Themes, Periods, and Skills

Themes, Periods, and Skills

WELCOME BACK AP World History Orientation ORIENTATION DAY 1: CLASS FOUNDATION DAY 2: COURSE FOUNDATION TODAY Seats and namesPersonal Introductions REMIND Website & Email

Textbook Orders DAY 1 Expectations Behavior Mind-set Your academic structure Summer Assessments Seats & Names

[email protected] Name you want to be called [email protected] Hometown [email protected] Pets, Travel, Something few people know [email protected]



Website & E-Mail addresses Textbooks order yours today y_High Staff directory Joseph Hill advanced-placement/world-history-ap-exam.html in stock September 15

[email protected] EXPECTATIONS 1) Behavior class room rules & consequences * phones, charging, etc. this is your warning & SI Pass Room 100 * be on time, be present (the gift and power of this moment) 2) Mind Set mental toughness, perseverance * this will get you through the tough times ahead * dealing with stress depressed and anxious: the Power of Right Now 3) Academic Structure What do you really mean when you say I studied?

* Time management * Functional Workspace BREAKOUT Reflect and write on your slip Find 2 or 3 others, share & discuss Define Studying IDEAL Workplace Typical nightly AMOUNT of time spent studying Things that get in the way

Ideal Work Space * You need a place where you can do your best school work. It is not always quiet, but is always dependable. * Eliminate distractions. Put away the phone for say, 30 minutes, then come back to it if needed. * Have all necessary materials. Your workspace is organized will all the tools you need. Check these out tonight: (short & quick)

Time Management * First step is to create a list of all the demands on your time -- Then prioritize them This will give you a much better feel for what needs to be done and the time it will take * There is power in completing something and checking it off! Check these out tonight: space/ (QUIET space preferences) 8tnz-uv8 &&view=detail&mid=DA3F9C704E5177088ED1DA3F9C704E5177088ED1 &&FORM=VRDGAR 013/12/20/time-management-101-stop-ma naging-time/#67c16dd324f9 (article)

(WHAP way) (history of world in 2 minutes) of world in 2:45lighter) (history SUMMER ASSESSMENTS

8 GEOGRAPHICAL REGIONS Where is Europe? Page 1 Find someone who does not have a name for a region. Write their name down on that line. ORIENTATION DAY 2

REFLECT * * Website * TEXTBOOK ordersdone yet? * Expectations -behavior/cell phones in class -Mind set: Growth, Perseverance, Mindfulness & the Moment -Your academic structure: got your Ideal Work space? Manage your time, reduce your stress Summer assessmentslets finish up now THEMES, PERIODS, AND SKILLS

six themes, Nine units, and Six historical skills needed to pass the AP Exam SIX HISTORICAL THEMES Humans and the Environment (ENV) Cultural Developments & Interactions (CDI) Governance (GOV) Economic Systems (ECON) Social Interactions & Organizations (SOC) Technology and Innovation (TEC)

HUMANS AND THE ENVIRONMENT (ENV) Fundamental theme in World History The environment not only shaped human societies, human societies also affected the environment Before human migration led to the peopling of the earth, they interacted as hunters, foragers, fishermen, and later farmers or pastorals Environmental factors such as rainfall patterns, climate, and available flora and fauna have also impacted life in different regions Human impact only intensified as populations grew and people began migrating

CULTURAL DEVELOPMENTS AND INTERACTIONS (CDI) Explore the origins, uses, dissemination, and adaptation of ideas, beliefs, and knowledge within societies. Studying dominant belief system(s) or religions, philosophical interests and technical and artistic approaches to see how major groups view each other Comparing social cultures to reveal what is both unique to a culture and what is shares with other cultures Analyze and trace particular cultural trends or ideas across human societies GOVERNANCE (GOV) Understanding the processes by which hierarchical systems of rule

have been constructed and maintained and the conflicts brought about by them Organizational and cultural foundations of long-term stability and the internal and external causes of conflict Discuss various forms of state development and expansion through various production strategies and cultural and ideological foundation. Discuss different types of states, while also exploring interstate relations, warfare, diplomacy, and the formation of international organizations ECONOMIC SYSTEMS (ECN) Survey the divers patterns and systems that human societies have developed as they exploit their environments to

produce, distribute, and consume desired goods and services across time and space. Discuss patterns of trade and commerce between various societies Influence of cultural and technological diffusion, migration, state formation, social classes, and human interaction with the environment Discuss the development of various labor systems and economic systems SOCIAL INTERACTIONS AND ORGANIZATION (SIO) Focuses on relations among human beings. Discuss how human societies develop ways of grouping members

Analyze the processes of how social categories, roles, and practices were created Discuss connections between changes in social structures and other historical shifts TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION (TEC) Human adaptation of nature has provided tools giving us a huge advantage Innovation of ideas continues to compound, from simple to complex, and increasing speed TEC results in increased efficiency, comfort, and security TEC advances have shaped human development & interactions with both intended and unintended consequences

GET TO KNOW THE 6 THEMES OF WHAP GROUP ASSIGNMENT 1. I will assign each group one of the 6 themes. The person with the black marker will write the theme at the top of the paper. Other members choose different colored markers and write your name (small) at the bottom of the page. Introduce yourself to the group as you complete #1.

2. First, talk about the theme and what it means. Talk about examples of it in real life (now or in the past). Examples can be global or local (community, school, home). NO USING ELECTRONIC DEVICES! Talk and help each other. 3. Once you have decided on examples (one for each member), have the member write it on the paper.

Examples must be SPECIFIC! For example, ENV=When the Cuyahoga River caught fire cuz of water pollution GOV=GHS principal and asst. principals Use bulleted phrases or words 4. Each group will show their examples to the class and explain why they fit the theme. Decide who will talk: everyone does their own?

one person explains all? a few speak for the group? copy them or take pics for your reference later. NINE HISTORICAL UNITS; FOUR CHRONOLOGICAL ERAS ERA 1 1. The Global Tapestry: overview of the major cultural traditions 12001450

2. Networks of Exchange: trade over land and water, & the Mongol Empire, create large cultural connections ERA 2 14501750 ERA 3 17501900 ERA 4 1900present 3. Land-Based Empires: dominant Asian, African, European, and American empires dominate world history 4. Transoceanic Connections: new technology leads to global exploration, establishing unprecedented trade and cultural connections

5. Revolutions: major political and industrial changes establish the basis for the modern world 6. Consequences of Industrialization: economic and political gaps begin and mans impact on the environment accelerates 7. Global Conflict: World War and global depression lead to a shift in power 8. Cold War & Decolonization: Ideology defines a Superpower conflict, and scores of new nations are formed as Europe loses its colonies 9. Globalization: technology allows for a global diffusion of economics, culture, and disease SIX HISTORICAL THINKING SKILLS (HTS) Skill 1: Developments and Processes Skill 2: Sourcing and Situation Skill3: Claims and Evidence in Sources

Skill4: Contextualization Skill 5: Making Connections use historical reasoning processes, such as comparison, causation, continuity and change Skill 6: Argumentation SKILLS 2 & 3: ANALYZING EVIDENCE: CONTENT AND SOURCING Explain the relevance of the authors point of view, purpose, historical situation, and/or audience Make and support a claim by showing understanding of a primary source Compare the arguments or main ideas of two sources

SKILL 6: ARGUMENTATION Make a historically defensible claim in the form of a clear and compelling thesis Support a historical argument using historical evidence within a specific reasoning process Corroborate, qualify, or modify and argument using evidence to make a new argument REASONING PROCESSES Comparison Causation * Describe similarities and/or

differences between different historical developments or processes Describe causes and/or effects of a specific historical development or process * EXPLAIN the sims/diffs and the significance of sims/diffs between historical developments or processes EXPLAIN the relationship, or

difference, between causes and effects of specific historical developments or processes Continuity & Change Describe patterns of continuity and/or change over time EXPLAIN patterns, or significance, of specific historical developments in relation to a larger pattern of continuity and/or change

Get out this from yesterday. Now do the same thing for Page 2 8 GEOGRAPHICAL REGIONS

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