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    the Present by Douglas Chee 5 1450-Present: Religion by LJ Cabutaje 6 1914-Present: Formation of National Identities by George Kitsios a using evidence from specific countries Essay 1 Sub-Saharan Africa 600 -1450 Trade...
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  • History
    sure to address what global processes affected it throughout that time. •    Trace and analyze the changes and continuities in the environments of two of the regions of the world from 8000 BCE to present.     Europe    Sub-Saharan Africa    the Middle East        East Asia     SE Asia...
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  • Sub Saharan Africa Trade
    weakened at points) due to decentralization, and because rival tribes in the same country would ignore the other tribe and practice their own religion. THESIS: From 1450 to the present, sub-Saharan African religious beliefs and practices changed with the rise of Islam and Christianity and the...
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  • ccot
    Indian Ocean region from 650 C.E. to 1750 C.E. 2009 Analyze continuities and changes in patterns of interactions along the Silk Road from 200 B.C.E. to 1450 C.E. 2010 Describe and explain continuities and changes in religious beliefs and practices in ONE of the following regions from 1450 to the present. Sub-Saharan Africa Latin America/Caribbean ...
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  • Not Really a Paper
    practices. change in patterns of religious beliefs and practices. o Examples: practice of indigenous religions in 1450 and its continuation; impact of monotheism in Latin America/Caribbean; end of human sacrifice in Latin America; spread of Islam in sub-Saharan Africa; introduction of...
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  • Essays by Time Period Ap World
    Africa, Western Europe 2010 Sims and Diffs of cotton industry b/w Japan and India 1880s-1930s CCOT: 2010 Religious beliefs and practices in one 1450-present: SS Africa or LA C/C: 2009 North America vs. Latin America Racial Ideologies (1500-1830) 1914-present DBQ: 2009 Scramble for...
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  • Change over Time: Latin America
    From 1450 to the present, religious beliefs 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...
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  • Prompt
    continuities and changes in religious beliefs and practices in ONE of the following regions from 1450 to the present: Sub Saharan Africa OR Latin America/Caribbean Analyze changes and continuities in long-distance migrations in the period from 1700 to 1900. Be sure to include specific examples from at...
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  • Changes and Continuities in Commerce in Indian Ocean Region
    |Describe and explain continuities and changes in religious|Analyze similarities and differences in methods of political | | |the mechanization of the cotton industry in Japan and India in the |beliefs and practices in ONE of the following regions from|control in TWO of the...
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  • History Essay
    the present. • Sub-Saharan Africa • Latin America/Caribbean Revised Question Analyze continuities and changes in cultural beliefs and practices in ONE of the following regions from 1450 to the present. • Sub-Saharan Africa • Latin America/Caribbean Rationale for Revision: By broadening the...
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  • Notes.
    world historical context to continuities and changes over time. * Analyzes the process of continuity and change over time. Describe and explain continuities and changes in religious beliefs and practices in ONE of the following regions from 1450 to the present. Sub-Saharan Africa Latin...
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  • Continuities and Changes of Religions in Sub-Saharan Africa
    changed their beliefs and practices. As far back as historians date in 500 BCE, Sub-Saharan Africa had polytheistic religions such as animism, voodoo, and ancestry worship. During this Paleolithic Era, humans were hunter-gatherers and lived in tribes, traveling from place to place. The tribes...
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  • Chapter One Origins of Civilization
    religious and social beliefs and practices adhered to by diverse societies over a broad geographical area Small traditions – A nonliterate society with a set of customs and beliefs adhered by a single society Bantu – The name of a large group of sub-Saharan languages and peoples speaking these...
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  • Yayayaya
    they domesticated and their impact on the environment (Mesopotamia, Nile River, Sub-Saharan Africa, Indus River, Huang He valley and Mesoamerica) Agriculture and Pastoralism began to transform human societies 3. Describe and evaluate the changes in demography...
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  • Ap World Notes
    responsible for the decline of 2 classical empires. 2. Compare and contrast the factors responsible for the founding of and diffusion of two of the following belief systems to 1450. 3. Compare and contrast the ways societies in sub-Saharan Africa and Europe interacted with Islam during the period...
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  • Ap World Study Guide
    , | | | | | | |rationalism) | | | China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam Regional Outline for: Sub-Saharan Africa | |8000 – 600 CE...
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  • AP World essay prompts
    1450. a. Indian Ocean b. Silk Road c. Trans-Saharan d. Trade networks in the Americas 2. Compare the effects of cultural diffusion caused by the increased connections of trade in two of the following regions in the period from 600 to 1450. a. East Africa b. Southeast Asia c. Middle East d...
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  • Religious Chart
     northern Africa (600s) Persia (600s); Trade and Missionaries SE Asia (1000-1450); Conquest  Sub-Saharan Africa Confucianism Confucius, China circa 550 CE, Analects (look them up) Five Relationships (superior to inferior); Mandate of Heaven Social stability; gender...
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  • Influence of Religion on African Culture.
    , was carried out in many parts of the continent and linked regions beyond the orbit of Muslim penetration. Until about 1450, however, Islam provided the major external contact between sub-Saharan Africa and the world. State building took place in many areas of the continent under a variety of...
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  • Oiuytrewertyui
    ONE region from 1200 BCE to 1 CE: (a) the Mediterranean, (b) South Asia, and (c) East Asia. C. Trace changes in interactions in any ONE region from 100 CE to 1450 CE: (a) Sub-Saharan Africa, (b) Southeast Asia, and (c) Central Asia. D. Trace changes in any ONE religious or philosophical system...
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