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  1. Bellringer • Which country from Chapter 4 would you like to learn more about and why? • Countries are: India, Pakistan, and Vietnam • Get out a blank sheet of paper with your name, date, and period, Chapter 3 & 4 Pretest at the top, and number 1-32 • Get out your notes from yesterday if we did not finish filling everything out from Chapter 4-5 over Vietnam

  2. Bellringer • What are three facts you learned from Chapter 4? • Put your completed Bellringer in the tray • Put your Chapter 3 & 4 Notes in the tray • Get out an old Scantron if you have one • After your Chapter 3 & 4 Vocabulary Quiz and Chapter 3 & 4 Test, you need to complete Chapter 5 & 6 Vocabulary Terms (16 Words)

  3. Extra Credit • 3 Boxes of Tissues • Poster over 3 topics that you enjoyed learning about this year • 5 facts over each topic • 1 picture over each topic • 1 page typed paper over 3 topics that you enjoyed learning about this year • 12 point font • Times New Roman • Double Spaced • 1-inch Margins • Title Page with Name, Date, Period, and Title • Due by April 30th!!!

  4. Section 3-1 Review Questions • What is the Ring of Fire? Chain of volcanoes surrounding the Pacific Ocean • What are the main rivers of South Asia? Ganges and Indus • Why are the river valleys of South and Southeast Asia more heavily populated than the mountainous regions? River valleys are fertile and good for growing crops

  5. Section 3-2 Review • What are some characteristics of the rainy season during the summer in India? Winds bring rain from June through early October • Where are the Ghat Mountains located? Along the west coast of India

  6. Section 3-3 Review Questions • Name three natural resources of South and Southeast Asia. Fertile land, minerals such as iron, copper, and tin; rain forests • How do natural resources affect how people live? Fertile soil- food and cash crops Rain forests- bamboo, dyes, oils, chemicals, and medicine Conservation efforts- Too much logging has damaged rain forests and countries are now trying to save them

  7. Section 1 Review • Who was Mohandas K. Gandhi? Leader of the Indian independence movement against the British • How did the Aryan invasion shape South Asian culture? Aryans introduced caste system and the Hindu religion 3. What religions have influenced the cultures of South Asia? Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam

  8. Section 2 Review • What is Angkor Wat? Hindu temple in Cambodia • How did China and India affect the cultures of Southeast Asia? Chinese invaded Vietnam and they adopted their farming methods, government, and religions of Hinduism and Buddhism • Why were many Southeast Asians hopeful when the Japanese invaded the regions during WWII? They hoped that a Japanese victory would end colonialism • Why were they disappointed? Japanese authority was just as harsh as colonial rule

  9. Section 3 Review • Who was Indira Gandhi? First female prime minister of India and daughter of Jawaharlal Nehru • How is the caste system different in cities and rural villages? Cities- People are more tolerant and ready for change Rural- Everyone knows everyone else’s cast and change is slower • What rights have women gained since independence? They can vote, engage in business, free to enter public life, and take careers outside of the home

  10. Section 4 Review • What is Kashmir? Region the Indus River flows through claimed by Pakistan and India • Why is the Indus River crucial to Pakistani farmers? Farmers need the water to irrigate their crops so the land will not turn into desert • What industries have emerged since Pakistan became a nation? Industries produce textile, chemical products, steel, and automobiles

  11. Section 5 Review • Who was Ho Chi Minh? Vietnamese communist leader • Who was Ngo Dinh Diem? Leader of south Vietnam • What is Ho Chi Minh City? Vietnam’s most prosperous city • What conflicts have divided Vietnam? After Vietnam defeated France, the country was divided North took over the South • What successes has Vietnam had in rebuilding its economy? Allowed some free enterprise, which has helped improve lives

  12. Chapter 3 & 4 Review- Asia

  13. About 40 million years ago, the Indian subcontinent collided with Asia and formed the • Bay of Bengal • Indus River • Himalaya Mountains • Indian Ocean

  14. The natural resources of South and Southeast Asia include land, minerals, and • industries • water • medicines • chemicals

  15. Which important South Asian rivers begin high in the Himalayas Mountains? • Ganges and the Brahmaputra • Indus and the Brahmaputra • Indus and Ganges • Nile and Ganges

  16. One danger facing the rain forests of South and Southeast Asia is • lack of water • logging • extreme cold • monsoon rains

  17. The nations of Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Singapore, and Thailand form • islands of Southeast Asia • South Asia • Indian subcontinent • mainland Southeast Asia

  18. How do the Himalaya Mountains affect the weather during the winter months in South Asia? • They block the bitter cold from reaching the region • They cause heavy rains throughout the region • They create extremely hot weather throughout the region • They allow the dry, cold air to reach the region

  19. The river valleys of South and Southeast Asia are more heavily populated than the mountain regions because of • fertile farmland • industrial centers • many rain forests • cold weather

  20. Much of Southeast Asia has a climate that is described as • Mild • Warm • Arid • Tropical wet

  21. The single most important factor that affects the climate of South Asia is • Himalaya Mountains • Monsoons • Ghat Mountains • Bay of Bengal

  22. A Southeast nation made up of thousands of islands • Textile • Phillipines • Quota • boycott

  23. The custom of covering heads and faces with veils • Textile • Purdah • Kashmir • Quota

  24. He led the Vietnamese Communists to defeat the French • Angkor Wat • Siddhartha Gautama • Ngo Dinh Diem • Ho Chi Minh

  25. A class of people in India • Caste • Refugee • Boycott • Phillipines

  26. The world’s largest religious complex; a Hindu temple • Kashmir • Angkor Wat • Quota • Dictator

  27. A leader of South Vietnam who refused to uphold his part of the treaty between North and South Vietnam • Mohandas K. Ghandi • Kashmir • Ngo Dinh Diem • Indira Ghandi

  28. A division • Caste • Partition • Quota • Dictator

  29. Chandragupta Maurya’s grandson who gave up war and violence and freed his prisoners • Drought • Nationalist • SiddhartahGuatama • Asoka

  30. A leader who has absolute power • Colony • Purdah • Quota • Dictator

  31. A law making body • Automotive • Textile • Drought • Parliament

  32. India’s greatest leader who called for people to resist British rule • Mohandas K. Ghandi • Ngo Dinh Diem • Asoka • Kashmir

  33. Why do both Pakistan and India claim Kashmir? • In order to control the government • In order to control the industries • In order to control the waters of the Indus River • In order to control the farmland

  34. What is an industry that puts together vehicles? • Boycott • Caste • Automotive • Purdah

  35. Why do the majority of South Asians live in the river valleys of the regions? • The land is cheap • The land is fertile • The land is dry • The land is flat

  36. Under leader Ho Chi Minh, the Vietnamese Communists defeated their colonial ruler, • Germany • Great Britain • China • France

  37. Someone who flees their country because of war • Boycott • Drought • Refugee • Quota

  38. Originally named Saigon; it is the most prosperous city in Vietnam • Angkor Wat • Ho Chi Minh City • Philippines • Purdah

  39. After the United States pulled out of Vietnam, what happened to the country? • It was reunited a Communist government • It was divided into two countries • It was reunited under a democratic government • It established colonies in other Southeast Asian countries

  40. A land of high mountains and beautiful lakes claimed by India, Pakistan, and China since 1947 • Purdah • Angkor Wat • Kashmir • Ho Chi Minh City

  41. Woman who became the first female prime minister of India and is the daughter of India’s first prime minister • Indira Ghandi • Mohandas K. Ghandi • Ho Chi Minh • Siddhartha Gautama

  42. Because of Southeast Asia’s tropical wet climate, the region is covered with • Plateaus • Highlands • Mountains • Rain forests

  43. A territory ruled by another nation • Dictator • Nationalist • Parliament • Colony

  44. Prince who founded the Buddhist religion • Siddhartha Gautama • Indira Ghandi • Ho Chi Minh • Asoka

  45. Other Items to Know • Be sure to study the review questions at the end of each section • Be sure to study the maps at the end of Chapters 3 & 4