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World History II Revolution, Empire, Imperialism, & Industry

Kim Guthriegabs M. Ed
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Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(415)
This 8-week semester Global History course analyzes the time from 1750 to 1850. It follows the Age of Revolution to the rise and fall of empires around the globe. Primary sources and extended content.

Class experience

US Grade 6 - 9
Week 1:  England v. France- name the conflicts between England and France. List changes that these conflicts brought to the world. Who benefitted, who lost?  How did the Industrial Revolution change England?

Week 2: Korea and Meiji Japan: Explain Meiji Japan. How does a nation rise to power? Explain why one nation conquers a neighboring nation.  What changes does this bring?

Week 3: Napoleon, Nationalism,  and Empire-Timeline of Napoleon's reign. Lasting impacts (negative and positive) of Napoleon.

Week 4: Collapse of the Spanish Empire-Explain how a leader in trade and exploration lost their power.   What were the effects of this change?

Week 5: Empires in the 19th Century- Who was creating empires and who was losing empires? Why does this happen and what lasting changes do we see?

Week 6: Japan and Perry- How and why does Japan move from an isolationist policy to an Open-Trade policy?  What happens in Japan because of this change? What happens in the world because of this change?

Week 7: Victorian Age and Science- When was the Victorian Age?   What was so special about this time period?     When was the Victorian Age?    What were the impacts of this time period in history?

Week 8: Review the timeline of  1750-1850- discuss positive and negatives, as well as lasting impacts that we can make connections to currently. 
I have two Master's degrees in education and a Bachelor's in Elementary Education. I am highly qualified nationally in the US to teach history and science to grades 6-9.  I have over 15 years of teaching experience in a public school classroom at the middle school level. 
I have taken several professional development courses with the National Archives in Washington, DC, and have judged nationally for the National History Day Project. 
Homework Offered
Complete review quiz challenges. Complete optional written projects and primary source analysis.
0 - 1 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
Ongoing teacher notes. Quiz results. Test results.
Grades Offered
Teacher prepared guided notes or notepaper of their own, pencil and/or pen.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
Weapons were the leading technology that allowed one nation to overpower another and its' people. I will not show graphic images during the classes or on any handouts.  The historical fact that many people in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas were killed during conflicts during this time in history will be discussed.  No religious group is portrayed as good or bad, but it is impossible to discuss history without mention of the effect that different religious groups had on different people and nations. Discussion is focused on the impacts based on historical documents.

One cannot discuss this time period without talking about the negative impacts on the people of Africa and India. No judgment is being made on the people of today, but we can look back and discuss past government policies and how they impacted different groups of people, both negatively and positively. 

I teach classes directly using Canva and YouTube clips. Occasionally I will assign documents or images for analysis using Google Docs or Google Slides.   Learners may want to submit responses in the classroom using Google Docs, but this is not required, as they may use the classroom page. 

I supply direct links for learners to use the Kahoot! and Blooket review games as a way to review between lessons. These games do not require learners to enter any personal information. The links are provided via the classroom page each week. They are only sent to the enrolled learners in the current section and expire after the unit ends. 
Victoria and Albert Museum, British Library  Victorian Age

Standford University,

Crash Course History: Nationalism, Spanish Empire collapse French-Indian War 

AP history Tom Richey

Meet the teacher

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Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(415)
I believe that students need to see the personal side of the world. When students begin to see a unique story in a history or science lesson, they become engaged and learn. 

   Learners need to see the relevance of what they learn. Then, they... 
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weekly or $160 for 8 classes
1x per week, 8 weeks
55 min

Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(1)
Completed by 4 learners
Live video meetings
Ages 11-16
2-6 learners per class

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