World Studies, 3rd ed. Lesson Plan Overview

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World Studies (3rd ed.)
Lesson Plan Overview
Day(s)
Topic
Pages
Support Materials
Chapter 1: Turning Points in World History – Creation – 476
1–3
The Beginnings
3–10
Activity 1: The Epic of
of the Human
Gilgamesh
Race
CD material
Bible Integration
Creation
The Fall
The Flood
Sin was not destroyed by the Flood.
Confusion at the Tower of Babel
4–5
The History of
Israel
11–14
Activity 3: Comparing
Covenants
Abrahamic Covenant
Mosaic Covenant
Davidic Covenant
6–8
The Coming of
Christ
14–21
Activity 4: City of God
CD material
Coming of Christ “in the fullness of time”
Death, Burial, and Resurrection of
Christ
The Growth and Spread of the Church
Constantine and the Church
Christian involvement in culture
9
10
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
Activity 6
Chapter 2: Rise and Spread of Islam – 622–800
11–12 The Origin of
25–32
Activity 1: Do Christians
Islam
and Muslims Worship
the Same God?
CD material
13
The Spread of
Islam
32–34
14–15
The Culture of
Islam
34–36
The
Confrontation
with Islam
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
36–38
16
17
18
Activity 3: Map Study:
Expansion of Islam
CD material
Activity 4: Abbassid
Contributions to
Culture
Activity 5: Chapter
Review
Chapter 3: Sub–Saharan Africa – 1000–1600
19–20 African Culture
44–48
Activity 1The Barozvi
Creation Narrative
CD material
21
Early African
Empires
48–53
Islam and the Trinity
Islam and the deity of Christ
Islam and salvation
Islam and the Bible
Activity 2: The Yoruba
Creation Narrative
CD material
Creation stories
Spread of Coptic Christianity to Ethiopia
and its role in checking the spread of
Islam
Growth of cities
The camel—Evidence of God’s design
Day(s)
Topic
22
Growth of Trade
in East Africa
23
24
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
Pages
53–55
29–30
31
32
Developments in
Japan and
Southeast Asia
Rise of the
Mongol Empire
Activity 1: Marco Polo’s
Journals
65–67
Activity 2: Matching
Exercise
67–73
Activity 3: Mongol
Invasion of Japan
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
Decline of
Feudalism and
Development of
States in Europe
Expansion of
Europe
82–86
Discussion Activity:
Legal Legacy
86–89
89–92
40
Development of
Culture in
Europe
Calamities
Discussion Activity: A
Modern–Day
Crusade?
Activity 2: The
Canterbury Tales
41
42
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
36–37
38–39
Cities: Creation Mandate
Nestorian Christianity spreads across
China
Chinese religions contrasted with
Christianity
Nestorian Christianity and the rise of
Islam
Mongol religion
Limited religious tolerance
Persecution of Christianity
Activity 4
Chapter 5: Europe in the Middle Ages – 1000–1300
Activity 1: The Anglo–
33–34 Interval between
75–82
Saxon Chronicle
the Fall of Rome
and the Rise of
Feudalism
35
Bible Integration
Cities: Creation Mandate
Activity 4
Chapter 4: Asia – 1000–1350
25–26 Growth of Citiies
60–65
and Commerce
in China
27–28
Support Materials
Activity 3: Map Study:
Africa
92–94
Growth of papal power
Forbidding priests to marry in violation
of the Creation Mandate
Christianizing of Europe
Growth of cities and nations
Decline of political power of the RCC
Crusades and the Reformation
Christian themes in art
Activity 4: Chapter
Review
Chapter 6: Renaissance and Reformation – 1300–1650
Activity 1: Utopia
43–44 The Renaissance 98–104
Rulers (Romans 13:1–4)
Tools of the Reformation – printing
press; vernacular literature; access to
Bible manuscripts
Day(s)
Topic
Pages
Support Materials
45–46
Discontent with
the Church of
Rome
104–107
Activity 3: Why Monks
are Shunned
47–48
The Reformation
108–14
Activity 4: Luther’s
Ninety–five Theses
49
50
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
Activity: 5
Chapter 7: Age of European Exploration – 1450–1600
51–52 Native American
120–24
Activity 1: Map Study:
Civilizations
Indian Civilizations
53–54
55–56
57–58
59
60
Origins of
European
Exploration
Growth of
European
Exploration
Consequences of
European
Exploration
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
Bible Integration
Development of Roman Catholic
doctrine
Persecution of dissenting believers
Indulgences
Forerunners of the Reformation
Reformers
Results of the Reformation: Freedom;
Citizenship; Family life; Education
Huguenots in France
125–28
Activity 3: Christopher
Columbus
128–32
Discussion Activity:
Montezuma
133–34
Activity 4: Bartolomé de
Las Casas
Indian religions
Indian civilizations and the Creation
Mandate
Human sacrifice
Element of spreading the gospel
through exploration
Activity 5
Chapter 8: Developing the Americas – 1600–1800
61–62 Colonization of
138–44
Activity 1: Map Study:
Latin America
South America
63–64
Colonization of
North America
145–48
65–66
Struggle for
Independence
148–52
67
68
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
Activity 2: Map Study:
Early American
Colonization
Activity 4: Simón
Bolívar
Activity 5
Chapter 9: Transformations in European Culture – 1450–1750
69
The Rising Power 156–59
Activity 1: The English
of European
Bill of Rights
States
John Calvin and missions in South
America
Pilgrims/Puritans—education
Day(s)
Topic
Pages
Support Materials
70–71
The Scientific
Revolution
159–65
Activity 2: Galileo’s
Observations
72–73
The
Enlightenment
166–68
Activity 3: Matching
Exercise
74
75
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
Activity 4
Chapter 10: Oceania and Australia – 1600–1900
76
The Islands of
172–174
Activity 1: John G.
Oceania
Paton
CD material
77–78
Early Exploration
175–77
Map Activity: Oceania
79
European
exploration in
the 1700s
European
Settlements in
Australia
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
178–79
Activity 3: James
Cook’s Journal
180–85
Activity 4: Chapter
Review
CD material
80–81
82
83
Bible Integration
Reformation legacy
Robert Boyle
Science attempts to undermine
Christianity
Enlightenment assault on Christianity
Corruption of Christianity in culture
First inhabitants: Creation Mandate
Missionary activity: John Paton and
James Chalmers
The myth of the noble savage
Chapter 11: Empires of Eurasia – 1500–1900
84–85 China’s Ming and 190–95
Activity 1: Map Study:
Manchu
Ming China
Dynasties
CD material
86–87
Ottoman Empire
196–99
88
Safavid Empire
200–201
89
Mughul Empire
201–203
90
91
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
Discussion Activity:
Religious Freedom
CD material
Activity 4: Map Study:
Asia Minor
CD material
Activity 5: Chapter
Review
CD material
Chapter 12: Political Turmoil in Europe – 1776–1850
92–93 French
210–14
Activity 1: The Three
Revolution
Estates of France
94
95
Rise and Fall of
Napoleon
Revolts Across
Europe
215–16
216–18
Activity 2: The Battle of
Waterloo
Activity 3: Map Study:
Europe
CD material
Limited and temporary religious
freedom
Huguenots
Contrast: The French Revolution and
the American Revolution
Reformation heritage
Positive and negative aspects of
nationalism
Day(s)
96–97
98
99
Topic
German and
Italian
Unification
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
Pages
218–21
Support Materials
Bible Integration
Activity 4: Chapter
Review
CD material
Chapter 13: Industrial and Social Revolution – 1700–1900
100–01 Laying the
226–31
Activity 1: Edison, the
Foundation for
Inventor
Industry
102–3
104–5
106
107
Expansion of
Industry and
Rise of Social
Reform
End of the Slave
Trade
232–36
Activity 3: “Thoughts
upon Slavery”—John
Wesley
236–40
Activity 4: Letter from
John Wesley to
William Wilberforce
Activity 5
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
Chapter 14: Reform in Western Culture – 1848–1914
108–10 Reform and
244–48
Activity 1: The Dreyfus
Radical
Affair
Movements
CD material
111–12
113–14
115
116
117
Changes in
Culture and
Education
Progress in
Science and
Technology
Changes in Latin
America and
Canada
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
249–51
Activity 2: Hard Times
251–55
Activity 3: Charles
Darwin
255–59
Activity 4: Chapter
Review
CD material
Chapter 15: Colonial Africa – 1750–1950
118–20 Transition from
264–70
Activity 1: David
Trading Partner
Livingstone
to Possession
CD material
121–22
123
124
125
Partitioning of
Africa for
Imperialism
Consequences of
Imperialism
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
270–75
276–79
Activity 2: Through the
Dark Continent
CD material
Activity 3: Abuses of
Colonialism
Activity 4
Rise of the Methodist movement in
Britain
George Whitefield and the Great
Awakening
William Wilberforce and slavery
Jonathan Edwards
Karl Marx and religion
Temperance movement
James C. Maxwell
Christianity and Evolution
Fante Confederation
David Livingstone
Missionary activity: Robert Moffat;
Samuel Ajayi Crowther
Missionary activity during colonialism
Day(s)
Topic
Pages
Support Materials
Bible Integration
Chapter 16: Spread of Imperialism – 1750–1914
126
Decline of the
284–85
Activity 1: Slaughter of
Ottoman Empire
the Armenians
CD material
127
Changes in
Russia
286–90
Discussion Activity:
Anarchy
Orthodoxy, Autocracy, and Nationality
in light of Scripture
128–29
Domination of
India by Britain
290–93
Activity 2: The Sepoy
Mutiny
CD material
Consequences of British rule (for
missions)
130–31
Domination of
Asia
293–300
The Goforths
Missions in the Far East
132–33
Modernization in
Meiji Japan
300–301
Activity 3: The Goforths
and the Boxer
Rebellion
CD material
Activity 4: Perry’s
Expedition to Japan
134
135
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
Activity 5
Chapter 17: World War I and Temporary Peace – 1914–1939
136
Prelude to World
308–10
Activity 1: Alvin York
War I
and His Struggle with
War
137–38
Course of the
War
310–16
Activity 3: World War I
Review
139–40
Instability
Following the
War
316–21
Discussion Activity:
Dictators
Developments in
Science and Art
The Great
Depression
322–24
Discussion Activity:
Media
Activity 4: “The Only
Thing We Have to
Fear . . .”
Activity 5
141
142–43
144
145
325–26
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
Chapter 18: World War II – 1939–1945
146–47 Causes of the
330–335
War
Activity 1
CD material
Day(s)
Topic
148–49
Course of the
War
Consequences of
the War
150–51
152
153
Pages
335–341
341–45
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
158–59
160–61
162
163
Development of
the Cold War
Transition in the
Third World
Collapse of the
Soviet Union
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
Bible Integration
Miracle at Dunkirk
Religious Consequences of the war
Growth of Christianity during and
following the war
Activity
Chapter 19: The Cold War – 1945–1991
154–55 Postwar
350–52
Reconstruction
156–57
Support Materials
Activity 3
CD material
Activity 4
353–59
359–63
363–67
Activity 1
Activity 2
CD material
Discussion Activity:
CD material
Activity 4
CD material
New opportunities for Christians:
worship, evangelism, missionary
outreach
Activity
Chapter 20: The Global Community – 1945–Present
164–65 Environmental
Activity 1
Trends
The Christian and climate change
Energy resources from the Creator
166
Global Economy
Discussion Activity:
New opportunities for evangelism
through the global economy
167
Technology and
Culture
Political and
Religious Trends
Activity 2
Christians and technology
Activity 3: Chapter
Review
Growth of Islam and the spread of
Christianity
Persecution of Christianity
168–69
170
171
Chapter Review
Chapter Test
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