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1 YOU WILL ALL PASS, I KNOW IT!!!

2 LETS THINK TOGETHER *** CONNECTION TO THE FINAL EXAM HOW DO YOU ANSWER A QUESTION ON THE FINAL EXAM, WHAT IS THE FIRST THING YOU SHOULD DO TO ENSURE YOU GET THE QUESTION CORRECT ??? TAKE CONTROL OF THE WHITEBOARD….

3 Based on the map of Europe following World War II, how did the nations shaded in red differ from nations shaded in blue? 1. Communist governments were established in the areas in red, while the countries in the blue held free elections. 2. Communist governments were established in the blue regions of Europe, while the regions in red were democratic. 3. The United States had a greater influence on the area highlighted in red than on the area in blue. 4. The area in red had a higher standard of living than the area in blue.

4 Based on the map of Europe following World War II, how did the nations shaded in red differ from nations shaded in blue? - What can we understand about the map? - What are the color differences?

5 Based on the map of Europe following World War II, how did the nations shaded in red differ from nations shaded in blue? 1. Communist governments were established in the areas in red, while the countries in the blue held free elections. 2. Communist governments were established in the blue regions of Europe, while the regions in red were democratic. 3. The United States had a greater influence on the area highlighted in red than on the area in blue. 4. The area in red had a higher standard of living than the area in blue. WHAT IS THE ANSWER

6 Based on the map of Europe following World War II, how did the nations shaded in red differ from nations shaded in blue? 1. Communist governments were established in the areas in red, while the countries in the blue held free elections. 2. Communist governments were established in the blue regions of Europe, while the regions in red were democratic. 3. The United States had a greater influence on the area highlighted in red than on the area in blue. 4. The area in red had a higher standard of living than the area in blue.

7 LETS TRY ANOTHER ONE… REMEMBER 1. READ QUESTION 2. TAKE APART WHAT IT IS ASKING YOU 3. DEFINE ANY WORDS YOU DONT KNOW 4. ELIMINATE ANY WRONG ANSWERS 5. PICK YOUR BEST ANSWER!!! HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT TRYING THE NEXT ONE???

8 From this map you determine that 1. Soviet influences spread across Eastern Europe sharply during and after World War II 2. the number of Soviet satellite states decreased significantly right after World War II 3. after World War II, the territories of Germany were controlled by the Soviet Union 4. Germany and the Soviet Union shared territories across Europe after World War II

9 From this map you determine that - What is the key showing you? - What are the different shades representing?

10 From this map you determine that 1. Soviet influences spread across Eastern Europe sharply during and after World War II 2. the number of Soviet satellite states decreased significantly right after World War II 3. after World War II, the territories of Germany were controlled by the Soviet Union 4. Germany and the Soviet Union shared territories across Europe after World War II WHAT IS THE ANSWER

11 From this map you determine that 1. Soviet influences spread across Eastern Europe sharply during and after World War II 2. the number of Soviet satellite states decreased significantly right after World War II 3. after World War II, the territories of Germany were controlled by the Soviet Union 4. Germany and the Soviet Union shared territories across Europe after World War II

12 LETS TRY ANOTHER ONE… REMEMBER 1. READ QUESTION 2. TAKE APART WHAT IT IS ASKING YOU 3. DEFINE ANY WORDS YOU DONT KNOW 4. ELIMINATE ANY WRONG ANSWERS 5. PICK YOUR BEST ANSWER!!! HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT TRYING THE NEXT ONE???

13 How might a communist propaganda poster in the Soviet Union differ? 1. A Soviet propaganda poster might show class struggle and economic inequalities. 2. Propaganda posters in the Soviet Union may show the benefits of capitalism. 3. A Soviet propaganda poster might be similar to the poster shown above. 4. Propaganda posters from the Soviet Union may esteem the American way of life.

14 How might a communist propaganda poster in the Soviet Union differ? - Define communist - Define propaganda - Describe life in Soviet Union

15 How might a communist propaganda poster in the Soviet Union differ? 1. A Soviet propaganda poster might show class struggle and economic inequalities. 2. Propaganda posters in the Soviet Union may show the benefits of capitalism. 3. A Soviet propaganda poster might be similar to the poster shown above. 4. Propaganda posters from the Soviet Union may esteem the American way of life.

16 How might a communist propaganda poster in the Soviet Union differ? 1. A Soviet propaganda poster might show class struggle and economic inequalities. 2. Propaganda posters in the Soviet Union may show the benefits of capitalism. 3. A Soviet propaganda poster might be similar to the poster shown above. 4. Propaganda posters from the Soviet Union may esteem the American way of life.

17 USE THE POLLING OPTION 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D

18 Which of the following nations were among members of NATO during the Cold War? 1. Soviet Union and West Germany 2. West Germany and Poland 3. West Germany and the United States 4. France and East Germany

19 Which of the following nations were among members of NATO during the Cold War? 1. Soviet Union and West Germany 2. West Germany and Poland 3. West Germany and the United States 4. France and East Germany

20 Why did Cuba partner with the Soviet Union during the Cuban Missile Crisis? 1. The partnership was in part a response to failed attempts of the Bay of Pigs Invasion to overthrow Cuba's communist government. 2. Cuba desired to build a more friendly relationship with the United States since it was a Cold War super power that was geographically near to Cuba. 3. The Cuban government believed it could open up trade and tourism and build the economy with support from other communist nations. 4. The Soviet Union pursued an imperialistic relationship with Cuba in which the Soviets would rule and provide protection to a colonized Cuba.

21 Why did Cuba partner with the Soviet Union during the Cuban Missile Crisis? 1. The partnership was in part a response to failed attempts of the Bay of Pigs Invasion to overthrow Cuba's communist government. 2. Cuba desired to build a more friendly relationship with the United States since it was a Cold War super power that was geographically near to Cuba. 3. The Cuban government believed it could open up trade and tourism and build the economy with support from other communist nations. 4. The Soviet Union pursued an imperialistic relationship with Cuba in which the Soviets would rule and provide protection to a colonized Cuba.

22 A result of Papa Doc Duvalier's rule in Haiti was 1. Haitians fleeing the island 2. an expansion of civil rights 3. a strengthening of ties with the United States 4. the signing of a peace treaty with Cuba

23 A result of Papa Doc Duvalier's rule in Haiti was 1. Haitians fleeing the island 2. an expansion of civil rights 3. a strengthening of ties with the United States 4. the signing of a peace treaty with Cuba

24 The primary goal of the Chinese Cultural Revolution of the 1960s was to 1. promote Chinese scientific education 2. introduce more democratic economic policies 3. eliminate the opposition to Mao Zedong 4. strengthen ties with the Soviets

25 The primary goal of the Chinese Cultural Revolution of the 1960s was to 1. promote Chinese scientific education 2. introduce more democratic economic policies 3. eliminate the opposition to Mao Zedong 4. strengthen ties with the Soviets

26 A chief criticism of the U.S. involvement in Israel by Palestinians is that the U.S. 1. provides humanitarian relief in the region 2. supplies Israel with weapons and money 3. is unwilling to broker peace talks in the region 4. provides aid to neighboring Egypt

27 A chief criticism of the U.S. involvement in Israel by Palestinians is that the U.S. 1. provides humanitarian relief in the region 2. supplies Israel with weapons and money 3. is unwilling to broker peace talks in the region 4. provides aid to neighboring Egypt

28 Why did Egypt's president Nasser seize the Suez Canal in 1956? 1. Egyptian officials determined the canal was dangerous and in dire need of repair. 2. The act was to support an American and British financing decision on the Aswan High Dam. 3. It was a nationalistic and retaliatory move to bring control of the canal under Egypt's command. 4. The canal was seized to negotiate better trading relations with Britain, France, and the United States.

29 Why did Egypt's president Nasser seize the Suez Canal in 1956? 1. Egyptian officials determined the canal was dangerous and in dire need of repair. 2. The act was to support an American and British financing decision on the Aswan High Dam. 3. It was a nationalistic and retaliatory move to bring control of the canal under Egypt's command. 4. The canal was seized to negotiate better trading relations with Britain, France, and the United States.

30 A criticism of the American suburbs in the post-World War II era was 1. that houses were far too expensive 2. that they lacked racial diversity 3. that they raised the issue of health concerns 4. that the divorce rate soared in the suburbs

31 A criticism of the American suburbs in the post-World War II era was 1. that houses were far too expensive 2. that they lacked racial diversity 3. that they raised the issue of health concerns 4. that the divorce rate soared in the suburbs

32 Cultural diffusion was most advanced by 1. necessary improvements in medical technology 2. post-World War II occupation and education reform 3. nation rebuilding and multi-national organizations 4. the contact of business people with foreign cultures

33 Cultural diffusion was most advanced by 1. necessary improvements in medical technology 2. post-World War II occupation and education reform 3. nation rebuilding and multi-national organizations 4. the contact of business people with foreign cultures

34 Who would be most likely to contest NAFTA? 1. a U.S. labor union leader 2. a Mexican factory worker 3. a Canadian working in the oil industry 4. a Mexican politician

35 Who would be most likely to contest NAFTA? 1. a U.S. labor union leader 2. a Mexican factory worker 3. a Canadian working in the oil industry 4. a Mexican politician

36 Use the quote below from the U.S. Special Envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan, Mark Grossman, to answer the following question: "…we also need to have a clear statement by the Afghan Taliban against international terrorism and in support of the peace process to end the armed conflict in Afghanistan."U.S. Special Envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan, Mark Grossman Consider the statement above made by U.S. special envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan, Marc Grossman. Which of the following would be best supported by this statement? 1. There is an expectation that peace talks must include agreements that the Afghan Taliban will no longer support or participate in acts of international terrorism. 2. There is an expectation that the Taliban will not return to Afghanistan in any type of law-making or governing capacity. 3. There is an expectation that new rights and freedoms women gained since the fall of the Taliban in Afghanistan will be permanent. 4. There is an expectation that laws that undermine basic human rights will be replaced by new laws that protect the natural rights of all citizens.

37 Use the quote below from the U.S. Special Envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan, Mark Grossman, to answer the following question: "…we also need to have a clear statement by the Afghan Taliban against international terrorism and in support of the peace process to end the armed conflict in Afghanistan."U.S. Special Envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan, Mark Grossman Consider the statement above made by U.S. special envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan, Marc Grossman. Which of the following would be best supported by this statement? 1. There is an expectation that peace talks must include agreements that the Afghan Taliban will no longer support or participate in acts of international terrorism. 2. There is an expectation that the Taliban will not return to Afghanistan in any type of law-making or governing capacity. 3. There is an expectation that new rights and freedoms women gained since the fall of the Taliban in Afghanistan will be permanent. 4. There is an expectation that laws that undermine basic human rights will be replaced by new laws that protect the natural rights of all citizens.

38 The organization that claimed to be behind the 9/11 terrorist attacks was Al-Qaeda. What effect did this have on the U.S. response to 9/11? 1. It caused the U.S. to invade Iraq within months of the attack. 2. It caused the U.S. to invade Afghanistan within months of the attack. 3. It caused the U.S. to invade Pakistan within months of the attack. 4. It caused the U.S. to invade Iran within months of the attack.

39 The organization that claimed to be behind the 9/11 terrorist attacks was Al-Qaeda. What effect did this have on the U.S. response to 9/11? 1. It caused the U.S. to invade Iraq within months of the attack. 2. It caused the U.S. to invade Afghanistan within months of the attack. 3. It caused the U.S. to invade Pakistan within months of the attack. 4. It caused the U.S. to invade Iran within months of the attack.

40 How might suicide bombings be related to religious fundamentalism? 1. Suicide bombings have no significant ties to religious fundamentalism. 2. Suicide bombers primarily target religious institutions. 3. Religious fundamentalists believe suicide is the only way to heaven. 4. Suicide bombers may believe they are fulfilling a sacred duty.

41 How might suicide bombings be related to religious fundamentalism? 1. Suicide bombings have no significant ties to religious fundamentalism. 2. Suicide bombers primarily target religious institutions. 3. Religious fundamentalists believe suicide is the only way to heaven. 4. Suicide bombers may believe they are fulfilling a sacred duty.

42 Mikhail Gorbachev's "perestroika" called for 1. the U.S. disarmament of nuclear weapons 2. "openness" in political and economic affairs 3. economic and political restructuring 4. tighter governmental controls in the Soviet Union

43 Mikhail Gorbachev's "perestroika" called for 1. the U.S. disarmament of nuclear weapons 2. "openness" in political and economic affairs 3. economic and political restructuring 4. tighter governmental controls in the Soviet Union

44 Mikhail Gorbachev's "glasnost" called for 1. the Soviet Union to create more nuclear missiles 2. openness in political and economic affairs 3. economic and political restructuring 4. trade reforms with existing trade partners

45 Mikhail Gorbachev's "glasnost" called for Choice 1 the Soviet Union to create more nuclear missiles Choice 2 openness in political and economic affairs Choice 3 economic and political restructuring Choice 4 trade reforms with existing trade partners

46 Why was Gandhi's Salt March so significant in the struggle for India's independence? 1. It led to peaceful negotiations between India and Britain. 2. It united Indians under a common struggle against the British. 3. The British responded favorably to the peaceful protests. 4. India gained quick control of salt production and trade.

47 Why was Gandhi's Salt March so significant in the struggle for India's independence? 1. It led to peaceful negotiations between India and Britain. 2. It united Indians under a common struggle against the British. 3. The British responded favorably to the peaceful protests. 4. India gained quick control of salt production and trade.

48 What is the primary purpose of a trading bloc such as the European Union? 1. to foster political and social unity 2. to lower manufacturing costs 3. to reduce or eliminate tariffs 4. to create free market economies

49 What is the primary purpose of a trading bloc such as the European Union? 1. to foster political and social unity 2. to lower manufacturing costs 3. to reduce or eliminate tariffs 4. to create free market economies


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