Unit 5 World History
The Battle of the Pyramids by Louis-Francois Baron Lejeune. (Public Domain photo. Info can be found here)
A U.S. National Guard soldier patrolling an Afghan village. (Public Domain photo. Info can be found here)
This last chapter covers globalization of recent years and how that changes the way humans relate to each other. We get the opportunity to talk about how travel has changed the world we live in even before we cover the changes with regards to the internet and cell phones. The chapter ends with a deep introduction to the rise of Islamic terrorism and what the causes for this were. Students are given this information in the hopes that they will be able to write an essay about how we fix these issues in the future. While this is a VERY difficult task, I am hoping that after a year in which I try to help them develop their own voice that they are able to come up with a logical solution to the problem.
The following questions are meant to be studied during the chapter as possible essay questions for your exam.
Please be ready for any of the following questions.
The following are a list of helpful resources that can be used in studying for this chapter.
These are the notes that I use for class. All information found in these notes lead directly to the test so they should be used in studying if you want the correct answers. This can only be accessed by students logged into their school account.
This link will lead you to the PowerPoint for this unit. Those who missed class can use this to catch up on what was taught in class and what specific concepts to focus on in your studying.
This is the review that should be used to prepare for the exam. All exam questions will be connected directly to this document. Students are expected to answer all questions and are encouraged to know the rest also.
The videos to the right are placed here so that you can find other ways to study if that is your desire. Crash course videos tend to work pretty well for this type of studying as many of the AP World students use them to prep for tests. Please feel free to click on any of the videos in this feed for more info.