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Syllabus

World History Fall 2015

History 101, Sec. 03 Dr. Mahdavi

Student Learning Goals for Content and Skill Acquisition: This is a course in the history of the human community from approximately 1500 C.E. to the present. The course differs from the traditional Western Civilization class in that the entire world rather than Europe alone is the focus of study. The central questions the course will ask are these: What is Modernity, that is, what do we mean when we ask of "the modern world" in which we live? How have the political, social, cultural, and economic forces that we associate with modernity changed our world and its people during the past 500 years? Why has the intercommunication, interaction, and interdependence of the peoples of the world become so much more intense during the past 500 years than they were in earlier ages? How and why did western civilization rise to global domination in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and how has the challenge of western power and cultural prestige affected the course of history of all the World's people? Finally a question that we should be asking throughout the semester: how have the patterns of world history over the past 500 years determined or affected 1) the way we now live and think, and 2) our prospects for peace, prosperity, and the "pursuit of happiness" in the coming decades?

This course is NOT primarily a narrative survey of civilizations, dynasties, and nations. The history of humankind is more than the sum of the histories of particular countries or empires. The most important developments in history have not taken place merely within the boundaries of nations. Rather, large-scale patterns of history have unfolded in continental, hemispheric, or global settings, drawing peoples of different languages and cultures into common historical experiences. This course, then, will develop a number of themes stressing the interrelations of societies and cultures and comparing the experience of peoples and civilizations with one another.

This course is also one of four Foundations courses that you will take in the area of Humanities and Fine Arts. Upon completing of this area of Foundations, you will be able to: 1) analyze written, visual, or performed texts in the humanities and fine arts with sensitivity to their diverse cultural contexts and historical moments. 2) describe various aesthetic and other value systems and the ways they are communicated across time and cultures. 3) identify issues in the humanities that have personal and global relevance. 4) demonstrate the ability to approach complex problems and ask complex questions drawing upon knowledge of the humanities.

Examinations and Map quiz:
There will be one full-period examination during the mid-semester, plus a final exam during the testing period in December. These exams will consist of essay questions only. In addition, we will have a 15-minute Map Quiz on September 18th. A study guide for the map quiz is provided and enclosed to your class syllabus (see page seven.)

Quizzes
We will have six random quizzes during the Fall semester. All six quizzes would be in form of multiple choices. Questions will invariably relate to the assignment of that day, please read the daily assignment before coming to class. There will be no make-ups of random quizzes for any reason. (Please do not ask!) Rather in calculating final grades, a student’s one lowest quiz grade (including “zero” grade for absence) will be dropped.

Term Paper
After choosing your topic, write one paragraph describing how you would approach discussion of your topic and provide your sources as well. The period of your paper should be within/from early 1500s to present time. Your topic should be very specific and narrowed down. For example: political events, economic systems, or social issues are very specifics. Avoid biography!!
Term paper topic proposal are due on Monday, October 19th.

1. It should be between 4-5 pages (typed and double spaced) in length.
2. Use at least three sources; they should be a combination of articles and books or books alone, other than your textbooks. In addition to your three proper sources, you may use Internet sources with the sites that are edu or org domain. The following site has excellent academic articles that may be useful to you. Scholarly Journal Archive (http://www.jstor.org)
3. Your paper should have an Introduction, Theme/Body, and a Conclusion.
4. Your paper should contain a Chicago style bibliography of your sources (see http://bcs.bedfordstmartins.com/resdoc5e/RES5e_ch10_s1-0001.html )
5. Use Chicago style footnotes or endnotes when quoting or citing data (see http://bcs.bedfordstmartins.com/resdoc5e/RES5e_ch10_s1-0001.html )
6. Do a spelling and grammar check on your final paper.
7. Turn your report in by the deadline if you do not wish to be penalized for an overdue paper. ½ letter grade penalty will be applied for each past due day.

Term papers are due on Monday, November 23rd.

Participation:
Keep in mind that each class lecture of discussion is part of a continuing story. When you skip class, you miss some of the plot and you will soon be lost. Therefore, I am allocating 2% (extra credit) for class participation. It will be awarded to those students who continuously participate throughout the semester.
Grade Determination: Map Quiz (100 points) 10% Random Quizzes (100 points) 15% (5 quizzes in all) Term Paper (100 points) 20% Mid-term Examination 25% Final Examination 30%

You will receive both a numerical score and a letter grade for each exam. Criteria for grading would as follow:
|93-100% |A |80-82% |B- |67-69% |D+ |
|90 – 92% |A- |77-79% |C+ |63-66% |D |
|87-89% |B+ |73-76% |C |60-62% |D- |
|83-86% |B |70-72% |C- |0-59% |F |

Students with Disabilities

If you are a student with a disability and believe you will need accommodations for this class; it is your responsibility to contact Student Disability Services at (619) 594-6473. To avoid any delay in the receipt of your accommodations, you should contact Student Disability Services as soon as possible. Please note that accommodations are not retroactive, and that I cannot provide accommodations based upon disability until I have received an accommodation letter from Student Disability Services. Your cooperation is appreciated.
Plagiarism:
Academic integrity is an important aspect of learning. Students must realize that cheating in quizzes and exams are serious offenses and will result in possible failing grade for the course. For university policies on cheating and plagiarism, see SDSU General Catalogue for more information.

Classroom Etiquette:
Please turn off all cell phones, smart phones, iPads, iPhones, and/or any other form of electronic communication while in class. Calling, texting, browsing, or listening to music in class will not be tolerated, nor will using your Laptop for any purpose other than taking notes.

Office: Arts and Letters: 559
Telephone: 619/594-8459
Office Hours: M; 1:00-3:00pm. MW; 11:00-11:50am, 1:00-1:50pm.and by appointment
E-mail: mahdavi@mail.sdsu.edu

Required readings:

J. Bentley & H. Ziegler, Traditions and Encounters: A Global Perspective on the Past. Volume II, Fifth Edition
Chinua Achebe. Things Fall Apart.

Ngugi Wa Thiong’o. Weep Not, Child

World Map (Robinson Projection) No 9DD96 from Herff Jones, Inc.: (purchase two copies)

Week1

August 24 Introduction

August 26 The Geography of World History

August 28 The Shape of World History About 1500 C.E.

Week 2

August 31 Sources of European Power Bentley & Ziegler, pp. 493-507

September 2 Sources of European Power (continued)

September 4 The Great World Convergence (GWC) Bentley & Ziegler, pp. chapter 22

Week 3

September 7 Holiday: Labor Day

September 9 Group discussion: Consequences of the GWC Read the assignment on Blackboard; the Fortunate Isles, Written by Alfred W. Crosby

September 11 Power in the Center: The Islamic Empires Bentley & Ziegler, Chap. 27

Week 4

September 14 Islamic Empires (continued) Bentley & Ziegler, reread Chap. 27

September 16 The Chinese Empire in a Changing World Bentley & Ziegler, Chap. 26

September 18 Map Quiz and Review Discussion

Week 5

September 21 Atlantic Interrelations: Africa, Europe and the Americas Bentley & Ziegler, Chap.24

September 23 Atlantic Interrelations (continued) Bentley & Ziegler, pp. Chap.25

September 25 Capitalism and European Power Bentley & Ziegler, pp. 508-520

Week 6

September 28 Expanding Power in Russia Bentley & Ziegler, pp. 504-506 & 713-717

September 30 Modernity and the Islamic World Bentley & Ziegler, pp. 608-613 and 707-712

October 2 Review Discussion

Week 7

October 5 Mid-Term Examination

October 7 Revolutions in the Atlantic World Bentley & Ziegler, chapter 28

October 9 Revolutions in the Atlantic World (continued) Bentley & Ziegler, reread chapter 28

Week 8

October 12 Capitalism and Industry in Europe Bentley & Ziegler, Chap. 29

October 14 Capitalism and Industry in Europe (continued) Bentley & Ziegler, reread Chap. 29

October 16 The Growth of Neo-Europe in the 19th Century Bentley & Ziegler, pp. 743-746

Week 9

Term Paper Topic Proposals are due
October 19 Group discussion of Achebe’s, Things Fall Apart Achebe, read the entire book

October 21 Islamic States and the World Economy in the 19th Century Bentley & Ziegler, pp. 705-712

October 23 Latin America and the World Economy Bentley & Ziegler, reread pp. 634-636 and chapter 30

Week 10

October 26 Film: Modernizing of Japan and discussion (Media Center : TV3123V) Bentley & Ziegler, pp. 724-728

October 28 Europe's New Imperialism Bentley & Ziegler, chapter. 32

October 30 African and Asian Responses to the New Imperialism Bentley & Ziegler, reread chapter 32

Week 11

November 2 World War I: The First Global War Bentley & Ziegler, Chap. 33

November 4 World War I: The First Global War (continued)

November 6 World War I: Aftermath Bentley & Ziegler, chapters 34 and 35

Week 12

November 9 World War I: Aftermath Bentley & Ziegler, reread chapters 34 and 35

November 11 Holiday: Veterans Day

November 13 World War II Bentley & Ziegler, chapter 36

Week 13

November 16 World War II (continued) Bentley & Ziegler, reread chapter 36

November 18 Nationalism and New Power in the Developing Countries Bentley & Ziegler, chapter 37

November 20 Nationalism and New Power in the Developing Count. (continued) Bentley & Ziegler, reread chapter 37

Week 14

Term papers are due
November 23 Group discussion of Ngugi’s, Weep Not, Child Ngugi, read the entire book

November 25 The Formation of a Bipolar World Bentley & Ziegler, read pp. 853-861

November 27 No Class - Thanksgiving Recess

Week 15

November 30 The Formation of a Bipolar World Bentley & Ziegler, reread pp. 853-861

December 2 The Price and Promise of Modernity Bentley & Ziegler, Chap. 38

December 4 The Price and Promise of Modernity (continued) Bentley & Ziegler, chapter 38

Week 16

December 7 Group discussion: World since 1991.

December 9 Review Discussion

Final Examination: Wednesday, December 16, 10:30am.-12:30pm.

World History Dr. Mahdavi
History 101 Fall 2015

STUDY GUIDE FOR MAP QUIZ (to learn the terms on this page, use the following link: http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/~drizadi/)

Map quiz will be given on September 18th. You will be asked to locate on a world outline map 20 of the items listed below. The instructor will choose the items (5 points for each). The blank map is available in the bookstore. Please buy two copies, one to bring to class and the other one for practice. You are responsible for bringing your blank map to class on the day of the test.

OCEANS AND SEAS STRAITS & PASSES CITIES
Aegean Sea Bosphorus Aden
Arabian Sea Dardanelles Alexandria (Egypt)
Bay of Bengal Str. of Bab al-Mandeb Athens
Caspian Sea Str. of Gibraltar Berlin
East China Sea Str. of Hormuz Brussels
South China Sea Str. of Malacca Cairo
Indian Ocean Cordoba (Spain)
Persian Gulf Damascus
Red Sea Delhi
Black Sea RIVERS Genoa
Mediterranean Sea Amu Darya (Oxus) Hong Kong Danube Jerusalem
ISLANDS Elbe Lima
Ceylon Euphrates Lisbon
Crete Nile Mecca
Cyprus Ganges Mombasa
Japan Hwang Ho (Yellow Moscow
Philippines Indus Paris
Sicily Niger Peking
East Indies (Indonesia Syr Darya (Jaxartes) Rome Tigris Santiago
MOUNTAINS Volga Shanghai
Alps Yangtze Stockholm
Altai Rhine Timbuktu
Andes Tokyo
Atlas MISCELLANEOUS Venice
Himalayas Anatolia (Asia Minor) Zanzibar
Hindu Kush Cape of Good Hope
Tien Shan Cape Horn
Urals Sahara Desert Gobi Desert Mongolia Kalahari Desert…...

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...MATH 121 ONLINE PRACTICE MIDTERM 1. Express in simplest form: 10 + 72 / 6 x 4 2. Rewrite using the distributive property: 12(6 + 4 + 20) 3. Translate and simplify: The sum of the squares of three and seven. 4. If you spend $3.70 each day in tolls, how much money would be spent in 25 days? 5. Write 124/10 as a mixed number. 6. Write 11 and 4/5 as an improper fraction. 7. Change 9 and 1/8 to decimal form. 8. Round $58.195 to the nearest cent. 9. Write 176, 000, 000 in scientific notation. 10. Write 7.35 x 10^(-7) without exponents. 11. Reduce the fraction 1600/3640 to its simplest form. 12. Simplify (3/10) + (1/18) – (2/15) and express your answer in simplest form. 13. Simplify 17 ¾ – (10 and 8/9). 14. Simplify (6 and 5/7) x (9 and 6/11) 15. Simplify (32/17) / (8/34). 16. Simplify (2/5)[(23/8) – (5/8) x 2] 17. Write 174/11 as a decimal in simplest form. 18. If you join a movie club and you agree to buy 24 movies for $18.63 each and $3.44 postage and handling for each movie, what is the total cost to fulfill this agreement? 19. A recipe calls for 2 and 4/5 lb of light brown sugar and 4 ½ lb of dark brown sugar. How many pounds of sugar are needed for this recipe? 20. Each time a rubber rebounds, it bounces to a height tat is ¾ the height of the previous bounce. If the ball is dropped from 256 feet, approximately how high would it bounce after its third bounce. 21. If D = {-3, -2, 1} , find the values for 87 – x^2. 22. Evaluate y^2 – 3yz +......

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