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Date Created: 10/05/16
Wednesday 10/5/16 –Review Exam #1 ~ Correction on my lecturenotesfromMonday,thetableat theend,it’s“materialand ideationalPower”,not “nationalpower?”~ 1. Readcarefully &take your time!! 2. Multiple choice 3. True/False 4. One-sentence short answer (this b/c this) 5. Go back, look at your memos and section discussions a. Drones (should we have them? Are they inany way beneficial) b. Refugees (letthem in? Pros/cons) c. Roleof the U.S. in the world (empire or not? Culture influence? Military power?) 6. 2 other “why” questions 7. Map quiz, the Middle East(there is one on BB) 8. Might be… a. Syria conflict b. Identify countries as they relate to the Syria crisis ~ ingeneral it’s likea big vocab test ~ Key terminology, key concepts “suchand such theorists believethis” CRIB SHEET – double sided Multiple choice: 10 questions, 2 pts each T/F: 15 questions, 2 pts One sentence: 5questions, 4 pts each(partial credit available) Map section, relationships to other countries o It matters ifcountries touch borders. Allies justmay not exists.Geography matters Strategy #2 1. (make the tableon my previous note) 2. there are more realismand liberalismarguments 3. While there is more questions on realismand liberalism,feminismand constructivism are still on the test 4. Economic structivism is Marxism! (fun fact ) 5. Make other tables ifitfits your interest Strategy #3 1. WWI 2. Napoleon 3. Who was involved and why 4. “Actors, Events, Trends” 5. basicallymakeyour own timeline Open-Floor status of refugees why countries do/don’t let refugees in Is this an example of _______(T/F) Liberals would argueX,Y,Z (T/F) Know a basis ofwhich countries are allied Apply theories to real life/current events What’s the balanceof power in the Syrian conflict Look atthe vocab inthe textbook
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