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Midterm Study Guide - History 1301 Midterm 30 of final...

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History 1301 Midterm, 30% of final grade Tuesday, Oct. 7 Study Guide Format: Your exam will consist of two sections: I. Identifications II. Essay   The first will ask you to identify 4 of the terms I list from the list of terms on the  powerpoint outlines (see WebCT for powerpoints).   Section I:  Identifications.  40 points total Each ID (you do four) is worth 10 points For full credit, each answer should contain three elements: a factual identification  of the person or organization, or explanation of the  meaning of a concept  ( 4point) a placement of it in time and historical context   (3point)  I need to see a at least a  rough span of dates: ex. 1620s; “late 16 th  century” doesn’t count if answer  demands more specificity. an explanation of its historical significance  (3points) ***Write in full sentences example:  World Trade Center Attack 3 of 10 total points: “When terrorists attacked two big buildings in New York.” Explanation:  only provides basic information, nothing on context or significance;  and it is not a full sentence. 5 of 10 total points: “The attack took place shortly after the turn of the century, when terrorists apparently 
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