Part I: Definitions (30)
You will be required to identify and explain the significance of 15 key terms. There will be choice in this section.
Each definition is worth 2 marks each so be sure to write enough for full marks, in full sentences.
Part II: Visual Representations (20)
You will be required to discuss four (4) visuals that we have discussed throughout the course, analyzing how each is significant to one of the themes we have studied and/or what insight it gives us into the period that created it.
Each visual will be worth 5 marks – your answer should be in a well structured paragraph with an introduction, conclusion and supporting points.
Part III: Maps (10)
You will be required to label two (2) maps – one on ancient Greece & one on ancient Rome. Each map will contain 5 cities or geographic features that you must identify and note their significance (there will be choice) – ½ mark for placement, ½ mark for significance.
Part IV: Essay Questions (40)
You will be required to write two (2) essay questions based on material we have discussed throughout the course.
These will be essays relating to the major themes of the course and might deal with Greece, Rome or a combination or comparison of both. Each essay will be worth 20 marks.
We will have an exam review on Thursday where we will generate a list of key terms, locations, and figures. We will also review the major themes.