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Title: Essential Question:


1
  • Essential Question
  • What were the important themes of Periodizations
    1 and 2?
  • What are the important themes of Periodization 3
    Transition to the Modern World?
  • Warm-Up Question
  • ?

2
Periodization Overview
  • A periodization is a major era in history. The
    Mongol Empire corresponds to the end of the
    second major periodization, the Post-Classical
    era (from 600-1450)
  • Examine the timeline provided answer the
    questions in each box
  • When finished, be prepared to share your answers

3
Periodization 1 FoundationsNeolithic
Revolution River Valley Civilizations
  1. All four early civilizations began along river
    valleys
  2. (a) Egypt, (b) Mesopotamia, (c) China
  3. (a) Mesopotamia, (b) India, (c) India, (d)
    China

4
Classical Civilizations
  1. All the civilizations were empires Most were
    classical civs
  2. (a) columns, geometry, drama, democracy,
    philosophy, art(b) arches, domes, republic,
    Christianity, engineering, law(c) concept of
    zero, pi, numerals, decimals, earth is round
  3. (a) democracy, (b) republic, (c) examination
    system

5
Definition of Periodization 1 Foundations
  • A time after the discovery of farming when
    civilizations began for form along the fertile
    soils of river valleys. Over time, many river
    valley societies developed into advanced
    civilizations which then led to the rise of large
    empires. Finally, some societies developed such
    important cultural achievements that they
    became classical civilizations because their
    achievements influenced other societies and the
    modern world.

6
Periodization 2 Post-Classical Era
  1. (a) Islamic Empire, (b) Mongols, (c) Byzantine
    Empire, (d) Russia, (e) medieval Europe, (f)
    China
  2. (a) chinampas, calendar (b) gunpowder, compass,
    clock, vaccines, (c) law code, Orthodox
    Christianity Hagia Sophia (d) medicine, algebra,
    chemistry, calligraphy
  3. (a) Islamic Empire, (b) Ming China, (c) Mongols

7
Periodization 2 Post-Classical Era
  1. (a) Islam, learning (Timbuktu) (b) Swahili,
    Islam, Christianity (c) Buddhism, Chinese
    technologies, disease
  2. (a) Medieval Europe, (b) Russia, (c) Mayans
    Aztecs
  3. Protected the Silk Road, increased trade
    cultural diffusion

8
Definition of Periodization 2 Post-Classical Era
  • A time when numerous societies became more
    connected to each other due to an increase in
    trade. New trade routes led to cultural
    diffusion, spread technology, and spread major
    world religions such as Islam, Buddhism, and
    Christianity (Catholic and Eastern Orthodox).

9
Periodization 3 Predictions
  • What will happen in world history during
    Periodization 3 (14501750)?
  • Examine the next four images and make a
    prediction about what will happen in
    Periodization 3
  • Be prepared to discuss your answers

10
The Renaissance A rebirth of trade, learning,
new styles of art in Western Europe
1
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2
European exploration and creation of colonies in
America and Asia
12
The split the Catholic Church and formation of
new Protestant Christian denominations
3
13
4
The end of Feudalism the rise of powerful kings
in Europe
14
Definition of Periodization 3 Transition to the
Modern World (1450-1750)
  • A time when Western Europe emerged from the
    Middle Ages and experienced a rebirth in trade,
    cities, learning, art. During this era,
    Europeans questioned many existing preconceptions
    such as ideas about religion, science, and
    government. This era marked the rise of the West,
    a time when Europeans began to spread their
    influence to parts of America and Asia
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