History & Civics – 8

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Class 8: History & Civics Course Introduction

Welcome to the exciting journey through history and civics in Class 8! This academic year, we will explore a range of captivating topics that span across different periods and regions. The primary focus will be on understanding significant historical events and their impact on society, along with delving into the functioning of governments and global organizations.

Unit 1: A Period of Transition

  • In this unit, we will embark on a journey through a period of profound change. We’ll explore the transitions brought about by various factors such as technological advancements, exploration voyages, the Industrial Revolution, and the age of imperialism.

Unit 2: The Growth of Nationalism

  • Uncover the Age of Revolution, examining the wave of nationalist movements that swept across different parts of the world. Dive into the American Civil War (1861-65) and understand its implications on the concept of nationalism.

Unit 3: India in the 18th Century

  • Witness the decline of the mighty Mughal Empire and the simultaneous rise of independent kingdoms in India during the 18th century.

Unit 4: Traders to Rulers

  • Explore the pivotal moments that led to the British rise to power in India, transforming from mere traders to influential rulers.

Unit 5: British Policies and Impacts

  • Understand the various policies implemented by the British in India and their far-reaching impacts on the social, economic, and political fabric of the nation.

Unit 6: The Great Uprising of 1857

  • Delve into the significant events and dynamics surrounding the Great Uprising of 1857, a crucial turning point in India’s struggle against colonial rule.

Unit 7: Socio-Religious Reforms

  • Investigate the socio-religious reforms that played a vital role in shaping the cultural and social landscape of India during this period.

Unit 8: Rise of the Indian National Movement

  • Trace the roots of the Indian National Movement and its evolution from 1885 to 1947. Explore key milestones, including the Civil Disobedience Movement.

Unit 9: Three Main Organs of the Indian Government

  • Unpack the structure of the Indian government, understanding the roles and functions of the Legislature, the Union Executive, and the Union Judiciary.

Unit 10: United Nations

  • Conclude the course by exploring the formation and functions of the United Nations, a global organization committed to maintaining peace and promoting international cooperation.

Get ready for a year of discovery, critical thinking, and a deeper understanding of the rich tapestry of history and civics. Let the exploration begin!

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What Will You Learn?

  • Social sciences are a group of academic disciplines that focus on how individuals behave within society.
  • Careers in social work and economics are among some of the fastest-growing industries in India.
  • Social sciences give us a better understanding of how to create more inclusive and effective community.
  • The course offers the child with a variety of important lessons about Plants, Water, Air, Soil, Human Body, Clothes, School, Cultural Environment etc..
  • The subject helps improve the child’s awareness about the environment around.
  • Learning made simple and fun by experts at ADMIRE.
  • Interactive learning experience.

Course Content

Unit– 3. India in the 18th Century

Unit– 4. Traders to Rulers

Unit– 5. British Policies and Impacts

Unit– 6. The Great Uprising of 1857

Unit– 7. Socio – religious Reforms

Unit– 8. Rise of the India National Movement

Unit- 9. Three Main Orange of the Indian Government

Unit– 10. United Nations

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