Where did humans come from and how did those early communities function? How did the advent of agriculture change human society (neolithic revolution)?
AP World History Summer Assignment 2013 Welcome to AP World History, I look forward to a great year with you. You do NOT need to check out a book to complete the following assignments. These assignments will assist in building your fundamental knowledge of World History and are intended to lay the foundation for the first unit and subsequent.
Use the following hyperlinks to access videos to review AP World History Units 1-3 for the next three weeks. There are questions on my AP Classroom to review the material. The questions will help review the major ideas of the units.
Objective: Using the maps on page 386 and 388 in your textbook, TLW create a mapshot that identifies European exploration routes, landholding claims, line of demarcation (Treaty of Tordesillas) and continents and existing countries. Steps to Create the Mapshot: 1. Label the continents, large bodies of water and large countries. 2. Create a key with a different color for England, Portugal.
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Theme 1: We still do not see lots of migration yet, though we will begin to see key tools be invented to assist with farming.The bubonic plague will also have a devastating effect on much of Eurasia. Theme 2: This is the time of the birth and rise of Islam.This new religion will greatly impact the Middle East, Africa, and Southern Asia as people looked to blend their traditional values.
AP World History Period 3: 600-1450 Discussion Questions 1. Why can 600-1450 be considered a period? 2. How is it different from the period before and the one after? 3. Which new empires emerged during this period? 4. What new political systems emerged? Give examples. 5. What impact did the Mongols have? Give examples and be specific. Did they.
Unit 1 - Classical Era - 8000 BCE - 600 CE. Unit 2 - Post-Classical Era - 600 CE - 1450. Unit 3 - Early Modern Era - 1450 - 1750. Unit 4 - Modern Era - 1750 - 1914. Unit 5 - 20th Century - 1914 - Present. Key Terms with Definitions. Unit 1. Unit 2. Unit 3. Unit 4. Unit 5. 1200 Terms - Excel Document.