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English Civil War. The Real Versailles (BBC, 2016) Research Projects. NOTE: Due to high traffic overwhelming a Dropbox account, I have shifted the files to another available here: HOLC MAPS.

Research Projects

1934: Federal Housing Administration Created. The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) revolutionized home ownership by creating our current financial mortgaging system.

1934: Federal Housing Administration Created

In the process, it produced a lending structure which helped to solidify the racial segregation that still exists today. The FHA has insured over 35 million home mortgages and 47,205 multifamily project mortgages since 1934. Currently, FHA has 4.8 million insured single-family mortgages and 13,000 insured multifamily projects in its portfolio.1. Sample mongols. Ancient. The Chinese Civil Service Exam. The Roman Military. 5 Major Accomplishments of Pericles. Pericles was a Greek statesman and ruled Greece for more than thirty years in the 5th century B.C.

5 Major Accomplishments of Pericles

Pericles has been credited with many accomplishments, including building the Pantheon and establishing democracy. 1. The Age of Pericles Many historians refer to the era as the age of Pericles. Born to a wealthy family, Pericles took on the reigns of Athens in his early thirties. Ancient Athens and the Golden Age of Greece. Ancient Athens and the Golden Age of Greece. Discovering China - The Qin Dynasty—China's First Dynasty. An Introduction to Renaissance Art. Machiavelli%20worksheet1. Siegfried Woldhek: The search for the true face of Leonardo. NYSED Global History and Geography Online Resource Guide. Global Themes and Concepts Illustrated Objectives Students will be able to define key Global History and Geography themes and concepts.

NYSED Global History and Geography Online Resource Guide

Apply their knowledge of these themes and concepts by associating the definition with an image and writing a brief summary of their concept-illustration. Use their creative skills to assemble a package of definitions and images. Directions. Your next iPhone might be delivered from China via a 2,000-year-old trade route. In the future, science fiction tells us that we’ll be able to hold complex conversations with our starship’s computer as easily as we would our robot crew-mates or even other humans.

Your next iPhone might be delivered from China via a 2,000-year-old trade route

But before we reach that point, we’ll have to make do by chatting with fridges and vacuum cleaners. This week, several companies announced developer programs to make it easier to create software that can understand what people are saying, and respond accordingly. Microsoft, Nuance—which supposedly provides one of the tools behind Apple’s Siri—and SoundHound, the company behind the eponymous music recognition app, unveiled ways to make every app and smart device easier to interact with. Everything these days seems to be connected to the internet—though not everything probably should be—and one of the most difficult parts of using these devices is interaction. Tapping away on tiny screens or third-party mobile apps is a lot harder than just being able to talk to something.

Global Time Machine: The Spread of Buddhism: An Investigation. Your task: To conduct an online investigation of the spread of Buddhism across Asia.

Global Time Machine: The Spread of Buddhism: An Investigation

Follow the directions and links below. Type your answers on a separate sheet of paper — all questions must be answered in complete sentences. This assignment will be due at our next class meeting, so be sure to print out a copy of your answers. Buddhists who wanted to share their beliefs with people who had never heard about Buddhism used art. At first, there were no images of Buddha — Buddhists believed that his message, rather than the messenger, was important. 1. First Emperor of China ,The by Tony Ianzelo, Liu Hao Xue. Director Tony Ianzelo Liu Hao Xue producer Barrie Howells Pan Han Ci associate producer Margaret Wong Wong Guo Ren executive producer.

First Emperor of China ,The by Tony Ianzelo, Liu Hao Xue

The Demonization of Empress Wu. Learn Human prehistory 101: Epilogue. Difference Between Philosophy and Religion. Philosophy vs Religion Many have come to think that philosophy and religion are the same while some argue that the two are opposite sides of the same coin.

Difference Between Philosophy and Religion

However, these two concepts are just in part true. Philosophy and religion are related. By general understanding, religion is composed of a set of morals, rules, principles, and ethics that serve to guide one’s way of living. Philosophy, on the other hand, is a bigger domain of discipline that tackles many concepts like: metaphysics, the search for the ultimate truth, knowledge, and life itself. Jabzy. Imperialism: Crash Course World History #35. Samurai, Daimyo, Matthew Perry, and Nationalism: Crash Course World History #34. Samurai, Daimyo, Matthew Perry, and Nationalism: Crash Course World History #34. Zheng He’s Expeditions. Above, the Chinese admiral Zheng He.

Zheng He’s Expeditions

Today, you will research the voyages of Zheng He, the famous Chinese admiral, to better understand the Chinese naval and commercial activities in the Indian Ocean in the early 15th century. Using the links below, as well as your notes from class and your textbook, answer the following questions in 3-4 sentences each: 1. English Civil War. Horrible Histories - English Civil War Song. Monarchy The Glorious Revolution full documentary series)[www savevid com] Global Time Machine: Zheng He’s Expeditions. Journey through Slavery prt 1 - Terrible Transformation. The First Victims of the First Crusade. Photo THE first victims of the First Crusade, inspired in 1096 by the supposedly sacred mission of retaking Jerusalem from Muslims, were European Jews.

The First Victims of the First Crusade

Anyone who considers it religiously and politically transgressive to compare the behavior of medieval Christian soldiers to modern Islamic terrorism might find it enlightening to read this bloody story, as told in both Hebrew and Christian chronicles. The message from the medieval past is that religious violence seldom limits itself to one target and expands to reach the maximum number of available victims. Just as the Crusades were integrally linked to Roman Catholicism in the Middle Ages, terrorist movements today are immersed in a particular anti-modern interpretation of Islam. This does not imply that a majority of Muslims agree with violent religious ideology.

Chronology: A History of the Shiite-Sunni Split. A painting depicts the battle of Karbala in 680, in which Imam Hussein engaged a superior Arab army and was killed in battle. Brooklyn Museum/Corbis hide caption toggle caption Brooklyn Museum/Corbis A painting depicts the battle of Karbala in 680, in which Imam Hussein engaged a superior Arab army and was killed in battle. Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly. BOB ABERNETHY, anchor: Now, the conflict between Sunnis and Shiites.

It goes back nearly 1,400 years. Today it is tearing Iraq apart. Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly. Prep — Preparing for the lesson Steps — Conducting the lesson Extension — Additional Activities Prep Media Components R&E videos connected to segments listed below. Computer Resources: computers with Internet accessLCD projector and projection screen. BEAUTIFUL AZAAN IN A CHURCH USA (LATEST)

Inside Mecca. SilkRoad. The Silk Road: Connecting the ancient world through trade - Shannon Harris Castelo. The Buddha - PBS Documentary (Narrated by Richard Gere) Music and creativity in Ancient Greece - Tim Hansen. Who were the Muses? As we’ve mentioned, there is some debate still going on today as to how many muses there were and what they did, but generally scholars agree today that there were nine principle muses. But who were they?

There’s a wealth of information about the Muses out on the web, but one of the most straightforward yet detailed pages is on www.greekmyths-greekmythology.com. This webpage lists the Muses by name, their discipline, and gives a thorough account of the mythology surrounding them. Furthermore theres other great links to the history of Greek mythology, which is a wealth of fascinating stories guaranteed to get your creative juices flowing! The Cyrus Cylinder: 2600 Years of History. Historians often refer to the Cyrus Cylinder as the first bill of human rights. The Persian King Cyrus declared freedom of religion within the Persian Empire on this cylinder, written in cuneiform after Cyrus captured the kingdom of Babylon in 539 BC. The Cyrus Cylinder was rediscovered in 1879 by British archaeologists and has been displayed in the British Museum for 130 years.

The Cylinder, symbolic of religious respect and tolerance, is highly valued by people all over the world -- there is even a copy in the United Nations headquarters! THE PERSIAN EMPIRE. 3.2 Hinduism. Catherine the Great ("Poker Face" by Lady Gaga) King Arthur ("Nature Boy" by Eden Ahbez) Prehistoric ("Toxic" by Britney Spears) Mummification ("Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)" by Green Day) Ancient Minoan Civilization ("Creep" by Radiohead) Constantine ("Come On, Eileen" by Dexy's Midnight Runners) Cleopatra ("Fergilicious" by Fergie)

Viva Roma No. V ("Mambo #5" by Lou Bega) The Crusades ("Eyes Without a Face" by Billy Idol) Battle of Agincourt ("As Tears Go By" by Marianne Faithful) Chinese Dynasties ("Vogue" by Madonna) Pompeii ("Bang Bang (My Lover Shot Me Down)" by Nancy Sinatra) Joan of Arc ("Seven Nation Army" by the White Stripes) Attila the Hun ("Here Comes the Rain Again" by Eurythmics) The Trojan War ("Tainted Love" by Soft Cell) William the Conqueror ("Sexyback" by Justin Timberlake) Holt McDougal High School World History ©2012.