Q&A Study Session: Early Modern Period (1450-1750)
From FRQ tips to practice to general content, hop on this interactive study session to get a refresher on topics you need to know for the AP World: Modern exam while getting your questions answered about the Early Modern Period (1450-1750): land empires, exploration, colonialism, and the like!
Unit 4 Trade Routes: Contextualizing the Change/Continuity
Practice analyzing change and continuity over time by examining the context of how trade routes around the world changed/did not change between 1450-1750, with a specific focus on the Pacific Region, The Atlantic System, and the Silk Road.
Competing Empires, 1450-1750
Discover the epic struggles between empires on land and sea, part of Unit 4.
Discuss the overseas expansion of European empires between 1450 and 1750 CE, the key development in Unit 4, with practice questions.
Resisting Empires on Land and Sea, 1450-1750.
Learn about people who fought against imperial governments and against slavery, c. 1450 - c. 1750 (Unit 4)
Changing Social Hierarchies, 1450-1750
Discuss how changing political forms created new social categories and expectations in the Early Modern World, c. 1450 - c. 1750 (Unit 4)
Technological Innovations, 1450-1750
Learn how technologies from across Afro-Eurasia made new travel and trade routes possible in the Early Modern World, c. 1450 - c. 1750 CE (Unit 4).
Learn about the causes and the effects of this very important development in World History (Unit 4)
Discuss the connections across oceans and between hemispheres that grew between c. 1450 and 1750 CE (Unit 4),
Labor Systems in the Early Modern World (c. 1450 - c. 1750)
Learn what is meant by "labor system," an important term for the AP Exam, including the mit'a, chattel slavery, indentured servitude,and encomienda and hacienda systems (Unit 4: Transoceanic Interconnections)).
Silver Trade - DBQ Practice
The silver trade between 1450 and 1750 was the first truly global exchange of a commodity.
Labor Systems: CCOT
The Columbian Exchange had a dramatic effect on labor systems.
The connection of the Americas & Afro-Eurasia is one of the most important turning points in history.
4.1 New Technologies from 1450-1750
4.2 Exploration from 1450-1750
4.7 Class and Race from 1450-1750
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