Calendar-thematic planning in school.

Calendar-thematic planning in school.

Calendar-thematic planning in school.
Tabular-graphic scheme of the working program Universal History (24h) (2)
Absolutism in Western Europe and Russia.
The solution of cognitive tasks.
Participation in the discussion of the topic.
– to define the notion of “absolutism”.
– to identify the characteristic features of absolutism, to identify the prerequisites for strengthening the central power in the countries of Western Europe;
– to reveal the features of absolutism in England and France.
– to compare the ways of the formation of absolutism in Russia, England and France.
From caste-representative monarchies to absolutism. Change in the legal and ideological foundations of statehood.
Map “Western Europe in the XIX century.”
Bourgeois revolution in England.
Problem statement of the material.
Compilation of the table “development of the English bourgeois revolution.”
– to expound in a chronological sequence the events of the English bourgeois revolution.
– to identify the causes of the crisis of the absolutist regime in England;
– to determine the significance of religious differences in revolutionary events.
Bourgeois revolutions of the XVII – XIX centuries.
The Age of Enlightenment and enlightened absolutism.
Update of the material studied earlier during the conversation.
Participation in the discussion of the topic.
Drawing up the table “the politics of enlightened absolutism”.
– know the thinkers of the Enlightenment.
– to characterize theories of “natural law” and “social contract”;
– to characterize the views of Voltaire, Rousseau, Diderot;
– explain why in the German states the dissemination of Enlightenment ideas was more limited than in England and France, to determine the specific features of the German Enlightenment.
Ideology of Enlightenment and constitutionalism.
Portraits of thinkers of the Enlightenment.
War of Independence in North America.
Problem statement of the material.
Participate in a conversation on key issues of the topic.
– indicate the reasons for the mass emigration to America and its consequences for the development of the English colonies;
– to explain why in the colonies the handicraft and manufacturing industry developed rapidly;
– to formulate the reasons for the contradictions between Great Britain and the colonies;
– Describe the outcome of the war for independence.
Ideology of Enlightenment and constitutionalism. The emergence of socio-political trends.
Map of the United States in the late XVIII – first half of the XIX century.
The French Revolution.
Problem statement of the material.
Participate in the conversation on key issues of the topic, fill out the table “causes of the revolution in France.”
– to characterize historical conditions in France by the end of the XVIII century;
– determine for what purpose the king convened the General States;
– highlight the main stages of the Great French Revolution, give them a description;
– To determine the meaning of the “Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen”;
– characterize the internal and external policies of the Directory.
– to assess the policy of the Jacobin dictatorship.
The emergence of socio-political trends. Formation of civil society.
The map “Europe in 1815”
Update of the material studied earlier during the conversation.
Filling the table “Napoleon’s aggressive policy”.
Drawing up a political portrait of Napoleon.
– to define the notion of “continental blockade”.
– to characterize the state structure and administration of France under the constitution of 1799;
– to trace the process of strengthening the power of Napoleon.
– to assess the policy of Bonaparte, conducted in the territories that are annexed and dependent on France, to identify the positive and negative aspects of this policy;
– to assess the decisions of the Congress of Vienna, to determine the interests of which states they expressed.
Revolutionary wars outside France. 18 Brumaire Napoleon Bonaparte – national hero-winner. Overcoming the split in society and the creation of a nation-state, its differences from the rule of law.
Maps: “Patriotic War of 1812”, “Europe in 1815”
Reaction and revolutions in Europe 1820-1840-ies.
Seminar. The solution of cognitive tasks.
Discussion of the seminar.
Consideration of the key issues of the seminar.
– to determine the goals of the Holy Alliance, to explain why England took a special position towards the Sacred Union, to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the union;
– to reveal the causes and consequences of the revolution of 1848. in France, to determine the support of which sections of French society contributed to the coming to power of Louis Bonaparte;
– To call the countries of Europe, where revolutions broke out in 1848, determine what processes they were caused.
– on the example of revolutionary events in the Austrian empire to analyze the demands of the insurgents, to determine what pressing problems of social development they expressed.
The emergence of socio-political trends. Formation of civil society.
Map “Western Europe in the XIX century.”
Industrial revolution in England and its consequences.
The solution of cognitive tasks.
Drawing up a summary, filling out the table “technical revolution and its consequences.”
– to define the notion of “industrial revolution”, to call the signs of an industrial revolution.
– Indicate the specifics of industrial development in selected regions of Europe;
– to characterize the social consequences of the second industrial revolution;
– to characterize the position of the working class of industrial countries, to reveal the specific features of the working-class movement of Britain, France and Germany.
Technical progress in the XVIII – mid XIX century. Industrial revolution. Development of capitalist relations and the social structure of industrial society.
Industrial societies of Europe and America in the second half of the XIX century.
Problem statement of the material.
Filling in the table “the military factor in the unification of Germany”
Drawing up mini-projects on the topic.
– Identify the circumstances that impede the unification of Italy and Germany;
– highlight and characterize the stages of the unification of Italy;
– to explain why Prussia became the leader in the unification process of the Germanic lands;
– to reveal the consequences of the Franco-Prussian war for France and Germany;
– to indicate the causes and consequences of the civil war in the United States, to identify the factors that determined the victory in the war of the North.
– evaluate the activities of A.Linkoln;
– participate in the development of mini-projects on the topic.
Liberalism and democracy in the United States. Contradictions between the industrialists of the North, the planters of the South and the farmers of the West. Americans and Indians. Civil War in the United States. Reconstruction of the South.
The map “The Franco-Prussian War of 1870-1871. and the Paris Commune ”
East in the XV – XVIII centuries: from expansion to dependence.
Colonial division of the world in the XIX century. And its consequences.
Seminar. The solution of cognitive tasks.
Discussion of the seminar.
Consideration of the key issues of the seminar.
– highlight the stages of the British conquest of India;
– indicate the specifics of China’s development, determine the specifics of the state structure and religious beliefs in China;
– to determine the direction of Japan’s modernization policy;
– to name and show on the map of the country – the metropolia, the semi-colonial countries, the colony countries.
– participate in the development of mini-projects on the topic.
Traditional Oriental societies in the context of traditional expansion.
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Map “territorial division of the world in the XVIII-XIX centuries”


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