UNIT 1 /2 – 8000 bce – 600 bce, 600 bce – 600 ce
Compare and contrast life in foraging societies with life in agricultural societies after the Agricultural Revolution
Identify two key changes in early African history that resulted in a new period in the history of the region
The Middle East
Analyze the political changes in the Middle East from the Agricultural Revolution to 600 c.e.
Compare and contrast the basic features of TWO of the following religious systems prior to 600 c.e. Polytheism Judaism Christianity
Compare the origins and tenets of TWO fo the following religious and philosophical systems. Buddhism Confucianism Hinduism Daoism
Analyze how gender roles in India and China changed from 8000 b.c. – 600…show more content…
Describe changes and continuities in the political structure of the Middle East from 1400 to 1750.
Describe continuities and changes in the social, political, and economic role that Confucianism played in both the Ming and Qing Empires from 1450 to 1750.
Compare and contrast the methods used to consolidate political authority in two empires (Tokugawa Shogunate, Qing Empire, Mughal Empire) during 1450 to 1750.
Europeans’ changing world-view had enormous impact following the Middle Ages. Evaluate cultural and intellectual changes and continuities in Europe during this period.
Europe underwent significant economic changes between 1450 and 1750. By 1650, the effects of those changes were becoming apparent. Discuss important similarities and differences between sea-based western European empires and Russia in this period.
European colonization had a significant impact on the systems of government if the New World. Discuss changes and continutities in the political system of one area (North America, Mesoamerica, the Caribbean, or South America) during 1450 to 1750.
Compare and contrast the economic system of the American colonies of two European powers (England, France, Portugal, or Spain) between 1450 and 1750.
UNIT 4 (1450 – 1750 – mixture of essays)
**Describe and explain the continuities and changes in religious beliefs and practices in ONE of the following regions from 1450 to the