HISTORY - IBEMWH Reading Guide 1 Weatherford Ch Intro-3\u2014The Blood Clot The Three Rivers War of the Khans Name Neerav Period Focal Point(To be able to

HISTORY - IBEMWH Reading Guide 1 Weatherford Ch...

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IBEMWHReading Guide 1Weatherford Ch. Intro-3—The Blood Clot, The Three Rivers, War of the KhansName: NeeravPeriod:Focal Point(To be able to understand this question and begin to answer it is your goal. You do not include an answer now, but instead let this question organize your thoughts)What motives and characteristics in leadership did Genghis Khan take from his early years?Things to Note(Special points of writing and historiography)You can go crazy trying to keep up with all of the tribes and clans on the steppes at this time. More important are the lessons, those changesand continuitiesin personality that young Temujin will take with him. With that in mind, be looking for phrases that indicate that something is an ideal we will see each other again. As for the names…do learn to say them. Take a few minutes to work them out. Write down important tribes, clans, and figures. Terminology(This is a list of specific terms including people, places, ideas, policies, and eventsthat you really should know. We will generally go over them in class, but feel free to look them up to help you in your reading. You do not, however, have to write anything here)Places:BukharaSamarkandKhentiiOnon RiverAltai Mts.Kherlen RiverTuul RiverGobi DesertBurkhan KhaldunCathayLake BaikalTsenkher RiverPeople:Ata Malik Juvaini
HoelunYesugeiBorteBelguteiOng KhanBetterJamukaFat KhanSochigelJochiKasharTeb TangeriClans/TribesMerkidKereyidNaimanJurchedTayichiudTartarsJerkinUighurKhaitanHunBorjiginCultural:Eternal Blue SkyGerSpirit BannerAndasKhasarSecret HistoryKhuriltaiOrduAirakTumenKhuriltaiOrduBallajura Covenant
People of the Felt WallsYeke Mongol UlusOther Vocabulary(This includes other general terms that you may or may not be familiar with.Look over the list before you read, look up anything you may not know.)JuggernautCangueClanSteppeTribeQuestions(This is what you are mainly responsible for. These questions are overarching and require you to read the text as a whole, not skim for key words. Each answer requires justification with specific evidence. Think of them like APWH short answer questions, with the specific thinking skill listed in all caps at the beginning.)1. PERSPECTIVE: From the introduction…What is the thesis of this work? Why is the author writing it and what does he hope to convince you of?

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