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03.History of Education Kidd update

03.History of Education Kidd update - How do you pronounce...

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How do you pronounce this word: "Ghoti" ?
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History Quiz Can you answer these next six questions and pass the test? We’ve decided that 2/6 is a passing score.
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#1 1. Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492. How long was it from the time he last saw land in the old world until he first saw land in the new world. a. about one month b. about three months c. about six months d. about one year e. about three years
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#2 2. What do we know of the Vikings' discovery of North America a. only rumors - never substantiated b. only archeological evidence c. limited written evidence d. extensive written evidence e. they really weren't Vikings, they were Swedes
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#3 3. Mechanical clocks were invented in the Middle Ages in Europe. What did the first clock faces look like? a. Arabic numerals b. Roman numerals c. Alphabetic designations d. Symbolic designations e. They had no "face"
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#4 4. Where was moveable type first invented? a. China b. India c. Russia d. Scotland e. Russia
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#5 5. The Chinese had an age of exploration a hundred years before Columbus. About how long were their largest ships, the "Treasure Ships?" a. 25 feet long b. 50 feet long c. 100 feet long d. 200 feet long e. 400 feet long
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#6 6. When the Chinese first went to East Africa what were they searching for? a. gold b. ivory c. slaves d. spice e. giraffe
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Answers and Explanations
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#1 1. Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492. How long was it from the time he last saw land in the old world until he first saw land in the new world. a. about one month b. about three months c. about six months d. about one year e. about three years
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#1 1. Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492. How long was it from the time he last saw land in the old world until he first saw land in the new world. a. about one month b. about three months c. about six months d. about one year e. about three years
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#2 2. What do we know of the Vikings' discovery of North America a. only rumors - never substantiated b. only archeological evidence c. limited written evidence d. extensive written evidence e. they really weren't Vikings, they were Swedes
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