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WORLD HISTORY I FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE


Thursday, June 17 at 8 a.m. (location to be determined)

EXAM FORMAT

70 multiple choice question


2 short answers (one analytical paragraph each)

FOUR BIG QUESTIONS THAT HELPED SHAPE OUR COURSE THIS YEAR

• In what ways do LEADERS positively and negatively affect society?


• How do TRADE NETWORKS allow ideas, goods, and people to spread?
• How do technological and intellectual INNOVATIONS help people solve problems and
create new ones?
• How do people's IDEAS help them understand, question, and represent the universe?

UNITS OF STUDY, TEXTBOOK CHAPTERS, ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS

India
o Chapter 3 section 1
o Chapter 3 section 2 (except “New Religions Arise”)
o Chapter 7, sections 1 and 2 (up to “The Spread of Indian Trade”)

China:
• What are the factors that led to the imperial influences in China?
o Chapter 2, Section 4
o Chapter 4, Section 4
o Chapter 7, Section 3

East and Southeast Asia:


• How does cultural diffusion affect the political, social, intellectual, religious and
economic environments in Korea, Japan and Southeast Asia?
o Chapter 12, Section 4
o Chapter 12, Section 5

Rome and Byzantine:


• How do leaders’ actions impact their subjects and the way they live?
o Chapter 3, Section 4
o Chapter 6
o Chapter 11, Section 1

Muslim World:
• How did religion and trade contribute to the scientific, artistic and intellectual
accomplishments of the Islamic empires?
o Chapter 10, Sections 1-3

Ancient Africa:
• How did geography impact the development of societies?
o Chapter 8, Sections 1-3
o Chapter 15, Sections 1-3

European Middle Ages:


• How did religious and secular systems contribute to the rise of kingdoms and empires in
Western Europe?
o Chapters 13 and 14

Renaissance and Reformation


o Chapter 17 (but use your notes to guide your studying)

You should also be familiar with your world timeline so that you are able to make
connections among units!

IN-CLASS REVIEW SCHEDULE (June 9 to June 15)

Day 1 (Wednesday for orange, Thursday for everyone else)

homework due:
bring your textbook to use, bring all your history notes to school!

in class:
word web part 1 (cross-unit connections!)
identify major themes of each unit

homework:
define 15 words from the vocabulary grid (next page). Everyone will define the same words. I
will let you know which ones.

Day 2 (Friday for everyone)

homework due:
15 definitions from vocabulary grid

in class:
word web part 2

homework:
Divide the rest of the words from the vocabulary grid among your in-class study group. Define
your assigned words! Your group is depending on you!

Day 3 (Monday for everyone)

homework due:
definitions for the words you were responsible for

in class:
word web part 3!

homework:
study!
Day 4 (Tuesday for everyone. We will split B and E blocks.)

no homework due

in class:
more word web (if needed)

homework:
study!

MS. KUO’S AFTERSCHOOL REVIEW SESSIONS

Come with questions! Come to listen in!

In Room 169
Thursday, June 10 (at 2:30 p.m.)
Friday, June 11 (at 2:30 p.m.)
Tuesday, June 15 (at 2:30 p.m.)
Wednesday, June 16 (at 1:30 p.m.)

VOCABULARY GRID ON THE BACK!


VOCABULARY GRID (terms and names)

Below are broad terms and names that we have studied this year in history. You will not only
need to know the meaning of these words but also how they connect to material we have covered
in class – sometimes within a particular unit and sometimes across different units. The key is to
make connections. It would be helpful to refer to our four big questions for this course.

Monsoons Mandate of Heaven Siddhartha Gautama Karma

Moksha Ashoka Charlemagne Chivalry

Silk Road West African Empires Pax Romana Swahili Coast

Monarchy Julius Caesar Abraham Crusades

Cosmopolitan Jesus of Nazareth Tang & Song Dynasty Timbuktu


innovations
Ibn Battuta Spread of Islam Mansa Musa Hindu Caste System

Muhammad Power of Medieval Centralized 5 Pillars


Church government
Torah Diaspora 4 Noble Truths Spread of Buddhism

Bubonic Plague Jerusalem Daoism Germanic Tribes

Pagan Cultural Diffusion Civil Service Fall of Roman Empire

Roman Republic Monotheism Islamic Golden Age Justinian

Gupta Golden Age Pastoral nomads Schism of Christian Centralized


Church (1054) government
Feudalism Byzantine Empire Legalism Confucianism

Shi Huang Di Han Dynasty Sunni/Shia Mongol