Write on ONE of the 3 videos in response to this question, history homework help

HW for Tues 2/2/2016 (pick 2 of the 3):

  1. Crash Course World History, ep. 1.20: Russia, the Kievan Rus, and the Mongols
  2. Crash Course World History, ep. 1.22: The Renaissance: Was it a Thing
  3. Crash Course World History, ep. 2.17: The Mughal Empire and Historical Reputation

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For these Free Writes, a slightly different format — one “quiz” for BOTH Free Writes (note the list, you need to watch TWO of the three videos).

There are two questions and details for each video, so choose two videos to write on, one Free Write on one video for each of the two questions. 75 to 100 each video ,

Free Write on ONE of the 3 videos in response to this question:

1. For Video #1: Crash Course World History, ep. 1.20: Russia, the Kievan Rus, and the Mongols —https://nerdfighteria.info/video/116/etmRI2_9Q_A

Write 75-100 words on the early Russia Crash Course video based around the following: what THREE things did you learn from the video and of those three, which ones interests you the most and why?

2. For Crash Course World History, ep. 1.22: The Renaissance: Was it a Thing —https://nerdfighteria.info/video/116/Vufba_ZcoR0

Write 75-100 words on the Renaissance Crash Course video based around the following: what are the arguments FOR the Renaissance being “a thing” and what are the arguments AGAINST it being “a thing”? Then, which side do you come down on? Is calling this period in European history “The Renaissance” useful from a World History perspective?

3. For Crash Course World History, ep. 2.17: The Mughal Empire and Historical Reputation —https://nerdfighteria.info/video/116/nbuM0aJjVgE

Write 75-100 words on the Mughal Empire Crash Course video based around the following: what was most important about the Mughals, according to the video? Why have some Mughal rulers been written about so positively by historians and why might this be an over-simplification? Can you think of any other person/event in history that has been misinterpreted/over-simplified in a similar way?

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Free Write on ONE of the 3 videos in response to this question:

1. For Video #1: Crash Course World History,ep. 1.20: Russia, theKievanRus, and the Mongols —https://nerdfighteria.info/video/116/etmRI2_9Q_A

Write 75-100 words on the early Russia Crash Course video based around the following: what THREE things did you learn from the video and of those three, which ones interests you the most and why?

2. For Crash Course World History,ep. 1.22: The Renaissance: Was it a Thing —https://nerdfighteria.info/video/116/Vufba_ZcoR0

Write 75-100 words on the Renaissance Crash Course video based around the following: what are the arguments FOR the Renaissance being “a thing” and what are the arguments AGAINST it being “a thing”? Then, which side do you come down on? Is calling this period in European history “The Renaissance” useful from a World History perspective?

3. For Crash Course World History,ep. 2.17: TheMughalEmpire and Historical Reputation —https://nerdfighteria.info/video/116/nbuM0aJjVgE

Write 75-100 words on theMughal Empire Crash Course video based around the following: what was most important about theMughals, according to the video? Why have someMughal rulers been written about so positively by historians and why might this be an over-simplification? Can you think of any other person/event in history that has been misinterpreted/over-simplified in a similar way?

 
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