9th Grade World History

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Unit 1

0 Unit 1 Lesson 1: Course Introduction 01:16

This is a short one minute video giving a brief overview of the World History Unit and time periods that will be covered within the Unit. 

1 Unit 1 Lesson 2: Rise and Expansion of Empires 10:18

Objective: TSW be able to recognize important contributions and characteristics of the Ottoman & Mughal Empires as well as the Ming, Qing & Spanish empires by completing a tree map. 

In this lesson we will talk specifically about each of the five civilizations listed above. We will work to complete a Tree Map (graphic organizer) answering the following three questions: 1) Location of the Civilization 2) Rulers, Rise to Power and Expansion 3) Goals and Successes of the civilization. 

2 Unit 1 Lesson 2 Assignment Review Video 01:53

We will review the questions that are assigned to go along with Unit 1 Lesson 2.

3 Unit 1 Lesson 3: Maintaining Control 10:57

This video is 10:57 in length.

We discuss the capabilities of the early civilizations to maintain control during their existence. We continue completing the Tree Map from lesson two to organize the civilizations: Ottoman, Mughal, Ming, Qing and Spanish. 

4 Unit 1 Lesson 3 Assignment Review Video 01:49

We will be answering the 5 questions that align with the Unit 1 Lesson 3 Lessons.

5 Unit 1 Lesson 4: Focus on the Decline of Early Empires 07:01

This video discusses the major resons for decline in the Ottoman and Mughal empires as well as the territores that are long lasting today in modern civilizations. 

6 Unit 1 Lesson 4 Assignment Review Video 01:48

We will review the 4 questions from the Unit 1 Lesson 4 Assignment.

7 Unit 1 Lesson 5: Decline of Civilizations 11:47

In this video we focus on the main factors that cause the decline in the major early civilizations of the Ming, Qing and Spanish Empires. We continue the Tree Map in conclusion to this first Unit. 

8 Unit 1 Lesson 5 Assignment Review Video 02:12

We will answer the 5 questions that went along with the Unit 1 Lesson 5 Assignment.

Unit 2

9 Unit 2 Lesson 1: Europe and Japan's interactions with the World 16:26

This video will have two objectives, one for discussing Europes interaction with the World during the age of exploration and then the policy of Isolationism in Japan. Students will complete "Think About It" questions as well as a bubble map (graphic organizer) on the topics as their assignments. 

10 Unit 2 Lesson 1 Assignment Review Video 02:01

In this video we will go over the 5 questions that are aligned with the Unit 2 Lesson 1 Lesson.

11 Unit 2 Lesson 2: New World Colonies 13:06

This lesson discusses the New World Colonies post Age of Exploration. We cover the economic systems, increased labor, and impact on European nations. 

12 Unit 2 Lesson 2 Assignment Review Video 02:26

In this video we will go over the questions that align with the Unit 2 Lesson 2 asslignment.

Unit 3

13 Unit 3 Lesson 1: Italian Renaissance 10:04

This video will cover a summary of the Italian Renaissance and then go over different characteristics showing Artists and their Artwork throughout the Renaissance time period. 

14 Unit 3 Lesson 1 Assignment Review Video 02:06

In this lesson we will go ove the answers to the questions from the Unit 3 Lesson 1 assignment.

15 Unit 3 Lesson 2: Significance of the Printing Press 11:11

This video will discuss the creation and use of the printing press and how it impacted the World significantly. 

16 Unit 3 Lesson 2 Assignment Review Video 02:08

In this video we will review the 5 questions aligned to the Unit 3 Lesson 2 Assignment.

17 Unit 3 Lesson 3: The Reformation 11:48

What Circumstances Made Germany Vulnerable to Major Religious Change.

18 Unit 3 Lesson 3 Assignment Review Video 01:51

In this video we will discuss the 5 questions that are aligned to the Unit 3 Lesson 3 assignment.

19 Unit 3 Lesson 4: The Spread of Protestantism 12:39

This video will cover how other nations outside of Luther's home country started to transition to protestantism and break away for different reasons from the Catholic Church. 

20 Unit 3 Lesson 4 Assignment Review Video 02:17

In this video we will go over the 5 questions that align with the Unit 3 Lesson 4 assignment.

21 Unit 3 Lesson 5: The Counter-Reformation 10:02

This video will focus on how the Catholic Church handled the counter-reformation. 

22 Unit 3 Lesson 5 Assignment Review Video 02:20

We will review the 5 quetsions aligned to the Unit 3 Lesson 5 assignment.

23 Unit 3 Lesson 6: Jesuits and the Catholic Reform 11:24

This video will focus on the creation of the Jesuit community and how they influenced the Catholic Reform and Counter Reformation. 

24 Unit 3 Lesson 6 Assignment Review Video 02:00

In this video we will review the 5 questions aligned to the Unit 3 Lesson 6 assignment.

25 Unit 3 Lesson 7: The birth of the Scientific Revolution 10:01

This video will focus on the 4 major reasons that allowed for the Scientific Revolution to come to fruition. 

26 Unit 3 Lesson 7 Assignment Review Video 02:13

In this video we will review the 5 questions aligned to the Unit 3 Lesson 7 assignment.

Unit 4

27 Unit 4 Lesson 1: Age of Enlightenment 14:57

In this video we will discuss the Age of Enlightenment and how it changed the thought process in Europe for many individuals and put into question many concepts that had been the basis for governments. 

28 Unit 4 Lesson 1 Assignment Review Video 02:42

In this video we will review the 5 questions aligned to the Unit 4 Lesson 1 assignment.

29 Unit 4 Lesson 2: Discoveries During the Scientific Revolution 12:11

In this video we will discuss some of the most significant discoveries that were made during the scientific revolution and how the world reacted to those discoveries.

30 Unit 4 Lesson 2 Assignment Review Video 01:44

In this video we will review the questions aligned with the Unit 4 Lesson 2 Assignment. There will be three different words to define as well as two pictures to draw of the geocentric and heliocentric models.

31 Unit 4 Lesson 3: Russia Isolated from Western Europe 10:34

In this video we will catch up on what Russia has been doing from the 1500-1800's and how they have been self sufficient and isolated from the rest of Europe for most of this time.

32 Unit 4 Lesson 3 Assignment Review Video 01:39

In this video we will review the 5 questions aligned to the Unit 4 Lesson 3 questions.

33 Unit 4 Lesson 4: The Habsburgs and the Hohenzollerns Families 12:52

In this video we will talk about two of the large ruling families in Europe and how they both gained and lost power due to various circumstances in Europe.

34 Unit 4 Lesson 4 Assignment Review Video 02:07

In this video we will review the 5 questions that align to the Unit 4 Lesson 4 assignment.

Unit 5

35 Unit 5 Lesson 1: Political Revolutions 15:29

In this video we will discuss the political revolutions that take place in England and France. This video sets up future lessons where we will discuss the Revolutions further, the change over powers and new government documents developed as a result of the revolutions.

36 Unit 5 Lesson 1 Assignment Review Video 01:56

We will review the 5 questions that align to the Unit 5 Lesson 1 assignment.

37 Unit 5 Lesson 2: English Bill of Rights 11:55

In this video we will discuss the results of the Political Revolution in England and how this resulted in the English Bill of Rights and a change in government for the country.

38 Unit 5 Lesson 2 Assignment Review Video 01:41

In this video we will review the questions that align to the Unit 5 Lesson 2 assignment.

39 Unit 5 Lesson 3: Declaration of Independence 10:13

In this video we will discuss the Colonies decision to write the Declaration of Independence, and what the causes of this were.

40 Unit 5 Lesson 3 Assignment Review Video 01:37

In this video we will review the 5 questions aligned to the Unit 5 Lesson 3 assignment.

41 Unit 5 Lesson 4: The Great Awakening 11:41

In this video we will discuss the Religious Revolution that takes place in the 1700s in North America.

42 Unit 5 Lesson 4 Assignment Review Video 01:52

In this video we will review the 5 answers to the questions aligned to the Unit 5 Lesson 4 assignment.

43 Unit 5 Lesson 5: The American Revolution 10:54

In this video we discuss the American Revolution, the purpose behind the war and what the results of this war for the American people.

44 Unit 5 Lesson 5 Assignment Review Video 01:52

In this video we will review the 5 questions that are aligned to the Unit 5 Lesson 5 assignment.

45 Unit 5 Lesson 6: The National Assembly 11:26

In this video we will revisit the Revolution in France and discuss how the break away of the National Assembly let to new political documents being published and rights for all.

46 Unit 5 Lesson 6 Assignment Review Video 02:41

In this video we will review the answers to the 5 questions that align to the Unit 5 Lesson 6 assignment.

Unit 6

47 Unit 6 Lesson 1: Industrial Revolution 14:21

This video will discuss the time period of the Industrial Revolution and focus on inventions that helped with the agricultural and textile industries.

48 Unit 6 Lesson 1 Assignment Review Video 02:27

In this video we will go over the 5 questions that were aligned to the Unit 6 Lesson 1 assignment.

49 Unit 6 Lesson 2: Women's lives during the Industrial Revolution 11:58

This video will discuss the changes in Women's lives such as working outside of the household and activism roles that were brought on by the Industrial Revolution.

50 Unit 6 Lesson 2 Assignment Review Video 03:58

In this video we will discuss the major parts of the Industrial Revolution story, and I will also show the example I have prepared so that students can compare their work against the exemplar and see what parts they might need to add or take away.

51 Unit 6 Lesson 3: Business Cycle 11:00

This video will focus on the business cycle and economic structures in place with the growing economy. Students will complete a think about it question, that has them read a scenario and draw a conclusion based on the lesson.

52 Unit 6 Lesson 3 Assignment Review Video 03:44

In this video we will discuss the economic concepts, and answers the questions that were tied to the reading provided on Karl Marx and Adam Smith.

53 Unit 6 Lesson 4: Reform Movements 13:10

This video will discuss reform movements from the Abolition of Slavery, to Women's Rights and reforms for Public Education.

54 Unit 6 Lesson 4 Assignment Review Video 01:41

In this video we will discuss the the 5 questions that align to the Unit 6 Lesson 4 assignment.

55 Unit 6 Lesson 5: Imperialism 11:34

This video will focus on Imperialism in China and then the rapid Industrialization of Japan during the Age of Imperialism.

56 Unit 6 Lesson 5 Assignment Review Video 02:08

In this video we will review the 5 questions that are aligned to the Unit 6 Lesson 5 assignment.

57 Unit 6 Lesson 6: Italy Gains Control of Libya 10:54

In this video we will focus on the unification of Italy and their decision to attempt to colonize Libya as well as the results.

58 Unit 6 Lesson 6 Assignment Review Video 02:10

In this video we will review the 5 questions that are aligned to the Unit 6 Lesson 6 assignment.

59 Unit 6 Lesson 7: European Imperialism Affected Africa 11:03

In this video we will focus on the "Scramble to Africa" and the extreme imperialization that took place on the Continent. We will also discuss impacts as well as reasons why Africa was such a target for so many European nations.

60 Unit 6 Lesson 7 Assignment Review Video 02:16

In this video we will review the 5 questions that are aligned to the Unit 6 Lesson 7 assignment.

61 Unit 6 Lesson 8: Indian Nationalism 12:35

In this video we will discuss the Imperialism of India by Britain, uprisings that occur and the sense of pride and Nationalism that Indians felt within their country event during this time period of Imperialization.

62 Unit 6 Lesson 8 Assignment Review Video 02:07

In this video we will review the 5 questions aligned to the Unit 6 Lesson 8 assignment.

Unit 7

63 Unit 7 Lesson 1: World War One and the Russian Revolution. 19:31

In this video we will discuss the causes and a general summary of main events that occurred during WWI. We will also focus on the Russian Revolution that occurred simultaneously to the time of the WWI and their involvement in the war.

64 Unit 7 Lesson 1 Assignment Review Video 02:26

In this video we will review thw 5 questions aligned to the Unit 7 Lesson 1 assignment.

65 Unit 7 Lesson 2: Effects of War in United States 10:15

In this video we will discuss the United State's involvement in WWI and the impact that the war had on the economy and culture of the United States.

66 Unit 7 Lesson 2 Assignment Review Video 02:38

In this video we will discuss the 5 questions aligned to the Unit 7 Lesson 2 assignment.

67 Unit 7 Lesson 3: The Great Depression and Totalitarianism 13:57

In this video we will discuss the causes of the Great Depression and how it impacted the United States as well as making it possible for other types of leadership and governments to take power in Europe.

68 Unit 7 Lesson 3 Assignment Review Video 02:34

In this video we will review the 5 questions that are aligned to the Unit 7 Lesson 3 assignment.

69 Unit 7 Lesson 4: Effects of the Great Depression 11:09

This video will focus on the large impacts of the Great Depression all over the world.

70 Unit 7 Lesson 4 Assignment Review Video 02:55

In this video we will review the 5 questions aligned to the United 7 Lesson 4 assignment.

Unit 8

71 Unit 8 Lesson 1: World War Two 11:52

In this video we will focus on actions taken by Germany prior to the declaration for World War Two. Then we will go into the war and alliances throughout World War Two.

72 Unit 8 Lesson 1 Assignment Review Video 02:30

In this video we will discuss the 5 questions that are aligned to the Unit 8 Lesson 1 assignment.

73 Unit 8 Lesson 2: World War Two Continued 20:00

This video will discuss the major battles in the war, as well Hitler's strategies with two front wars. The second part of the video will discuss the end of the war, divisions of land and plans moving forward to make the world safe for Democracy.

74 Unit 8 Lesson 2 Assignment Review Video 02:35

In this video we will review the 5 questions that are aligned to the Unit 8 Lesson 2 assignment.

Unit 9

75 Unit 9 Lesson 1: Europe since 1945 14:41

This video will focus on issues within Europe since 1945. These issues deal primarily with the United States and tensions with the Soviet Union during the Cold War.

76 Unit 9 Lesson 1 Assigment Review Video 02:32

In this video we will discuss 5 the questions aligned to the Unit 9 Lesson 1 assignment.

77 Unit 9 Lesson 2: Asia Since 1945 13:31

In this video we will focus on Communism in China, Japan and Korea after World War Two. We will discuss wars that took place and the results of these as well as the modern status of these three nations.

78 Unit 9 Lesson 2 Assignment Review Video 03:00

In this video we will discuss the 5 questions aligned to the Unit 9 Lesson 2 assignment.

This course will be divided into 9 units which will contain 40 lessons in chronological order. Within 9th grade World History students will be exposed to early civilizations until modern day history. In each lesson there is an objective with an embedded assignment tied to the objective and a review of the assignment to ensure students met the objective and have a complex understanding of the subject and many times the cause and effect relationship within the next lesson. See below for Units and Lessons. 

This Course Includes:

  • 9 Units 
  • 40 Video Lessons
  • 39 Imbedded Formative Assessments tied to the objective within each lesson
  • 39 Additional Assignments, one for each content video lesson
  • 39 Answer videos going over the questions and assignments for each lesson 
  • 9 Assessments: one per unit of study 
  • 9 Answer Keys, one for each assessment (found in the resource section) 
  • Over 12 hours of instructional videos 
  • Over 180 questions and/or assignments that assess the material within the instructional videos 

Course Goals:

By taking this course students will have a better understanding of World History, cause and effect relationships through historical topics, and the relationship to modern day society throughout the World. 

Target Audience: 

This is a high school level course and it primarily intended for 9th grade World History. Depending on your location, World History could be serviced in a different grade level within high school. 

Course Requirements: 

Students taking this course will need to complete the assignment for each lesson (40 assignments) as well as one assessment per unit (9 total) to have completed this course. It is intended that students rewind the videos or take notes in order to be able to complete assignments at the end of each lesson as well as the assessment at the end of the units. 

 

Course Topics: 

Unit 1

Lesson 1: Introduction

Lesson 2: Rise and expansion of Ottoman & Mughal Empires, Ming, Qing & Spanish Empires 

Lesson 3: Methods of maintaining control 

Lesson 4: Fall of Ottoman and Mughal Empires; results on political boundaries and policies

Lesson5: Fall of Ming, Qing, and Spanish Empires; results on political boundaries and policies  

Unit 2

Lesson 6: Europe Interacting with the World and Isolationism in Japan

Lesson 7: New World Colonies

Unit 3

Lesson 8: Italian Renaissance and characteristics of Italian Renaissance Art

Lesson 9: Significance of the Printing Press

Lesson 10: What circumstances made Germany Vulnerable to major religious changes

Lesson 11: Protestantism spread beyond the country of Germany

Lesson 12: Steps taken by the Catholic Church to respond to Protestant Reform

Lesson 13: Approach used by the Jesuits to Catholic Reform

Lesson 14: Factors that contributed to the birth of the Scientific Revolution

Unit 4

Lesson 15: Age of Enlightenment

Lesson 16: Discoveries made during the Scientific Revolution

Lesson 17: Russia isolated from Western Europe

Lesson 18: Problems faces the Hapsburgs and the Hohenzollerns in Eastern Europe

Unit 5

Lesson 19: Political Revolutions 

Lesson 20: English Bill of Rights

Lesson 21: Declaration of Independence 

Lesson 22: Rapid spread of ideas in Europe and North America

Lesson 23: American Revolutionary goals and Accomplishments 

Lesson 24: The accomplishments of the National Assembly

Unit 6

Lesson 25: Industrialism

Lesson 26: Lives of Women changed during the Industrial Revolution

Lesson 27: Business Cycle

Lesson 28: Reform movements

Lesson 29: Imperialism

Lesson 30: Italy gained control of Libya

Lesson 31: European Imperialism Affected Africa

Lesson 32: Britain's rule of India contributed to the growth of Indian Nationalism

Unit 7

Lesson 33: World War I and the Russian Revolution

Lesson 34: Effects of War in the United States 

Lesson 35: The Great Depression and the Rise of Totalitarianism 

Lesson 36: Effects of the Great Depression in Europe and the United States 

Unit 8

Lesson 37: World War II

Lesson 38: The Success Hitler Had in France

Unit 9

Lesson 39: Europe Since 1945

Lesson 40: Asia Since 1945 

  • Teacher: Holly
  • Areas of expertise: History
  • Education: BA: Secondary Education, History MA: Higher Education, Professional Learning Communities Principal Certificate K-12 Reading Specialist Structured English Immersion
  • Interests: I like to travel, spend time outdoors- hiking, camping, running, family time, attend sporting events, read and listen to podcasts.
  • Skills: Teaching!
  • Associations: AMLE-Arizona Middle Level Educators
  • Issues I care about: I care a great deal about education, academics and whole child as well as health and wellness.

I am so excited to be your teacher this year through Lernsys! Together we will study the fascinating topic of World History. We will learn about critical issues, people, and places throughout the course of time. We will get to discuss the themes of history and the ever important question of how the past has impacted the world we live in today. Enjoy!

Test Preparation Document

Test Preparation Document

Digital Quizzes and Tests Answer Keys Document

Digital Quizzes and Tests Answer Keys Document

Maps

Maps of:

Ottoman Empire

Mughal Empire

Ming Empire

Qing Empire

Spanish Empires 

Tree Map Outline

Word document to help organize the information for the tree map. This can be modified as needed and used at the end of the unit on the Check for Understanding Exam.

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