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Th Grade Ancient Civilizations Course Guidelines Essential Question for courseTh Grade Ancient Civilizations Course Guidelines Essential Question for course
To what extent does Geography play an important part in history all the way to present day?
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Prehistoric BritainPrehistoric Britain
Britain was a part of the European land mass until the end of the last Ice Age, around 6000 bc, when the English Channel was formed by melting ice
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Test 6 Precolumbian Civilizations of the Americas Directions: Use the clicker to answer the following questions and make sure you press the ‘send’ button for each. True/FalseTest 6 Precolumbian Civilizations of the Americas Directions: Use the clicker to answer the following questions and make sure you press the ‘send’ button for each. True/False
True/False Indicate whether the statement is true or false. Use the letter ‘A’ for True and ‘B’ for False
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Roman TechnologyRoman Technology
Romans used great public projects to make the city the most advanced of the ancient world, and to create the largest empire of the era. Many of the roads, bridges and aqueducts of ancient Rome are still used today
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Government where specific duties are given to different peopleGovernment where specific duties are given to different people
Be able to locate each empire on a map (Zhou Dynasty in China, Maurya and Gupta Emires in India, Persian Empire)
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Assyria and the Neo-Babylonian EmpiresAssyria and the Neo-Babylonian Empires
Hammurabi died his Mesopotamian empire slowly crumbled due to internal turmoil, fighting, and outside invaders. This continued over several hundreds of years which led to the Assyrians uniting the region once again
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Sumerian City StatesSumerian City States
These city-states often fought each other. They built walls around their cities for protection. Farmland was outside the walls, but people would retreat to the city when invaders came. The city walls and buildings were made of mud bricks
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Babylon (1800-1600 bce) Rise of the Babylonians and King HammurabiBabylon (1800-1600 bce) Rise of the Babylonians and King Hammurabi
Mesopotamia for many years. After the fall of the Akkadian Empire, the city was taken over and settled by the Amorites. The city began its rise to power in 1792 bc when King Hammurabi took the throne
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Periods (Dates bc) Selected important events and kingsPeriods (Dates bc) Selected important events and kings
First city-states; urbanism; complex administration; invention of writing ('proto-cuneiform'), possibly Sumerian
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Colonization in the Congo Activity June 9, 1904: The Moment of DecisionColonization in the Congo Activity June 9, 1904: The Moment of Decision
House of Commons to agree upon the nature of a problem. Opinions were not as unanimous regarding the solution. The issue involved how to create change most effectively in the Congo while also considering the diplomatic consequences for Britain’s relations with the
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Rise and fall of British EmpireRise and fall of British Empire
England is one of the leader countries and it would be useful to know about it’s past and present to compare it. It was the largest empire in the world. My target is to know why colonies have been separated from British Empire and could British people stop it
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The Road to RevolutionThe Road to Revolution
Overall main idea: American resentment and resistance increased as the British government passed new laws to pay for, protect and control the colonies after the French and Indian War
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Chapter 7 Daoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism The Art of Early China and Korea SummaryChapter 7 Daoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism The Art of Early China and Korea Summary
Daoism and Confucianism occurred very early in Chinese history and did impact not only China but also other areas of Asia. China served as a conduit for the dissemination Buddhism throughout West Asia
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Standard whi. 4 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the civilizations of Persia, India, and China in terms of chronology, geography, social structures, government, economy, religion, and contributions to later civilizations byStandard whi. 4 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the civilizations of Persia, India, and China in terms of chronology, geography, social structures, government, economy, religion, and contributions to later civilizations by
A describing Persia, including Zoroastrianism and the development of an imperial bureaucracy
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Kingdoms & States of Africa Study GuideKingdoms & States of Africa Study Guide
The Bantu people of southern and eastern Africa spread techniques for across Africa
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