Chapter 2 outline I. Early china 2000-221 b.c.e A. Geography and resources 1. Isolated by formidable natural barriers like the Himalaya mountains. 2. Most of asia is covered with mountains making overland travel and transport difficult. But the river systems of eastern china, however are their tributaries. 3. In the eastern valley there are dense populations that practiced intensive agriculture 4. The eastern river valleys and north china plain contained timber stone, scattered deposits of metals and above all. It was a productive land 5. The cultivation of rice required a great outlay of labor. The field where rice is grown it must be flat and surrounded by water channels to bring and lead away water according to a precise schedule B. The Shang period 1750-1045 b.c.e 1. evidence shows that the Neolithic population of china grew millet. They raised pigs and chickens and used stone tools. 2. Little is known about how the shang to dominance ca.1750 b.c.e since written documents only appear towards the end of shang rule. 3. The shang ruler has direct access to his more recent ancestors, who have access to earlier generations. 4. The king was often on the road, traveling to the courts of his subordinates to rein enforce their loyalty, but it is uncertain how much territory in the north china plain was effectively controlled by the shang. C. The zhou period 1045-221b.c.e 1. In the mid eleventh century the shang over thrown by the zhou whose homeland lay several hundred miles to the west, in the valley of wei river. 2. Much more is known about the early centuries of zhou rule than the preceding shang era because of the survival of written texts , above all the book of documents a coolection of decrees letters and folksongs etc. 3. War fare was a persistent feature of the period and there were important transformations in the character and technology of war. 4. Another significant development was the…
Chapter 24 Outline
Industrialization changed the nature of European overseas expansion. Industrialization brought new motives for expansion. Markets and raw materials were needed for manufacturing.
The Shift to Land Empires in Asia
Europeans weren’t interested in expansion because it was too expensive. Slow communication led to local admiration. The Dutch paid tribute to Mataram because they wanted a monopoly on the spices. In the 1670’s the Dutch helped the Mataram sultans against tribal conflicts…
1. Review different views on the purpose of a business.
2. The role of strategy in business.
3. The steps in the strategic management process.
4. The difference between “intended”, and “emergent” strategies, and when it is appropriate to use each one.
5. Experience curve benefits.
What is strategy and why does it matter?
“Leg Godt” or play well in Danish. Ole Kirk Kristainsen founded the Lego company in 1932. with high quality…
Outline: Kolln Chapter 10 – Choosing NominalsChapter Preview/Goal
Identify and discuss the use of nominal by other writers;
Use nominal to make your writing more succinct;
Place nominal so that readers will focus on important info;
Punctuate nominals appropriately.
Nominal: structure that functions as a noun.
a structure, usually a noun phrase, that describes or further identifies a nominal structure, usually a noun phrase.
Subject and appositive are related: if you put a form…
Founded around 100CE by King Ezana
Adopted Coptic Christianity or Egyptian Christianity
Believe Christ is of two natures full humanity and full divinity.
Used gold based currency
fetched by merchants whom traveled to the southern highlands outside the kingdom
Paid with salt, iron, and cattle
Weren't as logically connected or consistent as other Middle Eastern or Mediterranean kingdoms.
Aksum Imperialism, Crisis, and Fall
Roman and Sassanid Empires…
Chapter 29 Outline
I) the Sun
A) Properties of the Sun
The Sun is the largest object in our solar system, in both diameter and mass, it’d take about 109 Earth’s or 10 Jupiter’s to fill the Sun, and it is about 330,000 times as massive as Earth or 1048 the mass of Jupiter, the Sun makes up 99% of the mass of our Solar System.
a) Table 29.1 shows us the relative properties of the sun compared to Earth and Jupiter.
B) The Sun’s Atmosphere
The outer regions of the Sun are organized into layers…
Chapter 18 Outline
The Progressive movement emerged in the early 1900s as a series of reform efforts designed to respond to the problems created by unregulated growth of cities and big business.
Most progressives shared a strong belief that science and knowledge could improve society, and many believed that government should take an active role in solving society's problems
Some progressives focused on making government more efficient, while others worked to make government more responsive…
Chapter 1: The Collision Of Cultures
I. Possible origins of the first Americans
B. Southwestern Europe
II. Indian culture before Columbus
C. Earliest cultures
1. Hunters and gatherers
D. Mayan, Aztec, and Incan cultures
E. Major Indian cultures in the area of the United States after about 1,000 B.C.
4. Adena-Hopewell peoples of the Ohio Valley (800 B.C.–A.600)…
Chapter 20 (13th)
Girding for War: The North and the South
The Menace of Secession
1. Abraham Lincoln was sworn into office March 4, 1861. The backdrop of the occasion was the halffinished
dome of the Capitol building—symbolic of the nation's fracture.
2. At his inauguration, Lincoln made clear the primary goal of his presidency—bring the nation back together.
1. He argued that dividing the country is impossible simply due to geographic reasons.
2. If the South left, how much of the national debt should they take…
Chapter 1 Outline
December 27th, 2015
I. Psychology Is A Way of Thinking
a. As you go farther in to the field of Psychology you can anticipate to learn more about things like cognition, research about the brain, social behavior, child development and clinical disorders.
b. Psychologists are empiricists, meaning one's conclusions are based on systematic observations. They will conduct studies on humans or animals in either a specific environment or in their natural environment…
Chapter 10 Outline
1. Define PrayerAll Saints” the living relationship with children to god” SAINTSSt.
John the raising of one mind and heart to god”. St. Augustineprayer is nothing but
loving god”. St. Therese”surge to the heart”. St. Clement”conversation with god”
2. Benefits of prayerPrayer contributes to our sense of self worth. Leads to happiness
helping us discover. changes us by making us more loving. just like water helps us
grow prayer helps us too. energizes calms and renews…