Civilization comparison - Ancient vs Modern

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A brief comparison of ancient vs modern civilizations in terms of technology, trade, education, war.

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<ul><li> 1. Ancient Civilization </li></ul> <p> 2. Group members Hoang Thi Hong Nhung - - 1102629205 Nguyen Thi Duong - - 1101529104 Faith Ho - - 1102629119 Nguyen Truong Quynh Chau - - 1102629120 3. 3 Mesopotamia and Egypt: 3100 BC The Indus: 2500 BC The Aegean: 2000 BCChina: 1600 BC Ancient Civilizations 4. 4 Part 1. Civilization: Ancient vs. Modern Modern Civilization 5. 5 Part 1. Civilization: Ancient vs. Modern Techn logy Ancient The energy: Manpower/animal power Invention purpose: farming, improving daily life, rituals Highlight: A few amazing inventions. 6. 6 The industrial revolution Time: Around 19th Origin: UK, then spreading globally Great contributions to mankind: The replacement of machine The use of steam, and later of other kinds of powers The adoption of the factory system. Part 1. Civilization: Ancient vs. Modern Techn logy 7. 7 Part 1. Civilization: Ancient vs. Modern Modern Develop swiftly Lots of invention in different fields A wide range of sciences Facilitate human more with their jobs Drawbacks: Pollution Techn logy 8. 8 Part 1. Civilization: Ancient vs. Modern conomy Modern Agriculture played an important role in the economy; created most of ancient civilizations wealth. Ancient Many industries Different kinds of products and changing rapidly. 9. 9 conomy Modern Ancient Part 1. Civilization: Ancient vs. Modern Primitive tools Ineffective production Mechanized work Massive production High productivity 10. 10 conomy Modern Ancient Part 1. Civilization: Ancient vs. Modern Traded with limited neighboring civilizations. Global trade International trading organizations/ associations 11. 11Ancient Education Part 1. Civilization: Ancient vs. Modern o Before the development of writing system, method of learning was oral. o By about 3100 BC, schools appeared. o Mostly for boys from the age of 6 to 14. o High percentage of illiteracy o Focus on religion, physical training, manners. 12. 12 Modern Education Part 1. Civilization: Ancient vs. Modern o Better facilities and equipment. o Many types of education. o Curriculum: wide range of subjects. o Compulsory basic education in most countries. o Decreased illiteracy and no schooling population. o More equality in education. 13. Scale Weapons Types 13Warfare Part 1. Civilization: Ancient vs. Modern Between small territories or countries Between large territories, many countries involved (global effects). Ancient Modern Advancements on the earlier primitive weapons. Dangerous weapons causing massive destruction. - 13 types - Chemical, Electonic, Aerial, Information, Nuclear, etc. Mostly ground/land warfare, propaganda, naval, psychology 14. 14Warfare Part 1. Civilization: Ancient vs. Modern Ancient Modern 15. 15 Part 1. Civilization: Ancient vs. Modern ANCIENTMODERN 16. 16 Part 2. Perspectives of Civilization Civilization: Pros and Cons Increase living quality + High-tech equipment + Modern manufacturing + Global communication and trading + Better education + Wars + Pollution 17. 17 Only civilization is capable of providing improved quality of life: security, material abundance, the arts, culture, the possibility of individual fulfillment and of happiness. (Roger Ellman) Part 2. Perspectives of Civilization 18. 18 Part 2. Perspectives of Civilization Civilization means the development based on human innovations in some aspects of life. 19. 19 THANK YOU Any Question? </p>