New Visions Global History Curriculum Glossary
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New Visions Global History Curriculum Glossary
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This glossary provides vocabulary words and definitions for terms that students encounter in the New Visions Global History Curriculum.

Navigate the glossary using the tabs at the bottom of the screen to explore the course target words, which students interact with repeatedly throughout the year, and unit-specific vocabulary lists.

Search for words within a tab by using the "Find" feature. Access the Find feature by hitting Command and F at the same time on a Mac, or Ctrl and F on a PC.
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Table of Context
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Global IGlobal II
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Unit 9.2: The First Civilizations10.1: The World in 1750 C.E.
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Unit 9.3: Classical Civilizations10.2: Enlightenment, Revolution, and Nationalism
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Unit 9.4: Political Powers and Achievements
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Unit 9.5: Social and Cultural Growth and Conflict
10.4: Imperialism
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Unit 9.6: Ottoman and Ming Pre-160010.5: Unresolved Global Conflict (1914-1945)
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Unit 9.7: Transformation of Western Europe and Russia
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Unit 9.8: Africa and the Americas Pre-160010.7: Decolonization and Nationalism
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Unit 9.9: Interactions and Disruptions
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10.9: Globalization and the Changing Environment
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10.10: Human Rights Violations
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