Warm Up May 15 15 min to finish DBQ and LEQ DBQ CONCERNS Grouping if you struggle with grouping, try first but if you cant get it - just go through each document and describe, support, explain Support if you are worried about supporting the doc (relating it back to the question) just start every document by stating Doc 1 argues the Soviets started the Cold War because.. - this will make you relate it back to the document. POV and Purpose (Explain) Think of these as the same thing POV is for primary sources and Purpose
is for secondary but you are explaining what the author was trying to accomplish by writing what they did Timing you have no time to space out or to not being either reading the docs or writing DBQ Practice Who Started the Cold War? Doc 1 argues that the Soviets started the Cold War as it shows that Winston Churchill believed the Soviets had created an Iron curtain dividing eastern and western Europe. This division was caused by the Soviet influence over satellite nations. Churchill is showing that the Soviet desire to take over these nations has led to a division between communist and
non-communist nations. Doc 4 also puts blame on the Soviets by illustrating the Soviet response to NATO was to form the Warsaw Pact, which increased division and tensions between communist and noncommunist nations. Document 5 supports this argument that the Soviets are to blame as they used Cuba, a country close to the US, to place missiles and intimidate the US. Document Based Question (DBQ) First Paragraph Thesis and Context Next Three Paragraphs Grouping Paragraphs You need to RELATE EACH DOCUMENT BACK TO THE QUESTION BEING ASKED Conclusion Pick one of the three reasons
support with additional evidence DBQ: What caused the Protestant Reformation? Document 1 Source: Pope Gregory XI: The Condemnation of Wycliffe (1382), Gregory XI condemning John Wycliffe for questioning the Catholic Church. Wycliffe, an English theologian and reformer, was a precursor of the Protestant Reformation DESCRIBE THE DOCUMENT Document 1 shows Pope Gregory XI condemning John Wycliffe for questioning the Catholic Church.
ARE YOU GIVEN CREDIT FOR DESCRIBING DOCUMENT 1? NO DBQ: What caused the Protestant Reformation? Document 1 Source: Pope Gregory XI: The Condemnation of Wycliffe (1382), Gregory XI condemning John Wycliffe for questioning the Catholic Church. Wycliffe, an English theologian and reformer, was a precursor of the Protestant Reformation SUPPORT THE DOCUMENT Document 1 illustrates how people such as John Wycliffe felt that the Catholic Church was too focused on wealth and power and not focused on
teaching about God and the Bible. ARE YOU GIVEN CREDIT FOR DESCRIBING DOCUMENT 1? YES DBQ: What caused the Protestant Reformation? Document 1 Source: Pope Gregory XI: The Condemnation of Wycliffe (1382), Gregory XI condemning John Wycliffe for questioning the Catholic Church. Wycliffe, an English theologian and reformer, was a precursor of the Protestant Reformation SUPPORT THE DOCUMENT (RELATE BACK TO THE QUESTION) Followers of the Catholic Church saw that the Church was focused on its own wealth with the selling of
indulgences and church positions. The Reformation began as a way to fix these problems. ARE YOU GIVEN CREDIT FOR EXPLAINING DOCUMENT 1? YES DBQ: What caused the Protestant Reformation? Document 1 Source: Pope Gregory XI: The Condemnation of Wycliffe (1382), Gregory XI condemning John Wycliffe for questioning the Catholic Church. Wycliffe, an English
theologian and reformer, was a precursor of the Protestant Reformation EXPLAIN THE DOCUMENT (POV or PURPOSE) The POV of this document is from a Catholic priest which shows bias towards the Church since he is a member of it. Do you get credit for POV? No The POV of this document is from a Catholic priest attempting to defend the Church against any attacks. He is attempting to save the Church from losing followers DBQ: What caused the Protestant Reformation? DESCRIBE: Document 1 illustrates how people such as John Wycliffe felt that the Catholic Church was too
focused on wealth and power and not focused on teaching about God and the Bible. SUPPORT: Followers of the Catholic Church saw that the Church was focused on its own wealth with the selling of indulgences and church positions. The Reformation began as a way to fix these problems. EXPLAIN: The POV of this document is from a Catholic priest attempting to defend the Church against any attacks. He is attempting to save the Church from losing followers DBQ: What caused the Protestant Reformation? DESCRIBE: Document 3 shows Martin Luthers
criticisms against the Churchs selling of indulgences. SUPPORT: Followers of the Catholic Church were not happy that the Church sold these indulgences as it showed the Church was not focused on following its own doctrine and teaching about Gods forgiveness. The Reformation sought to change the Church so it would focus less on wealth and indulgences and more on God and the Bible. EXPLAIN: The purpose of Martin Luther in writing this document is to let the Church and its followers know that the Church needs to change and be more focused on God. Long Essay Question
Evaluate the extent to which the Crusades represented a turning point in Europe during the Middle Ages (historical skill: Causation) 1st Paragraph - Introduction Thesis respond directly to the question include two examples that you will discuss This is causation so one example should be a cause and one should be an effect Contextualization (3 sentences) What Were the Crusades? Who fought in them? Why were they fighting? What was happening before the Crusades, what happened as a result. 2nd Paragraph Go into detail use examples to support your first
example 3rd Paragraph go into detail use examples to support your second example 4th Paragraph - Conclusion Synthesis connect the cause or effect of the Crusades to a similar event in history AP WORLD HISTORY AP Exam Review QUESTION # 1 How did geographic features influence the diffusion
and settlement of both the Phoenician and Greek trades? A. Both had access to the Mediterranean Sea B. The monsoon winds made ocean travel easier C. The arid climate encouraged migration D. Russias rivers provided ease of travel QUESTION # 2 How did implementation of codified laws such as
the Code of Hammurabi affect the people of ancient societies? A It unified the various peoples and laws within the empire. B It reduced the authority of the king over the citizens. C It limited the role of government in the lives of citizens. D It established the separation of government and religion. QUESTION # 3 Which geographic features determined the
location of the early civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, China and India? A. oceans and coastlines B. rivers and valleys C. fertile soil and plains D. rainy seasons and forests QUESTION # 4 How did Pericles influence the functioning of Athenian government? A. He introduced representative democracy B. He expanded direct democracy to new classes of free men
C. He increased the salaries of government officials D. He greatly strengthened the authority of military leaders in society QUESTION # 5 In the Middle Ages, European monarchs claimed to rule by divine right. What purpose was served by this claim? A. It enabled the separation of church of state
B. It enabled rulers to seize church lands C. It demonstrated that religion was stronger than political power D. It strengthened the monarchs authority to rule QUESTION # 6 How did the printing revolution contribute to increase global interaction? A. By making texts available to broader audiences, leading to the spread of new ideas B. By creating interchangeable parts that made repairing the printing press easier C. By mass producing the press to make it available to small towns D. By using color to gain the interest of more people
QUESTION # 7 Effects of the Plague (Black Death) Europe lost a third of its population. Labor shortages brought higher wages for many workers. Peasants left their manors, weakening the feudal system. QUESTION # 7 Which conclusion about effects of the plague can be drawn
from the listed information? A Catastrophic events can trigger changes in human institutions. B Tragic events strengthen religion as people seek answers in their faith. C People seek the comfort of traditional, familiar ways following traumatic events. D Societies flourish during many types of disasters and epidemics. QUESTION # 8 Which is an effect of European exploration of the Americas? A Germany extended its New World empire.
B Spain dominated North and South America. C Africans were enslaved to work in mines and on plantations. D American Indians maintained resistance to African and Eurasian diseases. QUESTION # 9 What was a significant result of European exploration through the Columbian Exchange? A Europeans became dependent on crops from America.
B The bubonic plague spread throughout Europe. C European diseases caused millions of deaths among American Indians. D Raw materials from America became very expensive due to scarcity. QUESTION # 10 How did the new ideas and scientific advances of the
Renaissance challenge the Catholic Church? A New Renaissance universities, which emphasized scientific research, gave most citizens educational opportunities that challenged the religious institutions. B Individualism and humanist ideas from the Renaissance challenged citizens to seek answers for themselves rather than from religious institutions. C New merchant guilds formed by the middle class owed allegiance to the leaders of the Renaissance rather than the Catholic Church. D Feudal noble landowners accepted the scientific advances of the Renaissance that were supported by the Catholic Church. QUESTION # 11 Which was an environmental effect of the
process of early industrialization? A the introduction of smallpox to American Indians B the diffusion of new animal and plant species to Afro-Eurasia C the process of desertification in Africa and Asia D the widespread deforestation in Europe and North America QUESTION # 12 Timeline of Japan from 1850 to 1910: 1853 - Commodore Perry of the United
States ends Japanese isolation 1868 - Meiji Restoration 1870s - Japanese government develops manufacturing and railroad industries 1872 - Western dress enforced for government ceremonies 1905 - Japan wins the Russo-Japanese War 1910 - Japan annexes Korea
QUESTION # 12 What conclusion about Japan is supported by the timeline above? A Japan stopped farming rice. B Japan industrialized and became imperialistic. C Japan engaged in wars with western Europe. D Japan became economically competitive with Britain. QUESTION # 13 International Violence Before WWII
Japan invades Manchuria - 1931 Italy invades Ethiopia - 1935 Japan invades China - 1937 Germany annexes Czechoslovakia - 1939 Germany invades Poland 1939 QUESTION # 13 Using the information provided in the timeline above, which historical conclusion can be drawn about the cause of World
War II? A Military alliances created many obligations to engage in wars. B The Nazi Party dominated politics in many European nations. C The United Nations was too weak to prevent the spread of totalitarianism. D Some nations were aggressive and imperialistic in their efforts to expand. QUESTION # 14 How did British taxes on salt contribute to the growth of
Indian nationalism? A The tax triggered violence against the Salt March, which inspired a wider civil disobedience movement in India. B The resistance against the tax on salt required Indian national forces to stop the rebellion. C The imposition of the tax demonstrated that India was not capable of self-government due to the lack of native leadership. D The tax demonstrated the absolute control exercised by the British as colonial rulers in India. QUESTION # 15 How did Mikhail Gorbachevs policies of Glasnost and
Perestroika affect the Soviet Union? A The power of the Soviet Unions Communist Party was strengthened. B Many Soviet citizens demanded more economic and political freedom. C Soviet powers were centralized under a totalitarian dictator. D The Soviet Union increased its influence in the nations of Eastern Europe. QUESTION # 16 Twentieth-Century International Developments Berlin Blockade (1948)
Cuban Missile Crisis (1962) Brezhnev Doctrine (1968) How did the developments above affect international politics? A. They inspired the creation of the United Nations. B. They intensified Cold War conflicts and tensions. C. They started cooperation between the United States and the former Soviet Union. D. They represented a global preference for democratic values, institutions, and governments. QUESTION # 17 How was European society affected by the Crusades? A. Access to Asian luxury goods was severely limited by war.
B. Invading Islamic armies destroyed farms and cities. C. Importation of Asian luxury goods created a greater interest in trade. D. Peasant rebellions diminished as the power of the Church grew. QUESTION # 18 We, Wilhelm, by the grace of God King of Prussia, do herewith declare that we have considered it a duty to our common fatherland to answer the summons of the united German princes and cities and to accept the German imperial title. In consequence, we and our successors on the throne
of Prussia will henceforth bear the imperial title in all our relations and in all the business of the German Empire, and we hope to God that the German nation will be granted the ability to fashion a propitious future for the fatherland under the symbol of its ancient glory. Kaiser Wilhelm I, The Imperial Proclamation, January 1871 QUESTION #18 What ideology is present in the proclamation of Wilhelm I? A socialism B militarism C nationalism
D globalism QUESTION # 19 Capitalism a social political-economic system characterized by individual or corporate ownership of capital goods, by investments that are determined by private decision, and by prices, production, and the distribution of goods that are determined mainly by competition in a free market Socialism a political-economic system of social organization in which the means of producing and distributing goods is owned collectively by the community and is administered and distributed by a centralized government
QUESTION # 19 Which statement differentiates capitalism from socialism? A. Capitalism requires redistributing resources from the rich to the poor; socialism requires government distribution of resources. B. Capitalist employment is directed by the government; socialist employment is directed by individual initiative. C. Capitalist pricing is based on competition; socialist prices are determined by market forces. D. Capitalism requires individualism and competition; socialism requires governmental planning to distribute resources.
QUESTION # 20 The Indian nationalist, Mahatma Gandhi, advocated the swadeshi movement as a protest against British rule in India in the first half of the twentieth century. The movement stressed the manufacture of Indian goods at home, especially homespun cloth, as opposed to buying British manufactured goods. Why did Indians decide to use this strategy? A. to make it less profitable for the British to exploit India through colonial trade B. to prevent the British from establishing a
monopoly in the cotton industry C. to prepare for the British to abandon India as a colony D. to limit British control of Indias domestic politics AP Exam Thursday May 17 Starts at 7:45 go to the media center as early as you can its usually open around 7:30
Need to bring your own pencils Review as much as you can so you ready to go for the Multiple Choice review the study guide, review notes and the SPICE chart we made for Periods 1-3 Take your time but keep an eye on your time know how much time you have left for each section Dont stress out about this exam, relax and everyone in here is going to do great If you have any questions, about anything, email me before the exam, I will email you right back
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