AP World History Review
Important People, Places, &
AP WORLD HISTORY
AP Test-Taking Tips
Days before the test
Review content material and the guidelines for essay writing
50% of the test is multiple-choice
50% of the test is 3 essay questions
Remember the $100,000 pyramid? Well, this is pretty much the same thing. On the
main pyramid slides, all you do is click on the category boxes and enter a category.
Then, go to the appropriate slides to enter your clues. Finally, play the
Cards Against World History
To start the game, each player draws 10 white cards.
One randomly chosen player begins as the card czar and plays a black card. The card czar reads the
question or fill-in-the-blank phrase on the black card out loud.
A game of quick thinking and geographical knowledge!
The following activity is broken down into the time periods of
APWH. Each period has a group of important concepts with it.
Be careful though as some concepts are
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ALL PROJECTS DUE:
FRIDAY, JUNE 3RD
Step 1: Complete the following chronology of Disney movies by naming each one.
Step 2: Choose a Disney movie from the chronology list (MUST be approved by me first!) to analyze from
a historical perspective. You mu
Motion Picture Analysis Project (Test Grade)
The goal is for you to understand how films can contribute to our historical knowledge and also how they
can detract from it.
1. Select from the current list a film to vie
Historical Figures: _
Bill & Ted Project
As in the movie, Bill & Teds Excellent adventure, you and a partner are assigned to complete a project in
which you explain how four historical figures view the world of Rosenberg, Texas in 201
Source Name- _
H = Historical Context I = intended Audience P = Point of View
P = Purpose O = Organization
_ created this source in _ .
H.I.P.P.O. Source Analysis
A. What claims does the author make that relate to the prompt?
B. What langu
India and the Indian Ocean Basin
Gupta and Mauryans were only ones able to create centralized government
throughout entire India
After Gupta's fall India remained a politically divided land
Northern and Southern India went separate ways
The Resurgence of Empire in East Asia
Following Han Dynasty, many regional kingdoms tried to assert authority over China
but not possessed resources to dominate long term
Late 6th century, leaders were able to bring China under centralized impe
The Expansive Realm of Islam
Islam rose in Arabian Peninsula
Nomadic people known as Bedouins migrated through desert
Bedouins organized in family and clan groups
People developed strong sense of loyalty to clan
Prophet Muhammad and Beginnings
The Two Worlds of Christendom
Eastern half of Roman Empire suffered from invasions by Germanic people but did
Political challenge for rulers was to restore order after invasions
Byzantine rulers tried to reestablish Roman authority
Advanced Placement World History
Berlet Spring Semester
Memorial High School
Unit 5 - Comparative Revolutions Research Paper
The work up to this point has been hard, but now it is time for the fun part of this class! For this unit you will
Questions: Women and Industrialization
1. As industrialization spread to other areas of the world in the 19 th and 20th centuries, how did the
treatment of workers compare to what you have learned about the treatment of workers at the
Unit 4 Voices from the Slave Trade: Document Analysis Questions
Directions: Beginning on page 700 of your textbook read the following accounts of the Trans-Atlantic
Slave Trade. Using documents 15.1-15.3 answer the following q
Change and Continuity Over Time Charts (CCOT)
Student Directions: Keep these directions for they will remain consistent over the year.
1. Over the year we will complete 5 sets of CCOT Charts as a way to see the changes and continuities of
Tang & Song
A 1 For $100
It was a major development in Chinese
Age of Faith
Anatole G. Mazour. World History: People and Nations, HBJ. 1987
The Church Had Many Roles in the Middle Ages
Central governments in medieval Europe were weak or did not exist at all. Therefore, the church
performed many of the responsibilitie
Age of Faith Outline Notes and Paragraph Prompt
1. Why did the church perform many of the responsibilities of modern governments during the
Age of Faith?
2. What were the duties of a parish priest? _
3. What were the 7 sacraments? _
4. What area did
Eurasian Cultural Traditions:
Religion and Philosophy a comparative model
A Mini-Project & Presentation
Each student will be assigned a topic that is generally addressed in Chapter 4 of the textbook.
Students will work with a partner or in g
The Hindu Caste System
Johnson, Oliver, A. Sources of World Civilization Volume I to 1500. University of California. Prentice Hall. 2000.
The differences between systems of social classes; which are necessary components of all complex
societies, and a cas
The Hindu Caste System Discussion Preparation
In what ways is the Caste system different from other social class systems?
The Laws governing the Castes are attributed to Manu, who was supposed to be
Basic four castes:
What is second born and w