2 world history exams for a year long course. First semester exam includes 66 multiple choice questions covering subjects: ancient civilizations, world religions, characteristics of civilizations, crusades, exploration. Second semester includes 88
This activity provides students with a population pyramid for China and several questions about the graph. The handout also includes data and a blank graph for students to create their own population pyramid for Japan. The exercise concludes with
50 question Geography test. Includes questions about: map types, modifications, climate regions, map projections, longitude and latitude, US Geography, reading comprehension, cultural diffusion. Also includes teacher's answer key.
Activity requires students to use their textbook to locate different types of maps and answer questions about the characteristics and features of the maps. This activity can be used with any geography textbook or atlas. Or can be used to encourage
This project requires students to create a book based on the quote: "Africa is a diverse continent with many unique and diverse cultures."
The handout includes basic parameters for the project and a detailed rubric for evaluation.
41 multiple choice questions about revolutions. Includes political cartoons, images, charts for interpretation. Also includes 3 optional essay questions.
Scientific revolution, English revolution, American revolution, Industrial revolution, French
Students are asked geographic questions about the Indus River Valley and how it compares to Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia. Students are then asked to draw a layout for a civilization based on this knowledge.
Students create a flyer for a business which provides a service necessary to Ancient Egypt. Could relate to: culture, economics, geography, or political structure of civilization. Possible subjects include: cosmetics, tombs, mummification, Nile boat
12 questions about the French Revolution. Includes 3 sections: one asks students to place 4 events in chronological order, one aks students to match the quote with the author, and the third asks students to match the description to the group of
Students identify 12 concepts related to imperialism in India. Worksheet provides descriptions of the terms and students select the correct word from a word bank.
Includes answer key for teachers.
India, imperialism, colonialism, British empire