Southeast asian archaeology international newsletterSoutheast asian archaeology international newsletter
Greetings! This issue includes the continuation of Prof. Wilhelm Solheim’s brief history of Southeast Asian archaeology up to 1960. Given the length, we have divided the Newsletter into Parts I and II
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Age of exploration study guideAge of exploration study guide
Mercantilism – countries looking to increase wealth by maximizing exports through trade
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21H. 504 – Perdue (Liu) Essay 121H. 504 – Perdue (Liu) Essay 1
Europe and Asia. The year 1500 was not some critical point in Chinese history at which the borders were opened and trade with the outside world began
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Unit 2: The Classical PeriodUnit 2: The Classical Period
The classical civilizations, which began to emerge around 1000 B. C. E., were measurably different than their river valley predecessors
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Question 2 or Question 3 Suggested writing time: 35 minutesQuestion 2 or Question 3 Suggested writing time: 35 minutes
Thesis: Presents a thesis that makes a historically defensible claim and responds to all parts of the question. The thesis must consist of one or more sentences located in one place, either in the introduction or the conclusion
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7th Grade World History Road Map7th Grade World History Road Map
The course of study begins with the hunter-gatherers of the Stone Age, moves through ancient Asian and African civilizations and concludes with the Renaissance and Reformation
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Renaissance – a more Global View Out of the Middle Ages [context]Renaissance – a more Global View Out of the Middle Ages [context]
Early Middle Ages were seen as "dark ages" because all the learning of the classical age (Greek and Roman) was lost or thought to be pagan
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Week Of… In Class Topics By Monday, you readWeek Of… In Class Topics By Monday, you read
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The Comparative Essay usually asks you to analyze broad historical issues for two areas of the worldThe Comparative Essay usually asks you to analyze broad historical issues for two areas of the world
In Maya culture the elites used a form of hieroglyphic writing to keep records while elites in the Inca society used a complex method of knot tying called quipu to keep records
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Arts of China BooksArts of China Books
The following books have been ordered from the Jeffery Amherst College Store on South Pleasant Street
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Part I: Multiple Choice ( 3 points)Part I: Multiple Choice ( 3 points)
Directions: Please place all of your multiple choice, and matching on the scantron provided. Please use a separate sheet of loose-leaf to complete the essay question. The essay question must be completed in blue or black pen. Good luck! 
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How to score points on the dbq rubricHow to score points on the dbq rubric
The prompt! Put your Thesis sentence(s) 1st; be specific, address the question asked, not the question you want to answer. No "throat clearing" writing
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Ap world historyAp world history
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
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Advanced Placement World HistoryAdvanced Placement World History
Africa, Asia, The Americas, and Europe. By combining time periods and historical themes, students will be able to understand and analyze the evolution and interactions of societies throughout history and begin to decipher what shaped the
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Advanced Placement World History Course Syllabus Mr. Mollett & Mr. Ferrell 2015-2016 Course DescriptionAdvanced Placement World History Course Syllabus Mr. Mollett & Mr. Ferrell 2015-2016 Course Description
Specific themes provide further organization to the course, along with the consistent attention to contacts among societies that form the core of world history as a field of study
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