(From the French Revolution to the Fall of the Soviet Union)
One of the most important to me as a teacher is to demonstrate how each of the common units we cover throughout the year have a continuity that students can see.
This handout, given at the end of the semester of a world history course. I allow students to try their best to fill in the blanks. We then read aloud (choral reading) or I chose a person to read and I fill in the correct answers.
It is a great way for students to quickly move through the curriculum and refer to the material and vocabulary terms.
I have included a 80 question multiple-choice (with answer key) 80 multiple choice question test (with answer) key follows a fun activity review.
Topics and questions cover:
The French Revolution
The Latin American Revolutions
The Industrial Revolution
World War I
Between the Wars
World War II
The Cold War
The Fall of the Soviet Union
Questions contain primary source excerpts, charts, graphs, etc.