OGT- Social Studies Review SUBJECT AREAS: 1. History 2. People in Societies 3. Geography 4. Economics, 5. Government 6. Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities The 4 Secret Keys to OGT Success: Guessing is Not Guesswork Practice Smarter, Not Harder Prepare, Don't Procrastinate Test Yourself Try these websites: www.firestonefalcons.org/apus/ www.firestonefalcons.org/apus/chapteractivities/ http://ohiotestprep.com/ *Click on OGT released tests on right, then click on Released test materials again. This will bring you to a list of tests for all subjects. Test Taking Tips: 1. Answer all the questions. 2. Write complete sentences in the short answer section. 3. Answer all parts of the question in the short answer. Games Worth Checking Out SPACE INVADERS GAME CANNON BALL GAME OGT WORDSHOOT OGT MATCHING GAME 75 OGT SOCIAL STUDIES QUESTIONS______ http://www2.troy.k12.oh.us/~t hs/Social_Studies/ogt/index.h tm SHORT ANSWER/ EXTENDED RESPONSE Be aware of what type of question they are asking. Answer all of the short answer questions even if you do not think that you know the answer. Look at the terms in the question and really think about what they might be asking. Answer all parts of the question. Failure to answer part of the question reduces your points automatically. ANALYZE THE SOURCE RELIABLE CREDIBLE PRIMARY SOURCE SUPPORT/REFUTE OGT FLASHCARDS: http://quizlet.com/792015/ogtsocial-studies-terms-flash-cards/ This site has 91 OGT term flashcards. OGT- Social Studies Review GOVERNMENT HISTORY Progressive Movement: movement to improve certain areas of society. Theodore Roosevelt- big business Woodrow Wilson- environment, banks Upton Sinclair- The Jungle William Taft- Latin America Frances Perkins- labor movement HISTORY PEOPLE IN SOCIETIES Creation of Israel: Israel created as a Jewish homeland after World War II Partition of India/Pakistan: the two countries were formed after gaining Independence from Great Britain. They have been at odds over the territory of Kashmir which is Muslim. Both sides want possession of Kashmir. Reunification of Germany: after WWII Germany was divided into a capitalist West and a Communist East. The Berlin Wall was built around the city to prevent people from escaping Eastern Germany. Apartheid: The British controlled country was divided by race. Non-whites wanted representation in the government. This was achieved in 1994 when Nelson Mandela was elected president. OGT JEOPARDY http://www.superteache rtools.com/jeopardy/us ergames/Oct201043/ga me1288102534.php People in Society: NAACP: National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Used legal representation to fight injustices. AIM- American Indian Movement. Led movement to draw attention to the plight of Native Americans. United Farm Workers- 1960’s. Founded by Cesar Chavez. Let non-violent protests of low wages for grape and lettuce workers. N.O.W.- National Organization for Women. Led movement. Betty Friedan was key leader. Attacked negative images of women by the media. Aimed toward equality for women.