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1 Bellringer What are three facts you have learned from Chapter 7? Put your Chapter 6 & 7 Notes in the tray Make sure everything is cleaned out of your Africa book and ready to trade-in tomorrow

2 Bellringer What is something you have learned from your Africa book? Get your Chapter 6 & 7 Notes in order, stapled, and name on them to turn in tomorrow before your test:  Chapter 6-1 (G.O.)  Chapter 7-1 (G. O.)  Chapter 7-2 (Fill in the Blank; 2 pages)

3 Chapter 6 & 7 Review

4 1. Why did the Ethiopian Christian Church develop in a unique way? A. Ethiopian Christians were isolated from other Christians B. Ethiopian Christians wanted to develop their own religion C. Ethiopians encouraged Christians to convent to Judaism D. Many Ethiopian Christians could not read Engish

5 2. The religions practiced by most Ethiopians today are A. Traditional African religions and Christianity B. Christianity and Islam C. Judaism and Christianity D. Buddhism and Islam

6 3. Because of Kenya’s geography and climate, the land there is suitable for A. Manufacturing B. Mining C. Farming D. Forestry

7 4. The former Ethiopian capital, Lalibela, is known for its A. Industries B. University C. Royal palace D. Underground stone churches

8 5. One important political change made by Tanzania’s new leaders was A. Forming a dictatorship B. Forming a monarchy C. Starting a one-party system D. Starting a multiparty system

9 6. Why did President Nyerere adopt Swahili as the national language for Tanzania? A. So the people would keep their traditions B. So the government wouldn’t be controlled by the military C. So the country’s ethnic groups would be united D. So the people would vote in every election

10 7. President Nyerere’s ujamaa program failed because many people A. Didn’t have enough water B. Refused to move to the new villages C. Refused to work on family homesteads D. Produced too many crops

11 8. One important change made by Tanzania's new leaders was A. Ending the foreign debt B. Adopting a new national language C. Ending ujamaa, which caused a lot of conflict D. Raising fewer cash crops

12 9. As Arabs took control of North and East Africa, some Ethiopians A. Adopted Islam B. Adopted Christianity C. Resisted the Arabs D. Took control of West Africa

13 10. In Kenyan villages, the women solve community problems by A. Attending schools B. Asking their extended families for help C. Forming self-help groups D. Asking the local government for help

14 11. Why do so many Kenyan women remain in the villages? A. To farm the land B. To attend colleges C. to work in factories D. to work in tourist hotels

15 12. How did apartheid laws affect South Africans? A. Everyone paid higher taxes B. White and black workers were united C. Racial discrimination became legal D. All South Africans could vote

16 13. What is one example of how harambee affects life in Kenya? A. People place little value on family B. People work together in villages to build schools C. People leave Kenya to live in other countries D. People refuse to help other villagers farm their land

17 14. After South Africa was unified, the white-led government passed laws that A. Permitted black people to own good land B. Kept land and wealth in white hands C. Improved the living conditions of black citizens D. Punished the British, French, and German settlers

18 15. Some of Congo’s most important natural resources include A. Water, natural gas, and sugar B. Copper, forests, and wildlife C. Sugar, wheat, and cocoa D. Forests, fruits, and vegetables

19 16. What happened after Congo’s economy collapsed? A. The government raised taxes B. The government cut spending C. The government spent more money on health services D. The government gave food to the poor people of the country

20 17. The Belgian rulers of Congo were mainly interested in the country’s A. Resources B. History C. Language D. Culture

21 18. Why did foreign companies help Mobutu take control of Congo? A. To educate the children B. To protect their businesses C. To provide medical care for the people D. To improve the transportation system

22 19. Under F. W. de Klerk, the South African government passed laws that ended A. Black ownership of some land B. Economic problems facing the country C. Higher taxes in many poor villages D. Legal discrimination on the basis of race

23 20. How did blacks in South Africa live under the apartheid system? A. They attended the same schools as whites B. They made economic advancements C. They had almost no rights at all D. They moved to cities and villages throughout the country

24 21. Who did South Africans elect as their new president after the end of apartheid? A. Mobutu Sese Seko B. Nelson Mandela C. F. W. de Klerk D. Nomfundo Mhlana

25 22. Why did the British battle with the Afrikaners over Afrikaner land in the late 1800s? A. Because diamonds and gold were discovered there B. Because the government collapsed C. Because black Africans asked the British for help D. Because copper was discovered there

26 23. Most of Congo’s wealth is produced by A. Farming B. Forestry C. Mining D. Manufacturing

27 24. Congo’s economy collapsed in the late 1970s because the price of copper A. Went up and down B. Increased C. Stayed the same D. Dropped sharply

28 25. Belgium ruled Congo in order to control the country’s A. Manufacturing B. Resources, including copper and diamonds C. Forestry and water D. Crops and wildlife

29 26. What did Mobutu do after he assumed power in Congo? A. Improved the educational system B. Held a general election C. Nationalized foreign-owned industries D. Established a multiparty political system

30 27. Which country was first to settle in South Africa? A. Dutch B. British C. French D. Germans

31 28. How many years did Nelson Mandela spend in jail? A. 1 year B. 17 years C. 5 years D. 28 years

32 29. What did other countries do to show their support against apartheid? A. Bought more goods from South Africa B. Stopped trading with South Africa C. Passed laws for apartheid D. Ignored the situation

33 Other Items to Know! Make sure to study the review questions at the end of each section Know the following locations of the African countries:  Kenya  South Africa  Egypt  Libya  Ethiopia

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