"Academic Vocabulary Pictionary"
Agricultural Revolution Also Known As …. Neolithic Revolution FHS Cathedral of St. Basil · Moscow, Russia Architecture San Francisco Bay Bridge Seven Towers of Astana, Kazakhstan * Currently under construction * FHS Tobacco Pipe Artifact Candle Stick Dice Water Jug Necklace FHS FHS C H R O N O L O GY FHS Civilization The Great Sphinx in front of New York City … is a modern one. the Great Pyramid of Giza at the Giza Necropolis, is the most recognizable symbol of an Ancient Egyptian one. Requirements: Advanced Cities Specialized Workers Complex Institutions Record Keeping Advanced Technology FHS Cold War REAGAN GORBACHEV FHS Colony / Colonization FMS Crusades Siege of Antioch, - 1097 FHS Culture FHS Democracy FHS Economy Production, Distribution, & Consumption of Goods and Services FHS Empire(s) FHS Enlightenment FHS Expansion FMS Feudalism (Lord) (Lord) FHS Greco-Roman • Third-century B.C. • First Century Greco-Roman Theater Roman Coliseum Caesar Augustus had built FHS Holocaust FHS Imperialism FHS Industrialization FHS Speedy Production Craftsmen Out Faster construction of SCUMMM People no longer goods such as guns required special Money Invested skills work. With more factories more businesses were being More Workers Results of the thought of and money was being invested to make Together Urbanization them happen More factories led to Easier more workers togethe Industrial transportation led to growth of cities. Revolution FHS Machines In INSTITUTIONS • of society • of marriage • of government • of higher education FHS Mecca, Saudi Arabia Islam (The holiest Islamic city) FHS Judeo-Christian FHS Magna Carta • 1215 • Great Charter • King John had to answer to barons • No freeman shall be imprisoned unless by the lawful judgment of his peers FHS Nationalism America had a renewed sense of ? after 9/11 FHS Parliament FHS Renaissance FHS Republic • I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the ______ for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. FHS Reformation • Marten Luther & John Calvin • Series of events in 16th century England by which the church in England broke away from the authority of the Pope and the Roman Catholic Church FHS Social Contract • Rousseau’s 17th Century notion implying people give up some rights to a government in order to receive or maintain social order • The people consent to be governed FHS Secular • Non Religious • Worldly Rather Than Spiritual • Examples Include State Universities & Public Schools FHS QUESTION • Is the government of the United States a secular institution? • Would you say “yes” or “no”? FHS Levitating magnet above a A giant Hubble mosaic of the Crab superconductor demonstrates Nebula, a supernova remnant The Meissener effect Scientific Revolution • When new ideas in physics, astronomy, biology, human anatomy, chemistry, and other sciences led to a rejection of doctrines that had prevailed from Ancient Greece through the Middle Ages, and laid the foundation of modern science FHS Interactions of chemical substances with one another Technology FHS Trade FMS