HISTORY109-FINALEXAMREVIEW

HISTORY109-FINALEXAM - FINAL EXAMINATION REVIEW What is included in the final exam Exam is not cumulative It includes lectures readings IDs video

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Unformatted text preview: FINAL EXAMINATION REVIEW What is included in the final exam Exam is not cumulative It includes: lectures, readings, IDs, video clips from the Mexican Revolution to Social Movements This means, from week VII to XIII This also means, Born in Blood and Fire , textbook, Chapters 7 to 10. What is included in the final exam This also means, Plan de Ayala by Emiliano Zapata Plan de San Luis de Potosi by Francisco Madero O’Connor and Garofalo, Section VI and VII which have been added online. There’s also a PowerPoint presentation with questions on this reading. Use it to review this section. What is included in the final exam Also included or of relevance is Born in Blood and Fire, Latin American Voices: Chapters 8 and 9 Youtube clips under external links: Eva Peron, The Disappeared (I, II, III) Tips on studying for the exam These tips might not work for everyone but: Review your lecture notes having with the PowerPoint presentations Try to connect your notes from lecture, the PowerPoint presentations, with readings in the Textbook. Tips on studying for the exam What I mean by that is uncover the connections between them: Example: Mexican Revolution Lecture Look at the subtitle: the end of Order and Progress, this end is addressed through description of government under Porfirio Diaz Tips for studying for the exam This is also tied in with chapter on Nationalism: which discusses a turn from exalting the foreign culturally, a predominance on foreign investment toward domestic/national interests (chapter. 7) The Mexican Revolution was the most important signal of that rupture from the age of “Order...
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2012 for the course HIST 109 taught by Professor Scardaville during the Fall '09 term at South Carolina.

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HISTORY109-FINALEXAM - FINAL EXAMINATION REVIEW What is included in the final exam Exam is not cumulative It includes lectures readings IDs video

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