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Class 2018-2019

Period 1: World History  (M, W, F)                

Period 2: AP Geography (T, TH, F)

Period 3: AP World History (M, W, F)

Period 4: Conference Period 

Period 5: World History (M,W,F)

Period 6: Mex American Studies (T, TH, F)

Period 7: Conference

Period 8: World History (T, Th, F)


Mr. Ramirez


AP Geography (Period 2)

Unit 1: This is Geography

 1. Why is geography a science?

 2. Why is each point on Earth Unique?

 3. Why are different places similar?

 4. Why are some actions not sustainable?


Unit 2: Population and Health

 1. Where are the World's People Distributed?

 2. Why is World Population Increasing?

 3. Why Do Some Places Face Health Challenges?

 4. Why Might population increase in the future?


Unit 3: Migration

 1. Where are the World's Migrants Disturbed?

 2. Where Do People Migrate Within a country?

 3. Why do people migrate?

 4. Why do Migrants Face challenges?


Unit 4: Folk and Popular Culture

 1. Where are the folk and popular leisure activities disturbed?

 2. Where are the folk and popular material culture distributed? 

 3. Why is access to folk and popular culture unequal?

 4. Why do folk and popular culture face sustainability challenges? 




AP World History (Period 3)

Unit 1: The Rise of Agriculture and Agricultural Civilizations

  A. From Human Prehistory to the Early civilizations


Unit 2: The Classical Period, 1000 B.C.E.-500 C.E.

  A. Classical Civilization: China

  B. Classical Civilization: India 

  C.  Classical Civilization in the Mediterranean 

  D. The classical Period: Directions, Diversities, and Declines by 500 B.C.E.


Unit 3: The Postclassical Era

 A. The first global civilization: The rise and spread of Islam

 B. Abbasid Decline and the spread of Islamic Civilization

 C. African Civilizations and the spread of Islam

 D.  Civilizations in Eastern Europe: Byzantium and Orthodox Europe

 E. A new civilization emerges in Western Europe

 F. Reunification and Renaissance in Chinese civilizations 

 G. The spread of Chinese Civilizations: Japan, Korea, Vietnam

 H. The last great Nomadic challengers: From Chinggis Khan to Timur

 I. The West and the changing world balance


Unit 4: The World Shrinks (1470-1750)

Unit 5: Industrialization and Western Global Hegemony (1750-1914)

Unit 6: The 20th Century in World History

World History (Period 1,5,8)

Unit 1: Early Civilizations 

    A. Hammurabi 

    B. Philosophy

    C. Confucius 

    D. Roman Empire

    E.  Renaissance 


Unit 2: Revolutions

  A.  Enlightenment 

  B.  Glorious Revolution 

  C.  American Revolution

  D. Industrial Revolution 

  E. French Revolution 


Unit 3: Art Movements 

  A.  Romanticism 

  B.  Realism 

  C.  Cubism 

  D. Pop!


Unit 3: Imperialism 

  A. Asia

  B. Africa

  C. India 

  D. Latin America




Mexican American Studies (Period 6)

I. Your Identity and Culture

II. Education

III. Aztlan

IV. La Conquista

V. Independence

VI. Revolution

VII. Treaty of Hidalgo

VIII. Repatriation

IX: Zoot Suit

X: Chavez and Dolores

XI: La Causa Continues

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