HIST 1112, Spring 2007
Study Guide for Final Exam
The exam will be divided into SIX parts:
Part One: 5 map exercise question (5 points)
Part Two: 5 timeline questions (5 points)
Part Three: 10 true/false questions (10 points)
Part Four: 15 multiple choice questions (30 points)
Part Five: 5 identifications (20 points)
Part Six: Essay question (30 points)
Part One through Five will cover material since the second exam and Part Six consists of an
essay question which asks you to consider the entire period we have studied this semester. (The
essay question is at the end of this study guide.)
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Where on a world map are the main areas and geographical
features that we have discussed in class? Consider major empires, kingdoms, states,
countries, places where important conflicts/developments/movements took place, etc.
Be prepared to be able to identify some basic countries in Europe (for example
France, Britain, Germany, Poland, Austria, Soviet Union, etc), Central and South
America (think about the countries we discussed in class, such as Argentina and
Mexico), Africa (colonial regions and independent countries, such as Ghana, Congo,
South Africa), and the main areas we discussed in the Middle East (Turkey, Iran, Iraq,
Saudi Arabia, etc) and Asia (China and Japan).
Please note that these items are
examples and not a complete list.
go through your lecture notes and consider
that we discussed in class are on a world map. Use the blank world map provided
on eLearning as a study aid. (It might be a good idea to make several copies, so
that your map does not get too “crowded.”)
Sometimes, the map questions will require you to think in two steps.
I may ask you to identify the area that Germany invaded in 1939, which started