c6 - CHAPTER STUDY GUIDES Each of the following study...

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CHAPTER STUDY GUIDES Each of the following study guides is designed to show you the key vocabulary, people, places, events, and concepts found in each of the chapters in Noble and in the lectures. Although the list may seem intimidating, you will probably find that you already know at least some of the terms, if not some of the people and places, too. As you go through a chapter, look for these names or concepts and use this list to give yourself a sense of what's important in the reading. If you just use the index and glossary to find these terms, you might get the name and date, but you won't know why they matter, which is the most important point. Note, too, that some of these people and events will appear in several chapters, and you are responsible for knowing the information from all these chapters. Many of these figures will also be mentioned in lectures, although lectures will focus MUCH more on their significance than on the type of data you can get in the textbook. Some students in the past have found it useful to have the study guide next to them during lectures and have marked in their notes when I've raised a topic that's on the study guide. These IDs will also be the basis for your quizzes and exams, so you should save these
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2011 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Wormer during the Fall '08 term at South Carolina.

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c6 - CHAPTER STUDY GUIDES Each of the following study...

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