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Bellringers and Exit Tickets, MP4. Bellringers /Exit TIckets. 7 January – 23 January Turned in to be checked January 22/23, before progress reports. 5 bellringers , 5 exit tickets. Bellringer , 9 & 10 January.

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Bellringers and exit tickets mp4

Bellringers and Exit Tickets, MP4


Bellringers exit tickets

Bellringers/Exit TIckets

  • 7 January – 23 January

  • Turned in to be checked January 22/23, before progress reports.

  • 5 bellringers, 5 exit tickets.


Bellringer 9 10 january

Bellringer, 9 & 10 January

  • The most dramatic change in the status of Chinese women during the Song dynasty was manifested by

    • A. The introduction of slavery

    • B. Footbinding

    • C. Veiling

    • D. The introduction of education for women


Bellringer 9 10 january1

Bellringer, 9 & 10 January

  • The most dramatic change in the status of Chinese women during the Song dynasty was manifested by

    • B. Footbinding


Exit ticket 9 10 january

Exit Ticket 9 & 10 January

  • The purpose of the Grand Canal was to

    • A. Facilitate trade and communication within China

    • B. Enhance China’s ability to protect itself from foreign invasion

    • C. Bring students into the capital to take the Imperial Examinations

    • D. Irrigate rice paddies in northern China


Exit ticket 9 10 january1

Exit Ticket 9 & 10 January

  • The purpose of the Grand Canal was to

    • A. Facilitate trade and communication within China


Bellringer 13 14 january

Bellringer 13 & 14 January

  • How did the bubonic plague reach East Asia?

    • A. It was brought by European Crusaders to the Middle East and then transmitted along the Silk Road to China.

    • B. It traveled along the Grand Canal.

    • C. It came from Africa, spread to West Asia, and then went by sea to Canton.

    • D. It started in Japan, crossed the China Sea, then traveled by sea to Africa, and was carried by Moors into Spain.


Bellringer 13 14 january1

Bellringer 13 & 14 January

  • How did the bubonic plague reach East Asia?

    • C. It came from Africa, spread to West Asia, and then went by sea to Canton.


Exit ticket 13 14 january

Exit Ticket 13 & 14 January

  • The concept of the Mandate of Heaven was not important in Japan because

    • A. Japan was less warlike than China.

    • B. Confucianism was less accepted in Japan.

    • C. Japanese rulers always came from the same family.

    • D. The concept was never transmitted to Japan by Korea.


Exit ticket 13 14 january1

Exit Ticket 13 & 14 January

  • The concept of the Mandate of Heaven was not important in Japan because

    • C. Japanese rulers always came from the same family.


Bellringer 15 16 january

Bellringer 15 & 16 January

  • The rise of Genghis Khan and the Mongols can be attributed

    • A. Solely to the charisma and military genius of Genghis Khan

    • B. At least partially to the long-term trends and pressures of Central Asia

    • C. To the lack of competition for resources in Central Asia

    • D. To unusual weather patterns in the 12th century


Bellringer 15 16 january1

Bellringer 15 & 16 January

  • The rise of Genghis Khan and the Mongols can be attributed

    • B. At least partially to the long-term trends and pressures of Central Asia


Exit ticket 15 16 january

Exit Ticket 15 & 16 January

  • If attacked by the Mongols, what would be the best course of action?

    • A. Meet out on the field where the Mongol cavalry was weak.

    • B. Open the city gates to fight.

    • C. Keep the gates closed, but don’t surrender.

    • D. Surrender.


Exit ticket 15 16 january1

Exit Ticket 15 & 16 January

  • If attacked by the Mongols, what would be the best course of action?

    • D. Surrender.


Bellringer 17 21 january

Bellringer 17 & 21 January

  • According to Mongol law, the status of people within their realms was based on

    • A. Individual merit

    • B. Military expertise

    • C. Where they or their ancestors were born

    • D. Their educational level


Bellringer 17 21 january1

Bellringer 17 & 21 January

  • According to Mongol law, the status of people within their realms was based on

    • C. Where they or their ancestors were born


Exit ticket 17 21 january

Exit Ticket 17 & 21 January

  • The most profound effect of the Mongol empires was

    • A. Their facilitation of the formation of new centralized states.

    • B. Their encouragement of the spread of religions.

    • C. The spread of technical knowledge.

    • D. The decimation of Eurasia.


Exit ticket 17 21 january1

Exit Ticket 17 & 21 January

  • The most profound effect of the Mongol empires was

    • C. The spread of technical knowledge.


Bellringer january 22 23

Bellringer January 22 & 23

  • The Mongol Empire was divided into four Khanates, which governed all of the following lands EXCEPT

    • A. China

    • B. Japan

    • C. Russia

    • D. Persia


Bellringer january 22 231

Bellringer January 22 & 23

  • The Mongol Empire was divided into four Khanates, which governed all of the following lands EXCEPT

    • B. Japan

    • (Epic fail. Major typhoon – kamikaze – wiped out the Mongol fleet.)


Exit ticket january 22 23

Exit TIcket January 22 & 23

  • Which of the following did NOT happen in China during the Ming dynasty?

    • A. China was no longer under the control of Mongol leaders.

    • B. Contact with other nations increased with the creation of a Chinese navy.

    • C. Chinese foreign policy was based on collecting tribute instead of waging war.

    • D. Buddhism became the official state religion of China.


Exit ticket january 22 231

Exit Ticket January 22 & 23

  • Which of the following did NOT happen in China during the Ming dynasty?

    • D. Buddhism became the official state religion of China.

    • (There was no official religion.)


Bellringers exit tickets1

Bellringers/Exit Tickets

  • 27 January – 10 February.

  • Check #2 on February 7 & 10!

  • Since progress reports, 5 bellringers/5 exit tickets. Sheet should be full!

  • When you get it back, put your full sheet in your binder and get a new one.


Bellringer 27 28 january

Bellringer, 27 & 28 January

  • Which of the following staple crops became the most important food crop in the Americas?

  • A. Maize

  • B. Manioc

  • C. Sunflowers

  • D. Peanuts


Bellringer 27 28 january1

Bellringer, 27 & 28 January

  • Which of the following staple crops became the most important food crop in the Americas?

  • A. Maize

  • (Also known as corn… domesticated in Mesoamerica.)


Exit ticket 27 28 january

Exit ticket, 27 & 28 January

  • Which of the following statements best describes Amerindian interaction with the environment?

  • A. Amerindians were caretakers and preserved the natural environment.

  • B. Amerindians had limited impact on the environment, but it was Europeans who really impacted the environment.

  • C. Amerindians manipulated the environment to their own ends long before the arrival of Europeans.

  • D. Amerindians did more damage to the environment than Europeans.


Exit ticket 27 28 january1

Exit ticket, 27 & 28 January

  • Which of the following statements best describes Amerindian interaction with the environment?

  • C. Amerindians manipulated the environment to their own ends long before the arrival of Europeans.


Bellringer 29 30 january

Bellringer 29 & 30 January

  • Typically, Maya forces fought to secure

  • A. Trade goods and routes

  • B. Captives rather than territory

  • C. Territory rather than captives

  • D. Territory and important religious sites


Bellringer 29 30 january1

Bellringer 29 & 30 January

  • Typically, Maya forces fought to secure

  • B. Captives rather than territory


Exit ticket 29 30 january

Exit Ticket, 29 & 30 January

  • What is the most likely explanation for the Hopewell culture possessing the knowledge to grow maize, squash, and beans?

  • A. They got it from Mesoamerican cultures.

  • B. They developed it on their own.

  • C. They learned it from the Anasazi.

  • D. They learned it from contact with cultures living between them and Mesoamerica.


Exit ticket 29 30 january1

Exit Ticket, 29 & 30 January

  • What is the most likely explanation for the Hopewell culture possessing the knowledge to grow maize, squash, and beans?

  • D. They learned it from contact with cultures living between them and Mesoamerica.


Bellringer 31 jan 3 feb

Bellringer, 31 Jan/3 Feb

  • Which of the following did NOT contribute to a resurgence in the Latin West?

  • A. Isolation

  • B. Competition

  • C. The pursuit of success

  • D. The effective use of borrowed technology and learning


Bellringer 31 jan 3 feb1

Bellringer, 31 Jan/3 Feb

  • Which of the following did NOT contribute to a resurgence in the Latin West?

  • A. Isolation


Exit ticket 31 jan 3 feb

Exit Ticket 31 Jan/3 Feb

  • The word renaissance can best be described as which of the following?

  • A. Rediscovery of Moorish learning

  • B. Extension of Persian culture to Europe

  • C. A two-dimensional school of painting in the Low Countries

  • D. A neo-scholastic movement in Italy after 1450

  • E. A cultural flowering and rebirth of classical learning


Exit ticket 31 jan 3 feb1

Exit Ticket 31 Jan/3 Feb

  • The word renaissance can best be described as which of the following?

  • E. A cultural flowering and rebirth of classical learning

  • (Renaissance translates as “rebirth.” It describes an era of early modern European history beginning around 1450; started in Italy & spread to rest of western Europe; it framed new ways of artistic expression including art, music, & architecture.)


Bellringer 5 6 january

Bellringer, 5/6 January

  • Humanists were affected by which of the following ideas at the start of the Renaissance?

  • A. Scholastic theology

  • B. Greek and Roman values and approaches

  • C. Gallic literature

  • D. Medieval customs

  • E. Hebraic legal systems


Bellringer 5 6 february

Bellringer, 5/6 February

  • Humanists were affected by which of the following ideas at the start of the Renaissance?

  • A. Scholastic theology

  • B. Greek and Roman values and approaches

  • C. Gallic literature

  • D. Medieval customs

  • E. Hebraic legal systems


Bellringer 5 6 february1

Bellringer, 5/6 February

  • Humanists were affected by which of the following ideas at the start of the Renaissance? B. Greek and Roman values and approaches

    • Humanists sought a departure from the medieval worldview and rediscovered many works of the ancient classical thinkers. Philosophy from Athens and Rome enhanced the traditional beliefs. Works that had been unstudied for centuries were uncovered and shared by scholars.


Exit ticket 5 6 february

Exit Ticket, 5/6 February

  • Which of the following personalities exemplifies the renaissance ideal of the multidimensional personality?

  • A. Catherine de Medici

  • B. Louis VI

  • C. Leo II

  • D. Leonardo da Vinci

  • E. Francis of Assisi


Exit ticket 5 6 february1

Exit Ticket, 5/6 February

  • Which of the following personalities exemplifies the renaissance ideal of the multidimensional personality? D. Leonardo da Vinci

    • Leonardo da Vinci came to represent the new man celebrated in the Italian Renaissance. His lifetime of study and observation made him an artist, musician, engineer, and scientist. Patronized by powerful Italian princes, Leonardo painted, sculpted, and invented. His notebooks show drawings that anticipated technologies that would not appear for centuries.


Bellringer 7 11 february

Bellringer, 7/11 February

  • Why did the Renaissance originate in the city-states of northern Italy?

  • A. Urban artisans provided financial backing.

  • B. Expatriate Chinese artists settled there, providing artistic training.

  • C. Urban elites grown rich in trade hubs provided financial backing.

  • D. The bubonic plague depleted the countryside more heavily, destroying rural centers of artistic innovation.

  • E. Techniques left behind after Ottoman occupation formed the basis for new explorations in art.


Bellringer 7 11 february1

Bellringer, 7/11 February

  • Why did the Renaissance originate in the city-states of northern Italy?

  • C. Urban elites grown rich in trade hubs provided financial backing.

    • Families such as the de’Medici (House of Medici) of Florence symbolize this phenomenon. Lorenzo the Magnificent sponsored Michelangelo.


Exit ticket 7 10 february

Exit Ticket, 7/10 February

  • Modern historians see the Renaissance as

  • A. A sudden break from the Dark Ages

  • B. Less as a sudden break and more as the culmination of processes that were going on since medieval times

  • C. Caused solely by the rediscovery of classical texts

  • D. Caused solely by Muslim influence


Exit ticket 7 10 february1

Exit Ticket, 7/10 February

  • Modern historians see the Renaissance as

  • B. Less as a sudden break and more as the culmination of processes that were going on since medieval times


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