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WS6-CH.8 Test Review

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Why would a country have its membership in the British Commonwealth suspended? A country does not follow the shared ideals of the Commonwealth.
Who is the head of state in all countries that are part of the British Commonwealth? British monarch
Which of the following is an example of assimilation? indigenous people practicing Christianity and speaking English
What are two changes the British made in areas they colonized? culture and language
Why did most British colonies gain their independence after World War II? The British economy was so damaged during the war that Britain couldn’t afford the colonies any longer.
Many of the British colonies had what in common? The colonies were located along British trade routes.
What was one of the results of the French and Indian War? Canada became a part of the British Empire.
How is the British Commonwealth different from the European Union? The British Commonwealth focuses on diplomatic relationships, while the European Union is a free trade organization.
Constructed Response: How did the way the United States gained independence differ from the way Canada and Australia gained their independence? Student Response requirements: The student clearly explains how the United States had the Revolutionary War while Canada and Australia gained their independence peacefully. The student provides supporting details.
Constructed Response: What is the British Commonwealth? What are two benefits of being a member of the Commonwealth? Student Response requirements: The student clearly explains what the British Commonwealth is and provides at least two ways countries benefit from being a part of the Commonwealth.
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