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Title: AP World Review


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AP World Review
  • Practically all of this was stolen from other
    sources a shout-out to teachers who share their
    stuff on the web

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Agenda
  • Information Summary Foundations Unit
  • Multiple Choice Exercise
  • DBQ Review and Partner DOCs
  • Practice DBQ Question

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Six Themes
  • The impact of interaction among major societies.
    Such as Trade, International Exchange, War, and
    Diplomacy
  • The Relationship of Change and Continuity across
    the periods of World History
  • Impact of Technology and Demography on People and
    the Environment Including Population change,
    Manufacturing, Agriculture, etc.
  • Systems of Organization and Gender Structure
  • Cultural and Intellectual Development and
    Interactions among Societies
  • Change over time in functions and structures of
    Political States

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Test Format
  • Exam last 3 Hours and 5 Minutes
  • 55 Minutes for 70 Multiple Choice Questions
  • 50 Minutes for Document Based Question (10
    minutes for Reading and Evaluating Documents)
  • 40 Minutes for Change Over Time Essay
  • 40 Minutes for Comparative Essay Question
  • Time Frames
  • Prehistory to 1000 C.E 14 of Questions
  • 1000 C.E-1450 C.E 23 of Questions
  • 1450 C.E- 1750 C.E 20 of Questions
  • 1750 C.E- 1914 C.E 20 of Questions
  • 1914-Present 23 of Questions

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Grading
  • 70 Multiple Choice Questions 1/2 Score
  • Document Based Question 16.66 of Score
  • Change Over Time Essay 16.66 of Score
  • Comparative Essay 16.66 of Score
  • Essays Graded on Scale of 0 to 9

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  • Broad Topics addressed in Foundations Unit
  • Environment domesticating plants and animals
  • Early development of agricultural technology
  • Basic features Mesopotamia, Egypt, Indus Valley
  • Shang China and Meso/South America
  • The rise and fall of classical civilizations
    Zhou and
  • Han China, India (South Asia) Gupta Empire,
  • Greece and Rome
  • Major belief systems polytheism, animism,
  • Hinduism Confucianism, Daoism,
  • Buddhism, Christianity

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Building Blocks of Civilization
  • What is a Civilization? (often called advanced
    urban society nowadays)
  • Economic System
  • Political Organization
  • Moral Code (Religion with hierarchy)
  • Written Language (a technological advancement)
    and Intellectual Tradition
  • Division of Labor

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Early Man
  • Beginnings of Humans
  • Hominids 3 to 4 million years on earth
  • Hominids were primates
  • Earliest Hominids called Australopithecine
  • Bipeds
  • Other Types of Early Man
  • Homo Habilis, Homo Erectus, Homo Sapiens

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Stone Age
  • Paleolithic Age (Old Stone Age)
  • Tools were used
  • Simple Huts
  • Fire
  • Hunter Gatherer Societies
  • Family or Clan Groupings
  • Political Organizations Begin
  • Art and Music also practiced
  • Agricultural Revolution Neolithic Revolution
  • Occurred around end of Great Ice Age
  • Rapid Population Growth
  • Need for Change of Food Supply, more standard
  • New Skills Needed
  • Pastoralism and Agriculture
  • Begins with Domestication of Plants and Animals

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Results of Agricultural Revolution
  • Many Diversified Crops developed
  • Development of Communities and Villages
  • Not Based on family ties
  • Lead to formation of Cities
  • Early Religions form around Harvest and Planting
    Seasons sky religions
  • Specialization of Labor
  • Improved Tools
  • Development of Social Classes

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River Valley Civilizations
  • Mesopotamia
  • Tigris and Euphrates River Valley
  • Fertile Crescent floods were unpredictable
  • Written Language Cuneiform
  • Epic of Gilgamesh
  • Hammurabis Code
  • Egypt
  • Nile River valley Upper and Lower Egypt
  • Inundation regular flooding Schedule
  • Monarchy Pharaoh and Small class of Priests
  • Duality Complex Religion, Mummification
  • Many great Inventions and Advances

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River Valley Civilizations
  • Indus Valley
  • Indus and Ganges Rivers
  • Reason for decline not known may be soil
    exhaustion
  • Highly unified and organized government
  • Artistic
  • China
  • Yellow River valley
  • Shang China first dynasty
  • Monarchy
  • Bronze work, silk making, pottery, jade
  • Zhou Dynasty Many Advancements
  • Mandate of heaven

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Middle East Civilizations
  • Persians
  • Created one of the largest empires on world
    history from Turkey to Lybia
  • Cyrus the Great was first king, Darius the Great
  • Advanced Postal System (spies), Roads, Single
    Currency, and Decentralized Government
  • Zoroastrianism Primary Religion
  • Fell to Alexander the Great
  • Phoenicians
  • Syria and Lebanon
  • Advanced Export Economy
  • Skilled Traders
  • Established Carthage
  • First Alphabet

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Ancient Greece
  • Aegean, Minoan, Mycenaean Civilizations
  • Trading Societies
  • Conquest (Trojan war)
  • Joined into single Culture called Hellenes or
    Greeks
  • Greek City States Polis
  • Athens, Sparta
  • Athens educated, great thinkers
  • Sparta Warlike, Soldiers, Military Strength
  • Beginnings of Democracy
  • Began in Athens
  • Pericles
  • Not full enfranchisement
  • Most representative Government in Ancient World

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Ancient Greece
  • Peloponnesian War
  • Conflict between Athens and Sparta
  • Left Greece Weak
  • Open to conquest from Persians and then
    Macedonian Alexander the Great
  • Alexander the Great
  • Great Conqueror, took over Asia, Persian Empire,
    territory to borderlands of India
  • Spread Greek Culture throughout Eurasia
  • Hellenic Culture
  • Science was important, Geometry, physics,
    mathematics and astronomy
  • Poetry (Homer), Drama(Sophocles, Aeschyles,
    Euripedes) Philosophy, (Socrates, Plato)

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Ancient Rome
  • Roman Republic
  • Tensions between Plebeians (lower class) and
    Patrician (upper class)
  • Beginning of Roman expansion
  • Punic Wars
  • Three Campaigns against Carthage (for control of
  • Mediterranean Sea
  • Rome was Victorious
  • Began expanding to the East (Greece, Balkans)
  • Collapse of Roman Republic
  • Too Much expansion
  • Caused Social Problems, Civil wars, disease
  • Solidification of Leadership under single hand
  • Roman empire
  • Julius Caesar, Octavian (Caesar Agustus)

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Han Dynasty
  • Strongest and longest dynasty
  • --Confucianist
  • Expansionist Empire
  • Postal system
  • Roads
  • Defensive fortifications
  • Weak Leadership caused collapse
  • Corruption and leadership issues

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  • Similarities between the Fall of Rome and the
    Fall of the Han Dynasty
  • Nomadic Invaders
  • Economic Stagnation and Contraction
  • Disease
  • Growing decentralization of the government
  • Loss of faith in the society

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India
  • Aryans
  • Nomadic Group invaded India
  • Earliest Europeans
  • Conquered the Dravidians (Dark Skinned Indians)
  • Established Warrior Aristocracy
  • Established Sanskrit
  • Vedic and Early Hindu faith
  • Caste System
  • Priests (Brahmins)
  • Warriors and Political Rulers (Kshatruyas)
  • Commoners
  • Servants and Peasants
  • The Untouchables
  • Born into Caste Cannot be changed

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India Continued
  • Mauryan empire
  • Ashoka famous Emperor
  • Converted to Buddhism
  • Collapsed from outside attacks
  • Gupta Empire
  • Religious toleration
  • Muslim invaders

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  • Religious Traditions
  • Animismthe belief that all things in the
  • world are infused with spirit. Certain
    spirits
  • must remain pleased in order to create
  • order in the universe.

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Religions
  • Judaism
  • Hebrews
  • Monotheistic (cultural hearth in Palestine)
  • YAWEH
  • Covenant--
  • Islama salvation tradition
  • Founded by Muhammad (cultural hearth in Arabia)
  • Five Pillars
  • Allah

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Religions Continued
  • Christianitya salvation tradition
  • Messiah Jesus (cultural hearlth in Palestine
    during the Roman Empire)
  • Evangelical
  • Hinduism (cultural hearth in South Asia)
  • Bramin, Multiple Gods, Darma, Karma,
    Reincarnation, Caste System
  • Buddhisma salvation tradition
  • 4 Noble truths (cultural hearth in South Asia)
  • 8 fold path
  • Daoism (Taoism) (cultural hearth in East Asia)
  • The Way
  • Harmony with Nature

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Consider the shared traits of River Valley
Civ.s Consider the shared traits of Classical
Empires Why did Civ.s fail? Trade? Technology?
Patriarchy? Religious Traditions? Environmen
tal concerns
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