2 2002 CompCompare differing responses to industrialization in any TWO of the following:JapanOttoman EmpireRussia
3 2002 CCOTChoose TWO of the areas listed below and analyze how each area’s relationship to global trade patterns changed from 1750 to the present. Be sure to describe each area’s involvement in global patterns around 1750 as your starting point.Latin AmericaEast AsiaSub-Saharan Africa
4 2003 CompCompare and contrast the roles of women in TWO of the following regions during the period from 1750 to 1914.East AsiaLatin AmericaSub-Saharan AfricaWestern Europe
5 2003 CCOTAnalyze continuities and changes that resulted in the spread of Islam into ONE of the following regions in the period between c. 800 C.E. and c C.E.West AfricaSouth AsiaEurope
6 2004 CompCompare the effects of the First World War in TWO of the following regions:East AsiaMiddle EastSouth Asia
7 2004 CCOTAnalyze continuities and changes in labor systems between 1750 and 1900 in ONE of the following regions.Latin America and the CaribbeanOceanaSub-Saharan Africa
8 2005 CompCompare the process of state-building in TWO of the following in the period 600 C.E. to 1450 C.E.Islamic StatesEast African City-statesMongol Khanates
9 2005 CCOTAnalyze the social and economic transformations that occurred in the Atlantic world as a result of new contacts among Western Europe, Africa, and the Americas from 1492 to 1750.
10 2006 CompCompare the outcomes of the movements to redistribute land in TWO of the following countries, beginning with the dates specified.Mexico, 1910China, 1911Russia, 1917
11 2006 CCOTAnalyze continuities and changes in the cultural and political life of ONE of the following societies.Chinese, 100 CE to 600 CERoman, 100 CE to 600 CEIndian, 300 CE to 600 CE
12 2007 CompCompare the historical processes of empire building in the Spanish maritime empire during the period from 1450 through 1800 with the historical processes of empire building in ONE of the following land-based empires.The Ottoman EmpireThe Russian Empire
13 2007 CCOTAnalyze continuities and changes in nationalist ideology and practice in ONE of the following regions from the First World War to the present:Middle EastSoutheast AsiaSub-Saharan Africa
14 2008 CompCompare the emergence of nation-states in nineteenth-century Latin America with the emergence of nation-state in ONE of the following regions in the twentieth century.Sub-Saharan AfricaThe Middle East
15 2008 CCOTAnalyze the continuities and changes in the commercial life of the Indian Ocean region from 650 C.E. to 1750 C.E.
16 2009 CompCompare the effects of racial ideologies on North American societies with those on Latin American/Caribbean societies during the period from 1500 to 1830.
17 2009 CCOTAnalyze continuities and changes along the Silk Roads from 200 B.C.E. to 1450 C.E.
18 2010 CompAnalyze similarities and differences in techniques of imperial administration in TWO of the following empires.Han China (206 BCE to 220 CE)Mauryan/Gupta India (320 BCE to 550 CE)Imperial Rome (31 BCE to 476 CE)
19 2010 CCOTAnalyze continuities and changes in cultural beliefs and practices in ONE of the following regions from 1450 to the present.Sub-Saharan AfricaLatin America/Caribbean
20 2011 CompAnalyze similarities and differences in the rise of TWO of the following empires.A West African Sudanic empire (Mali OR Ghana OR Songhay)The Aztec EmpireThe Mongol Empire
21 2011 CCOTAnalyze changes and continuities in long-distance migrations in the period from 1700 to Be sure to include specific examples from at least TWO different world regions.
22 2012 CompCompare demographic and environmental effects of the Columbian Exchange on the Americas with the Columbian Exchange’s demographic and environmental effects on ONE of the following regions between 1492 and 1750.AfricaAsiaEurope
23 2012 CCOTAnalyze continuities and changes in trade networks between Africa and Eurasia from circa 300 C.E. to 1450 C.E.
24 World Historical Context WHC Litmus TestDoes it cover the majority of the time period?Does it deal with change or continuity between two regions?Is the explanation developed?
25 Six Acceptable samples 2012 "For example, throughout this period the Indian Ocean sea lanes grew in significance with new information and understanding of the monsoon winds. In addition, new ships traversed waters with technological advances like the magnetic compass and the lateen sail.""These trading networks expanded in the context of the establishment of Islam, a key change during this period. Indeed, many African kingdoms converted to Islam to facilitate trade, evident during the gold-ridden hajj of African leader Mansa Musa.""Also, the slave trade existed throughout this period, albeit at a much smaller scale than what was to come in the next few centuries. African slaves travelled around the continent, capturing slaves (mostly females) for trade with Arabs.""Starting from 300, there wasn't a lot of trade or contact between Africa and Eurasia.....Once Europe found out about Africa's gold, they all rushed to Africa to get the gold.""From the beginning of the period, several trade routes existed between African and Eurasia. These included trans-Saharan trade routes. Elsewhere, the Silk Road trade route continued across Eurasia at this time....for this reason Chinese goods travelled to Africa on these routes.""The rise and fall of the various Eurasian (that effected the amount of trade) was due to global trends of political instability caused by continuous nomadic pressures on the peripheral regions of empire."