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World History Exam: MODERN WORLD (80s, 90s & TODAY), 45 Qs, Common Core Inspired

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This download includes the UNIT 10 EXAM described below...

Each exam is fully editable, and comes in a regular-font, 4-page format (two papers, front and back) as well as a condensed, 2-page format (one paper, front and back for easy printing and copying). Each exam features 45-50 multiple choice questions, including a series of common-core and smarter-balance-assessment inspired questions analyzing relevant primary sources. And of course, an answer key is provided for each exam as well. Enjoy!

Unit 1: The Western World (Rome, Greece, Democracy, philosophy, Middle Ages, Renaissance, and more). This includes 50 original multiple-choice questions, the last 5 of which focus on analyzing primary source excerpts from Plato's REPUBLIC, Machiavelli's THE PRINCE, and the English MAGNA CARTA. The final question calls for a written response comparing and contrasting these excerpts.

Unit 2: Enlightenment Revolutions (Locke, Voltaire, Rousseau, Glorious Revolution, American & French Revolution, Napoleon and more). This includes 50 original multiple-choice questions, the last 7 of which focus on analyzing primary source excerpts from the French Declaration of Independence, and a quote about Simon Bolivar. The final question calls for a written response comparing and contrasting these excerpts.

Unit 3: Industrial Revolution (Agricultural Revolution, England, Child Labor, steam power, inventions and more). This includes 45 original multiple-choice questions, the last 5 of which focus on analyzing primary source excerpts from Karl Marx's COMMUNIST MANIFESTO, Adam Smith's WEALTH OF NATIONS, and an excerpt on SOCIAL DARWINISM from William Graham Sumner. The final question calls for a written response comparing and contrasting the Marx and Smith excerpts.

Unit 4: Imperialism, Colonialism, Nationalism (world colonies, Open Door policy, direct rule, Gandhi, and more). This includes 45 original multiple-choice questions, the last of which focus on analyzing primary source excerpts from John Hay on OPEN DOOR POLICY, and a British officer's perspective on India. This final question calls for a written response comparing and contrasting these excerpts.

Unit 5: World War One (causes, Western Front, Trench Warfare, technology, leaders, death tolls and more). This includes 45 original multiple-choice questions, the last 4 of which focus on analyzing primary source excerpts from the THE TREATY OF VERSAILLES and Woodrow Wilson's FOURTEEN POINTS. The final question calls for a written response comparing and contrasting these excerpts.

Unit 6: Interwar Years (Russian Revolution, Lenin, Stalin, Rise of Nazism, Hitler, Rise of Fascism, Mussolini, and more). This includes 45 original multiple-choice questions, the last 5 of which focus on analyzing primary source excerpts from the Adolf Hitler's MEIN KAMPF, Joseph Stalin on INDUSTRIALIZATION, and Benito Mussolini on FASCISM. The final question calls for a written response comparing and contrasting these excerpts.

Unit 7: World War Two (causes, Axis Powers, European Theater, Pacific Theater, Pearl Harbor, and more). This includes 50 original multiple-choice questions, the last 5 of which focus on analyzing primary source excerpts from the Italy's War Declaration and FDR's Pearl Harbor "Infamy" Speech. The final question calls for a written response comparing and contrasting these excerpts.

Unit 8: Cold War Begins (40s - 50s) (Iron Curtain, Berlin Blockade, Nuclear Arms Race, Truman Doctrine, Korean War, and more). This includes 45 original multiple-choice questions, the last 5 of which focus on analyzing primary source excerpts from the Joseph Stalin and Winston Churchill (Iron Curtain Speech) regarding Cold War tensions. The final question calls for a written response comparing and contrasting these excerpts.

Unit 9: Cold War Heats Up (60s - 70s) (Cuban Revolution, Missile Crisis, Berlin Wall, Vietnam War, and more). This includes 45 original multiple-choice questions, the last 5 of which focus on analyzing primary source excerpts from the The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution and Ho Chi Minh. The final question calls for a written response comparing and contrasting these excerpts.

Unit 10: Modern World (80s, 90s and Beyond) (End of the Cold War, Revolutions of 1989, Rwanda, Israel, and more). This includes 45 original multiple-choice questions, the last 4 of which focus on analyzing primary source statistics on the medal counts in the 1980, 1984 and 2008 Summer Olympics. The final question calls for a written response comparing and contrasting these statistics.
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