First Semester Daily Lessons UNIT TWO

The lessons below are in the order they are taught in the course:

Each Daily Lesson Contains:


- the daily AGENDA
- the daily JOURNAL/"Bell-Ringer Activity"
- the daily LESSON PURPOSE/LEARNING TARGET
- a PREVIEW OF END OF LESSON QUESTIONS
- a MINI-LECTURE/LESSON (which corresponds to the student note-taking guide)
- the ACTIVITIES & ASSIGNMENTS of the day
- the END OF LESSON QUESTIONS (Major success criteria)
- the HOMEWORK assignment
- the LAUNCH! (a message to send with students at the end of the hour)

 

 

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Unit FOUR: East Asian Empires

(circa 600 to 1350 CE)

Lesson 29: Introduction to Southwest Asia

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Lesson 30: Introduction to Islam

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Lesson 31: Developments of Muslim Empires

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Unit FIVE: The European Middle Ages

(circa 500 to 1500 CE)

Lesson 52: The Byzantine Empire & the Eastern Orthodox Church

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Lesson 53: Byzantines, Russians, and Turks Interact

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Lesson 54: Introduction to Europe & Middle Ages

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Unit TWO: The Rise of Islam

(circa 600 to 1250 CE)

Lesson 22: Introduction to Southwest Asia

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  • Examine and explain some of the major characteristics of Southwest Asia (physical and cultural) - compare and contrast different major cultural/language groups and identify important organizations (OPEC)

  • Compare the importance of the Holy Land (Jerusalem, Israel, & Palestine) for Jews, Christians, and Muslims

  • Continue to explore the roots of Palestinian-Israeli Conflict

Lesson 23: Introduction to Islam

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Lesson 24: Developments of Muslim Empires

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Lesson 35: Introduction to Africa and its Diverse Societies

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*Lesson 36: Early African Societies - Focus on the Bantu Migrations and the Kingdom of Aksum

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Lesson 37: North African Muslim States

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Unit THREE: Pre-Colonial African Empires & Trade Centers

(Africa to circa 1500)

Unit SIX: Renaissance & Reformation Europe

(circa 1300-1600 CE)

Lesson 82: Introduction to the Renaissance (The Renaissance Begins in Italy)

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Lesson 83: Characteristics of the Renaissance

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Lesson 83: The Northern Renaissance

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