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CHA3U Exam Review
Part A: Timeline
Application 10 marks
Choose ten (10) events from the table and place them in proper chronological order on
the timeline (1 mark/event) **From this list of 25 topics, only 15 will appear on the
exam**
Treaty of
Emancipation
President
Hiroshima
Boston
Tordesillas
Proclamation
Woodrow
Massacre
Wilson
Bay of Pigs
9/11
Treaty of Paris
Vietnam War
Purchase of
Alaska
March on
Patriot Act
Watergate
SpanishTreaty of
Washington
American War
Friendship
Brown v. Board
Louisiana
Iraq War
Operation
Prohibition
of Education
Purchase
Desert Storm
Black Tuesday
Hurricane
Korean War
Declaration of
L.A. Riot
Katrina
Independence
Part B: Identify & State the Significance
From the table in part A, choose five (5) events. For each give a description of the event
and state reasons why it is considered significant/ why we study it in this course.
Knowledge and Thinking 20 marks (4 marks each)
Part C: Short Answer
You will be given three questions; you only have to respond to two. Your answers should
be completed in full sentences or chart form.
Application and Communication 20 marks (10 marks each)
Part D: Response
You will be given a picture or a to analyse and answer accompanying questions.
Application 10 marks
Part E: Essay
Write your response to one of the following questions in the space provided. Use proper
essay form and be conscious of the mechanics of your writing. Marks will be granted for
all categories of learning.
Knowledge, Thinking, Communication and Application 35 marks
20 marks for content
15 marks for quality
1. “Americans require an external villain to move them beyond their isolationist
tendencies.” Assess the accuracy of this statement by examining the role of the
demon/bogeyman in American history. Use one of the following world figures,
could be used as a basis of your investigation: Hussein, Gadalfi, Castro, General
Manuel Noriega, Slobodan Milosevic.
2. Assess a Presidency from Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) to Bill Clinton.
Determine how this presidency will be judged by historians.
3. Examine the two approaches to Civil Rights embodied by Malcolm X and Martin
Luther King and evaluate which approach seems to have had a greater impact in
the short and the long term.
**You response should be approximately 300-400 words in length**
CHA3U Exam Review
Discovery & Settlement
People
Christopher Columbus
George Washington
General James Wolfe
Amerigo Vespucci
General Braddock
Marquis de Montcalm
Vasco Nunez de Balboa
William Pitt
Terms/Events
Mercantilism
Treaty of Tordesillas
French and Indian War
Treaty of Paris
Albany Plan of Union
Ideas:
 Spain and Portugal
 Spain in America
 French in America
 Dutch in America
 Diplomatic Struggles in the colonial period
Road to Independence and a New Constitution
People
Thomas Paine
George Rogers Clarke
Thomas Jefferson
Lewis & Clarke
Battles of the Revolution
Lexington
Invasion of Canada
Oriskany & Saratoga
Terms/Events
Proclamation of 1763
Sons & Daughters of Liberty
Tea Act
First Continental Congress
Declaration of Independence
Shay’s Rebellion
Louisiana Purchase
Burning of Washington
George Washington
Tecumseh & Tippecanoe
Concord
British capture NYC
Bunker Hill
Trenton & Princeton
Quartering Act
Townshed Acts
Boston Tea Party
Treaty of Paris
Patriots
Whiskey Rebellion
War Hawks
Treaty of Ghent
Stamp Act
Boston Massacre
Enlightenment
Loyalists
Constitution
Jay’s Treaty
Invasion of Canada
New Orleans
Slavery, Succession and Civil War
People
Abraham Lincoln
Dred Scott
Battles of the Civil War
Bull Run I
New Orleans
Antietam
Fort Sumter
Terms/Events
Emancipation Proclamation
Ku Klux Klan (KKK)
Knights of Labour
Wounded Knee
Caribbean
The World Wars
People
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
President Franklin D. Roosevelt
General Dwight D. Eisenhower
Terms/Events
Triple Alliance
U-Boat Threat
Prohibition
Intolerance
Kristallnacht
Auschwitz
Pearl Harbor
Hiroshima
John Brown
Fort Henry & Donelson
Seven Days
Fredricksburg
Shiloh
Bull Run II
Chancellorsville
Slavery
Purchase of Alaska
Haymarket Square Riot
Spanish American War
Cuba
Freedman’s bureau
Plessy v. Ferguson
Dawes Act
Phillipines
Woodrow Wilson
Joseph Stalin
Adolf Hitler
Benito Mussolini
Triple Entente
Selective Service Act
flappers
Black Tuesday
St. Louis
Final Solution
War in the Pacific
Nagasaki
Lusitania
November 11, 1918
KKK
Nazis
Treaty of Friendship
Lend-Lease Act
Island Hopping
Unconditional surrender
Emergence of Two Superpowers & the Cold War
People
Winston Churchill
Joseph Stalin
President Truman
George C. Marshall
General Douglas MacArthur
JFK
Fidel Castro
Rosa Parks
Lee Harvey Oswald
Ho Chi Minh
Franklin Roosevelt
Mao Zedong
RFK
Martin Luther King Jr.
Richard Nixon
Ronald Reagan
Terms/Events
Yalta
Iron Curtain
NATO
Bay of Pigs
Brown vs. Board of Ed.
March on Washington
Viet Cong
Tet Offensive
Affirmative Action
Into a New World
People
Saddam Hussein
Anita Hill
Al Gore
Barack Obama
Terms/Events
Gulf War
Hill-Thomas Affair
al-Qaida
Oklahoma City Bombings
Pentagon
Hurricane Katrina
Division of Berlin
Truman Doctrine
Korean War
Cuban Missile Crisis
John Crow Laws
Black Power
My Lai
Watergate
United Nations
Marshall Plan
NORAD
Civil Rights
Freedom Riders
Vietnam War
Draft Dodgers
Pentagon Papers
George Bush
Bill Clinton
George W. Bush
General Manuel Noriega
Rodney King
bin Laden
Hillary Clinton
Slobodan Milosevic
Operation Desert Storm
Balkans
International terrorism
9/11
Patriot Act
L.A. Riot
Middle East
Impeachment
Twin Towers
War in Iraq
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