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  • Social Studies for 10th E.G.B. | Teacher: Mauricio Torres
  •  We have very short time to do this practice so try to do your best in the least amount of time. Write the answers and questions on a sheet of paper or on your notebook. Think your answers well, be cool and remember what you have learned in class. Use your own words. Pay attention: follow instructions carefully. Don’t shout out the answers! Concentrate on your test, be quiet and… GOOD LUCK!
  •  1.- King Affonso was from:  Kongo  Asante  Oyo  Kenya
  •  2.- Why was Henry the Navigator so important?  He sponsored expeditions  He was the first recorded European to reach the southern tip of Africa  As a cartographer, he drew the most important maps for the Portuguese  None of the above
  •  3.- “a political system in South Africa that legally separated people of different races” is:  Imperialism  Middle Men  Apartheid  None of the above.
  •  4.- In what year did the British commence the slave trade?  1542  1562  1652  1642
  •  5.- What boosted the slave trade?  Large profits  Low prices  Economic difficulties  The labor needed in the Americas
  •  6.- Where was Mobutu Sese Seko from?  Democratic Republic of Congo  Nigeria  Kenya  Kingdom of Mali
  •  1.- Why were western-educated Africans discontent with colonial rule?
  •  2.- Why did nations of the African interior fall apart and the ones along the coastline rise?
  •  1.- List two reasons why you think the Portuguese did not seek to colonize Africa at first and only create outposts.
  •  Use this time to check your answers. Correct them if needed Don´t cheat on yourself, this is a practice of your skills and capabilities. Learn from your mistakes and… ADAPT!
  •  1.- King Affonso was from:  Kongo  Asante  Oyo  Kenya
  •  2.- Why was Henry the Navigator so important?  He sponsored expeditions  He was the first recorded European to reach the southern tip of Africa  As a cartographer, he drew the most important maps for the Portuguese  None of the above
  •  3.- “a political system in South Africa that legally separated people of different races” is:  Imperialism  Middle Men  Apartheid  None of the above.
  •  4.- In what year did the British commence the slave trade?  1542  1562  1652  1642
  •  5.- What boosted the slave trade?  Large profits  Low prices  Economic difficulties  The labor needed in the Americas
  •  6.- Where was Mobutu Sese Seko from?  Democratic Republic of Congo  Nigeria  Kenya  Kingdom of Mali
  •  1.- Why were western-educated Africans discontent with colonial rule?  Because they felt ill treated and could only get the worst jobs.  They realized that Europeans had no right to rule over them.
  •  2.- Why did nations of the African interior fall apart and the ones along the coastline rise?  Because the ones on the coastline would kidnap people from the interior to sell them as slaves, thus reaching economic prosperity and destroying entire nations due to lack of people.
  •  1.- List two reasons why you think the Portuguese did not seek to colonize Africa at first and only create outposts.  They needed only to supply ships en route to Asia  Their first goal was not to establish colonies.
  •  Check your notes from class. Visit the website: ssclasstorremar.wordpress.com Review some information from your book. Use this practice as a guideline. And study…