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Unit 10.1:

The World in 1750 C.E.

How are governments formed? How do they stabilize, centralize, and sometimes lose control?
~10 days

The world in 1750 was marked by powerful Eurasian states and empires, coastal African kingdoms, and growing European maritime empires. The interactions of these states, empires, and kingdoms disrupted regional trade networks and influenced the development of new global trade networks.

Unit Essential Questions:

  • How are governments formed?
  • How do they stabilize, centralize, and sometimes lose control?

Unit Outline

11 Components

 

10th Grade Global History Pre-Assessment See 3 itemsHide 3 items

End of Unit Assessments See 2 itemsHide 2 items

Unit Introduction and Vocabulary See 1 itemHide 1 item

The World ca. 1750 and Unit 9.10 Review See 1 itemHide 1 item

Mughal and Ottoman Empires See 1 itemHide 1 item

Tokugawa Shogunate See 1 itemHide 1 item

Mughal and Tokugawa Relationships with Outsiders: CLOSE READ See 1 itemHide 1 item

Unit Synthesis Task See 1 itemHide 1 item