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Map Quiz – For Starters - Fundamentals

1. AP World Regions : A Big Picture View
a. Africa
b. The Americas
c. Asia
d. Europe
e. Oceania
f. Ural Mountains (dividing line between Europe and Asia. Created by Russian cartographers)

2. AP World Regions: A Closer Look

a. Central Africa
b. Central Asia
c. East Africa (includes Madagascar)
d. East Asia
e. Europe
f. Latin America (includes Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean
g. Middle East (includes Egypt and Iran)
h. North Africa (does not include Egypt (!?))
i. North America
j. Oceania
k. South Asia (includes Afghanistan)
l. Southeast Asia
m. Southern Africa
n. West Africa

3. Other Regions:
a. Inner Eurasia
b. Sub-Saharan Africa

4. Bodies of Water / Waterways to know:

a. Atlantic Ocean:
a1.North Atlantic
a2. South Atlantic
b. Bay of Bengal
c. Black Sea
d. Caspian Sea
e. Gulf of Mexico
f. Indian Ocean
g. North Sea / Baltic Sea
h. Pacific Ocean:
h1.North Pacific
h2. South Pacific
i. Panama Canal
j. Persian Gulf
k. Red Sea
l. Sea of Japan
m. South China Sea
n. Yellow Sea

o. Amazon River
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p. Congo River
q. Ganges River
r. Grand Canal (from Beijing to Huangzhou (Canton))
s. Huang He (Yellow) River
t. Indus River
u. Mississippi River
v. Niger River
w. Nile River
x. Panama Canal
y. Straits of Malacca
z. Suez Canal
aa.Volga River
bb.Yangtze River
s. (Yellow River) see Huang He River
cc. Zambezi River



MAP Quiz: Period 1, to 600 BCE:

Definite prompts:
1. Draw a world map or part of it.
2. Label certain AP Regions (see For Starters and Big Picture View and A Closer Look from page 22 of
the Course Description)

Possible prompts:

1. Show the following with an arrow:
a. Human migration

2. The following areas:
a. Eastern Mediterranean
b. Mesopotamia
c. Nile River Valley
d. Sub-Saharan Africa
e. Indus River Valley
f. Huang-He (Yellow) River Valley
g. Papua New Guinea
h. Mesoamerica
i. Andes

3. Place the following civilizations in the correct place and region:
a. Mesopotamia
b. Mohenjo-Daro
c. Shang
d. Olmecs
e. Chavin
f. Hittites
g. Babylonia

4. Place and label the following religions:
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a. Vedic Hinduism
b. Zorastrianism
c. (Hebrews) Judaism

5. Trade routes label and show connection with an arrow:
a. Egypt to Nubia
b. Mesopotamia to Indus River Valley




Map Quiz: Period 2, 600 BCE to 600 CE

Definite prompts: 1. Draw a world map or part of it.
2. Labeling AP Regions, Big Picture View and A Closer Look


Possible prompts:

1. Place the following empires and city-states in the correct place and region:
a. Mauryan
b. Roman
c. Han
d. Qin
e. Gupta
f. Persian
g. Hellenistic
h. Moche
i. Teotihuacan
j. Maya
k. Greek
l. Phoenicia and colonies

2. Place the following groups on the correct frontier of their respective bordering empire:
a. Xiongnu for the Hun
b. White Huns for the Gupta
c. “Barbarians” for Rome

3. Show the following trade routes with arrows:
a. Silk Roads
b. Trans-Saharan caravan routes
c. Indian Ocean sea lanes
d. Mediterranean sea lanes
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Map Quiz: Period 3, 600 CE – 1450 CE

Definite prompts:
1. Draw a world map or part of it.
2. Labeling AP Regions, Big Picture View and A Closer Look from page 22 of the Course Description

Possible prompts:

1. Empires:
a. Byzantine
b. Caliphates (Abbasid and Umayyad)
c. China (Sui, Tang, and Song)
d. Mongol

2. Migrations/Movements People:
a. Vikings
b. Berber nomads
c. Bantu
d. Polynesian

3. Migration of Commodities and Disease:
a. bananas
b. Black Death
c. citrus
d. cotton
e. gunpowder
f. rice
g. Southernization examples (see Lynda Shaffer, “Southernization”)
h. sugar4. Traveler’s Routes:
a. Ibn Battuta
b. Marco Polo
c. Xuanzang

5. Trade Routes:
a. Indian Ocean
b. Mediterranean Sea
c. Silk Roads
d. Trans-Saharan

6. Trading Cities:
a. Baghdad
b. Cahokia
c. Calicut
d. Huangzhou
e. Melaka
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f. Novgorod
g. Swahili city-states
h. Timbuktu
i. Venice

7. Merchant Communities:
a. Chinese
b. Jewish
c. Muslim
d. Sogdian

8. Language Populations:
a. Arab
b. Bantu
c. Turkic

9. Belief Systems / Empires:
a. Buddhism
b. Inca
c. Islam
d. Mexica (Aztecs)
e. Neo-Confucianism

Map Quiz: Period 4, 1450 CE – 1750 CE

Definite prompts:
1. Draw a world map or part of it.
2. Labeling AP Regions, Big Picture View and A Closer Look from page 22 of the Course Description

Possible prompts:

1. Trade Routes:
a. See period 3
b. Triangle Trade
c. With an arrow show the movement of silver from the Americas, including the d. d. Manila Galleon

2. Draw the following navigator’s journeys with an arrow:
a. Christopher Columbus
b. Vasco Da Gama
c. Ferdinand Magellan
d. Zheng He

3. Draw the exchange and communication networks of Oceania and Polynesia

With an arrow show the direction of the following items as they relate to the Columbian Exchange:
a. Cattle
b. Horses
c. Influenza
d. Maize
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e. Manioc
f. Measles
g. Okra
h. Pigs
i. Potatoes
j. Rice
k. Smallpox
l. Sugar
m. Tobacco

4. Place the following terms (or individuals) in the place or area most associated with it:
a. Cervantes
b. Creole elite
c. Daimyo
d. Encomienda
e. Hacienda
f. Kabuki
g. Mita
h. Renaissance
i. Shakespeare
j. Sikhism
k. Sundiata
l. Vodun
m. Xuanzang
n. Zamindars

5. Shade the following land empires:
a. Manchu
b. Mughal
c. Ottoman
d. Russian

6. Shade the following maritime empires:
a. British
b. Dutch
c. French
d. Portuguese
e. SpanishMap Quiz: Period 5, 1750 CE – 1900 CE

Definite prompts:
1. Draw a world map or part of it.
2. Labeling AP Regions, Big Picture View and A Closer Look from page 22 of the Course Description

Possible prompts:

1. Shade the following Empires:
a. British
b. Dutch
c. French
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d. German
e. Japanese (until 1937)
f. Ottoman
g. Russian
h. United States (American)

2. Locate the following Rebellions:
a. American Revolution
b. Boxer
c. French Revolution
d. Ghost Dance
e. Haitian Revolution
f. Latin American Revolutions (1810-1831)
g. Sepoy Mutiny
h. Taiping
i. Xhosa - Cattle Killing

3. Label the following Places and Peoples:
a. Algeria
b. Australia
c. Balkans
d. Cherokees
e. Congo
f. Egypt
g. Germany
h. Hawaii
i. India
j. Indonesia
k. Italy
l. Japan
m. Liberia
n. Marathas
o. New Zealand
p. Philippines
q. Siam

4. Locate Movements:
a. Tanzimat
b. Self-Strengthening

5. Place the Following Leaders and Intellectuals in the Countries (usually one) each is most associated
with:

a. Muhammad Ali
b. Otto von Bismarck
c. Simon Bolivar
d. Giuseppe Garibaldi
e. Olympe de Gouges
f. Thomas Jefferson
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g. John Locke
h. Meiji
i. Baron de Montesquieu
j. Bernardo O’Higgins
k. Jose de San Martin
l. (Queen) Victoria
m. Voltaire
n. Mary Wollstonecraft

6. Diasporas:
a. Chinese
b. Indian

7. Traveler/explorer:
a. Captain Cook’s voyages

Map Quiz: Period 6, 1900 CE – present

Definite prompts:
1. Draw a world map or part of it.
2. Labeling AP Regions, Big Picture View and A Closer Look from page 22 of the Course Description

Possible prompts:

1. Cultural Phenomena and Political Movements:
a. Apartheid
b. Bollywood
c. ETA
d. Great Leap Forward
e. Greene (sp.?) Belt Movement
f. Guernica
g. I.R.A.
h. Liberation Theology
i. New Deal
j. Reggae

2. Shade the Countries Directly Involved in the Treaties and Agreements:
a. ASEAN
b. Mercosur
c. NAFTA
d. NATO
e. Warsaw Pact

3. Migrations Show with an Arrow: a. Algerians to France
b. South Asians to United Kingdom
c. Filipinos to U.S.
d. Jamaicans to United Kingdom

4. Countries:
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a. Bangladesh
b. Ghana (Gold Coast)
c. India
d. Pakistan

5. Place the Person in the Country they led:
a. Idi Amin
b. Deng Xiaoping
c. Ho Chi Minh
d. Mao Zedong
e. Gemal Abdel Nasser
f. Augusto Pinochet
g. Ronald Reagan
h. Margaret Thatcher


6. Label and Briefly Annotate (when it happened, who killed whom and why) the Following Genocides,
Mass Killings, and War Zones:
a. Algeria
b. Armenia
c. Biafra
d. Cambodia
e. Congo
f. Darfur
g. Dresden
h. Hiroshima
i. India/Pakistan border
j. Israel/Palestine
k. Nanjing
l. Serbia
m. Rwanda
n. Vietnam

				
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