Unit 1 US10 Test Review: Question Preview (ID: 25874)


Below is a preview of the questions contained within the game titled UNIT 1 US10 TEST REVIEW: Review .To play games using this data set, follow the directions below. Good luck and have fun. Enjoy! [print these questions]


Play games to reveal the correct answers. Click here to play a game and get the answers.

Most slaves brought to the “New World” came from
a) West Africa. b) Brazil . c) Asia. d) the new world.
These are farms on which a single crop, usually one that requires much human labor, is grown on a large scale.
a) Plantations b) Songhais c) Benins d) Bananzas
The global transfer of living things and ideas that began with Columbus’s first voyage and continues today is called the
a) Columbian Exchange. b) Transatlantic Encounter. c) Treaty of Tortillas. d) All of the above.
After the Europeans arrived to the new world, what caused the deaths of countless Native Americans?
a) diseases b) famine c) hurricanes d) drought
Each of the following are reasons for European exploration and expansion except;
a) need for additional workers in Europe. b) the desire for gold and wealth. c) escaping overcrowding and land scarcity in Europe. d) the spread of Christianity.
Europeans in the New World turned to slave labor because;
a) all answers are correct b) a decline in indentured servants. c) failure to successfully enslave Native Americans. d) increased demand for field laborers.
A significant negative impact of the Columbian Exchange was
a) new and unknown diseases. b) the exchange of new plants and animals. c) the spread of new ideas and technologies. d) written language.
The development of the first permanent American Indian societies was made possible by;
a) the development of agriculture. b) the use of slave labor. c) the arrival of the Europeans. d) an extensive trade network.
Which of the following was NOT a belief shared by Native Americans.
a) Land should be bought and sold. b) Spirits lived in the world and acted as guides to the living. c) The family was the basic unit. d) Older members should be valued and honored.
All of the following were consequences of the Columbian Exchange EXCEPT;
a) new world natives gaining wealth. b) diseases introduced to the new world. c) diseases introduced to the new world. d) the slave trade.
The “middle passage” refers to the part of the transatlantic trade network that carried
a) Africans to the West Indies and North America b) rum for the West Indies to New England. c) raw materials from the colonies to New England d) Africans from West Indies to North America.
A cash crop is one raised primarily for;
a) sale. b) food. c) a farmer’s own use. d) a colony’s home country.
The major conflict between English settlers and Native Americans resulted from the settlers attempt to;
a) own the land. b) become one with the Native Americans. c) bring Native Americans back to Europe. d) change their government.
The name Puritan comes from the group’s desire to;
a) remove Roman Catholic traditions from the Church of England. b) purify water. c) shelter its members from the influence of society. d) purify its leaders.
An indentured servant is someone who;
a) worked on a plantation for 5-7 years on a contract and was then released from their duty. b) was held in the bondage of slavery. c) came to the colonies to help promote religious freedom. d) someone who only worked in the main plantation house.
The Puritans left Europe for America;
a) to escape religious persecution. b) to establish a fur trade with the American Indians. c) to find gold. d) to grow tobacco.
he main goal of those who settled Jamestown colony was;
a) to find gold. b) grow tobacco. c) develop a fur trade. d) practice religious freedom.
The first English colonies in North America were set up in hopes of achieving;
a) financial gain for investors. b) religious freedom for settlers. c) political freedom for settlers. d) military supremacy for England.
Which of the following was “awakened during the Great Awakening?
a) religious beliefs b) patriotism c) tensions between rich and poor colonists d) tension between colonist and Native Americans
As a result of England’s policy of salutary neglect the colonies developed ;
a) a desire for self government. b) a desire for fine British goods. c) a self-sufficient economy. d) a disloyal attitude towards Britain.
Play Games with the Questions above at ReviewGameZone.com
To play games using the questions from the data set above, visit ReviewGameZone.com and enter game ID number: 25874 in the upper right hand corner at ReviewGameZone.com or simply click on the link above this text.

TEACHERS / EDUCATORS
Log In
| Sign Up / Register