Focus On World History: The First Global Age And The Age Of Revolution:grades 7-9

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Walch Publishing, 2002 - History - 146 pages
Offers activities to students that describe the major themes in world history between 1450 and 1900, including the development and consequences of links to unexplored countries, important inventions, and cultural revolutions.
 

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Contents

SEA ROUTES LINK THE GLOBE
1
EUROPE IN THE GLOBAL
22
A Gallery of Women Rulers 8 Scientific Revolution Hall of Fame 9 Enlightened Thought
23
EMPIRES AND SOCIETIES OF EURASIA 37 39 42 Teachers Guide
37
Student Background
39
Mapping Three Empires
42
A Time Line
43
Name That Ruler
44
Freeing the Serfs
81
Indians in Colonial India
82
British and Indian Views
83
A Letter
84
Chinas Response to the West
85
Japans Response to the West
86
Meiji Changes
87
GLOBAL CHANGE AND WESTERN IMPERIALISM Teachers Guide
88

Cause and Effect
45
Chinese Life
46
Confucian Values
47
Europe in Asia
48
A Letter
49
Japan and the Outside World
50
Letters Between Friends 但仍业的组织织如红 49
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Effects of Nationalism
69
Child Labor Testimony
70
Womens Rights
71
Teachers Guide
72
Student Background
74
A TwoEdged Sword
77
Geopolitics in Southwest Asia
78
The Crimean War
79
Russian Social Classes
80
Student Background
90
Your World Voyage
93
Leaving Europe
94
A Graph
95
Two Canals
97
This
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Responses to Imperialism
100
Africa and Europe
101
Science and Technology in the Nineteenth Century
102
Answers Additional Activities and Assessments
103
The Declaration of the Rights of Man 2 Phases of the French Revolution
Cause and Effect 5 American Revolutionary Leaders
Why Britain? 9 The Industrial Revolution Impact on the Environment 62 63 64 65 66
Additional Resources 128
Glossary 130
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