26 Multiple-Choice Questions (3 pts each) & 2 Short-Essay Questions



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WHAP Unit 7 Test Study Guide:

26 Multiple-Choice Questions (3 pts each) & 2 Short-Essay Questions (11 pts each)

Materials Covered:

  • North Atlantic Revolutions

  • Industrial Revolution

    • Causes

    • Effects

Major Topics: be familiar with what they are, specific examples of these topics (where/when), & their significance to WHAP

  • Atlantic Revolutions

    • Causes

    • Effects

    • Enlightenment influence

    • Chief beneficiaries in each

    • Commonalities

    • Major differences

  • Consent of the Governed v. Absolutism

  • North American Revolution

    • Causes

    • Effects

    • Was it revolutionary?

    • Why is it called a conservative revolution?

  • French Revolution

    • Causes

    • Effects

    • Difference between French & American Revolutions

    • Why is it more radical than the American Revolution?

  • Haitian Revolution

    • Causes

    • Effects

    • What makes this different from other revolutions?

  • Latin American Revolutions

    • Causes

    • Effects

    • Why did they take so long?

    • Why weren’t they united?

  • Abolition Efforts

    • Relationship between Atlantic Revolutions and rise of abolition movements

    • Russian serfdom

    • African slavery in the Americas

    • Effects of abolition on economics, migration, etc.

    • What was the driving force behind the abolition of slavery?

  • Early Feminist Movements

    • Influence of Enlightenment on feminism

    • Effects on feminism and women’s rights by the Industrial Revolution

  • Nationalism

  • Industrial Revolution

    • Causes

    • Effects

    • Effects on women’s lives

    • How did industrialization differ between the U.S. and Russia?

  • Energy sources

  • Origins of Industrialization – location

    • Why did it start where it did?

    • Why Europe?

    • Why England?

  • Urbanization

  • Working Class Movement

    • British example

    • Russian example

  • Communism & Socialism

    • Origins

    • Causes

    • Effects

    • Major beliefs

    • Bourgeois

    • Proletariat

    • Where did communism & socialism take root?

    • Why didn’t they catch on the U.S.?

  • Global Migration during Period 5

    • Motivations

Review Materials Available

  • Crash Course Videos

    • World History: #28, #29, #30, #31, #32, #33

  • Personal reading notes for Ch. 17 & 18

  • Strayer online outlines Ch. 17 & 18

  • Self-Tests Strayer Ch. 17 & 18

  • Margin Review Questions Strayer Ch. 17 & 18

  • Big Picture Questions Strayer Ch. 17 & 18

  • PowerPoint notes from class

  • Revolutions Comparison Chart

  • Chapter 18 Close-Reading Questions


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