Presentation on theme: "AP World History Review Period 3: Regional and Trans-Regional Interactions c. 600 CE – c. 1450 CE Bill Strickland East Grand Rapids High School East Grand."— Presentation transcript:
1 AP World History Review Period 3: Regional and Trans-Regional Interactions c. 600 CE – c. 1450 CE Bill StricklandEast Grand Rapids High SchoolEast Grand Rapids, MI
2 KC 3.1 Expansion & Intensification of Communication & Exchange Networks Improved transportation technologies & commercial practices led to increased trade volume, & expanded geog range of trade networksMovement of peoples caused linguistic & environmental effects
3 KC 3.1 Expansion & Intensification of Communication & Exchange Networks Exchange fostered by intensification of existing, or creation of new networksContinuity: diffusion of crops & pathogens through E Hemisphere along trade routes.
4 KC 3.2 Continuity & Innovation of State Forms & their Interactions Empires collapsed & reconstituted; in some regions new state forms emerged.Inter-regional contacts & conflicts btwn states/empires encouraged significant technological & cultural transfersbtwn Tang China & Abbasidsacross Mongol empires/khanatesduring the Crusades
5 KC 3.3 Increased Economic Productive Capacity & Its Consequences Innovations stimulated agric & industrial productionFate of cities varied greatlyPeriods of significant decline/increased urbanization buoyed by rising productivity/expanding trade
6 KC 3.3 Increased Economic Productive Capacity & Its Consequences Continuities:Social structures shaped by class/castePatriarchy persisted; however, women exercised more power/influence (Mongols & W Africa, Japan & SE Asia)Methods of Productionfree peasant agriculturenomadic pastoralismcraft production/guildscoerced/unfree laborgov’t imposed labor taxesmilitary obligations
7 KC 3.3 Increased Economic Productive Capacity & Its Consequences Changes in labor management & effects of religious conversion on gender relations & family lifeDiffusion of Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, Neo-Confucianism led to significant changes in gender relations/family structure.New forms of coerced labor appeared:serfdom in Europe & JapanIncan mit’aFree peasants resisted attempts to raise dues and taxes by staging revoltsDemand for slaves for military & domestic purposes increased