Chapter 19 Discussion Questions
1. What is the most significant development during the agricultural revolution? Be
prepared to defend your answer.
The guild system was the most significant development because they encouraged
high-quality production and to
In-Class DBQ Preparation
Resurgence of Greek and Roman documents in the Renaissance encouraged intellectual
advancements in Europe
Absolute rulers wanted to modernize and be the most current nation to have influence
and power within Europe, so
Some Key Legislation in American History
Describe the historical background leading to legislation?
State the key elements of the legislation?
Assess the impact of the legislation on American history?
Alien & Sedition Act
- FEDERALISTS GOT COCKY
Michael Lau and Jacob Herring
Richard Milhous Nixon
Ran against JFK in the 1960 presidential election.
Maintained the United States involvement in
Vietnam until he removed all ground troops.
Reduced tensions between the United States and
U.S. History II Block B
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The United States Return To Isolationism
Amidst the European turmoil of World War I, in 1917, the United States abandoned its
isolationist foreign policies and entered the war in order t
U.S. History II Block B
28 December 2016
Conscientious Objectors in World War II DBQ
Following Japans attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II, a majority of Americans
became supportive of the war effort to defeat the Axis P
U.S. History I Block C
1 April 2016
The Impact of the Railroad on the American Economy
Over the course of the nineteenth century, the invention of the railroad caused the United
States to undergo massive expansion. It helped t
AP Euro Cumulative Study Guid
1. The European kingdom that took the lead in overseas exploration was
b. The Netherlands.
2. At the end of the seventeenth century, the financial capital of the European
What Is Enlightenment?
Enlightenment is man's emergence from his self-imposed nonage. Nonage is the inability to use
one's own understanding without another's guidance. This nonage is self-imposed if its cause lies
not in lack of understandi
Emily Simone, Alton Grossman, Chris Friedlander, Abby Tumulty, Hannah Probst
DBQ Advanced Analysis
This is a portrait which a chief suffering from smallpox due to the spread of disease by
conquistadors like Hernando Cortes. While this docum
AP European History (C)
October 6, 2016
Protestant Reformation Paper
When examining whether or not the Protestant Reformation was a historical event based
primarily on religious discrepancies and not political or economic
Louis XIV DBQ Preparation
Thesis: Louis XIV, the self proclaimed Sun King, substantiated his resolve to achieve
one king, one law, one faith by establishing complete control of his kingdom,
reforming the ancient customs of France, and enacting anti-Prote
AP European History
September 9, 2016
AP European History Summer Current Events
Intellectual and Cultural History
Article A: Burkini/Muslim Religious Garb
Part I: As Napoleon Bonaparte once said, History is the version of past events that
people have decided to agree upon
Is this true? Historians also designate historical nicknames for rulers. Discuss and list
evidence for the following: Are the nicknames d
AP European History/ Block C
12 September, 2016
Renaissance Men and the Future of Political Preeminence
Leonardo Bruni wrote the Panegyric to Florence as a work of praise and glorification for
the towns citizens and their
Interview: Absolute Rulers
Use the questions as only a guideline and create questions specific to the resume.
You are not limited to these questions and should create your own based on the
resume and interview.
Describe a situation in whi
Thesis: The 1525 Peasant Revolt was the outcome of the series of economic grievances, social
corruption, and religious influences, which ultimately shaped the peasants reasoning for
Martin Luther's Ninety-Five Theses (Political)
The Pope does not have the power to designate penalties besides those imposed by his own authority
The Pope does not have the power to ease guilt and reconcile people's sins
Indulgences do not free a man
LothariodeiSegni(Pope Innocent III) On the Misery of the Human
Segni(c. 1160-1216) was a late twelfth-century Italian canon lawyer and elected pope in 1198.
For sure man was formed out of earth, conceived in guilt, born to punishment. W
The Crisis of the Late Middle Ages
Greece was known for democracy, math, and war
The Roman Empire was known for architecture, war, and engineering
By 480 the Roman Empire is no longer an entity
During the late Middle
The Continental System
1. What is the goal of the Continental System and was it accomplished? Explain.
2. What were the repercussions for France?
3. How did Napoleon retaliate on Russia for failure to implement the system?
4. Can embargos or sanctions wor
Answer the question!
The Long Essay Question Tips (LEQ)
The Four Big Models: Know your task and plan accordingly
#1: Historical Causation (Cause or Effect): (Note: You might ONLY be asked to write on either cause or
effects, not both)
What is the Context:
1. Think about the context in which the document was generated- what was happening? Think broadly. At
the time the article was written, the 2016 Olympics had just occurred, police brutality was at an all-time
high, and 49ers quarterb