WORLD CIVILIZATIONS (0.5 Credit Available)

Unit Code Unit Name Unit Description Credit(s) Fulfills
BWORCIV11 Unit 1: Prehistory to Classic Societies 150,000 B.C.E. – 900 C.E. Students will be able to explain the factors that led to the development of civilizations. They will be able to explain how early civilizations developed into classical societies. Students will analyze the lasting impact of classical societies on the modern world. 0.125 or 1/8th Social Studies Core
BWORCIV12 Unit 2: Expanding Connections & Global Interactions 500 C.E.- 1750 C.E. Students will be able to describe the post-classical world and the rise of civilizations in the Americas. Students will describe the early exploration and colonization of the Americas and will compile and corroborate primary sources ad evidence to explain the impact of global exchange and colonization. 0.125 or 1/8th Social Studies Core
BWORCIV13 Unit 3: Revolutions, Industrialization, and Empires 1750 C.E.-1914 C.E. Students will analyze the scientific, industrial, intellectual, cultural, technological and political revolutions of this era. 0.125 or 1/8th Social Studies Core
BWORCIV04 Unit 4: Global Conflicts & the Contemporary World 1914 C.E. – Present  Students will be able to describe the increasing connections in the modern world and the relation to technology, transportation, political connections, and war. Students will identify global problems and identify promising political, technological, medical, or scientific advances being created to address those problems. 0.125 or 1/8th Social Studies Core