Focus On World History: The Era Of Expanding Global Connections - 1000-1500 C.e.:grades 7-9

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Walch Publishing, 2002 - History - 146 pages
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Offers activities to students that describe the major themes in world history between 1000 and 1500 C.E., including the increased trade and travel between the countries of Asia, Europe, and Africa.
 

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Contents

EXPANDING EXCHANGES AND CULTURES OF ASIA
1
EUROPEAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE REDEFINED
23
A Noblewomans Day
32
Who Am I? Europes Medieval Rulers
33
Courtly Love
34
The Technology of Farming
35
The Magna Carta
36
The Gothic Cathedral
37
Great Zimbabwe
69
Mapping Africa South of the Sahara
70
STATES AND CIVILIZATIONS IN THE AMERICAS Teachers Guide
71
Student Background
73
City Plan
77
Tenochtitlán As Seen by Cortés
78
Aztec Class Structure
79
Governing the Inca Empire
80

The Call to Crusade
38
Why Become a Crusader?
39
Eyewitness Accounts
40
THE RISE AND IMPACT OF THE MONGOL EMPIRE Teachers Guide
43
Student Background
45
Mapping the Mongol Empire
48
The Mongol Military Machine
49
Steppe vs Urban Ways
50
The Essential Animals
51
Mongol Women
52
A Khan Family Tree
53
An Exchange of Views
54
Mongol NonConquests
55
Evaluating the Mongols
56
AFRICA SOUTH OF THE SAHARA Teachers Guide
57
Student Background
59
Societies and Empires of Africa
62
Travelers Accounts
63
African Proverbs
65
Sundiata the Lion King
66
Forms of Feudalism
67
East Africas Trading Cities
68
The Quipu
81
Cultural Roots
82
Aztecs and Incas
83
Cliff Dwellers
84
A Hub
85
Womens Roles
86
CRISIS AND RECOVERY IN AFROEURASIA Teachers Guide
87
Student Background
89
Spread of the Plague
93
The Black Death
94
Results of the Plague
97
Peasant Revolts
98
Knights vs Longbo
99
The Great Schism
100
Humanism
101
Renaissance Art
102
The Voyages of Zheng He
103
Answers Additional Activities and Assessments
104
Additional Resources 129
Glossary 131
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