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World History AP/ Period Iv Assessment Topic review. Period III Review activity. As you see the general topics from the Period IV Assessment, create a three category paper on your desk by folding a sheet of paper.

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World history ap period iv assessment topic review
World History AP/ Period IvAssessment Topic review


Period iii review activity
Period IIIReview activity

As you see the general topics from the Period IV Assessment, create a three category paper on your desk by folding a sheet of paper.

Label each of the three sections: “Know It,” “Kinda” and “Not Really”. To play the game you must place the topic of the Exam question in one of the three categories.

Following the list, you should meet with your Color/Shape group and see if you can move them from the “Not Really” to the “Know it!” category thru discussion with your peers in your group.


Period iv review
Period IV REVIEW

  • European world trade

  • Slave trade – Portuguese, Dutch

  • Columbian Exchange

  • Impact on natives

    • Columbian Exchange impact on natives

  • Mughal Empire before 1700

    • Connection to Akbar


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Period IV REVIEW

  • Ottoman Empire before 1700

  • Population trends in China

  • Population trends in Europe

  • Justification for the “early modern era”

  • Initial interactions between Europeans and Natives

    • Spanish Empire in the Aztec and Incas

    • Spanish empire economy


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Period IV REVIEW

  • Spread of Catholicism

  • European motives for exploration

  • European colonial empires in the Americas

    • Similarities and differences

    • Treatment of natives

  • Atlantic slave trade V slavery in world history

  • Positives and Negatives of slave trade on women in Africa

  • Slavery in Latin America

  • Slavery in South America

  • Slavery in North America


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Period IV REVIEW

  • Chinese expansion and impact on nomads

  • Russian expansion and impact on nomads

  • Russian expansion westward

  • The Great Dying

  • Impact of the domestication of animals in North America

  • Silver and its role in international commerce

  • Silver and global economy

  • Economy of British in North America

  • British East India Company V Dutch East India Company


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Period IV REVIEW

  • Japanese shoguns towards Europeans

  • North American fur trade – characteristics

  • Why European interest in Indian Ocean? Why initially Portuguese?

  • Impact of Protestant Reformation on women

  • Wahhabi Movement

  • Characteristics of Sikhism

  • Birth of the Scientific Revolution – when, where, why

  • Syncretic Religions and European reaction

  • Martin Luther to Christianity

  • Wang Yangmin to Confucianism


Period i review
Period I Review

  • Characteristics of a Paleolithic society

  • Pacific voyages vs. other human migrations


Period ii review
Period II Review

  • Germanic interactions with the Roman Empire

  • Collapse of the Western Roman Empire


Period iii review
Period III Review

  • Travels and views of IbnBattuta

  • Interactions between China and Korea

  • Impact of Indian Ocean trade and China

  • Similarities and differences between the Incas and Aztecs

  • Impact of China on Indian Buddhism (Indian Buddhism in China)


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