World History CP Final Exam Study Guide by niusheng11

VIEWS: 12 PAGES: 5

									                              World History CP Final Exam Study Guide

Chapter 15:                                         Chapter 19:
Renaissance                                         Divine Right of Kings
Reformation                                         Elizabeth I
Counter Reformation                                 Mary I “Bloody Mary”
Calvinism                                           Henry VIII
Catholicism                                         Spanish Armada 1588
Huguenots                                           Treaty of Westphalia
Lutheranism
Anglicanism                                         Chapter 20:
Religious affiliations of European countries        Enlightenment
Reasons for wars in 1550 and 1650                   Whigs
William Shakespeare                                 Tories
Machiavelli                                         Oliver Cromwell
Michelangelo                                        Cavaliers
Leonardo da Vinci                                   Roundheads
Ignatius Loyola                                     Thomas Hobbes
Martin Luther                                       John Locke
Printing Press                                      Legislative, Judicial, and Executive Branches
Johannes Gutenberg                                  Ben Franklin
Henry VIII                                          Thomas Jefferson

Chapter 16:                                         Chapter 21:
Slave trade                                         Louis XVI
Middle passage                                      1st, 2nd, and 3rd Estates in France
Triangular trade                                    Reign of Terror
Mercantilism                                        Robespierre
Christopher Columbus                                Great Fear
Heliocentric                                        Coup d’état
Geocentric                                          Napoleon Bonaparte
Reasons for colonization                            Napoleonic Code
Balboa                                              Congress of Vienna
Da Gama
Copernicus                                          Chapter 22:
Hernan Cortez                                       Industrial Revolution
Scientific revolution                               Place where Industrial Revolution began
                                                    Factory System
Chapter 17:                                         British textile industry
Free trade                                          Crop rotation
Taiping rebellion                                   Charles “Turnip” Townshend
Treaty of Nanking                                   Monopoly
Dynasty                                             Henry Bessemer
                                                    Communism
Chapter 18:                                         Proletariat
Modern day countries of Ottomans, Safavids,         Bourgeoisie
Mughals                                             Karl Marx
                                                    Communist Manifesto
                                                    Cotton gin
                                                    Eli Whitney
                                                    Adam Smith
Chapter 23:
Charles Darwin                 Chapter 29:
                               Open Door Policy
Chapter 24:                    Good Neighbor Policy
Irish Question                 Boxers
Otto von Bismarck              Mohandas Gandhi
Prussia’s/Germany’s strength   Mao Zedong
Peninsulars                    Long March
Creoles                        Chaing Kai Shek
Mestistos
Mulattoes                      Chapter 30:
                               Nazi-Soviet Non-aggression Pact
Chapter 25:                    Munich Conference
Kaiser                         Blitzkrieg
Nationalism                    1939 Invasion of Poland
                               WWII
Chapter 26:                    Axis Powers
Imperialism                    Allied Powers
White Man’s Burden             Isolationist
Paternalism                    Pearl Harbor
Spheres of Influence           Soft Underbelly
Maine                          Island Hopping
Roosevelt Corollary            D-Day
Suez Canal                     Benito Mussolini
Spanish American War           FDR
                               Hitler
Chapter 27:                    Neville Chamberlain
WWI                            Churchill
Central Powers                 Gestapo
Allied Powers                  Nuremburg Laws
Woodrow Wilson
League of Nations              Chapter 31:
Russian Revolution             Cold War
Bolsheviks                     United Nations
“Peace, Bread, Land”           Nuremburg trials
Lenin                          Marshall Plan
Communism                      Buffer Zone
Archduke Franz Ferdinand       NATO
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk        Warsaw Pact
Treaty of Versailles           Iron Curtain
Total War                      Containment
War of Attrition               Truman Doctrine
                               Cuban Missile Crisis
Chapter 28:                    Martin Luther King Jr.
Stalin                         Berlin Blockade
World powers after WWI
Great Depression
Stock Market Crash
Black Tuesday
Fascism
Chapter 32:                                            Bay of Pigs
Domino Theory                                          NAFTA
Nonalignment                                           Cuban Missile Crisis
Indira Gandhi
Tiananmen Square                                       Chapter 35:
Korean War                                             Glasnost
38th Parallel                                          Gorbachev
Ho Chi Minh                                            Brezhnev Doctrine
Viet Minh                                              Boris Yeltsin
Outcome of the Vietnam War                             Ostopolitik
Great Leap Forward                                     EU (European Union)
Cultural Revolution
Pol Pot                                                Chapter 36:
Ngo Dinh Diem                                          Current World Population
                                                       Effects of Carbon Dioxide
Chapter 33:                                            Laser
Apartheid                                              Genetics
Pan-Africanism                                         Apollo Program
Nelson Mandela                                         NASA
Suez Canal Crisis                                      Greenhouse effect
PLO                                                    Superconductor
OPEC                                                   Space Shuttle
Ayatollah Khomeini                                     Acid Rain
Saddam Hussein                                         Air plane
Iranian Revolution                                     Ozone Layer
Persian Gulf War                                       Computer
                                                       Internet
Chapter 34:                                            Cell phones
Fidel Castro

                           Chronological Order of Major Historical Events
Directions: Please place the following events in chronological order.

Major Inventions:
Airplane                             Cotton Gin                          Space Shuttle
Railroad                             Printing Press



        1500    1550   1600   1650     1700    1750    1800    1850   1900    1950   2000



Major Treaties:
Treaty of Versailles                 Treaty of Nanking                   Treaty of Westphalia
Congress of Vienna                   Treaty of Brest-Litovsk



        1500    1550   1600   1650     1700    1750    1800    1850   1900    1950   2000
                                                  PART II
                                              (Worth 80 points)
Essay Question: Choose any of the following questions. Write your answer on the paper provided. Each
question is worth 40 points total, but will be doubled to be worth 40% of the test.

                                        Students Please Note
In developing your paragraphs be sure to…
             Include specific information and evidence whenever possible
             Proper essay format is 5 paragraphs: Intro, 3 Body, and Conclusion.


Essay Options:

   1. Certain types of individuals have had a major influence on historical events

                                               Categories
        A British Monarch (pre-1900)                                      A Dictator
          A Scientist (1500-1700)                                       An Asian Leader
          An Enlightened Thinker                                      A Middle East Leader


                      Select 3 categories from the list above and for each on selected:
       a. Describe a specific contribution or action of this individual
       b. Discuss a long-term impact of this individual on the course of history




   2. Groups throughout history have experienced violations of their basic social, political, or
      economic rights.

                                               Categories
                    Serfs                                                   Students
              Native Americans                                              The Poor
                    Jews                                                    Women
                   Blacks


                      Select 3 categories from the list above and for each on selected:
       a. Describe a specific way the group’s rights have been violated.
       b. Discuss a social, political, or economic effect these violations had on the group.
3. Certain historical events have brought about significant changes.

                                          Categories
       Voyages of Columbus                                       Treaty of Versailles
    Defeat of the Spanish Armada                           Westernization of the Middle East
         French Revolution                                      Fall of the Berlin Wall


                  Select 3 categories from the list above and for each on selected:
   a. Describe the event in detail.
   b. Explain how the event led to significant changes in the world.




4. Throughout history men and women had an impact on their times. They have played
   various roles in shaping their society.

                                          Categories
               Scientist                                             Revolutionary
          Political Reformer                                           Explorer
                 Writer                                                 Artist


                  Select 3 categories from the list above and for each on selected:
   a. Describe an action, discovery, invention, or a work of art by each individual.
   b. Discuss the individuals impact on the political, economic, or social development of his or her
      nation.

								
To top