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UNITATEA DE INVATAMANT: COLEGIUL NAŢIONAL„I.L.

CARAGIALE” PLOIEŞTI
Disciplina: ISTORIA MARII BRITANII SI A STATELOR UNITE ALE AMERICII (optional)
Profesor: Tanase Anca
Clasa:a X-a H AVIZAT DIRECTOR:
Nr.ore/saptamana: 1h
Manuale & auxiliare AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF BRITAIN , Longman
AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE USA, Longman AVIZAT SEF CATEDRA:
A Practical Guide to the History of the USA, Fischer Educational

PLANIFICARE CALENDARISTICA
AN SCOLAR 2015-2016

Nr. Conţinutul tematic al unităţilor de învăţământ Competenţe Nr. Săptămîna Observaţii


Crt specific ore
e vizate
(0) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
0 INTRODUCING THE NEW -to present the 1 S1
COURSE topic of the
course, the
project
works,etc..
1 UNIT 1 2 S2-S3
EARLIEST TIMES
The foundations stones
-The island 1.2
-Britain’s prehistory 1.3

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-The Celts\ The Romans 3.1
The Saxon invasion
-The invaders
-Government and society\Christianity
-The Vikings
The Celtic kingdoms
-Wales,Ireland,Scotland
2 UNIT 2 1.2 2 S4-S5
THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES 1.3
Conquest and feudal rule 3.1
-The Norman Conquest
-Feudalism\Kingship:a family business
-Magna Carta and the decline of feudalism
The power of the kings of England
-Church and state
-The beginnings of Parliament
-Dealing with the Celts
Government and society
-The growth of government
-Law and justice
-Religious belifes
-Ordinary people in country and town
-The growth of towns as centres of wealth
-Langusge, literature and culture
3 TEST PAPER 1 S6

4 UNIT 3 1.2 2 S7-8


THE LATE MIDDLE AGE 1.3
The century of war, plague and disorder 3.1

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-War with Scotland and France 3.2
-The age of chivalry
-The century of plagues
-The poor in revolt
-Heresy and ortodoxy
The crisis of kings and nobles
-The crisis of kingship
Wales in revolt
The struggle in France
-The Wars of the Roses
-Scotland
Government and society
-Government and society
-The condition of women
-Language and culture
5 UNIT 4 1.2 2 S9-10
THE TUDORS 1.3
The birth of the nation state 3.1
-The new monarchy
-The Reformation
-The Protestant-Catholic struggle
England and her neighbours
-The new foreign policy
-The new trading empire
-Wales
-Ireland
-Scotland and England
-Mary Queen of Scots and the Scottish Reformation
-A Scottish king for England
Government and society

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-Tudor parliaments
-Rich and poor in town and country
-Domestic life
-Language and culture
6 REVISION 1 S11

7 UNIT 5 1.2 2 S12-13


THE STUARTS 1.3
Crown and Parliament 3.1
-Parliament against the Crown 3.2
-Religious disagreement
-Civil war
Republican and Restoration Britain
-Republican Britain
-Catholicism, the Crown and the new constitutional monarchy
-Scotland and Ireland
-Foreing relations
Life and thought
-The revolution in thought
-Life and work in the Stuart age
Family life

8 UNIT 6 1.1 2 S14-15


THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY 1.2
The political world 1.3
-Politics and finance 3.1
-Wilkes and liberry 3.2
-Radicalism and the loss of the American colonies
-Ireland

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-Scotland
Life in town and country
-Town life
-The rich
-The countryside
-Family life
The years of revolution
-Industrial revolution
Society and religion
-Revolution in France and the Napoleonic Wars

9 UNIT 7 1.1 1 S16


THE NINETEENTH CENTURY 1.3
The years of power and danger 2.1
The danger at home, 1815-32 2.2
-Reform 3.1
-Workers revolt 3.3
-Family life
The years of self-confidence
-The railway
-The rise of the middle classes
-The growth of towns and cities
-Population and politics
-Queen and monarchy
-Queen and empire
-Wales, Scotland and Ireland
The end of an age

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-Social and economic improvements
-The importances of sport
-Changes in thinking
-The end of “England’s summer”
-The storm clouds of war
10 UNIT 8 1.1 1 S17
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 1.2
Britain at war 1.3
-The First World War 2.2
-The rise of the Labour Party 2.3
-The rights of women 3.1
-Ireland 3.2
-Disappointment and depression
-The Second World War
The age of uncertainty
-The new international order
-The welfare state
-Youthful Britain
-A popular monarchy
-The loss of empire
-Britain, Europe and the United States
-Northern Ireland
-Scotland and Wales
-The years of discontent
-The new politics
-Britain:past, present and future
11 REVISION 3.1 1 S18
PROJECT WORK PRESENTATION 3.2
3.3

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3.4

12 The first Americans: Amerindian 1.1 1 S19


tribes and their way of life; 1.2
Explorers from Europe Spaniards, Italians, 1.3
French, English
Function: identifying main points, ideas;
discussing facts, events and their significance;

13 Puritan New England: The Mayflower 1.1 2 S20-21


Compact; Thanksgiving; 1.2
COLONIAL LIFE IN AMERICA: Cities and 1.3
trade; Governors and assemblies; 2.2
Function: identifying main characteristics 3.3
of events and their significance;
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14 THE ROOTS OF REVOLUTION: Trade laws; 1.1 1 S22
Samuel Adams & the Boston Massacre; 1.3
FIGHTING FOR INDEPENDENCE: 2.1
Thomas Paine, the voice of revolution; 2.2
Function: ordering main points & events;
Bringing arguments, justifications;

15. FORMING THE NEW NATION – 1.1 2 S23-24


Years of growth: George Washington and 1.2
the Whiskey Rebellion; The first political parties; 1.3
The war of 1812; West to the Pacific-Lewis & Clark 2.1
Function: identifying facts/ events; discussing 2.2
their significance; ordering main points; 3.2

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comparing & contrasting events; 3.3

16. THE CIVIL WAR: The Emancipation Proclamation; 2.1 1 S25/ S26 S25- Scoala
The Gettysburg Address; 2.2 altfel
Function: identifying & ordering main events; 3.1
bringing arguments and supporting ideas with 3.3
examples/ justification;

17. RECONSTRUCTION & YEARS OF GROWTH 1.1 1 S27


Carpetbaggers and scalawags; “Free at last 2.1
YEARS OF GROWTH: Miners, railroads, 2.2
cattlemen, farmers; The Great Plains; 2.3
The Amerindians’ last stand 3.1
Function: identifying main points; comparing 3.2
and contrasting; selecting information;
finding characteristics& discussing
significance of events
18. THE GOLDEN DOOR: Immigrants to America; 1.1 1 S28
Melting pot or salad bowl? 1.3
Inventors and industries - Thomas Edison 3.1
Function: discussing main events & their 3.4
characteristics; identifying significance and 3.3
deducing consequences;

19. THE ROARING TWENTIES: 1.1 2 S29- S30


Sacco and Vanzetti; The movies; Al Capone 1.2
and the bootleggers 1.3
CRASH AND DEPRESSION: Wall Street 2.1
Stock Exchange; 3.1

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Function: identifying main points, bringing 3.2
arguments and supporting ideas with
examples/justifications Characteristics of
facts/events and their significance

20. ROOSEVELT’S NEW DEAL: Roosevelt and the 1.1 1 S31


farmers; Democracy at work; The Tennessee 1.2
Valley Authority (TVA) 2.1
THE ARSENAL OF DEMOCRACY: 2.3
World War II; Pearl Harbor; Hiroshima 1945: 3.3
Function: finding characteristics, causes,
Deducing consequences; ordering main events;
Discussing significance;
21. PROSPERITY AND PROBLEMS: 1.2 1 S32
post-war America; J.F. Kennedy and 2.1
democracy, the Watergate affair; 2.2
BLACK AMERICANS: The Civil Rights 2.3
movement; Martin Luther King;
Function: ordering main points and finding
their significance

22. COLD WAR AND KOREA: The division of 1.1 1 S33


Germany; The birth of NATO; 1.2
THE VIETNAM YEARS: Death at Kent State; 2.1
Bob Dylan; 2.3
Function: identifying and discussing main points; 3.1
bringing arguments and supporting
ideas with examples and/or justification;

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23. THE AMERICAN CENTURY: denims, hot dogs, 2.1 2 S34- S35
skyscrapers, supermarkets; 3.1
education, music, sport & literature, 3.2
Function: identifying main ideas & commenting 3.3
upon them; 3.4
PROJECT WORK PRESENTATION

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