Chapter 7 Outline
Key Issue #1: Where Are Ethnicities Distributed?
A. Distribution of Ethnicities in the United States
1. Clusterings of Ethnicities
-Regional Concentrations of Ethnicities (221): In the U.S. African Americans
live in the Southeast, Hispan
Chapter 5 Outline
Key Issue #1: Where Are English-Language Speakers Distributed?
A: Origin and Diffusion of English
1.English Colonies (147)- English is widely spoken due to the migration of
English speakers. It spread to North America in the 17th century
Chapter 11 Outline
Key issue #1:Where Is Industry Distributed?
1.Western Europe (367)
-United Kingdom dominated in 19th century and was the origin of the
Industrial Revolution due to a large amount of engineers and raw materials.
Chapter 10 Outline
Key Issue #1: Where Did Agriculture Originate?
A. Origins of Agriculture
1.Hunters and Gatherers (329)- People used to move from place to place in
search of a food supply and would leave once they had taken all the land could
Chapter 4 Outline
Key Issue #1: Where Do Folk and Popular Culture Diffuse?
A. Origin of Folk and Popular Culture
1. Origin of Folk Music (Page 115)- Music was invented in 2697 B.C. , and Folk
songs are transmitted orally and depict daily activities.
Chapter 9 Outline
Key Issue #1: Why Does Development Vary Among Countries?
A. Economic Indicators of Development
1. Gross Domestic Product Per Capita (293-294): It is the output of goods and
services divided by its population. MDCs have considerably highe
Chapter 8 Outline
Key Issue #1: Where Are States Located?
A. Problems of Defining States
1. Korea: One State or Two? (257)- Korea was divided in two after the Soviet
Union defeated Japan. The separation became permanent when the two areas
Chapter 6 Outline
Key Issue #1: Where Are Religions Distributed?
A. Universalizing Religions
1. Christianity (183)- It has over 2 billion adherents and is mostly widely recognized.
-Branches of Christianity (183): The three main branches are Roman Catholi
Chapter 1 Outline
1. Early Mapmaking- Around 2300 B.C. , the oldest surviving map was created
by the Babylonians. In the years to come, the creation of maps became more
advanced and catered to their purposes (trade or navigation). Hecateus
Chapter 3 Outline
Key Issue 1: Why Do People Migrate?
A. Reasons for Migrating
1. Economic Push and Pull Factors- People often emigrate from places with a
few job opportunities to somewhere that has plenty of jobs. A place with a rapidly
Chapter 2 Outline
Key Issue 1: Where Is the Worlds Population Distributed
A. Population Concentrations
1. East Asia- One fifth of the worlds population live in East Asia (Region near
Pacific Ocean, eastern China, islands of Japan, and Taiwan).Five sixths
The Rise of Communism
In 1848, the Communist Manifesto was published, and a new era had begun. Its
authors were Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels who met it the mid-nineteenth century.
They came to find that they held many similar beliefs and allowed them to
In the late 19th century, the United States placed great emphasis on the expansion of trade into
far off places as a mode of increasing trade. The pursuit of such a venture lead to the construction of
expansive railroads throughout the country. It opened
The golden age of
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The rise an the fall of the
house of wisdom
The house of wisdom was founded
in the 8th century of Baghdad by
Caliph al-Rashid of the Abbasid
The Abbasids had come to power
Possible Topics DBA-World History
1. The extent of the Byzantine territory at the height of its power
2. significant people and beliefs associated with Islam
3. the major beliefs and principles of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
4. causes, effects, and e
01.07 Collapse of an Empire: Note Guide
Take notes using the guide as you complete the lesson and activities.
What I Learned
How did Justinian I contribute to the decline
of the Byzantine Empire?
What challenges did the Byzantine Empire
Me: Why is the Holy Land an important site for your faith?
Moses: beacuase the lands holds history of our god
Jesus: the lands hold memories and faith for us to hold on till our time
Muhammad: the lands hold many favors ma
Lesson 1.00 Welcome to Biology
Lesson 1.00 goes through how the course works, how to navigate, use the tools within the
course, the types of assignments you might see, etc. Please read the lesson and complete the
self-check at the end.
How can Biology be
Collaboration Assessment Guide
Please complete this guide and submit it to Collaboration Assessment Guide.
Complete part 1 at the beginning of the activity. Complete parts 2 through 4 once
the activity is complete.
Part 1: Pre-Collaboration Planning
the golden age of islam
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Islamic Arts was a floral an vine designs an pottery, textiles, paper manuscripts, and even
buildings. Geometric designs were very important as well. Wood was used to decorate an
was a sigh o
Module 2: Lifes Origin Guided Notes
Lesson 2.00 Lifes Origin Checklist
This lesson shows the checklist for your module and reminds you to take the pretest. The pretest will
assess what you know already and could possibly even excuse you from some of your
School of Athens by Raphael
Borgo Angelico, 4B, 00193 Roma, Italy
The School of Athens is a depiction of
philosophy. The scene takes place in
classical times, as both the architecture and
the garments indicate. Figures representing
each subject t
The work contains all of the required elements:
identification of artworks and creators researched
images of artworks
associated historical events, movements, or time periods
connection between the artwork and the historical event or movement
World History Honors
23 March 2016
Effects of Imperialism in India
Great Britain, by the end of the 19th century, became one of the largest and most
powerful empires in human history. Although its reach stretched across many cont
World History Honors - E Block
13 February 2016
Why the Industrial Revolution Began in England
The Industrial Revolution was an era in which immense change occurred throughout the
Western world. It saw rural countrysides, once us
World History Honors - E Block
28 February 2016
Economic, Political, and Social Causes of New Imperialism
During the half-century between 1870 and 1920, European imperialism began to increase
significantly. As nations became more
World History Honors
21 January 2016
Different Perspectives on American History
At its foundation, history is the study of one event after another. This is simple in theory,
but it is unlikely to find any primary sources that tel
World History Honors - E period
13 December 2015
When thinking about great civilizations on the history of the world, the first that come to
mind generally include The Romans, the Mongols, even sometimes the Aztecs and Mayans.
World History Honors
21 February 2016
Nationalism in the 19th Century
The 19th century saw an increased sense of nationalism, specifically in Europeans. A
belief that a group of people who share similar characteristics - such as
World History Honors - E Period
23 April 2016
Causes of WWII
Beginning in the 1930s, clouds of war began to form over Europe in the aftermath of
WWI. The cause of this can be linked to many of the actions that were taken by the l