AP World Units 1 & 2 Review CRAM 🌶🌶🌶
Join Eric Beckman Oct 21 for a fast-paced and informative review of Units 1 and 2 of AP World History. Eric Beckman has taught high school history for three decades, including AP World for six years and AP Euro for eleven. Eric has been an AP Exam Reader for World and European History. Eric frequently makes presentations to history teachers at conferences, including the World History Association, the National Council for the Social Studies, and Minnesota Council for History Education. Eric holds a BA from Luther College (IA), a Master of Liberal Studies degree from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, and a graduate certificate in E-Learning and Online Teaching from University of Wisconsin-Stout. Bring your questions! In need of an AP World Survival Pack? Check the resources, above!
Unit 2 Review: Networks of Exchange
Review Networks of Exchange from c. 1200 - c. 1450 CE with an expert student and practice questions.
Travelers' Tales from the late Middle Ages
Learn from the stories that world travelers wrote from the 1200s through the 1400s, including Ibn Battuta, Marco Polo, Margery Kempe, part of Unit 2, Topic 5.
Diasporic Communities in the Medieval World
Discuss the meaning and learn examples of "diasporic communities," a very important term in Unit 2: Networks of Exchange and AP World in general.
Learn about the critical trade and cultural exchanges that traveled across Eurasia by camel and donkey in the period before 1450 CE, part of Topic 2.1.
The Mongol Empire and the Making of the Modern World
Discuss the fascinating story of the largest land empire in human history and how it contributed to expanding networks of exchange, APWHM Topic 2.2.
Sailing the Oceans in the late Middle Ages
Learn about the maritime technology that made more overseas exchange possible
Indian Ocean Exchange Networks
Learn about the critical trade and cultural exchanges in the Indian Ocean World in the period before 1450 CE, part of Topic 2.3.
Trans-Saharan Exchange Networks
Learn about the Sand Roads, the signficant networks of trade and cultural exchange across the Sahara Desert, AP World Topic 2.4.
Innovations in Commercial Practices in the later Middle Ages
Compare the techniques that merchants across Afro-Eurasia used to improve trade in the period c. 1200 to c. 1450 CE, part of Topic 2.7.
Increasing Productivity and Its Consequences in the Late Middle Ages
Learn how people around produced more food in the years after 1200 CE, and how this affected their societies, part of Topics 2.6
Networks of Exchange (600-1450)
In this live chat, we will discuss the Silk Road, Indian Ocean Trade and Trans-Saharan Trade.
CCOT: Indian Ocean Exchange Network
We will discuss why this network was so important and how it affected other developments.
CCOT: Silk, Sea, & Sand Roads
Looking at the changes & continuities in global trade between 600 BCE and 1450 CE.
2.3 Indian Ocean Trade Routes
2.4 Trans-Saharan Trade Routes
2.5 Cultural Effects of Trade
2.6 Environmental Effects of Trade
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