World History Semester 3: 1880-1930 Imperialism, Invention, WWI , and Fascism
This 8-week class takes learners focuses on changes in European powers from 1880 into the early 1930s before the outbreak of WW2.
Kim Guthriegabs M. Ed
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Over 8 weeks
55 minutes per class
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Meet each week to sequence major historical events and key people during the 50 years from 1880-1930. week 1: Nationalism: Revolution & Unification Revolutions of 1848, unification of Germany, unification of Italy romanticism, Otto Von Bismarck week 2: Imperialism in Africa and Asia Scramble for Africa, Boer Wars, Boxer Rebellion, Open Door Policy, Cecil Rhodes, Rudyard Kipling week 3: Causes of WWI -blame it on Napoleon ...
Explain imperialism in Africa and Asia Sequence the Women's Suffrage Movement across the world. Explain the importance of key people: Cecil Rhodes, Czar Nicolas, Rudyard Kipling, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Lucretia Mott, Henry Ford, Vanderbilt, Carnegie, Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini, US presidents (T. Roosevelt, Wilson, Coolidge, and Hoover) Sequence the major events that caused the change from 1880-1930.
I am nationally certified to teach history to grades 6-9 and hold professional certification to teach elementary and middle school grades. I have two Master's degrees in education. I taught history for over 15 years in a public school classroom where I was also the lead history teacher.
Weekly Blooket or Kahoot! quizzes Weekly primary and secondary source analysis writing assignments
1 file available upon enrollmentPaper for notes Google Slides for primary and secondary source review
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
Informal assessments and overall scores on review quizzes. Rubric-based grades for other assignments
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Blooket and Kahoot! quiz review links are provided weekly. Each link is unique to each class section. They are unique and do not require a login with private information. This history semester deals with the idea of white supremacy and how its effects on nations that were imperialized and colonized in Africa and Asia during the 1800s- a poem that supports white supremacy "The White Man's Burden" and political cartoons will be provided as an optional homework assignment for analysis-not because I support the concept, but to demonstrate the point of view of many Europeans and Americans during the late 1800s. Some political cartoons use symbolism that will be offensive to many learners but is important to analyze to understand the perception of many during the time period we will be studying. Again, the political cartoons are not a reflection of my personal views but are important to analyze if we are to understand how some concepts and ideas of privilege and prejudice continue today. In analyzing and discussing these historic images and ideas we can move to a common understanding of the issues many face today. Week 7 focuses on the rise of Fascism across Europe as an effect of the economic depression and other issues discussed in earlier lessons. The lesson does not cover the sequence of Mussolini, Hitler, or Stalin's leadership, but focuses on the ideology of their government systems.
Asia Higlights.com (French Colonial Legacy) The poem "The White Man's Burden", by Rudyard Kipling loc.gov.us, DocsTeach Victoria Albert Museum uk National archives.uk Museum of the City of New York Federal Reserve History.org theworldwar.org International War Museum.org.uk, the Warwick.ac.uk
Kim Guthriegabs M. Ed
Kim Guthrie M.Ed.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
401 total reviews
580 completed classes
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. I speak French and love to travel to countries where I can immerse...