Global History and Geography 10 by S4j8rHb

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									Global History and Geography 10
                                  REGENTS REVIEW SHEET- FINAL EXAM
General vocabulary
Atlas

Primary source

Secondary source

Monotheism

Polytheism

Culture

Cultural Diffusion

Diversity

Scarcity

Valid

Social mobility

Interdependence

Archaeologist

Artifact

Economist

Anarchy

Theocracy

Golden Age

Nomad

Technology

Oral traditions

Extended family

Autocracy

Urbanization

Ethnocentrism

Subsistence farming
 UNIT 1: Ancient World: Civilizations and Religions-Vocabulary and ideas – old Review book pp. 28-61    page 2
                 Sections 1-4                                         New review book- 2010- pp. 1-27

Four River Valley Civilizations:
- Why did early civilizations develop in River Valleys? -
- Causes and effects of the Neolithic Revolution
Tigris – Euphrates – Sumerians –Mesopotamia

Nile River- Egypt

Indus – India

Huang-He – China

Hammurabi

Cuneiform

Hieroglyphics

Middle Kingdom



Classical Civilizations and Empires
   - What are the contributions of the classical civilizations of India, China, Greece and Rome
Mandate of Heaven/ Dynastic cycle

Aristocracy

Democracy

Republic

Twelve Tables of Rome

Empire

Athens



Belief Systems – Note: this is a theme for the course – see chart p. 14
Hinduism

Buddhism

Confucianism

Judaism

Christianity

Islam

Compare Daoism, Animism, Shintoism
            Unit Two Expanding Zones of Exchange   Old Review Book pages 67-100     page 3
                          Sections 1-6             Review Book – 2010 pages 35-63

Caste System

Justinian’s Code

Impact of the Byzantine Empire

Differences between Sunni and Shi’ite Muslims
        Sunni

          Shi’ite

Spread of Islam


Western Europe

Middle Ages

Charlemagne

Feudalism

Serfs

Chivalry

Manorialism

Secular

Anti-Semitism

Gothic architecture

Causes and Effects of the Crusades
                            Unit Three: Global Interactions   old review book pp. 107-141     page 4
                               Sections 1-5                    review book 2010 – pp. 71-96
Feudalism in Japan
Shogun

Daimyo

Samurai

Bushido

Kabuki

Haiku

Effect of geography on Japanese life, culture

Asia
Mongol Empire and its effect on Russia and China

Mughal dynasty

Akbar the Great

Europe
Effects of the Bubonic Plague on Europe

Guild system

Capitalism

Renaissance - Causes and effects, origin

Humanism

Printing press (impact)

Michelangelo

Leonardo da Vinci

Protestant Reformation

Martin Luther

95 Theses

John Calvin

Africa
Achievements of Ghana, Mali, Songhai

Savanna

Ibn Battuta

Mansa Musa
           Unit Four: The First Global Age   old review book pp. 142- 172                   page 5
                            Sections 1-5               New review books 2010 – pp 105-130

Asia
Ottoman Empire

Importance of Constantinople

Suleiman

Latin America
Achievements of Mayas

                   Aztecs

                   Incas

Reconquista

Christopher Columbus

Triangular trade

Middle Passage

Social Structure of Spanish colonies
        Peninsulares

        Creoles

        Mestizos

Columbian Exchange

Age of Absolutism
Absolutism

Divine Right theory

Louis XIV (Sun King)

Peter the Great
        Westernization

        St. Petersburg

Reaction

Magna Carta

Oliver Cromwell

English Bill of Rights

Glorious Revolution
                                Unit 5: An Age of Revolutions   Old review book pp. 175 -226          page 6
                                    Sections 1-7                New review book 2010- pages 139-178
Sections 1-3
Scientific revolution

Copernicus

Heliocentric theory

Galileo

Scientific Method

Natural Rights

Enlightenment

John Locke

Baron Montesquieu

Enlightened despots

          Catherine the Great



Causes and Effects of the French Revolution

Reign of Terror

Robespierre

Committee of Public Safety

Declaration of the Rights of Man

Napoleon Bonaparte – Achievements

Congress of Vienna – Metternich

Balance of Power

Nationalism



Latin American Independence

          Toussaint L’Ouverture

          Simon Bolivar

          Jose de San Martin

Reasons for instability in Latin America
                                  Unit 5: An Age of Revolutions (continued)   page 7

Sections 4-7
Nationalism – Italy and Germany

Giuseppe Mazzini

Camillo de Cavour

Giuseppe Garibaldi

Otto von Bismarck
       Blood and Iron

Industrial Revolution
Agrarian Revolution

Enclosure Movement

Why did the Industrial Revolution started in Great Britain ? Causes

Effects of the Industrial Revolution on society

Laissez – Faire

Adam Smith

Karl Marx

Socialism

Social Darwinism

New Imperialism

Matthew Perry (Open Door Policy)

Meiji Restoration

Sepoy Mutiny

Scramble for Africa (Berlin Conference)

Boer War

Opium War

Treaty of Nanking

Spheres of Influence

Boxer Rebellion

Sun Yixian (Sun Yat-sen)

Three Principles of the People
         Unit Six: Crises and Achievements (1900-1945)   old review book pp. 232-271           page 8
                                      Sections 1-5         New Review book 2010- pp. 185-215

Causes of World War I

Bosnia (Balkan Power keg)

Archduke Francis Ferdinand

Trench warfare

Treaty of Versailles

Causes of Russian Revolution of 1917

Vladmir Lenin (Peace, Land, Bread)

Bolsheviks

NEP – New Economic Policy

Joseph Stalin

Totalitarian State

Command economy

Five Year Plans

Collectivization

Nationalist Movements
Zionism

Armenian Genocide

Kemal Ataturk (westernization)

Mohandas Gandhi

Civil disobedience and passive resistance

Salt March

World War II

Causes of World War II

Rise of Fascism

Mussolini

Hitler

Holocaust
       Genocide

         Concentration Camps
   Unit 7: The Twentieth Century and Beyond (1945-Present) Old Review book pp. 279- 323         page 9
                     Sections 1-7                         New review book 2010- pages 225-263

Immediate Effects of World War II

United Nations

Iron Curtain

Superpowers

Cold War

Satellite nations

Truman doctrine/ containment

Marshall Plan

NATO vs Warsaw Pact

Nonaligned nations

European Union

China

Causes of Chinese Revolution

         Mao Zedong

         Long March

Great Leap Forward

Cultural Revolution

Red Guard

Deng Xiaoping

Four Modernizations

One Child Policy

Tiananmen Square

Economic Globalization

India

Nehru

Indira Gandhi

Sikhs

Tamils
                          Unit Seven: The Twentieth Century Since 1945 (continued)   page 10

Africa
Pan Africanism

Kwane Nkrumah

Jomo Kenyatta

Mau Mau

Apartheid

Nelson Mandela

F.W. De Klerk

Rwandan Genocide (Hutus vs Tutsis)

Darfur in the Sudan

Asia
Pol Pot

Khmer Rouge

Middle East
PLO

Yasir Arafat

Intifada

Anwar Sadat

Shah Pahlavi

Ayatollah Khomeini

Islamic fundamentalism

OPEC

Iran –Iraq War

Kurds


Fall of Soviet Union
Gorbachev

Glasnost

Perestroika

Fidel Castro

Cuban Revolution
Unit 8 : The World Today : Connections and Interactions (1980 to Present) old review book pp. 330-358  page 11
                             Sections 1-5                            New review book 2010- pages 273-299

Terrorism

IRA

Hamas

Al Qaida

PLO

Other issues

Slobodan Milosevic (Bosnia)

Causes of overpopulation

The Green Revolution

Genetic engineering

AIDS

Internet (Information Revolution)

Fossil Fuels

Ozone layer

Greenhouse effect

Deforestation – (causes and solutions)

Desertification (causes and solutions)

Weapons of Mass Destruction

Global Warming

								
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