Thirty-four multiple choice questions all based on assessing fact vs. opinion, cause vs. effect and outlines. These questions are aligned to the New York State Regents Exam for Global History, but they can be used in any social studies curriculum. The repetitive nature of the questions, as well as the specific ordering of them, is meant to help students develop confidence answering multiple choice questions based on fact vs. opinion, cause vs. effect and outlines.
This quiz is part of my global history skills series.
Skill 1 = Maps (8 quizzes covering 40 units)
Skill 2 = Political Cartoons/Artifacts (4 quizzes covering 40 units)
Skill 3 = Timelines/Charts/Graphs (4 quizzes covering 40 units)
Skill 4 = Speaker Perspectives/Themes (5 quizzes covering 40 units)
Skill 5 = Fact/Opinion/Cause/Effect/Outlines (4 quizzes covering 40 units)
Skill 6 = Drawing Conclusions/Generalizations (4 quizzes covering 40 units)
These fact vs. opinion, cause vs. effect and outline questions relate to Units 1-10 of my reading and study guides for global history, available in my store. The topics covered by these questions include:
Unit 1 (Social Sciences), Unit 2 (Neolithic Revolution), Unit 3 (River Valley Civilizations), Unit 4 (Ancient India), Unit 5 (Ancient China), Unit 6 (Ancient Greece and Rome), Unit 7 (Byzantine Empire), Unit 8 (Islam & the Ottoman Empire), Unit 9 (The Middle Ages) and Unit 10 (Ancient Africa)
Many of the following sub-topics are also covered: Geography, Adaptation, Traditional Society/Economy, Migration, Animism, Hammurabi's Code, Egypt, Mesopotamia, Judaism, Monsoons, Caste System, Buddhism, Hinduism, Cultural Diffusion, Silk Road, Confucianism, Daoism, Democracy, Alexander the Great, Hellenistic Culture, Athens/Sparta, Mediterranean Sea, Roman Republic, the Phoenicians, Christianity, Early Russia, Emperor Justinian, Cyrillic Alphabet, Constantinople, Muhammad, Golden Age and Pillars of Islam, the Crusades, Manorialism, Feudalism, Mansa Musa, Timbuktu and the Sahara Desert