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Unformatted text preview: rm a tio n a nd a s king yo u to fill in th e b la nks . T h is is d o n e b y e lim in a tin g a p a rt o f a s c h e m a tic d ia g ra m a n d th e n a s kin g yo u to c o m p le te th e p u zzle fro m th e o p tio ns g ive n . It can also be that the examiners link three events or theories or actions and leave a fourth action blank a n d a s k yo u wh ic h o p tio n will b e s t fit with th e o th e r th re e . Another similar technique is to have three or four related terms shown and asking you to determine the common factor or characteristic. The use of a box divided into quadrants is quite frequently used and is intended to have you determine where a theory or an action fits which quadrant. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5 6. Sometimes the examiners include false information or a portion of the diagram that does not fit with the other parts. Their intent is to have you determine common characteristics and eliminate the one the lacks this common quality. This device is often used with leaders and their policies and their actions. Schematics that do not have missing pieces are used to determine your understanding of the workings...
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2013 for the course WORLD HIST world hist taught by Professor Matthewmaccmillan during the Spring '08 term at Central High School, Bolivar.

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