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Class Name: 1st Period World History
Teacher: Alexander  Bichel
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Due: May 28 (Tue)
Last Modified: May 22 9:50 AM (4 days ago)
Online submissions not permitted.
Test #8; Part I and Part II In-Class Preparation
Unfortunately, many student were excused absent from class this week for State Testing. This Test #8 Prep work will need to be done at home.
You will be given all of Friday's class (I will not be here due to testing but will leave instructions for the substitute so you can utilize class time to prepare.
Do Part I first. All assignments must be handwritten. No typed assignments will be accepted.
Use the online textbook or internet (At home only) to search topics. In class use Beck and Ellis. Define topics in detail. Don't use glossary.
Economics
Geography/Geographers
Parliamentary Government
Neolithic Period
Geographic features (Effect of Mediterranean Sea on ancient Roman Civilization); Ellis Page 128
Confucianism
Hinduism
Buddhism
Korea (Ellis Page 313 �Impact of Location�)
Qur�an (Koran)
Abbasid and Umayyad empires
Manorialism
Mughal
Wittenberg Church
Ghana and Mali
Ethnocentrism
Inca road building
Central Asian nomads/Silk Road
Strategic importance of Constantinople
Zheng He
Spanish conquistadors and diseases brought to the Americas
Louis XIV
Suleiman the Magnificent
Heliocentric Theory
Enlightenment
French Revolution
Laissez-Faire economics
Bourgeoisie
Haitian Revolution Sepoy Rebellion
Submarine Warfare WWI
Zionism
Stalin�s Five-Year Plan
Fascism
Warsaw Pact
Germany/Soviet Union Non-Aggression Pact
Middle east Natural Resources twentieth century
Mao Zedong
Cultural Revolution
Nonalignment
Desertification
Asoka; religious Tolerance
Origins Cyrillic alphabet and Orthodox Church

Test #8; Part II In-Class Preparation
Define the following �marco� concepts in detail. Be sure to include important people, places and events/time
Byzantine Empire, Fall of Western Roman Empire, similarities/differences between Judaism/Christianity/Islam, Western Europe in the middle ages, sub-Saharan African kingdoms, Meso-American/South American Civilizations (Olmec, Maya, Inca, Aztec), Age of European Exploration, Enlightenment Movement; Europe, Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, American Revolution, French Revolution, 19th Century revolutions; Mexico,/South America/Haiti, Imperialism, World War I (Cause/Course/Consequence), Cold War, Middle East, Global technology/economics/terrorism of the late twentieth and early twenty-first century


https://www.stjoes.org/ourpages/auto/2017/12/13/47593783/World%20History%20Textbook.pdf

Due: May 28 (Tue)
Last Modified: May 20 9:54 AM (6 days ago)
Online submissions not permitted.
Students will be taking Test #8, Parts I and II. The Test is cumulative for the entire 2018-2019 year. Part I is micro (Details) topics, and Part II is macro concepts that will require students to give details like time, important people places and events.
Students can study the online textbook and in-class test preparation. Student will bring in the following work for collection
1. Test #8; In-Class Preparation, Part I and II
2. Bellwork: Bellwork should be stapled in upper left-hand corner with name on upper right hand corner, in chronological order from the work on either 4/10 or 4/11 in the beginning to the most recent at the end.
3. Extra-Credit Assignment.
All of this work will go in a folder (As modeled in class) with the Student's name, Class period and due date written on the front.

Due: May 28 (Tue)
Last Modified: May 20 9:32 AM (6 days ago)
Online submissions not permitted.
Any student who is missing citation work from the 2nd collection needs to make it up by utilizing the online textbook (Link below).
These are the sub-topics and the number of citations requires as make-up work.
This work should be put at the bottom of the folder with the other work to be handed in the day day of Test #8. Please write clearly at the top of the first paper of this assignment "Citation Make-up" work. .
USA in World War I 12 citations (6 quotes and 6 paraphrases)
End of WW I 10 citations (5 quotes and 5 paraphrases)
WWII 10 citations (5 quotes and 5 paraphrases)
Cold War 8 citations (4 quotes and 4 paraphrases)


https://www.stjoes.org/ourpages/auto/2017/12/13/47593783/World%20History%20Textbook.pdf