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Unit/ State Standards
Ancient Civilizations
-S2C2PO1:Describethedevelopmentofearly

prehistoricandearlyhistoricpeople,theiragriculture,
andsettlements.(i.e.,Hammurabi,characteristicsof
civilization,earlyrivercivilizationsincludingMe
-S2C2PO2:Analyzethedevelopmentandhistorical
significanceofHinduism,Judaism,Buddhism,
Christianity,andIslam(i.e,polytheism,monotheism).a.
Hinduism(i.e.,nofounder,castesystem,karma,
reincarnation,Vedas)b.Judaism(i.e.,Abraham,Ten
Commandments,Torah)c.Buddhism(i.e.,Siddhartha
Gautama,FourNobleTruths,EightfoldPath,Sutras)d.
Christianity(i.e.,Jesus,TenCommandments,
Resurrection,Bible)e.Islam(i.e.,Muhammad,Five
Pillars,Quran)
-S2C2PO4:AnalyzetheenduringChinese
contributionsandtheirimpactonothercivilizations:a.
developmentofconceptsofgovernmentandcitizenship
(e.g.,Confucianism,empire)b.scientific,mathematical,
andtechnicaladvances(e.g.,roads,aqueducts,Silk
Route,art,architecture,mathandphilosophy)c.cultural
advancementsinart,architecture,literature,theater,and
philosophy

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Greece
S2C2PO3:AnalyzetheenduringGreekcontributions
andtheirimpactonlatercivilization:a.developmentof
conceptsofgovernmentandcitizenship(i.e.,democracy,
citystates,PersianandPeloponnesianWar)b.scientific
andculturaladvancements(i.e.,Socrates,Plato,
Aristotle,artandarchitecture,literatureandtheater,
mathematics,andphilosophy,Homer,Olympics)

8-10

Rome
S2C2PO3:AnalyzetheenduringGreekandRoman
contributionsandtheirimpactonlatercivilization:a.
developmentofconceptsofgovernmentandcitizenship,
(i.e.,republics,veto,codificationoflaw,developmentof
empire,JuliusCaesar,Augustus,Constantine)b.
scientificandculturaladvancements(i.e.,networkof
roads,aqueducts,architecture,JuliusCaesar,Augustus,
Constantine)

11-12

The World in transition


S2C3PO1:ContrastthefallofRomewiththe
developmentoftheByzantineandArabEmpires(e.g.,

Unit Objectives
-SWBATAnalyze the causes
for the evolution of the major
civilizations of the ancient
world and the development
of their education as well as
physical education systems.
- SWBAT Discuss
Mesopotamia (ancient
Sumer), ancient Egypt,
China, India, and the
Hebrews and their
contribution to, and lasting
effects on current day

-SWBAT explain key elements


of ancient Greek civilization,
including government,
mythology, philosophy,
sports, art, and architecture
-SWBAT identify the influence
of ancient Greece in the
world today
-SWBAT argue the
importance of Alexander the
Great

-SWBAT discuss how early


Roman Government
functioned
-SWBAT identify factors in
which led to the decline of
the Roman Republic and the
rise of the Roman Empire
-SWBAT- explain how the
Roman empire grew through
military and technological
dominance
-SWBAT identify the reasons
the Roman republic fell.
-SWBAT analyze how the fall
of the Roman Empire led to
the formation of Feudalism
-SWBAT identify why the

13-15

religion,culture,language,governmentalstructure).a.
reasonsforthefallofRomeb.Justinianc.splitof
ChristianityintotheOrthodoxandCatholicChurches.d.
DarkAgesascomparedtoadvancedempireselsewhere
S2C3PO4:DescribetheinteractionofEuropeanand
Asiancivilizationsfromthe12thtothe16thcenturies:a.
EffectsoftheCrusades(i.e.,increaseintrade,religious
intolerance,weakensfeudalism,increaseinpowerof
King,riseineducation,decreasepowerofPope)b.
commerceandtheSilkRoadc.impactoncultured.
causes(i.e.,rats,fleas,trade,poorsanitation)andeffects
(i.e.,killedonethirdofpopulation,helpedend
feudalism)oftheplague

Arab world developed faster


than Europe during the
middles ages
-SWBAT explain the reasons
why the early Christian
church split into 2 different
factions.
-SWBAT discuss the Crusades
and the effects they had on
Europe and the Arab world.
-SWBAT describe the impact
that the plague had on
Europe during the 13th-15th
centuries.

Renaissance

-SWBAT identify the origins of


the renaissance.
-SWBAT examine the
rediscovery of Greek and
Roman ideas during and after
the 15th century.
-SWBAT discuss the
innovations in the arts and
sciences during the
renaissance and the people
involved.

S2C4PO1:AnalyzetheresultsofRenaissancethoughts
andtheories:a.rediscoveryofGreekandRomanideas
(i.e.,classical)b.humanismanditsemphasison
individualpotentialandachievementsc.innovationsin
theartsandsciences(i.e.,Michelangelo[SistineChapel
Ceiling,David,Pieta],daVinci[MonaLisa,Last
Supper],Raphael[SchoolofAthens],perspective,
Machiavelli[ThePrince],patronsofthearts).

16-17

Reformation
S2C4PO2:ExplainhowtheideasoftheProtestant
ReformationandtheCatholicReformation(e.g.,secular
authority,individualism,migration,literacyand
vernacular,thearts)affectedsociety.A.Inquisitionb.
impactofprintingpressc.HenryVIIId.MartinLuther
e.JohnCalvinf.creationofnewProtestant
denominations

-SWBAT analyze how the


prevailing belief system
affected the division of power
in the Holy Roman Empire.
-SWBAT Describe the
changes in and complaints
against the Catholic Church
at the time of the
Reformation.
-SWBAT identify Martin
Luther, Calvin, Henry VIII,
and other influential people
of the reformation.