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Chapter

20 Assessment

TERMS & NAMES

Case Study: Terrorism Section 4 (pages 653–658)
17. What methods do terrorists employ?

For each term or name below, briefly explain its connection to
global interdependence from 1960 to the present.
1. Internet

6. refugee

2. genetic engineering

7. terrorism

3. global economy

8. USA Patriot Act

4. free trade

9. popular culture

5. political dissent

18. How did the United States respond to the terrorist attacks
of September 11, 2001?

Cultures Blend in a Global Age Section 5 (pages 659–663)
19. Which technologies have had the most powerful impact on
cultural sharing?
20. Why have Western influences had a major impact all over
the world?

10. materialism

MAIN IDEAS
The Impact of Science and Technology Section 1

CRITICAL THINKING

(pages 637–640)

1. USING YOUR NOTES
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Use the
diagram to show how advances in
science and technology have
changed lifestyles.

11. In what ways have science and technology changed the
lives of people today?
12. What was the goal of the green revolution?

Global Economic Development Section 2
(pages 641–647)
13. How are a developed nation and an emerging nation
different?
14. What is the function of the World Trade Organization?

Global Security Issues Section 3 (pages 648–652)
15. What methods has the world community used to resolve
conflicts since World War II?
16. What efforts have been made to guarantee basic
human rights?

Cause
Miniaturization of
computer parts
Expanded global
communication
Genetic research

Effect

2. EVALUATING COURSES OF ACTION
POWER AND AUTHORITY How is the UN working to address the
unresolved problems of the world?
3. IDENTIFYING SOLUTIONS
CULTURAL INTERACTION Imagine you are the culture minister of
a small country. What steps would you take to ensure that your
country’s cultural identity is protected? Explain why you think
these steps would be effective.
4. RECOGNIZING EFFECTS
ECONOMICS How are individuals affected by the global economy?

Global Interdependence

Economics

Culture

Science and Technology

Service industries grow in
developed nations.

Mass media spreads many
cultures.

Space cooperation stretches
horizons.

Free trade expands world
markets.

Popular culture becomes
more international.

Environmental challenges
continue.

Global interdependence
awareness develops.

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Politics

Advanced communications
allow wider contact.

Terrorism and weapons of
mass destruction threaten
global security.

Inventions improve life
and health.

Nations take collective
security actions.

Human rights improve
worldwide.

Immigrants change cultures.

About what? . B. and visuals • statistics on the disease.com B. • references to locations. WRITING ABOUT HISTORY Use the Internet and library resources to find information on SARS. government officials. needs to be done about it Global Interdependence 665 . through discussions with their parents • Diagnostic tests • Strategies C. Use your findings to create the script for a 10-minute television news segment on the discovery and its implications for everyday life. Russia and Argentina. Your report should cover the following topics: • where and when the disease emerged. through Internet bulletin boards ALTERNATIVE ASSESSMENT 1. Consider organizing your questions in four broad categories: science and technology. Japan. D. There has been a steady rise in the number of refugees.” JOSEF JOFFE. Working in a team with three other students. All teenagers communicate in English. from “America the Inescapable” 8 4 0 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 3. D. though haltingly and with heavy accents. Many teenagers have little understanding of world literature. 2. American popular culture plays a major role in teenagers’ lives. they would all be wearing Levi’s and baseball caps. NetExplorations: The Environment Go to NetExplorations at classzone.Page 2 of 2 Use the passage. . and representatives of non-governmental organizations • possible causes and methods of prevention. Which statement best describes the main idea of the excerpt? A. C. they would not discuss Herman Melville or George Gershwin.com to learn more about the environment and the dangers it faces. Number of Refugees. Most teenagers wear American-made clothes. but neither would they compare notes on Dante or Thomas Mann. But how would they relate to one another? They would communicate in English. through school textbooks • Tutorials • Additional practice D. They would debate the merits of Nike versus Converse. Obviously. Israel. sound. The number of refugees has fallen dramatically. Sure. Numbers in Millions 20 Imagine a roomful of 14-year-olds—from Germany. Additional Test Practice. S1—S33 Use the graph and your knowledge of world history to answer question 3. pp. if anything. The point is that they would talk about icons and images “made in the U. and your knowledge of world history to answer questions 1 and 2. of Chameleon versus Netscape.A. C. 2. through the mass media TEST PRACTICE Go to classzone. 1992—2002 1. economics. The script should include • a description and explanation of the discovery • interviews on the subject with scientists. Use your findings to write a brief report. The number of refugees has risen dramatically. do you believe events in other nations affect your life? Which kinds of events are more likely to affect you in a very personal way? Create a survey about global interdependence to ask students in your class or school. • a concluding statement on the overall significance of the discovery and what. Which is the most likely way that teenagers in other countries learn about American popular culture? A. security. There has been a steady fall in the number of refugees. B. Which statement best describes the overall trend shown in this graph? A. Interact with History After reading Chapter 20. . and culture. find information on a recent discovery concerning changes in the environment. which was written by a German journalist.S.