HIST+1112.studyguide+for+exam+I++spring+2008 - HIST 1112...

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HIST 1112, Spring 2007 Study Guide for Exam I The exam will be divided into five parts: Part I: 10 map exercise question (10 points) Part II: 5 timeline questions (10 points) Part III: 10 true/false questions (10 points) Part IV: 25 multiple choice questions (50 points) Part V: 5 identifications (20 points). If you are confused about the questions here or about the format of the exam or need help PLEASE DON’T HESITATE TO CONTACT ME! [email protected] or through eLearning. I. MAP EXERCISE: 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. For example , since we have focused primarily on Europe so far, you should be able to place the major states on the European map, such as Spain, Portugal, France, England, Germany. We also discussed the European voyages of discovery. Where did these first voyagers go? What peoples did they encounter? (Ex. Africa, India, Aztecs, Incas, etc.) Study Suggestion: go through your lecture notes and consider where the places that we discussed in class are on a world map. Use the blank world map provided in class as a study aid. (It might be a good idea to make several copies, so that your map does not get too “crowded.”) Please note: Sometimes, the map questions will require you to think in two steps. I may ask you to identify the area on the map where the Inca ruled. You would therefore have to figure out who the Inca were (a South American civilization which was centered in the Andes mountains in modern day Peru) in order to know
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2008 for the course HIST 1112 taught by Professor Rickmann during the Spring '08 term at Gainesville State.

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