9780618187744

World History, Grades 9-12 Patterns of Interaction

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    9780618187744

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  • Copyright: 2003-11-05
  • Publisher: HOUGHTON MIFFLIN SCHOOL

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Table of Contents

UNIT 1 4 million B.C.--200 B.C. Beginnings of Civilization
Introduction
Rand McNally World Atlas
1(1)
Strategies for Taking Standardized Tests
1
PART 1: Strategies for Studying History
2
Part 2: Test-Taking Strategies and Practice
6
Prehistory--2500 B.C. The Peopling of the World
2(24)
Human Origins in Africa
5(9)
Analyzing Key Concepts: Culture
6(6)
History Through Art: Cave Paintings
12(2)
Humans Try to Control Nature
14(5)
Civilization
Case Study Ur in Sumer
19(2)
Analyzing Key Concepts: Civilization
21(5)
3500 B.C.--450 B.C. Early River Valley Civilizations
26(32)
City-States in Mesopotamia
29(6)
Pyramids on the Nile
35(9)
History in Depth: Pyramids and Mummies
39(3)
Social History: Work and Play in Ancient Egypt
42(2)
Planned Cities on the Indus
44(6)
Science & Technology: Plumbing in Mohenjo-Daro
47(3)
River Dynasties in China
50(8)
2000 B.C.--250 B.C. People and Ideas on the Move
58(28)
The Indo-Europeans
61(5)
Hinduism and Buddhism Develop
66(6)
Seafaring Traders
72(5)
History in Depth: Phoenician Trade
75(2)
The Origins of Judaism
77(9)
Analyzing Key Concepts: Judaism
80(3)
Different Perspectives: The Flood Story
83(3)
1570 B.C.--200 B.C. First Age of Empires
86(34)
The Egyptian and Nubian Empires
89(6)
History in Depth: Egyptian Influence on Nubian Culture
92(3)
The Assyrian Empire
95(4)
The Persian Empire
99(5)
Global Impact: Empire Building
102(2)
The Unification of China
104(16)
History in Depth: The Great Wall of China
108(4)
Comparing and Contrasting: Ancient Civilizations
112(8)
UNIT 2 2000 B.C.--A.D. 700 New Directions in Government and Society
2000 B.C.--300 B.C. Classical Greece
120(32)
Cultures of the Mountains and the Sea
123(4)
Warring City-States
127(7)
History in Depth: Festivals and Sports
130(4)
Democracy and Greece's Golden Age
134(8)
History Through Art: Greek Art and Architecture
140(2)
Alexander's Empire
142(4)
The Spread of Hellenistic Culture
146(6)
500 B.C.--A.D. 500 Ancient Rome and Early Christianity
152(34)
The Roman Republic
155(5)
The Roman Empire
160(8)
Social History: Life in a Roman Villa
166(2)
The Rise of Christianity
168(5)
The Fall of the Roman Empire
173(5)
Different Perspectives: The Fall of the Roman Empire
177(1)
Rome and the Roots of Western Civilization
178(8)
Analyzing Key Concepts: Western Civilization
180(2)
Science & Technology: The Colosseum
182(4)
400 B.C.--A.D. 550 India and China Establish Empires
186(24)
India's First Empires
189(4)
Trade Spreads Indian Religions and Culture
193(7)
History Through Art: Hindu and Buddhist Art
198(2)
Han Emperors in China
200(10)
Global Impact: Trade Networks
204(6)
1500 B.C.--A.D. 700 African Civilizations
210(22)
Diverse Societies in Africa
213(7)
Science & Technology: African Ironworking
218(2)
Migration
Case Study Bantu-Speaking Peoples
220(5)
The Kingdom of Aksum
225(7)
40,000 B.C.--A.D. 700 The Americas: A Separate World
232(28)
The Earliest Americans
235(5)
Early Mesoamerican Civilizations
240(6)
History Through Art: Olmec Sculpture
244(2)
Early Civilizations of the Andes
246(14)
History in Depth: Nazca Lines
248(4)
Comparing and Contrasting: Classical Ages
252(8)
UNIT 3 500--1500 An Age of Exchange and Encounter
600--1250 The Muslim World
260(38)
The Rise of Islam
263(6)
Analyzing Architecture: The Dome of the Rock
266(3)
Islam Expands
269(4)
Muslim Culture
273(25)
Science & Technology: Astronomy
275(7)
World Religions and Ethical Systems
282(2)
Buddhism
284(2)
Christianity
286(2)
Hinduism
288(2)
Islam
290(2)
Judaism
292(2)
Confucianism
294(4)
500--1500 Byzantines, Russians, and Turks Interact
298(22)
The Byzantine Empire
301(6)
Analyzing Key Concepts: Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy
305(2)
The Russian Empire
307(7)
History Through Art: Russian Religious Art and Architecture
312(2)
Turkish Empires Rise in Anatolia
314(6)
600--1350 Empires in East Asia
320(30)
Tang and Song China
323(7)
Social History: Tang and Song China: People and Technology
328(2)
The Mongol Conquests
330(5)
History in Depth: A Mighty Fighting Force
332(3)
The Mongol Empire
335(4)
Feudal Powers in Japan
339(5)
History in Depth: Japanese Samurai
342(2)
Kingdoms of Southeast Asia and Korea
344(6)
500--1200 European Middle Ages
350(26)
Charlemagne Unites Germanic Kingdoms
353(5)
Feudalism in Europe
358(6)
Analyzing Key Concepts: Feudalism
361(3)
The Age of Chivalry
364(6)
Science & Technology: Castles and Siege Weapons
366(4)
The Power of the Church
370(6)
800--1500 The Formation of Western Europe
376(30)
Church Reform and the Crusades
379(8)
History in Depth: Gothic Architecture
381(5)
Different Perspectives: The Crusades
386(1)
Changes in Medieval Society
387(6)
England and France Develop
393(5)
The Hundred Years' War and the Plague
398(8)
Global Impact: The Spread of Epidemic Disease
400(6)
800--1500 Societies and Empires of Africa
406(32)
North and Central African Societies
409(4)
West African Civilizations
413(9)
History Through Art: Benin Bronzes
420(2)
Eastern City-States and Southern Empires
422(16)
Analyzing Architecture: Great Zimbabwe
426(4)
Comparing and Contrasting: Trade Networks
430(8)
UNIT 4 500--1800 Connecting Hemispheres
500--1500 People and Empires in the Americas
438(30)
North American Societies
441(5)
Maya Kings and Cities
446(6)
History Through Art: Maya Architecture
450(2)
The Aztecs Control Central Mexico
452(7)
History in Depth: The Aztec Calendar
457(2)
The Inca Create a Mountain Empire
459(9)
Social History: Incan Mummies
464(4)
1300--1600 European Renaissance and Reformation
468(36)
Italy: Birthplace of the Renaissance
471(9)
History Through Art: Renaissance Ideas Influence Renaissance Art
478(2)
The Northern Renaissance
480(8)
Social History: City Life in Renaissance Europe
486(2)
Luther Leads the Reformation
488(7)
Analyzing Key Concepts: Protestantism
491(4)
The Reformation Continues
495(9)
Different Perspectives: The Reformation
501(3)
1300--1700 The Muslim World Expands
504(22)
The Ottomans Build a Vast Empire
507(5)
Cultural Blending
Case Study The Safavid Empire
512(4)
The Mughal Empire in India
516(10)
History Through Art: Cultural Blending in Mughal India
522(4)
1400--1800 An Age of Explorations and Isolation
526(24)
Europeans Explore the East
529(7)
Science & Technology: The Tools of Exploration
531(5)
China Limits European Contacts
536(6)
History in Depth: The Forbidden City
538(4)
Japan Returns to Isolation
542(8)
1492--1800 The Atlantic World
550(36)
Spain Builds an American Empire
553(8)
Different Perspectives: The Legacy of Columbus
560(1)
European Nations Settle North America
561(5)
The Atlantic Slave Trade
566(5)
The Columbian Exchange and Global Trade
571(15)
Global Impact: Food Exchange
572(2)
Analyzing Key Concepts: Mercantilism
574(4)
Comparing and Contrasting: Methods of Government
578(8)
UNIT 5 1500--1900 Absolutism to Revolution
1500--1800 Absolute Monarchs in Europe
586(34)
Spain's Empire and European Absolutism
589(7)
Analyzing Key Concepts: Absolutism
594(2)
The Reign of Louis XIV
596(7)
History in Depth: The Palace at Versailles
600(3)
Central European Monarchs Clash
603(5)
Absolute Rulers of Russia
608(6)
Social History: Surviving the Russian Winter
612(2)
Parliament Limits the English Monarchy
614(6)
1550--1789 Enlightenment and Revolution
620(28)
The Scientific Revolution
623(6)
The Enlightenment in Europe
629(7)
Different Perspectives: European Values During the Enlightenment
635(1)
The Enlightenment Spreads
636(4)
The American Revolution
640(8)
Analyzing Key Concepts: Democracy
643(5)
1789--1815 The French Revolution and Napoleon
648(30)
The French Revolution Begins
651(5)
Revolution Brings Reform and Terror
656(7)
Science & Technology: The Guillotine
659(3)
Different Perspectives: The French Revolution
662(1)
Napoleon Forges an Empire
663(5)
Napoleon's Empire Collapses
668(4)
The Congress of Vienna
672(6)
1789--1900 Nationalist Revolutions Sweep the West
678(36)
Latin American Peoples Win Independence
681(6)
Global Impact: Struggling Toward Democracy
684(3)
Europe Faces Revolutions
687(5)
Analyzing Key Concepts: Nationalism
688(4)
Nationalism
Case Study Italy and Germany
692(6)
Revolutions in the Arts
698(16)
History Through Art: Revolutions in Painting
702(4)
Comparing and Contrasting: Political Revolutions
706(8)
UNIT 6 1700--1914 Industrialism and the Race for Empire
1700--1900 The Industrial Revolution
714(30)
The Beginnings of Industrialization
717(6)
Global Impact: Revolutions in Technology
719(4)
Industrialization
Case Study Manchester
723(4)
Analyzing Key Concepts: Industrialization
727(2)
Industrialization Spreads
729(5)
Reforming the Industrial World
734(10)
Analyzing Key Concepts: Capitalism vs. Socialism
737(4)
Different Perspectives: Industrialization
741(3)
1815--1914 An Age of Democracy and Progress
744(26)
Democratic Reform and Activism
747(4)
Self-Rule for British Colonies
751(7)
Social History: Life in Early Australia
756(2)
War and Expansion in the United States
758(4)
Nineteenth-Century Progress
762(8)
Science & Technology: Edison's Inventions
763(7)
1850--1914 The Age of Imperialism
770(32)
The Scramble for Africa
773(6)
Imperialism
Case Study Nigeria
779(1)
Analyzing Key Concepts: Imperialism
780(5)
Different Perspectives: Views of Imperialism
785(1)
Europeans Claim Muslim Lands
786(5)
British Imperialism in India
791(5)
Imperialism in Southeast Asia
796(6)
1800--1914 Transformations Around the Globe
802(36)
China Resists Outside Influence
805(5)
Modernization in Japan
810(6)
History Through Art: Japanese Woodblock Printing
814(2)
U.S. Economic Imperialism
816(6)
Science & Technology: Panama Canal
820(2)
Turmoil and Change in Mexico
822(16)
Comparing and Contrasting: Scientific and Technological Changes
830(8)
UNIT 7 1900--1945 The World at War
1914--1918 The Great War
838(26)
Marching Toward War
841(4)
Europe Plunges into War
845(6)
History in Depth: The New Weapons of War
848(2)
Science & Technology: Military Aviation
850(1)
A Global Conflict
851(7)
Different Perspectives: Views of War
857(1)
A Flawed Peace
858(6)
1900--1939 Revolution and Nationalism
864(30)
Revolutions in Russia
867(7)
Analyzing Key Concepts: Communism
872(2)
Totalitarianism
Case Study Stalinist Russia
874(1)
Analyzing Key Concepts: Totalitarianism
875(5)
History Through Art: Propaganda
880(2)
Imperial China Collapses
882(5)
History in Depth: The Long March
885(2)
Nationalism in India and Southwest Asia
887(7)
1919--1939 Years of Crisis
894(28)
Postwar Uncertainty
897(7)
Social History: Labor-Saving Devices in the United States
902(2)
A Worldwide Depression
904(6)
Fascism Rises in Europe
910(5)
Analyzing Key Concepts: Fascism
911(4)
Aggressors Invade Nations
915(7)
1939--1945 World War II
922(40)
Hitler's Lightning War
925(6)
Japan's Pacific Campaign
931(5)
The Holocaust
936(4)
The Allied Victory
940(8)
Global Impact: Arming for War
946(2)
Europe and Japan in Ruins
948(14)
Comparing and Contrasting: The Changing Nature of Warfare
954(8)
UNIT 8 1945--Present Perspectives on the Present
1945--Present Restructuring the Postwar World
962(32)
Cold War: Superpowers Face Off
965(7)
Science & Technology: The Space Race
971(1)
Communists Take Power in China
972(4)
Wars in Korea and Vietnam
976(6)
The Cold War Divides the World
982(6)
History In Depth: How the Cold War Was Fought
983(5)
The Cold War Thaws
988(6)
1945--Present The Colonies Become New Nations
994(36)
The Indian Subcontinent Achieves Freedom
997(7)
Southeast Asian Nations Gain Independence
1004(8)
Social History: Changing Times in Southeast Asia
1010(2)
New Nations in Africa
1012(5)
Conflicts in the Middle East
1017(7)
History in Depth: Signs of Hope
1022(2)
Central Asia Struggles
1024(6)
1945--Present Struggles for Democracy
1030(38)
Democracy
Case Study Latin American Democracies
1033(7)
The Challenge of Democracy in Africa
1040(6)
The Collapse of the Soviet Union
1046(6)
Changes in Central and Eastern Europe
1052(7)
History in Depth: Ethnic Groups in the Former Yugoslavia
1057(2)
China: Reform and Reaction
1059(9)
History Through Art: Photojournalism
1064(4)
1960--Present Global Interdependence
1068(32)
The Impact of Science and Technology
1071(4)
Global Economic Development
1075(7)
Analyzing Key Concepts: Globalization
1078(3)
Different Perspectives: Economics and the Environment
1081(1)
Global Security Issues
1082(5)
Terrorism
Case Study September 11, 2001
1087(6)
Cultures Blend in a Global Age
1093(7)
Global Impact: Rock `n' Roll
1094(6)
Comparing and Contrasting: Nation Building
1100

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This is a good textbook for learning about patterns in history. From 14 million B.C. to up to the 1900's and beyond, this book is ripe for the picking. You can buy it new or used from a lot of sellers and private sellers. I particularly like the Prehistory 2500 B.C. section of the book as it very well goes into detail about the key concepts in this time period, and the cave paintings section was so interesting and up-to date seeming. Also the 'Humans controlling nature' part is really interesting, because that's something that seems to be an ongoing thing even today, and the book touches on that in all sections too. From trying to divert the flow of rivers back then to seeding clouds today, it's all in this book. And what's more is they start to touch on civililization being formed in 2500 B.C. too.

Also another part of the book I wanted to mention was the 1570 B.C. To 250 B.C.- People and Ideas on the Move section. This section is really informative on how cultures spread all over the world to be shared with a lot of people at any given time period, just like we do today. Indo-Europeans, reading how Buddhism developed, and reading about the first sea-going traders, it goes really in-depth here as it does with all sections but I just wanted to point out that this section is also a very well done section. It's amazing to see what sorts of patterns echo into today from history, and this book communicates that just perfectly!
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