Causes of WWI Mini-Q
What Was the
Underlying Cause of
World War I?
London, March 9, 1913.
Overview: In the summer of 1914 Europe went to war with itself. It was a war that many expected to
be short. Infact, it lasted more than four lo
Week 13 CCA Review
KF Chemistry Fall
Define the following:
Ionic bond: The force of attraction binding oppositely charged ions together.
Octet rule: Atoms react so as to acquire the stable electron structure of a noble gas.
Unit 4 Review
1. Who was Zheng He? was a Hui Chinese mariner, explorer, diplomat, and fleet admiral during
China's early Ming dynasty.
2. What was his impact on Chinese exploration? It expanded Chinese trade
3. What happens to Chinas exploration goals? Th
Post Classical Study Guide
1. How did long distance trade shape the post-classical world? It linked people together
2. How did innovations in transportation lead to cultural diffusion? Caused many cultures to
facilitate their labor
3. Describe how Christi
Post Classical Test Review
1. What influenced the Menggu to exempt people from taxes and labor service during times of bad
harvests? Confucian ideals of thinking
2. During which dynasty did Menggu serve as an official? Yuan dynasty
3. How was Russia affec
Samurai & Knights Mini-Q
Samurai and Knights:
Were the Similarities Greater
Than the Differences?
Overview: More than a thousand years ago, a class of professional warriors arose, who swore oaths
of loyalty to noble lords and fought to the death to defend
Ancient Persia was
predominantly an agricultural
economy. As their empire
expanded, the Persians
increased trade networks with
the people they had subjugated
Project: The Rise of the City
Objective: Individual students, pairs or groups of three students will demonstrate knowledge and
understanding of the themes of World History as they apply to the city as a distinct political entity
and its growth due to trad
kublai Khan was Genghis Khan's grandson who conquered China, established the Yuan dynasty (12791368AD) and gained fame in Europe due to the writings of Marco Polo. He was claimed "Great Khan" in
the North in 1260 after defeating his younger brother, Arigh
Advance tech- metal working
Economics- it was important because it gave them jobs and having a job gives money so he can support
Political modern theocracy
Created a heredity monarchy
Interact- they were limited on res
cultures ardently sought Chinese silk for its comfort and its value as a fashion statement. The
for silk, as well as for cotton textiles from India, was so great in the Roman Empire that various
writers were appalled at the drai
The reemergence of a unified china
Together again: The reemergence of a unified china
China and the northern nomads
A tribute system in theory
A Chinese world order forming
A tribute system in practice
Cultural influences on a ecological system
Comparative religions chart
Alana Pina & Jesus Ayala
Date Religion Around 1500 late 6th century 1812 BC
In the Seventh
Began can be
Geographical The Indus
AP History Document-Based Question Rubric with Scoring Notes
A. Thesis and
Targeted Skill: Argumentation (E1, E4, and C1)
Presents a thesis that makes a historically defensible claim and
River Civilizations Content Frame Blackline Master
Location and River(s)
Tigris River and Euphrates
river, it is located in what
today is Iraq.
River Valley Civilization Web Quest Egypt
What makes the achievements of the Egyptians possible?
The Nile river made the achievements possible.
2. When do historians believe Egyptians started living along the Nile?
World History AP
1. How was Greece politically different from most other classical
societies, such as Persia?
2. Why might empires be the exception, rather than the rule in
3. How did the Persians typicall