MODULE 6 FINAL EXAM

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YOU WILL DO AMAZING OF
THE FINAL EXAM!!!
LETS THINK TOGETHER
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CONNECTION TO THE FINAL EXAM
HOW DO YOU ANSWER A QUESTION ON THE
FINAL EXAM, WHAT IS THE FIRST THING YOU SHOULD
DO TO ENSURE YOU GET THE QUESTION CORRECT ???
TAKE CONTROL OF THE WHITEBOARD….
Use the passage below to answer the following question:
The strongest reason why we ask for woman a voice in the government
under which she lives; in the religion she is asked to believe; equality in
social life, where she is the chief factor; a place in the trades and
professions, where she may earn her bread, is because…as an individual,
she must rely on herself. No matter how much women prefer to lean, to be
protected and supported, nor how much men desire to have them do so,
they must make the voyage of life alone, and for safety in an emergency
they must know something of the laws of navigation.
—Internet History Sourcebooks
On which idea does Stanton base her demand for women's equality?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Women have to face the trials of life the same as men do, and so
they need equal rights, power, and skills to men's.
Women will bring the values of peace and of wise economic
spending to government; it will benefit the U.S. if women
participate.
A just, fair government needs to give equal rights to all citizens,
and women are the last group in the U.S. not to have those rights.
Men have not done a good enough job of running society so far;
women's voice is needed in order to improve government.
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The strongest reason why we ask for woman a
voice in the government under which she lives; in
the religion she is asked to believe; equality in
social life, where she is the chief factor; a place
in the trades and professions, where she may
earn her bread, is because…as an individual, she
must rely on herself. No matter how much
women prefer to lean, to be protected and
supported, nor how much men desire to have
them do so, they must make the voyage of life
alone, and for safety in an emergency they must
know something of the laws of navigation.
WHAT VOCABULARY DO WE NOT KNOW???
On which idea does Stanton base her demand for women's
equality?
IS IT WRONG, WHY?
1.
Women have to face the trials of life the same as men do,
and so they need equal rights, power, and skills to men's.
IS IT WRONG, WHY?
1.
Women will bring the values of peace and of wise
economic spending to government; it will benefit the U.S.
if women participate.
IS IT WRONG, WHY?
1.
A just, fair government needs to give equal rights to all
citizens, and women are the last group in the U.S. not to
have those rights.
IS IT WRONG, WHY?
1.
Men have not done a good enough job of running society
so far; women's voice is needed in order to improve
government.
WHAT IS THE ANSWER
The strongest reason why we ask for woman a voice in the government
under which she lives; in the religion she is asked to believe; equality in
social life, where she is the chief factor; a place in the trades and
professions, where she may earn her bread, is because…as an individual,
she must rely on herself. No matter how much women prefer to lean, to be
protected and supported, nor how much men desire to have them do so,
they must make the voyage of life alone, and for safety in an emergency
they must know something of the laws of navigation.
On which idea does Stanton base her demand for women's equality?
1.
Women have to face the trials of life the same as men do, and so
they need equal rights, power, and skills to men's.
2.
Women will bring the values of peace and of wise economic
spending to government; it will benefit the U.S. if women
participate.
3.
A just, fair government needs to give equal rights to all citizens,
and women are the last group in the U.S. not to have those rights.
4.
Men have not done a good enough job of running society so far;
women's voice is needed in order to improve government.
The strongest reason why we ask for woman a voice in the government
under which she lives; in the religion she is asked to believe; equality in
social life, where she is the chief factor; a place in the trades and
professions, where she may earn her bread, is because…as an individual,
she must rely on herself. No matter how much women prefer to lean, to be
protected and supported, nor how much men desire to have them do so,
they must make the voyage of life alone, and for safety in an emergency
they must know something of the laws of navigation.
On which idea does Stanton base her demand for women's equality?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Women have to face the trials of life the same as men do, and so
they need equal rights, power, and skills to men's.
Women will bring the values of peace and of wise economic
spending to government; it will benefit the U.S. if women
participate.
A just, fair government needs to give equal rights to all citizens,
and women are the last group in the U.S. not to have those rights.
Men have not done a good enough job of running society so far;
women's voice is needed in order to improve government.
LET’S TRY ANOTHER ONE…
REMEMBER
1. READ QUESTION
2. TAKE APART WHAT IT IS ASKING YOU
3. DEFINE ANY WORDS YOU DON’T KNOW
4. ELIMINATE ANY WRONG ANSWERS
5. PICK YOUR BEST ANSWER!!!
HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT TRYING THE NEXT ONE???
Based on the map, why might Korea have been better
able to maintain its independence compared to
Vietnam?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Located between powerful neighbors, Korea can
rely on one to defend against the other.
As a peninsula, Korea has a natural advantage as a
naval power.
Korea is further away from Japan than Vietnam is.
Korea is surrounded mostly by water, making it
difficult to invade.
WHAT IS THE
ANSWER
Based on the map, why might Korea have been better
able to maintain its independence compared to
Vietnam?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Located between powerful neighbors, Korea can
rely on one to defend against the other.
As a peninsula, Korea has a natural advantage as a
naval power.
Korea is further away from Japan than Vietnam is.
Korea is surrounded mostly by water, making it
difficult to invade.
Based on the map, why might Korea have been better
able to maintain its independence compared to
Vietnam?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Located between powerful neighbors, Korea can
rely on one to defend against the other.
As a peninsula, Korea has a natural advantage as a
naval power.
Korea is further away from Japan than Vietnam is.
Korea is surrounded mostly by water, making it
difficult to invade.
LET’S TRY ANOTHER ONE…
REMEMBER
1. READ QUESTION
2. TAKE APART WHAT IT IS ASKING YOU
3. DEFINE ANY WORDS YOU DON’T KNOW
4. ELIMINATE ANY WRONG ANSWERS
5. PICK YOUR BEST ANSWER!!!
HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT TRYING THE NEXT ONE???
How does the picture illustrate the Japanese reaction to
modernization during the Meiji Restoration?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Attitudes toward modernization were conflicted.
Industrialization was embraced without resistance.
The Japanese totally rejected modernization.
Industrialization was viewed as a kind of mystic
force.
WHAT IS THE
ANSWER
How does the picture illustrate the Japanese reaction to
modernization during the Meiji Restoration?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Attitudes toward modernization were conflicted.
Industrialization was embraced without resistance.
The Japanese totally rejected modernization.
Industrialization was viewed as a kind of mystic force.
How does the picture illustrate the Japanese reaction to
modernization during the Meiji Restoration?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Attitudes toward modernization were conflicted.
Industrialization was embraced without resistance.
The Japanese totally rejected modernization.
Industrialization was viewed as a kind of mystic force.
YOU GOT IT, LET’S PRACTICE
USE THE POLLING OPTION
1. A
2. B
3. C
4. D
Which of the following is true of the cotton gin?
1.
2.
3.
4.
It decreased the production of cotton by
5,000 percent.
It helped to remove seeds from plant fibers.
It was invented by Eli Whitney in 1769.
It made it possible for several people to
simultaneously operate a loom.
Which of the following is true of the cotton gin?
1. It decreased the production of cotton by
5,000 percent.
2. It helped to remove seeds from plant fibers.
3. It was invented by Eli Whitney in 1769.
4. It made it possible for several people to
simultaneously operate a loom.
Which of the following explains why transportation
technology advanced more rapidly in Britain there
than elsewhere in Europe?
1. Britain's waterways made transporting coal much
easier, making steam engines more practical.
2. Britain depended on waterways to transport large
quantities of goods, and so it developed river and
canal transport to a high level.
3. Britain's waterways were so crowded that
industrialists were motivated to develop new
methods of transport.
4. Britain successfully adapted technology
specifically for use in rivers and canals for use at
sea.
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Which of the following explains why transportation
technology advanced more rapidly in Britain there
than elsewhere in Europe?
1. Britain's waterways made transporting coal much
easier, making steam engines more practical.
2. Britain depended on waterways to transport large
quantities of goods, and so it developed river and
canal transport to a high level.
3. Britain's waterways were so crowded that
industrialists were motivated to develop new
methods of transport.
4. Britain successfully adapted technology
specifically for use in rivers and canals for use at
sea.
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Use the passage below to answer the following question:
How are those men, thus thrown out of employ to provide for their
families…? Some say, Begin and learn some other business. Suppose we do; who will maintain our families, whilst we undertake
the arduous task; and when we have learned it, how do we know we
shall be any better for all our pains; for by the time we have served
our second apprenticeship, another machine may arise, which may
take away that business also…—Modern History Sourcebook: Leeds
Woollen Workers Petition, 1786
What concern about the Industrial Revolution is expressed in the
passage?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Workers were at risk of having their jobs replaced by machines.
New industrial tools were dangerous to workers' health.
Workers would be deprived of education because they were
forced to work at an early age.
Workers' families would have to take extra jobs to support
them.
Use the passage below to answer the following question:
How are those men, thus thrown out of employ to provide for their
families…? Some say, Begin and learn some other business. Suppose we do; who will maintain our families, whilst we undertake
the arduous task; and when we have learned it, how do we know we
shall be any better for all our pains; for by the time we have served
our second apprenticeship, another machine may arise, which may
take away that business also…—Modern History Sourcebook: Leeds
Woollen Workers Petition, 1786
What concern about the Industrial Revolution is expressed in the
passage?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Workers were at risk of having their jobs replaced by machines.
New industrial tools were dangerous to workers' health.
Workers would be deprived of education because they were
forced to work at an early age.
Workers' families would have to take extra jobs to support
them.
How did the philosophies of Robert Owen and Karl
Marx differ?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Marx's communism was tested in real life, but
Owen's socialism never was tested.
Owen favored small planned communities,
while Marx favored a violent public uprising.
Marx accepted industrialization, while Owen
wanted to return to agrarian life.
Owen's socialism was only for intellectuals,
while Marx's communism impacted all classes.
How did the philosophies of Robert Owen and Karl
Marx differ?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Marx's communism was tested in real life, but
Owen's socialism never was tested.
Owen favored small planned communities,
while Marx favored a violent public uprising.
Marx accepted industrialization, while Owen
wanted to return to agrarian life.
Owen's socialism was only for intellectuals,
while Marx's communism impacted all classes.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Which of the following economic developments
would appeal to Robert Owen, but not to Adam
Smith?
less government regulation
increase in mass production
nationwide railroad networks
cooperatively owned cotton mills
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Which of the following economic developments
would appeal to Robert Owen, but not to Adam
Smith?
less government regulation
increase in mass production
nationwide railroad networks
cooperatively owned cotton mills
How did the Boxer Rebellion of 1899–1900
weaken China?
1.
2.
3.
4.
The Chinese government lost thousands of
its best soldiers fighting against the
rebellion.
The Chinese emperor and his advisors were
killed in the rebellion.
The Boxer Rebellion led to a civil war in
which pro-government and antigovernment forces damaged each other.
After crushing the rebellion, the colonial
nations demanded payment and additional
power over China.
How did the Boxer Rebellion of 1899–1900
weaken China?
1.
2.
3.
4.
The Chinese government lost thousands of
its best soldiers fighting against the
rebellion.
The Chinese emperor and his advisors were
killed in the rebellion.
The Boxer Rebellion led to a civil war in
which pro-government and antigovernment forces damaged each other.
After crushing the rebellion, the colonial
nations demanded payment and additional
power over China.
What was the cause of the Opium War (1839–
1842)?
1.
2.
3.
4.
The Chinese government wanted to keep sole
control of the opium trade.
The British wanted to stop the East India
Company from dealing opium.
British merchants wanted to continue the
opium trade with China.
Opium traders launched a series of raids and
attacks against Britain.
What was the cause of the Opium War (1839–
1842)?
1.
2.
3.
4.
The Chinese government wanted to keep sole
control of the opium trade.
The British wanted to stop the East India
Company from dealing opium.
British merchants wanted to continue the
opium trade with China.
Opium traders launched a series of raids and
attacks against Britain.
Use the passage below to answer the following question:
[T]his race of unequaled energy, with all the majesty of numbers
and the might of wealth behind it-the representative, let us
hope, of the largest liberty, the purest Christianity,…will spread
itself over the earth…[T]his powerful race will move down upon
Mexico, down upon Central and South America, out upon the
islands of the sea, over upon Africa and beyond. And can any
one doubt that the results of this competition of races will be the
"survival of the fittest?"—Vincent Ferraro, Resources for the
Study of International Relations and Foreign Policy, Mount
Holyoke College International Relations Program, 2010
What 19th century philosophy is described in this
excerpt?
1.
2.
3.
4.
manifest destiny
market capitalism
social Darwinism
Marxist communism
Use the passage below to answer the following question:
[T]his race of unequaled energy, with all the majesty of numbers
and the might of wealth behind it-the representative, let us
hope, of the largest liberty, the purest Christianity,…will spread
itself over the earth…[T]his powerful race will move down upon
Mexico, down upon Central and South America, out upon the
islands of the sea, over upon Africa and beyond. And can any
one doubt that the results of this competition of races will be the
"survival of the fittest?"—Vincent Ferraro, Resources for the
Study of International Relations and Foreign Policy, Mount
Holyoke College International Relations Program, 2010
What 19th century philosophy is described in this
excerpt?
1.
2.
3.
4.
manifest destiny
market capitalism
social Darwinism
Marxist communism
How was Social Darwinism used to justify
imperialism?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Europeans believed they were a more evolved
race who deserved to take over others.
Europeans believed their race would die out if
they did not conquer more territory.
Europeans believed other races were superior,
and wanted to learn about their cultures.
Europeans believed industrialization would
naturally be replaced by other means of
income.
How was Social Darwinism used to justify
imperialism?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Europeans believed they were a more evolved
race who deserved to take over others.
Europeans believed their race would die out if
they did not conquer more territory.
Europeans believed other races were superior,
and wanted to learn about their cultures.
Europeans believed industrialization would
naturally be replaced by other means of
income.
How did the unification of Germany following the
Franco-Prussian War set up future conflict
between Germany and France?
1.
2.
3.
4.
France feared German control of the Baltic Sea.
Unification gave Germany access to important
natural resources and a boost to industry.
Germany encouraged Italy to unify, which
France perceived as a threat to the balance of
power in Europe.
Germany annexed Alsace and Lorraine,
formerly part of France, as part of the peace
settlement.
How did the unification of Germany following the
Franco-Prussian War set up future conflict
between Germany and France?
1.
2.
3.
4.
France feared German control of the Baltic Sea.
Unification gave Germany access to important
natural resources and a boost to industry.
Germany encouraged Italy to unify, which
France perceived as a threat to the balance of
power in Europe.
Germany annexed Alsace and Lorraine,
formerly part of France, as part of the peace
settlement.
Use the passage below to answer the following question:
"It is not by speechifying and majorities that the great
questions of the time will be decided—that was the great
mistake in '48 and in '49,—but by blood and iron."
What did Bismarck mean by the phrase "blood and iron" in
the context of the question of German unification?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Unification would be achieved through battle, not
through diplomacy.
A unified Germany could only be based on dictatorship,
not democracy.
Germany needed to rebuild its industrial base before it
could be unified.
The Prussian army, the strongest in Europe, would
maintain peace in Germany.
Use the passage below to answer the following question:
"It is not by speechifying and majorities that the great
questions of the time will be decided—that was the great
mistake in '48 and in '49,—but by blood and iron."
What did Bismarck mean by the phrase "blood and iron" in
the context of the question of German unification?
1.
2.
3.
4.
Unification would be achieved through battle, not
through diplomacy.
A unified Germany could only be based on dictatorship,
not democracy.
Germany needed to rebuild its industrial base before it
could be unified.
The Prussian army, the strongest in Europe, would
maintain peace in Germany.
How was the role of the Sanūsīyah political order in
Libya similar to the role played by the Negritude
Movement in Kenya?
1.
2.
3.
4.
They were foreign movements which were
adopted by the intellectual elite.
The Sanūsīyah and the Negritude Movement
were both considered pro-Western.
Both destabilized the countries where they took
root, leading to civil wars.
Both were vital to unifying anti-colonial forces
and generating nationalism.
How was the role of the Sanūsīyah political order in
Libya similar to the role played by the Negritude
Movement in Kenya?
1.
2.
3.
4.
They were foreign movements which were
adopted by the intellectual elite.
The Sanūsīyah and the Negritude Movement
were both considered pro-Western.
Both destabilized the countries where they took
root, leading to civil wars.
Both were vital to unifying anti-colonial forces
and generating nationalism.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Which of the following was not an outcome of the
revolutions in Latin America?
The colonial governments became authoritarian.
Caudillos emerged as seats of power.
The economies of the countries suffered.
Many countries declared slavery illegal.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Which of the following was not an outcome of the
revolutions in Latin America?
The colonial governments became authoritarian.
Caudillos emerged as seats of power.
The economies of the countries suffered.
Many countries declared slavery illegal.

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