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World Civilizations 2 First Test Study Guide Multiple-Choice Questions The first part of the test will consist of 15 multiple-choice questions. Each question will be worth 4 points, for a total of 60 points. No partial points will be given –a correct answer will be 4 points, an incorrect answer will be 0. Students should choose the best answer based on the information given in the text and classroom materials (lectures, slides, outlines, films etc.) Students should be able to answers questions about the following: Chapter 17: Christopher Columbus, Henry VIII, Philip II, Cervantes, Shakespeare Chapter 18: conquistadores, Columbian exchange, Occidental (transatlantic) slave trade Chapter 19: Ming Dynasty, Qing Dynasty, Tokugawa Period, Choson (Yi) Dynasty Chapter 20: Glorious Revolution, Louis XIV, Peter the Great Essay Questions The second part of the test will consist of one essay question. Students will choose one of three possible questions and answer it in a full essay. Each essay question
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  • Spring '10
  • FOGEL
  • Essay Question, Protestant Reformation, extra credit question, Possible Question Topics, Guide Multiple-Choice Questions

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