Know the key components of what makes a society. Know what role writing plays in the formation of civilizations.
How did the ability of humans to adapt to their environment impact the development of complex institutions and the building of civilization?
Students understand … How humans have impacted the environment. How environmental factors influenced human migration and settlements. Why the development of agriculture directly impacted the beginnings of civilization.
How complex institutions brought people together through trade or divided people through war. Why have humans migrated from their regions of origin? I How have humans adapted their technology and culture to new regions? I How did the Neolithic Revolution lead to the development of more complex economic and social systems?
I How did agriculture and pastoralism begin to transform human societies? II Why did civilization develop in highly developed agricultural zones? II How did culture help to unify states?
Why is understanding primary sources useful in answering historical questions? How does comparing and contrasting events, individuals and processes over time and across time periods help us to construct a better understanding of historic developments?
Why is chronology and geography essential to contextualizing history? To what extent does understanding a historical issue provide insight to events that occurring today?
Can evaluating causation provide an opportunity for historical contingency? How does evaluating the process of continuity and change over time relate to bigger historical questions? To what extent can history be organized into discrete periods of time?
How can relevant evidence help to drive an argument?
How did a debate help you or hurt you in developing your own perspective? How was your writing able to express your understanding of historical context? How did evaluating primary sources assist your understanding of the time period? Agriculture and pastoralism began to transform human societies. The first states emerged in core civilizations in Mesopotamia and the Nile River Valley.
Culture played a significant role in unifying states through laws, language, literature, religion, myths and monumental art. Neolithicarcheological grab bag, gallery walk of cave art paintings Summative: Activities and tasks, Linked to guiding questions and standards, Describe what the students will do and why… Students will… 1.
Evaluate and distinguish between different images of technology, art and architecture from early settlements and civilizations. Predict the development of societies by completing the Archeological Grab Bag activity and the semantic map for Early Stages of Human Development.
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This is a quiz called AP World History Unit 1 Map and was created by member rkkrason Login. classical civilizations are important topics in AP World History due to the impact of these civilizations. Classical civilizations include the Zhou, Qin, and Han dynasties of China, the Mauryan and Gupta dynasties of India, the Persian Empire, the Greek citystates, Alexander the .
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The Agricultural Revolution The first major world event studied in AP World History is the Agricultural Revolution. advanced technology. the origin of monotheism The only example of something that originated outside the culture that used it is the Greek alphabet.
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