Teaching Global History – Second Edition


Chronological List of Activities

Chapter 21 Online Resources

Chapter 22 Movies and Fiction

Chapter 23 Lesson Planning

Chapter One

Lesson 1.1 A Work Reads History

Lesson 1.2 Of What Value is History

Lesson 1.3 Headlines From November 2018

Lesson 1.4 Events that Changed the World

Lesson 1.5 If the World Were a Village

Lesson 1.6 Comparing Regions

Lesson 1.7 Market Economy

Lesson 1.8 Where Are Your Sneakers From

Lesson 1.9 Starship Social Studies

Lesson 1.10 Famine in the Modern Era

Chapter Two

Lesson 2.1 How Two Poets View History

Lesson 2.2 Democracy Chronology

Lesson 2.3 World History Standards

Lesson 2.4 Unesco Sex Education Guidelines

Lesson 2.5 How Do We Know What We Know Greek Perspective

Lesson 2.6 Socrates and Confucius

Lesson 2.7 Hobbes and Locke on Human Nature

Lesson 2.8 Buddhist Perspective on Knowledge

Lesson 2.9 Documents in the Case of Galileo

Lesson 2.10 Trial of Galileo

Chapter Three

Lesson 3.1 Enlightenment Scientists

Lesson 3.2 Human Origins in the African Rift Valley

Lesson 3.3 What is Race

Lesson 3.4 Ritual Sacrifice in Aztec Empire

Lesson 3.5 Creation Stories from Around the World

Lesson 3.6 Roman Perspective on God

Lesson 3.7 Same-Sex Relationships in Ancient World

Lesson 3.8 Life in Pompeii

Lesson 3.9 Christian Views on the Role of Women

Lesson 3.10 Women Ancient World

Lesson 3.11 International Women

Lesson 3.12 20th Century Women Who Made History

Lesson 3.13 Young Women Who Made a Difference

Lesson 3.14 Where Are The Women_

Lesson 3.15 Women Who Had the Biggest Impact on History

Lesson 3.16 Why Nations Turn to Fascism

Lesson 3.17 How Fragile is Democracy

Lesson 3.18 Dayan’s Eulogy for an Israeli Soldier


Chapter Four

Lesson 4.1 Factors Shape History

Lesson 4.2 Placing Yourself at the Center

Lesson 4.3 River Valley Civilization Without a River

Lesson 4.4 Poop Theory of History

Lesson 4.5 Historical Super Bowl

Lesson 4.6 Chinese Century

Lesson 4.7 Global Calender through European Enlightenment

Lesson 4.8 Global Calender from the French Revolution

Chapter Five

Lesson 5.1 Defining Epochs in your own Life

Lesson 5.2 Spread of Agriculture

Lesson 5.3 Civilization Package 

Lesson 5.4 What Happens If You Don’t Adopt the Package

Lesson 5.5 How Great Was Alexander the Great

Lesson 5.6 Muslim World

Lesson 5.7 Western Europe Under Seige

Lesson 5.8 Stirrup Transform Warfare

Lesson 5.9 Major Historical Events 996-1492

Lesson 5.10 Defining European Middle Ages

Lesson 5.11 How Chivalous Was European Chivalry

Lesson 5.12 What is a Golden Age

Lesson 5.13 Islamic Golden AgeL

Lesson 5.14 Tang-Song Golden Age In China

Lesson 5.15 Resisting Progress

Lesson 5.16 Crusades – Islamic View

Lesson 5.17 Ibn Battuta

Lesson 5.18 Bar Sauma

Lesson 5.19 Inventing the European renaissance

Lesson 5.20 Leonardo da Vinci and Vitruvian Man

Lesson 5.21 Madonna and the Child

Chapter Six

Lesson 6.1 Technological Change 975-1775

Lesson 6.2 Portugal Transforms Shipping

Lesson 6.3 Columbian Exchange

Lesson 6.4 Potatoes and Tomatoes

Lesson 6.5 Destruction of Indies

Lesson 6.6 Lenni Lenape

Lesson 6.7 Martin Luther’s 95 Theses

Lesson 6.8 German Peasants

Lesson 6.9 British Levellers Demand Greater Democracy

Lesson 6.10 Thomas Paine’s Rights of Man

Lesson 6.11 Execution of Louis XVI

Lesson 6.12 Tousssaint L’Overture

Lesson 6.13 British Textile Industry

Lesson 6.14 General Ludd’s Triumph

Lesson 6.15 Communist Manifesto

Lesson 6.16 Famine in Ireland

Lesson 6.17 First Anglo-Afghan War

Lesson 6.18 Second Anglo-Afghan War

Lesson 6.19 Soviet-Afghan War

Lesson 6.20 Sepoy Mutiny

Lesson 6.21 Meiji Restoration in Images

Lesson 6.22 British Women Fight for the Right to Vote

Lesson 6.23 Main or Maniac

Lesson 6.24 Battle of Somme

Lesson 6.25 Technology WW1

Lesson 6.26 Opposition to War

Lesson 6.27 Ho Chi Minh at Paris Peace Conference

Lesson 6.28 Consequences of Versailles

Lesson 6.29 Russian Revolution

Lesson 6.30 General Strike in Great Britain

Lesson 6.31 World War ii Inevitable

Lesson 6.32 Spanish Civil War and Guerica

Lesson 6.33 Cold War After World War ii

Lesson 6.34 Finding Connections  

Chapter Seven

Lesson 7.1 Mediterranean Timeline

Lesson 7.2 Cradle of Western Civilization

Lesson 7.3 Athens During Age of Cleisthenes

Lesson 7.4 Pericles on Athenian Democracy

Lesson 7.5 Cicero Defends Roman Republic

Lesson 7.6 Religious Violence in Early Modern Europe

Lesson 7.7 Trial of Jeanne D Arc

Lesson 7.8 Bubonic Plague Devastates Europe

Lesson 7.9 Al-Hasan Ibn Al-Haytham

Lesson 7.10 Origin of the European Renaissance

Lesson 7.11 Debating the Existence of God

Lesson 7.12 Montesquieu – Spirit of Law

Lesson 7.13 France’s Declaration of Rights of Man

Lesson 7.14 Wollstonecraft v. Rousseau

Lesson 7.15 Code Napoleon

Lesson 7.16 Nationalism Transformed Europe

Lesson 7.17 Nationalism Unifies Italy

Lesson 7.18 Industrialization Transforms Germany

Lesson 7.19 London in the Age of Industry

 Chapter Eight

Lesson 8.1 Domestication of Dogs

Lesson 8.2 Grand Historian of China

Lesson 8.3 Confucius Advice to Emperors

Lesson 8.4 Book of Mencius

Lesson 8.5 Lessons for Women

Lesson 8.6 China’s Renaissance Man

Lesson 8.7 Life in Ming China

Lesson 8.8 Britain Requests Trading Privileges

Lesson 8.9 Protesting the Opium Trade

Lesson 8.10 Empress Dowager Supports the Boxer Rebellion

Lesson 8.11 Sun Yat-Sen’s Three Principles

Lesson 8.12 Mao Zedong Analyzes Social Classes

Lesson 8.13 Revolutionary China Poster Art

Lesson 8.14 Tiananmen Square Protest

Lesson 8.15 China’s Charter 08 Manifesto

Lesson 8.16 Chinese Model  

Chapter Nine

Lesson 9.1 Zinn – Power Govt Cannot Suppress

Lesson 9.2 Women Ancient World

Lesson 9.3 Diary of Lady Sarashina

Lesson 9.4 Egyptian Workers Go On Strike

Lesson 9.5 Class Conflict Medieval Europe

Lesson 9.6 Putney Rights of Englishmen

Lesson 9.7 Memoir Toussaint L’Overture

Lesson 9.8 Sam Sharpe Jamaican Rebellion

Lesson 9.9 Slave Trade Poem

Lesson 9.10 Mexican Revolution Song

Lesson 9.11 Nadia Murad Challenges Sex Slavery  

Chapter Ten

Lesson 10.1 Food Taboos from Leviticus

Lesson 10.2 Comparing Aton and Psalm

Lesson 10.3 Comparing Gilgamesh and Noah

Lesson 10.4 Daoist Philosophy

Lesson 10.5 Islamic Tolerance in Spain

Lesson 10.6 Crusaders Conquer Jerusalem

Lesson 10.7 New Testament on Slavery

Lesson 10.8 Amazing Grace

Lesson 10.9 Time of Affliction in Mesopotamia

Lesson 10.10 Challenges to Church Authority

Lesson 10.11 Political Islam

Lesson 10.12 Liberation Theology

Lesson 10.13 Explaining the Shia-Sunni Divide  

Chapter Eleven

Lesson 11.1 Songs of Resistance and Struggle

Lesson 11.2 Wearing of the Green

Lesson 11.3 Easter Rising in Dublin

Lesson 11.4 Lenin’s Call to Power

Lesson 11.5 Independence Movement in Kenya

Lesson 11.6 Cultural Revolution in China

Lesson 11.7 Patrice Lumumba’s Last Letter

Lesson 11.8 Salt March in India

Lesson 11.9 Student Protest in Soweto

Lesson 11.10 Wretched of the Earth

Lesson 11.11 Marley v Lennon  

Chapter Twelve

Lesson 12.1 Armenian Genocide

Lesson 12.2 Hitler- Time Man of the Year

Lesson 12.3 Defining Fascism

Lesson 12.4 Yeats’ Second Coming

Lesson 12.5 UN Defines Genocide

Lesson 12.6 Nazi Anti-Jewish Propaganda

Lesson 12.7 Jewish Deaths WW2

Lesson 12.8 Warsaw Ghetto

Lesson 12.9 Atomic Bombs

Lesson 12.10 Eyewitnesses to Genocide

Lesson 12.11 Torture and Death in Cambodia

Lesson 12.12 Is What Happened in Rwanda Genocide

Lesson 12.13 Genocide in Rwanda  

Chapter Thirteen

Lesson 13.1 Racism and British Policy

Lesson 13.2 Chronology Irish History

Lesson 13.3 Irish-English Conflict (1519-1685)

Lesson 13.4 Chronology of Irish History

Lesson 13.5 Britain’s First Colony

Lesson 13.6 Rebellion Against England (1798)

Lesson 13.7 Political Situation in Ireland

Lesson 13.8 British Response to the Great Irish Famine

Lesson 13.9 Demography of the Great Irish Famine

Lesson 13.10 Death and the Great Irish Famine

Lesson 13.11 Rioting and Resistance

Lesson 13.12 Emigration from Ireland

Lesson 13.13 Irish Diaspora Songs

Lesson 13.14 The Great Irish Famine in Global Context

Lesson 13.15 Famine World Today

Lesson 13.16 Modern Famines  

Chapter Fourteen

Lesson 14.1 Warning Signs

Lesson 14.2 Climate Change’s Impact on Economy  

Chapter Fifteen

15.1 Spanish Conquest of Inca

15.2 Mesoamerican Architecture

15.3 Lenni Lenape Discover Europeans

15.4 Olaudah Equiano Remembers West Africa

15.5 Olaudah Equiano Sold Into Slavery

15.6 Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade

15.7 Slavery Transforms Europe

15.8 Trade and Mercantilism

Chapter Sixteen

16.1 19th Century British Military Action

16.2 Mill Defends Imperialism

16.3 Ruskin on Imperial Duty

16.4 Harmand on Morality of Empire

16.5 Racism Justifies Imperialism

16.6 Hobson Critiques Imperialism

16.7 Morel – Black Man’s Burden

16.8 Japan Faces Outside World

16.9 European Imperialism in the Congo

16.10 Amazon Journal – Roger Casement

16.11 Indonesia Battles Imperialism

16.12 Salt March in India

16.13 Student Protests South Africa

16.14 Nehru and Guevara Denounce Imperialism

Chapter Seventeen

Lesson 17.1 Index of Globalization

Lesson 17.2 McDonalds & Globalization

Lesson 17.3 Technological Memories

Lesson 17.4 Millennium Development Goals

Lesson 17.5 World Economic Prospects

Lesson 17.6 World Population and Wealth

Lesson 17.7 Is the World Flat

_Lesson 17.8 Fleeing Sub-Sahara Africa

Lesson 17.9 Cambodian Debt 

Chapter Eighteen

Lesson 18.1 Lake Agassiz

Lesson 18.2 Krakatoa and Severe Weather

Lesson 18.3 Collapse of Mayan Civilization

Lesson 18.4 Norse and Anasazi

Lesson 18.5 Vulnerable Africa

Lesson 18.6 Lake Chad’s Retreat

Lesson 18.7 Unfair Impact of Climate Change

Lesson 18.8 Climate Change and War

Lesson 18.9 El Niño Effect

Lesson 18.10 Economic Impact of Climate Change

Lesson 18.11 European Teens Strike for Climate Action     

Lesson 18.12 Poor Nations Lose as Planet Warms

Chapter Nineteen

Lesson 19.1 Defining Democracy

Lesson 19.2 Types of Democracy

Lesson 19.3 De Tocqueville Democracy in America

Lesson 19.4 Woodrow Wilson Discusses Democracy

Lesson 19.5 Viktor Orbaěn’s speech

Lesson 19.6 Nazi Germany Timeline

Lesson 19.7 Democracy at Risk Rubric 

Chapter Twenty-Two

Lesson 22.1 Nationalism

Lesson 22.2 Germinal

Lesson 22.3 Judgment at Nuremberg