Historical Periodization: Breakdown of units by date, theme, and color.
Period Title: Date Range: Folder Color/Theme:
Period 1: Technological & To 600 B.C.E. GREEN: Environmental Transformations Agriculture Period 2: Organization & Reorganization 600 B.C.E to 600 C.E PURPLE: of Human Societies Classical Empires Period 3: Regional & Transregional 600 C.E. to 1450 C.E. YELLOW: Interactions Deserts & Plains Period 4: Global Interactions 1450 C.E. to 1750 C.E. BLUE: Maritime & Exploration Period 5: Industrialization & 1750 C.E. to 1900 C.E. Orange: Global Integration Explosions, Revolutions, & Imperialism Period 6: Accelerating Global Change 1900 C.E. to the Present RED: & Realignments Blood & War
Here are good countries to memorize within each AP region. North Africa: Egypt, Libya, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco West Africa: Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, Togo, Benin East Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Somalia, Ethiopia, Mozambique Central Africa: Congo, Rwanda, Sudan Southern Africa: Angola, Republic of South Africa, Zimbabwe Middle East: Turkey, Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq Central Asia: Russia, Kazakhstan East Asia: China, Japan, Korea South Asia: India, Pakistan, Afghanistan Southeast Asia: Thailand, Viet Nam, Laos, Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippines Latin America: Mexico, Honduras, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Cuba
SPICE: Need a refresher on what each letter stands for or means...
Writing Practice: Done in class 1/24: Examine each bullet. In your notes mark what part of the rubric the student is trying to score a point on. Either contextualization, thesis, evidence, or analysis. Then decide if the student earned the point or not and be able to explain why or why not.