Crusades Dbq Essay For Ap

2015 Practice DBQ--Use this College Board released DBQ to write an intro. paragraph and at least 3 topic sentences.  Be sure to review the DBQ rubric.

This page is for all things related to AP World History.  Click on the links below, and in the column on the right, for information, activities, hand outs, etc.

Course Syllabus, Download it here. (PDF file.)

SAMOHI update homework policy.

**Textbook Chapters**

For those without their textbooks, click on the links below for the chapters so that you don't fall behind.

Reading Log

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Click on the links above for the reading log for the class.  I saved them in 2 formats just in case you can't open one.  this document contains all of the key terms and focus questions you will need to complete for the course. You will need to read the entire book before May, because that's when we take the AP exam!!!

Essay Questions

Click here for a handout containing nearly all of the essay questions asked on the AP World History exam since it began.  Use the document to study/review, and be sure you are able to answer all of the questions by the end of the course.  Also, some of the questions listed MAY be on in-class exams....so download and go over them!

AP Reader

Click here, for a collection of primary source documents we will use in class. For most of the documents, we will summarize them and answer the focus/analysis questions.  Be sure your responses are at least a complete paragraph for the summary, and complete sentences for the questions.

Maps

Historical Maps.  Click on the link to get the various maps you will need for the class; they cover all time periods and continents.

Blank Maps.  Click on this link for a collection of blank world maps.  We will use many of them throughout the year.

Webquests

Listed in each unit below are webquests.  Webquests require you to answer questions based on reading/viewing/listening to various sources on the internet.  The links to the internet sources, and the questions for them, can be found on the handouts provided on my links.  Some links may require you to manually input the address in your browser.  All of the links work.

GRAPES 

GRAPES is an acronym for Geography, Religion, Accomplishments, Politics, Economics, Social Structures.  Use this handout to analyze the important aspects of the civilizations we will learn about throughout the year.

SOAPS

SOAPS.  Use this handout for analyzing primary/secondary sources.  It too is an acronym.

Text Paragraph

Text Paragraph  Use this handout for instructions on how to write a single, text based paragraph

  • Unit I-- Foundations to 600 B.C.E and 600 B.C.E to 600 C.E (Combined Unit)

    Listed below are various handouts, documents, and articles that pertain to Unit I.  Click on them and download/read them.  Be sure to follow all directions and complete all questions asked on the document or specified by the teacher.

    1. Code of Hammurabi

    Webquests--- Click on the items below to access the handouts with the links and questions for each topic.  Answer all quesitons in complete sentences. 

    1.  Early Americas Webquest

    2.  Importance of the Nile

    3.  Comparing Athens to Sparta

    4.  Buddha's Truth

    5.  Roman Government

    6.  Early River Civilizations Comparison

    7.  Greece: Politics and Tyranny

  • Unit II 600 C.E.-1450

    Webquests--Click on the items below to access the handouts with the links and questions for each topic. Answer all quesitons in complete sentences.

    1.  Feudalism

    2.  The Crusades

    3.  Magna Carta

    4.  Bubonic Plague

    5.  Block Printing in China

    6.  Ibn Battuta

    7.  Trans-Sahara Travel

    8.  Conquest of Jerusalem

    9.  Christianity in Late Antiquity

    10.  Barbarian Invasions

    11. Journal of Ibn Battuta

    12.  India Web Quest

    13.  Zheng He Web Quest

    14.  Japanese Culture Web Quest

    15.  Byzantine Empire Web Quest

    Unit I and II Review. Click on the link for a review of the important aspects of Units I and II.

    Work Packets--Pay attention in class, as we may NOT complete all of the documents in each packet.  I will let you know which documents you need to complete. 

    1.  Packet #1--River Valleys to Classical World

    2.  Packet #2--Byzantine Empire, Russia, Mongol Empire & Islam--click here for documents related to these topics.

    3.  Packet #3--Early Africa and the Americas

  • Unit III 1450-1750

    Webquests--Click on the items below to access the handouts with the links and questions for each topic. Answer all quesitons in complete sentences.

    Veteran's Day Activity

    1.  Ships and Technology 

    2.  Ferdinand Magellan

    3.  Japanese/Chinese Illustrated Timeline

         Timeline Rubric

    4.  Explorers Chart

    5.  Reformation Webquest

    6.  Enlightenment Webquest

    7.  Declaration of Independence comparison with Declaration of Rights of Man and Citizen

    Unit III Review. Click on the link for a review of the important aspects of Unit III.

    Work Packets--Pay attention in class, as we may NOT complete all of the documents in each packet.  I will let you know which documents you need to complete.  

    4.  Packet #4--Medieval Europe, Renaissance, Reformation

    5.  Packet #5--Absolutism, Democracy, and Revolutions

  • Unit IV 1750-1900

    Webquests--Click on the items below to access the handouts with the links and questions for each topic. Answer all quesitons in complete sentences. 

    China/Japan

    1.  Meiji Restoration

    French Revolution

    1.  The Three Estates

    2.  Storming of the Bastille

    3.  The Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen

    4.  Reign of Terror

    5.  The Executions

    The Enlightenment

    Brochure Handout, click here for the project.

    Adam Smith, short biography and ideas

    6.  Society and Government

    7.  Powers of Government

    8.  The Rights of Women

    Imperialism

    9.  The "White Man's" Burden

    10.  The Economics of Imperialism

    Click on the links on the above handout, or click here for the documents used in class

    11.  Indigenous Response to Imperialism

    Click on the links on the above handout, or click here for the documents used in class

    12.  International Competition

    13 .  Defining Nationalism

    14.  Nationalism and Romanticism

    15.  U.S. Imperialism, differing views.

    16.  Imperialism Data.

    17.  European Imperialism Webquest

    18.  Rise of Modern Japan

    19.  Japan's Response to Imperialism

    20.  Rise of Modern China

    21.  Rise of Modern China Webquest

    22.  Revolutions and Nationalist Movements Questions

    23. Revolutions Webquest

    Work Packets--Pay attention in class, as we may NOT complete all of the documents in each packet.  I will let you know which documents you need to complete

    6.  Packet #6--Industrialization and Imperialism

    Unit IV Review.  Click on the link for a review of the important aspects of Unit IV.

  • Unit V 1900-Present

    Webquests--- Click on the items below to access the handouts with the links and questions for each topic. Answer all quesitons in complete sentences.

    Rise and Fall of Communism

    1.  The Communist Manifesto

    2.  The Russian Revolution

    3.  Stalinism and Totalitarianism

    4.  Failure of the Soviet System

    5.  Reform and Collapse

    6.  Memorial Day activity.

    World War I

    7.  Wilson's 14 Points Speech

    7A.  WWI Webquest

    World War II

    8.  Atomic Bomb Questions

    8A.  WWII Essential Questions

    8B.  WWII Webquest

    Cold War

    9.  Cold War Handouts (Ch. 26 and 27)

    10.  Cold War Cartoons

    11.  Cold War Webquest

    Post-WWII and Beyond

    11.  Chapter 28-29 Packet

    12.  Extra Credit Movie Review.  Spring break assignment, feel free to complete it (and upload it) if you have time over break.  Hard copy due the Monday we return.

     13.  Iraq Joint Resolution

    14.  Post-1945 Questions

    Unit V Review.  Click on the link for a review of the important aspects of Unit V.

    Work Packets--Pay attention in class, as we may NOT complete all of the documents in each packet.  I will let you know which documents you need to complete

    7.  Packet #7--World War I, Russian Revolution, and World War II

  • Final Projects

...Maria Luz Palma April 21st, 2015 Mannion period 7 DBQ The Crusades took place in the Middle East between 1095 and 1291. They were used to gain a leg up on trading, have more land to show hegemony, and to please the gods. Based upon the documents, the Crusades between 1095 and 1291 were caused primarily by religious devotion rather than by the desire for economic and political gain. They were different wars which afterward lead to cultural diffusion and urbanization. The documents could be compared and grouped by the causes and effects which were religion, glory, land and wealth. During the crusades political leaders and writers used religion as a way to persuade people to join the fight. Their ways of persuasion were to fight against Gods' enemies, who were the Turks, Franks, and Arabs. People who invaded other Christian and Islamic lands to conquer them, killing many of their people in the process. Documents one, two, four, and five show the way the political leaders and writers had put the image of the attackers into their people's minds. Leaders such as Pope Urban II, Ekkehard, Saladin and Solomon described the attackers in ill manners. They would agree and describe the attackers as “barbaric”, “enemies”, “demonic.” These descriptions had persuaded audiences (their people) to join the fight against the “demons” of their “Holy City.” What even motivated some people, especially the...

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