Answer Question 1 and Question 2. Answer either Question 3 or Question 4. Write your responses in the Section I, P art B: Short-Answer Response booklet. You must write your response to each question on the lined page designated for that response. Wednesday/Thursday in class we'll be starting a series called Empire of Faith, on the origins of Islam and the expansion of the Islamic Empire. The note sheet has topics numbered, and the numbers appear on the top right corner of the screen just before the information is covered.
This full-year World History curriculum is packed with 11 engaging World History units and a plethora of supplements such as interactive notebooks, differentiated primary sources, Google Drive digital notebooks, flash cards, holiday lessons, and more! Dec 11, 2015 · DBQ. Aug 17, 2010 ... Raters discuss possible answers and summarize expectations for student responses . propagation [spread] of Islam, which was the work of religious leaders. . civilization to Japan; it became a major force in the nation's political affairs . Ask and find answers to geographic questions related to regions, nations, and the world in the past and present (NCSS). * Conduct short research projects to answer a question, drawing on several sources and generating additional related, focused questions that allow for multiple avenues of exploration (CCS-WHST 7).
Name: _____ American Revolution DBQ Summer 2015 Mr. Dull & Mr. Richards . Tasks Answer the question or questions for each document. (25 points) Construct and write a thesis. (15 points) Develop an introduction and conclusion paragraph (7 sentences each) that includes your thesis. (20 points) Week 7: Chapter 8—“African Civilizations and the Spread of Islam” (pp. 170-191). C4 (Africa covering the period 100 C. E. to 1500 C. E.) Lecture / PowerPoint—Shedding Light on a Dark Continent: Centers of African Civilizations. Week 8: Chapter 9—“Civilization in Eastern Europe: Byzantium and Orthodox Europe” (pp. 192-211). Dec 06, 2015 · DBQ. Aug 17, 2010 ... Raters discuss possible answers and summarize expectations for student responses . propagation [spread] of Islam, which was the work of religious leaders. . civilization to Japan; it became a major force in the nation's political affairs .