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2007 Ccot Ap World Essay Indian

File Downloads & Print-outs for AP World History

 

 

Course Syllabus (pdf)

Letter to Parents

Student-Parent-Teacher Contract

Movie Permission Form 

 

 

Chapters 1-3

Terms - Chapters 1-3

 

Chapter 1 - PowerPoint Guided Notes: The Rise of Civilization (pdf)

Chapter 1 - The Worst Mistake in the History of the Human Race, by Jared Diamond (pdf) 

Chapter 1 - Code of Hammurabi & Bringing Order to an Uncertain World: Questions for Analysis

 

Chapter 2 - PowerPoint Guided Notes: Classical China

 

Chapter 3 - PowerPoint Guided Notes: Classical India 

Chapter 3 - Grading Classical India Activity

 

Rubric: Compare & Contrast Essays

CC Essay Prompt, Chart, & Thesis Statements - Fall 2015 

Sample Comparison Essay - China & India 

Sample Comparison Essay - Annotated (pdf) 

 

Review Guide for Chapters 1-3 Multiple Choice Exam

Review Questions - Chapters 1-3 and the Answers!

Review Multiple Choice Questions - Chapters 1, 2, & 3 (pdf)

 

 

Chapters 4-5

 

Terms - Chapters 4-5

 

Chapter 4 - Classical Greece - PowerPoint Guided Notes

Chapter 4 - Animated Map of the Roman Empire's Rise & Fall (link)

Chapter 4 - Pont du Gard Roman Aqueduct (jpg) 

Chapter 4 - Roman Roads & Defensive Walls (png) or link to webpage 

Chapter 4 - Map of Afroeurasian Trade Networks: Great Silk Road, Indian Ocean, & Mediterranean (jpg) or link to webpage

 

 

The 3 Little Pigs & POV Analysis Chart 

 

Classical Era Review: China, India, & the Mediterranean

 

Rubric: DBQs

Explanation of DBQ POV Analysis & Additional Document Proposals (pdf) 

*Sample DBQ Essay - Annotated May Exam DBQ 2010 (pdf) 

 

DBQ: Expectations of Roman Women & pdf version

*Sample DBQ Essay: Expectations of Roman Women 

DBQ: Relationships between Romans & Barbarians 

 

Review Guide for Chapters 4 & 5 Multiple Choice Exam 

Review Questions w/Answers - Chapters 4 & 5

Review Multiple Choice Questions w/Answers - Chapters 4 & 5

 

 

 

Chapters 6-8

 

Terms - Chapters 6-8

 

Chapter 6 - Islam - PowerPoint Guided Notes

Chapter 6 - Panorama View of the Kaaba (weblink)

Chapter 6 - Panorama View of the Umayyad Mosque in Damascus, Syria (weblink) 

Chapter 6 - Primary Source Reading - The Quran (pdf)

Chapter 6 - The Umayyads - PowerPoint Guided Notes

 

Chapter 7 - The Abbasids - PointPoint Guided Notes

Chapter 7 - Map of Post-Classical Afro-Eurasian Trade Networks 

Chapter 7 - The Crusades: An Overview (pdf)

Chapter 7 - Effects of the Crusades - Primary & Secondary Source Readings (pdf) 

Chapter 7 - Diffusion of Islam to South & Southeast Asia - Chart

 

Rubric: Changes and Continuities Over Time Essays

 

CCOT - Annotated Sample Essay (pdf) 

 

Sample CCOT Essay - Diffusion of Islam to South Asia

 

Review Guide for Chapters 6, 7, & 8 Multiple Choice Exam

Review Multiple Choice Questions w/Answers - Chapters 6-8  

 

 

Chapters 9, 10, & 15

 

Terms - Chapters 9, 10, & 15

 

Chapter 9 - The Byzantines - PowerPoint Guided Notes 

Chapter 9 - Panorama View of the Hagia Sophia (weblink)

Chapter 9: Byzantine Empire - Questions 

Chapter 9 - Post-Classical Russia - PowerPoint Guided Notes

Chapter 9 - POV Analysis Practice

 

Chapter 10 - Medieval Figures - Comic Bubbles 

Chapter 10 - Reading Questions & pdf version

 

Chapter 15 - A Shifting Global Balance - PowerPoint Guided Notes

Chapter 15 - c1200-c1500: Major Global Developments - Chart

Chapter 15 - "The Emperor's Giraffe" - Secondary Source Reading (pdf)

Chapter 15 - Zheng He's Ming Expeditions - Image Packet (pdf) 

 

DBQ - Relations Between Muslims and non-Muslims (pdf) 

 

Tutorial Review: POV Analysis - Explanation & Practice Documents 

 

Review Multiple Choice & Short Answer Questions - Ch 9, 10, 15 (pdf) 

Review Guide for Multiple Choice Exam - Chapters 9, 10, & 15 

 

 

Chapters 12 & 13

 

Terms - Chapters 12 & 13

 

Chapter 12 - PowerPoint Guided Notes - Post-Classical China: Sui, Tang, & Song Dynasties

Chapter 12 - Chart: Major Developments in the Tang & Song Dynasties

Chapter 12 - Chinese Dynasties Song

 

Chapter 13: PowerPoint Guided Notes - Post-Classical Japan

Chapter 13 - Comparing Post-Classical Feudal Systems: Western Europe & Japan (pdf) 

Chapter 13 - Japanese Feudal Comics (pdf)

 

Review Multiple Choice Questions w/Answers - Ch 12 & 13 (pdf)

Review Questions w/Answers - Ch12 & 13 (pdf) 

Review Guide for Multiple Choice Exam - Chapters 12 & 13 

 

 

Chapters 11 & 14

 

Terms: Chapters 11 & 14

 

Chapter 11 - PowerPoint Guided Notes: Pre-Columbian Americas 

Chapter 11 - Laws, Ordinances, & Regulations: The Great Speaker, Moctezuma - Primary Source (pdf)

Chapter 11 - Aztec Postcard Directions (pdf) 

Chapter 11 - Aztec Postcards:  Postcard 1 & Postcard 2 

 

Chapter 14 - The Mongol Empire - PowerPoint Guided Notes 

Chapter 14 - Mongol Primary Sources - Question 1 (pdf)

Chapter 14 - Mongol Primary Sources - Question 2 (pdf)

Chapter 14 - Mongol Primary Sources - Question 3 (pdf) 

Chapter 14 - Mongol Impacts on Eurasian Regions - Chart & pdf version

Chapter 14 - The Mongols: Questions for Analysis 

 

Sample Comparison Essay - Annotated (pdf)

Sample Comparison Essay - Not Annotated

 

Review Multiple Choice Questions w/Answers - Ch 11 & 14

Review Guide for Test - Ch 11 & 14

 

 

Chapters 16, 17, 18

 

Terms - Chapters 16-18

 

Textbook Reading for Early Modern Western Europe: 1450 CE - 1750 CE [to replace Chapter 17 in Stearns] 

Chapter 17 - PowerPoint Guided Notes - The European Renaissance

Chapter 17 - PowerPoint Guided Notes - The Protestant Reformation & Catholic Counter-Reformation

Chapter 17 - The Requirimiento & Catholic Conversion in the Americas

Chapter 17 - Spreading Catholicism in the Americas - Reading Packet (pdf)

Chapter 17 - PowerPoint Guided Notes - Absolutism, Mercantilism, Scientific Revolution, & Enlightenment

Chapter 17 - Historical Heads - Absolute Monarch vs Enlightenment Philosopher (pdf) 

Chapter 17 - Enlightenment Philosopher Profiles (pdf) 

 

Chapter 16 - Hemispheres United: Early European Exploration & Colonization - PowerPoint Guided Notes 

Chapter 16 - The Columbian Exchange - Introductory Worksheet

Chapter 16 - Trans-Atlantic Migrations, 1492-c1650 - Readings & Questions for Analysis & pdf version

Chapter 16 - Global Changes & Continuities, 1450-1750 - Chart 

Chapter 16 - Global Changes & Continuities, 1450-1750: Summaries (pdf)

 

Chapter 18 - PowerPoint Guided Notes - Russia in the Early Modern Era

Chapter 18 - Reading Questions, p392-401 (pdf)

Chapter 18 - Answers to Early Modern Russia True/False Review (pdf) 

 

Sample CCOT Essay: "Analyze changes & continuities in long-distance migrations in the period from 1100 to 1400.  Choose from one of the following empires and include specific examples:  The Aztec Empire or The Mongol Empire" (pdf)

 

CCOT Practice for Analysis & World Historical Context

 

Review Multiple Choice Questions w/Answers - Ch 16, 17, 18 (pdf) 

Review Guide for Multiple Choice Exam - Chapters 16, 17, & 18 

 

 

 

 

Chapters 19, 20, 21, 22

 

Terms: Chapters 19-22

 

Chapter 19 - Early Latin America - PowerPoint Guided Notes

Chapter 19 - Early Latin America - Reading Questions

Chapter 19 - Latin American Castas - Create-A-Casta! 

 

Chapter 20 - Atlantic Slave Trade Reading Packet & Questions (pdf) 

Chapter 20 - Atlantic Slave Trade - Map & Analysis Questions

 

Chapter 21 - An Islamic Gunpowder Empire: The Ottomans - PowerPoint Guided Notes 

Chapter 21 - Map Analysis for the Islamic Gunpowder Empires (pdf) 

Chapter 21 - Venice and The Ottoman Empire - Crash Course World History Link & Questions

Chapter 21: Ottoman Empire Primary Source - The Turkish Letters (pdf)

Chapter 21:  The Taj Mahal Panorama (website link #1) & Another Taj Mahal Panorama (website link #2)

 

Background & Summary of the Seven Years' War, 1756-1763 (website link) 

 

Chapter 22 - PowerPoint Guided Notes - Europeans in the Indian Ocean World, 1498-1750

Chapter 22 - Responses to Christianity in East Asia - Primary Sources from Early Modern China & Japan

Chapter 22 - Primary Sources:  "Closed Country Edict of 1635" & "Exclusion of the Portuguese, 1639" (weblink) 

Chapter 22 - Early Modern Japan - RAFT Assignment (pdf)

Chapter 22 - "What the collapse of the Ming Dynasty can tell us about American decline" (article) 

 

 

 

 

Societies at Crossroads, 1750-1900:  Ottomans, Russia, Qing China, Japan

Alternate Chapter Reading: "Societies at Crossroads, 1750-c1914"

Chart for Notes from Reading: Ottoman Empire, Russian Empire, Qing China, Japan [for use with reading from Google Classroom]

"Challenges from an Industrialized West: Ottomans, Russia, China, & Japan": PowerPoint Guided Notes"

How did the Ottoman Empire Deal with Problems? - Chart

Primary Source: The Young Turks' "Proclamation for the Ottoman Empire", 1908 (pdf)

Comparing Developments in the USA vs. Russia, c1800-1905 

Judging Russia in the Era of Western Hegemony, 1750-1905

Primary Source Packet: Qing China Confronts Crisis, 1800s-1912 & pdf version 

Autopsy of an Empire: Qing China + Example of Autopsy (Western Roman Empire) (pdf)

Sample May Exam Multiple Choice Question - Meiji Japan (pdf)

  

Review: Comparing Responses to Western Influence & Intervention, 1750-1914 (pdf) + Answers (pdf)

 

Sample Prompt:  Compare the reactions to Western (including the United States) influence in 2 of the following areas between 1750 and 1900:  Egypt, Latin America, Japan, Ottoman Empire, Qing China, Russia  

Multiple Choice Test - Chapters 25, 26, & 27 - Topics for Review  

Test Review Questions for Chapters 25, 26, & 27 (pdf) and Answers (pdf)

 

Review Multiple Choice Questions for Chapter 25 (pdf)

Review Multiple Choice Questions for Chapter 26 (pdf)

Review Multiple Choice Questions for Chapter 27 (pdf)

 

 

 

Chapters 28, 29, & 30

 

Terms: Chapters 28, 29, & 30

 

Chapter 28 - World War I - Reading Questions for p644-654 (pdf)

Chapter 28 - World War I - PowerPoint Guided Notes

Chapter 28 - Four Schools of Thought: Causes of World War I (pdf) 

Chapter 28 - World War I Statistics & Questions for Analysis and pdf format

Chapter 28 - A Global Guide to the First World War - Interactive Documentary (weblink)

Chapter 28 - World War I - Effects of World War I - Blank Chart (pdf)

Chapter 28 - Post-World War I Art Examples (pdf) 

Chapter 28 - Paris Peace Conference, 1919: Reading & Questions and pdf format

Chapter 28 - Indian Nationalism & Nation-Building - PowerPoint Guided Notes

Chapter 28 - Gandhi's Satyagraha - Primary Source Analysis

Chapter 28 - The Middle East & World War I - PowerPoint Guided Notes

Chapter 28 - World War I's Effects on the Middle East - Secondary Source Reading 

Chapter 28 - Creating a Nationalist Speech for Self-Determination - Activity Directions (pdf)

 

**World War I Effects - Summaries**

 

Chapter 29 - The Interwar Years, 1919-1939 - PowerPoint Guided Notes

Chapter 29 - 20th Century Revolutions - Mexican, Russian, & Chinese - Blank Analysis Chart

Chapter 29 - Russian Revolution - Outline

Chapter 29 - Chinese Revolution - Outline 

Chapter 29 - Comparing Early 20th Century Revolutions

Chapter 29 - Global Responses to the Great Depression - Visual Representation Activity

Chapter 29 - Global Responses to the Great Depression - Secondary Source Reading

Chapter 29 - Totalitarian Dictators Analysis Diagram Directions (pdf) 

Chapter 29 - Profiles of Totalitarian Dictators: Mussolini, Hitler, & Tojo

 

Chapter 30 - World War II - Questions for Review

Chapter 30 - Attacks on Civilians - Secondary Source Reading (pdf)

Chapter 30 - World War II - The Firebombing of Dresden, 1945 - Primary Source Reading

Chapter 30 - The Atlantic Charter - Primary Source Reading & Questions and pdf 

Chapter 30 - The Cold War Begins - PowerPoint Guided Notes  

 

Sample 2007 CCOT Student Essays (pdf)

Sample 2007 CCOT Student Essays - Annotated (pdf) 

 

"Theses or Feces?":  Which CCOT thesis attempt would receive credit?

 

Multiple Choice Test - Chapters 28, 29, & 30 - Topics for Review

 

Review Multiple Choice Questions for Chapter 28 (pdf)

Review Multiple Choice Questions for Chapter 29 (pdf)

Review Multiple Choice Questions for Chapter 30 (pdf) 

 

 

 

Chapters 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, & 36

 

Terms: Chapters 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, & 36

 

Chapter 31- Western Society & Eastern Europe During the Decades of the Cold War - Reading Questions

Chapter 31 - Living Through Soviet Industrialization - Primary Source Readings 

Chapter 31 - Examples of Social Realist Art from the Soviet Union, 1930s-1980s (pdf)

Chapter 31 - The Cold War Era, 1945-1990 - Questions for Discussion

 

Chapter 32 - Modern Latin America - PowerPoint Guided Notes 

Chapter 32 - Reading Questions for Chapter 32

Chapter 32 - Recipes for Modern Latin American Nations

 

Chapter 33 - Africa & Asia in the Era of Independence - PowerPoint Guided Notes 

Chapter 33 - Reading Questions for Chapter 33

Chapter 33 - Map - African Decolonization

Chapter 33 - Map - Major Commodity of Every Modern Nation 

Chapter 33 - Image - Shantytown in Kibera - A parasitic city of Nairobi, Kenya

Chapter 33 - Reading for the Main Idea: "Africa Betrayed" & "Africa in Chaos"

Chapter 33 - Iranian Revolution - PowerPoint Guided Notes

Chapter 33 - Iranian Revolution - Primary Source: "The Revolution that Failed Women"

Chapter 33 - "Viewpoint:  Why I decided to wear the veil." - Primary Source

Chapter 33 - Islamic Fundamentalism - Secondary Source Reading


Chapter 34 - East Asia After World War II - PowerPoint Guided Notes 

Chapter 34 - Reading Questions for Chapter 34

Chapter 34 - The Korean War - Two Excerpts from North Korean High School and Junior High level Textbooks

Chapter 34 - Chart - Comparing Mao Zedong's China with Joseph Stalin's USSR

Chapter 34 - A Short Biography of Mao Zedong 

DBQ - Sample Student Responses (2014) [Essay 1A scored a 9]

 

Chapter 35 - Collapse of the Soviet Union & End of the Cold War - PowerPoint Guided Notes

Chapter 35 - Primary Source - Osama bin Laden's Declaration of Jihad on the United States, 1996

 

Globalization I:  The Upside [Crash Course World History Video]

Globalization II:  Good or Bad?  [Crash Course World History Video] 

 

 

 

 

CCOT FINAL PROJECT

CCOT Final Project Directions

CCOT Final Project - Blank Chart for Collecting & Organizing Information

CCOT Final Project - Samples:  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11

CCOT Partner Feedback Form 

CCOT Grading Rubric

 

 

REVIEW FOR MAY EXAM!

 

May Exam Review Packet:  Due day after the May Exam.   Must be handwritten.

 

Blank Chart: Region Review by Era & Topic, 8000 BCE - Present

 

May Exam Test Day Overview (pdf)

AP World Regions Map *You must be able to identify which civilizations/nations belong to each region by era in order to write the essays 

Civilizations to Know Listed By Region & Era (pdf)

Must-Know Terms (pdf)

Must-Know People (pdf)

Must-Know Events & Dates Practice w/Answers on 2nd Page (pdf)

Periodization Diagnostic Test (pdf):  Directions:  Identify the era in which each of the following events or developments took place by marking one of the letters A-F on your answer sheet. 

AP Essay Rubrics & Essay Structures (pdf) *You should know the requirements for each type of essay before the exam day.  

AP Rubric Quiz

 

BIG REVIEW PACK BY PERIOD!!! - "FREEMAN-PEDIA"

 

Practice Exam - Short Version (30 Questions:  24 minutes) 

 

 

Answers to Practice Exam - 30 Questions

 

Prompts Reviewed in Class (CC & CCOT) 

 

All May Exam Essay Prompts: 2002-2014 (pdf)

 


This is to be done on notebook paper:

Map 8.2 The Sea Roads

Reading the Map: Piracy was a problem particularly at bottlenecks on the Indian Ocean trade network where merchant vessels had to sail in relatively confined shipping lanes.  With reference to the map, where might you choose to operate if you were a pirate?

Connections:  In one sense the Silk Roads and Indian Ocean trading networks worked together to link regions of the Eastern Hemisphere together in trade. Which regions do both the Silk Roads and Indian Ocean networks link together? Which regions are tied into long-distance trade only by the Indian Ocean trading network?

Map 8.3: The Sand Roads

Reading the Map: What might account for the long-term growth of West African Empires to the east and the west?

Connections: The two key commodities that drove the trans-Saharan trade were salt mined in the Sahara Desert and gold mined along the Gold Coast in equatorial West Africa.  If these commodities were the main reasons for trade, how can one account for the emergence of powerful kingdoms in West Africa—not in the regions where the commodities were produced but in between?

Map 9.1: Tang and Song Dynasty China

Reading the Map: What are China’s natural boundaries?

Connections: If a Buddhist monk from Beijing wanted to study in a great monastery in Lhasa, Tibet, what obstacles would he be likely to face in getting there?

Map 9.2: The World of Asian Buddhism

Reading the Map: Judging from this map, is it likely that the Buddhism that reached Nara in Japan was the same as the Buddhism that first developed in northern India?

Connections: What can the expansion of Buddhism shown on this map tell us about the early missionaries of Buddhism?

Map 10.3: Europe in the High Middle Ages

Reading the Map: What features of Europe’s geography did the Vikings take advantage of during their invasions?

Connections: Geographically, Western Europe appears as a large peninsula, for the most part surrounded by seas or oceans. Studying the relation between Europe’s states in the high Middle Ages and large seas or oceans, what basic points can you make about them?

Map 10.4: The Crusades

Reading the Map: What do the main targets of crusader attack tell about western Europeans in the high Middle Ages?

Connections: What do the routes taken by different crusaders over time tell you about changes in sea travel during the high Middle Ages?

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