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GEARING UP for the EOI United States History :  GEARING UP for the EOI United States History Understanding what kinds of questions we can expect will help us think through the test and do the best job we can! :  Understanding what kinds of questions we can expect will help us think through the test and do the best job we can! So, let’s get started! Let’s see what the test is all about!:  So, let’s get started! Let’s see what the test is all about! First, let’s look at the topics in history we’ve studied this year… Which ones will we be tested over?:  First, let’s look at the topics in history we’ve studied this year… Which ones will we be tested over? Now, let’s see how difficult the questions might be ...:  Now, let’s see how difficult the questions might be ... There will be four types of questions, (or four “levels” of difficulty:):  There will be four types of questions, (or four “levels” of difficulty:) Slide8:  0 % (2004) 80-85% 5-10% 5 % (2004 Test estimate) Slide9:  Level 1: Basic Factual Questions: Caesar Chavez is known for his ____ A. work to organize migrant,agricultural laborers B. military leadership in World War II C. musical contributions from the Hispanic community D. advocacy of bi-lingual education :  Caesar Chavez is known for his ____ A. work to organize migrant,agricultural laborers B. military leadership in World War II C. musical contributions from the Hispanic community D. advocacy of bi-lingual education Example: Slide11:  Level 2. Basic Reasoning: Slide12:  Example: A. B. C. D. Slide13:  Level 3. Using Information: Slide14:  Example: Slide15:  Level 4. Analyzing History Slide16:  Example: A. B. C. D. Slide17:  What will most of the questions be like? Now, let’s see how the questions and answers will be written...:  Now, let’s see how the questions and answers will be written... Each question will have four possible answers: * one is absolutely correct. * the other choices are plausible, but not correct.:  Each question will have four possible answers: * one is absolutely correct. * the other choices are plausible, but not correct. What European nation instigated World War II by invasion of its neighbor? A. England B. Germany C. France D. Italy:  What European nation instigated World War II by invasion of its neighbor? A. England B. Germany C. France D. Italy Example: CORRECT ANSWER What European nation instigated World War II by invasion of its neighbor? A. England B. Germany C. France D. Russia:  What European nation instigated World War II by invasion of its neighbor? A. England B. Germany C. France D. Russia Example: “Plausible Answers” because all are European nations which played a major role in World War II. What European nation instigated World War II by invasion of its neighbor? A. Brazil B. Germany C. Iceland D. Thailand:  What European nation instigated World War II by invasion of its neighbor? A. Brazil B. Germany C. Iceland D. Thailand Example: You won’t have one or more impossible choices like these ! Slide23:  More Advice: Okay, now we’re ready to go! Let’s look at the time periods in American history that we’ll be tested over! :  Okay, now we’re ready to go! Let’s look at the time periods in American history that we’ll be tested over! Slide25:  Each broad area that will be on the test comes from the state-required PASS standards: …and under each standard, there are several objectives that questions will be asked about. Slide26:  We can see specifically what the questions will be about... And what types of information we might use to answer questions. Slide27:  ...And what we might be asked to do... And what will and will not be on the test! Now, we’re going to look at each of the “standards” and some example questions...:  Now, we’re going to look at each of the “standards” and some example questions... Slide30:  SAMPLE: Slide32:  SAMPLE: Which Constitutional Amendment is matched to the correct time period of its passage? A. 19th amendment, pre-Civil War B. 22nd amendment, post-World War II C. 26th amendment, pre-World War I D. 13th amendment, pre-Civil War:  Which Constitutional Amendment is matched to the correct time period of its passage? A. 19th amendment, pre-Civil War B. 22nd amendment, post-World War II C. 26th amendment, pre-World War I D. 13th amendment, pre-Civil War SAMPLE: Slide36:  SAMPLE: On the issue of slavery, John C. Calhoun proposed to A. extend the Missouri Compromise line to the Pacific B. guarantee slaveholders’ rights in all U.S. territories C. prohibit slavery in all lands acquired from Mexico D. allow popular sovereignty:  On the issue of slavery, John C. Calhoun proposed to A. extend the Missouri Compromise line to the Pacific B. guarantee slaveholders’ rights in all U.S. territories C. prohibit slavery in all lands acquired from Mexico D. allow popular sovereignty SAMPLE: What was the effect in the North of the Fugitive Slave Act? A. basically no lasting effect B. increased sympathy for slaveowners C. complete refusal to enforce the act D. increased antislavery sentiment:  What was the effect in the North of the Fugitive Slave Act? A. basically no lasting effect B. increased sympathy for slaveowners C. complete refusal to enforce the act D. increased antislavery sentiment SAMPLE: Slide43:  SAMPLE: Slide45:  SAMPLE: Slide47:  SAMPLE: President Johnson believed that citizenship and voting rights of former slaves were the concern of A. the federal government B. state governments C. the executive branch D. Congress:  President Johnson believed that citizenship and voting rights of former slaves were the concern of A. the federal government B. state governments C. the executive branch D. Congress SAMPLE: Slide51:  SAMPLE: Slide53:  SAMPLE: Slide55:  SAMPLE: Slide57:  SAMPLE: Slide60:  SAMPLE: Slide62:  SAMPLE: Slide64:  SAMPLE: Slide66:  B. A. C. D. SAMPLE: Slide68:  SAMPLE: The Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty A. required the U.S. to pay Colombia B. declared Panama an independent nation C. proposed the the U.S. and Britain cooperatively build a canal in Panama D. gave the U.S. complete control over the canal zone.:  The Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty A. required the U.S. to pay Colombia B. declared Panama an independent nation C. proposed the the U.S. and Britain cooperatively build a canal in Panama D. gave the U.S. complete control over the canal zone. SAMPLE: Slide72:  SAMPLE: Slide74:  SAMPLE: Slide76:  SAMPLE: Slide78:  SAMPLE: To recognize women’s contributions to the World War I effort, Wilson A. supported passage of the 19th amendment B. promised to repeal the 18th amendment C. promised to appoint women to his cabinet D. supported an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution:  To recognize women’s contributions to the World War I effort, Wilson A. supported passage of the 19th amendment B. promised to repeal the 18th amendment C. promised to appoint women to his cabinet D. supported an Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution SAMPLE: Slide82:  SAMPLE: In 1924, Congress acknowledged the Native American contribution to the war effort by A. Americanizing Pueblo tribes B. passing the Bursom Bill C. granting citizenship to Native Americans D. alleviating poverty on Indian reservations:  In 1924, Congress acknowledged the Native American contribution to the war effort by A. Americanizing Pueblo tribes B. passing the Bursom Bill C. granting citizenship to Native Americans D. alleviating poverty on Indian reservations SAMPLE: Slide86:  SAMPLE: Slide88:  SAMPLE: Stock prices rose above their true value because of A. large-scale selling B. the normal business cycle C. Black Thursday D. speculative buying:  Stock prices rose above their true value because of A. large-scale selling B. the normal business cycle C. Black Thursday D. speculative buying SAMPLE: Slide92:  SAMPLE: Slide94:  SAMPLE: Slide96:  SAMPLE: Slide99:  SAMPLE: Slide102:  SAMPLE: Slide104:  SAMPLE: Slide106:  SAMPLE: Slide108:  SAMPLE: Winston Churchill coined the term “Iron Curtain” to refer to the growing division between A. East and West Berlin B. Israel and neighboring Arab states C. North and South Korea D. Western and Eastern Europe:  Winston Churchill coined the term “Iron Curtain” to refer to the growing division between A. East and West Berlin B. Israel and neighboring Arab states C. North and South Korea D. Western and Eastern Europe SAMPLE: Slide112:  SAMPLE: Slide114:  A. B. C. D. SAMPLE: The theory of “containment” which was adopted by administrations following World War II refers to A. preventing integration in public schools B. keeping Communism within its existing borders C. supporting the efforts of the United Nations to settle international disputes D. preventing the spread of nuclear weapons:  The theory of “containment” which was adopted by administrations following World War II refers to A. preventing integration in public schools B. keeping Communism within its existing borders C. supporting the efforts of the United Nations to settle international disputes D. preventing the spread of nuclear weapons SAMPLE: Slide118:  SAMPLE: Slide120:  SAMPLE: Slide122:  SAMPLE: Slide124:  SAMPLE: The 20th century witnessed in the resignation of President Richard Nixon. Nixon had claimed “executive privilege” as rationale for refusing to offer evidence or testimony involving what scandal? A. Watergate B. Iran-Contra C. Abscom D. Tailgate:  The 20th century witnessed in the resignation of President Richard Nixon. Nixon had claimed “executive privilege” as rationale for refusing to offer evidence or testimony involving what scandal? A. Watergate B. Iran-Contra C. Abscom D. Tailgate SAMPLE: The intent and impact of the 22nd amendment restricted the extent of authority of the Executive Branch by A. requiring persons serving in the Presidency to be natural-born citizens B. requiring all persons seeking election to the Congress to be residents in the state they will represent C. placing term limits of Congress D. limiting a person to serving two terms as President.:  The intent and impact of the 22nd amendment restricted the extent of authority of the Executive Branch by A. requiring persons serving in the Presidency to be natural-born citizens B. requiring all persons seeking election to the Congress to be residents in the state they will represent C. placing term limits of Congress D. limiting a person to serving two terms as President. SAMPLE: GREAT JOB ! You’re Ready to Go! :  GREAT JOB ! You’re Ready to Go!

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