This test is composed of 50 past Regents multiple choice questions covering units 26-30 of my Global History curriculum. It is an outstanding benchmark to determine if your students have mastered units 26-30 of the Global History curriculum, because...
The test has a variety of questions, including maps, cartoons, graphs, reading passages, images, and more and the questions are jumbled and out of chronological order, in order to increase the test's difficulty.
Units covers on this test are Unit 26 (The Meiji Restoration), Unit 27 (World War I), Unit 28 (The Russian Revolution), Unit 29 (Between World War I & World War II) and Unit 30 (The Rise of Fascism)
This quiz also covers, but is not limited to, the following sub-topics: the Tokugawa Shogunate, Commodore Matthew Perry, Westernization, Industrialization, Modernization, Imperialism, Natural Resources, Cultural Diffusion, Franz Ferdinand, Nationalism, Militarism, the Ottoman Empire, Austro-Hungarian Empire, Russian Empire, Treaty of Versailles, Vladimir Lenin, Joseph Stalin, Command Economy, Totalitarianism, the USSR (Soviet Union), Czar Nicholas II, Bloody Sunday, Women's Suffrage, New Nations in Europe, Yugoslavia, League of Nations, Pan-Arabism, Zionism, Balfour Declaration, Sun Yat-Sen, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, Mohandas Gandhi, Civil Disobedience, Nonviolence, the Amritsar Massacre, Independence Act of 1947, Pakistan and Bangladesh, Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Emperor Hirohito, Propaganda, Japan ...and much more!
I use this exam as a "final" assignment at the conclusion of the 10th grade fall semester, therefore it would be administered sometime in January most likely. This exam can also be used as a take-home homework assignment, or as an extra-credit assignment.