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Copy of Teacher Appreciation Week

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From the 7th Teacher Appreciation Week to the 11th of May 1012 it's time to show how much our teachers' work means to us on yum. On this occasion,
we would like to present you with an
example of a
zooming pedagogical
tool: Neolithic ~8500-3000BC adopted in the Fertile Crescent
area of the Middle East spreads to China, Egypt,
and the Indus Valley Agriculture food surpluses first merchants, rulers
& workers writing extensive
trade cities Iron Age ~3000BC-~400AD Copper and bronze tools replace stone tools
in Eurasia decorations
& weapons become commonplace rise of large, organized
religion Hinduism & Buddhism in India Zoroastrianism in Persia first empires Roman
Chinese Indian
Persian in both east and west philosophy development of Ancient Greeks Roman Empire successor states China India Confucius
Lao-Tzu Plato
Aristoteles Buddhist scholars Olmec & Maya civilizations Americas: around 1200BC Homo sapiens arises Age of Kingdoms Roman Empire
collapses invaded by barbarians Mongol Empire extends to almost
all of Eurasia Frank & Byzantine
empires Islam religion rises from a few followers
to become the basis of large
Empires in India, the Middle East, and North Africa. printing vast societies
in Central America Inca in the Andes
Aztecs in modern Mexico ~400-1500AD Rise of Europe ~1500-~1900AD over the rest of the world 632 476 humans are hunter-gatherers
generally nomadic currency stirrup Roman Empire dispersed later replaced by Catholic states Eurasia develops technological edge 1492 lasting link between
Americas and Eurasia
created Christopher Columbus
travels to America advanced
seafaring 90% of Americans killed by diseases
brought from Europe Aztec and Incan
empires destroyed battle for domination
of the oceans Spanish, French, English
and Dutch Empires A timeline of World History 1700-1900 Napoleonic Wars Britain emerges as
most powerful nation
in the world Indian subcontinent,
Egypt, Malaysia,
Australia, New Zealand,
South Africa Indochina Indonesia British emigrate to
America in large numbers Industrial
Revolution factory
mass production
mechanization world economy based on coal 20th century 1900-2000AD Totalitarian ideologies, World Wars,
United States and Soviet Union
become superpowers 1990 1917 Communism in the Soviet Union gradually spreads to
Eastern Europe, China
and the rest of the world 1914-1918 World War 1 1939-1945 World War 2 US becomes
"hyperpower" Soviet Union collapses European monarchies
weakened or destroyed Replaced by dictatorships
in Germany, Italy, Japan and Spain nuclear
power 1945-1991 Cold War large increase in life expectancy and standard of living world economy based on coal advanced
communications
and
transportation
technologies ? The Future Author's note Please be aware that this timeline
serves primarily as an example of prezi's pedagogical use.

I tried to make sure that the cited information is correct, but errors may occur. sources: http://history-of-the-world.tripod.com/ Essay by history teacher Jeff Coons in forecasts 2083 World population
exceeds
10 billion robots Most households in
developed countries will
have one by 2020. First completely autonomous robot soldiers in operation by 2035 artificial
intelligence $1,000 computer will match
the processing power of all
human brains on Earth by 2055 gene technology Regeneration of human cells, tissues and organs. Cloning of extinct species,
eg. dinosaurs space-based
solar power commercially available History of the World Timeline of the future in forecasts Wikipedia article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_the_future_in_forecasts 0 1/2 1 -1/2 -1 1/4π ~400-250 thousand BC Paleolithic refined used for
heat & cooking tools fire A hunter attacking a brown bear Female figure from Tumba
Madžari, Republic of Macedonia by Prof saxx at en.wikipedia Reconstruction of Neolithic house in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina A Cucuteni-Trypillian
culture deer antler plough The reconstructed facade of the
Neo-Sumerian Great Ziggurat of Ur, near Nasiriyah, Iraq Attribution: Hardnfast Silla chest and neck armour
from National Museum of Korea. Late 3rd Millennium BC silver cup from Marvdasht, Fars, with linear-Elamite inscription. Third-century Roman soldiers battling Gothic troops,
as depicted on a contemporary Roman sarcophagus, c. 250 AD
(National Museum of Rome, Rome) First landing of Columbus on the shores of the New World, at San Salvador, W.I., Oct. 12th 1492 Lewis Hine/Library of Congress via pingnews Textile mill workers with spinning machinery, Georgia, United States, 1909 January 19 trenches on the Western Front German Albatros
D.III biplanes a British Mark IV Tank
crossing a trench Royal Navy battleship
HMS Irresistible
sinking after striking
a mine at the
Battle of the
Dardanelles a Vickers machine gun
crew with gas masks Soviet troops in
the Battle of Stalingrad Chinese forces in
the Battle of
Wanjialing Australian 25-pounder
guns during the First
Battle of El Alamein German Stuka dive bombers
on the Eastern Front
winter 1943–1944 US naval force in
the Lingayen Gulf Wilhelm Keitel signing
the German Surrender The mushroom cloud of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki,
Japan on August 9, 1945 rose some 18 kilometers (11 mi)
above the bomb's hypocenter. The "Big Three" at the Yalta Conference: Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Joseph Stalin, 1945 Commercial for Honda's Asimo Nasa
Suntower concept
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