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Day 1: WHAP Exam

Civilization Advanced Cities Complex Institutions Skilled Workers Advanced Technology A System of Record Keeping
Climate The Pattern of Temperature and Precipitation Over a Period of Time Largely Determined By Latitude
Cultural Diffusion The Transmission of Ideas and Products From One Culture to Another Example: The Spread of Agriculture in Eurasia
Independent Invention A Society's Development of Technology Through Its Own Intentiveness Example: Iron Working in Kush
Monsoon A Seasonal Wind Guided Sailors Through the Indian Ocean
Steppe A Dry Grassland Example: Steppes of Central Asia
AP World Periods Foundations (8000 B.C.E.-600 C.E.) Two (600-1450) Three (1450-1750) Four (1750-1914) Five (1914-Present)
AP Date Designations B.C.E. (Before the Common Era) C.E. (Common Era) Correspond to B.C. and A.D., respectively
AP World Themes Human-Environmental Interaction Cultural Interaction Political Development Economic System Change in Social Structures
Arctic Ocean Smallest Ocean Packed in Ice Most of the Year Difficult to Navigate Location of the Northwest Passage sought by early explorers
Indian Ocean Third Largest Ocean Extensive Trade Monsoon Winds Commercial Rivalries
Atlantic Ocean Second Largest Ocean Columbine Exchange Caribbean Plantations Greco-Roman Civilization
Pacific Ocean Largest Ocean Dotted With Islands Polynesian Voyagers Manila Galleons WWII Island-Hopping
Foundations: Key Comparisons Agriculture in the Eastern and Western Hemispheres Spread of Buddhism, Hinduism, and Christianity Decline and Fall of Han China, Rome, and Gupta India
Period Two: Key Comparisons Feudalism in Japan and Western Europe Mongol Rule in Russia and China Chinese and Europeans in the Indian Ocean Muslim Spain and Feudal Europe
Period Three: Key Comparisons Reactions of Japan and China to Western Influence Gender Roles in Ming China and Western Europe Western European versus Asian and Ottoman Technology
Period Four: Key Comparisons The Industrial Revolution in Japan, Europe, and Russia Revolutions: American, French, Haitian, Mexican (1910), and Chinese Imperialism in India and Africa
Period Five: Key Comparisons Capitalism and Communism Decolonization in Africa and India Russian and Chinese Revolutions Results of World War I and World War II
East Asia China, Japan, North Korea, South Korea Gobi Desert, Tibetan Plateau
Southeast Asia Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Indonesia, Malaysia Ring of Fire
Oceania Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea Outback, Great Barrier Reef, Great Divided Range
Central Asia Russia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan Gobi Desert, Lake Baikal, Ural Mountains, steppe
South Asia India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh Himalayas, Hindu Kush, Khyber Pass Monsoons
Southwest Asia (Middle East) and North Africa Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Israel, Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan Zagros Mountains, Arabian Desert, Sahara Desert
Sub-Saharan Africa Nigeria, Somalia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, South Africa Kalahari Desert, Tropical Rainforest, Great Rift Valley Lake Victoria
Western Europe Spain, France, United Kingdom, Sweden, Italy, Germany, Austria Alps, Pyrenees
Eastern Europe Poland, Slovakia, Lithuania, Croatia Caucasus Mountains, Carpathian Mountains
North America Canada, United States, Mexico Rocky Mountains, Canadian Shield, Sierra Madre Mountains
Latin America Mexico, Cuba, Panama, Brazil, Argentina Amazon Rainforest, Andes Mountains, Pampas
Foundations: Change in East Asia Technological Advances Development of Philosophy
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