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World Class Education www.kean.edu. HISTORY 3000. Perspectives on History Kean University Union, New Jersey. HISTORY 3000. Goals Prepare for praxis 10087 and 10081 Review Knowledge base for Student Teaching Enrich professional knowledge for current teachers. Dr. Thomas F. Banit

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history 3000

HISTORY 3000

Perspectives on History

Kean University

Union, New Jersey

history 30001
HISTORY 3000

Goals

  • Prepare for praxis 10087 and 10081
  • Review Knowledge base for Student Teaching
  • Enrich professional knowledge for current teachers

Dr. Thomas F. Banit

Professor Emeritus

History Department

Kean University

b a history teacher certification program
134 Credit Program

45 credits in History

-focus on American and Western Civilization courses

-Supported by African, Asian, Latin American And Middle Eastern Courses

Complemented by:

-18 credits in Social Sciences

-Kean University Historical Society

-Phi Alpha Theta

-Special Programs and Speaker Offerings throughout the academic year

B.A. History / Teacher Certification Program
course overview
1. 13 Lectures by Experts in Each Field

Introduction

Pol Sci / Geog

Eco / Soc-Psy-Anth

U.S. History (3)

-Exploration to

Constitution

-Early National

to New America

-Post Civil War to Present

European History (3)

-Ancient Civ to High Mid Ages

-Late Mid Ages to Early Modern Govt

-French Rev to Present

Asian History

Latin American History

Course Overview
course overview cont
Middle Eastern History

African History

Each session is taught by an academic specialist in the respective field.

2. Assessment

Weekly Open Book Reading Quizzes Completed Online

Midterm (Week 7) and final

(Week 15) Closed Note Exams Completed in Person at Kean University

Course Overview (cont.)
course overview cont1
Complete Course Syllabus:

-At this point, Please Down load, print, and Review the course syllabus in detail

Questions?

-Please contact the History 3000 Course Coordinator,

Dr. Jonathan Mercantini, at jmercant@kean.edu

Course Overview (Cont.)
course readings
Students should purchase the course Readings Listed on the Syllabus and complete the work before each lecture

Professors’ Special Guides will be linked to each lecture

Brun, et. al., Global History and Geography: The Growth of Civilizations

Gordon, American History

Cliffs Notes, Economics Review

Course Readings
praxis ii 10081 10087 practice test
PRAXIS II 10081 / 10087 PRACTICE TEST
  • The practice test is designed in a similar manner to the PRAXIS 10081, which is presently comprised of multiple choice questions covering the various areas of history and associated social sciences. PRAXIS 10087 currently also includes several short written answers. PRAXIS 10081will also contain written answers in the near future or possibly in the present depending on the date.
  • Note: Graphics in this course are provided courtesy of McGraw-Hill Companies, 2010.
practice test directions
Practice Test Directions

Listeners should now continue with the

Down loaded Practice Test. Complete the

30 questions in 30 minutes and then proceed

on and find / listen to the correct

Answers in the History 3000 Podcast.

Students should answer at least

23-25 Questions correctlyas a sign of

success on the practice test.

question 1 sociology
Question #1: Sociology

Which of the following terms best

expresses the effect of overseas

settlement on human, animal, and plant life?

A. Diffusion

B. Segregation

C. Isolation

D. Rejection

E. Amalgamation

question 2 sociology
Question #2: Sociology

A household containing a married couple,

their children, and relatives such as aunts,

uncles, and grandparents is called :

A. a joint family

B. a polygamous family

C. an established family

D. a nuclear family

E. an extended family

question 3 geography
Question #3: Geography

The foothills at the base of the Appalachian

Mountains are known as the:

A. Prairies

B. Continental Divide

C. Ridge and valley

D. Coastal Plain

E. Piedmont

question 4 political science
Question #4: Political Science

Holding an election by party members in

order to name candidates for political

offices is called a:

A. Party Caucus

B. General election

C. Direct Primary

D. Party Convention

E. Straw vote

question 5 political science
Question #5: Political Science

The right of a people of a state to demand

that a bill passed by the legislature be put

to a popular vote is called:

A. Pocket veto

B. Initiative

C. Local Option

D. Referendum

E. Popular sovereignty

question 6 geography what is the determining factor in defining this scene as desert
Question #6: GeographyWhat is the determining factor in defining this scene as “desert”?

Mountains

Rainfall

Temperature

Latitude

Longitude

question 7 history
Question #7: History

The United States fought in the following

Wars: I. Mexican War, II. Spanish -American

War, III. Civil War, IV. War of 1812. Place

them in chronological order starting with

the earliest.

  • IV, I, III, II
  • II, IV, III, I
  • III, I, IV, I
  • I, IV, II, III
  • II, I, IV, III
question 8 economics history
“The American beauty Rose

can be produced in the

splendor and fragrance,

which brings joy to its

beholder only by

sacrificing the early

buds, which grow up

around it. This is not an

evil tendency in business.

It is merely the working

out of a law of nature

and of God.”

A.Transcen-

Dentalism

B. Fabian

Socialism

C. Social

Darwinism

D. Religious

Utopianism

E.Progres-

sivisim.

Question #8: Economics / History

Read the following quote and select the correct economic term associated with it.

question 9 economics history

Question # 9: Economics / History

The author of the quotation in

Question # 8 was:

Abraham Lincoln

John D. Rockefeller

Karl Marx

D. Theodore Roosevelt

George Bernard Shaw

question 10 history geography
Question #10: History / Geography

What time period in

History is reflected

in this map?

  • 800 - 700 B.C.E.
  • 1945 - 1990 C.E.
  • 1814 - 1914 C.E.
  • 1620-1776 C.E.
  • 1000-1350 C.E.
question 11 history

Question #11: History

As a modern Chinese citizen, what two

developments would instill national pride

in you?

Sailing research/ wheel

Industrial revolution / scientific revolution

Mass production / steel

Paper / gunpowder

Tobacco / rice

question 12 history
Question #12: History

The following quote refers to which ethnic

group? “Their group loyalty and talent for

politics in a democratic medium made them

the first and most enduring bloc in American

politics.”

  • Irish
  • Vietnamese
  • Germans
  • Catholics
  • Italians
question 13 history
Question # 13: History

The children of unions between Spanish men

and Indian women, especially in Mexico and

Peru, were called:

  • Peninsulares
  • Half-breeds
  • Creoles
  • Indentures
  • Mestizos
question 14 history
Question #14: History

Following America’s entry into World War

II, civil liberties were most conspicuously

violated by the:

  • Restraints of freedom of speech and press
  • Persecution of the Communist Party
  • Deportation of German-Americans
  • Suppression of political dissent
  • Relocation of Japanese - Americans
question 15 anthropology
Question #15: Anthropology

Taking field notes and acting as a

“participant observer” most likely describes

  • Sociologist
  • Archaeologist
  • Political Scientist
  • Anthropologist
  • Psychologist
question 16 history
Question #16: History

Which one of the following served as the

leader of China following the fall of the

Manchu Dynasty?

A. Mao Zedong

B. Jiang Jieshi

C. Sun Yat-sen

D. Ngo Dinh Diem

E. Kuo Mintang

question 17 history
Question #17: History

This Hawaiian leader

Became important in

American foreign

Policy during what

time period?

  • 1930s
  • 1850s
  • 1890s
  • 1960s
  • 1830s
question 18 economics
Question #18: Economics

When a manufacturer produces one more unit of

something (i.e., car, pen, computer, etc.) the increase

in cost to produce that item is called:

  • Marginal Cost
  • Monetary Policy
  • Increasing Returns
  • Fixed Costs
  • Microeconomics
question 19 economics
Question #19: Economics

AmericanEconomic Output by region

During the

production year,

which area of the

nation was most

consistent in

meeting its

production goals?

  • North
  • South
  • East
  • West
  • None was successful
question 20 psychology
Question #20: Psychology

Behaviorism was developed by which one

of the following social scientists?

  • Margaret Mead
  • Sigmund Freud
  • Aristotle
  • James Watson
  • Carl Jung
question 21 political science
Question #21: Political Science

The debate over private gun ownership

revolves mainly around which one of the

constitutional amendments?

  • III
  • IV
  • II
  • XVI
  • XIV
question 22 history
Select the correct

chronological

order for the

events /Persons /

etc. in American

History found in

the right column

5,3,2,1,4

4,1,5,2,3

5,1,5,3,2

1,3,5,4,2

3,1,4,2,5

Events / Persons,

etc.

Andrew Johnson presidency

Panama canal opens

President Kennedy assassinated

Bill of Rights ratified

Closing of the West

Question # 22: History
question 23 history
Question #23: History

What does the

picture most

accurately depict?

  • American west-

ward movement

B. Colonialism

C. Suffragism

D. Progressivism

E. Monotheism

question 24 history
Question #24: History

Which one of the following terms, laws,

persons was not involved in American Race

issues during the early 20th Century?

  • Ku Klux Klan
  • Marcus Garvey
  • Scopes “Monkey Trial”
  • Jim Crow
  • “The Birth of a Nation”
question 25 economics history
Question #25: Economics / History

Assume that the following five people were

holding a mythical conversation on

economics. Which one would most strongly

argue for a laissez-faire approach to the

Economy?

  • John D. Rockefeller
  • Karl Marx
  • Adolph Hitler
  • Mao Zedong
  • Jawaharlal Nehru
question 26 history
Question 26: History

The famous spy-

photo was important

in which American

Cold War foreign

policy Situation?

  • Cuba
  • Haiti
  • Dominican Republic
  • Nicaragua
  • Mexico
question 27 history
Question #27: History

After examining the following pairs of

islands, identify the set that contains the

island first attacked by the Japanese and the

final island seized by American forces

before we dropped the atomic bomb on Japan.

  • Hawaii / Midway
  • Taiwan / Iwo Jima
  • Hawaii / okinawa
  • Tarawa / Makin
  • Guadalcanal / Truk
question 28 history
Question #28: History

The Cold War largely ended when two

Leaders decided on cooperation instead of

confrontation. Who were the two people

included in these negotiations?

  • Mikhail Gorbachev / Ronald Reagan
  • Leonid Brezhnev and Jimmy Carter
  • George H.W.Bush / Vladimir Putin
  • Dwight Eisenhower / Nikita Khrushchev
  • Mikhail Gorbachev / George H. W. Bush
question 29 history
Question #29: History

The arrival of Vasco

DaGama in India

depicted in The scene

Represents which

century?

  • 1000s
  • 1200s
  • 1400s
  • 1600s
  • 1800s
question 30 geography
Question #30: Geography

If a person flew from New York City to Cape

Town, South Africa, what geographic

description would best describe the

situation.

  • Landed in the eastern hemisphere north of the equator
  • Flew from the western hemisphere to south of the equator
  • Flew from north of the equator to north of the equator
  • Flew from the eastern hemisphere to north latitudes in the western hemisphere
  • Flew west to the northern hemisphere