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World History
Module 1
Review Session
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Think about religion and empires
Monotheistic Religions
Judaism
Islam
Christianity
Empires
Roman Empire
Byzantine Empire
Ottoman Empire
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SS.912.W.3.7:
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What impact did the Frankish leader Charles Martel
have on Christian Europe's relations with Muslim Spain
in the eighth century?
A. He negotiated a clear border between Spain and
France.
LC= Low
Complexity
MC=
Moderate
Complexity
HC = High
Complexity
B. He stopped the Muslim advance from Spain into
France.
C. He welcomed ambassadors and scholars from
Moorish Spain.
D. He established a Christian kingdom in a corner of
northern Spain.
Stem
How to break down a test question
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SS.912.W.3.7:
C
h
o
i
c
e
s
What impact did the Frankish leader Charles Martel
have on Christian Europe's relations with Muslim Spain
in the eighth century?
A. He negotiated a clear border between Spain and
France.
LC= Low
Complexity
MC=
Moderate
Complexity
HC = High
Complexity
B. He stopped the Muslim advance from Spain into
France.
C. He welcomed ambassadors and scholars from
Moorish Spain.
D. He established a Christian kingdom in a corner of
northern Spain.
Stem
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SS.912.W.3.6:
Let’s Try Another one
 Which
of the following describes the primary
issue that divided Sunni and Shi'a Muslims in
early Islam?
A. The Sunni required a strict interpretation of the Qu'ran's
prophecies.
B. The Shi'a believed in a conquering Islam made from new territory.
C. The Shi'a believed that only God could choose the successor to
Muhammad.
D. The Sunni believed that depictions of Allah were acceptable in
some forms.
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SS.912.W.3.6:
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 Which
of the following describes the primary
issue that divided Sunni and Shi'a Muslims in
early Islam?
A. The Sunni required a strict interpretation of the Qu'ran's
prophecies.
B. The Shi'a believed in a conquering Islam made from new territory.
C. The Shi'a believed that only God could choose the successor to
Muhammad.
D. The Sunni believed that depictions of Allah were acceptable in
some forms.
Judaism, Islam, and Christianity share a belief in
A. the central authority of the Pope
B. a prohibition of the consumption of port
C. reincarnation and the Four Noble Truths
D. monotheism and ethical conduct
Judaism, Islam, and Christianity share a belief in
A. the central authority of the Pope
B. a prohibition of the consumption of port
C. reincarnation and the Four Noble Truths
D. monotheism and ethical conduct
The Koran, Jihad, and the Hegira are
most closely associated with the
practice of
A. Islam
B. Judaism
C. Shinto
D. Buddhism
The Koran, Jihad, and the Hegira are
most closely associated with the
practice of
A. Islam
B. Judaism
C. Shinto
D. Buddhism
An influence that spread from the
Byzantine Empire to Early Russia was the
A. use of the Latin alphabet
B. Orthodox Christian religion
C. beginning of democracy
D. factory system
An influence that spread from the
Byzantine Empire to Early Russia was the
A. use of the Latin alphabet
B. Orthodox Christian religion
C. beginning of democracy
D. factory system
After the fall of Rome, the eastern portion of
the Roman Empire became known as the
A. Persian Empire
B. Byzantine Empire
C. Mongol Empire
D. Gupta Empire
After the fall of Rome, the eastern portion of
the Roman Empire became known as the
A. Persian Empire
B. Byzantine Empire
C. Mongol Empire
D. Gupta Empire
Which activity occurred during the
Golden Age of Muslim culture?
A. destruction of books containing Greek and
Roman ideas
B. beginning of pilgrimages to Mecca
C. opposition to freedom of thought and to
foreign ideas by rulers
D. major discoveries in mathematics and
science
Which activity occurred during the
Golden Age of Muslim culture?
A. destruction of books containing Greek and
Roman ideas
B. beginning of pilgrimages to Mecca
C. opposition to freedom of thought and to
foreign ideas by rulers
D. major discoveries in mathematics and
science
This map of Europe and the Mediterranean region was made in
1513 by Muslim cartographer Piri Reis, who lived in the Ottoman
Empire. Use this map to answer the following question:
What could a 21st century historian learn from this primary source?
A. the extent of 16th century Islamic travel in of Europe and the
Mediterranean
B. the extent of 16th century Indian travel in Europe and the Mediterranean
C. the degree to which borders between European countries have shifted
D. ways in which Ottoman knowledge of geography was accurate and
inaccurate
This map of Europe and the Mediterranean region was made in
1513 by Muslim cartographer Piri Reis, who lived in the Ottoman
Empire. Use this map to answer the following question:
What could a 21st century historian learn from this primary source?
A. the extent of 16th century Islamic travel in of Europe and the
Mediterranean
B. the extent of 16th century Indian travel in Europe and the Mediterranean
C. the degree to which borders between European countries have shifted
D. ways in which Ottoman knowledge of geography was accurate and
inaccurate
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SS.912.W.1.3:
The following text is excerpted from a ninth-century Muslim historian's
description of the eighth-century Muslim conquest of Spain. Use this
excerpt to answer the following question:
Musa Ibn Nosseyr sent his son Merwan to Tangiers, to wage a holy war
upon her coast. Having, then, exerted himself together with his friends, he
returned, leaving to Tarik Ibn Amru the command of his army which
amounted to 1,700. Others say that 12,000 Berbers besides 16 Arabs were
with Tarik: but that is false.
—excerpt from Idn Ab-del-Hakem, “The Islamic Conquest of Spain.”
Why might the ninth-century historian's figure of 1,700 be questioned by
modern historians?
A.
B.
C.
D.
Historians were less accurate in the past than today.
The text does not say where he got the figure.
The historian was not one of the soldiers at the battle.
The writer does not say that the figure is accurate.
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SS.912.W.1.3:
The following text is excerpted from a ninth-century Muslim historian's
description of the eighth-century Muslim conquest of Spain. Use this
excerpt to answer the following question:
Musa Ibn Nosseyr sent his son Merwan to Tangiers, to wage a holy war
upon her coast. Having, then, exerted himself together with his friends, he
returned, leaving to Tarik Ibn Amru the command of his army which
amounted to 1,700. Others say that 12,000 Berbers besides 16 Arabs were
with Tarik: but that is false.
—excerpt from Idn Ab-del-Hakem, “The Islamic Conquest of Spain.”
Why might the ninth-century historian's figure of 1,700 be questioned by
modern historians?
A.
B.
C.
D.
Historians were less accurate in the past than today.
The text does not say where he got the figure.
The historian was not one of the soldiers at the battle.
The writer does not say that the figure is accurate.
How do you break down a map?
1
3
At its point of greatest extent, in which regions did the
Byzantine Empire hold territory?
2
A. Italy, Russia, and the west coast of Africa
B. Spain, the Black Sea, and North Africa
C. the Dnieper, Danube, and Rhone Rivers
D. northern Europe and southern Africa
How do you break down a map?
At its point of greatest extent, in which regions did the
Byzantine Empire hold territory?
A. Italy, Russia, and the west coast of Africa
B. Spain, the Black Sea, and North Africa
C. the Dnieper, Danube, and Rhone Rivers
D. northern Europe and southern Africa
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SS.912.W.3.3:
Use the image of a Jewish cantor reading the Passover story in
Islamic Spain to answer the following question:
What does this image
demonstrate about
the policies of Islamic
rule in Spain?
A. Jews were forced to hide their religion and pray indoors.
B. Jews were allowed to practice their religion in Islamic
Spain.
C. The Jews living in Islamic Spain were required to construct
their synagogues along Islamic lines.
D. The Jews living in Islamic Spain were greatly resented by
practicing Christians.
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SS.912.W.3.3:
Use the image of a Jewish cantor reading the Passover story in
Islamic Spain to answer the following question:
What does this image
demonstrate about
the policies of Islamic
rule in Spain?
A. Jews were forced to hide their religion and pray indoors.
B. Jews were allowed to practice their religion in Islamic
Spain.
C. The Jews living in Islamic Spain were required to construct
their synagogues along Islamic lines.
D. The Jews living in Islamic Spain were greatly resented by
practicing Christians.
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