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CORE 9.17.13. CRQ Practice. What is the MSL?. Measure of Student Learning Your “EOC/EOG” for this class! Counts as 20% of your final grade! 24 multiple choice questions 6 Constructed Response Questions. What is a CRQ?. C ONSTRUCTED R ESPONSE Q UESTION

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CRQ Practice

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CORE 9.17.13

## CRQ Practice

### What is the MSL?

• Measure of Student Learning

• Your “EOC/EOG” for this class!

• 24 multiple choice questions

• 6 Constructed Response Questions

### What is a CRQ?

• CONSTRUCTED RESPONSE QUESTION

• Short answer question that can be worth multiple points.

• Sometimes uses a document

• What types of documents could you see?

### Constructed Response Questions

Vocabulary To Know:

• Trace: list in steps

• Analyze: break apart

• Infer: read between the lines

• Evaluate: judge

• Formulate: create

• Support: Back up with Details

• Explain: Tell how

• Summarize: Give the short version

• Compare: All the ways they are alike

• Contrast All the ways they are different

• Predict: What will happen next

### How many points would this be worth?

• Explain 2 causes of WWI.

2. Describe 3 contributions Ancient Rome left on the world.

### Let’s Take A Look…

• Explain AT LEAST 3 contributions of either the Classical Greek OR Roman civilizations.

• SCORING RUBRIC:

• Answer relates to topic of question

• Answer meets all the parameter of the question

### What If We Didn’t Study This?!

I.) Owing to the centuries of division . . . the various parts of the country had developed differently. . . . This caused divergences not only in the spoken but in the written language. . . . Thus difficulties arose if, for instance, a man from the old territory of Ch’in [Qin] was to be transferred as an official to the east: he could not properly understand the language and could not read the borrowed words. . . . The government therefore ordered that the language of the whole country should be unified, and that a definite style of writing should be generally adopted.

In the various feudal states there had been different weights and measures in use, and this had led to great difficulties in the centralization of the collection of taxes. The centre of administration . . . had grown . . . into a thickly populated city with very large requirements of food. . . . The grain supplied in payment of taxation had to be brought in from far around, partly by cart. The only roads then existing consisted of deep cart-tracks. If the axles were not of the same length for all carts, the roads were simply unusable for many of them. Accordingly a fixed length was laid down for axles.

A History of China, Wolfram Eberhard

The Qin grew from a single city into a feudal state, and on to become the first imperial dynasty of China. Summarize the lasting impact of one achievement of the Qin Dynasty.

### What If We Didn’t Study This?!

World Population Growth

Year World Population

1960 3 billion

2012 7 billion

+12 years +1 billion

Explain 3 potential environmental consequences of the population growth indicated by the chart.