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Title: The Columbian Exchange accounts for the collapse of some nations and the great success of others. Explain one effect of the Columbian Exchange on American Indians. Explain one effect of the Columbian Exchange on Africans.


1
The Columbian Exchange accounts for the collapse
of some nations and the great success of others.
Explain one effect of the Columbian Exchange on
American Indians. Explain one effect of the
Columbian Exchange on Africans.
2
Score 0 No response or the response does not
address the prompt Score 1 Fulfills only 1
of 2 requirements of a level 2 performance
Score 2 Explains one effect of Columbian
Exchange on American Indians explains one
effect of Columbian Exchange on Africans
3
Owing to the centuries of division . . . the
various parts of the country had developed
differently. . . . This caused divergences not
only in the spoken but in the written language. .
. . Thus difficulties arose if, for instance, a
man from the old territory of Chin Qin was to
be transferred as an official to the east he
could not properly understand the language and
could not read the borrowed words. . . . The
government therefore ordered that the language of
the whole country should be unified, and that a
definite style of writing should be generally
adopted. . . . In the various feudal states
there had been different weights and measures in
use, and this had led to great difficulties in
the centralization of the collection of taxes.
The centre of administration . . . had grown . .
. into a thickly populated city with very large
requirements of food. . . . The grain supplied in
payment of taxation had to be brought in from far
around, partly by cart. The only roads then
existing consisted of deep cart-tracks. If the
axles were not of the same length for all carts,
the roads were simply unusable for many of them.
Accordingly a fixed length was laid down for
axles. A History of China, Wolfram Eberhard
The Qin grew from a single city into a feudal
state, and on to become the first imperial
dynasty of China. Summarize the lasting impact of
one achievement of the Qin Dynasty
4
Score 0 No response or the response does not
address the prompt Score 1 Fulfills only 1
of 2 requirements of a level 2 performance
Score 2 Differentiates an achievement of the
Qin Dynasty summarizes the lasting impact of
one achievement of the Qin Dynasty
5
The Magna Carta was created after the rebellion
of the Barons against King John of England, in
which a change in government was demanded.
Explain two specific ways the Magna Carta
affected the structure of the British government.
6
Score 0 No response or the response does not
address the prompt Score 1 Fulfills only 1
of 2 requirements of a level 2 performance
Score 2 Explains one structural change to
British government from the Magna Carta
explains a second structural change to British
government from the Magna Carta
7
Explain how one agricultural and one
technological improvement changed daily life in
Europe during the industrial and agricultural
revolutions.
8
Score 0 No response or the response does not
address the prompt Score 1 Fulfills only 1
of 2 requirements of a level 2 performance
Score 2 Explains the impact of one
agricultural Improvement on European daily
life explains the impact of one technological
improvement on European daily life
9
The Enlightenment was an intellectual, cultural,
social, and philosophical movement that spread
through Europe during the sixteenth century.
Explain two effects of the Enlightenment on the
world.
10
Score 0 No response or the response does not
address the prompt Score 1 Fulfills only 1 of
2 requirements of a level 2 performance Score 2
Explains one effect of the Enlightenment on the
world explains a second effect of the
Enlightenment on the world
11
Twentieth-Century International Crises Berlin
Blockade Korean War Hungarian Revolt
Cuban Missile Crisis Iranian Revolt OPEC
Oil Crisis Choose a twentieth-century
international crisis from the above list.
Analyze the crisis and explain two
specific effects it had on international
politics.
12
Score 0 No response or the response does not
address the prompt Score 1 Fulfills only 1 of
3 requirements of a level 3 performance Score 2
Fulfills 2 of 3 requirements of a level 3
performance Score 3 Analyzes a crisis from the
list explains one effect on international
politics explains a second effect on
international politics
13
8 Decolonized Nations India Pakistan
Kenya Ghana South Korea China Vietnam
The social and economic conditions of colonial
rule contributed to the rise of nationalistic
movements. Explain how an economic condition
from the experiences of a country in the list
above contributed to the rise of a nationalist
movement. From the experience of another country
in the list, explain how a social condition
contributed to the rise of a nationalist
movement.25
14
Score 0 No response or response does not address
the prompt Score 1 Fulfills only 1 of 4
requirements of a level 4 performance Score 2
Fulfills 2 of 4 requirements of a level 4
performance Score 3 Fulfills 3 of 4
requirements of a level 4 performance Score 4
Identifies an economic condition in a country
from the list explains how that economic
condition gave rise to a nationalist movement
identifies a social condition in a second country
from the list explains how the social condition
gave rise to a nationalist movement
15
World Population Growth Year World
Population 1960 3 billion 2012 7 billion
12 years 1 billion
Explain three potential environmental
consequences of the population growth indicated
by the chart.
16
Score 0 No response or the response does not
address the prompt Score 1 Fulfills only 1 of
3 requirements of a level 3 performance Score 2
Fulfills 2 of 3 requirements of a level 3
performance Score 3 Explains 1 potential
environmental consequence of population growth
explains a second potential environmental
consequence of population growth explains a
third potential environmental consequence of
population growth
17
The passage from the Sehetepibre Stela
illustrates that Egyptians believed
Adore the king . . . living forever, in your
innermost parts. . . He is Re the sun, by
whose rays one sees, for he is one who illumines
the Two Lands Upper and Lower Egypt more than
the sun disk. He is one who makes the land
green. Loyalty instructions from the
Sehetepibre Stela
a. rule should pass from a father to his son.
b. agriculture required scientific management.
c. individuals could have a personal relationship with the gods.
d. the pharaoh was a god.
18
Many of the captives I burned in a fire. Many I
took alive from some I cut off their hands to
the wrist, from others I cut off their noses,
ears, and fingers I put out the eyes of
many. Ashurnasirpal II quoted in Barbarian
Tides, 1500600 BC
a. the barbaric practices typical of all peoples who conquered the Fertile Crescent after the fall of the Babylonian Empire.
b. the Hittites reliance on terror and fear to control conquered areas.
c. the punishments legislated in Hammurabis Code for treason.
d. the Assyrians reliance on terror and fear to control conquered areas.
19
Hammurabis Code Hammurabis Code listed 282 laws dealing with a variety of subjects. A few examples of these laws are listed below. 196. If a man put out the eye of another man, his eye shall be put out. 197. If he breaks another mans bone, his bone shall be broken. 198. If he put out the eye of a freed man, or break the bone of a freed man, he shall pay one silver mina. 199. If he put out the eye of a mans slave, or break the bones of a mans slave, he shall pay one-half of its value. 200. If a man knock out the teeth of his equal, his teeth shall be knocked out. 201. If he knock out the teeth of a freed man, he shall pay one-third of a silver mina. 202. If any one strike the body of a man higher in rank than he, he shall receive sixty blows with an ox-whip in public.
a. no one owned slaves.
b. punishment was based on social status.
c. all people were treated equally.
d. women had the same rights as men.
20
Until philosophers are kings, or the kings and
princes of this world have the spirit and power
of philosophy, and political greatness and
wisdom meet in one, and those commoner natures
who pursue either to the exclusion of the other
are compelled to stand aside, cities will never
have rest from their evilsno, nor the human
race. from the Republic
Read the excerpt from the Republic. Who was the
writer of this work?
a. Socrates c. Pericles
b. Plato d. Aristotle
21
Study the chart titled Roman Government. In
what way could tribunes check the power of the
elected magistrates?
a. by vetoing laws
b. by vetoing the actions of the magistrates
c. by controlling the magistrates budget
d. by passing laws
22
The chart titled Roman Government shows that
the Romans designed their government to
a. promote trade and commerce.
b. centralize power in one person.
c. respond quickly to military attacks.
d. incorporate checks on the power of different parts of government.
23
Nothing mortal travels so fast as these Persian messengers . . . these men will not be hindered from accomplishing at their best speed the distance which they have to go, either by snow, or rain, or heat, or by the darkness of night. Herodotus, History of the Persian Wars, Book VIII
Use your knowledge of the chapter to answer the
question. The quote from Herodotus describes
a. the Silk Roads. c. Abrahams journey.
b. the Royal Road. d. Sargons march to the capital.
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