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Global Studies Regents Review: Turning Points in History
Aug 02, 2014
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Global Studies Regents Review: Turning Points in History. Neolithic Revolution- 10,000 b.c. Transition from Nomadic Life to Settled Farming Able to domesticate animals and plant crops Led to: Civilization F.O.O.T.S. Food supply Organized Government Organized Religion
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Global Studies Regents Review:Turning Points in History
Neolithic Revolution- 10,000 b.c • Transition from Nomadic Life to Settled Farming • Able to domesticate animals and plant crops • Led to: Civilization • F.O.O.T.S. • Food supply • Organized Government • Organized Religion • Trade and technology • System of writing
Fall of Rome
Effects of the Fall of Rome • Constant warfare and invasions • Cities abandoned as economic and political centers • Population becomes mostly rural • Political, economic, and cultural face of Europe changes • Feudalism develops
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- Unit 9.1: Global 1 Introduction
- Unit 9.2: The First Civilizations
- Unit 9.3: Classical Civilizations
- Unit 9.4: Political Powers and Achievements
- Unit 9.5: Social and Cultural Growth and Conflict
- Unit 9.6: Ottoman and Ming Pre-1600
- Unit 9.7: Transformation of Western Europe and Russia
- Unit 9.8: Africa and the Americas Pre-1600
- Unit 9.9: Interactions and Disruptions
- Unit 10.0: Global 2 Introduction
- Unit 10.1: The World in 1750 C.E.
- Unit 10.2: Enlightenment, Revolution, and Nationalism
- Unit 10.3: Industrial Revolution
- Unit 10.4: Imperialism
- Unit 10.5: World Wars
- Unit 10.6: Cold War Era
- Unit 10.7: Decolonization and Nationalism
- Unit 10.8: Cultural Traditions and Modernization
- Unit 10.9: Globalization and the Changing Environment
- Unit 10.10: Human Rights Violations
- Unit 11.0: US History Introduction
- Unit 11.1: Colonial Foundations
- Unit 11.2: American Revolution
- Unit 11.3A: Building a Nation
- Unit 11.3B: Sectionalism and the Civil War
- Unit 11.4: Reconstruction
- Unit 11.5: Gilded Age and Progressive Era
- Unit 11.6: Rise of American Power
- Unit 11.7: Prosperity and Depression
- Unit 11.8: World War II
- Unit 11.9: Cold War
- Unit 11.10: Domestic Change
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How to identity and explain the significance of a turning point.
Helpful words and phrases for identifying and explaining the significance of turning points in history and activities for practicing the use of those words and phrases
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