7 th Grade Historical Understandings. 500 100 200 300 400 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 100 The Ottomans The Ottomans Just Maps US Invasions! Palestinian

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  • 7 th Grade Historical Understandings
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  • 500 100 200 300 400 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 100 The Ottomans The Ottomans Just Maps US Invasions! Palestinian And Israeli Palestinian And Israeli Just one Word Just one Word WILD Card WILD Card 100 200 300 400 500 300 400 500
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  • Q: 100 True or False? One of the reasons for the fall of the Ottoman Empire was its large size and incapable leaders.
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  • Q: 200 At the height of its glory, the Ottoman Empire spanned which three continents?
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  • A:200
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  • Q: 300 How did European involvement in Southwest Asia impact the region after the collapse of the Ottoman Empire? A.Many Europeans moved to Southwest Asia. B.Countries in Southwest Asia modeled their governments on European governments. C.Political borders were decided by European powers without consideration of the political and historic connections in the region. D.European powers presence in Southwest Asia established a long period of peace and improved relations with non-Muslim western nations
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  • A: 300 Political borders were decided by European powers without consideration of the political and historic connections in the region.
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  • Q: 400 What was one lasting result of the division of the former Ottoman territory in Southwest Asia following WWI?
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  • A:400 Borders now divide or combine cultural groups, leading to conflict within nations
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  • Q:500 Name at least three countries carved out of the Ottoman Empire.
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  • A:500
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  • Q:100 Which letter identifies the country that was once ruled by Saddam Hussein?
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  • A:100
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  • Q:200 Which letter identifies the country that was the aggressor in the Persian Gulf War?
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  • A: 200
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  • Q: 300 Which letter represents the location of a country created in part as a result of the Zionist movement?
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  • A: 300
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  • Q: 400 Which letter identifies the country that was condemned by the United States for hiding Osama Bin Laden?
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  • A: 400
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  • Q: 500 Identify the region marked A.
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  • A: 500 The Ottoman Empire in 1648
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  • Q: 100 The invasion of which country led to the Persian Gulf War?
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  • A: 100
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  • Q: 200 A well-financed terrorist group responsible for the September 11 attacks.
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  • A: 200
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  • Q: 300 Leader of Iraq during the Invasion of Iraq and the Persian Gulf War
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  • A: 300 Saddam Hussein
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  • Q: 400 Two countries in Southwest Asia that lie on the northern coast of the Persian Gulf
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  • A: 400
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  • Q: 500 In response to the to the terrorist attacks launched against the United States on September 11, 2001, the United States invaded which country?
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  • A: 500 Afghanistan
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  • Q:100 The main cause of the Arab-Israeli conflicts from 1948 to 1973 was the clash between A.Islamic Fundamentalism and Orthodox Judaism B.Arab nationalism and Jewish nationalism C.Israeli technology and Saudi Arabian economic goals
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  • A:100 Arab nationalism and Jewish nationalism
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  • Q: 200 The desire of the Kurds and of the Palestinians for independent states is based on the principle of A.free trade B.terrorism C.nationalism D.modernization
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  • A: 200 The desire of the Kurds and of the Palestinians for independent states is based on the principle of A.free trade B.terrorism C.Nationalism (Answer) D.modernization
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  • Q: 300 Religious connection to land, anti-Semitism, Holocaust, and Zionism in Europe, all played a role in the _______________
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  • A: 300 Establishment of the state of Israel
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  • Q: 400 True or False? The Zionist movement in Europe had nothing to do with the establishment of the State of Israel.
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  • A: 400 False
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  • Q: 500 the philosophy of Zionism British Mandates Six Day War The terms above are most closely associated with which conflicting issue in the Middle East?
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  • A: 500 The Palestinian and Israeli Conflict ( more specifically the control of land in the Middle East by Palestinians and Jews)
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  • Q:100 A nationalist movement of Jews and Jewish culture that supports the creation of a Jewish homeland.
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  • A: 100
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  • Q: 200 Terrorist group responsible for the September 11 attacks.
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  • A: 200
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  • Q: 300 A group that controlled the government of Afghanistan in 2001
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  • A: 300.
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  • Q: 400 The _________ empire controlled Palestine and much of the Middle East for centuries.
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  • A: 400
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  • Q: 500 After World War I, the League of Nations gave Britain the authority to rule Palestine. What is the official term that describes the word authority.
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  • A: 500
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  • Q: 100 The Ottoman Empire was given what nick name during its downfall?
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  • A: 100 The Ottoman Empire in 1914 was commonly known as 'the sick man of Europe', a sign that the once-great power was crumbling.
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  • Q: 200 Who drew up the boundaries of the new countries created from the Ottoman Empire at the end of World War I?
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  • A: 200 European countries - specifically Great Britain and France (Allied Powers)
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  • Q: 300 You took extra land from us after the Six Day War. We will use terrorism to attack and get our land back. We have lived here for thousands of years the land is ours. You took extra land from us after the Six Day War. We will use terrorism to attack and get our land back. We have lived here for thousands of years the land is ours. Palestinian perspective or Israeli perspective?
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  • A: 300 You took extra land from us after the Six Day War. We will use terrorism to attack and get our land back. We have lived here for thousands of years the land is ours. You took extra land from us after the Six Day War. We will use terrorism to attack and get our land back. We have lived here for thousands of years the land is ours.
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  • Q: 400 We will not talk to you until your terrorists stop attacking us. We need a safe land of our own where there can never be another Holocaust. This was our God-given land until we were forced to leave thousands of years ago. We will not talk to you until your terrorists stop attacking us. We need a safe land of our own where there can never be another Holocaust. This was our God-given land until we were forced to leave thousands of years ago. Palestinian perspective or Israeli perspective?
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  • A: 400 We will not talk to you until your terrorists stop attacking us. We need a safe land of our own where there can never be another Holocaust. This was our God-given land until we were forced to leave thousands of years ago. We will not talk to you until your terrorists stop attacking us. We need a safe land of our own where there can never be another Holocaust. This was our God-given land until we were forced to leave thousands of years ago.
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  • Q: 500 The United States primary reason for the Persian Gulf War was a war to protect their interests in what natural resource?
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  • A: 500

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