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2 Created by Terri Street Copyright, 2000

3 1,000, , , ,000 64,000 32,000 16,000 8,000 4,000 2,000 1,

4 Click to return to question, Cont-P to switch to the pen, cross out two incorrect answers, then Cont-A to switch back to pointer.

5 Click to return to the question and poll the class

6 Click on link to Ask Jeeves, or click on this oval to return to question and ask a friend

7 A. Crusades C. Reformation B. spices D. Imperialism Churchs attempt to reclaim the Holy Land

8 Back to Board A. Crusades

9 A. Reformation C. Industrial Revolution B. Pax Romana D. Renaissance Change in the way things were produced

10 Back to Board C. Industrial Revolution

11 A. Reformation C. Revolution B. Renaissance D. Imperialism Rebirth of interest in art and education

12 Back to Board B. Renaissance

13 A. Labor Force C. Imperialism B. Employer D. Revolution Supply of workers

14 Back to Board A. Labor Force

15 A. Revolution C. Reformation B. Circumnavigate D. Imperialism Taking land and making it into colonies

16 Back to Board D. Imperialism

17 A. Da Vinci C. Catherine the Great B. Elizabeth I D. Luther Overthrew her own husband

18 Back to Board C. Catherine the Great

19 A. Navigation C. Renaissance B. Circumnavigate D. Reformation To sail around the world

20 Back to Board B. Circumnavigate

21 A. Ivan IV C. Alex II C. Alex II B. Peter the Great D. Catherine the Great D. Catherine the Great I freed the serfs

22 Back to Board C. Alex II

23 A. Alex III D. Nicholas II D. Nicholas II Last czar of the Romanov family C. Michael B. Ivan I

24 Back to Board D. Nicholas II

25 Czar who built St. Petersburg A. Ivan IV C. Catherine D. David B. Peter

26 Back to Board B. Peter

27 A. Napoleon I took control of France after the revolution C. Ivan II B. William I D. Louis XIV

28 Back to Board A. Napoleon

29 B. Shakespeare Famous writer who wrote Romeo and Juliet A. Da Vinci C. Defoe D. Blake

30 Back to Board B. Shakespeare

31 C. life improved for all C. life improved for all Which is NOT true of the Industrial Revolution? A. cities became dirty B. diseases spread rapidly D. smoke polluted the air

32 Back to Board C. Life improved for all

33 D. All of the above Which of the following is true of the French Revolution? A. Removed king from power C. Did not bring peace B. A republic was formed

34 Back to Board D. All of the above

35 A. helped spread Luthers ideas Which statement is true of the printing press? B. made printing more expensive D. 1st industry impacted by revolution C. helped spread Greek culture

36 A. Helped spread Luthers ideas

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