AP World Unit 2 Networks of Exchange Part II DRAFT 9th grade Flashcards. Historical Developments Improved commercial practices led to an increased volume of trade and expanded the geographical range of existing trade routes— including the Silk Roads —promoting the growth of … AP World Unit 2 Networks of Exchange Part II DRAFT 9th grade Conquered the Abbasid Caliphate, very ruthless, but during time of peace protected the Silk Roads. Answers; 8.6 Newly Independent States After 1900. TRADE. Powerful Western African country. Unit 2: Global Tapestry (1200-1450) Review “Brain Dump” Directions: Write down facts you know about these topics in the boxes. Save. From Africa, these people would be forced labor in the shipping industry or as household servants. 10th grade . Unit 2: Networks of Exchange. In the same area as Mali. It highlights the role of the Arabian camel and Islam in facilitating trade across the Saharan Desert. Unit 2: Networks of Exchange Exam Study Guide C. 1200 - c. 1450 Topic 2.1 Silk Roads Learning Objective Explain the causes and effects of growth of networks of exchange after 1200. Topic 2.1 - The Silk Roads: 2.3 - Exchange in the Indian Ocean: 2.4 - Trans-Saharan Trade Routes THEMATIC FOCUS: ECONOMIC SYSTEMS ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Create your own unique website with customizable templates. UNIT 2 Networks of Exchange Unit 2: Assignment Tracker Unit 2: Chapter Bookmarks . Name: _____ Date: _____ Period: _____ Unit 2: Networks of Communication & Exchange, 1200-1450 CE (Answer key) Silk Roads Topic 2.1 AMSCO pgs 138-142 Indian Ocean Trade Topic 2.3 AMSCO pgs 156-161 Trans-Saharan Trade Topic 2.4 AMSCO pgs 164-169 Causes: What political, economic, and cultural factors caused the growth of this network of exchange? Topic 2.1 Silk Roads Learning Objective Explain the causes and effects of growth of networks of exchange after 1200. Developed by the Chinese and then improved upon by the Muslims, this is an important tool in navigation both by land and by sea. History. Focused on profiting from the gold trade, After Mali falls, this kingdom gains power. STUDY. This peace is noted by building up infrastructure, instituting religious freedom, and protecting the Silk Roads, Genghis Khan's grandson's army that conquered what is modern day Russia, Genghis Khan's grandson's kingdom that stretched from Byzantium to the Oxus River, Mongolian alphabet that Genghis Khan wanted to be used universally. Route of Trade that goes through the main desert of Africa. These could be forceful or not. Edit. Gravity. 80% average accuracy. Unit 6 The Consequences of Industrialization (aka Imperialism), Time Period 3: The Modern Era (1750 to 1900), Time Period 4: Contemporary (c.1900 to Present), Pre-History: Foundations of Civilization (to c. 600 BC.E. Unit 2 Networks of Exchange. TIME PERIOD #1: THE POST-CLASSICAL ERA (~1250 C.E. . Share. Trans-Saharan Exchange Networks: 1200-1450 CE deals with trade in Unit 2 "Networks of Exchange". HCHSMsLove TEACHER. Unit 2: Networks of Exchange. Start studying Unit 2: Networks of Exchange. Watch: Unit 2 Review - Networks of Exchange Here's a map of the Major Trade Routes to keep in mind throughout this unit! Receipt for money deposited in a banking house, Commercial alliance developed by cities in Northern Germany and Scandinavia, Peace created by the Mongols after they change their focus from conquest to establishing their kingdom. Exchange of religions, military ideas, diseases, animals, farming techniques, food, etc. Where usually about 100 miles apart because that's how long camels could walk before they needed water. Answers; 8.6 Newly Independent States After 1900. a year ago by. Try to fill out as much as possible from memory 15 different types, but each one held a different purpose. As exchange networks intensified, an increasing number of travelers within Afro–Eurasia wrote about their travels. The most important one was the one developed to hold up to 600 pounds of goods to help traders cross the Sahara. 1200 - 1450. This unit focuses on the effects of these Networks of Exchange… DRAFT. Chinese Muslim trader that traveled all around the Indian Ocean all the way to the east coast of Africa and down to the Cape of Good Hope. 7 Notes, Time Period #3 ~ Big Picture Review Guide, Short Answer Question (SAQ) Topics for Timed Writing, Multiple Choice Test and Graded Discussion Topics, 3.1 EXPANSION OF COMMUNICATION AND EXCHANGE, Religious Icons at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Relics and Reliquaries in Medieval Christianity", 3.2 CONTINUITY AND INNOVATION OF STATE FORMS, 3.3 INCREASED ECONOMIC PRODUCTIVE CAPACITY, http://www.learner.org/courses/worldlit/the-tale-of-genji/watch/. Unit 2: Networks of Exchange Exam Study Guide C. 1200 - c. 1450 Use your textbook (link on Hub), notes, AMSCO (if you have it), Crash Course and Heimler videos to fill out. It had multiple sails and was as long as 400 feet. Chinese ship developed during the Han Dynasty. Spell. - 1450 C.E.) Settlements of people away from their homelands. Match. 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