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CCOT Essay Guide 1750-1900

By: Justin Meredith Evan Carrico and Ryan Boone

Evan Carrico

on 5 December 2016

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Transcript of CCOT Essay Guide 1750-1900

Completing Your CCOT
Writing Your Thesis
Continuity Examples
Change Examples
Your Conclusion
Population Growth
Population Growth
Population growth in 1st world countries has stayed the same during this time period
Only for first world countries
More people
Lower Fertility Rates
Can't forget about Patriarchy!!!
U.S. supplies only 1% of world pop. growth
Population growth has increased in developing countries
Infant Mortality Rates
Death rates
Both due to better medicine and health practices
Same fertility rates
Higher life expectancy
Discuss the economic changes and continuities between Europe and the Americas during 1750-1900.
You now have 2 minutes
By: Justin Meredith, Ryan Boone, and Evan Carrico
Imperial powers began to grant independence to their colonies.
The French and American revolutions gave models on how to gain independence to the other colonies.
Latin America gained their independence as part of the general Atlantic revolutions in the 18th and 19th centuries.
After WWI, white racial supremacy was generally accepted.
It was harder for colored people to attain jobs.
Possible Causes
Colonizing Europeans saw the natives of colonies as supposedly permanently inferior.
Social disapproval of interracial relations separated the cultures of Europeans and the cultures of the colonized people.
Rare interactions between Europeans and colonized people created tension between the groups.
Racism-Prejudice and white racial supremacy remained largely evident.
Population Growth- First world countries steadily increased their populations.
Industrialization- The textile industry in Britain.
Imperialism-The colonies in the Western Hemisphere attained independence through revolutions and violence.
Population Growth- Population growth rates in third world counties drastically increased
Industrialization- A growth in urban population due to a need for factory jobs.
Remember: "Continuity is LACK of change, not CONTINUOUS change." - AP World History Chief Reader
Know what the question is asking you, and make sure to include all the key characteristics, such as:
Fill in the Blank Thesis: In (Place) between (time frame), (Change 1) occurred, while (Continuity 1) and (Continuity 2) remained the same.
Include enough Changes and Continuities to answer the question!
*The examples we will give aren't directly related to the prompt, but can be generally applied to prompts based on this time period.
*The examples we will give aren't directly related to the prompt, but can be generally applied to prompts based on this time period.
It really doesn't matter as long as it's there.
Try to use it to point out additional global connections.
A Good Conclusion
1. This is my conclusion.
2. I am now done.
3. Today, technology is a major influence on the economy across the world, although more effective in first world countries.
Industrialization began in Western Europe, most notably Britain in the mid 1700s.
Textiles were industrialized with new machinery.
Nearly doubled the amount of textile product.
Continued throughout the time period known as the textile industry.
In the western world, where industrialization was taking off, we see a growth of urban population.
People moved to cities to work in factories where the money was.
A change from predominantly rural societies to dominant urban societies.
People wanted to work in factories
To do this, people would move from rural settings to the factories where they lived in a urban setting where they could near the factories they worked at
This caused a boom in urban populations in industrialized nations.
In Britain, the inventions and improvements to many different textile machinery (ex: flying shuttle, spinning jenny, the roller spinning machine, etc.) industrialized textile production and this industry continued in many factories throughout Britain.
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