar al Islam as a cultural political and economic force in. Afro Asia we must examine the caliphate as both a religious and political institution and the. persistence of other traditions in the Arab world including Christianity. The Mongolian Empire supported the establishment of important trade networks The Mongols. 4 2 2 Unification of Eurasia under the Mongols Using historical. controlled vast geographic regions and supported trade and communication through the. and modern maps locate and describe the geographic patterns of. What were the establishment of trade routes and trade centers The Mongols relied on military power for. Mongol conquest and expansion and describe the characteristics of S M. the Pax Mongolica particularly revival of long distance trading. characteristics of the conquest and unification Vast expanses of grasslands and arid landscapes could have been a X. 4 2 2 G4 Mongol Empire hindrance if the Mongols had not domesticated horses which enabled military convoys and. networks between China and the Mediterranean world. trading parties to cover great distances rapidly The Mongolian Empire tolerated assimilated. National Geography Standard 11 p 206,and integrated diverse cultures. Social Studies Curriculum and Assessment Alignment 3. Toolkit Resource This document has been created as an alignment and planning resource v 10 09. High School World History Geography Curriculum and Assessment Alignment. High School United States History and Geography State Assess. Focus Question Sample Response to Focus Question SCAS. Content Expectation Assess, When people in this era began living in larger settlements and cities they were in close. proximity to one another Public health and sanitation were poor Disease was spread by. 4 2 3 The Plague Using historical and modern maps and other. animals such as rats insects and fleas The Plague followed the major trade routes of Eurasia. evidence explain the causes and spread of the Plague and analyze What were the. and North Africa Increased trade between regions led to the rapid and disastrous spread of the. demographic economic social and political consequences of this S Cc causes and. pandemic See 4 3 5 consequences of the, epidemics The Plague Black Death was one of the most serious epidemics People from all X. 4 2 3 G1 social and economic strata were affected by pandemics The effects were a dramatic decrease. National Geography Standard 15 p 215 Plague, in population and disruption of economic activities such as farming and trade Xenophobic. behaviors and the identification of minority groups as scapegoats by leaders and communities. often occurred,4 3 Regional Expectations, Analyze important regional developments and cultural changes including the growth.
of states towns and trade in Africa south of the Sahara Europe the Americas and. 4 3 1 Africa to 1500 Describe the diverse characteristics of early. African societies and the significant changes in African society by. comparing and contrasting at least two of the major. states civilizations of East South and West Africa Aksum Africa is a diverse continent and people The diversity apparent in the environmental cultural. Swahili Coast Zimbabwe Ghana Mali Songhai in terms of economic and political characteristics of the continent today is reflective of that same diversity. environmental economic religious political and social in the past Early African kingdoms and civilizations such as Egypt Ghana Mali Songhai. structures Aksum Benin and Zimbabwe reflected this diversity and the development of the continent. National Geography Standard 12 p 208 The environmental diversity of Africa includes tropical forest grasslands and deserts These. environments were home to people who developed the technology and skills to use the. using historical and modern maps to identify the Bantu migration. resources that were available Cultural characteristics of early Africans included language. patterns and describe their contributions to agriculture What were the. religion technology agriculture and social structure such as gender and family roles. technology and language important, S M Agriculture included the planting of crops as well as animal herding and each was dependent. National Geography Standard 9 p 201 developments and. upon a particular natural environment In regions such as Ethiopia the rulers adopted the. analyzing the African trading networks by examining trans 4 3 1 H1 3 cultural changes in. Christian religion The influence of Islam was greatest in North Africa because of its proximity to. Saharan trade in gold and salt and connect these to interregional Africa. Mecca in present day Saudi Arabia The introduction of Islam was a change from the traditional. patterns of trade, religious beliefs Economic characteristics of Africa were also diverse and included agriculture. National Geography Standard 9 p 201, metallurgy trade in gold ivory and salt Because of extensive trade networks slave traders in. analyzing the development of an organized slave trade within North and West Africa participated with slave traders in other regions in the trade of enslaved. and beyond Africa people Political organizations included empires kingdoms ethnic groups and tribes. National Geography Standard 4 p 190 Migrations of people such as the Bantu were responsible for transporting ideas and products. analyzing the influence of Islam and Christianity on African across the continent including language technology and trading practices. culture and the blending of traditional African beliefs with new. ideas from Islam and Christianity,National Geography Standard 10 p 203. Social Studies Curriculum and Assessment Alignment 4. Toolkit Resource This document has been created as an alignment and planning resource v 10 09. High School World History Geography Curriculum and Assessment Alignment. High School United States History and Geography State Assess. Focus Question Sample Response to Focus Question SCAS. Content Expectation Assess, The Western Hemisphere is diverse in its land and people The diversity apparent in the.
environmental cultural economic and political characteristics of the continents today is. reflective of that same diversity in the past Early American civilizations and societies reflected. this diversity and the development of the hemisphere The environmental diversity of North and. South America includes tropical forest grasslands mid latitude boreal forests such as the. conifer forests of Northern Michigan deserts mountains and the tundra These environments. were home to people who developed the technology and skills to use the resources that were. 4 3 2 The Americas to 1500 Describe the diverse characteristics available Cultural characteristics of early Americans included language religion technology. of early American civilizations and societies in North Central and agriculture and social structure such as gender and family roles Agriculture included the. What were the planting of crops nomadic hunting and gathering as well as animal herding and each was. South America by comparing and contrasting the major aspects. important dependent upon a particular natural environment In the Western Hemisphere the indigenous. government religion interactions with the environment economy. and social life of American Indian civilizations and societies such. C developments and populations were introduced to and sometimes coerced to adopt the Christian religion The X. cultural changes in introduction of Christianity was . High School World History amp Geography Curriculum and Assessment Alignment Social Studies Curriculum and Assessment Alignment Toolkit Resource This document has been created as an alignment and planning resource v 10 09 1 High School United States History and Geography Content Expectation Category State Assess Assess

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