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China

Southwest Asia

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Introduction

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Personal correspondence is an example. A diary is an example too.


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What is a primary source?


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This map shows geographic features like mountains.


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What is a physical map?


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These seasonal winds helped traders travel in the Indian Ocean.


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What are monsoons?


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It occurs when a farmer produces just enough food for his family’s use.


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What is subsistence farming?


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It typically occurs in rain forests or wooded areas. A farmer cuts and burns forests and woodlands to create agricultural fields and uses the ashes to fertilize the soil.

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What is slash and burn farming?


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He was an Indian nationalist. He believed in breaking unjust laws (civil disobedience), boycotting British goods, and satyagraha or truth-force.


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Who is Mohandas K. Gandhi?


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This empire is associated with advances in mathematics and science as well as the preservation of Hindu traditions.


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What is the Gupta Empire?


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This Mughal emperor of the Indian subcontinent was known for his policy of religious toleration.


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Who is Akbar the Great?


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This company monopolized trade and even ruled much of the subcontinent but when it failed to stop the Sepoy Mutiny, power was transferred to the British crown.


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What is the British East India Company?


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This land has caused tensions between two nuclear powers: India and Pakistan.


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What is Kashmir?


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The Communists adopted this policy to address overpopulation in China.


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What is the One-Child Policy?


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Like Gorbachev, this Chinese leader introduced free-market reforms. Unlike Gorbachev, he did not introduce democratic reforms.


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Who is Deng Xiaoping?


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After the failure of the Great Leap Forward, Mao punished his critics and enemies in the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution with the help of these students.


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Who are the Red Guards?


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Pro-democracy students gathered in this square. Deng Xiaoping ordered the army to stop the protests.


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What is Tiananmen Square?


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Like Confucianism, this philosophy developed during the Age of Warring States but it emphasized nature and living naturally.


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What is Daoism (Taoism)?


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They developed cuneiform, an early writing system. They built ziggurats or temples. They lived in Mesopotamia and developed an early civilization.


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Who are the Sumerians?


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This Turkish nationalist promoted modernization and secularization. He even banned the fez.


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Who is Mustafa Kemal Atatürk ?


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During this 1979 revolution, the Shah was removed from power and Ayatollah Khomeini rose to power.


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What is the Iranian Revolution?


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By the early 1900s, it was known as the “Sick Man of Europe” – this once powerful multinational empire that had controlled the Eastern Mediterranean.


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What is the Ottoman Empire?


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During the 1970s, this organization greatly reduced the supply of oil and thereby increased the price of oil in those countries that had supported Israel in its Yom Kippur War.


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What is OPEC (the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries)?


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The collapse of this empire led to the start of the Middle Ages and the rise of feudalism and the manor system.


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What is the Roman Empire?


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This formerly Eastern Roman Empire preserved Greek and Roman learning and its missionaries introduced Orthodox Christianity and the Cyrillic alphabet to Russia.


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What is the Byzantine Empire?


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This document was signed in 1215 in England. It limited the power of the king.


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What is Magna Carta?


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It created significant labor shortages. It spread on trade routes. It weakened the feudal system.


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What is the Black Death?


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At this council, church officials decided to end the sale of indulgences and to establish a court known as the Inquisition to punish heretics.


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What is the Council of Trent?


This Jeopardy game was created by

(E. Napp)

This Jeopardy template was created by Dr. Robert Pettis, Director

An Adventure of the American Mind, University of South Carolina Spartanburg


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