Monday, May 25, 2015

GLobal II: Homework Due Dates 5/27 - 6/3/15


Global H & G II                                                                                                          5/27 – 6/3/15


Homework Assignments


All assignments are due by the date listed in the “date due” column. 


 


All assignments are due by the date listed in the “date due” column.  Use your time wisely – do not wait until the night before to do all of your homework!  Take advantage of “light homework nights” to do another assignment that is due later in the week. 


 


Please see me in advance if you have any problems with any assignment.   The following heading must be used on all assignments to gain credit for your work:


 

YOUR NAME                                                                                  SUBJECT

ASSIGNMENT TITLE (on each assignment)                                     CLASS PERIOD

You must write out all questions AND answer in complete sentences for work to be accepted!

All work to be complete on “loose-leaf” or notebook paper!

Typed work will not be accepted!

OBJECTIVE

ASSIGNMENT TITLE

DATE DUE
Content Review
Conflict Group 1 Questions
Wed., 5/27
Content Review
Conflict Group 2 Questions
Thursday, 5/28

Content Review

Conflict Group 3 Questions
Friday, 5/29

Content Review

Human Rights Violations Group 1 Questions
Human Rights Violations Group 2 Questions
Important Documents Group 1 Questions
Monday, 6/1

Content Review

Important People in Nationalism Group 1 Questions
Important People in Cultural & Intellectual Life Group 1 Questions
Important People Group 1 Questions
Tuesday, 6/2

Content Review

Organizations & Ideas Group 1 Questions
Organizations & Ideas Group 2 Questions
Wed., 6/3

 

REMEMBER:

Study Flash Cards for 30-60 minutes per night

 

This is REVIEW!  If you can't find the information necessary on the page numbers provided in the Prentice Hall review book provided you need to do one of the following: use your prior knowledge (it is likely you already know the answer), go to your 9th grade notes, 10th grade notes, the Internet, review materials from class, Quizlet.com, Regentsprep.org, or a different review book.  Not answering a question is unacceptable since this information has all been covered at some point in the last two years.

 

INCOMPLETE WORK WILL EARN A GRADE OF ZERO FOR THE ENTIRE ASSIGNMENT.  I have provided page numbers whenever possible.  Work that shows little to no effort will not earn any credit.  Work not in proper format will not earn credit.  Do your work, take care to do it properly, and help yourself work toward a successful Regents score!

 

There is no such thing as “late work” during Regents Review.  Turn it in by the date due or lose all credit on that assignment.  You are out of time for excuses!!!!!!

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·         Page numbers are provided for a general idea of where to find the answers to questions.

·         "NIB" means "not in book" - you must use one of the methods listed above to get the answer.

Global II: Groups & Organizations Review Questions


REMINDER: “NIB” Means “not it review book.”  You have flash cards, the internet, your prior knowledge, this year’s notes, last year’s notes…so leaving anything blank or putting an answer that shows zero effort are the same to me…and anything blank = no credit for the assignment.

 

REVIEW means remember or reminder, it is NOT reteach or relearn!!  If you slack off now you have NO SHOT at passing the Regents or the course, so make your decisions carefully.

 

THESE PAGES LIKELY DON’T MATCH UP – USE YOUR FLASH CARDS, NOTES, & INDEX IN THE REVIEW BOOK!

 

ORGANIZATIONS & IDEAS GROUP 1:

1.   What are the goals of the UN? (p. 464)

2.   What does OPEC stand for? (p. 23)

3.   Why was OPEC formed? (pp. 23-4)

4.   What does OAS stand for? (p. 556)

5.   What are the goals of the OAS? (p. 556)

6.   What does OAU stand for? (p. 539)

7.   What are the goals of the OAU? (p. 539)

8.   What does IRA stand for? (p. 470)

9.   What is the goal of the IRA? (p. 470)

10.               What does PLO stand for? (p. 495)

11.               What is the goal of the PLO? (p. 495)

12.               What does ANC stand for? (p. 540)

13.               Where was the ANC an organization? (p. 540)

14.               What were the goals of the ANC? (p. 540)

15.               What does EEC stand for? (p. 177)

16.               What does EU stand for? (p. 177)

17.               What are the goals of the EU? (pp. 177-8)

18.               What happened to the EU in 2002? (p. 178)

19.               What does CIS stand for? (p. 191)

20.               How is the CIS related to the former USSR? (p. 191)

 

ORGANIZATIONS & IDEAS GROUP 2:

1.   What does NAFTA stand for? (p. 156)

2.   What is the goal of NAFTA? (p. 156)

3.   What does IMF stand for? (p. 545)

4.   What is the purpose of the IMF? (p. 545)

5.   What does ASEAN stand for? (p. 85)

6.   What is the goal of ASEAN? (p. 85)

7.   What does NATO stand for? (p. 466)

8.   What are the goals of NATO? (pp. 466-7 & p. 474)

9.   What was the Warsaw Pact? (p. 474)

10.               What was the purpose of the League of Nations? (p. 434)

11.               Why was the League of Nations considered “weak?” (p. 434)

12.               What does NEP stand for? (p. 442)

13.               What was the purpose of the NEP? (p. 442)

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Global II: Important Documents Review Questions


Global II: Important Documents Review Questions

 

REMINDER: “NIB” Means “not it review book.”  You have flash cards, the internet, your prior knowledge, this year’s notes, last year’s notes…so leaving anything blank or putting an answer that shows zero effort are the same to me…and anything blank = no credit for the assignment.

 

 

 

REVIEW means remember or reminder, it is NOT reteach or relearn!!  If you slack off now you have NO SHOT at passing the Regents or the course, so make your decisions carefully.

Important Documents Review Questions

 

IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS GROUP 1:

1.    Why was the Law of the Twelve Tables important? (p. 16)

2.    Why was the Magna Carta important? (pp. 91 & 145)

3.    How did the Ninety-Five Theses help start the Reformation? (p. 88)

4.    Who wrote Two Treatises on Civil Government? (NIB)

5.    What ideas were involved in Two Treatises on Civil Government? (NIB, but p. 142)

6.    How did the English Bill of Rights affect the British Government? (p. 130)

7.    Who wrote The Spirit of the Laws? (NIB)

8.    What are the main ideas in The Spirit of the Laws? (pp. 142 & 145)

9.    Why was the Napoleonic Code the fundamental law of France? (p. 149)

10.                       Why is Theodore Herzl important? (p. 160)

11.                       How did the Balfour Declaration encourage Jewish immigration to Palestine? (NIB)

12.                       Why is The Communist Manifesto considered the “bible” of communism? (p. 167)

13.                       Why was the Treaty of Nanjing “positive” for the West? (pp. 176-7)

14.                       Why was the Treaty of Nanjing “negative” for the Chinese? (pp. 176-7)

15.                       Who wrote The Fourteen Points? (NIB)

16.                       What was the purpose of the Fourteen Points? (pp. 202-3)

17.                       How did the Treaty of Versailles affect Germany? (p. 203)

18.                       Who wrote Mein Kampf? (NIB)

19.                       Why is Mein Kampf important? (NIB)

Global II: Important People (People, Nationaliam, C&I Life) Review Questions


Global II: People Review Questions

 

REMINDER: “NIB” Means “not it review book.”  You have flash cards, the internet, your prior knowledge, this year’s notes, last year’s notes…so leaving anything blank or putting an answer that shows zero effort are the same to me…and anything blank = no credit for the assignment.

 

 

 

REVIEW means remember or reminder, it is NOT reteach or relearn!!  If you slack off now you have NO SHOT at passing the Regents or the course, so make your decisions carefully.

Important People in Nationalism

 

IMPORTANT PEOPLE in NATIONALISM GROUP 1:

1.    Why is Simon Bolivar important? (pp. 150-1)

2.    Why is Toussaint l’Ouverture important? (p. 150)

3.    Why is Jose de San Martin important? (p. 151)

4.    Why is Porfirio Diaz important? (p. 156)

5.    Why is Count Camillo Cavour important? (p. 159)

 

 

Important People in Cultural & Intellectual Life

 

IMPORTANT PEOPLE in C & I LIFE GROUP 1:

1.    What is Plato’s main contribution to the global community? (p. 14)

2.    What is Aristotle’s main contribution to the global community? (p. 14)

3.    What is Leonardo da Vinci’s main contribution to the global community? (p. 86)

4.    What is Michelangelo’s main contribution to the global community? (p. 86)

5.    What is Cervantes’ main contribution to the global community? (p. 87)

6.    What is Shakespeare’s main contribution to the global community? (p. 87)

 

 

Important People

 

IMPORTANT PEOPLE GROUP 1:

1.    Why is Oliver Cromwell important? (p. 129)

2.    Why is Voltaire important? (p. 142)

3.    Why is Rousseau important? (p. 142)

4.    Why is Montesquieu important? (p. 142)

5.    Why is Robespierre important? (p. 148)

6.    Why is Matthew Perry important? (p. 170)

 

 

 

Global II: Human Rights Violation Review Questions


Global II: HRV Review Questions

 

REMINDER: “NIB” Means “not it review book.”  You have flash cards, the internet, your prior knowledge, this year’s notes, last year’s notes…so leaving anything blank or putting an answer that shows zero effort are the same to me…and anything blank = no credit for the assignment.

 

 

 

REVIEW means remember or reminder, it is NOT reteach or relearn!!  If you slack off now you have NO SHOT at passing the Regents or the course, so make your decisions carefully.

Human Rights Violations Review Questions

 

HRV GROUP 1:

THE SLAVE TRADE

1.    When did slavery “become important?” (p. 122-4)

2.    Explain the Middle Passage. (p. 124)

3.    Why did the slave trade increase tribal warfare in Africa? (p. 173)

4.    Why did racism “begin?” (NIB)

THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

1.    Identify three human rights violations that occurred during the Industrial Revolution. (pp. 165-6)

UKRAINIAN FAMINE

1.    Why did famine develop in the Ukraine? (p. 201)

THE HOLOCAUST

1.    Why did the Holocaust happen? (p. 214)

2.    How did the world respond to the Holocaust at the end of WWII? (p. 215)

3.    Why did Jews believe a homeland in Palestine was necessary after 1945? (p. 215 & 250)

POL POT & THE KHMER ROUGE

1.    What was Cambodia’s new name under Pol Pot? (NIB)

2.    What did the Cambodian government do to its people? (p. 248)

TIANANMEN SQUARE

1.    How did the Chinese government deal with the pro-democracy protestors in Tiananmen Square? (p. 241)

2.    What were the results of Tiananmen Square? (p. 241)

 

HRV GROUP 2:

APARTHEID

1.    What is apartheid? (pp. 246-7)

2.    Describe how apartheid affected blacks in South Africa. (pp. 246-7)

3.    How did apartheid come to an end? (p. 247)

4.    What often happened to people opposed to apartheid in police custody in South Africa? (NIB)

5.    How did South Africa attempt to “heal the wounds” of apartheid? (p. 247)

THE KURDS

1.    Where is “Kurdistan?” (p. 283)

2.    Describe the treatment Kurds often receive from surrounding nations. (p. 283)

RWANDA

1.    What tribes were “at war” in Rwanda? (p. 246)

2.    Why were these tribes at war? (p. 246)

THE SERBS

1.    Why has the Balkans experienced ethnic cleansing? (pp. 280-1)

 

                                               

NORTHERN IRELAND

1.    Explain what the IRA “wants” for Ireland. (p. 280)

2.    How has the IRA contributed to “The Troubles” in Northern Ireland? (p. 280)

3.    How have the British and Irish Protestants responded to the IRAs actions? (p. 280)

THE SIKHS

1.    Why did the Sikhs resent the Indian government by 1984? (p. 281)

AFGHANISTAN

    1.  How did the Taliban affect Afghanistan? (p. 283)

    2.  Why did the U.S. attack the Taliban? (p. 283)

    3.  What does the Taliban want for Afghanistan? (p. 283)