1 SS6 Unit 1: Latin America Summative Assessment Review
2 1. Which is found near the 1 on the map? a. Panama Canal b. Atacama Desert c. Andes Mountains d. Sierra Madre Mountains
3 2. Which number on the map marks the country of Cuba? Map at the right: a. 2 b. 3 c. 5 d. 6
4 3. What are the main sources of air pollution in Mexico City? a. intense sunlight b. the high altitude c. factories and cars d. cars that produce little or no air pollution
5 4. Which is a problem associated with deforestation? a. More oxygen is available on the planet. b. Poor people earn money from selling trees. c. Native people have too much forest for their needs. d. There is less forest to produce goods that humans need.
6 5. What trend is there in deforestation after 2004? a. The amount of deforestation is going up. b. The amount of deforestation is going down. c. Deforestation levels have stayed about the same. d. Deforestation levels are lower than they were in the 1980s.
7 6. What problem has been caused by oil production in Venezuela? a. About 15 percent of U.S. oil comes from Venezuela. b. The coast along the Caribbean Sea has been polluted with oil. c. Lake Maracaibo has become the largest lake in South America. d. Venezuela is more polluted than other South American countries.
8 7. Which region of Mexico has the most people? a. Central Plateau b. northern deserts c. tropical beaches d. Sierra Madre Mountains
9 8. Which is a negative result of Venezuela s oil business? a. Health care services have improved. b. Pollution has damaged the air and land. c. Education for poor children has improved. d. Road and telephone networks have been expanded.
10 9. Where do most Brazilians live in their country? a. in the interior b. along the Amazon River c. in the Amazon rain forest d. along the eastern coastal area
11 10. What has been the major export for Cuba for the past two hundred years? a. fish b. fruits c. sugar d. coffee
12 11. Which country supported Cuba until 1991? a. Canada b. Venezuela c. Soviet Union d. United States
13 12. Who is Brazil s largest trading partner? a. Cuba b. Guyana c. Venezuela d. United States
14 13. In which industries do Cuba and Brazil compete with each other for trade with other countries? a. coffee, sugar, tourism b. Brazil nuts, tobacco, nickel c. iron ore, soybeans, footwear d. tobacco, autos, medical products
15 14. What are the three main sources of the cultural groups of Latin America and the Caribbean? a. Africans, Mulattoes, Catholics b. Africans, Europeans, Native Americans c. Mestizos, Native Americans, Europeans d. Native Americans, Mulattoes, Europeans
16 15. How is the Day of the Dead an example of blended culture? a. It is celebrated by traditional African cultures. b. A Roman Catholic holiday is given a new name in Mexico. c. The Roman Catholic holiday is celebrated in a way which includes Native American traditions. d. The traditional Native American belief is celebrated in the same way that it has been for thousands of years.
17 16. What are the two primary language of Latin America? a. English and French b. French and Spanish c. Portuguese and English d. Spanish and Portuguese
18 17. On what common language are the languages of Spain and Portugal based? a. Spanish b. Portuguese c. ancient Latin d. ancient German
19 18. Why does the term Latin America fit as a description for the regions of Central and South America and the Caribbean? a. The people in these countries speak Latin. b. The countries share similar histories and culture. c. The people in these countries speak languages that come from Latin. d. The countries share similar histories and culture, and they mostly speak languages based on Latin.
20 19. Why do some countries have higher literacy rates for boys than for girls? a. Boys enjoy learning to read and write more than girls do. b. Girls enjoy learning to read and write more than boys do. c. Some cultures believe that it is not as important for girls to learn to read and write as it is for boys. d. Some cultures believe that it is not as important for boys to learn to read and write as it is for girls.
21 20. If a businesswoman wanted to build a factory and have educated workers, which country would be the best choice? a. Brazil b. Bolivia c. Mexico d. Guatemala
22 21. What type of government exists in Mexico? a. monarchy b. communist c. parliamentary democracy d. presidential democracy
23 22. What type of government exists in Cuba? a. monarch b. dictatorship c. presidential democracy d. parliamentary democracy
24 23. Which term describes how political power is distributed in Cuba? a. federal government b. unitary government c. aristocratic government
25 Use timeline above to answer question 24: 24. Which statement describes the economy of Brazil? a. Brazil has a pure market economy. b. Brazil has a pure command economy. c. Brazil is mostly a market economy, but the government does control some businesses. d. Brazil is mostly a command economy, but the government allows some farmers to sell some of their goods on their own.
26 25. What is an advantage of specialization? a. Factories cannot produce goods as quickly. b. Workers do not become experts in their jobs. c. A factory can produce more goods in less time and for less money. d. Businesses cannot sell as many types of goods when they specialize.
27 26. A main purpose of NAFTA was to a. increase trade by creating a large free-trade zone. b. create tariffs between Canada, Mexico, and the United States. c. decrease the standard of living for some people while raising it for others. d. keep people in one country from buying goods from the other two countries.
28 27. Which issues did some people think would be a problem related to NAFTA? a. increases in immigrants from Mexico to the United States. b. decreases in income to governments because of lower tariffs. c. increases in pollution in Mexico and the southwest United States. d. decreases in the standard of living for the people of the three countries.
29 28. Which problem did many Americans believe would result from NAFTA? a. American factory workers would lose jobs. b. The countries would not have a strong central government. c. More immigrants would come to the United States from Mexico. d. Rules about trading fairly between different countries would be removed.
30 29. Which is an example of investment in human capital? a. trucks b. factories c. education d. highways
31 30. How does investment in capital by companies help a country increase its GDP? a. The GDP of a country goes down when companies make more money. b. Companies that invest in capital are able to provide a better place for their workers to work. c. Highly trained workers help the company be more profitable by finding ways to help the company work better. d. When a company invests in capital, it can produce more goods at a better price and increase the profit that it makes
32 31. Which natural resources are the greatest help to the economies of some countries in Latin America? a. forests, oil, water b. steel, natural gas, fertile soil c. fertile soil, forests, mountains d. forests, hydroelectric power, oil
33 32. Which statement explains what items in box have in common? a. They are ways to invest extra money. b. They are things that wealthy people purchase. c. Banks sell them as a way to improve their profits. d. They are bought by people as a way to save money.
34 33. Which modern country includes land that was part of the Inca Empire? a. Peru b. Brazil c. Panama d. Venezuela
35 34. The king of Spain rewarded Pizarro for his plan to conquer the Incas by a. making him viceroy. b. allowing him to travel with Balboa. c. building him a palace in Lima, Peru. d. letting him keep all the gold he found.
36 35. What did Atahualpa hope to keep when he gave away 24 tons of gold and silver to Pizarro? a. his life b. his family c. his palace d. his empire
37 36. Which animal helped native people hunt and trade over a larger area? a. pig b. goat c. horse d. sheep
38 37. What was the Columbian Exchange? a. sending food and people from the Old World to the New World b. sending animals and plants from the Old World to the New World c. the moving of animals, plants, people, and diseases from Central and South America to North America d. the moving of animals, plants, people, and diseases from the Old World to the New World and from the New World to the Old
39 38. Which foods came to Europe from Central and South America? a. peaches, coffee, corn, wheat b. coffee, peaches, sugar, wheat c. coffee, sugar, cocoa, peaches d. corn, peppers, potatoes, tomatoes
40 39. Where did Europeans in the sixteenth century find a cheap labor source for work in the New World? a. slaves from Africa b. settlers that came from Europe c. peasants from Spain and Portugal d. indigenous people of Central and South America
41 40. Which is one reason Europeans chose slaves from Africa as a labor source in the New World? a. The New World had diseases that did not affect African workers. b. European workers did not know how to do farm and mining work. c. Indigenous people were in short supply due to warfare and disease. d. Settlers from Europe did not know how to operate large plantations.
42 41. When did slavery end for most parts of Latin America? a. after the slaves revolted b. as countries got independence from Europe c. after the kings of Spain and Portugal outlawed slavery d. when the people of the country voted to free the slaves
43 42. Which two European countries contributed most to the languages of Latin America? a. England and Spain b. Spain and Portugal c. France and Portugal d. England and Portugal
44 43. What is the most common religion of Latin America? a. Creole b. Aymara c. Quechua d. Roman Catholic
45 44. How did the Spanish government have an influence on the spread of the Roman Catholic Church in the New World? a. The Catholic Church controlled Spain. b. Spanish royalty did not support the Catholic Church. c. It paid to build missions to bring Christianity to the native population. d. Churches from other parts of the world did not send missionaries to the New World.
46 45. What was the main job of the priests, friars, and monks sent by Spain to the New World? a. find food and shelter for the poor b. convert the Indians to Christianity c. build missions to serve the settlers d. minister to the armies of the Spanish king
47 46. Which important goal did Toussaint L Ouverture want to achieve? a. freedom for the slaves in Saint Dominique b. improved production on sugar cane plantations c. control of the French, Spanish, and British armies in the Caribbean d. a meeting with the French government in France to get better working conditions
48 47. Simon Bolivar was known as the liberator for which people? a. Mexicans b. Spanish soldiers c. South Americans d. Indigenous people
49 48. Which country got its independence because of Simon Bolivar s efforts? a. Canada b. Mexico c. Venezuela d. United States
50 49. Miguel Hidalgo was known as the father of independence for which country? a. Peru b. Bolivia c. Mexico d. Venezuela
51 50. Who took over as dictator of Cuba in 1959? a. Fidel Castro b. Raul Castro c. John F. Kennedy d. Fulgencio Batista
52 51. What was one reaction the United States had to Cuba taking over property owned by Americans? a. The United States threatened a nuclear attach. b. The United States put an embargo of Cuban goods c. the United States wanted Cuba to trade with other countries. d. An agreement was reached to limit the number of Cubans entering the United States.
53 52. Which country helped Castro build Cuba into a communist country? a. Mexico b. Venezuela c. Soviet Union d. United States
54 53. The Zapatistas did not like NAFTA because they believed it would a. mean U.S. factories would move to Mexico. b. force Mexicans to move to the United States. c. hurt businesses in Canada and the United States. d. cause poor Mexican farmers to go out of business.
55 54. Which group do the Zapatistas support? a. Canadian farmers b. U.S. factory workers c. indigenous people of Mexico d. poor farmers in North America
56 55. What did Zapatistas do to show they were against NAFTA? a. attacked government troops in Mexico City b. took over several towns in southern Mexico c. formed friendships with groups in other countries with similar goals d. worked with the government on agreements to improve the rights of poor Mexicans
57 Answer key 1- D 2- C 3- C 4- D 5- B 6- B 7- A 8- B 9- D 10- C 11- C 12- D 13- A 14- B 15- C 16- D 17- C 18- D 19- C 20- C 21- D 22- B 23- B 24- C 25- C 26- A 27- C 28- A 29- C 30- D 31- A 32- A 33- A 34- A 35- A 36- C 37- D 38- D 39- A 40- C 41- B 42- B 43- D 44- C 45- B 46- A 47- C 48- C 49- C 50- A 51- B 52- C 53- D 54- C 55- B
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