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					Thematic
 Essay
 Global 10
 Mr. Healy
   Read the entire         Before you
    question.
   Determine what it is
                           start writing!
    they are asking.
   Brainstorm - write
    down all your
    knowledge of the
    topic.
   Break your ideas
    into your three best
    arguments.
   Introduction - this
    includes your thesis
    statement.
   Conclusion - sum
            Neolithic Revolution -
Change       11,000 years ago,
             people stop being
             nomads, develop
             farming, domesticate
             animals, permanent
             settlements resulting in
             civilization.
            Industrial Revolution -
             In the 1700’s in
             England, machines
             made goods replace
             hand made goods. This
             resulted in urbanization,
             working & living
             conditions, higher
             standard of living.
   The Scientific
    Revolution - through
                   Change
    the Scientific Method
    people learned to
    question the Church
    and ancient
    Philosophers.
    Geocentric,
    heliocentric theories.
    Copernicus & Galileo.
   The Enlightenment -
    People rejected
    monarchs and
    supported democracy.
            John Locke -
             Natural Rights
Change       (Life, liberty &
             Property.)
            Baron de
             Montesquieu
             Separation of
             powers in
             government to
             Judicial,
             executive and
             legislative.
            Voltaire -
             Freedom of press
             & religion.
   Christopher
    Columbus              Turning Points
    Start European
    colonization of the
    Americas.
   Columbian Exchange
    is the exchange of
    foods, plants,
    animals & disease
    between Europe and
    America.
   Triangular Trade -
    Goods. Slaves and
    product are traded
French Revolution
             Starts with the
              Enlightenment in
              France.
             People demand
              representation.
             End the Monarch
              and try to create a
              democracy.
             Robespierre and
              “The Reign of
              Terror”.
             Turning Points
   Collapse of the
    Soviet Union -
    the collapse of
    Communism in
    the USSR started
    the end of
    Communism in
    Europe.
   Mikhail
    Gorbachev policy
    of Perestroika
    brought
 Belief      Hinduism - 3,000
              years old and is
Systems       focused in India.
              Polytheism is the
              belief in
             more than one God.
             Buddhism - The four
              Nobles Truth.
             Judaism -
              Monotheistic belief
              that they are the
              chosen one.
             Christianity - Jesus
              is the son of God. Is
              Monotheistic.
             Islam - Five Pillars
   Early River Civilization   Geography
    Early civilization grew
    up around rivers.          & Environment
    They supply
    irrigation, power,
    transportation and
    protection. (Fertile
    Crescent)
   Archipelago - Island
    chains need raw
    materials, & great
    defense.
   Industrialization in
    Britain Britain's
       Industrial Revolution & the
              Environment
   New sources of
    energy often create
    new forms of
    pollution.
   Urbanization creates
    unsanitary cities.
   Disease increases in
    unsanitary
    conditions.
Economic Systems
           Traditional Economy - all
            needs are provided by
            farm.This uses the Barter
            System.
           Manorialism - Medieval
            system based on a manor
            and the villages that
            surround the land.
           Mercantilism - When your
            country builds up it’s money
            supply.
           This is done by exporting
            more than you import.
Capitalism vs. Communism
             Capitalism - the factors of
               production are owned
               privately and operated for a
               profit.
             The United States & England
             Communism - the factors of
               production are owned by
               the government. People
               can’t make business
               decision, only the
               government.
             The Soviet Union &
               Communist china.
             Political Systems
   Monarchy - Kings or
    Queen exercise central
    power. Absolute
    Monarch has divine
    Rights and total
    control.
   Feudalism - Europe &
    Japan in 1600 - 1800.
    Peasants belong to
    lords and pay taxes,
    work for defense and
    work on estate.
Democracy      People pick leaders
                through voting.
               All power is in the
                hands of the people.
               Guarantees freedom of
                press, religion, speech
                and assemble.
               Promotes individuality
               It is the government of
                The West today. This
                includes the United
                States.
               Democracy
                 Totalitarianism
   This includes Communism,
    Nazism, Fascism,
    Authoritarianism.
   There are no freedom.
   People have no say in
    government.
   People do not have the right
    of free speech, freedom of the
    press.
   Government control people
    with fear and violence.
                 Britain in India
Imperialism   British controlled India since
                1700.
               British tried to destroy
                Indian culture.
               Gandhi led a peaceful
                nationalist movement
              European Powers in
               Africa
              Berlin Conference of 1845
                divided up Africa.
              Destroyed culture, family,
                history, language
       Imperialistic Rivalry.

   Cause of World
    War I.
   Especially France
    and Germany.
   Conflict over
    territory in Africa
    and trade.
   Also, natural
    resources and
    markets.
Justice and Human Rights
             Code of Hammurabi - One
              set of laws for all carved on
              a pillar.
             First major collection of
              laws in history.
             Irish Potato Famine -
              blight killed potato crop in
              1840’s.
            Created widespread famine.
            British, who controlled the
              island exported food as
              population starved to death.
                   Human Rights
   Tiananmen Square - In
    Beijing china, students help
    a protest.
   They demanded greater say
    in the government.
   Wanted more democratic
    government.
   Chinese government
    answered with tanks and
    guns. Killed many protester.
Science and Technology
                Neolithic Revolution
                 Farming, permanent
                 structures and
                 society.
                Invention of the
                 Printing Press. Mass
                 production of
                 literature.
                Higher literacy rate
                Spread of political
                 ideas.
                Spread of
                 Christianity.

				
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