Silk Roads CCOT During the time period 200 BCE to 1400 CE, the patterns of interactions among the silk roads have undergone transformations and continuities. The Silk Roads have been in existence from 200 BCE to 1400 C. Throughout its entire history, it has continually spread goods such as silk, porcelain, and technology, allowed others to interact culturally with new ideas and religions, and kept it’s main purpose as a route to deal goods. However, the different types of religions, such as Buddhism, Islam, and Christianity, types of goods, ranging from silk to technology, and frequency of trade during different time periods changed. From 200 BCE to 1400 CE the constant flow of goods, cultural interactions and its main purpose as a trade route remained constant. Throughout the entire creation of the silk Roads, it has continually spread goods throughout all of Eurasia. The Silk roads spread goods such as crops, disease, and technology. The Silk Roads always had a consistent flow of goods because people were constantly harvesting new crops and inventing new technology, also it was profitable to people trading upon them. Also, the Silk Roads always allowed people to interact on a cultural level, by spreading ideas and religions. Due to the constant sharing of ideas, societies became increasingly mixed, resulting in a mestizo society. Throughout its time frame, it kept its main purpose as a route to deal goods. The Silk Roads also forged a link between the east and west, causing goods as far away as Sub-Saharan Africa to reach Silk Roads and be spread across. Although many aspects of the Silk Roads have remained constant, the different types of religions, different types of goods, and frequency of trade during different times did not. The sea routes were also an important aspect of the Silk Roads; people could use the sea routes to trade goods further away. As technology improved, the usage of sea routes increased. Later on, the sea routes eventually helped
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From 100 C.E to 1000 C.E there were many changes along with continuities in the political and cultural life of the Chinese peoples. For example a big change in the political life of China was a series of nomadic invasions. A large continuity in bureaucracy may have changed just a little bit but it was always present in China. Through its history a big continuity in Chinese culture could be Confucianism. Even though Confucianism does not disappear, Buddhism becomes very popular when the….
CHANGE AND CONTINUITY OVER TIME ESSAY TOPICS AS GT EXERCISES
Once students have completed studying at least two historical periods, they have the content knowledge to accomplish the change and continuity over time (CCOT) essay. Nevertheless, the CCOT Essay is often more effectively taught in the second semester during the first six weeks and used as a review technique for the May AP Exam. The topics below correspond to the themes in the AP World History Subject guide.
1. Trace the change and continuities….
AP WORLD HISTORY
Continuity and Change Over Time Essays
A CCOT question is similar to a comparative one, the key difference being instead of comparing between two places during the same time, one is comparing between two times, often in the same place.
The structure for a CCOT thesis is simpler than for a comparative thesis, but shares the following elements:
1. It is clear – it clearly responds to the question and is on topic.
2. It is comprehensive – it addresses the whole prompt….
From 300 CE to 1450 CE, changes occurred in trade networks between Africa and Eurasia through Silk Road revitalization and the items that were traded, while trade across the Mediterranean Sea remained constant. The revitalization of the Silk Road occurred due to political stability, while the trade items changed because people’s needs changed over time. Mediterranean Sea trade remained constant because the trading cities had stable economies as well as complex societies.
One change in the trade….
AP World History
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Caste System in India from 1000BCE- 500CE
When the Aryan's migrated to the Harrapan society bringing important and useful resources such as horses, chariots, iron, and the Sanskrit language they begin to slowly overpower the Dravidians currently settled there. Since the Aryan's were the more people they decided they needed a system to help keep social classes in their rightful order. So they created the caste system. Although the development….
every major nation during period 1200BCE and 220CE, Zhou, Qin, Han, established centralized government. This is crucial for Chinese history in that it is hard to find nations that established centralized government before these nations. Throughout the world, there were some centralized nations such as the Roman Empire of Mediterranean region in this era. However, these nations differed in how they had established centralized government. Zhou was able to establish initial centralized government mainly….
Change over Time: China
From 100 C.E. 600 C.E in classical China there were many changes and continuities
both politically and culturally. During this 500 year period China did not change culturally as much
as they did politically. Between 100 C.E. 600 C.E. the political power and government of China
was ever changing. During 100 C.E. the Han Dynasty was at its highest point, but by 200 C.E.
the great dynasty fell due to weak leaders and internal problems. Over the several hundred years….
I) Compare Major religious and philosophical systems including some underlying similarities in cementing a social hierarchy
A) Thesis: Both Hinduism and Confucianism have similar ideals and beliefs. However, Confucianism is considered to be more a philosophy than a religion.
1. Direct Comparisons
a. Similarity: revolved around the idea of looking into a deeper meaning of life
b. Similarity: try to better people’s lives
Essays by Time Period
2007 Han/Rome Attitudes toward Technology
2010 Methods of political control in two 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 in China
2002 Attitudes of Christians and….