Global IA2 Review Sheet

December 13, 2019 by mrcaseyhistory

Welcome to the Digital Review Sheet for IA2! I hope this style, with the attached resources, will prove very helpful to you. You are required to answer all of the below questions, either on loose leaf or typed and printed. Be sure to include the regional headings for each section, followed by the numbers as shown here.

I tried to link as many resources as I could right here within the review sheet for your convenience. However, all materials, including PowerPoints, readings, and worksheets can be found on my website, mrcaseyhistory.com. You can click on your class and skim through the lessons.

I gave everyone a packet of Global Textbook summaries as a simple study resource. It’s not great for Persia but it’s pretty good for the rest. You can always find all those summaries on the Summaries page on my website. Don’t forget to refer to your own class notes as well, and your answers to the online homeworks, which you should be able to find in your email.

You should ABSOLUTELY also check out my Instagram @globalkhan for past review in the story highlights (look for more than one with Unit 3 and 4 in the title) as well as the LIVE IA REVEIW on Saturday at 3pm.

 

Persia

Class Materials:
Zarathustra and Zoroastrianism
Persia Perfect Biographies (Later Persian Empires)

PowerPoints:
Persia and Imperial Centralization

Videos:
Crash Course: Persians and Greeks

 

  1. Why did the Achaemenid Persian Empire under Darius build a network of roads? Persia and Imperial Centralization
Greece

Class Materials:
Minoan Civilization
Greek Geography and Government
Athens and Sparta Readings and Questions
Poleis Race Sparta Poleis Race Athens
The Peloponnesian War
Golden Age of Athens Documents
Pericles and Aristotle on Government
Alexander of Macedon

PowerPoints:
Aegean Origins
Golden Age and Civil War in Greece
Legacy of Alexander

Videos:
Crash Course: Persians and Greeks
Crash Course: Plato and Aristotle
Crash Course: Alexander the Great

Summaries:
Chapter 4: Ancient Greece (1750 B.C.–133 B.C.)

 

  1. How did mountainous terrain of Greece impact the early Greek city states?Aegean Origins
  2. What kinds of governments did Athens and Sparta each have? Poleis Race Sparta Poleis Race Athens
  3. How did people in Athens participate in their democracy? Aegean Origins, Poleis Race Athens
  4. Who was Pericles? What role did he play in the Greek Golden Age and in the Peloponnesian War? Pericles and Aristotle on Government, Golden Age and Civil War in Greece
  5. Who were Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle? Golden Age of Athens Documents, Crash Course: Plato and Aristotle
  6. What factors made the Athenian Golden Age possible? How did they gain their wealth? (Use the term “Delian League” in your answer.) The Peloponnesian War
  7. When Alexander conquered his empire, he was mostly just taking over which already existing empire? Legacy of Alexander, Crash Course: Alexander the Great
  8. What cultures blended together to form the Hellenistic culture? Of those cultures, which one was the dominant culture? Who is credited with the development of Hellenistic culture? Legacy of Alexander, Alexander of Macedon
  9. Why did Alexander encourage his men, who were Greek/Macedonian, to marry Persian women? How might that influence the culture of the Empire? Legacy of Alexander, Crash Course: Alexander the Great
India

Class Materials:
Ashoka Comic Fill In The Blanks
Mauryan Empire
Dharmic Religions Flow Chart Part 1
Dharmic Religions Flow Chart Part 2
Comparing the Bhagavad Gita and the Buddha

PowerPoints:
Piety and Politics in Classical India

Videos:
Crash Course: Buddha and Ashoka
Crash Course: India History of Science

Summaries:
Chapter 3: Ancient India and China (2600 B.C.–A.D. 550)

 

  1. Which religions that we have studied believe in reincarnation? Dharmic Religions Flow Chart Part 1, Dharmic Religions Flow Chart Part 2
  2. According to the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism, what is the cause of suffering and misery, and how can one get rid of suffering and misery? Piety and Politics in Classical IndiaComparing the Bhagavad Gita and the Buddha
  3. How is the Eightfold Path related to the Four Noble Truths? Comparing the Bhagavad Gita and the Buddha
  4. How did the Himalaya Mountains impact the expansion of Indian Empires like the Maurya and Gupta? Mauryan Empire
China

Class Materials:
Strong Rulers Unite China
3-5 (Textbook Section for above)
Philosophical Foundations of Classical China Script
Qin and Han VS The Xiongnu
Silk Road Connections

PowerPoints:
Centralization of China
Silk Roads and the Steppe

Videos:
Crash Course: Chinese History (Goes into good detail on Han Dynasty and Confucianism)
Crash Course: Silk Road

Summaries:
Chapter 3: Ancient India and China (2600 B.C.–A.D. 550)

 

  1. How did Shi Huangdi implement Legalism in his government? Give at least one example. Also, what dynasty was he from? Centralization of China, Philosophical Foundations of Classical China Script
  2. What role did Han China play in the development of the Silk Road? How did they benefit from it? Silk Road ConnectionsSilk Roads and the Steppe, Centralization of China
Rome

Class Materials:
Urban Legends (different from class version, has stories written out)
Defining the Republic
Problems in the Late Republic
Pax Romana Maps
Romanization of Gaul
Silk Road Connections

PowerPoints:
The Founding of Rome
Imperialism and Empire

Videos:
Crash Course: Roman Republic and Empire
Crash Course: Silk Road

Summaries:
Chapter 5: Ancient Rome and the Rise of Christianity (509 B.C.–A.D. 476)

 

  1. What are the Twelve Tables? Why was it so important to the Plebeians that the laws of Rome were actually written and posted publicly? Defining the Republic
  2. At its height, what regions and parts of the world were included in the Roman Empire? What bodies of water did they control completely? Pax Romana Maps
  3. What factors made the Roman Golden Age possible? How did peace lead to trade? (Use the term “Pax Romana” in your answer. Imperialism and Empire, Pax Romana Maps
  4. What benefits could the Roman Empire gain from constructing a network of roads? Imperialism and Empire
  5. Why was Rome able to engage in long distance trade while still remaining within its own empire? Pax Romana Maps, Imperialism and Empire
  6. In what ways was Rome linked to the Silk Road trade? Crash Course: Silk Road, Silk Road Connections

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