Leopold von Ranke - The Secret of world history
Leopold von Ranke believed that history was related to politics in the sense that history identified the problems and their causes while, politics, invented in the 19th century according to Ranke, provided the solutions.[footnoteRef:2] In order for political … politics, invented in the 19th century according to Ranke, provided the solutions.[footnoteRef:2] In order for political solutions to be effectively developed and applied, history had to be understood critically.[footnoteRef:3] The best way to understand history critically was to examine the primary documents of history as opposed to the interpretations of these documents by historians of the present. Engaging with the actual texts of the past could allow … actual texts of the past could allow one to see directly what the past had been about. To ensure a proper study of history, though, the student requires a stable state—i.e., a healthy government……
Excerpts from “The Secret of World History. Selected Writings on the Art and Science of History” by Leopold von Ranke. Edited by Roger Wines. Fordham University Press, 1981.
… classes, teachers need to integrate diversity and social justice components with respect to mandated curricular content. This instructional 3-week unit for 6th grade history class leverages a contemporary educational theme in diversity and social justice.
Unit Background and Contemporary Educational Theme
As they continue to progress in … and Contemporary Educational Theme
As they continue to progress in their learning, sixth grade students are generally ready to enhance their understanding of history. The study of history helps them to deepen their understanding and view of the Earth and its populations. In addition to history, these students enhance their understanding of the world through learning politics, social systems, culture, geography and economic systems. Therefore, the recommended context for diversity, social justice and social systems in sixth … politics, social systems, culture, geography and economic systems. Therefore, the recommended context for diversity, social justice and social systems in sixth grade is……
Archdiocese of Santa Fe. (2011). Social Studies Curriculum. Retrieved April 27, 2020, from https://asfcatholicschools.org/documents/2016/1/Social%20Studies%206th.pdf
This publication provides an overview of world history and geography as part of social studies curriculum for 6th grade students. It provides an outline of learning outcomes and assessments/strategies that can be employed in a 6th grade history class. These strategies, assessments, and learning outcomes are developed in line with common standards and based on what students at this grade level should achieve by the end of the unit. It was utilized to determine suitable strategies, assessments and learning outcomes to incorporate for the success of this unit.
Blake, C. (2020). Teaching Social Justice in Theory and Practice. Retrieved April 27, 2020, from https://resilienteducator.com/classroom-resources/teaching-social-justice/
This article examines the process of teaching social justice in relation to existing theory and best practices. The author examines how classrooms are designed to be avenues for social change by promoting learning of new ideas. This article was used to identify a contemporary educational theme in diversity and social justice. The identified theme was utilized to shape the unit content and teaching strategies.
California Department of Education. (2000). History – Social Science Content Standards for California Public Schools: Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve. Retrieved from California Department of Education website: https://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss/documents/histsocscistnd.pdf
The publication provides an overview of standards relating to the study of history and social science from kindergarten to grade twelve. Standards are used as the premise for shaping learning content, expectations, and outcomes for students in different grades. Insights from this publication was used to shape learning content, expectation, outcomes, and strategies for this instructional unit.
edCount. (2014). World History and Geography: Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, and Ancient Israel. Retrieved from Tennessee State Government website: https://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/education/tcap/TCAP_ALT_SS_module_grade6_module1_wld_hist_geo_meso_egypt_israel.pdf
The article examines grade 6 topic on world history and geography in relation to common standards. The author reviews different subject areas relating to this topic including ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia and ancient Israel. Through this review, the publication seeks to enhance knowledge of grade-appropriate social studies concepts, skills, and knowledge. The publication was used to identify relevant knowledge, skills and social studies concepts relating to this instructional unit.
… exclusively for the landed class—the wealthy aristocrats who wanted to be in charge of…[break]…Dream: the reality is something quite different. Yet throughout its history immigrants from other countries have come to Americas seeking that Dream, and they continue to do so to this day. However, the dominant ……
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This lesson will provide significant insights relating to historical and economic development of the United States during this period. Therefore, it will cover history and Business subjects.
• Explain how different subject disciplines are interrelated and address the theme as
a coherent and cohesive unit, not separate …
a coherent and cohesive unit, not separate entities.
The interrelated subject disciplines that address the theme as a coherent and cohesive unit are history and Business subjects. Through this lesson, students will learn both historical and economic development of the United States through industrialization and urbanization.
• … a suitable learning environment and collaborative teaching. Empowerment will be used to enable students understand the issue of reconstruction and industrialization in U.S. history while transformation will be the premise for adoption of alternative teaching methods. The final principle relates to the lesson theme on the basis ……
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… weaponry in battles (Phifer, 2012). However, both tactics and strategies have been theorized, defined, or utilized in different ways at different times in history. In this work, it is my argument that the United States military needs to adopt tactics and strategies useful for the more modern-day … strategies useful for the more modern-day challenges and threats that the army and the country are facing and also beneficial for the future.
history of strategy and tactics
Before the eighteenth century, military strategies involved thinking about and overcoming challenges such as supply challenges, maneuvers, and fortifications. … more challenging to differentiate from strategies because they have become more interdependent (Phifer, 2012).
Principles of Warfare
Military theorists and commanders have throughout history formulated what they regarded as the most important tactical and strategic principles of war. For example, Napoleon had in writing 115 principles of … to change with changing threats……
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Usual Roles for Men and Women Raising Families in the 1950s after world War II
Background of researched generation or individual, historical and present
The 1950s epoch is often perceived as an era of conformity, during … to their stringent roles and acted following the society's expectations. After the damage and devastation caused by the Great Depression and the Second world War, numerous people in the society chose to build a society that is both peaceful and successful. Even though it was expected that … as wives and mothers and to steer clear of work outside the home setting, women continued to constitute a substantial percentage of the post-world War II labor force. The culmination of the war instigated significant changes. Notably, working women were supplanted by the soldiers who were returning … period and demographic inclination buttressed women's identities as mothers and wives, whereas men to be the providers……
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In the world today, information societies, all referred to as digital or postindustrial societies, are among the latest developments and are mainly founded on the generation … Little)
According to Marx, financial conflict is the main means of change in a society. The base of all kinds of societies in history (their economic production mode) had their own characteristic type of financial challenges. This was simply because a production mode is basically composed of ……
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… the Civil Rights Movement and became a way for disenfranchised black youths, marginalized by society, to express their thoughts and feelings on a world that did want them to rise up. The history of hip hop and its culture is thus a rich one and a complex one that both celebrates youthful joys and energy while … kind of shock and awe approach (such as with NWA, 2 Live Crew, Beastie Boys, and Snoop Dogg). In the end, hip hop’s history and culture is eclectic, fresh, vital, and representative of a movement rooted in black empowerment but also indicative of the oppression that is … genres of jazz and blues by incorporating other musical traditions into their own musical experiences and creating something wholly their own. Hip hop history and culture is thus a blend of the black experience in America that is linked to black identity but not……
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… hospitals to grow and develop and be able to provide care for them.
In conclusion, Dorothea Dix was an important person in the history of the field of nursing for her devotion to the underserved population of mental health patients, who were being locked up and imprisoned … reform-minded Quaker friends in England. Had it not been for them, Dix never would have had the idea to set about reforming the world of health care in the U.S. But because she did, she is remembered today as……
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… Culture: Sofonisba Anguissola, Mary Wollstonecraft and Emily Dickinson
While the patriarchal heritage of the West commonly references the contributions of men to history and culture, the West would not be what it is today without the contributions to culture made by women as well. This paper … of powerful patrons, she is still regarded as one of the finest Renaissance artists and her portraits hang in museums all over the world, from Madrid to Milwaukee. Though Sofonisba came from a lower class family, her talent and artistry enabled her to rise up through the ……
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