WORLD HISTORY MIND MAPS WITH COGGLE TECHNOLOGY
Students will use Critical Thinking Skills to sequence and create a mind map of events helping them to understand why historical events happened and the impact those decisions had in these world history activities .
Coggle is an online Mind Mapping program.
- Students begin with a central topic and organize the information from the textbook (green branches) in a way that they can understand better.
- Students then add Concept Branches (purple branches) that fit the information.
- Students add links to outside information (blue branches) that they feel needs further explanation.
- Students will then answer and create Higher Order Thinking Questions (red branches) that they are given and develop their own as well.
Green Branches: Notes
Purple Branches: Concepts
Blue Branches: Outside Links
Red Branches: Student & Higher Order Thinking Questions
Module 1: The Beginnings of World History (Pre-History to 2500 BC)
Module 2: Early River Valley Civilizations (3000 BC to 1000 BC)
Module 3: People and Ideas On The Move (2000 BC to 250 BC)
Module 4: First Empires In Africa and Asia (1570 BC to 200 BC)
Module 5: Classical Greece (2000 BC to 300 BC)
Module 6 The Roman World & Early Christianity (500 BC to AD 500)
Chapter 7: India and China Establish Empires (400 BC to AD 550)
Module 8: The Muslim World (600 to 1700 AD)
Module 9: Empires In East Asia (600-1400 AD)
Module 10: The Early Middle Ages (AD 500-1200)
Module 11: Church and Society In Western Europe (AD 800-1500)
Module 12: Societies and Empires of Africa (1500 BC-AD 1500)
Module 13 People and Empires In America (30000 BC-1500 AD)
Module 14: The Renaissance (AD 800-1500)
Module 15: Reformation and Upheaval (AD 1400-1600)
Module 16: Expansion, Exploration and Encounters (AD 1400-1800)
Module 17: Absolute Monarchs In Europe (AD 1500-1800)
Module 18: Enlightenment and Revolution (AD 1500-1800)
Module 19: The French Revolution and Napoleon (AD 1789-1815)
Module 20: Revolutions Sweep The West (AD 1800-1900)
Module 21: The Industrial Revolution (AD 1700-1900)
Module 22: An Age of Democracy and Progress (AD 1815-1915)
Module 23: The Age of Imperialism (1850-1914) Imperialism Resources
Module 24: Transformations Around The Globe (1800-1925)
Module 25: World War I (1914-1918) World War 1 Resources
Module 26: Revolution and Nationalism (1900-1940)
Module 27: Years of Crisis (1919-1939)
Module 28: World War II (1939-1945) World War II Resources
Lesson 1: Hitler's Lightning War
Lesson 2: Japan's Pacific Campaign
Lesson 3: The Holocaust
Lesson 4: The Allied Victory
Lesson 5: Europe and Japan In Ruins
Module 29 Cold War Conflicts (1945-Present) Cold War Resources
Lesson 1: Cold War: Superpowers Face Off
Lesson 2: Communists take power In China
Lesson 3: Wars In Korea and Vietnam
Lesson 4: The Cold War Divides The World
Lesson 5: The Cold War Thaws
Module 30: The Colonies Become New Nations (1920-2005)
Module 31: Struggles For Democracy (1945-Present)
Module 32: Global Interdependence (1960-2015)
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