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SUN #2 - Old Stuff

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Table of Contents

1. Table of Contents

2. Table of Contents (Cont)

3. My Grade Page

4. Process: Ch. 11 *

5. Notes: Ch. 11

6. Roman Senate Project */

7. Roman Senate Directions

8. COT Essay Stuff *

9. COT Essay

10. Ch. 12 Process *

11. Ch. 12 Notes

12. Ch. 13 Process *

13. Ch. 13 Notes

14. SEA Review **

15. SEA Review

16. Process: Ch. 14 *

17. Notes: Ch. 14


19. Trade Project Directions

20. Process: Ch. 15 *

21. Notes: Ch. 15

22. Process: China *

23. Notes: China to the Tang

24. Process: Ch. 16 *

25. Notes: Ch. 16

26. D.A. Stuff *

27. D.A. Stuff

28. Process: Ch. 17 *

29. Notes: Ch. 17

30. Taglines Project **/

31. Review Project: Taglines


Process: Ch 17

1. Charlemagne in 807 issued this order, “And the weapons, which are carried against the enemy, shall be well cared for, so as to keep them in good condition….” Why would Charlemagne make this stipulation? What were the limitations of political organization in the Middle Ages of Europe? (12)

2. How did the Viking invasions affect Europe? Analyze the economic world of medieval Europe.


Review Project Directions: Taglines

Tagline: A marketing slogan that helps promote a certain product (for example - A Movie).

You will all be making up Taglines for chapters from the textbook. To do this assignment you will need to do the following criteria:

1. You will make six taglines on page #30. Each tagline has to be:

A. Specific to a certain chapter.

B. Incorporate either a different theme or aspect of PERSIA.

2. You must have a tagline for 6 different chapters of your choice.

3. After you have written the tagline, write a brief explanation as to why this tagline applies to that chapter.

4. After your explanation include the time period this chapter includes and where on the Map the chapter refers to.


China to the Tang

Chunk 1 - After the utter chaos that lasted for about 250 years, 6th century Yang Jiang (Wen) reunited the empire with the Sui dynasty and started a military to reunite southern with the north.

Chunk 2 - The Sui dynasty built the governing system by merit based system and getting rid of the privilege system and Emperor Wen reformed laws and punishments.

Chunk 3 - The economy was reformed by land equalization system (distribution of land for more efficiency based on family size), Sui dynasty standardized weights and measurements and lowered taxes for lower classes.


Process: Chinese Poetry

1. What does the poem tell….What is the general underlining meaning of the poem?

2. What does this poem tell us about the art….


Process: Ch. 16

1. Write a question that incorporates your theme (and answer). (12)

2. Write a question that incorporates another theme of your choice (and answer).

(Level 2 questions - analysis, comparative, etc)


Process: Ch. 15

1. The Arab merchant Suleiman noted that in the ninth century, “No one in China is treated unjustly.” Analyze his statement. Why did China always look so impressive to foreign visitors at this time? (12)

2. Discuss the role of the Sui dynasty in reuniting China. Compare them to earlier Qin dynasty. How did they influence Chinese history?


Directions: Trade Project
You are a Middle Ages Arabian trader. You will have some type of product that you will be trading. Once you know your item for trade you will make an accounting chart to keep track of your trade business. There will be several steps to the trade project.
Step 1: Find other traders to trade goods with. You may trade goods you have for their goods, or you can buy outright with money their goods after agreeing upon a price. Account for all of your trades on the accounting sheet on page 18.
Step 2: Pick the items that you will sell at the market. Once you have picked these items, they are sold and must be taken out of your inventory of items on page 18.
Step 3: You will find out the market conditions and market price of your goods, and then account for the money that you have made from selling those goods on the market. Account for this as well on page 18.
Step 4: After repeating steps 1-3 a few times we will see who the best trader is. You will also answer the questions below on this page.
What did you learn about the process of trade? Why is it important?

Market Round 2: Market Conditions: WAR!

Food - 7

Precious Gems - 8

Precious Metals - 12

Weapons - 15

Finished Goods - 12
Market Round 3: Market Conditions - MINER STRIKE!

Food - 5

Precious Metals - 10

Precious Gems - 18

Finished Goods - 9


S.E.A. Review
1. Thesis: The religion of Rome changed from 100 CE to 500 CE because of the spread of Christianity.
S: Christianity began slowly spreading through Rome.

E: The followers of Christ taught his teachings after his death in the 1st century CE throughout parts of the Roman Empire.

A: Christianity remained slowly spreading at first due to the way in which the leader of the religion, Christ, was treated by the Roman empire.
2. Thesis: During the 2nd Century BCE to the 2nd Century CE, China began to change its political culture.
S: China’s political culture was breaking down in the second half of the Han dynasty.

E: Yellow Turban uprising begins in the 1st to 2nd Century CE which showed discontent with the government in China.

A: Leaders were not as charismatic during the second half of the Han because regional land owners grew in power adding to a sense of feudalistic growth which will always decentralize an empire.
3. Thesis: The Greek culture remained continuous due to a sense of intellectual humanism from 600 BCE to 200 BCE.

S: Stories passed down from earlier Greeks established a sense of human importance.


4. Thesis:

S: The religious ideas of the Indian people played a major role in establishing social norms.




Process: Ch. 14

1. Analyze the Bedouin culture and focus on their social, economic, and political aspects when looking at them. (10)

2. Compare the religion of Islam with at least one of the other major religions (Judaism, Christianity, Buddhism, or Hinduism).


Ch. 12 Process

1. How did the rise of the Christian church affect the Roman Empire? (Do a CoT type S.E.A. X3 for this) (12)

2. Compare the collapse of the Han and Roman Empires. Compare the spread of Buddhism to the spread of Christianity.


Ch. 13 Process

1. Examine the split of the Roman Catholic and Greek Orthodox Churches. What led to this and how do you think it might affect the rest of history? Why? (11)

2. Analyze the role that trade played in the Byzantine Empire. How did the economic trade of Byzantium change over the years?


My Grade Page

Pts Earned Pts Pos

1. My Grade Transfer from SUN 1 (pg 3)

2. Ch. 10 Test (25)


Roman Senate Project

Period 5

Problem #1 - Barbarian invasions and immigration: Bill - Fence/wall and soldiers and get allies (nations) to help us. Openings that are guarded by warriors. Watchtowers to look out for people coming in, and take them down if they do. PASSES.

LAW: Building a wall with soldiers/warriors guarding along the wall with towers.
Problem #2 - Taxes too High: Bill - 16-25 young men recruited into the army without pay. Progressive tax. Raise taxes on luxury goods. Go out to the countryside and tax them. In lieu of taxes work (indentured servitude).


LAW: More men recruited into military with pay. Go into country side and collect taxes. Force slavery for those who do not pay their taxes.

Issue 3 - Lack of Education, Lack of Technological Development: Bill -

Import philosopher and send out expeditions on the Silk Road to find new technologies. Scientific diplomatic missions. Every child required to go to school (compulsory education) if the children refuse then parents pay fee or go to jail. PASSES


Issue 4 - Corruption, Lack of Leadership: Bill - Have an open election of our Emperor. Leaders are chosen only by those who are capable of doing the work. Have a way to remove the Emperor if he becomes corrupt.

Law -


Per 2 -

Issue 1 - Barbarian Invasions: Bill - Agricultural land owners give some of their grain so that it can be sent to soldiers. Recruit more soldiers. Tax the Barbarians who come into our territory. Build more defenses (towers, walls). PASSES. Emperor makes this law.
Issue 2 - Taxes too High: Bill - Tax trade from other regions. Send troops with tax collectors to countryside. Emperor makes this law.
Issue 3 - Lack of Education/Technological development: Bill -

More teachers. Trade with China increased using the Silk Road. Take ½ the amount of troops from the border defenses to work on agricultural development. PASSES

Law - Do Nothing…
Issue 4 - Lack of Leadership, Political Corruption: Bill - Hold a rebellion against the emperor and remove him from power. Form a treaty with the Barbarians. Have two emperors so that they can check each other.


Process: Ch. 11

1. Examine the rule of Augustus Caesar. Analyze the impact of the Pax Romana on Roman history. What implications could the Pax Romana have on later time periods? (12)

2. How were the Romans able to create a lasting empire whereas the Greeks were not able to fully unite for an extensive amount of time?


COT Essay notes

The Prompt 2009 -

Analyze continuities and changes….


COT Essay Practice

Write the thesis and two body paragraphs for the following prompt.
1. Analyze the changes and continuities of the political cultures of the Mediterranean societies from 500 BCE to 500 CE.

(One body on change, one on continuity)

During 500-500 the political cultures of Med societies were affected by

John Locke - Natural Rights all men have 3 natural rights - Life, Liberty, and Property.

Montesquieu - Separation of powers: Government should be separated by Legislative, Judicial, and Executive branches of power.

Rousseau - Social Contract: Give up some freedoms so that we may have freedoms.

Simon Bolivar - South American who fought for independence from Spain and used some other Enlightenment philosopher ideas from this period.

Thomas Jefferson - Applied the Enlightenment ideals to the Declaration of Independence, breaking away from the government of England.

James Madison - Chief designer of the Grand Experiment (Father of the

Constitution) applied Enlightenment ideals to new government of the U.S.

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