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World history 1 (to 1500) – vocabulary grading period 4 name: directionsWorld history 1 (to 1500) – vocabulary grading period 4 name: directions
Directions: Study the words regularly. Be prepared to take quizzes on ten to fifteen words at a time. Keep this sheet in your notebook. You may wish to make review cards
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History of Ancient China Shang Dynasty Multiple Choice DirectionsHistory of Ancient China Shang Dynasty Multiple Choice Directions
Shang Dynasty Multiple Choice Directions: Highlight, circle or underline the letter of the answer that correctly completes each sentence
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Semester I reading Review Historical Trends and ProcessesSemester I reading Review Historical Trends and Processes
Our story begins during prehistory in east Africa where human life began. From Africa humans spread to Eurasia (Europe and Asia), to Australia, and finally to the Americas. Human migration was one of the great waves of history
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Chapter 3 Classical Civilization: India chapter outline summaryChapter 3 Classical Civilization: India chapter outline summary
Complex ritual divisions, restrictions, social hierarchy, Vedic priests dominant force
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Chapter 5: Ancient India and China: 6000 B. C. – A. D. 220 TChapter 5: Ancient India and China: 6000 B. C. – A. D. 220 T
Yangtze River and the Huang He Valleys. In this chapter, you will learn that ancient people in India planned their two large cities and that the Chinese people became great builders and artisans
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Unit 4 Ancient India and China: Civilization Spreads EastUnit 4 Ancient India and China: Civilization Spreads East
Locations: India, China, Japan, Asia Minor (Turkey), East Asia, Indus River, Yellow River, the steppes, Silk Road, southern ocean trade route, Himalayas
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E. Napp Date: The First HumansE. Napp Date: The First Humans
Anthropologists (studying the origins of humans) – Louis and Mary Leakey discovered evidence that suggests human beings first appeared in the Great Rift Valley of East Africa
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What You Need to Know About the Paleolithic and Neolithic AgesWhat You Need to Know About the Paleolithic and Neolithic Ages
To the Americas over the Bering Strait land bridge – Ice Ages – but then cut off from contact when Ice Ages end
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Indus River Valley—Ancient IndiaIndus River Valley—Ancient India
Where was this civilization located (region of the world, region name then and now)?
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Unit II: river valley civilizationsUnit II: river valley civilizations
Paleolithic Period or Old Stone Age, the earliest period of human history. About 11,000 years ago people learned to farm. This breakthrough transformed the way people lived. It is referred to as the Neolithic Revolution
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Part 1: the rise of agriculture and agricultural civilizations summaryPart 1: the rise of agriculture and agricultural civilizations summary
The advent of civilization increased the scope of human organization. The rise of agriculture redefined human impact on the environment and radically shifted demographics, allowing high concentrations of people in a small area
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Dave Roberts ap world HistoryDave Roberts ap world History
Welcome to the most significant class you will ever take! The study of world history is about more than memorizing lists of facts. It involves developing an understanding of the world around us how it impacts us and how we impact it
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Chapter 1 – the river valley civilizationsChapter 1 – the river valley civilizations
In this chapter, you will learn about the first civilizations, the factors that gave rise to these civilizations, and how these ancient cultures still influence us today. As you read
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Name: wh/geo I – sol review Packet 75 pointsName: wh/geo I – sol review Packet 75 points
Remember: All questions need to be answered completely and in complete sentences
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Big Era Three Farming and the Emergence of Complex Societies 10,000 1000 bce panorama Teaching Unit Farming and the Emergence of Complex SocietiesBig Era Three Farming and the Emergence of Complex Societies 10,000 1000 bce panorama Teaching Unit Farming and the Emergence of Complex Societies
As a result of collective learning (generations of humans sharing and passing on knowledge), changes in the way humans acquired food gradually accumulated. The result was what we know as the Neolithic Revolution
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