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GSE WS6 CH.4 Review

GSE WS6 CH.4 Quiz Review

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Which of the following letters represents France? see map
Which of the following letters represents Great Britain? see map
Which of the following numbers represents the Mediterranean Sea? see map
Which of the following numbers represents Alps? see map
Which of the following numbers represents the English Channel? see map
Read in the information in the box below and answer the following question: • The European Union records all its business in twenty-three languages. • Laws have been written to protect languages spoken by only a few people. • School children in Europe learn more than one language. What do these statements show about Europeans? Europeans understand the benefits of knowing more than one language.
What languages are from the language of the ancient Roman Empire? French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese
What is monotheism? belief in one God
How are Judaism, Christianity, and Islam similar? They each worship only one god.
What are empires? Acountries that rule a number of territories
What is nationalism? love for one’s country
What was the goal of France in the Treaty of Versailles? make sure Germany did not invade France again
Which of the following was an EFFECT of the worldwide depression following World War I? Farmers lost their land, banks closed, businesses closed and people lost their jobs.
Who was the leader of the Nazi Party in Germany? Adolf Hitler
What happened to people who spoke out against Hitler in Germany? Some were put in prison; others were murdered.
What was the Holocaust? systematic murder of Jews and other groups
Which of the following statements BEST describes the Cold War? period of time when there was fear of threats especially between Russia and the United States about nuclear weapons
Which of the following occurred first and marked the end of the Cold War? destruction of the Berlin Wall
What is the currency of the European Union called? euro
The European Union was created to make Europe more competitive in world markets
Constructed Response: Answer the following question with a short paragraph: What are the three largest language groups in Europe? What challenges do the many different languages spoken in Europe present? How do the people of Europe deal with the challenges? Student Response requirements: The student lists the three main language groups of Europe (Germanic, Slavic, and Romance) and discusses the difficulties people in Europe have with communicating and how they have worked to make communication easier.
Constructed Response: Answer the following question with a short paragraph: After World War I, there were many problems in Europe including the Treaty of Versailles, the rise of Nazism, and the worldwide depression. Explain what each event was and why it is important in European history. Student Response requirements: The student explains what all three of the events (Treaty of Versailles, rise of Nazism, and the worldwide depression) were and how they impacted European history.
Created by: jpkelley