A website is worth reading because it gives a correct and detailed information we need. And, it has a distinct main paragraph. It is easy to understand what the whole article is about. http://makewealthhistory.org/2007/07/01/geographical-factors-that-affect-development/ is my favorite site I have used in my Google Doc. This website is really organized. They have a sub-heading before […]
My three strengths in learning history are being able to find the answers quickly in the textbook, skim fast, and understand fast. Although I am really bad at History, I can answer questions quickly through skimming the passages. When I can’t understand something, if someone explains it to me, I can understand well. I want […]
I would choose pause/resume. My place, Aztec is a strong, wealthy empire. However, there are few things that I want to change. I would get rid of social classes. Now, there are two types of social classes, which are commoners and enslaved persons. Commoners such as merchants, artisans, soldiers and farmers have such a nice […]
An iceberg could be a metaphor for the cultures we have studied this semester. The top part of an iceberg could be the things the recognizable aspect of cultures such as games, sports, language, visual arts, food, and literature. For example, Mayans used to play sports and games in the ball court in the daily […]
I went to the Maya to find more information about their strength as a spy. And, Maya civilization seems really strong. Firstly, they have many great cities, and there are many great buildings in the cities. They built many buildings like temples, pyramids, and even ball court. One of the reasons Mayans are wealthy is […]
I just finished traveling from ancient Rome to Monte Alban. I saw so many interesting things in two cities, and there were so many similar things between two cities. Firstly, I saw pyramids, temples, and palaces surrounding Monte Alban. Even ancient Rome had so many beautiful buildings such as Colosseum and Pantheon. Secondly, Monte Alban […]
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