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A.P. World History
Tools + Assignments
 
 
Although the weekly assignments are posted near the bottom of this page, many of the tools you will need to complete the work such as maps, vocabulary lists, power point presentations, internet resources, etc... are located throughout the top and middle sections of this page.  There will be several important handouts given in class and some will be posted on this page. 
   
 
Be sure to  do all of the reading assignments in a timely manner!  In fact, I highly suggest you do the reading assignments during the weekend prior to the week it is assigned and being worked. 
 
 
Tools:
 
 
Textbook:   
 
World Civilizations : The Global Experience



 
Vocabulary
   Unit IV : Key Terms


 
 
Maps
Click on the Links!
 
 
BLANK OUTLINE MAPS:
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
Power Point Introductions to World Regions:  Click on the Links!
 
 
 
INDIA AND SOUTH ASIA
 
 
MESOAMERICA AND SOUTH AMERICA 
   Olmec      Maya       Aztec       Inca
 
 
CHINA
   Dynasty      Shang      Zhou      Philosophies      Qin      Han      Early Review
   Tang      Song      Yuan      Ming     Qing 
 
 
Grading / Scoring Rubrics (under revision for 2018)


Extended Response Content-Based Rubric   (for multi-paragraph compositions) 

 
 
 
 
 
CLASS HANDOUTS


 
 
 
 
 
Unit Outlines / Study Guides
 
   Unit I
 
   Unit II
 
 
 
   Unit V
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Unit Key Questions / Essay Topics / Study Guides
 
   Unit I
 
   Unit II
 
 
   Unit IV
 
   Unit V
 
Regional / Thematic Outlines
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
PROJECT BASED LEARNING Activities  ( P B L )
     -  via  Googledocs.
 
 
 
PBL # 3    Major Events                             (Click Here for 3)                       
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


SUMMER / SUPPLEMENTAL  Reading and Film List
 
  
 
INTERNET RESOURCES
 
 
The successful student will fully utilize the websites I have
listed (and the links) below this note.  There are links to the
study of a broad range of world history topics, generally
and specifically such as  historiography, textbook support,
general history, regional history, visual history,
periodization, economic history, writing material, literary
selections, geography/maps, etc...  
 
 
 
 
 
 
Time Lines
 
 
Geography and Mapping Exercises
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Basic Weekly Assignment:  You are responsible for reading at least one chapter
per week and creating an outline on the chapter.  The outline will be graded generally on its accuracy,
completeness and neatness.  
 
Click here!
 
 
You will be given several handouts throughout the course.  Most are informational but many do require
some work such as filling in the blanks or completing a graphic organizer. 
 
You must maintain a well organized three ring binder / folder with sectional dividers.  I often give at l
east one binder / folder grade each 9 week period.
 
 
 
Chapter Quiz:  You will be given an objective formatted (multiple choice, T or F,
etc...) at the end of each chapter to assess your reading comprehension and knowledge.  The test may cover material from the textbook, class lectures, handouts, power point presentations, etc...
 
 
 
Period / Unit Tests:  You will be given a major test that covers all preceding
chapters within a particular unit of study and / or within the 9 week grading period.
 
 
 
Special Projects :  Project Based Learning (PBL) activities often involve group work and extensive use of data based - internet resources.  See the PBLs listed above for additional information.
 
      
 
Essay Writing :  You are responsible for completing several essay assignments
during each unit of study and / or each 9 week grading period.  Most essays are written in conjunction with  the Honors World Literature Course.   

How to Write the Compare and Contrast Essay                     

 
 

DBQ  INFORMATION & GUIDELINES -  CLICK HERE !


HOW TO CRAFT THE DBQ    Click Here!

 
The essays will be graded generally on the rubrics for each of the types of essays.  For more
information on completing the essays ...
 
 

    VIDEO -  The Comparison Essay  (compare and contrast) --   Click on the link below:

                           https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_Ua8SVljMI
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Assignments:

 
 
Week  1 -  Lesson Guide 



Course Introduction+ Expectations for TEST 1  (Themes and Periods) -  

         Reference handouts given in class.       CLICK HERE !
 

Reading   -  Chapter 1     From Human Prehistory to Early Civilizations
 
Complete the chapter outline.   See the information above on how to complete the outlines.
 
 

 
Vocabulary -    Unit I :  Key Terms

 
Map Exercises   -    PBL # 6    Major Geographic Features
 
       1.     Draw and label a map of human migration and the spread of farming.
 
       2.     Ancient World Geography   Click here!        
 


Crash Course - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yocja_N5s1I
 
                                    
Chapter Quiz   +  TEST  -  5 Major Themes & 6 Major Time Periods  - (Ref. class handouts.)
  
 
 
 
Week  2


Reading   Chapter  2    Classical Civilization : China 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 

 
          
Vocabulary   Unit I :  Key Terms
 
Map Exercise
 
       1.  Draw and label a map of China from the Later Zhou Era to the Han Era.
 
       2.  Draw and label two maps comparing Ancient China and Ancient Egypt
 
 
Chapter Quiz
 
 
 
Week  3
 



Reading   Chapter  3    Classical Civilization : India
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Vocabulary -   Unit I :  Key Terms
 
Map Exercise
 
       1.  Draw and label a map of India (Southeast Asia) .. Ashoka, Gupta Empire, and trade routes.
 
       2.  Draw and label a map of the spread of Buddhism.
 
Chapter Quiz
 
 
 
Week  4
 


Reading   Chapter  4    Classical Civilizations in the Mediterranean and Middle East
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Vocabulary -    Unit I :  Key Terms
 
Map Exercise
 
        1.  Draw and label a map of Persia (main stages), Greece/Greek colonies. Alexander's Empire.
 
        2.  Draw and label a map that shows the growth of Rome and the Roman Empire over time.
 
Chapter Quiz
 
 
 
Week  5
 


Reading   Chapter  5   The Classical Period: Directions, Diversities, and Declines by 500 C.E. 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Vocabulary -    Unit I :  Key Terms
 
Map Exercises:
 
    1. Create a map identifying the Trade Routes at the End of the Classical Age.
 
    2. Create a map showing the Civilizations of Central and South America.
 
    3. Create a map showing the Mediterranean, Middle Ease, Europe, and N. Africa, c. 500 C.E.
 
 
Chapter Quiz



 
 
 
Week  6
 


Reading   Chapter  6    The First Global Civilization : The Rise and Spread of Islam 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
 
Vocabulary -  Unit II :  Key Terms
 
Map Exercise: Create a map showing where Islam originated and where it spread over the years. Be
sure to label the map showing the important cities, countries and geographical features.  Include a time line or other information showing the progress over time.
 
Chapter Quiz
 
Essay -  TBD
 
Thematic Unit Exercise
 
 
 
Week  7
 



Reading   Chapter  7    Abbasid Decline and the Spread of Islamic Civilization to South and
Southeast  Asia
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Vocabulary -  Unit II :  Key Terms
 
Map Exercise:  Create a map comparing/contrasting the growth and expansion of the Umayyad and
Abbasid empires during the 7th and 8th centuries.  Be sure to show key geographical features and
urban centers on the map(s.)   Don't forget India, and the islands of the Pacific region that fell under
Islamic influence.
 
Chapter Quiz
 
Essay
 
Thematic Unit Exercise
 
 
 
Week  8

Reading   Chapter  8    African Civilizations and the Spread of Islam  
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Vocabulary -   Unit II :  Key Terms
 

sub-saharan grasslands, savanahs.  Include geographic features such as rivers, oceans, etc... Include the trade routes that promoted the spread of Islam.
 
Chapter Quiz
 
Essay
 
Thematic Unit Exercise
 
 
 
Week  9
 


Reading   Chapter  9    Civilizations in Eastern Europe : Byzantium and Orthodox Europe 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Vocabulary -   Unit II :  Key Terms
 
Map Exercise: Create a map showing the Byzantine Empires growth and decline over time.  Use
various colors to indicate the changes over time.  Include major geographical features, urban centers
and nearby societies that had an impact upon the Byzantine Empire.  Include trade routes in your map
(s.)
 
Chapter Quiz
 
 
 
Week  10
 



Reading   Chapter  10   A New Civilization in Western Europe
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Vocabulary - Unit II :  Key Terms
 
Map Exercises
 
   1.  Create a hand-drawn map of Charlemagne's Empire and Successor States - show all major
geographical features and especially the commercial routes, banking and fair locations.
 
   2.  Create a hand-drawn map of Western Europe toward the End of the Middle Ages, c. 1360 CE -
show all major geographical features and kingdoms/cities.
 
Chapter Quiz
 
Essay
 
Thematic Unit Exercise
 
 
 
Week  11
 


Reading  Chapter  11   The Americas on the Eve of Invasion 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Vocabulary  -  Unit II :  Key Terms
 
Map Exercises:
 
     1.  Create a hand-drawn map of ancient Mexico - show the Aztec empire and its major urban
centers.
 
     2.  Create a hand-drawn map of ancient South American - show the Inca empire and its major urban
centers.
 
Chapter Quiz
 
Essay
 
Thematic Unit Exercise
 
 
 
Week  12



Reading   Chapter  12   Reunification and Renaissance in Chinese Civilization :  The Era of the
                                        Tang  and Song Dynasties
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Vocabulary -  Unit II :  Key Terms
 
Map Exercises:
 
     1.  Create a hand-drawn map of China during the Age of Division.
 
     2.  Create a hand-drawn map of China - show the time lapse, expansion for the Sui, Tang and                    Song Dynasties.
 
Chapter Quiz
 
through the end of the Tang and Song dynasties.  (for lined paper, Click Here!)
 
 
 
Thematic Unit Exercise
 
 
 
Week  13


Reading Integration of Knowledge and Ideas: Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse media and formats, including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words. Writing - Research to Build and Present Knowledge: Conduct short as well as more sustained research projects based on focused questions, demonstrating understanding of the subject under investigation.   Lesson Objective(s):   The student will trace, map the spread of Chinese civilization and culture into Japan, Korea, and Vietnam.

Reading   Chapter  13   The Spread of Chinese Civilization : Japan, Korea, and Vietnam 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Vocabulary  -  Unit II :  Key Terms
 
Map Exercises
 
     1.  Create a hand-drawn map of Japan in the Imperial & Warlord Periods
 
     2.  Create a hand-drawn map of the Key Centers of East Asian Civilizations in the First Millennium
 
     3.  Create a hand-drawn map of Korea during the Three Kingdom Era

 
Chapter Quiz
 
 
 
 

B3 Class Project - 2016 -  Click Here!
                     
 
 
Thematic Unit Exercise
 
 
 
Week  14
 

    
Reading- Integration of Knowledge and Ideas: Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse media and formats, including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words.       

Writing - Research to Build and Present Knowledge: Conduct short as well as more sustained research projects based on focused questions, demonstrating                         understanding of the subject under investigation.

Lesson Objective(s): The student will trace the political and social development of the monarchies and empires of the Mongols and the Turks.

Reading   Chapter  14   The Last Great Nomadic Challenges : From Chinggis Khan to Timur 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
Complete the chapter worksheet. Click here!    For Worksheet Questions 5 - 8 :

APWH Wk 14   Worksheet Questions  5 – 8

5.  What were the military tactics, strategies, technologies that is often credited for the Mongol successes on the battle fields?
 
6.  What were the short term and long term effects of the Mongol invasion and rule of Russia?
 
7.  How did the different climatic regions, geographical terrains aide or restrict the Mongol rule of various regions?
 
8.  What impact did Mongol rule have on global trade and the dissemination of information, knowledge and technology?  


Vocabulary -  Unit II :  Key Terms
 
Map Exercises:
 
     1.  Create a hand-drawn map showing the Transcontinental Empire of Ghinggis Khan.
 
     2.  Create a hand-drawn map showing the Mongol Empire and the Global Exchange Network.



Enrichment:  Prof. Rossabi’s article  - http://afe.easia.columbia.edu/mongols/conquests/khans_horses.pdf

Chapter Quiz
 
Essay
 
Thematic Unit Exercise
 
 
 


Week  15
 

CCRS / CCRL Standards 

Reading   Chapter  15    The World in 1450 : Changing Balance of World Power    
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 

Graphic Organizer / Renaissance (Click here!)  Create a virtual graphic organizer with your team.  Identify the members, the tasks they performed , save and print out one hard copy for me!

      Crash Course - Renaissance =  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vufba_ZcoR0
 
Vocabulary -  Unit II :  Key Terms
 
Map Exercise:
 
     1.  Create a hand-drawn map showing the Polynesian Expansion.

Building Knowledge & Test Taking Skills /  First, answer the items on the Chapter Review.  Then, using the Chapter Review (click here!) create a Word doc. with the same format as the chapter quizzes.  

 
Chapter Quiz
 
UNIT II  VOCABULARY TEST 
 
Essay
 
Thematic Unit Exercise
 
 
 
Week  16
 

CCRS / CCRL Standards 

Reading   Chapter  16    The World Economy 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Vocabulary -     Unit III : Key Terms

Crash Course Videos -  

      1.  Columbian Exchange :


      2.  Spanish Silver:


      3.  The Seven Years War:


 
Map Exercise -  Create a map showing the major trade routes, globally.
 
Chapter Quiz
 
Essay
 
Thematic Unit Exercise
 
 
 
Week  17
 

CCRS / CCRL Standards 


Reading   Chapter  17    The Transformation of the West  1450 - 1750 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Vocabulary   Unit III : Key Terms

Crash Course Video -   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nosJVTuCHFk

 
Map Exercise -  See worksheet. 
 
Chapter Quiz
 
Essay
 
Thematic Unit Exercise
 
 
 
Week  18
 

CCRS / CCRL Standards 

Reading   Chapter  18    The Rise of Russia  
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Vocabulary -    Unit III : Key Terms

Crash Course Video - 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etmRI2_9Q_A

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9r_WXKto268&list=PL5MYnHKWwn6-b1Y0YEEDMmQxHE9-4dNFB&index=3
 
Map Exercise - See worksheet. 
 
Chapter Quiz
 
 
 
Week  19
 

CCRS / CCRL Standards 

Reading   Chapter  19    Early Latin America 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Vocabulary -   Unit III : Key Terms
 
Crash Course Video -

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBw35Ze3bg8     

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6xi8_7Fy6Y


Map Exercise  -  See worksheet. 
 
Chapter Quiz
 
Essay
 
Thematic Unit Exercise
 
 
 
Week  20
 

CCRS / CCRL Standards 

Reading   Chapter  20    Africa and the Africans in the Age of the Atlantic Slave Trade 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Vocabulary  Unit III : Key Terms
 
Crash Course Video -   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnV_MTFEGIY

Map Exercise - See worksheet. 
 
Chapter Quiz
 
Essay
 
Thematic Unit Exercise
 
 
 
Week  21
 

CCRS / CCRL Standards 

Reading   Chapter  21    The Muslim Empires 
 
Complete the chapter outline.     POWER POINT
 
 
Vocabulary -     Unit III : Key Terms
 
Crash Course Video - 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbuM0aJjVgE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TpcbfxtdoI8


REVIEW  -  GREAT MUSLIM EMPIRES :
  
             http://hubpages.com/education/Four-Great-Islamic-Empires


Map Exercise - See worksheet. 
 
Chapter Quiz
 
Essay
 
Thematic Unit Exercise
 
 
 
Week  22
 

CCRS / CCRL Standards 

Reading   Chapter  22    Asian Transitions in an Age of Global Change 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Vocabulary -     Unit III : Key Terms

Crash Course Video -

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nosq94oCl_M

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mh5LY4Mz15o

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnZEoOJ-cxE

 
 
Chapter Quiz

UNIT III VOCABULARY TEST 
 
Essay
 
Thematic Unit Exercise
 
Unit 5 -   The Dawn of the Industrial Age
 
 



 
Week  23
 

CCRS / CCRL Standards 

Reading   Chapter  23    The Emergence of Industrial Society in the West 1750 - 1914 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Watch these THREE videos:
 
v=d4joqYycnqM&index=2&list=PL5FeI2mEYPMOu8Y11b1YF4NCMSUxz8RTR
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Vocabulary    Unit IV : Key Terms
 
 
Chapter Quiz
 
Essay
 
Thematic Unit Exercise
 
 
 



Week  24
 

CCRS / CCRL Standards 

Reading   Chapter  24    Industrialization and Imperialism : The Making of the European Global Order 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Crash Course Video - 

 
Vocabulary -    Unit IV : Key Terms
 
Map Exercise - Draw a map of Indonesia showing the major ports of trade, the locations of the Dutch
trading system (routes) and other geographical factors significant in this chapter.
 
 
Chapter Quiz
 
Essay
 
Thematic Unit Exercise
 
 
 



Week  25
 

CCRS / CCRL Standards 


Reading   Chapter  25    The Consolidation of Latin America  1830 - 1920 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 


 
 
Vocabulary -      Unit IV : Key Terms
 
Map Exercise
 
Chapter Quiz
 
Essay
 
Thematic Unit Exercise
 
 



 
Week  26
 

CCRS / CCRL Standards 


Reading   Chapter  26    Civilization in Crisis :  The Ottoman Empire, the Islamic Heartlands, and Qing 
China 
 
Complete the chapter outline. 
 



Watch:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-SUlb4rwls
 
Vocabulary -      Unit IV : Key Terms
 
Map Exercise
 
Chapter Quiz
 
Essay -  HL WK 26    and  WK 26-27 PBL # 1
 
Thematic Unit Exercise
 
 
 
Week  27
 

CCRS / CCRL Standards 

Reading   Chapter  27    Russia and Japan : Industrialization Outside the West 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Vocabulary -     Unit IV : Key Terms
 
 EXAM Preparation:      WK 27-28 PBL # 2                     PBL # 2   (Click Here!)

Chapter Quiz

UNIT IV VOCABULARY TEST 
 
 




 
Week  28
 

CCRS / CCRL Standards 


Reading   Chapter  28    Descent into the Abyss : World War I and the Crisis of the European Global
                                          Order 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 


            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cd2ch4XV84s


            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_pFCpKtwCkI


 
Vocabulary Unit V  : Key Terms
 
PBL #   3      (Click Here for 3)            &      PBL # 4       (Click Here 4)
 
Chapter Quiz
 
Essay - See Honors Literature
 
 
 
 


Week  29
 

CCRS / CCRL Standards 

Standard:10SS4:  - Students compare and contrast the Revolutions of America, France, and Latin America and their enduring effects on Global political expectations for self-government and individual liberty.
Standard:10SS8:  - Students analyze the effects of the World War I. Standard: 10SS9:  - Students analyze the rise of totalitarian governments after World War I.


Reading   Chapter  29    The World Between the Wars : Revolutions, Depression, and Authoritarian
                                          Response 

Complete the chapter outline.
 





            
Vocabulary - Unit V  : Key Terms
 
PBL #   5         (Click here for 5)        &      PBL #  6
 
Chapter Quiz

 
 
 


 
 
Week  30
 

CCRS / CCRL Standards 


Reading   Chapter  30    A Second Global Conflict and the End of the European World Order 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 
Videos - 




Vocabulary Unit V  : Key Terms
 
 
Chapter Quiz
 
 
 
 
 
Week  31
 

CCRS / CCRL Standards 


Reading   Chapter  31    Western Society and Eastern Europe in the Decades of the Cold War 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 
 



  
Vocabulary Unit V  : Key Terms
 
           
 
Chapter Quiz
 
 


 
 
Week  32
 

CCRS / CCRL Standards 

Reading   Chapter  32    Latin America : Revolution and Reaction into the 21st Century 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 



 


 
Vocabulary -   Unit V  : Key Terms

 
REVIEW :    PBLs  &   Study Tools
 
Chapter Quiz
 
 
 
 
Week  33
 


CCRS / CCRL Standards 
Reading   Chapter  33    Africa, the Middle East, and Asia in the Era of Independence 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 


 
Vocabulary -   Unit V  : Key Terms
 
Map Review Exercise  # 1
 
 
Course Review:  Watch these YouTube videos...
 
   Period One -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z15Zbne9IOs
 
 


 
 



Week  34



CCRS / CCRL Standards 

Reading   Chapter  34    Rebirth and Revolution : Nation-Building in East Asia and the Pacific Rim 
 
Complete the chapter outline.    
Watch :  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SnR-e0S6Ic&list=PL387842F72A74CA96&index=40
 





Vocabulary -  Unit V  : Key Terms
 
Map Review Exercise # 2
 
Power Point Project - 1 - 9   Remember to send Doc an email when finished each and every PBL.
 
Chapter Quiz


EXAM   TIPS & TRICKS -  Video -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIJX_2rbdXA


 VIDEO -  The Comparison Essay  (compare and contrast) --   Click on the link below:

                           https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_Ua8SVljMI


Novel: Brave New World                          Huxley, Aldous
Brave New World is a novel written in 1931 by Aldous Huxley, and published in 1932. Set in London in the year AD 2540 (632 A.F.—"After Ford"—in the book), the novel anticipates developments in reproductive technologysleep-learningpsychological manipulation, and classical conditioning that are combined to profoundly change society. 

 
FINAL EXAM PROJECT - Biographical Research Paper, PP, Oral Presentation



Week  35

CCRS / CCRL Standards 


Reading   Chapter  35    Power, Politics, and Conflict in World History, 1990 - 2010 
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 



 
Vocabulary -  Unit V  : Key Terms
 

 
 VIDEO -  The Comparison Essay  (compare and contrast) --   Click on the link below:

                           https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_Ua8SVljMI


VIDEO -  How to Write the Argumentative Essay   --  Click on the link below:



VIDEO -  The Argumentative Essay on the APWH Examination --  Click on the link below:

                          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlULosxmcWE



Novel: Brave New World                          Huxley, Aldous
Brave New World is a novel written in 1931 by Aldous Huxley, and published in 1932. Set in London in the year AD 2540 (632 A.F.—"After Ford"—in the book), the novel anticipates developments in reproductive technologysleep-learningpsychological manipulation, and classical conditioning that are combined to profoundly change society. 


 
FINAL EXAM PROJECT - Biographical Research Paper, PP, Oral Presentation


Week  36
 


CCRS / CCRL Standards 

Reading   Chapter  36    Globalization and Resistance  
 
Complete the chapter outline.
 





Watch:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_iwrt7D5OA&index=41&list=PL387842F72A74CA96
 
Vocabulary -   Unit V  : Key Terms

UNIT V VOCABULARY TEST 

 
Novel: Brave New World                          Huxley, Aldous
Brave New World is a novel written in 1931 by Aldous Huxley, and published in 1932. Set in London in the year AD 2540 (632 A.F.—"After Ford"—in the book), the novel anticipates developments in reproductive technologysleep-learningpsychological manipulation, and classical conditioning that are combined to profoundly change society. 
 
 
 
FINAL EXAM PROJECT - Biographical Research Paper, PP, Oral Presentation 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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