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10.4 Closer

Global History II
Unit 10.4: Imperialism
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10.4 Closer

Students will argue for or against claims about world history using evidence from this and previous units.

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10.4 End of Unit Assessment- NEW Global II Exam Aligned

Global History II
Unit 10.4: Imperialism
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10.4 End of Unit Assessment- NEW Global II Exam Aligned

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10.4 End of Unit Assessment- NEW Global II Exam Aligned- Teacher Materials

Global History II
Unit 10.4: Imperialism
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10.4 End of Unit Assessment- NEW Global II Exam Aligned- Teacher Materials

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10.4 End of Unit Assessment- Transition Exam

Global History II
Unit 10.4: Imperialism
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10.4 End of Unit Assessment- Transition Exam

End of Unit Exam for 10.4 aligned to the NYS Global History and Geography Transition Exam

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10.4 End of Unit Assessment- Transition Exam- Teacher Materials

Global History II
Unit 10.4: Imperialism
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10.4 End of Unit Assessment- Transition Exam- Teacher Materials

Teacher materials for the End of Unit Exam for 10.4 aligned to the NYS Global History and Geography Transition Exam

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10.4 Enduring Issues Check-In

Regents Readiness
Resources: Regents Prep and Writing Resources for the Global II Exam
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10.4 Enduring Issues Check-In

 

10.4 Graphic Organizer: How did the colonizers gain, consolidate, and maintain power in their colonies?

Global History II
Unit 10.4: Imperialism
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10.4 Graphic Organizer: How did the colonizers gain, consolidate, and maintain power in their colonies?

 

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10.4 Response to Imperialism: Boxer Rebellion

Global History II
Unit 10.4: Imperialism
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10.4 Response to Imperialism: Boxer Rebellion

Students will explain the causes and effects of the Boxer Rebellion, then evaluate whether the revolt moved China closer to or further away from independence.

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10.4 Response to Imperialism: Sepoy Rebellion

Global History II
Unit 10.4: Imperialism
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10.4 Response to Imperialism: Sepoy Rebellion

Students will explain the causes and effects of the Sepoy Rebellion, then evaluate whether the revolt moved Indians closer to or further away from independence.

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10.4 SQ 10. How did Europeans and people of European descent gain, consolidate, and maintain power in South Africa?

Global History II
Unit 10.4: Imperialism
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10.4 SQ 10. How did Europeans and people of European descent gain, consolidate, and maintain power in South Africa?

Students will describe the motivations behind British imperialism in Southern Africa. They will describe how European control of Africa changed between 1850 and 1914.

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10.4 SQ 14 IMPERIALISM INQUIRY - Document Evaluation (To what extent did people in the 19th and 20th centuries express different points of view about the impacts of imperialism? How did these authors present their points of view to their audiences?)

Global History II
Unit 10.4: Imperialism
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10.4 SQ 14 IMPERIALISM INQUIRY - Document Evaluation (To what extent did people in the 19th and 20th centuries express different points of view about the impacts of imperialism? How did these authors present their points of view to their audiences?)

 

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10.4 SQ 14 IMPERIALISM INQUIRY - Pre-Inquiry Quiz (To what extent did people in the 19th and 20th centuries express different points of view about the impacts of imperialism? How did these authors present their points of view to their audiences?)

Global History II
Unit 10.4: Imperialism
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10.4 SQ 14 IMPERIALISM INQUIRY - Pre-Inquiry Quiz (To what extent did people in the 19th and 20th centuries express different points of view about the impacts of imperialism? How did these authors present their points of view to their audiences?)

 

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