5:00 B.C.E.500 c.E.
- To point out the enormous inuence on world
history of the religious and cultural traditions
developed in the classical world '
- To examine the reasons behind the
development of these re
Commerce and Culture
' To consider the signicance of trade in human
history I _ i ' '
- To explore the interconnections created by
long-distance trade in the period'of third-wave
:250-0 B.C.E.500 C.E.
" OBJECTIVES -
t - To explore social structures in classical Eurasia
- To consider what made social structures '
different in different civilizations
- To explore the nature of clas
Classical Era Variations:
Africa and the Americas
500 B.C.E.1200 C.E.
- To make students aware of classical
civilizations that evolved outside of the more well-
known civilizations of Eurasia
- To e
- To explore the role of China as superpower
among the third-wave civilizations
- To examine Chinas deep influence on East Asia
'5- To consider the ways in which interaction with
7_ other peoples had an impact on China
- To encourage students t
The Worlds of Christendom:
To examine European society after the breakup
of the Roman Empire
To compare the diverse legacies of Rome in
Western Europe and the Byzantine
16. Causes for the cultural distance in Russia and Western Europe.
When the mongols came in and started to conqueror parts of Europe, Batu and his Golden
Horde took over Russia and isolated it from the the rest of Western Europe. This enabled
Russia to fo
Big Era Three
Farming and the Emergence
of Complex Societies
10,000 1,000 BCE.
Join us for
the world tour!
I know what youre
Farming and complex
Where did they come
we were still
Robert W. Strayer
Ways of the World: A Brief Global History
Ways of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources
Part Two: The Classical Era in World History, 500 B.C.E. - 500 C.E. (Original: pp. 87-93; With
Sources: pp. 133-139)
Cracking the AP World
History Exam Questions
THE AP WORLD HISTORY EXAM
Structure of the Test
The AP World History Exam is divided into two
multiple choice and free-response essays.
Section I of the test is comprised of 70 multiplechoice quest
Chapter 1 and 2 Exam
Answer the multiple choice portion on a ZIPGRADE bubble sheet located on the front table.
Answer the Short Answer and Essay portions on a google doc and send it to me via our website.
www.jtowncarroll.com under the WHAP tab using the
"The Open Window" Comprehension Questions:
1. The niece uses Nuttels lack of knowledge about his new environment to
establish his trust in her.
get him lost in the bog.
set her trap.
make him feel comfortable.
2. The niece stares in dazed ho
Step OneRead the Chapter and Take Notes As You Go
This outline reflects the major headings and subheadings in this chapter of your textbook. Use it to take
notes as you read each section of the chapter. In your notes, try to restate the main idea of each
Chapter 4 Practice Test
Identizthe choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
. Persian political'organization included which of the following features?
A) An emperor who was little more than a gur
African American political participation restricted by southern states
prohibited from serving juries
denied the right to vote
White and Blacks cant attend same school
had separate sect