my.ap.collegeboard.org accounts now include “Unit 5: Revolutions” and “Unit 6: … Industrialization” MCQs, SAQs, LEQs, & DBQs. Work selectively and plenty with the components on a typical Unit Exam in preparation for next Friday’s Unit Exam.
Thanksgiving Break HW: simply print out your regionally-specific chapter outline and primary source documents (see links above). That’s it!
Due Friday, Dec. 6: Regional Chapter Outline & annotations of primary sources.
Due to the chronologically disjointed nature of this Unit, there is no homework over the Dec. 7-8 weekend.
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Modern Era KC 1:Industrialization and Global Capitalism. The process of industrialization changed the way in which goods were produced and consumed, with far-reaching effects on the global economy, social relations, and culture.
Early Modern KC 3:State Consolidation and Imperial Expansion. Empires expanded around the world, presenting new challenges in the incorporation of diverse populations and in the effective administration of new coerced labor systems.
Week of Nov. 18-22: More work. Early Modern Era EXAM scheduled for THURSDAY, Nov. 21: 31 MCQs & 2 SAQs from a choice of 4.
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Early Modern KC 2: New Forms of Social Organization and Modes of Production. Although the world’s productive systems continued to be heavily centered on agriculture, major changes occurred in agricultural labor, the systems and locations of manufacturing, gender and social structures, and environmental processes.
Monday: Signing up for Regionally-Specific Groups; identifying which primary source documents from your region you will read w’ your group (use this link). Print your chapter outline page and primary documents by Wednesday, Oct. 30; your chapter outline and primary source document annotations are Due Tuesday, Nov. 5.
Early Modern KC1: Globalizing Networks of Communication and Exchange. The interconnection of the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, made possible by transoceanic voyaging, transformed trade and religion and had a significant economic, cultural, social, and demographic impact on the world.
Map: Winds and currents in the world’s oceans. Bentley pgs. 602-3
Map: European exploration in the Atlantic Ocean 1486-1498. Bentley pg 605
Classical KC 2:The Development of States and Empires. As the early states and empires grew in number, size, and population, they frequently competed for resources and came into conflict with one another.