Twenty-three multiple choice questions all based on using timelines, charts and graphs. 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 timelines, charts and graphs.
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 timelines, charts and graphs relate to Units 11-20 of my reading and study guides for global history, available in my store. The topics covered by these questions include:
Unit 11 (Tang, Song & Ming Dynasties), Unit 12 (The Mongol Empire), Unit 13 (Ancient Japan), Unit 14 (Mesoamerican Civilizations), Unit 15 (Global Trade in the Middle Ages), Unit 16 (The Commercial Revolution & the Renaissance), Unit 17 (The Protestant Reformation), Unit 18 (The Age of Exploration & the Spanish Empire), Unit 19 (Mercantilism & the Triangular Trade) and Unit 20 (Age of Absolutism & the England's Limited Monarchy)
Many of the following sub-topics are also covered:: Zheng He, Marco Polo, Ibn Battuta, Genghis Khan, Pax Mongolia, Shinto, Korea, China, Japan, Feudalism, Isolationism, Tokugawa Shogunate, Mayans, Aztecs, Incas, Terrace Farming, Pre-Columbian cultures, South America, Andes Mountains, Bubonic Plague, Black Death, Mediterranean Sea, Italy, Hanseatic League, Mediterranean Sea, Banking, Insurance, Humanism, Machiavelli, Greco-Roman Culture, Martin Luther, Indulgences, the Counter Reformation, Henry VII, John Calvin, the Printing Press, Columbian Exchange, Atlantic Slave Trade, Colonies, Centralized Power, Divine Right, Limited Monarchy, Magna Carta, the Glorious Revolution