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Artifact 2

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Artifact 2

  1. 1. The Progressive Affect of East Asia, South Asia, the Middle East, and civilizations on the interior mass of the Eurasian Steppe on one another<br />Did these extremely different culture regions affect each others progression? Yes, and I will demonstrate to you how.<br />By: Jake Weatherred<br />
  2. 2. The civilizations of East Asia, South Asia, the Middle East, and the civilizations along the interior mass Eurasian Steppe have many cultural differences that would alienate one civilization or region from another such as;<br /><ul><li> Religious Diversity
  3. 3. Economic Diversity
  4. 4. Political Diversity
  5. 5. Obviously due to the fact that students would have been given the entire semester to research and collect data on these topics it would be impossible for me to provide adequate data and information on these topics, but this is a good example of how students would have been expected to provide a well organized and coherent argument. In the first slide the student states their stance, and then in the second slide the student further discusses and acknowledges the cultural differences mentioned beforehand. The next three slides would be used to show what cultural differences there are between each region in; religion, economics, and politics.</li></li></ul><li>Religion<br />Three different major religions within the culture regions.<br /><ul><li>Islam
  6. 6. Christianity
  7. 7. Judaism
  8. 8. Once again I have not had ample time to prepare factual evidence and examples for these arguments, but this slide provides an example of a clear and organized manner in which students would have been expected to demonstrate the religious differences within the culture region</li></li></ul><li>Economics<br />Staples of Economy in these culture regions<br /><ul><li>Trade- Throughout history both South and East Asia have been very dependent on the trade of spices, while the Middle East has prospered greatly especially in the last century due to its great resource of mass oil reserves.
  9. 9. Agriculture- Both South and East Asia have been agriculturally based societies throughout history, clearly this changes depending on the climate and landscape of specific part of the region, but nonetheless agriculture has remained a constant staple in the economy.
  10. 10. Manufacturing/ Service- Throughout the last century the regions of both South and East Asia as well as the civilizations along the interior mass of Eastern Steppe have grown in a a new services and manufacturing oriented economy that may soon replace agriculture.
  11. 11. Once again I did not have an entire semester to collect evidence and facts as stated in the case study, so I cannot sufficiently provide these facts or evidence, but nonetheless this is once again this is an example of what a organized presentation would look like. Students would also need to provide numerical evidence to support their claims such as GDP per capita and PPP ( Purchasing Power Parity).</li></li></ul><li>Politics<br /><ul><li> I am sorry to once again only be able to provide an example, but the vast different political regimes throughout each region would require a great deal of research to provide factual evidence. In this slide students would be expect to describe different forms of government as well as the different social classes and their treatment within their region.</li></li></ul><li>Religion<br />Just as students would have been expected to provide evidence of the vast religious differences in the previous slide discussing religion, in this slide students would be expected to show the similarities as well the affect the different religions have had on each others’ progress. <br />
  12. 12. Economics<br />Just as students would have been expected to provide evidence of the vast economical differences in each region the students would be expected to show the similarities as well the affect the different economies. have had on each others’ progress. <br />
  13. 13. Politics<br />Just as students would have been expected to provide evidence of the vast political differences in the previous slide discussing politics and government, in this slide students would be expected to show the similarities as well the affect the different political regimes or governments have had on each others’ progress. <br />
  14. 14. Conclusion<br />In this section students would sum up their argument presenting their opinion in a clear and concise manner<br />
  15. 15. Q&A<br />Students would answer questions from other students groups in order to further explain themselves or defend their position. <br />

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