2-NETWORKS

UNIT 2
Networks of Exchange 
c. 1200 to c. 1450
8–10% AP EXAM 
Read Strayer:
Chapter 8 - Commerce and Culture 500–1500
Chapter 12 - The Mongol Moment 1200-1500
TARGETS: Unit 2 Networks of Exchange


SECTION 2.1, 2.3, & 2.4:
The Silk Roads, 
Exchange in the Indian Ocean, 
& Trans-Saharan Trade Routes
DUEZ NOTES: Introducing Networks of Exchange

DUEZ NOTES: THE SILK ROADS


DUEZ NOTES: INDIAN OCEAN TRADE


DUEZ NOTES: TRANS-SAHARAN TRADE


2018 SAQ - Nomads & Sedentary Before 1450


HEIMLER'S HISTORY: Unit 2 Topics 1, 3, 4 - Silk Roads, Indian Ocean, & Trans-Saharan Routes

HEIMLER'S HISTORY: CULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS OF TRADE

HEIMLER'S HISTORY: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSEQUENCES OF TRADE


CRASH COURSE #9 - SILK ROADS

Crash Course: Mansa Musa & Islam in Africa


Crash Course: Commerce, Snorkeling Camels, & the Indian Ocean Trade


EASTERN PHILOSOPHY - The Buddha


SECTION 2.2:
The Mongol Empire & The Making of the Modern World 
They are the "Exception" to every rule of thumb regarding pastoral peoples. Not just 'herders' -- they also were quite good at 'HURTING' -- The story of the rise & fall of the Mongols is one littered with corpses, confusion, and crisis. Yet what they leave behind is innovating, inclusive, & a very intense legacy. They came from the middle of nowhere & rose to be the largest contiguous empire in the history of the planet. The Mongols affect nearly everything that happens historically in this period.

DUEZ NOTES: MONGOL EMPIRE - THE EXCEPTION!


DUEZ NOTES - IMPACT OF THE MONGOLS


DUEZ NOTES - MONGOL EMPIRE & THE BLACK DEATH


HEIMLER'S HISTORY: THE MONGOL EMPIRE

HEIMLER'S HISTORY: UNIT 2 REVIEW 1200-1450


Mongol DBQ: The Document-Based Question


Rise of the Mongol Empire

Fall of the Mongol Empire


CRASH COURSE: Wait for it... THE MONGOLS!


HISTORY VS. GENGHIS KHAN