Sub-SaharanAfrica: Change and Continuity Essay Summaries
1 600-1450: Trade Routes and Their Impacts by Stephanie Lin
2 100-1450: Politics by Rebecca Lee-McFadden
3 1450-1750: Politics and Economics by Emma Loh
4 Sub-Saharan Africa’s Relationship to Global Trade Patterns - 1750 to the...
including religious, with adjacent regions.
• Discuss the changes and continuities in the Silk Road trading network from 600 BCE – 1450
• Discuss the changes and continuities that occurred in the roles and functions of cities in major societies from the Neolithic Revolution to 1450.
Change and Continuity Over Time Essay
Topic: Religion in Sub-SaharanAfricafrom1450 to the present
Beginning Middle End
|Trans-Saharan trade (gold, salt) brought Islamic ideas into |Slave trade ended in the 1860s, but Europeans continued to...
analyze how each area’s relationship to global trade patterns changed from 1750 to present. Be sure to describe each area’s involvement in global patterns around 1750 as your starting point. Latin America Sub-SaharanAfrica East Asia The Middle East Eastern Europe North America...
process of continuity and change over time. 1 Point
• Accurately explains reason for or impact of a continuity OR a change in patterns of
religiousbelief and practice.
• “Analyzes … ” CANNOT count for “uses relevant world historical context” (#4) but
can be included in the evidence count (#2), if appropriate...
Latin America and the Caribbean
Analyze the social and economic transformations that occurred in the Atlantic world as a result of new contacts among Western Europe, Africa, and the Americans from 1492 to 1750.
Analyze the cultural and political changes and...
classical empires: Han China 206 BCE-220 CE,
Mauryan/Gupta India 320 BCE-550 CE, Imperial Rome 31 BCE-476 CE
2009 Silk Roads 200 BCE-1450 CE
2006 Cultural & political changes in ONE: Chinese 100-600 CE, Roman 100-600 CE, Indian 300-600 CE
2004 Responses to Buddhism...
From1450 to the present, religiousbeliefs and practices in Latin America changed in that Catholicism and a blend of religions began to be seen throughout Latin America, but continued in that animistic and nature religions still remained.
Changes in Latin American religious ideologies are easily seen...
AP WORLD HISTORY
Modified Essay Questions for Exam Practice
This document provides modifications of the AP World History Comparative and Continuity and Change-Over-Time (CCOT) essay questions from the 2002 to the 2010 operational exams. The modified questions provide examples of essay questions...
|consequences, of the system of indentured servitude that developed as|impact of Islam on ONE of the following regions between |regions during the period from 1750 to 1914. |
| |part of global economic changes in the nineteenth and into the |1000 CE and 1750 CE...
3. Regional and Transregional Interactions (600 CE – 1450 CE)
4. Global Interactions (1450 – 1750 CE)
5. Industrialization and Global Integration (1750 – 1900 CE)
6. Accelerating Global Change and Realignment (1900 – Present)
| DUE | TIME PERIOD | ASSIGNMENT |
Week 1 | April 9th...
Religions in Sub-SaharanAfrica
“Listen more often the Things Beings, Voice of Fire means, Hear the Voice of Water. Listen to the Wind Le Buisson into tears: It is the breath of the ancestors.” This excerpt comes from Senegalese Birago Diop’s poem “Souffles” which shows ancestor worship in Sub-Saharan Africa...
Chapter one from the origins of Agriculture to the First River-Valley Civilizations
Civilization - Complex society that has agricultural life, as well as political, social, economical and technological traits
Culture – A general trend of arts, beliefs, technology, and knowledge...
locations of first Agricultural societies, the plants and animals they domesticated and their impact on the environment (Mesopotamia, Nile River, Sub-SaharanAfrica, Indus River, Huang He valley and Mesoamerica)
Agriculture and Pastoralism began to transform human societies
encouraging peace and unification throughout India)
Economics – traded + merchants (lots of seafaring merchants that traded with South East Asia.
Buddhism - (prince (Siddhārtha Gautama Buddha
), Was a very spiritual person that inspired Buddhism, followed the 8-fold path)
Hinduism – polytheistic...
migrations, or environment. There may also be some internal choice within the question, so that students are able to choose to draw their evidence from a case that they know better. The continuity and change-over-time essay questions require students to demonstrate their mastery of this historical thinking...
Strayer AP Practice Essay Prompts
Chapter 1 and 2
1. Analyze the continuities and changes that resulted from the spread of agriculture beginning around 10,000 years
ago to 5000 years ago.
2. Compare the interaction between humans and the environment between two of the following types of societies
will specify the actions a student is required to perform. It will also specify a definite chronological period from World History and provide two to three geographical or cultural regions from which a student may choose. Occasionally the prompt may specify only one cultural region. It should also designate...
paper, you will learn about the culture and art of Africa and its people.
As we begin to think about Africa and its, we must also consider how Western perceptions of "race" and "racial" difference have influenced our notions about the history of Africa. These ideas, which have usually stood out against...