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Ron Schooler

Ron Schooler

Change & Continuity Over Time Essay Question Practice, Part II

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Table of Contents

I. Introduction to AP World History
Introduction

9m 59s

Intro
0:00
What Can We Do For You
0:22
Get A 5?
0:38
AP World History Course Description
1:28
What Can World History Do For You?
3:22
Learn To Love And Appreciate Your Heritage
3:32
Career Will Be More Multi-ethnic
4:38
Jobs Require Thinking Skill
5:19
Employers Want Workers Who Can Think And Write
5:40
Meet Fascinating Personalities
6:26
Work With Me On Educator.com
8:02
Your Score Will Improve
8:13
Fun Along The Way
8:42
Next Session
9:20
Basic Geography
9:23
Basic Geography

26m 47s

Intro
0:00
AP World Geography
0:20
Common Language About Place
0:24
AP Exam Uses These Terms
0:43
Learn-Recall
2:27
Let's Start With A World Map
3:11
This Is Easier
3:40
What Roles Do Physical Features Play
3:44
What Role Does Human Nature Play
4:05
Showing Biomes- Afro-Eurasia
4:38
Showing Altitude
5:41
Geographic Areas Of Africa
6:12
North Africa
6:30
Sub-Saharan Africa
6:34
North Africa
7:02
Sahara Affects North Africa
7:19
Mediterranean Affects North Africa
7:24
West Africa
7:58
Shows The Whole Continent
8:40
East Africa
9:35
Shows The Whole Continent
10:16
Central Africa
10:24
Shows The Whole Continent
10:45
Southern Africa
10:59
Shows The Whole Continent
11:25
Southeast Asia
11:40
South Asia
12:32
East Asia
12:51
Central Asia
13:29
The Americas
14:08
North America
14:45
Latin America
15:30
Starts At Mexico
15:35
The Caribbean
16:07
The Middle East
16:41
Europe
17:57
Oceania
20:49
AP World Areas To Know
21:45
Is This The World
22:54
Map-Representation Of The World
23:01
True Or False?
23:18
Can't Say Maps Are Unbiased
23:30
Isolated Development
23:42
Why Are China And India So Different
23:56
True Or False?
24:55
Do Humans Affect The Environment/Environment Affect Humans
24:58
Both True
25:16
Geography Has Large Affect On People
25:34
Our Next Session
24:41
Themes
25:54
Themes, Part I

25m 27s

Intro
0:00
AP World History Is About
0:30
Interaction
0:42
Comparison
1:42
Change And Continuity
2:00
Thinking Skills
2:23
Evidence Based Communication Skills
2:53
Understanding Others In Their Own Terms
3:59
Riding Fine Line Between Content And Skills
4:57
AP History Redesign
6:03
Less Memorization, More Learning And Thinking Skills
6:27
Dig Deep In Some Areas
7:27
AP World History Themes
8:21
Theme
8:29
Something That Permeates The Whole
8:26
Something That Is Repeated
9:02
Something That Ties The Larger Work Together
9:23
More Implicit Than Explicit
9:41
Theme Determined
10:54
Listen To data
11:02
Propose
11:06
Debate
11:11
For Now (Open To Revision)
11:17
Repeat
11:27
Example: How Do You Know A Dog When You See One?
11:40
Clues In The Background
12:29
Overriding Theme
12:34
Start, Going Someplace?
12:53
Overarching Theme
13:25
Better?
13:30
Worse?
13:56
World Historians Are Leery
14:18
Theme I
15:16
Humans Interact With Environment
15:20
I. Humans Interact With The Environment
15:30
Demography And Disease
15:35
Disease- Especially Epidemic
16:14
Migration
17:26
Why Are There People Everywhere
17:29
I. Humans Interact With The Environment
18:05
Patterns Of Settlement
18:08
Technology
18:18
Technology
18:28
Stirrup
18:40
Theme II
19:02
Development And Interaction Of Cultures
19:07
II. Development And Interaction Of Cultures
20:35
Religions
20:39
Religions
20:41
II. Development And Interaction Of Cultures
21:04
Philosophies And Ideologies
21:09
Theme III
22:27
State Building, Expansion, And Conflict
22:35
III. State Building, Expansion, And Conflict
23:02
Political Structures And Forms Of Governance
23:05
Empires
23:11
Nations And Nationalism
23:20
Revolutions
23:26
Regional, Trans-regional
23:37
UN General Assembly Hall
23:50
AP World History Themes
24:27
Themes, Part II

41m 41s

Intro
0:00
AP World History Themes
0:17
Humans Interact With The Environment
0:27
Development And Interaction Of Cultures
0:51
State Building, Expansion, And Conflict
3:14
Theme IV
6:55
Creation, Expansion, Interaction Of Economic Systems
7:00
Agriculture And Pastoralism
17:18
Trade And Commerce
8:00
Labor Systems
9:04
Nepali Girl Working In A Brick Factory
9:11
Theme IV
11:32
Industrialism
11:38
Industrialism
11:44
Industrialism-Point Of View
12:04
Romanticizing
12:22
Theme IV
14:28
Capitalism And Socialism
14:30
Theme V
15:36
Development And Transformation Of Social Structure
15:47
Gender Roles
16:00
Gender Roles-Analysis
16:49
Intended Audience
18:13
Another Family Picture
19:01
Father Runs Things
21:29
Nuclear Family
23:15
Theme V
24:32
Family And Kinship
24:36
Racial And Ethnic Constructions
25:19
Race In Brazil- Analysis
26:37
Theme V
28:01
Social And Economic Classes
28:11
Lower Class In 1890s New York
28:17
Upper Class New York
29:08
Descendants Of Vanderbilt
29:51
Any Idea As To These Guys Descendants
30:39
People Ought Not To Live Like This
31:09
Theme V
32:16
Check-up: True Or False
32:33
Objectively By Historians
32:45
Every Era Of History
33:44
Generalizations
34:10
Pathogens
34:27
Consensus Of World History
35:05
Globalism
35:37
Dictated By Nature?
37:40
Biology
38:24
AP World History Themes
39:20
Environment
30:29
Cultures
30:34
State-Building
39:37
Economic Systems
40:01
Development Of Social Structures
40:13
The Four Historical Thinking Skills

33m 19s

Intro
0:00
What Are Thinking Skills?
0:42
What Influences Our Opinions And Beliefs
1:15
Family
1:17
Teachers
1:55
What We Learn In School
2:00
Religions
2:33
Temple To Rama, India
2:43
Our View Of Reality Is Filtered
3:20
Being Notions
4:05
Why Learn Thinking Skills
4:10
What Kind Of Person Do You Want To Be
4:25
Accepts, Does Not Question
4:30
Ask Questions, Seeks Answers
4:39
The Dangers Of Thinking Skills
5:40
What Happened To Socrates
5:55
Thinking Involves Our Brain
7:34
Fast Way
7:50
Slow Way
7:52
Why Is Critical Thinking Underused
9:06
Work, Lazy
9:13
Difficult To Learn
10:05
Advertisers, Politicians, Swindlers Use It Against Us
10:35
Benefit Life From Learning And Using Skills
11:22
I. Crafting Historical Arguments From Historical Evidence
11:26
Arguments-Carefully Constructed Reasons
12:57
Evidence Consists Of Events, Documents, Geography, Reasoning
13:09
Gender Roles In Europe In The Late 18th Century
14:17
Patriarchal Family Is Ideal
16:03
II. Chronological Reasoning
17:25
Historical Causation
17:37
Continuity And Change Over Time
19:39
Patterns
20:12
Periodization
20:19
Periodization
20:31
Creation Of Historians As They Look At Evidence
20:47
III. Comparison And Contextualization
23:43
Compact Time
24:07
Contextualization- Back Up
24:23
Contextualization Example
24:49
Context: Small Pox Epidemic
25:30
Bernardino de Sahagun
25:54
IV. Historical Interpretation And Synthesis
26:46
All History Is Interpretation
27:04
Synthesis- Bring It All Together
27:45
Diverse Interpretation Of The Past
27:54
Interpretation Change Over Time- Historiography
28:08
Synthesis- Make Meaning
29:03
Why Doesn't Papua New Guinea Rule The World
29:51
Jared Diamond
30:22
Historical Thinking Skills
32:00
II. Period I: Technological & Environmental Transformations
Period I: Technological & Environmental Transformations to C. 600 BCE, Part I

26m 12s

Intro
0:00
2000000-Present
0:28
Thinking Skills
0:35
Suspend Own View TO Understand Others View
1:15
Humans Have Been Around Since 2000000 BP
1:38
History Is Shorter Than Our Time On Earth
4:36
Not Many Early History Records
5:02
What Happens C. 2000000 BP to C. 10000 BP
5:05
Paleolithic Accomplishments
5:08
Paleolithic Means Old Stone Age
5:30
The Use of BCE and CE
6:14
Defining BCE and CE
6:15
How Is Year One Determined
7:40
Julius Caesar
9:46
The Julian Calendar
10:24
10000 BCE- Present
13:24
Why Is C. 10000 BCE Important
14:21
Periodization
14:31
Neolithic Age
14:53
Farming (Agriculture) Begins
15:05
Was The Development Of Agriculture The Most Unfortunate Event In History
15:26
Positives
15:52
Population
15:33
Cities
16:00
Knowledge
16:03
Writing
16:07
Architecture
16:12
Religion Refined
16:21
Technology
16:29
Arts
16:33
Negatives
16:43
Inequality
16:48
Suffering
17:11
Wars More Brutal
17:29
Decline In Happiness
17:55
Less Healthy Diets
19:20
Environmental Damage
19:37
Forced Labor
19:53
Pastoralism Develops Alongside Agriculture
20:16
Raising Livestock
20:34
Effects Of Pastoralism
21:43
Overgrazing
21:50
Diversity Of Animals Diminished
22:07
Development Of Elites
22:33
Patriarchal Societies
22:45
Examples Of Improvements In Agriculture, Production, And Trade
23:25
Pottery
23:38
Plows
23:47
Woven Textiles
23:56
Metallurgy
24:12
Wheels And Wheeled Vehicles
24:59
The Foundational Civilizations
25:35
Period I: Technological & Environmental Transformations to C. 600 BCE, Part II

27m 7s

Intro
0:00
Foundational Civilizations - Mesopotamia
0:22
Cradle of Civilization
0:44
What Does Mesopotamia Mean
0:49
Highly Developed Religion
1:22
Goddess Apart of Highly Developed Religion
1:49
Clock and Compass from Mesopotamia
2:25
Monumental Architecture- The Ziggurat
2:29
Mesopotamians Left Us Monuments
3:10
Fertile Crescent
3:27
Foundational Civilizations - Egypt
4:22
Egypt- The Gift of the Nile
4:30
All Cities On the Nile River
5:06
Architectural Outstanding Building of the Egyptians- The Pyramids
5:27
Foundational Civilizations - Mohenjo- Dara and Harappa in Indus River Valley
5:50
Indus River
6:06
The Harappas Built Huge Cities Out of Bricks
6:38
Foundation Civilizations- Shang in Huang He Valley
6:54
The Yellow River
7:07
Advanced Chinese Culture
7:19
Foundation Civilizations- Olmecs in Mesoamerica
7:29
Giant Head Sculptures
7:52
Foundation Civilizations- Chavin in Andean South America
8:09
Huge Stone Walls
8:25
Agricultural vs. Pastoral Societies
8:40
Agricultural Led to Cities
8:58
City-States
9:03
Pastoral Societies
9:30
Developments in Transportation
9:59
Development and Improvement of Weapons
10:32
Development of Iron Weapons
11:00
Iron Age
11:09
Development of Writing
11:21
Cuneiform
11:30
Writing System
11:46
Egyptian Hieroglyphics
12:04
Development of Writing- Record
12:46
Early Alphabets
12:47
Development of Writing- Literature
13:36
The Epic of Gilgamesh
14:08
Gilgamesh Interaction With God
14:19
Siduri's Advice
15:08
Utnapishtim And The Great Flood
16:16
Development of Religion
17:04
The Vedic Religion (Indian)
17:14
Hebrew Monotheism
17:39
Importance of Written Law (10 Commandments)
18:21
Ethical Monotheism
19:03
Hebrew Scriptures
19:18
Zoroastrianism
19:40
Heaven and Hell
21:00
Development of Trade
21:04
Between Egypt and Nubia
21:16
Between Mesopotamia and The Indus Valley
22:38
Period One- C. 10000 BCE-C.600 BCE
23:24
Human Freedom and Equality
24:23
III. Period II: Organization & Reorganization of Human Societies, 600 BCE - 600 CE
Period II: Organization & Reorganization of Human Societies, c. 600 BCE to c. 600 CE

37m 15s

Intro
0:00
C. 600 BCE to C. 600 CE
0:25
Classical Period
0:26
Key Concepts C. 600 BCE to C.600 CE
1:53
All Three Concepts are intertwined
2:55
The Organization and Reorganization of Human Societies
3:30
Religion, The State, Economic State
3:54
The Codification of Religious Traditions
4:12
Karl Jaspers- 'The Axial Age'
4:16
Periodization
4:50
Major Civilization Ideas With One Lasting Effect
5:38
Buddhism
7:23
Development of the Religion
7:48
Confucianism
9:49
Development of the Philosophy
10:18
Five Relationships
10:46
Filial Piety
11:20
Education and Administration
11:45
Daoism
13:01
The Teachings of Laozi
13:12
Yin and Yang
13:26
Harmony With Nature
14:04
Wu-Wei (Non Action)
14:15
Health
14:38
Christianity
16:18
The Teachings of Jesus
16:23
Apostle Paul
16:49
Destruction of Jerusalem in 70
18:21
Acts of Missionaries and Traders
18:44
Adopted As Official Roman Religion in 380
19:03
Monasticism
19:10
Greco-Roman Philosophy
19:38
The Teachings of Socrates
19:52
The Teachings of Plato
20:03
The Teachings of Aristotle
20:40
Logic
20:48
Empirical Observation
21:31
Nature of Political Power and Hierarchy
21:59
School of Athens by Rafael
22:37
Animism
23:12
Shaman
23:35
Ancestor Veneration
24:41
Venerate People
25:15
Mexico Day of the Dead
25:36
Distinctive Artistic Expressions
25:54
Ramayana
26:03
In India the Mahabharata
26:41
Distinctive Architectural Styles
27:33
Mesoamerica- Pyramids
27:45
Chichen Itza
28:17
Intermixing of Greek and Indian
28:33
Sculptural Developments
29:40
Key Concepts C. 600 BCE to C.600 CE
29:42
Organization and Reorganization of Human Societies
29:54
Compare These Two Documents
30:39
The Truth of Dukkha
31:15
The Truth of the Origin of Dukkha
31:33
The Truth of the Cessation of Dukkha
31:44
The Truth of the Path Leading to the Cessation
31:59
Buddha, 5th Century BCE
32:16
Han Yu
32:24
Buddha-Bone
33:52
Period II: The Development of States & Empires, C. 600 BCE - C. 600 CE

35m 56s

Intro
0:00
States And Empires Multiply & Grow
0:18
Persian Empires
0:43
Qin And Han Empires
0:48
Maurya And Gupta
0:54
Phoenicia, Greek City-States, Hellenistic, Roman Empires
1:00
Teotihuacan, Maya City-States
1:16
Moche
1:26
Sassanid Persian Empire
1:33
Sassanid Empire
2:02
Peak Of Ancient Iranian Civilization
2:11
Persia Influenced Rome
2:30
Formation Of Both European And Asian Medieval Art
2:59
Transferred From The Sassanids
3:21
Qin Empire
4:17
Han Empire (Dynasty)
4:45
Maurya Empire
4:56
Gupta Empire
5:41
Phoenicia
6:09
Hellenistic Empire
6:54
Alexander The Great
8:10
Roman Empire
8:22
Mesoamerica: Teotihuacan
9:39
Andean South America-- Moche
11:10
Buried People With Precious Metals and Stones
11:31
Empires And States
12:03
Foundational Civilization
12:11
New Techniques Of Imperial Administration
12:16
Centralized Governments
12:39
Elaborate Legal Systems
12:54
Example: Achaemenid Empire
13:29
Persian Achaemenid Empire
13:41
Darius The Great
14:08
Uniform Code Of Laws And Justice
15:35
Satrapies
15:58
Darius (522 BCE)
18:31
Darius (522-486 BCE) Builds Persepolis
19:38
Empires And States
21:10
Military Power
21:15
Diplomacy
21:39
Military Personnel
23:11
Unique Social And Economic Institutions
24:24
Cities: Athens, The Acropolis
24:46
Unique Social And Economic Institutions
26:46
Social Structure
27:34
Ways To Maintain Food Supply
28:26
Patriarchy: An Example
29:30
Esther From Hebrew Scriptures
29:33
King Got Advice
30:25
The End Of The Classic Empires
33:19
External Problems
34:12
Did The Great Wall Achieve Its Purpose
34:43
Yes, But Mongols Eventually Come
35:12
Period II: Emergence of Transregional Networks of Communication & Exchange, C. 600 BCE - C. 600 CE

26m 24s

Intro
0:00
Transregional Trade Develops
0:27
Land routes
1:04
Water routes
1:13
Luxury Goods and Raw Materials
1:23
Eurasian Trade Routes
2:59
New Technologies Facilitate Trade
5:10
Bactrian Camel
5:27
The Stirrup
5:55
Monsoon Winds
6:39
Dhaw
7:10
Much More Than Just Goods Are Exchanged
7:53
Crops
8:08
Rice-Champa
8:16
Cotton- India
8:49
Changes In Farming Techniques
9:17
The Qanat System
9:23
Crops were exchanged
10:32
Diseases
10:41
Plagues (Small Pox And Measles)
11:09
Depopulation
11:39
Military Weaknesses
11:44
Similar Plagues Weakened The Han Empire
12:13
Religious and Cultural Traditions
12:24
Christianity
12:40
Hinduism
16:22
Buddhism
17:12
Bamiyan Buddhas Of Afghanistan
18:19
Buddha Built In Mountain Was Destroyed In 2001
19:21
Angkor Wat, Cambodia
20:11
Churning Of The Ocean Of Milk
20:22
Period II, C. 600 BCE-C. 600 CE
21:32
Codification
21:47
New Belief Systems
23:22
States and Empires Develop And Grow
24:49
Unique Social And Economic Dimensions Develop
25:10
Transregional Networks of Communication
25:45
IV. Period III: Regional & Transregional Interactions, 600-1450
Period III: Regional & Transregional Interactions C. 600 - C. 1450 CE

36m 50s

Intro
0:00
A New Universal Religion--Islam
0:46
Mohammad- Founder Of Islam
1:06
Religion Expands
3:16
Mohammad Influenced By Place
3:27
Trade Metropolitan
4:04
Mohammad's Early Life
5:02
The Rapid Spread Of Islam
6:09
Islam Today
9:29
Christianity Today
10:09
Buddhism Today
11:11
Confined In Asia
11:20
Hinduism Today
11:41
The Number Of People In Major Religions
12:31
Exchange Networks Expand
14:43
Mesoamerican And South America
15:06
Existing Trade Routes
16:07
Existing Trade Routes
16:35
Trans-Saharan Trade
17:36
Inter Regional Trade
18:28
New Trading Cities
18:47
Baghdad The New Abbasid Capital of Islam
19:21
Baghdad- Traditional Place
21:01
Baghdad, City of Trade And Learning
21:49
New Point Where Roads Cross
22:04
Center Of Learning- The House Of Wisdom
23:15
Cross-Cultural City
23:31
The Golden Age of Islam
24:06
House of Wisdom Library
29:55
House of Wisdom Library--Science
30:08
A Place Of Translation
30:24
Baghdad, Center For Medical Training
30:42
Camel Saddle
31:25
Caravansary
31:35
Inside the Caravansary
31:56
New Forms of Exchange
32:07
Hawala- Bill Of Exchange
32:36
Technological Advances At Sea
33:27
Astrolabe
33:35
Compass
33:57
Larger Vessels- Dhow, Junk
34:10
Junk- Translation From Chinese
34:17
Astrolabe From 10th Century
35:00
Clocks Were First Like Astrolabes
35:11
What You Can Learn From Astrolabes
35:23
Time of Prayer
35:59
C. 600-C. 1450
36:20
Regional And Transregional Interactions
36:32
Expansion & Intensification Of Communications & Exchange Networks, Part II

49m 11s

Intro
0:00
Facilitation Of Commercial Growth
0:55
State Practices
1:05
Mint Coins
1:25
Paper Money
1:54
Large Government Projects-Grand Canal
2:34
Trade Organizations-Hansiatic League
4:03
Expansion Of Empires Increases Trade
4:53
China, Byzantine, Caliphates, Mongols
5:14
China-The Song 960-1279
5:24
Manufacturing Of Porcelains
5:43
Invention of Paper
6:55
Block Printing
7:17
Arts And Literature
7:47
Invention Of Gunpowder
8:02
The Civil Service Examinations
8:45
Revitalized Confucian Thought- Neo-Confucianism
10:08
Influence Of Culture On Periphery
11:06
The Byzantine Empire
12:08
Cyrillic Alphabet
12:38
Constantinople
13:35
Preservation Of Roman Law
13:55
Effects Of The Crusades
14:40
The Caliphates
17:08
Immediate Inheritors of Mohammad
17:30
Umayyad Caliphate
18:10
Abbasid Caliphate
18:24
Mongols Seemingly Come Out Of Nowhere
19:35
Mongols Conquer (Almost) All
20:05
How Did They Do That
20:18
Genghis Kahn
20:39
Division Of The Empire
20:54
Empire Divided Into Four Parts
20:58
Mongols Reinvigorate Trade
21:57
Use Of Passport
22:13
Local Rule
22:22
Downside- The Plague
22:53
The Mongol Warrior
22:58
The Mongol Horse
23:12
People Movement Causes Effects
23:34
Environmental And Technological Adaptations
23:47
Camels and Camel Caravans
24:00
The Vikings
24:14
Horses In The Asian Steppes
24:49
Major Migrations
25:01
Bantu
25:13
Polynesian Migration
28:06
Spread of Languages And Creation of New Ones
28:48
Cross-Cultural Exchanges
32:33
Fostered By Trade Networks
32:39
Diasporic Communities
33:42
Interregional Travelers
35:59
Ibn Battuta, Marco Polo, Xuanzang
36:18
Xuanzang
36:44
Buddhist Monk At 13
36:59
Travels the Silk Roads To India
37:59
Sanskrit Buddhist Texts
38:55
Translates Texts Into Chinese
39:18
Xuanzang Travels Map
40:00
Painting of Xuanzang
40:29
Diffusion Of Cultural Traditions
41:04
Hinduism And Buddhism Moved To Southeast Asia
41:33
Angkor Wat: A Hindu Temple
41:41
Hindu Iconography
42:10
Indian Stories
42:25
Yet A Stupa Outside
42:39
Stupa: Buddhist Way Of Worship
42:48
Diffusion of Science And Technology
43:17
Mathematics
43:24
Science And Philosophy
44:36
Printing And Gunpowder
45:14
Diffusion Of Crops And Pathogens
45:39
Bananas Move To East Africa
46:06
Champa Rice To China
46:34
Cotton, Sugar, And Citrus Spread
47:02
Pathogens
47:25
The Black Death (Plague)
47:28
C. 600 CE-C. 1450CE
47:55
Expansion And Intensification Of Communication And Exchange Networks
48:35
Period III Continuity & Innovation of State Forms & Their Interactions C. 600- C. 1450 CE

38m 1s

Intro
0:00
Innovation-Change
2:50
State Forms-Government
3:09
Key Concepts of Period III-600-1450
3:50
Continuity In Government
4:34
Han-The Classic Dynasty Of Chinese History
4:47
Remarkable Stability In China
5:32
The Middle Kingdom
5:49
Confucianism
6:16
Buddhism
7:18
Daoism
7:48
Mandate of Heaven
8:07
The Scope Of Empire
9:01
Language
9:27
Propertied Elite
10:08
Trouble On The Periphery
10:33
Innovations In Government
10:48
Tax Farming
10:53
Religion In Byzantium
12:48
Comnenus Mosaic, Hagia Sophia
13:58
Christian Church
14:20
Zoe Mosaic, Hagia Sophia
15:35
Innovations In Government
15:53
Tribute System In China
16:05
Kowtow
17:29
Blessing To The Emperor
17:52
New Forms Of Government
18:49
Islamic States- Caliphate
18:55
The Mongol Khanates Became Muslims
19:48
City-states in Italian Mediterranean, East Africa, And Mesoamerica
20:19
Feudalism In Europe and Japan
20:45
Al-Amdalus (Muslim Spain)
21:43
How Did Cordoba Become Tolerant?
22:07
Muslim Secured The Iberian Peninsula
22:20
Cooperation- The Way To Get Ahead
22:43
Interaction Common
23:02
Western Christians Benefit
23:16
Why Did This All Change?
23:45
Who Benefited?
24:36
What Happened On The Other End Of Empire?
24:42
The Delhi Sultanate
24:52
Turkic Conquerors
25:03
Hinduism And Islam Are Radically Different
25:15
Conversions From Lower Castes
25:44
Muslims- Minority
26:03
Sufism
26:23
Sikhism
26:45
The Core And Periphery
26:56
Sultan Hunting Party
27:40
New Italian City-States
27:51
Competition For Sea Trade
28:22
Invention of Banks From City States
28:52
Synthesized Traditions (Syncretism)
28:54
China's Influence upon Japan
29:35
Language And Writing
29:39
Konji
30:26
Hiragala
31:03
Katagane
31:14
Romaji
31:27
Buddhism and Confucianism Changes
32:05
Government Decentralized
32:31
Art And Music
32:59
Clothing
33:13
Kimono
33:16
Technological And Cultural Transfers
33:38
Compass
33:55
Tang China And Abbasids
34:04
Across Mongol Empires
34:21
During The Crusades
35:37
Europeans Found Out They Were Ignorant
36:30
Pope Urban II Calls For A Crusade
36:48
Saladin Recaptures Jerusalem
37:10
C.600-C.1450
37:32
Period III Increased Economic Productive Capacity & Its Consequences C. 600-C.1450 CE

42m 49s

Intro
0:00
Key Concepts of Period 3-600-1450
3:14
Innovations Stimulate Food Production
4:22
More Food Means Increase In Population
6:14
The Three Field System In Western Europe
6:53
Main Crop: Wheat
8:00
Legumes- Crops Good For Diet And Soil
8:07
Fallon- More Growing At Any One Time
8:24
Widespread Use Of The Moldboard Plow
8:50
Chinampa Field System In Mesoamerica
9:32
Aztec Chinampas
10:16
Transporting of Crops to New Areas
11:12
Sugar Cane Transported To Mediterranean
11:27
Expanding Manufactured Exports
12:40
Boosting Economy
13:46
Manufacturing
14:10
Fate Of Cities Varied
14:13
Invasions
14:34
Disease
16:14
Declining Temperatures
16:46
Decline of Cities
16:55
Some Cities Did Well
17:00
End Of Invasions
17:08
Availability of Reliable Transportation
17:30
Warmer Temperatures 800-1300
17:49
Crops Grew Better
17:57
Greater Availability Of Labor
18:18
Older Cities' Dominance Replaced By New Cities
19:17
Venice Became Powerful
19:59
Some Changes In Labor And Family Life
20:07
Free Peasants
20:17
Nomadic Pastoralism
20:28
Craft Production And Guild Organization
20:35
Coerced And Un-Free Labor
21:17
Labor Taxes
21:33
Military Obligations
21:38
Women Exercised More Influence
22:13
Peasant Revolts
24:12
Mongol Yuan Dynasty Brought Down By Peasant Revolts
24:29
Ming Dynasty By Hong Wu Emperor
25:37
Family Structure
26:14
Changes From Religious Origin
26:26
Review Quiz
33:25
Three Concepts
35:35
Key Events
37:16
Rise of Islam
37:45
Christianity
37:50
The Sui, Tang, Song, Yuan, And Ming Chinese Dynasties
38:26
Great Zimbabwe, Mali, Mansa Musa In Africa
38:45
China Influence In Japan, Lady Shikibu And Tale Of The Genji
39:06
The Mongols Create A Large Empire
40:12
Ancient Trade Routes
40:37
The Koryo Dynasty In Korea
42:00
C. 600-C.1450
42:10
Gender In World History

34m 23s

Intro
0:00
Why Is Gender A Theme In World History?
0:47
Theme 5: Development And Transformation Of Social Structures
1:16
Historical Thinking Skill 4: Historical Interpretation And Synthesis
1:36
Gender Roles And Relations
2:58
Family And Kinship
3:00
Racial And Ethnic Constructions
3:03
Social And Economic Classes
3:10
Theme: Recurs
3:26
Critique Diverse Historical Interpretation
4:09
Recognize How Models Of Historical Interpretation Change Over Time
4:15
Historiography
4:33
Generalizations On Gender
5:23
Abigail And John Adams
5:36
Abigail Adams
8:12
Generalizations On Gender
8:21
Enlightenment
9:53
Backlash
13:14
Reason For Subordination
14:08
Seclusion Of Women
14:28
Foot Binding
14:39
The Harem
15:34
The Corset
15:44
The Father As Provider, Mother As Nurturer
16:40
The Father As Secretary Of State, The Mother As Homeland Security
17:43
The Situation Today
19:48
How We Got Here
12:07
Gender Equality
21:33
Interpretations Changes Over Time
21:39
History Is Not Static
22:05
Gender And Religion
28:48
Debate Vs. Discussion
29:31
Religion
30:43
Neoconfucianism
31:21
V. Period IV: Globalizing Influences, 1450-1750
Period IV: Global Interactions C. 1450-C. 1750, Part I

39m 15s

Intro
0:00
1450-1750 Key Concepts
1:12
Globalizing Networks Of Communication And Exchange
1:39
New Forms Of Social Organization And Modes Of Production
2:10
State Consolidation And Imperial Expansion
2:43
Periodization
4:39
Era- Product Of Historians
5:16
Networks Globalize
8:32
Atlantic System
8:46
Expand Trade And Travel
9:38
Columbus Caravel, The Nina
10:17
Improved Maps Were Important--1459
11:22
Improved Maps Were Important--1520
12:09
Improved Maps Were Important--1630
12:36
Stepped-up Maritime Reconnaissance
13:12
Zeng He
13:42
Ming Dynasty
14:14
Fleet Of Ships
14:47
Prince Henry The Navigator
16:55
Bartolomeu Diaz
18:37
Vasco da Gama
19:00
Stepped-up Maritime Reconnaissance
20:34
Christopher Columbus
20:38
Voyaging Into The Unknown
21:37
Trade Winds Favored Columbus
22:33
Columbus' Voyages
23:07
The Meeting Of Americans And Europeans
24:02
Oceania And Polynesia
25:15
Europeans Did Not Venture Much Into the Pacific
25:34
Changed Times=Changed Business Models
25:42
Risk Aversion
26:30
New Economic Policy: Mercantilism
28:18
World-Wide Connection: Flow Of Silver
31:00
The Atlantic System
31:37
Main Export- Slaves (West Africa)
31:56
Sugar And Tobacco
33:16
America Gets Involved- Rum
33:50
Results Of The Atlantic System
34:33
Mixing Of Africans, Europeans, And Americans
34:54
New Unequal Social Systems Set Up
35:10
Penninsulares
35:33
Creoles
36:05
Black Slaves
37:10
1450-1750 Key Concepts
38:17
Period IV: Global Interactions C. 1450- C. 1750, Part II

56m 38s

Intro
0:00
1450-1750 Key Concepts
0:26
Globalizing Networks of Communication And Exchange
1:01
New Forms of Social Organization And Modes Of Production
1:20
State Consolidation and Imperial Expansion
1:42
Mastering The Document Based Question
2:12
2002 DBQ
2:44
Essays- Truest Measures
4:14
Silver Trade From Americas By Spanish Led To Commercialization
8:53
What Do All DBQ Questions Ask Us To Do?
10:09
Rubric
10:27
Generic Rubic
10:39
Thesis
11:29
Support Thesis
11:37
Use All Documents
11:51
Group Documents
11:55
Points Of View Of The Documents
12:11
Shows Need For Additional Document
12:23
Prioritize Your Study
13:17
Step 1: Parse The Question
15:58
Look For The Verb-Analyze
16:36
Look For The Object Of The Verb-Effects
17:49
Look At The Adjectives-Economic & Social
18:45
Parse The Question
19:16
Paraphrase
19:38
Analyze
19:49
Examine Methodically
19:58
Synonyms
20:44
Discover Or Reveal
21:00
What Is In The Economic Category
22:14
Production, Distribution, And Use of Income, Wealth, And Commodities
22:21
Goods And Services
22:53
Economy
23:05
Production
23:20
What Is In The Social Category
23:45
Human Society
23:58
Family, Gender, Race, Ethnic Considerations
24:13
Religious Beliefs and Culture
25:02
Thinking Skill: Recognizing Cause and Effect
25:08
Cause: When Spanish Discovered Southern Americas
26:02
Effects: Social And Economic
26:33
Confine Your Essay To Social And Economic
26:44
What Do You Do With The Map?
28:24
Historical Background
28:51
Write The Paraphrased Prompt
29:14
Investigate The Effects
29:25
Levels Of Society
30:16
Activities Around Trade And Exchanges Of Goods
30:39
The Trade In Silver
31:25
What We Do With Each Document
33:42
Evaluate The Source For Point Of View
33:55
Chronology (Change Over Time)
34:28
Put It In Context
35:39
Paraphrase, Don't Quote
36:26
Summarize The Document
37:49
Make Notations
38:21
Suggest Another Document?
38:40
Let's Do This With Document I
39:26
Source: Chinese County Official A Rule Given To Limit Wedding Expenses
39:40
Planning Graphic Organizer
47:38
Let's Do This With Document II
48:55
Source: Spanish Scholar Wrote A Book On Economics
49:01
Planning Graphic Organizer
54:02
Mastering the DBQ
56:15
Period IV: Global Interactions C. 1450- C. 1750, Part III

26m 4s

Intro
0:00
1450-1750 Key Concepts
0:20
Globalizing Networks Of Communication And Exchange
0:33
New Forms Of Social Organization And Modes Of Production
0:55
State Consolidation And Imperial Expansion
1:09
Mastering The Document Based Question
1:27
Involves World History Themes
1:59
Silver Trade From Americas By Spanish
2:16
What Do We Do With Each Document
2:30
Evaluate The Source For Point Of View
2:57
Chronology
3:23
Paraphrase, Don't Quote
4:07
Summarize The Document
4:41
Make Notations
5:37
Let's Do This With Document III
6:37
Source: Chinese Court Official In A Report To The Emperor
7:07
Brave To Make A Criticism Of The Government
10:04
Economic Problems
11:30
Social
12:38
Planning Graphic Organizer
13:16
Farmers Are Suffering
13:28
Lower Crop Production
13:50
Lack Of Distribution
14:04
Inflation Hurt the Ordinary Citizen
14:32
Let's Do This With Document IV
15:11
Source: British Merchant Who Traveled To East Indies
15:23
POV-British Jealous
17:27
Might Tend To Exaggerate
17:56
Social- Not Much
18:40
Economic- Portuguese Doing Well
18:50
Planning Graphic Organizer
19:14
Portuguese Doing Well (Economic Effect)
19:31
Let's Do This With Document V
20:06
Source: Chinese Writer
20:24
POV- Seems To Be Objective
21:44
Economic- Money System Using Silver
24:01
Social- Farmers Are Hurt Financially
24:44
Planning Graphic Organizer
25:24
Mastering The DBQ
25:53
Period IV: Global Interactions C. 1450- C. 1750, Part IV

25m 29s

Intro
0:00
1450-1750 Key Concepts
0:19
Mastering The Document Based Question
1:26
Document 6
1:40
What Do We Do With Each Document
1:56
Source-Point Of View
2:05
Chronological Order
2:18
Read Carefully
2:28
Paraphrase
3:00
Summarize
3:11
Notations
3:18
Additional Document
3:52
Let's Do This With Document VI
4:03
Source: Spanish Priest
4:22
Missionary To The Indians
5:07
Might Exaggerate The Awfulness Of The Work By Indians
7:10
Planning Graphic Organizer
8:27
Social Effects: Indian Workers Are Grossly Misused
8:38
Economic Effects: Spread Of Silver All Over The World
9:06
Let's Do This With Document VII
9:42
Source: Chinese Court Official Who Wants To Repeal A Law That Forbids Foreign Trade
9:59
Confucian Scholar
10:22
Might Be Aligned With Merchants And Speaking For Them To Change Law
11:44
Social Effects: Can't Pinpoint
13:21
Economic Effects: Chinese Merchants Are Losing Out
13:32
Let's Do This With Document VIII
14:27
Source: English Scholar From A Debate On A Bill To Limit Indian Textile Imports
14:38
POV- English Scholar Knows The Harm Of Luxury Imports But Says It Should Not Be Stopped
16:18
Perhaps English Scholar Enjoys Luxury Goods
17:15
Planning Graphic Organizer
18:00
Social Effects: More Wealthy Have A Lot Of Luxury Goods
18:08
Hurtful To The English Economy In Long Run
18:28
DBQ: Putting It All Together
19:13
Discover A Thesis
19:17
Planning Graphic Organizer
19:38
Tension Between Rich And Poor
19:40
Poorer Classes Lose Out, Native Workers Lose Out
19:59
Merchants Losing Status
20:20
More Wealthy People Get Luxury Goods
20:32
England, Spain Connected
20:46
Structure Of DBQ Essay
21:35
Thesis: Social - Economic Effects Of The Flow Of Silver
21:47
Topic Sentence- Inflation
22:47
Poorer Classes Suffer
23:15
Could Be Tying It All Together
23:33
Conclusion (Restatement Of Thesis)
23:45
Period IV: Global Interactions C. 1450-C.1750, Part IV

26m 10s

Intro
0:00
2006 DBQ- Flow Of Silver, 1550-1725
0:21
Learn About Period 4
0:45
Historical Thinking Skills
0:53
Improve Performance On The DBQ Essay
1:20
Improve Overall Score
1:28
Essay Scores Are Key To Improvement
1:33
DBQ: Putting It All Together
5:06
Write In Margins
5:16
Define Point Of View
5:25
Come Up With Extra Documents
5:29
Graphic Organizers
6:25
What Does Question Ask
6:40
Groups In The Documents
6:59
Outline
7:15
What Do The Clues Tell You?
8:04
Detective
8:12
Investigate
8:31
Historian
8:57
Social And Economic Effects
9:20
Area
9:28
Social Effects
9:32
Economic Effects
9:47
Tension B/T Rich And Poor
9:56
Extravagant Spending
10:06
High Prices For Poorer Classes
10:13
Inflation Hurts Spain
10:20
Poor Farmers
10:30
Deflation Hurts China
10:39
Portuguese Doing Well Trading Silver To China For Goods
12:33
Poor Farmers Income Hurt By Silver As Money Policy
12:48
Helps Middlemen Gain Wealth Over The Poor (Money Changers)
13:12
Indian Mine Workers Worked Too Hard
13:30
A Lot Of Silver Has Entered The World Markets
13:37
Chinese Merchants Are Losing Money -China's Ban On Trade
13:57
Luxury Goods Part Of Life
14:36
Hard Cash Leaving England Poorer In Long Run
14:49
How To Put This Together
14:55
Same Effect- Poor People Are Hurt
15:39
Governments Losing Out
15:59
Write Our Discovered Thesis
16:16
Huge Flow Of Silver
16:45
From Spanish America
16:53
Going To Asia And Europe
17:16
Caused Negative Economic Effects In National Economies
18:37
Hardship On Poorer Classes
19:03
Benefit Only The Wealthier Class
19:23
3 Points
20:53
Group Documents By Thesis Parts
21:41
National Economies Are Being Damaged
21:50
Poor Are Hurt
21:54
Rich Are Hurting Economy By Spending Too Much
22:59
Structure Of DBQ Essay
22:28
Mastering The DBQ
25:46
Part IV: Global Interactions C. 1450- C.1750, Part V

28m 11s

Intro
0:00
2006 DBQ- Flow Of Silver, 1550-1725
0:14
What We Have Done So Far
0:29
Parsed The Question
0:38
Set Up Graphic Organizer
0:55
Read Each Document
1:17
Analyzed Graphic Organizer For A Thesis
3:40
Grouping Documents
4:27
Topic Sentence
4:37
What Do The Clues Tell Us
4:50
Social And Economic Effects
4:57
Tension B/T Rich And Poor
5:06
Prices For Poorer Classes
5:09
Poor Farmers Can't Plant Crops
5:11
Extravagant Spending
5:24
Inflation
5:26
Deflation
5:27
Portuguese Benefiting
5:30
Poor Farmers Income Hurt By Silver
5:38
Mime Workers Affected
5:46
Luxury Goods
5:58
Cashflowing Out Of Europe Into Asia
6:19
The Introductory Paragraph States The Thesis
6:23
No Introductory Sentence Needed
6:41
Thesis- One Or Two Contiguous Sentences
7:22
Roadmap To The Rest Of The Essay
8:08
Group Documents By Thesis Parts
8:14
National Economies Being Damaged
8:23
Poor Are Hurt
8:26
Rich Are Hurting Economy By Spending Too Much
8:28
Points For Arguments
8:35
Structure Of DBQ Essay
9:18
Going To Do Conclusion
11:02
First Body Paragraph
11:13
MUST Begin Every Paragraph With Topic Sentence
11:26
Never Begin Paragraph With 'Document…'
11:46
Show Grouping
12:13
Use Linking Words
12:22
Grouping Upfront (Docs 1,2,3,4,7,8)
13:11
Back It Up
14:15
(Doc 1) Equals Use
14:51
Showing Understanding Of Document
15:03
Using The Document
15:31
Stating A Point Of View
16:32
Linking Word- 'Also'
16:45
Summarized
17:13
Giving A Point- POV
17:28
Another Voice=Extra Document
18:18
Second Body Paragraph
18:35
Use A Transition
19:58
Structure Of DBQ Essay
19:13
Second Body Paragraph
19:24
Using 'While' As Our Transition
19:30
Grouping Docs 1,3,5,6
19:46
Harmony In The Community- POV
20:18
Chinese Government Hording Influx Of Silver- Using
20:45
POV- Bravery
20:58
Third Body Paragraph
21:13
'Although' As Transition
21:22
Topic Sentence- Wealthier Classes Spent Heavily
21:52
Linking Word- 'Also'
22:48
Linking Word- 'Additionally'
23:05
The Conclusion- The Last Paragraph
23:40
Show Your Stuff
24:30
Add Nuance
25:03
Don't Say Anything Against Your Thesis
25:24
Add What You May Have Forgotten
25:52
Mastering The DBQ
26:31
Practice, Practice, Practice
27:31
Period IV: Global Interactions C. 1450-C. 1750, Part VI

20m 35s

Intro
0:00
The Columbian Exchange
0:14
Two-Way Movement
0:46
Purposefully And Inadvertently
0:55
Transfer Of Plants
1:09
Transfer Of Animals
1:39
Transfer Of Peoples
2:05
Transfer Of Pathogens
2:35
Transfers Enhanced Diets Of Both Regions
2:50
Pathogens Worked Havoc Upon Native People
3:33
Columbian Is Not A Trading System
3:56
Corn Not Traded In A System
4:18
Manioc
4:56
Peppers
5:36
The Unintended Exchange
6:22
Smallpox, Influenza, And Measles
6:29
Malaria and Yellow Fever
7:22
Rats, Mosquitoes
8:26
Worms
8:38
Cash Crops Introduced Into Americas
9:08
Sugar Cane
10:01
Tobacco
10:45
Brought By Africans
11:39
Rice
11:44
Okra
12:20
Results Of European Farming Methods
12:36
Deforestation
12:51
Soil Depletion
13:16
Results of Columbian Exchange
14:20
Farming
14:43
Growth In Population In Eurasia
15:28
Domesticated Animals In America
15:55
Great Weakening Of The American Peoples
16:51
Creation Of Creoles
17:46
Mestizo
19:08
Period IV: Religious Growth & Change

23m 47s

Intro
0:00
Increased Interactions and Religion
0:24
Expand The Spread
0:42
Encouraged Reform
0:53
Syncretic Results
1:13
Changes In Islam
1:21
Sufi Group
1:35
Adaptation
2:49
Picking Up Other Cultures
3:26
Shia, The Minority Of Muslims
3:36
Aren't As Many Shia As Sunni
4:14
Geographic Divisions Of Shia And Sunni
4:20
How Has Minority Status Affected Shia Islam?
5:29
Martyr Complex
5:40
Changes In Christianity-Reformation
7:35
Martin Luther
7:42
Hostile Divisions
9:58
The Thirty Years War
10:21
Started By Religious Differences
11:00
Defenestration Of Prague, 1618
12:06
Mateo Ricci To China
13:05
Missionary Movement
13:17
Loyola-Spanish Soldier
13:28
Society Of Jesus (Jesuits)
13:46
Mateo Ricci
14:24
Ancestor Veneration
16:40
Jose de Anchieta To Brazil
17:55
Converted Indians
18:14
Syncretism
18:38
Santeria
18:54
Vodun (Voodoo)
19:34
Appeals To Popular Saints
20:08
Mexican Priest In The 1920s Killed
20:22
Santo Toribio Romo Helped Illegal Immigrants
21:25
Period IV: Changes In Literature, Visual & Performing Arts

23m 26s

Intro
0:00
Economic Prosperity-The Arts Flourish
0:17
Cause: Trade Created Great Wealth
0:48
Effect: Wealthy Donors
1:10
Cause: Governments Increased Taxes
2:04
Effect: States Built Impressive Buildings
2:17
Cause: Moveable Type Invented
2:36
Effect: Literacy Grew
3:46
Common Languages
4:47
Effect: Innovations In Visual And Performing Arts
5:07
Patrons Of Renaissance Arts
5:09
Lorenzo de Medici Of Florence
5:16
St. Peter's Basilica, Rome
6:00
3D: Understanding The Concept of Perspective
6:54
The Renaissance In Europe
7:29
Shakespeare
7:38
Popular Literature And People Responding To It
9:03
Printing Allowed Spreading
9:18
Sixteenth Chapel-Michelangelo
9:29
Realistic In Art
10:43
Renaissance Architecture
10:46
Chateau de Chambord
10:53
Art And The Humanities Blossom
11:21
Sir Thomas More's Book Utopia
12:04
The Other Side Of The Renaissance
14:12
The Triumph Of Death
14:25
Popular Literature Proliferates
15:53
Niccolo Machiavelli, The Prince
15:57
Lying
16:30
Flattery
16:35
Say One Thing And Do Another
16:38
Tricks
16:53
Wood Block Prints In Japan
17:24
Kabuki Play
17:52
Journey To The West
18:43
One Of Four Classic Novels
18:52
Chinese Popular Literature
19:28
Monkey, Pig, Warlord, Magic Steed
19:40
Adventure
20:00
West African Literature, Sundiata
20:15
Prince Warrior
20:29
Oral Story Rather Than Written
20:43
Reviewing The Main Concept
21:00
Funding For Visual And Performing Arts Increased
21:09
Period IV: New Forms Of Social Organization & Modes Of Production, Part I

36m 15s

Intro
0:00
Spanish Coerced Labor
0:20
The Hacienda System
1:19
The Encomienda System
1:23
African Slaves
2:50
The Plantation System
4:06
Harvesting Sugar Cane
4:24
Similar To A Factory
6:20
Maroon Colonies
8:38
Enslaved Africans Sent To The Americas
9:05
African Slaves Used To Grow Sugar Cane
9:42
Massive Amount Of People Thrown Into Slavery
10:25
Trans Saharan Trade Routes
10:46
Demand For Slaves Raised
10:57
Opening Of Transportation
10:43
No End To Demand
11:54
Russia Serfs
12:09
Agricultural Workers
12:21
Land Owners Pushed For Slaves
13:59
Russian Landowners Play Cards
14:40
Picture- Gambling Using Serfs
14:58
Causes And Effects
16:41
Sugar Consumption And Demand- Could Be Both
16:50
Plantation System-Effect
17:49
Mita System-Peru Incas- Cause
18:57
American Peoples Weakness Against The Europeans-Effect
20:27
Spanish Laws Against Enslavement of Indigenous Americans-Effect
21:23
Widespread Adoption Of Catholic Christianity In Americas-Effect
22:59
Traditions Governing Relationships-Racial Mix-Effect
23:29
Racism-Both?
24:11
Multiple Causes, Multiple Effects
26:20
The Past Is A Foreign Country
26:42
Detritus-Junk Left Over From Past
27:12
Understanding POV
28:15
Patterns Emerge
28:54
Agree With Colleagues?
29:12
New Understandings and Interpretations Emerge
29:34
How Can I Learn All This Stuff?
31:32
Come Up With What is Striking
32:07
You Do Thinking Of Past
32:59
Learning New Material Tied To What You Know
33:10
Problem Of Time Factor
34:01
Problem Of Size Factor
34:06
Reviewing Main Concept
34:54
Traditional Peasant Agriculture Increased And Changed
35:00
Period IV: New Forms Of Social Organization & Modes Of Production, Part II

29m 1s

Intro
0:00
Effects Of Social Changes
0:25
New Elites Created
2:10
Manchus In China (Qing)
2:27
Ming Lost Energy And Became Corrupt
2:56
Peasant Rebellion
3:39
Qing Leaders Given Go Ahead To Take Over
3:50
Foreign Dynasty
4:13
Become Confucian And Work Alongside Chinese Officials
4:47
Middle Class
5:33
Between Upper Class And Peasant
6:58
Wealth But No Commensurate Role In Government
7:33
Nouveau Riche/Bourgeoisie
7:42
Les Bourgeores Gentilhoame
8:46
Banker
10:59
Existing Elites
12:29
Zamindars In Mughal Empire
12:38
Inherited Princes
12:50
Raja, Nabob
13:29
Gender And Family Restructuring
14:22
Tied To Economics
14:56
Growth Of Cities
15:08
Growth In Middle Class
15:33
Fading Of Feudal Ideas
15:57
Wanting Best For Children-Education
17:21
'Help' As Hired Servants, Not Tied To 'Family'
19:11
Europeans Marrying Southeast Asian Women
20:02
New Ethnic And Racial Classifications
20:54
Mulatto
21:22
St. Martin de Porres
22:13
Religious Mulatto In Peru
22:35
Communicate With Animals
24:06
Why The Growth Of Mestizo Population
26:38
Intermixing Of Spanish And Indian
26:45
Influence In Latin America
27:55
Reviewing The Main Concept
28:03
Traditional Peasant Agriculture Increased And Changed
28:28
Plantations Expanded And Demand For Labor Increased
28:33
Period IV: State Consolidation & Imperial Expansion, Part I

15m 23s

Intro
0:00
Rulers Legitimate And Consolidate Power
0:20
Using Art To Display Power
0:37
Using Religion To Legitimize Rule
2:06
Some That Exist?
2:40
Son Of Heaven And Mandate Of Heaven
2:50
Neo-Confucianism
2:58
Qing Adopt Confucianism
4:02
Carry Out Confucian Rites
4:13
Rulers Used Ethnic And Religious Groups
5:08
Vasco de Quiroga
5:39
Republica de Indios
6:52
Bureaucratic Elites & Professional Military
7:52
Ottoman
8:00
Devshirme-Janissaries
9:05
Balkans
9:27
Raising Revenue For Expansion
10:45
Tax Farming
10:59
Tribute
12:20
Squeeze Is Upon Peasants
13:24
The Essential Concept
14:28
Legitimize And Consolidate Power
14:46
Period IV: State Consolidation & Imperial Expansion, Part III

35m 10s

Intro
0:00
The Empires Strike Back
0:57
Inward And Outward Problems
2:29
Three Things
2:50
Competition Over Trade Routes
3:01
Rivalries Among States
3:13
Local Resistance
3:30
Competition Over Trade Routes
3:40
Pirates
3:47
Competition For Trade Routes
4:07
Lots Of Places To Hide Out
4:54
Piracy Or Privateering
5:26
Distinct Between The Two
5:30
Privateering: State Support
5:46
Piracy: Independent
5:53
Welsh Pirate Captain Bartholomew Roberts
6:14
Honest Service
7:01
Thin Commons
7:38
Plenty And Satiety
8:59
Hazards
10:01
Sir Francis Drake
11:56
English Privateer
12:13
Let People Go, But Took Their Money
13:55
Queen Elizabeth I Knights Him
14:04
State Sponsored
14:49
State Rivalries
15:31
Thirty Years War
15:45
Catholics Vs. Protestants
16:21
Large Scale Sieges
17:24
Local Populations Exploited
18:17
Towns Ransacked
19:22
Massive Battles
20:15
King Gustavus Adolphus O Sweden
21:40
Lutherans
23:05
Economic & Political Factors
23:43
The Belligerents
23:59
Holy Roman Empire
24:37
The Results
25:47
Economy Ruined
25:57
Religious Antagonisms
27:04
Future Of States
27:56
Core-Periphery
28:22
Local Resistance To Empire
30:43
Ikko Ikki- Japanese Peasants
31:04
Battle Of Azukizaka
31:43
Peasant Uprise To Tokugawa Shoganate
33:20
Review Of The Importate Concept
34:21
Competition, Rivalries, Local Resistance
34:31
Period IV: Contextualization

36m 20s

Intro
0:00
Understanding Historical Events In Context
0:56
Regard Past As Foreign Country
1:33
Using Context Gets Accurate past
2:25
Not Taking Context-Inaccurate-Lazy Thinking
2:36
Bigger Picture
4:52
World Influences
5:20
The Spanish Conquest
6:04
Racial Superiority
6:31
Technology
7:15
Religion
7:50
National Story
8:24
Heroes
9:01
The Aztec Empire
9:44
Hernan Cortez
10:08
Governor Saw Him As Rival
11:31
Cortez's March
11:36
500 Men
11:42
Montezuma
12:12
Context-Disease
13:48
Small Pox
14:02
Population Immunity
14:27
Killed 30% Of Those Who Got it
14:47
Native Americans Had No Immunity- Almost 100% Killed
14:58
From The Florentine Codex
15:39
Bernadino Sahagun
15:50
The Devastation Of Small Pox
18:05
Indians Died In Heaps
18:19
Homes Became Tombs
18:41
Context- Brutal European Warfare
19:28
Moors Removed From Spain
19:51
Brutal Warfare
20:44
Religious Wars Are Brutal
20:51
Cortez Sinks His Ships
21:32
Context-Native Allies
22:12
Human Sacrifice
23:13
Human Sacrifice Has Consequences
23:45
Cortez Attack Aztecs
26:49
Context: La Malinche
26:51
One Of The Slave Women Given To Cortez
27:44
Malinche Knew A Lot Of Languages
27:58
Valuable As Interpreter
28:23
'Next To God, She Is Responsible For My Success'
28:35
Traitor Or Hero?
29:21
Cortez And Malinche Has A Son
29:43
Mother Of Mexicans
29:53
Also A Traitor
30:32
Context-Religion
31:18
God's Will
31:31
Montezuma- People Needed To Appease Gods
32:30
Quetzalcoatl
33:05
Some People Believed Cortez Was Quetzalcoatl
33:45
To Kill Him Might Be Wrong
33:53
Context Is Essential
34:17
World Historical Context
34:37
Luck
35:00
VI. Period V: Industrialization & Global Integration, 1750-1900
Period V: Industrialization & Global Capitalism, Part I

30m 13s

Intro
0:00
Periodization
0:41
Farming
1:29
Classic Civilization
1:41
Atmosphere
2:05
Industrialization
2:31
Industrial Revolution
2:34
Revolution: Change That Happens Very Rapidly
2:58
Short Period Of Time In Which Things Changed
3:15
Luddites
3:35
Huge Change
4:05
Long Period
4:55
Incremental Change
5:23
Major Change In How Goods Are Made
6:19
Europe's Location On The Atlantic
7:22
Geographic Distribution Of Coal, Iron, Timber
7:48
European Demographic Changes
8:26
Urbanization
9:29
Agricultural Revolution In Productivity
9:36
Establishment And Protection Of Private Property
10:34
The Abundance Of Rivers And Canals
10:48
Access To Foreign Resources
11:20
Accumulation Of Capital
11:55
Machines And Fossil Fuels
12:42
Steam Engine
12:55
Coal Used As Fuel
13:03
James Watt
13:53
The Factory System
12:25
Josiah Wedgwood Making Of Pottery
15:28
The Factory System Creates Consumers
15:51
Scientific-High Temperatures
16:01
Queen's Set
17:20
Modern Selling Techniques
17:38
Created A Desire For Political Influence
18:16
Abolitionist
18:48
The Spread Of Industrialism
19:34
Systems And Technology
19:58
Technologies Spread
20:29
Relative Share Of World Manufacturing Outputs 1750-1900
21:35
GDP Per Capita
24:14
The Two industrial Revolutions
26:35
Steel (Bessemer Process)
26:45
Electricity
27:24
Chemicals
27:43
Precision Machinery
27:55
The Main Concept
29:25
Industrialism Changed How Goods Were Produced
29:35
Period V: Industrialization & Global Capitalism, Part II

20m 50s

Intro
0:00
Industrialism Integrates Global Trade
0:37
Periphery
1:38
Colonies Provide Single Natural Resources
1:46
Rubber
2:16
Guano (Bat Poop)
4:35
Industrialization Puts Some Out Of Business
5:52
Textile Production In India
6:10
Calico
6:29
Madras
6:00
Textile Mills Need Raw Materials
6:46
Ghandi Reacts
7:42
Industrialization Needs New Markets
8:52
Opportunity In China
9:43
Government Cooperation
9:56
The McCartney Mission, 1793
10:13
Why Isn't On One Knee Enough?
13:02
Chinese Emperor's Letter To King George III
13:59
Extensive Mining Centers Developed
15:08
Copper From Mexico
15:33
Manufacturing Created Great Wealth
15:57
South Africa Gold Mines
16:33
Core And Periphery
17:32
The Main Concept
19:02
New Patterns Of Global Trade
19:25
Industrialists Sought Raw Materials And New Markets
19:44
Period V: Industrialization & Global Capitalism, Part III

15m 2s

Intro
0:00
Where Is The Money For Industrialism
0:24
Financial Instruments Expanded
1:28
Stock Markets
1:47
Insurance
3:39
Gold Standard
5:00
Limited Liability Corporations
5:45
Business Insurance
7:33
Lloyds-Coffee House
7:41
Limiting The Risks
9:05
Capitalism
9:30
Business Expands Beyond The Nation
9:34
Transnational Companies
9:43
United Fruit Company
10:31
Banana Republics
11:28
Chicita
12:53
The Main Concept
13:24
Facilitate Investments
13:35
Various Financial Institutions
13:44
Developed And Expanded
14:09
Period V: Industrialization & Global Capitalism, Part IV

24m 58s

Intro
0:00
Communications & Transportation
0:50
Development Of Railroad
1:09
When Railways Started In Europe
2:01
1830-First Railway In England
2:14
Rapid Growth!
3:37
Steamships
4:27
Designed To Cross Atlantic
6:21
The Old Western
6:25
Integration Of Systems
6:28
Invention Of The Screw-Propeller
7:25
Canals
8:12
Moving Goods
8:19
Erie Canal
8:26
Major Canals Change World Connections
9:55
Suez Canal
10:02
Panama Canal
11:23
What Issues Remain After Canal Are Built?
13:26
Where Are They Located?
13:32
Who Should Control Them?
14:39
Communication
15:29
The Telegraph
16:17
Time Zones
17:12
How Would This Change The World
18:47
What Does It All Mean
19:58
A Need
20:12
Simple Technological Answer
20:44
More Complex Solutions
21:21
Intertwined
22:01
Rapid Speed Increase
22:23
Period V: Industrialization & Global Capitalism, Part V

43m 47s

Intro
0:00
Variety Of Responses To Global Capitalism
0:28
Attempts to Change Capitalism
0:57
Change For The Better
1:13
More Stuff
1:35
Light
2:14
Communicate
2:39
For The Worse-Children Work
3:09
People In Non-Industrializing Areas
4:05
Elite Benefited
4:39
Ordinary People Suffer
5:27
Children Working Past 7 PM
6:32
Children Reporting To The Night Shift
7:24
What Does It All Mean
7:39
Some People Benefit
8:02
Owners Of Factories
8:20
Some People Have It Not So Good
8:36
Children Working
8:51
Working In The City
10:58
Free-For-All
11:21
Individualism
11:39
Bad With Good
12:51
Who's Running The Show
13:29
Government
13:49
Industrialist
14:10
Answers To Downsides of Industrial Capitalism
15:38
Reaction to Children Working
15:44
Welfare
15:59
Child Labor Laws
16:10
Compulsory Education
16:19
Playgrounds
16:51
Work Permits
17:28
Unions Form And Seek Goals
18:42
Combination Act of 1799 (Great Britain)
19:14
Repealed
19:41
Reenacted
19:45
Unions Have A Rough Start
19:53
Great Railway Strike
20:06
Alternate Visions To Capitalism
21:37
Utopian Socialism
21:48
Anarchism
22:44
Marxism
23:59
Karl Marx And Communism
24:06
Bourgeoisie
24:34
Proletariat
25:47
Two New Classes
26:38
Struggle Involves Violence
28:56
Meanwhile In China And the Ottoman Empire
32:34
Conservative Societies
33:04
State Sponsored Responses To Industrialization
34:11
Modernizing
34:23
Meiji Restoration In Japan
34:44
Self-Strengthening Movement
35:24
Reform Within Industrial Capitalism
37:26
Public Education
38:05
Limit Working Hours
38:49
Social Security System
39:19
Expansion Of Suffrage
41:13
Main Concept
41:56
Global Capitalism-Variety Of Responses
43:03
Period V: Industrialization & Global Capitalism, Part VI

29m 8s

Intro
0:00
Changes In Ways People Live
0:14
PERSIA-Acronym
0:29
Political
0:56
Economic
0:59
Religious
1:01
Social
1:02
Intellectual
1:04
Arts
1:06
Political- Government
3:38
Economic- Goods & Services -Distribution
3:55
Religious- Deep Philosophical
4:39
Social- Classes- Hierarchy
6:34
Intellectual- Ideas
7:10
Arts- Paintings, Statuary, Architecture
7:42
Social Changes
9:12
Class Structure
9:29
Nobility
9:38
Clergy
9:50
Everyone Else
10:36
Factory Workers
12:13
The Bourgeois Problem
12:33
Deserve
13:52
The Proletariat
14:20
Fair
14:44
Marx- Opiate Of The People
16:02
Armed Forces
17:12
Proletariat Work For All
18:04
Family Dynamics
18:43
Effects
18:55
Family Size
19:01
Difference In Families Among Classes
20:11
Urban Compared With Rural
21:37
Children At Play
22:33
How The other Half Lives
22:46
The Problems Of Rapid Urbanization
24:40
Lack Of Planning For The Increase
25:30
Poor Health Conditions
25:34
Slums
25:42
High Concentration Of Economically Distressed People
25:54
A Buyers Market For Labor
26:09
Massive Pollution Problems
26:24
Main Concept
27:20
Significant Transformations In Industrialized States- Fundamental Restructuring
28:04
Global Economy
28:35
Industrialization Change The Way Society Works
28:43
Period V: Imperialism & Nation-State Formation, Part I

36m 6s

Intro
0:00
Establishing Transoceanic Empires
0:19
Quasi-state
1:25
Complete Colony
1:39
Sepoy Revolt
1:45
Queen Victoria
4:40
Why Is The Sepoy Rebellion A Turning Point
5:51
Spark
6:18
Drive Muslims And Hindus Together
7:27
Affects On Those Who Adopted English (Western) Ways
7:44
Local hereditary Leaders
8:40
English In India
9:38
English In England
11:08
Queen Victoria In 1845
12:58
Victoria Declared Empress Of India, 1876
13:27
Empires Expand In Asia And Pacific
15:10
French Move Into Southeast Asia
15:45
French Indochina
16:17
Japanese Fight For Control Of Korea
16:26
The French Expand Their Holdings In Asia
17:03
New Settler Colonies Established
17:53
Australia And South Africa
18:09
Botany Bay
20:13
British Take South Africa
20:35
Cape Town As Trading Center
21:05
English Settled IN South Africa
21:24
Boers
21:31
Boer War And Zulu War
22:03
Indian Laborers
22:10
Economic Imperialism
22:32
Example: The Opium Wars
23:35
Could Grow In India
25:20
Reversed Flow Of Silver
25:33
Social Deterioration
26:22
Naval Forces
27:09
What Were The Chinese Options
27:13
Letter From Lin Zecu
27:41
Xu Naiji
28:42
What Is The Role Of Industrialism
30:44
The Results Of The Opium Wars
31:56
China Severely Weakened- Unequal Treaties
32:14
Free Trade
33:28
Main Concept
35:01
Industrializing Powers-Transoceanic Empires
35:14
Period V: Imperialism & Nation-State Formation, Part II

27m 7s

Intro
0:00
Imperialism Influenced State Formation
0:17
Japan
0:36
Appearance Of Commodore Perry In Tokyo Harbor
1:36
The Commodore
2:26
Makes The Most Impact On This Artist?
3:31
An American Hero
5:06
English Translation Of The Treaty
5:44
Open Up Trade With United States
8:51
Imperialism Influenced State Formation
9:56
Change In Deeply Conservative Climate
10:11
The Meiji Restoration
11:12
Meiji Japan
13:00
Consolidated And Centralization Of Power
13:08
Close The Gap-Technology
13:24
State Sponsored Modernization And Industrialization
13:46
Russia And the United States
14:32
Manifest Destiny
14:44
The Mexican War
16:10
Railroad
17:17
Ottoman Empire Shrinks
18:23
Mohammed Ali
18:55
New States On The Periphery
20:06
The Zulu Kingdom
20:15
New Military Tactics And Organization
20:52
Shaka Zulu
20:59
New Expressions Of Nationalism
21:47
Taking In New Territory
22:06
People's Concept Of Nationalism
22:15
Gun Of Imperialism
23:15
Filipino Nationalism
23:33
Resistance to Spanish
24:39
American Control- Liberation
24:52
Liberation Didn't Happen
25:04
Main Concept
26:00
Imperialism- State Formation And Contraction
26:27
Period V: Imperialism & Nation-State Formation, Part III

43m 24s

Intro
0:00
Imperialism Justified By Racial Ideologies
0:18
Key Issue: Race
0:37
Historical Point Of View
1:22
Effects Of Racial Ideas
2:25
Is It Real?
3:01
Influence
3:43
Move More Towards Ethnicity
5:25
Race Based Upon Observable Physical Characteristics
6:20
Ethnicity Is Culture
8:29
Cultures Within Cultures
12:29
On The Origin Of Species, 1859
12:36
Charles Darwin
12:51
Voyage Of HMS Beagle, 1831-36
13:15
2nd Voyage
13:23
Took Five Years
14:15
Mapping
15:02
Fuegian Jemmy Button
15:30
Went Back To Land To Be Missionaries
16:32
Darwin Realized Difference Between People Is Culture
17:43
Voyage Of HMS Beagle, 1831-36
18:56
Galapagos Island
19:09
Natural Selection And Human Society
20:34
Natural Selection
20:57
Gradual Process
22:07
Traits
22:14
Reproductive
22:25
Survival Of The Fittest
22:58
Weeding Out The Progeny
23:31
Lesser Adaptation
23:48
Ones With Greater Adaptation- Stronger Survive
23:51
Laissez-Faire
25:08
Racism
25:55
Warfare
26:07
Colonialism
26:17
Imperialism
26:30
Social Darwinism
26:47
Caveat
27:26
Eugenic Type
27:44
Compassion
28:51
Ideology
29:16
Academic Definition
29:36
Parse
30:34
Pattern Clusters- Stuff Grouped Together
31:15
Normatively Imbued- Normal Concepts
32:05
Conceptual Maps-Representation Of Reality
33:53
Complex To Simple
35:42
Social Truth
36:48
Which Is Closer To The Truth
38:37
Serious downsides
38:56
Benefit
39:00
Politic As A Whole
39:23
Social-Economic System
39:37
There's A Problem
40:14
Main Concept
40:52
New Racial Ideologies Facilitated And Justified Imperialism
41:05
Period V: Scientific Revolution

22m 45s

Intro
0:00
What Is It That 1750 Represents?
0:12
Out Of Order
0:36
Inexact Date
1:03
World-Wide Effect
1:30
Industrial Revolution
3:44
Factors That Led
4:56
Scientific Revolution
4:59
Historians Do Not Think It Should Be Called Scientific Revolution
5:35
Slow Process
6:05
Ordinary People Not Effected
6:11
Scientific Revolution Begins In 16th Century
6:30
Vesalius
6:46
Dissections Of Cadavers
7:31
Harsh Criticism
7:56
Galileo Galilei, 1564-1642
8:06
Galileo Studies The Moon, 1610
8:23
Created A Better Telescope
8:43
Galileo's Trial For Heresy, 1616
9:40
Brought Him To Trial-1616
10:29
Guilty For Heresy- House Arrest
10:42
Francis Bacon And Scientific Method
11:12
Francis Bacon Said Test It
12:21
Extensions Of Bacon's Ideas
12:35
Scientific Method- Road To Truth
12:40
Technological Growth
13:18
Industry
13:44
Transportation
13:46
Communications
13:48
Isaac Newton, 1642-1726
13:54
Greatest Science Mind
14:11
Gravity
15:01
Laws Of Motion
15:02
Calculus
15:04
Perhaps The Most Significant Science Book
15:10
An Example Of A Science Mind At Work
15:38
The Apple Tree
15:39
Further Uses Of Newton's Idea
16:36
Enlightenment
16:48
Natural Law
17:04
Social Behavior
17:44
Get Rid Of Superstition
17:52
Periodization
18:07
Periodization: Construction Of Historians
19:10
Main Concept
19:29
Scientific Revolution Led To Enlightenment
19:43
Essential Precursor
20:02
Sea-Change In Thinking Of European Intellectuals
20:16
Most Scientists Remained Within The Christian Faith
21:11
Science Showed How God Worked, Not Eliminate God
21:50
Period V: Worldview Change

33m 1s

Intro
0:00
The Modern Period Of History
0:45
We Think Horse To Car
1:18
Up-To-Date
1:40
Historical Modern Vs. Pre-Modern
1:47
Modernity
2:04
Differences
2:12
Pre-Modern: Authority Final Say
2:20
Modern: Challenge Authority
2:42
Pre-Modern: Tradition
2:58
Modern: Science Leads To Truth
3:11
Pre-Modern: Spiritual World Is Real
3:37
Modern: Spirits Are Illusions
4:01
Pre-Modern: Illness Is Spiritual
6:13
Modern: Illness Is Physical
6:31
Pre-Modern: Religion Is Primary
7:46
Modern: Religion Is Secondary
7:51
Pre-Modern: Progress Is Suspicious
8:59
Modern: Progress Is Good
9:04
Pre-Modern: Intuition Is King
9:28
Modern: Reason Is King
9:59
Are You A Modern Person
10:34
Which Authority Do You Trust On Medicine
11:56
Pre-Modern: Girls Don't Play Football
14:19
Modern: Right To Play Football
15:05
Celebrate Columbus Day
15:19
Forces Toward Modernity
17:22
Greco-Roman, Chinese, Indian Learning
17:40
Arab Golden Age
17:59
Crusades
18:18
Renaissance
18:47
Exploration And Conquests
19:11
Scientific Revolution
19:39
Reformation From Renaissance
19:57
Enlightenment
21:17
Nationalism
22:35
Industrial Revolution
23:11
Capitalism
23:27
Imperialism
23:56
Human Rights
24:37
Freedom Movements
24:59
Conservative Backlash
25:17
Anti-Modernity
25:40
Boco Haram
26:18
Down With Western Education
26:40
Main Concept
28:03
Worldview Change
28:13
Corollaries
29:33
Opposition
30:02
Elite Accepted
30:23
Clashes Between Modernity And Its Critics
31:40
Period V: Nationalism, Revolution, & Reform, Part I

23m 11s

Intro
0:00
Key Question
0:20
Are People Basically Good Or Bad
0:30
Nurturing
1:28
Blank Slate
1:45
Enforcing Strong Laws
2:43
Calvinist Liturgy
3:30
Thomas Hobbes
3:45
Precursors To Revolutionary Changes
4:16
The Reformation
5:01
Defied One True Church
5:17
Radicals
6:33
Rightly Interpreted By Individuals
6:50
Key Concept
7:22
Rational And Scientific Take Precedent
7:38
Testing Authority Of Those In Charge
7:52
The Enlightenment
8:04
Intellectual, Philosophical, And Scientific Movement
8:42
Eschewed Tradition-Rely On Reason
9:28
Enhance Religion
9:52
Politics And Social Relationships
10:00
Newtonian
10:28
Human Interaction- Natural Laws
11:05
Revealed Religion
11:17
Didn't Jive With Newton
11:50
Reason, Mathematics, Science
12:14
Voltaire, 1694-1778
12:55
Well-educated
13:33
Writer
14:02
Critic Of The Church And The Monarchy
14:23
Religious Liberty And Against Political Tyranny
15:00
One Enlightenment Figure: Voltaire
15:37
Gift Of God Through Newton
17:11
Candide, 1759
17:22
People Could Be Better
18:38
Voltaire's Legacy
18:41
Fought For Civil Rights
19:06
Deist
20:02
Exposed Hypocrisies And Injustices Of Ancient Regime
21:27
Coffee
22:02
Main Concept
22:12
Applications To Human Society
22:25
Period V: Nationalism, Revolution, & Reform, Part II

36m 53s

Intro
0:00
The Influence Of The Enlightenment
0:16
Influence On Politics
0:56
John Locke, 1632-1704
1:08
Absolute Monarchy
2:25
Locke's Revolutionary Ideas
3:04
Social Contract
3:09
State Of Nature
3:16
Government Protected Those Rights
4:28
Separation Of Church And State
5:46
Right To Life, Liberty, And Property
7:31
Tabula Rosa- Blank Slate
8:26
Basic Notion Of Liberalism
9:09
Breeding Counts
10:45
Enlightenment And Revolution
11:46
Declaration Of Independence
12:17
Self-Evident
12:28
All Men Created Equal
12:41
Unalienable Rights
12:51
Life, Liberty, And The Pursuit Of Happiness
12:55
Thomas Jefferson
13:06
Government Instituted
14:10
Consent Of The Governed
14:19
Right Of The People
14:33
French Revolution Take Place
15:27
Declaration Of The Rights Of Man, 1789
15:37
Rights Of Man
15:57
Natural, Unalienable, Sacred Rights
16:15
Men Are Born And Remain Free And Equal In Rights
17:07
General Good
17:26
Natural And Imprescriptible Rights Of Man
17:56
Liberty, Property, Security, And Resistance To Oppression
18:10
Law- General Will
18:54
Same For All
19:10
Equal In Eyes Of Law
19:15
Cases And According To Forms Prescribed By Law
19:56
Arbitrary Order
20:15
U.S. Bill Of Rights, Ratified 1791
21:08
1st Amendment
22:14
8th Amendment
24:00
4th Amendment
25:25
James Madison
25:27
Esimon Bolivar's Jamaica Letter, 1815
26:52
Enlightenment And Social Change
29:02
Anti-Slavery
29:28
Ending Serfdom (Russia)
30:29
Universal Manhood Suffrage
30:58
Women's Rights
33:32
Main Concept
34:53
Natural Rights, Freedom Of Religion, Government, Science
35:03
Revolution In Politics And Social Order
35:39
Period V: Nationalism, Revolution, & Reform, Part III

28m 5s

Intro
0:00
A New Force In The World- Nationalism
0:19
Flags
0:57
Symbol Of Nation
1:08
Meaning Of Flag
1:17
Nationalism As A Powerful Motivator
1:44
Politicians Manipulate
1:54
What Is Needed To Product Nationalism
3:18
Well-defined Borders
3:36
Central Government
3:49
Common Ethic
4:24
Common Language
4:50
Common Myths
7:24
Common Distaste For Others
8:55
National Causes
9:49
Expression Of Nationalism
10:48
Shakespeare
10:54
France 1830
12:02
1848 Revolution
12:57
Venezuela- Hugo Chavez
13:54
People Sign Up Because Of Nationalism
15:05
Right/Wrong- My Country
15:44
American Fries
15:57
Main Concept
17:11
18th Century- Powerful Force
17:22
Rally Citizens- Especially War
17:39
Period V: Nationalism, Revolution, & Reform, Part IV

26m 16s

Intro
0:00
Discontent Breeds Anti-Imperialism
0:36
Guaranteed Markets For Their Goods
1:08
Protection Of A Powerful Nation
1:35
Technology Infusion
1:44
Highly Developed Civilization
2:06
Under Thumb Of Others
2:25
Mughal Empire
2:56
Maratha
3:15
Shivaji
3:25
Hindu Self Rule
3:38
Marathas Challenge Mughal Rule
3:59
Central Area Controlled
4:16
Revolution Rock The Status Quo
5:06
American Revolution
5:11
1776-1783
5:58
George Washington Crosses Delaware River
6:19
French Revolution
7:30
Called State General
8:41
Third Estate
8:56
Victory Of French Revolution
9:30
Declaration Of Rights Of Men
9:37
Women Of Paris
9:42
Demand King And Queen Come Back
10:17
King And Queen Came Back
10:23
King Beheaded
10:41
Deism
11:04
Hero
12:05
Pants
12:30
Reign Of Terror
12:36
Robespierre
13:27
New Governments
13:56
Napoleon Bonaparte
14:20
Dictator
14:44
Haitian Revolution
14:52
Massacre Of The Whites By The Blacks
15:34
Didn't Stay As Unsophisticated Battle
15:44
Began To Organize To Throw Off Slavery
16:11
Toussaint L'Ouveture
16:22
Revolution Was Successful
17:51
Haiti Became A Nation
17:56
European Roots In Enlightenment
18:08
African Roots
18:17
Latin American Revolutions
19:11
1810- Creoles Decide To Stand Up
19:59
Simon Bolivar
20:05
San Martin- Leader In Argentina
21:39
1830- Almost All Latin America Free
22:36
Slave Revolts
23:33
Maroon
23:52
Suriname
24:39
Main Concept
25:29
Increasing Discontent - Reformist
25:38
Period V: Nationalism, Revolution, & Reform, Part V

28m 58s

Intro
0:00
Discontent Breeds Anti-Imperialism
0:36
Not All Anti-Colonial Movements Succeeded
1:31
The Boxer 'Rebellion'
1:35
China 1900
2:00
Named By American Missionaries
2:11
China Not Going Well
2:35
Things Used To Be Good
2:50
Blamed Foreigners
3:12
Solution: Kill Foreigners
3:28
Beijing Map
3:49
Picture Of Boxers
4:25
Most Vulnerable Were Missionaries
4:45
Saw As Trying To Change Chinese Society
6:02
Soldiers Look Unprepared
6:16
8 Nations
6:36
Military Delegation To Put Down Boxers
7:01
American Marines
7:49
Did Boxers Accomplish Goal?
8:12
Restore Authority, Dignity
8:20
Boxers Captured
9:07
End- Executed
8:27
Aftermath Of Boxers
9:38
Prophetic Uprisings
10:52
Millenialism
11:29
The Taiping Rebellion
13:37
Hong Xiuquan
13:59
The Ghost Dance
17:27
The Xhosa, Cattle Killing Movement
19:36
Xhosa Cattle Killing Movement, 1856-58
19:41
Xhosa Prophet Nongquawuse
20:04
Reform Movements
21:42
Self-Strengthening Movement In Qing China
22:06
The Tanzimat Movement In The Ottoman Empire
23:25
The Tanzimat Movement
23:26
Reorganization
23:33
Sultan Mahmud II
23:40
Janissaries
23:48
Educational Aspect
25:25
Legal Aspect
25:52
Religious Aspect
26:15
Ended With Sultan Abdul Hamid
27:23
Main Concept
27:37
Increasing Discontent- Propelled Reformist & Revolutionary Movement
27:48
Period V: Global Migrations Part I

14m 38s

Intro
0:00
The Demography Of Migration
0:17
Migrants Increased Significantly
0:49
Industrialization & Enlightenment
1:21
Changes In Food Production
1:30
King George III
1:53
Farmer King
2:31
Science And Technology To Produce More Crops
2:45
Improved Domestic Animals
3:06
New Lands
3:32
Large Increase In Population
4:04
Changes For The Peasantry
4:10
Enclosure Movement
4:58
Took Away The Common Lands
6:17
Plants From Everywhere Grow In England
7:49
Population Growth Leads To Migration
8:51
Disrupted By Changes In Agriculture And Medicine
9:19
Transportation Systems
9:57
Where Are People Going to Go?
10:20
The City Of Chicago
10:32
People Move From Country To City
10:45
Industrial Revolution In Cities
12:03
Population Increase Accelerates In Late 1800s
12:54
Main Concept
13:20
Improvement In Food Production Led To Increase World Population
13:35
Urbanization
13:47
Period V: Global Migration Part II

28m 32s

Intro
0:00
The Whys Of Migration
0:22
Two Factors
0:38
The Push
0:49
Programs
1:40
Economic Reasons
2:36
Religious Push
2:53
The Pull
3:19
Economic= jobs
3:23
Religious
3:36
Degree Of Voluntary
3:55
Locating To Find Work
5:08
Cities
5:38
Manual Laborers
5:45
Potato Famine- Irish Died
6:00
Ended Up Building Railroads
6:34
Chinese Laborers- Rail Lines Through Sierra Mountains
6:45
Engineers
7:36
Missionaries
8:14
People With Skills Who Wanted To Set Up Churches, Schools, Etc.
9:16
Who Is Going To Do The Work Of Slaves
10:08
Do We Lose Demand For Sugar
10:35
Going To Increase
10:44
What Will Replace Slavery
10:52
Some Slavery Persist
11:10
Indentured Servitude
11:25
Contract Labor
11:37
'Contract' Labor
12:30
Transcontinental Railroad
12:48
Unifying Force
13:06
Promitary Point, UT
14:43
No Chinese People In Picture
15:01
First Chinese Contract Laborers In Hawaii
15:19
Growing Sugar Cane
15:38
First Chinese Contractor in 1852
15:45
First Japanese Contract Laborers In Hawaii
16:18
Women Also Came To Work In Fields
17:01
At One Point 41% Of People Of Hawaii Were Japanese Descent
17:11
Indian 'Contract' Labor
18:00
Mauritius- Island Off East Coast Of Africa
18:05
Misrepresented Contract
18:57
Picture Of Mauritius
19:38
Effects Upon Original Population
19:54
Majority Of People Were Descendents Of Indian Contract Laborer
20:08
Hawaii- 41% Japanese
20:28
Fiji- Indians And Fijian Hostility
20:43
Peru- Japanese
21:28
Alberto Fujimori
22:01
Argentina- Italian People
22:58
Convict Labor
23:55
America's South
25:03
Reconstruction
25:14
Slavery Is Over
25:22
Blacks Had To Have A Job Or Go To Prison
25:41
Not All Immigrants Stayed
26:31
Main Concept
26:58
Migrants Relocated For Variety Of Reasons
27:15
Period V: Global Migrations Part III

22m 42s

Intro
0:00
Conflicts Resulting From Migration
0:39
Enormous Amount Of People Move
0:50
Mostly Male
1:18
Young
1:39
Women At Home
2:43
idea Was Bring Women Later
3:20
Settle In Immigrant Communities
3:37
New Communities From Migrations
3:55
Chinese Most Widespread People Over The Earth
5:01
Southeast Asia
5:33
The Caribbean
7:46
South America
8:14
North America
8:37
Reactions Against New Immigrants
11:30
Changing Culture
11:52
Pigtail Ordinance
12:06
Chinese Exclusion Act, 1882
13:44
Chinese Began To Grow Vegetables
19:32
Chinese Went Into Fishing
19:54
Started Their Own Laundry
20:56
Chinese Restaurants
21:16
Main Concept
21:27
Large Scale Nature Of Migration- Significant Changes
21:37
Period V: Nationalism, Revolution, & Reform Part VI

39m 32s

Intro
0:00
New Political Ideologies Spread
0:27
Liberalism
1:21
Socialism
1:23
Communism
1:25
Liberalism Reaction Against Absolute Monarchism
1:43
Capitalism
2:50
Socialism From Excess Of Capitalism
3:18
Liberalism
3:58
Enlightenment Thinking
4:04
Govern Themselves
4:09
Education Is Important
4:28
People Should Be Free
4:57
Protect Rights Of People
5:11
Socialism
5:47
Early Industrial Revolution Produces Poverty
6:02
The New Capitalism-Wealthy, Government On Their Side
6:34
Greater Share In Profits
7:04
Alternative To Capitalist System
7:12
The Paris Commune (1871)
7:44
Franco-Prussian War
7:52
The Paris Commune (1871) Passed Laws
9:12
Separation Of Church And State
9:26
Remission Of Rents
9:51
Abolition Of Night Work In Bakeries
10:17
Pensions To Unmarried Companions And Children Of National Guards Killed On Active Service
10:40
Free Return-Workmen's Tools
11:14
Postponement Of Commercial Debt Obligations
12:15
Rights Of Employees
12:47
Key Issues For Socialist
13:28
Laissez Faire Capitalism
13:35
Government Power To Get Greater Share Of Industrial Profits To Workers
14:27
Workers Protected From Abuses Of Employers
14:53
Provisions Made For Workers- Injury Or Age
15:29
Moderates In Capitalist System
16:19
Radicals- Throw Out Capitalist System
16:34
Communism
17:06
Type Of Socialism
17:15
Karl Marx
17:24
Fredrick Engels
17:28
Communist Manifesto
17:31
The Essence Of Marx
18:19
Labor Theory Of Value
19:36
Series Class Struggles
20:41
Capitalists And Workers (Bourgeoisie And Proletariat)
21:33
Proletariat Will Over Come Bourgeois- Violent Revolution
22:00
Energize The Proletariat To Action
22:35
Temporary Dictatorship Of The Proletariat
23:02
Classless Society
23:20
According To Ability, According To Need
23:24
The Importance Of The French Revolution
23:47
School For Communism
24:10
Purity Of Thought
24:19
Party Must Act As One
24:46
Enemies Silenced
24:50
Bourgeois Eliminated
24:54
Extension Of The Enlightenment-Feminism
25:27
'All Men Are Created Equal'
25:52
Tradition
26:31
Patriarchy
26:48
Olympe de Gouges, 1748-1793
27:07
Invited To Salons
27:33
Declaration Of Rights, 1791
28:21
Declarations Of The Rights Of Women And The Female Citizen
28:30
Mount The Scaffold, Right To Mount The Speaker's Rostrum
30:16
De Gouges Not Party Line Enough
30:43
Seneca Falls Convention, 1848
31:14
Reworded Declaration Of Independence
33:05
Declaration Of Sentiments, Seneca Falls
33:26
Lucritia Mott, Speaker At Convention
33:27
Bombshell Resolutions At Seneca Falls
34:10
Duty Of Women- Sacred Right To Elective Franchise
34:28
Monopoly Of The Pulpit
35:15
Securing To Woman Equal Participation With Men
35:17
Main Concept
36:08
Discontent With Monarchist- New Ideologies
36:17
Women's Rights
37:47
Period V: Indentured Servitude, Part I

45m 30s

Intro
0:00
Materials Needed
0:21
Working With The DBQ
1:53
Beef Up Ability
2:09
Thinking Skills
2:24
Reviewing The Process
3:16
Parse The Essay Prompt
3:33
Read Historical Background
4:30
List Things That Prompt Asks
4:46
Make A Row On The Chart For Each Document
4:59
POV
5:52
Discover What Documents Answer The Prompt
7:12
Grouping
7:48
Ok, Let's Get Started
8:19
Parse The Prompt
8:29
Verb
8:34
Object
8:43
Modifiers
8:51
Analyze
10:04
Beneath The Surface-Parts-Why
10:11
Object: Main Features
10:43
Aspects: Causes And Consequences
10:56
2003 DBQ Grid
11:32
The Next Step-Parse The Documents
11:50
Paraphrase, Don’t Quote
12:38
Use Every Document
13:12
Points Of View
13:46
Possible Slants Of The Authors
14:51
Three Groups
15:48
Missing Document
15:57
Read The Documents As A Detective
16:39
POV On Each Document
17:55
Seek Additional Document
18:09
Look For Connections
18:24
Main Points
18:32
Thesis Must Address All Parts
18:49
Document 1
19:26
Source- Hermon Merivale
21:00
Analyze- Military
23:15
Cause-End Of Slavery
24:16
POV-Understate Voluntary Part Of The Servitude
24:45
Other- Indentured Servant
26:14
Consequences- Effort Is Required
29:05
Document 2
30:02
Source- Editorial In A South African Newspaper
30:11
POV- Editor Maybe Reacting To The Presence Of The Colonial Governor
31:37
Other- Town Councilman
33:26
Main Feature: Growing Sugar Needs A Lot Of Labor
34:34
Causes- Labor Needed, Slavery Ended
35:39
Consequences- Strife With Native Population
36:02
Document 3
37:06
Map
37:12
Main Feature- Workers Come From India, China, Japan
37:26
Causes-Islands Were Successful In Growing Sugar
39:18
Consequences-Large Number Of Indian, Chinese, Japanese People
40:32
POV-Someone Made It For Purpose
42:10
Reviewing The Process So Far
43:13
The Rest Of The Documents
45:06
Period VI-VII: Indentured Servitude, Part II

40m 23s

Intro
0:00
Materials Needed
0:25
Working With The DBQ
0:49
Beef Up
0:58
Reviewing The Process
1:16
Parse Essay Prompt
1:24
Historical Background
1:32
POV
2:13
Discover As You Read
2:24
Thesis
2:58
Grouping
3:01
Ok, Let's Get Started
3:08
Analyze
3:22
Document 4
4:13
Source- Chart
4:32
POV- Selected
5:16
Main Features- Lots of People Left China, Japan, & India
7:22
Causes- End Of Slavery, Need For Labor
8:14
Consequences- Make Changes In Home Country & New Century
8:58
Document 5
10:01
Source- Photos
10:07
Main Features- Looks A Lot Like Slavery
12:08
Consequences- A Lot Of People Stayed And Worked
12:48
Causes- Must Have Been Hard To Return To Country Of Origin
13:09
POV-Photographer Frames
14:01
Posing
14:32
Document 6
16:08
Source- Chart
6:15
Main Features- Native Population Going Down
16:43
Mostly Men
17:26
Causes- Large Importation Of Workers
18:22
Consequences- Culture Changes
19:57
Government Document Closes To Accurate
20:36
Document 7
21:06
Source- Contract For Indentured Servants
21:15
Main Features- Was It Accurately Represented
23:59
Other- Someone Who Observed
25:53
POV- Recruiting Document
27:14
Causes- Need Labor
28:19
Consequences- May Not Be As Promised
28:58
Document 8
29:27
Source-Ramana, A Worker
29:43
Main Features- All Against The Contract
30:57
POV- Complaint May Be Exaggerated
31:31
Other- See More To See If This Is Normal
32:00
Causes- Taken Advantage Of
33:53
Consequences- Ill Health, Death
34:05
Document 9
34:31
Source- Stats From Government Records
34:39
Main Features- By 1920s, The Immigrant Workers Were Either Significant Minority Or Majority
35:31
Consequences- Stayed
36:29
POV- Official, Trustworthy
38:05
Causes- Poor Wages
38:22
Reviewing The Process So Far
39:05
Write From An Outline
39:38
Period VI: Science & The Environment

23m 54s

Intro
0:00
Science And The Environment
0:34
Science Is Key
2:19
New Technology
2:32
Threats To The Environment
2:44
Technologies Affect The World
2:54
Results Of New Technologies
3:26
Limits Of Geographical Distance Eliminated
3:41
Downsides Of Controlling Info
4:19
Access Continues To Grow
5:09
New Paradigms Rock Science
6:10
Thomas Kuhn
6:37
Model Problems And Solutions
7:19
Einstein Knocks Newton's Universe
7:28
E=mc2
8:55
Theory Of Relativity
10:03
Niels Bohr And Quantum Physics
11:13
Gravity
12:03
Predictable
12:15
Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle
12:51
Can't Know Velocity And Particles At Same Time
13:41
Observer Changes What Is Observed
13:59
The New Psychology
14:25
Subconscious
14:45
Scientific Theories Fall Into The Popular Mind
15:24
The Theory Of Relativity
15:35
The Uncertainty Principle
16:23
Popular Psychology
16:55
The Green Revolution
17:14
Chemicals
17:33
Genetically Modifying
17:56
Irrigation
18:45
Medical Advances Prolong Human Lifespans
19:47
Polio
20:14
Virus
20:19
Science And The Environment
22:31
Science Developed Rapidly
22:54
Technologies
2:05
Threats To The Environment
23:14
Period VI: Population Explodes, Environment Implodes

16m 5s

Intro
0:00
Science And The Environment
0:34
New Technologies
0:53
Growth In Population
0:59
Threats To The Environment
1:03
Exploitation Of Resources
1:39
Unprecedented Levels
1:57
Global Warming
2:36
Controversial
2:46
Political Parties
3:22
Science? No.
4:18
Economic
5:48
Climate Change Is Real
6:50
Not Predictable
6:57
Negative
7:02
Cause Of Climate Change
8:00
Western Draught
9:31
Desertification
10:16
The Rate Of Species Extinction
11:14
How Shall We Deal With This
11:52
Political Football
12:01
Be Positive
13:15
Be Negative
13:54
Science And The Environment
14:55
Science, Rapid, New Technology, Growth In Population
15:04
Changed Relationship With The Environment
15:21
Period VI: Demographic Shifts Occur Because Of Innovations, Disease, & Modern Warfare

26m 17s

Intro
0:00
Science And The Environment
0:51
Demographic Shifts
1:03
Diseases Of The Poor
1:05
Malaria
1:34
Hepatitis
2:26
HIV-AIDS
5:20
Schistosomiasis
5:52
Intestinal Parasites
6:09
Emergent Epidemic Diseases-1918 Flu
6:42
Pandemic
6:58
Emergent Epidemic Diseases-Ebola
7:56
West African Cities
8:39
Irrational Behavior
9:12
Chart
9:54
Lifestyle Disease
11:22
Type 2 Diabetes
11:40
Sedentary Lifestyle
11:55
Effective Birth Control Emerges
13:03
Birth Control Desirable- and Not Desirable
14:06
Effects Of Birth Control Availability
16:14
Why Opposition To Birth Control
17:42
Genocide
17:51
Control Amount Of Children
18:06
The Chinese One-Child Program
18:23
Moral Issue
18:34
Abortion
19:29
Changed Society
19:39
New Military Technology
20:11
The Tank
20:47
The Airplane
20:48
Nuclear Weapons
20:50
New Military Tactics
21:50
Firebombing
21:52
New Military Tactics-High Casualties
22:23
Dresden City Center
22:40
Tokyo Firebombing
23:14
Atomic Bomb
23:46
Hiroshima
24:02
Nagasaki
24:42
Science And The Environment
25:10
Key Concept
25:35
Demographic Shifts
25:39
Period VI: Europe Domination Gives Way To New Forms Of Transregional Political Organization

38m 45s

Intro
0:00
Older, Land-Based Empires Collapse
1:15
Ottoman
1:38
Russian
1:39
Qing
1:41
Why Older, Land-Based Empires Collapse
2:16
Internal And External Causes
3:32
Qing As An Example
5:58
Military Defeats
6:06
Protracted War
6:43
Forced To Make Concessions To Western Powers
7:30
Prince Gong
8:01
Self-Strengthening Movement
8:14
Technical Stagnation
8:39
Boxer Rebellion
10:38
Death Of The Emperor And Empress Dowager Cixi
11:12
Regional Power Centers Take Control
11:47
Can Old Ways Succeed In The Modern World
12:11
Colonies Go For Independence
16:21
Decolonization
16:46
Inevitable?
17:00
Some Colonies Negotiate Freedom
20:01
Negotiate
20:14
India Negotiates Independence
20:52
The First Indian National Congress
21:07
Gandhi
21:52
Salt March
23:12
Independence Through Armed Struggle
25:09
Vietnam Independence Through Warfare
27:33
Colonized By French
27:47
Put Down by French
28:22
World War II
28:50
Resource To Fight The War
28:57
Viet Ninh
29:32
Hanoi
30:55
Nationalist/Communist Forces Win Battle
31:30
Ho Chi Minh
31:33
Dien Bien Fhu
31:49
Vietnam Divided-North And South
32:05
The North Attempts To Unify
33:32
Slippery Slope-All Communist
33:47
Global Conflicts And Their Consequences
37:06
European Domination Losing Out
37:22
Transregional
37:34
Decolonization
38:07
Period VI: Emerging Anti-Imperial Ideologies Aid In Dissolving Empires & Making New States

40m 48s

Intro
0:00
Nationalist Leaders Challenge Imperialism
0:31
Mohandas Gandhi
0:43
Ho Chi Min
0:46
Kwame Nkrumah
0:48
How important Is The Person
1:24
Dynamic Leader Creating Situations
1:40
The Great Man Theory
1:56
Situations Waiting For Leader?
2:17
Kwame Nkrumah- African Lenin
5:03
Gold Coast
5:21
Italian Invasion Of Ethiopia
5:42
Pan-Africanism
6:12
Colonial Abuses
6:36
Self-Rule
7:06
Called Himself African Lenin
7:10
Started A Political Party
8:41
Put In Jail
8:51
Nkrumah's Party Wins In A Landslide
10:00
'Motion Of Destiny'
10:24
Regional, Religious, & Ethnic Movements
10:57
Challenge Colonialism
11:28
Challenge Imperial Boundaries
11:32
Quebecois
12:02
Biafra
13:09
Mohammad Ali Jinnah, 1876-1948
13:59
Moderate
15:22
All India Muslim League & Indian National Congress
16:02
Effective Muslim Participation
16:19
Difficult
16:31
Resigns From Congress
16:53
Rejects Gandhi's Methods
17:10
Separate State For Muslims
17:44
Creation Of Pakistan
18:08
Transnational Movements
19:30
Pan-Africanism
20:15
Pan Arabism
20:43
Communism
20:47
Democracy And Free-Market Capitalism
21:15
Gamal Abdel Nasser, 1918-1970
21:58
Egyptian Nationalist And Pan Arab
23:10
Coup That Overthrows The King- Establish New Government
23:33
Suez Crisis Of 1956
24:09
United States Doesn't Want To Help
24:53
United Arab Republic
25:31
Socialism
26:18
Soviet Union- Cold War
26:41
High Aswan Dam
27:24
Non-Aligned Group Of Nations
28:08
Third World
28:33
Third World- Poor Countries
29:32
Socialist Model
30:19
Authoritarian
30:26
Outlawed Muslim Brotherhood
30:53
Communist And Socialist Influences
33:23
Latin American, Asian, And African Countries
33:38
Mexico
34:29
Revolution Of 1910- Land Reform- Priority
35:42
Ejidos
36:01
American Oil Interests Nationalized
36:37
1934 Agrarian Code
37:56
Global Conflicts And Their Consequences
38:11
Decolonization
38:25
Transregional Political Organization
38:46
The Three Worlds
38:51
Cross National Lines And Thinking
39:00
Period VI: Political Changes Were Accompanied By Major Demographic & Social Consequences

43m 50s

Intro
0:00
Changes In Colonial Boundaries
1:46
Nation-States
2:06
Decolonization
3:31
Intellectual Reasons
4:49
Enlightenment
5:20
Problems In The Transitions
6:03
Speed
6:39
How Much Say In Running Of Colony Before Independence
7:01
Boundaries
9:36
Ethnic/Language Groups
10:23
Arbitrary Line Drawing
10:52
Colonial Empires To Nation-States
12:00
England
12:05
Special Problem Of the Middle East
17:48
Empires Dissipate
18:16
Centers Of Powers
18:31
Why Would Any Of This Change
19:07
Sick Man Of Europe
19:41
Sykes-Picot Agreement, 1916
21:10
Simplified Map
21:45
The Balfour Declaration, 1917
23:04
Sympathy
23:20
The Treaty Of Versailles
25:48
How To Handle A Multi-Ethnic State
26:58
Yugoslavia
27:07
Marshal Tito
27:27
Czechoslovakia
27:47
Iraq & Syria
28:29
Saddam Hussein
28:42
Assad
29:00
Migrations Of Former Colonists
29:44
Migrate To Metropoles
30:05
Continued Connection
30:48
Algerians To Paris (France)
31:36
12% Of French-Algerian Descent
32:14
2nd Class Citizenship
32:30
Religious Issues
32:55
French Laws
32:59
Ban On Face-Covering In Public
33:22
European Court Of Human Rights
34:00
Outlawed Wearing Hijabs
34:06
French Riots, 2005
35:32
French/North African Cuisine
36:06
Casse-croute Tunisian
36:29
Conflict Results In Refugees
37:00
Armenia
37:31
The Holocaust
37:51
Cambodia (Killing Fields)
38:08
Rwanda (Hutu Massacre Of Tutsis)
38:39
Rwandan Genocide
38:42
German Colony
38:58
Hutu And Tutsi
39:05
Hutu President Killed- Catalyst
40:00
Rwandan Genocide, 1994
40:27
Mostly Killed By Machete
40:33
More Than 2,000,000 became refugees Escaping Zaire
40:47
Palestinians: Another Displacement Of Peoples
41:24
Refugee Camps
42:24
5,000,000 Camps Today
42:37
Key Concept
42:53
Political Changes Accompanied By Major Demographic & Social Changes
43:16
Period VI: Major Conflict Dominates The 20th Century Causing Both Attempts Toward Peace & Toward Intensifying Conflicts

37m 37s

Intro
0:00
Groups And Individuals Oppose War
0:49
Human Nature?
1:16
Conflict Is Human
1:41
Buddhists In South Vietnam
2:08
Buddhism Is Major Religion In Area
3:18
Buddhist Oppressed By South Vietnam Government
3:28
Catholic Church Largest Land Holder
3:51
Refused To Participate In Land Reform
4:50
Ngo Dinh Diem
5:19
Only Catholics Held Position Of Power
6:25
Priests- Private Armies Destroy Buddhist Pagodas
6:38
Peaceful Demonstrations
6:56
Buddhist Flag Outlawed
8:38
500 Monks Demonstrated In Hue- Hunger Strike
9:00
Soldiers Poured Plastic Chemicals On Praying Monks
9:29
Thich Quang Duc
9:47
Self-immolated
9:51
Martial Law
11:03
Coordinated Series Of Attacks On Buddhist Pagodas
11:22
US Removed Support On Diem
12:07
Of The Malcolm Browne Photo
12:33
Thich Quang Duc's Message
12:50
MLK & Non-Violence As A Political Tactic
14:11
Practical- Nonviolence Only Road
15:25
Quote By MLK
16:57
Courage To Put End To Suffering By Willingly Suffering Themselves
17:36
Segregation Forever?
19:09
Opposing The Status Quo In China, 1989
20:14
Tiananmen Square Protest
20:21
Tiananmen Square Protest, 1989
20:55
89 Democracy Movement
20:59
Hu Yao-Bang
21:06
Harm Of Inflation
21:33
Protests
21:49
Protests Ended
23:11
Illegal To Speak About
23:17
Military Answer Is: More Military
24:30
Idi Amin Of Uganda
24:57
Agusto Pinochet
26:12
President Allende
26:29
Francisco Franco
28:29
Won Spanish Civil War
28:40
Close To Nazi Germany
29:03
Terrorism As A Method
30:34
Violent Activities Against Civilians To Gain Political Goals
31:00
Irish Republican Army (IRA)
31:18
British Sent Troops
33:20
IRA Institutes 'The Long War' Strategy
33:50
Popular Culture Influenced
34:34
Conflicts Profound Influence On Popular Culture
34:53
James Bond
35:13
23 Movies
35:23
Key Concepts
36:23
Conflicts Dominate 20th Century
36:44
Period VI: States Responded Differently To The Economic Challenges Of The 20th Century

26m 1s

Intro
0:00
The Communist Way
0:52
Large Issue
1:28
Industrial Output
1:34
Steel Production
2:05
Five-Year Plans
2:21
Mao's Program
2:39
The Great Leap Forward
2:47
Massive Urbanization
3:10
Cooperatives
3:26
System Wasn't Working
5:24
Mao's Secret Weapon- Peasant Power
5:32
Produce Steel
5:50
Peasants Make Steel At Night
5:53
Meanwhile Back In Capitalism
7:17
Progressivism
7:52
President Roosevelt, Taft, Wilson
8:00
Laissez Faire Given Another Chance
8:44
1929 The Great Depression
8:58
Franklin Roosevelt- The New Deal
9:14
The Great Depression As Change-Agent
9:38
Chart Showing Unemployment
11:30
New Government Programs
12:13
Social Security
12:17
WPA
12:49
Federal Food Stamps
13:24
Not Everyone Thought It Was A Good Idea
14:22
New Independent Nations Economic Plans
15:01
Example: The Asian Tiger Nations
15:36
Asian Tigers (Dragons)
16:11
Export Industries
16:15
High Public Savings Rate
16:43
Government Spending Came Down
16:54
Liberal Economics
17:40
Asian Tiger Cubs
17:55
A Turn Toward Conservative Economics
20:37
President Ronald Reagan
21:21
Margaret Thatcher
21:26
Deng Xiaoping
21:32
Augusto Pinochet
21:35
Second Generation Chinese Communism
22:16
Deng Xiaoping
22:18
Mao Chose Hua Guofeng
22:52
Deng Xiaoping Took New Role
23:12
Deng Xiaoping Used Communism
23:31
Liberalize Economics
23:55
China Today Result Of Deng's Radical Change Of Direction
24:37
Key Concepts
25:01
Communist Countries- Tight Control On Economy
25:13
Western Outgrowth Of Depression
25:28
70s More Conservative Economic Policies
25:50
Period VI: International Interdependence Is Facilitated By Global Organizations

42m 39s

Intro
0:00
International Organizations Formed
1:39
World War I And II
1:52
Shock To The System
2:42
What To Do Differently
2:59
Don't Let Germany Arm
3:24
Maintain Greatest Fighting Force
4:26
Don't Trust Russians
5:47
Don't Trust The Americans
6:25
Combined Force Of Western Nations To Deter Soviet Aggression
7:00
Suppress Communism
8:01
Russia/Soviet Union- Prevent Western Incursions
8:42
Don't Want WWIII
9:22
International Organization
9:50
Protracted Engagement
10:30
New Nations
10:59
Nuclear Weapons
12:13
International Controls
12:42
Chemical And Biological Weapons
13:37
International Agreements
13:44
Limits
14:36
League Of Nations
14:52
Woodrow Wilson
15:10
Fourteen Points
15:17
League Of Nations
15:40
The Gap In The Bridge
16:22
The United Nations
18:01
Took Over League Of Nations
18:24
UN Buildings In NYC
19:00
Security Council Room
19:15
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon
19:53
Evaluating The United Nations
20:27
Critics Say Toothless
20:33
Spends Money Foolishly
21:07
Too Powerful & Takes Away A Country's Right Sovereignty
21:52
International Economic Institutions
23:36
World Bank And International Monetary Fund (IMF)
23:45
Economic Issues Drive Conflict
24:16
Economic Disparity
25:10
Trade- International Issue
25:50
How Would World Trade Made Fairer Among Nations
26:29
International Trade Agreements
26:46
World Trade Organization
27:13
Global Rules Of Trade
27:35
Ensure That Trade Flows As Smoothly, Predictably, And Freely
27:44
GATT
28:09
Nations Belong To WTO Based On Agreement
28:21
WTO Can Overrule National Policy- Loss Of Sovereignty
28:52
Achieve Some Kind Of Parity Among Nations So All Benefit
29:36
The Rise Of Non-Governmental Organizations
30:13
NGO
30:29
Non-profit
30:40
Globalism
31:50
Doctors Without Borders
32:27
France Sided With Biafrans
33:09
French Sent Doctors to Biafra As Part Of Red Cross
33:26
Red Cross- Complicit With Nigerian Government
33:54
Humanitarian Organization
34:22
Viola, Medecins Sans Frontieres
34:34
Doctors Without Borders Missions
34:44
Regional Trade Agreements
35:22
Complete Free Trade Among Members
36:08
Single Currency, The Euro
36:17
Trading Bloc
36:59
NAFTA
37:56
The Rise Of The Multinational Corporations
38:09
Corporations Expand
38:26
Economic Clout
39:00
Allegiance To Stockholders
39:07
Influence Politics
39:23
More Profit Outside Of US
39:44
Environmental Organizations
40:36
Greenpeace
40:55
Key Concept
41:28
The World Is Becoming More Global
41:39
States, Communities, And Individuals- Interdependent
41:49
Global Governance
42:03
Period VI: New Conceptualizations Of Society & Culture By New Technologies

37m 55s

Intro
0:00
Acceptance Of Human Rights Spread
0:46
Why Oppose Human rights
2:17
National Leaders Agree To Universal Human Rights ?
3:09
Concept A Western Idea And Doesn't Fit?
4:09
Universal Declaration Of Human Rights
5:07
Larger After WWII
5:19
War Crimes
6:03
People Became More Sensitive To Problems People Faced
6:17
Solution?
6:50
The Answer Is Human Rights
7:14
Publication Of Universal Declaration Of Human Rights
7:50
Inalienable Rights
8:28
Born Free
9:24
Universal Declaration, Article 26
9:46
Taking Human Rights To Education
10:15
Equally Accessible On The Basis Of Merit
10:42
Respect For Human Rights And Fundamental Freedoms
11:48
Prior Right To Choose Kind Of Education
12:44
Limited Success Of Human Rights
13:13
Pierre N. Leval In Foreign Affairs
13:50
Cultural Identities And Reactions
15:03
Wish To Be Understood
15:32
Chains Of Culture
13:36
Queer
15:45
Negritude
17:50
Negritude
19:57
Equality Of All Races
20:05
Black Is Beautiful
21:07
Harlem Renaissance
21:28
On The Other Hand, Exclusion Politics
23:35
Xenophobia
24:10
Large People Movements
24:39
Understandable Resistance
24:51
Political Movements
25:06
New Forms Of Spirituality Emerge
27:43
Falun Gong
28:21
Li Hongzhi
28:30
QiGong
29:20
Combines Exercises With Moral Teachings
31:04
Moral Teachings Are Important
31:32
Five Exercises
32:45
Emergent Fundamentalism
33:10
Strayed Way Off-Course Led To Weakness And Unfaithfulness
33:35
Return To the Past When Religion Was Pure
34:00
God Will Reward
34:19
Key Concept
34:37
New Ideas Challenged Old Assumptions
36:50
Period VI: Popular Consumer Culture Became Global

6m 43s

Intro
0:00
Sports Intertwine With Nation
1:12
FIFA
1:29
European Nations
1:43
International In 1930
1:51
200 Nations
1:57
World Cup
2:05
FIFA Involves The World
2:47
Music And Film Become Global
2:59
Example: Reggae
4:04
Key Concept
5:06
Popular And Consumer Culture Become Global
5:12
AP Practice Exam: Multiple Choice, Part I

42m 58s

Intro
0:00
Improving Your Score On Multiple Choice
0:18
Basic Multiple Choice Strategy
1:49
Good Sleep
2:08
Set Your Attitude
3:12
Read The Question Carefully
4:17
If You're Not Sure Of Answer
4:35
Mark On Answer Sheet
6:54
Double check
8:18
Get The Easy Ones
8:22
Beware Of Your Pace
9:06
Question 1
11:12
Neolithic Age
11:26
Stumbling Block: Vocabulary Word Sedentary
11:33
Question 2
13:48
Neolithic Age- How Life Changed
14:26
Population Improved
16:30
Question 3
17:09
Roman, Han, Gupta
17:25
Question 4
19:09
Judaism And Hinduism
19:17
Question 5
21:57
Unique
21:19
Influences
22:44
Question 6
26:05
Bantu Migration
26:11
Question 7
28:57
Cross Out When Reading Passages
33:46
Question 8
35:38
Incas And Aztecs
35:45
Question 9
37:38
What Causes Cities To Grow
37:53
Question 10
39:28
Map Question
39:37
Next Session
42:22
AP Practice Exam: Multiple Choice, Part II

48m 48s

Intro
0:00
Improving Your Score On Multiple Choice
0:22
Basic Multiple Choice Strategy
1:18
Good Sleep
1:29
Set Your Attitude
1:40
Read The Question Carefully
2:13
Good Technique
2:30
Gut Feeling
4:18
Question 11
4:50
Periodization
5:25
Late 1400s
5:57
What's The Reason For This Period
6:12
Discovery Of The Americas By Europeans
6:27
Find The Answer, You're Done
8:35
Question 12
9:16
Columbian Exchange
9:23
Africans Came To Western Hemisphere
12:09
African And European Diseases Go To The Americas
12:27
Question 13
13:10
Plantation System
13:14
Reasons For Plantation
13:49
Cash Crops- Sugar And Tobacco
14:45
Question 14
15:10
Influence Population Trends In Europe And China
15:25
American Crops- Sweet Potatoes
19:33
Question 15
20:35
Chronological Thinking
20:42
Why Did Portuguese Not Have Trade With West Africans Until 15th Century
21:00
Technology
21:36
Diseases Work, But Not The Right Order
25:08
Question 16
25:26
Overthinking Question
25:34
Evidence
26:57
Did Europeans Control Most Of The Trade In 1600-1700
28:11
European Merchants Only Took Small Part
31:00
Question 17
32:09
Additional Document
32:50
How Much Profits Made In Slave Trade- Portuguese
33:44
European Slave Trader's Account Books
34:58
Question 18
36:19
Long Passage, One Answer
36:48
Pressed For Time?
36:56
Question 19
40:35
Nature Of Empire In 16th Century
40:44
Name
40:50
Mughal & Ottoman
41:19
Gunpowder
42:41
Question 20
44:29
Heart Of The Matter
44:35
Why Did The Europeans Dominate
44:50
Industrial Revolution
45:31
Next Session
48:10
AP Practice Exam: Multiple Choice, Part III

45m 17s

Intro
0:00
Improving Your Score On Multiple Choice
0:20
Basic Multiple Choice Strategy
0:57
Get Good Sleep
1:14
Set Your Attitude
1:32
Read The Questions Carefully
2:05
What Happens When You Don't Know
2:10
Eliminate Wrong Answers
2:27
Reject Second Thoughts
3:18
Some Questions Are Difficult, Answer Easy Ones First
3:33
Skip Time Consuming Questions, But Mark Answer Anyways
3:57
Be Aware Of Your Pace
4:15
Question 21
4:43
Graphs
5:04
Pacman
5:58
What’s The Reason For Change In Exports/Imports
6:36
Industrialization Caused This Increase
7:55
Question 22
9:16
Second Industrial Revolution
9:23
Airplane
10:39
Electricity And Steel
10:55
1850-1900 No Airplanes Or Radio, Wrong Time Period
11:24
Question 23
11:56
'EXCEPT'
12:04
Underline 'EXCEPT'
12:32
Population Growth
12:46
Green Revolution Wrong Time Period
14:57
Question 24
15:14
We Refer To Chinese Dynasty Not Empire
16:01
Which Empire?
16:29
Only Japanese
16:43
We Don't Refer To The Others As Empires
16:57
Question 25
17:14
Tricky Question- Lead You Astray
17:21
Africa-China Involvement
18:00
Pay Attention To Adjective- Ex. Extensive
19:09
Competition Among Imperialist Power
19:55
Question 26
20:57
Who Is Haiti Connected To?
21:35
Haiti Was Possession Of France
22:09
Question 27
23:03
Emphasis
23:24
Comparison Between North And South
24:13
Enlightenment
24:50
Question 28
28:46
Several Possibilities
28:55
'Leading' (Most Important)
29:05
Medical Innovations
30:49
Question 29
33:21
Major Force Of 19th And 20th Century
33:25
Cold War
33:32
Nationalism
37:53
Question 30
40:29
1980s-1990s International Relations
41:00
Reduction In The Cold War
42:43
Next Sessions
43:58
Comparison Essay
44:24
Change And Continuity Over Time Essay
44:27
Period V: Indentured Servitude, Part III

53m 18s

Intro
0:00
Needed Materials
0:33
Essay Format
0:52
Five Paragraph Essay Format
2:13
Intro Paragraph Containing The Thesis
2:19
Topic Sentence
3:26
Document 1 says
4:05
Evidence From Documents
4:35
Groupings
4:47
Linking Words
6:15
POV
6:23
Possible Additional Documents
6:30
Getting To A Thesis
7:01
Causes And Consequences
7:43
Main Features
7:55
Indentured Servants- Slavery By Another Name
8:48
Near Slavery Conditions
9:25
Near Slavery In Kind Of Work
10:00
End Of Slavery
10:52
Need Of Cheap Labor
10:59
Large Number Of People Moving Around
11:22
These Immigrants Brought Change To Places They Worked
12:05
Let's Write The Essay- 1st Paragraph
12:56
Thesis
14:13
Indentured Servitude- Characterized By Being Very Near Slavery
14:19
Causes: Unfortunate
16:25
Large Number Poor People From Asia
18:01
Roadmap
19:32
Let's Write The Essay- 2nd Paragraph
20:29
First Argument
20:43
Evidence
22:17
Footnote
27:20
Extra Document
30:50
Let's Write The Essay- 3rd Paragraph
31:56
Second Argument- Causes
32:00
Documents 3, 4, 7 Illustrates…
34:24
POV
37:50
Let's Write The Essay- 4th Paragraph
39:40
Consequences
39:42
Evidence- 2, 3, 4, 6, 9
42:08
POV
44:47
Extra Document-Townspeople
45:12
Let's Write The Essay- 5th Paragraph
46:11
If No Concluding Paragraph- Zero Harm
46:28
Good For Adding Anything Missed
46:40
Reviewing The DBQ Process
48:37
Answer All Parts
48:42
Draw Chart
48:46
Additional Columns
49:05
Discover As You Read
49:12
Topic Sentences
50:05
Dealing With The Time Factor
51:06
Biggest Mistake Is Not Planning
51:16
Will get More Points If Organize
51:34
Give Practice Essays To Peers Or Teachers
51:59
Re-Do
52:14
Repeat
52:24
Good Luck!
54:40
Change & Continuity Over Time Essay Question Practice

29m 42s

Intro
0:00
Materials Needed
0:21
Working With The CCOT
1:03
It is Historical Thinking Skills Intensive
1:25
Many Students Don’t' Understand the Work That Historians Did to Write the Narrative
2:15
Many Students Do Not Use Time to Plan Their Essays
4:03
What is the Benefit for You?
4:31
Goal is to Help You Beef Up Your Abilities in Historical Thinking Skills
4:43
2014 AP World CCOT
5:13
The Rubric For The Essay
5:25
Valid Thesis
6:48
Addresses All Parts
6:56
Substantial Historical Evidence
7:05
Relevant World Historical Context
7:23
Analyzes Process Of Continuity
7:59
How Hard It Is To Do Each One
8:15
Parse the Essay Prompt
9:57
Analyze
10:30
Continuities and Changes
11:02
Participated in Interregional Trade
11:29
About 1500-1750
13:09
Use a Graphic Organizer to Plan the Essay
13:38
Continuities
14:43
Why Did That Happen
14:51
World Historical Context
15:08
Evidence
15:42
Beginning and End of the Period
15:57
Beginning and End
16:16
Evidence
16:43
Change Points
17:10
Time
17:23
Columbus is Key Here
17:46
Discovery of Large Silver Deposits
17:59
Demand for Sugar
18:27
Use of Plantation System
18:57
De La Casas
19:09
Economic Success
20:17
Trade Success
22:20
Continuities
22:45
European Powers Were Present
22:53
Native People Were Always on the Short End of the Stick
23:13
Latin America Produces Raw Materials and Europe Produce Finished Goods
23:34
Analysis
23:51
Because De La Casa's Plea Was Heard
23:53
Increase in Demand for Sugar
24:37
Profits Being Made Led to Competition
25:15
World Historical Context
25:28
World Trading System
25:30
Colonization
26:48
Evidence
27:21
Items of Trade
27:22
Triangular Trade
28:19
Next Session
28:46
Change & Continuity Over Time Essay Question Practice, Part II

28m 34s

Intro
0:00
The Rubric For The Essay
0:26
Valid Thesis
0:36
Addressing All Parts Of Question
0:41
Using Evidence
0:49
Relevant World Historical Context
0:58
Analyzes Process Of Continuity
1:04
Parse The Essay Prompt-ATDQ
1:25
Understanding
2:34
Continuity And Changes
2:38
Caribbean And Latin America Participated
2:46
Interregional Trade
2:57
Getting The Thesis Point
3:08
Continuities, Change Points, Beginning Date And Situation, Ending Situation, Ending Date
4:51
Using Our Graphic Organizer
5:31
Beginning, End, Change Points, Continuity
5:42
Beginning, Change Points, End
5:54
In Regard To Trade
6:22
Continuities
6:25
Raw Materials
6:45
Sell Finished Goods
6:53
Getting The Thesis Point
6:58
Continuities: European Powers, Oppressed Native Peoples
7:08
Period: 1500-1750
7:14
Change: Little Or No Interregional Trade To Multiregional Trading
7:39
Caveat On The Thesis
8:09
Cannot Count For Any Other Points
8:33
Restate Thesis In Concluding Paragraph
8:51
Not True For Rubric
9:04
Double-Dipping
9:13
The Magic Sentence
9:31
The Reason Why….
9:40
1 Point Analysis
10:13
Evidence Points
10:41
World Historical Context
11:06
Essay Structure
11:50
Thesis
12:00
Roadmap
12:02
First Argument
12:11
Second Argument
12:18
Third Argument
12:21
Concluding Paragraph
12:24
Possible Body Organization Ideas
13:34
Continuities
13:48
Major Changes
13:51
The First Paragraph- Roadmap
14:11
Influx Of Europeans Opened Up Interregional Trade
14:26
Remember What It Is About
15:14
Trade
15:26
Beginning, Change Points, End
16:09
De la Casas
16:24
The Body Paragraphs Must Have
16:44
Topic Sentences
17:05
Evidence Sentences
17:23
First Body Paragraph
17:38
Evidence Sentence: Silver Mines In Peru And Mexico
18:05
World Historical Context
18:38
Analysis Sentence
19:03
Second Body Paragraph
20:33
Topic Sentence: Sugar-Sweet Tooth
20:43
Evidence Sentence: Plantations
20:57
Analysis Sentence: Ratio Ideology Justify African Slavery
21:12
Third Body Paragraph
22:09
Topic Sentence: Indigenous Forced Labor Difficult To Maintain
22:35
Evidence Sentence Sentences: De La Casa
22:50
Analysis Sentence: Topic Sentence Contains
23:15
Concluding Paragraph
23:35
Restate Thesis In Creative Way
23:39
Write Something Important You forgot
24:13
Attach General Meaning From World History
24:33
How To Get More Points On Your Essay
26:31
Parse The Prompt
26:40
Plan
26:58
Practice
27:23
Comparison Essay Question Practice, Part I

30m 26s

Intro
0:00
Materials Needed
0:22
Parse The Essay Prompt- ATDQ
1:11
Answer The Dang Question
1:39
Analyze
2:13
Similarities And Differences
2:39
Two Empires
3:04
How To Make Your Choice
3:08
Choose The One You Know The Most About
3:21
Religion Being A Part Of Politics
3:52
Parse The Essay Prompt- ATDQ
6:48
Gupta & Caliphates
6:58
The Rubric For The Essay
7:31
Adjusted To Fit Student Work
9:05
Thesis Needs Both Similarity And Difference
9:15
Direct Relevant Comparison
9:45
Analysis- Why?
10:28
Stay On The Task At Hand
10:51
Don't Write Generic Economic, Political, Social Essay
11:43
What Is The Task At Hand
11:52
Religion To Rule
12:02
Use A Graphic Organizer
12:15
Venn Diagram
12:29
Commonality
12:53
Both Used Religion To Establish Legitimacy
14:40
Both Used Religion To Promote Ethics
16:30
Differences
17:50
Caliph Was Both Ruler Of Politics And The Last Word In Religion
18:35
Both In Hinduism & Buddhism, The Ruler Was A Practitioner
19:44
Language Of Islam Is Arabic, Spread Because Of Religion
21:55
The Language Of Hinduism Is Sanskrit & Many Languages Made It Difficult To Rule
24:29
Getting The Thesis Point
26:28
Plug And Play
27:08
Using The Thesis Template
28:00
Caveat On The Thesis
28:43
Thesis Cannot Count For Any Of The Other Points
28:57
Restate Thesis In Concluding Paragraph
29:07
Double-Dip
29:27
Next Session
29:42
Writing Essay
29:50
Comparison Essay Question Practice, Part II

22m 59s

Intro
0:00
Materials Needed
0:18
What Is The Task At Hand
0:55
Similarities And Differences
1:04
How They Used Religion To Rule
1:17
The Rubric For The Essay
1:27
Thesis One Point
1:39
Address All Parts
1:44
Use Evidence
1:50
Make One Direct, Relevant Comparison
1:58
Use A Graphic Organizer
3:08
Venn Diagram
3:20
Possible Body Organization
3:40
Similarities
3:50
Differences
3:56
Essay Structure
4:14
Paragraph One Contains Thesis
4:16
Each Paragraph Begins With Topic Sentence
4:48
Conclusion
5:06
Remember What It Is About
5:27
Using Religion To Rule
5:36
First Paragraph
5:55
Good To Have Roadmap
6:02
Second Paragraph- Topic Sentence
6:18
Do Not Start With Fact
6:30
Second Paragraph- Evidence
7:17
Third Paragraph- Topic Sentence
10:56
Third Paragraph- Evidence
11:16
Fourth Paragraph- Topic Sentence
13:39
Fourth Paragraph- Evidence
13:56
Fourth Paragraph- Analysis
15:33
Fifth Paragraph
16:37
Concluding Paragraph
18:05
Restate The Thesis
18:14
Conclusion
18:05
Restate The Thesis
18:11
Attach General Meaning
19:14
How To Get The Most Points On Your Essay
21:46
Parse The Prompt
22:02
Plan
22:13
Practice
22:28
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Change & Continuity Over Time Essay Question Practice, Part II

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  1. Intro
    • The Rubric For The Essay
    • Parse The Essay Prompt-ATDQ
    • Getting The Thesis Point
    • Using Our Graphic Organizer
    • Beginning, Change Points, End
    • Continuities
    • Getting The Thesis Point
    • Caveat On The Thesis
    • Double-Dipping
    • Essay Structure
    • Possible Body Organization Ideas
    • The First Paragraph- Roadmap
    • Remember What It Is About
    • Beginning, Change Points, End
    • The Body Paragraphs Must Have
    • First Body Paragraph
    • Second Body Paragraph
    • Third Body Paragraph
    • Concluding Paragraph
    • How To Get More Points On Your Essay
    • Intro 0:00
    • The Rubric For The Essay 0:26
      • Valid Thesis
      • Addressing All Parts Of Question
      • Using Evidence
      • Relevant World Historical Context
      • Analyzes Process Of Continuity
    • Parse The Essay Prompt-ATDQ 1:25
      • Understanding
      • Continuity And Changes
      • Caribbean And Latin America Participated
      • Interregional Trade
    • Getting The Thesis Point 3:08
      • Continuities, Change Points, Beginning Date And Situation, Ending Situation, Ending Date
    • Using Our Graphic Organizer 5:31
      • Beginning, End, Change Points, Continuity
    • Beginning, Change Points, End 5:54
      • In Regard To Trade
    • Continuities 6:25
      • Raw Materials
      • Sell Finished Goods
    • Getting The Thesis Point 6:58
      • Continuities: European Powers, Oppressed Native Peoples
      • Period: 1500-1750
      • Change: Little Or No Interregional Trade To Multiregional Trading
    • Caveat On The Thesis 8:09
      • Cannot Count For Any Other Points
      • Restate Thesis In Concluding Paragraph
      • Not True For Rubric
    • Double-Dipping 9:13
      • The Magic Sentence
      • The Reason Why….
      • 1 Point Analysis
      • Evidence Points
      • World Historical Context
    • Essay Structure 11:50
      • Thesis
      • Roadmap
      • First Argument
      • Second Argument
      • Third Argument
      • Concluding Paragraph
    • Possible Body Organization Ideas 13:34
      • Continuities
      • Major Changes
    • The First Paragraph- Roadmap 14:11
      • Influx Of Europeans Opened Up Interregional Trade
    • Remember What It Is About 15:14
      • Trade
    • Beginning, Change Points, End 16:09
      • De la Casas
    • The Body Paragraphs Must Have 16:44
      • Topic Sentences
      • Evidence Sentences
    • First Body Paragraph 17:38
      • Evidence Sentence: Silver Mines In Peru And Mexico
      • World Historical Context
      • Analysis Sentence
    • Second Body Paragraph 20:33
      • Topic Sentence: Sugar-Sweet Tooth
      • Evidence Sentence: Plantations
      • Analysis Sentence: Ratio Ideology Justify African Slavery
    • Third Body Paragraph 22:09
      • Topic Sentence: Indigenous Forced Labor Difficult To Maintain
      • Evidence Sentence Sentences: De La Casa
      • Analysis Sentence: Topic Sentence Contains
    • Concluding Paragraph 23:35
      • Restate Thesis In Creative Way
      • Write Something Important You forgot
      • Attach General Meaning From World History
    • How To Get More Points On Your Essay 26:31
      • Parse The Prompt
      • Plan
      • Practice
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