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									Chap. 5 The Caribbean Study Guide

Matching

            Key Terms
            Match each item with the correct statement below.
            a. Creole                                      f.    constitution
            b. ally                                        g.    exile
            c. illiterate                                  h.    commonwealth
            d. communism                                   i.    refugee
            e. citizen
____    1. a dialect spoken in Haiti based on French and African languages
____    2. a person with certain rights and responsibilities under a particular government
____    3. a place with its own government that has strong ties to a particular country
____    4. a country joined to another country for a special purpose

            Key Terms
            Fill in the blank by writing the letter of the correct term below.
            a. communism                                       f. constitution
            b. citizen                                         g. Creole
            c. exile                                           h. commonwealth
            d. ally                                            i. refugee
            e. illiterate
____    5. Today, many Haitians are supporting a return to their ____ roots, a mix of European and African
           cultures.
____    6. Someone who is unable to read and write is said to be ____.
____    7. is an economic system in which the government owns all large businesses and most of the country’s
           land.
____    8. Puerto Rico is a self-governing political unit, a(n) ____, with strong ties to the United States.
____    9. A Cuban who left Cuba because of political problems is called a(n) ____.


Short Answer

            Key Concepts

       10. What were the results of changes in the education system made by Fidel Castro in the 1960s and
           1970s?


       11. Where is Haiti located?


       12. In 1994, 20,000 Cubans tried to sail away from Cuba, hoping to reach which country?


       13. Cuba was once a colony of what country?
14. Francois Duvalier and Jean-Claude Duvalier were a father and son from Haiti who are famous for
    what?


15. What type of government does Cuba have?


16. Many Cuban immigrants to the Unites States settled in what state?


17. Describe the city of San Juan, Puerto Rico.


18. During the Cold War, what event increased tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union?


19. In 1991, an event that drastically affected Cuba’s economy was what?


20. How did René Préval of Haiti become the country’s leader?


21. What descent are most of the people of Haiti?


22. Before Haiti gained independence, it was a colony of what country?


23. In 1801, which Haitian leader helped banish slavery in Haiti?


24. Most people who move to the United States from Puerto Rico live in what area?


25. Although Puerto Ricans are United States citizens, they cannot do what?
Chap. 5 The Caribbean
Answer Section

MATCHING

      1. ANS:    A                 PTS:   1                 DIF:    Easy           REF: 146
         OBJ:    5.2.2             STA:   II.1.2            TOP:    The People of Haiti
      2. ANS:    E                 PTS:   1                 DIF:    Easy           REF: 149
         OBJ:    5.3.1             STA:   II.1.1            TOP:    Puerto Rican and American
      3. ANS:    H                 PTS:   1                 DIF:    Easy           REF: 149
         OBJ:    5.3.1             STA:   II.5.3 | II.4.2   TOP:    Puerto Rican and American
      4. ANS:    B                 PTS:   1                 DIF:    Easy           REF: 136
         OBJ:    5.1.1             STA:   II.5.3 | II.4.2   TOP:    Cuba's History

      5. ANS:    G                 PTS:   1                  DIF:   Easy         REF: 146
         OBJ:    5.2.2             STA:   II.1.1 | II.1.2 | I.1.3                TOP: The People of Haiti
      6. ANS:    E                 PTS:   1                  DIF:   Easy         REF: 136
         OBJ:    5.1.1             STA:   II.1.1 | II.1.2 TOP:      Cuba's History
      7. ANS:    A                 PTS:   1                  DIF:   Easy           REF: 135
         OBJ:    5.1.1             STA:   IV.2.3             TOP:   Cuba's History
      8. ANS:    H                 PTS:   1                  DIF:   Easy           REF: 149
         OBJ:    5.3.1             STA:   II.3.4             TOP:   Puerto Rican and American
      9. ANS:    C                 PTS:   1                  DIF:   Easy           REF: 137
         OBJ:    5.1.2             STA:   II.1.1             TOP:   Cuban Exiles


SHORT ANSWER

     10. ANS:
         a higher literacy rate.

         PTS: 1               DIF: Moderate       REF: 136                       OBJ: 5.1.1
         STA: II.1.1 | II.1.2 TOP: Cuba's History
     11. ANS:
         same island as the Dominican Republic

         PTS: 1                DIF: Moderate     REF: 143                        OBJ: 5.2.1
         STA: II.3.2           TOP: Hatian Geography
     12. ANS:
         reach the United States.

         PTS: 1                    DIF: Moderate       REF: 134                  OBJ: 5.1.1
         STA: II.3.3               TOP: Cuba's History
     13. ANS:
         Spain.

         PTS: 1                 DIF: Moderate       REF: 135                     OBJ: 5.1.1
         STA: II.4.2            TOP: Cuba's History
     14. ANS:
         ruled the country as dictators.

         PTS: 1                    DIF: Moderate     REF: 145                    OBJ: 5.2.1
         STA: I.2.4                TOP: Democracy in Haiti
     15. ANS:
         Communist.
    PTS: 1               DIF: Moderate       REF: 135              OBJ: 5.1.1
    STA: III.5.1         TOP: Cuba's History
16. ANS:
    Florida.

    PTS: 1               DIF: Moderate         REF: 138              OBJ: 5.1.2
    STA: II.3.3 | II.1.1 TOP: Cuban Exiles
17. ANS:
    has a mixture of modern skyscrapers and old Spanish-style buildings.

    PTS: 1                  DIF: Moderate     REF: 152            OBJ: 5.3.2
    STA: II.1.1 | II.2.4 | II.2.5 | I.1.3     TOP: Life in Puerto Rico
18. ANS:
    the Cuban Missile Crisis

    PTS: 1                 DIF: Moderate       REF: 136            OBJ: 5.1.1
    STA: II.3.4            TOP: Cuba's History
19. ANS:
    the collapse of the Soviet Union.

    PTS: 1                DIF: Moderate       REF: 139          OBJ: 5.1.2
    STA: IV.4.1 | II.4.2                      TOP: Cuban Exiles
20. ANS:
    democratically elected president.

    PTS: 1               DIF: Moderate     REF: 142                OBJ: 5.2.1
    STA: I.2.4           TOP: Democracy in Haiti
21. ANS:
    farmers.

    PTS: 1               DIF: Moderate      REF: 146               OBJ: 5.2.2
    STA: II.1.1 | II.1.3 TOP: The People of Haiti
22. ANS:
    France.

    PTS: 1              DIF: Moderate     REF: 143                 OBJ: 5.2.1
    STA: II.4.2         TOP: Democracy in Haiti
23. ANS:
    Toussaint L’Ouverture

    PTS: 1               DIF: Moderate     REF: 143                OBJ: 5.2.1
    STA: I.2.4 | I.4.3   TOP: Democracy in Haiti
24. ANS:
    Northeast.

    PTS: 1                 DIF: Moderate          REF: 149         OBJ: 5.3.1
    STA: II.3.3 | II.1.1 TOP: Puerto Rican and American
25. ANS:
    vote in the United States presidential elections.

    PTS: 1               DIF: Moderate      REF: 149               OBJ: 5.3.1
    STA: II.1.1          TOP: Puerto Rican and American

								
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