Global 1 – nfa exam



Download 10.37 Mb.
Page15/15
Date09.08.2018
Size10.37 Mb.
1   ...   7   8   9   10   11   12   13   14   15

Mongols [1200 - 1600]

  • Genghis Khan - Beijing/Manchuria - - -> Trade
  • Mughal India (1500s-1700s) - Tamerlane, Akbar the Great
  • Russia - isolated

MONGOL EMPIRE

  • The term "Mughal" is used to refer to
  • which of the following groups ?
  •         1. Mongol rule of India         2. British rule of India         3. French rule of India         4. Egyptian rule of India
  • The term "Mughal" is used to refer to
  • which of the following groups ?
  •         1. Mongol rule of India         2. British rule of India         3. French rule of India         4. Egyptian rule of India
  • . . . Mughal = Muslim rule . . .

Monarchy

  • ABSOLUTE Monarchy - Divine Right - France - Spain - Russia
  • Limited/Constitutional Monarchy - England (Great Britain)

Absolutism (Monarchy)

  • FRANCE: - Charlemagne 800 AD - Louis XIV (Sun King) - Louis XV - Louis XVI ……………………………….
  • Hundred Year’s War - St. Joan of Arc

Limited (Monarchy) - Constitutional / Parliamentary

  • ENGLAND/GREAT BRITAIN - Norman invasion of England + Magna Carta & King John ……………………….
  • Hundred Year’s War - St. Joan of Arc

Limited (Monarchy) - Constitutional / Parliamentary

  • Henry VIII - Act of Supremacy
  • Elizabeth I [Elizabethan Era] - Spanish Armada
  • Charles I - English Revolution
  • Oliver Cromwell
  • William of Orange - Glorious Revolution

Absolutism (Monarchy)

  • RUSSIA: - Peter the Great - Westernizer/Modernizer - St. Petersburg + Navy - Catherine the Great - “warm water port”
  • Enlightened Despot - Maria Theresa
  • Many European absolute monarchs,
  • such as Louis XIV, based their right to rule
  • on the principle of
  • 1. free elections 2. consent of the governed
  • 3. divine right
  • 4. parliamentary rule
  • Many European absolute monarchs,
  • such as Louis XIV, based their right to rule
  • on the principle of
  • 1. free elections 2. consent of the governed
  • 3. divine right
  • 4. parliamentary rule
  • NOTE: “divine right” in Europe = “Mandate of Heaven” in China
  • The primary goal of most of Europe's absolute monarchs was to (1) support political freedom for the new middle classes (2) prevent contact with areas beyond Europe's borders (3) centralize their political control over their nations (4) maintain peaceful relations with neighboring nations
  • The primary goal of most of Europe's absolute monarchs was to (1) support political freedom for the new middle classes (2) prevent contact with areas beyond Europe's borders (3) centralize their political control over their nations (4) maintain peaceful relations with neighboring nations

CHINA: - “dynasties” - “Middle Kingdom” - “Celestial Kingdom” … “ethnocentrism”

  • CHINA: - “dynasties” - “Middle Kingdom” - “Celestial Kingdom” … “ethnocentrism”
  • Absolutism (Monarchy)
  • The Himalayan Mountains, the Gobi Desert,
  • the Great Wall of China, the Pacific Ocean
  • All of these have
  • 1. caused famine in China.
  • 2. forced China into wars.
  • 3. helped to isolate China.
  • 4. reduced China’s population.
  • The Himalayan Mountains, the Gobi Desert,
  • the Great Wall of China, the Pacific Ocean
  • All of these have
  • 1. caused famine in China.
  • 2. forced China into wars.
  • 3. helped to isolate China.
  • 4. reduced China’s population.
  • . . . China - “celestial kingdom”
  • . . . “self-sufficient” . . .

JAPAN: - “Tokugawa Shogunate” - Japanese Feudalism

  • JAPAN: - “Tokugawa Shogunate” - Japanese Feudalism
  • Absolutism (Monarchy)

Japan’s Tokugawa Shogunate = European Middle Ages

  • EUROPE – Middle Ages
  • King
  • Nobles … landowners (gentry)
  • Knights
  • Farmers / Peasants
  • CHURCH - Pope = King - Bishop = Nobles .. Church controlled education
  • JAPAN – Tokugawa Shogunate
  • Emperor (no power) - Shogun .. Military general
  • Daimyo .. Nobles … landowners (gentry)
  • Samurai (warriors)
  • Farmers / Peasants - Scholars
  • One way in which Medieval European Feudalism, Latin American colonial society, society in Imperial China, and Japan’s Tokugawa Shogunate were similar is that each
  • 1. placed great value on public education
  • 2. experienced a surplus of skilled labor
  • 3. was organized according to a rigid class structure
  • 4. de-emphasized the role of religion
  • One way in which Medieval European Feudalism, Latin American colonial society, society in Imperial China, and Japan’s Tokugawa Shogunate were similar is that each
  • 1. placed great value on public education
  • 2. experienced a surplus of skilled labor
  • 3. was organized according to a rigid class structure
  • 4. de-emphasized the role of religion

Korea: - “Land Bridge” - used to transmit culture between China and Japan

  • Korea: - “Land Bridge” - used to transmit culture between China and Japan
  • Cultural diffusion
  • What was an impact of Korea’s geographic location on the history of East Asia?
  • 1. isolating Russia from Japan
  • 2. protecting China from Mongol invaders
  • 3. preventing Europeans from colonizing East Asia
  • serving as a cultural bridge between China and Japan
  • What was an impact of Korea’s geographic location on the history of East Asia?
  • 1. isolating Russia from Japan
  • 2. protecting China from Mongol invaders
  • 3. preventing Europeans from colonizing East Asia
  • serving as a cultural bridge between China and Japan

Economic Systems

  • traditional economies - subsistence - barter
  • Manorialism
  • Mercantilism
  • Capitalism - i.e. Commercial Revolution

In a traditional economic system, which type of goods is most often produced?

  • In a traditional economic system, which type of goods is most often produced?
  • 1. agricultural products
  • 2. heavy industrial machinery
  • 3. military supplies
  • 4. electronics and computers

In a traditional economic system, which type of goods is most often produced?

  • In a traditional economic system, which type of goods is most often produced?
  • 1. agricultural products
  • 2. heavy industrial machinery
  • 3. military supplies
  • 4. electronics and computers

Which feature would most likely be included in an economic system based on traditional agriculture and self-sufficiency?

  • Which feature would most likely be included in an economic system based on traditional agriculture and self-sufficiency?
  • 1. banks
  • 2. barter
  • 3. gold standard
  • 4. tariffs

Which feature would most likely be included in an economic system based on traditional agriculture and self-sufficiency?

  • Which feature would most likely be included in an economic system based on traditional agriculture and self-sufficiency?
  • 1. banks
  • 2. barter
  • 3. gold standard
  • 4. tariffs

The basic characteristic of subsistence agriculture is that farmers

  • The basic characteristic of subsistence agriculture is that farmers
  • 1. produce mostly staple crops to sell
  • 2. sell large portions of their crops at the market price
  • 3. produce crops mainly for their own immediate use
  • 4. produce crops according to government orders

The basic characteristic of subsistence agriculture is that farmers

  • The basic characteristic of subsistence agriculture is that farmers
  • 1. produce mostly staple crops to sell
  • 2. sell large portions of their crops at the market price
  • 3. produce crops mainly for their own immediate use
  • 4. produce crops according to government orders

The slash-and-burn method of farming has traditionally been used in tropical regions because it

  • The slash-and-burn method of farming has traditionally been used in tropical regions because it
  • 1. quickly clears a heavily forested area
  • 2. leads to a long-term increase in basic food production
  • 3. is the main way to increase the production of crops for export
  • 4. supports large-scale commercial agriculture over a long period of time

The slash-and-burn method of farming has traditionally been used in tropical regions because it

  • The slash-and-burn method of farming has traditionally been used in tropical regions because it
  • 1. quickly clears a heavily forested area
  • 2. leads to a long-term increase in basic food production
  • 3. is the main way to increase the production of crops for export
  • 4. supports large-scale commercial agriculture over a long period of time

The economic system that existed in medieval Europe is known as

  • The economic system that existed in medieval Europe is known as
  •     
  • capitalism          
  • feudalism     
  • manorialism    
  • mercantilism

The economic system that existed in medieval Europe is known as

  • The economic system that existed in medieval Europe is known as
  •     
  • capitalism          
  • feudalism     
  • manorialism    
  • mercantilism

Which statement best describes the economy in Latin America during colonial times?

  • Which statement best describes the economy in Latin America during colonial times?
  • 1. Little direct trade existed between Latin American and European nations.
  • 2. European nations practiced a mercantilistic system in Latin America.
  • 3. Few Latin Americans were interested in economic development.
  • 4. The United States greatly influenced economic decision making in Latin America.

Which statement best describes the economy in Latin America during colonial times?

  • Which statement best describes the economy in Latin America during colonial times?
  • 1. Little direct trade existed between Latin American and European nations.
  • 2. European nations practiced a mercantilistic system in Latin America.
  • 3. Few Latin Americans were interested in economic development.
  • 4. The United States greatly influenced economic decision making in Latin America.

The concept of mercantilism is best illustrated by the

  • The concept of mercantilism is best illustrated by the
  • 1. political structure of China during the Chou dynasty
  • 2. social kinship system of the Ashanti people
  • 3. military strategies of the armies of the Roman Empire
  • 4. economic relationship between Spain and its Latin American colonies

The concept of mercantilism is best illustrated by the

  • The concept of mercantilism is best illustrated by the
  • 1. political structure of China during the Chou dynasty
  • 2. social kinship system of the Ashanti people
  • 3. military strategies of the armies of the Roman Empire
  • 4. economic relationship between Spain and its Latin American colonies

The Commercial Revolution helped lead to the Industrial Revolution because during the Commercial Revolution

  • The Commercial Revolution helped lead to the Industrial Revolution because during the Commercial Revolution
  • 1. the barter system was instituted
  • 2. new forms of business were developed
  • 3. socialism was introduced to Europe
  • 4. subsistence agriculture was promoted

The Commercial Revolution helped lead to the Industrial Revolution because during the Commercial Revolution

  • The Commercial Revolution helped lead to the Industrial Revolution because during the Commercial Revolution
  • 1. the barter system was instituted
  • 2. new forms of business were developed
  • 3. socialism was introduced to Europe
  • 4. subsistence agriculture was promoted

GLOBAL ISSUES

  • GLOBAL ISSUES
    • Can appear
      • in multiple choice questions
      • in Essays
        • Thematic
        • DBQ

GLOBAL ISSUES

  • Human Rights (Civil Liberties)
  • Overpopulation
  • disease
  • desertification
  • deforestation
  • Pollution … air, water, & land
  • nuclear proliferation (nuclear weapons)
  • Ancient Egyptian enslavement of Hebrews and Ancient Rome’s persecution of Christians are examples of
  • 1. polytheism
  • 2. dynamic foreign policy 3. human rights violations
  • 4. monotheism
  • Ancient Egyptian enslavement of Hebrews and Ancient Rome’s persecution of Christians are examples of
  • 1. polytheism
  • 2. dynamic foreign policy 3. human rights violations
  • 4. monotheism
  • Which problem in the savanna regions of Africa is caused by population pressures and overuse of the land?
  • 1. rain forest destruction
  • 2. desertification
  • 3. air pollution
  • 4. flooding
  • Which problem in the savanna regions of Africa is caused by population pressures and overuse of the land?
  • 1. rain forest destruction
  • 2. desertification
  • 3. air pollution
  • 4. flooding
  • HINT: desertification = soil erosion … to become a desert
  • During the late 20th century, in which area did deforestation become a serious problem?
  • 1. Great European Plain
  • 2. Amazon Basin
  • 3. Deccan Plateau
  • 4. Great Rift Valley
  • During the late 20th century, in which area did deforestation become a serious problem?
  • 1. Great European Plain
  • 2. Amazon Basin
  • 3. Deccan Plateau
  • 4. Great Rift Valley
  • HINT: … Another term for “deforestation” = cutting down rainforests
  • Deforestation, acid rain, and the greenhouse effect are major world problems that indicate a need for
  • 1. cooperation between nations to reduce pollution and environmental destruction
  • 2. the development of mass transit systems in developing nations
  • 3. an increase in the worldwide production of oil
  • 4. a reduction in crop production in some areas of the world
  • Deforestation, acid rain, and the greenhouse effect are major world problems that indicate a need for
  • 1. cooperation between nations to reduce pollution and environmental destruction
  • 2. the development of mass transit systems in developing nations
  • 3. an increase in the worldwide production of oil
  • 4. a reduction in crop production in some areas of the world
  • HINT: … Multiple term question all relating to “AIR POLLUTION

For more practice & review material Please go to our course website: http://www.nfamrjoyce.com

  • For more practice & review material Please go to our course website: http://www.nfamrjoyce.com

REMINDER Global 9 Final Exam ? DAY - June ? , 2015 & ? DAY - June ? , 2015 Report Time .... Regular class period your regular Global 9 classroom

  • QUESTIONS: email me: jjoyce@necsd.net

Download 10.37 Mb.

Share with your friends:
1   ...   7   8   9   10   11   12   13   14   15




The database is protected by copyright ©sckool.org 2020
send message

    Main page