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Name __________________________________________________ Period ________ Date ________________
Chapter 3 – “Ancient Mesopotamia” - Study Guide and Review Packet
Lessons 1, 2, 3 - (p. 78 – 107)
Test date
Study Guide Reminders:
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1.
Text – pages 78-107 (Review pages 106-107 are great!)
2.
Learning Targets sheet for Chapter 3
3.
Master the vocabulary from all three lessons
4.
Read over any notes you took in class or are using from Classzone.com
5.
Look over the various worksheets / packets / notes for this chapter.
6.
Look over quizzes for this chapter
7.
Use activities on Classzone.com
Test Outline:
1.
25 multiple choice and matching questions based on content and vocabulary.
2.
5 multiple choice questions about a map. Map is similar to the map on p.94
3.
Short answer questions based on main ideas and Learning Targets for Ch.3
LT 1 • Why Mesopotamia succeed as a civilization? Why did it fail?
LT 2 • How farming / agriculture affected the people of ancient
Mesopotamia and how they lived.
LT 3 • How did inventions , innovations and technological advances affect /
impact the people of Mesopotamia.
LT 4 • Beliefs / role of religion in the development of the ancient
Mesopotamian culture.
Chapter 3 Review Packet & Study Guide - “Ancient Mesopotamia”
Lessons 1, 2 , 3 - (p. 78 – 107)
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Name __________________________________________________ Period ________ Date ________________
Vocabulary: You will need to know all of the vocabulary words from this chapter, how the words
are used to help explain concepts and key ideas in this chapter.
Lesson 1
Mesopotamia
floodplain
silt
semiarid
drought
surplus
Lesson 2
civilization
Sumer
city-state
ziggurat
polytheism
king
Lesson 3
bronze
pictograph
stylus
cuneiform
scribe
Answer the questions by filling in the spaces with the missing information.
1. ______________ What kind of climate did Mesopotamia have?
2. ______________ The most important structure in a Sumerian city was the --3. ______________ Sumerians were among the first people to make tools of --4. ______________ What was the wedge-shaped writing used by the Sumerians called?
5. ______________ Term used for when there is an advanced form of culture.
6. ______________ A period when not enough rain and snow fall is called a ---7. ______________ This is the geographical term for where a river starts --8. ______________ This is the geographical term for where the river ends / empties --Linking terms: Explain why the words in each pair below are connected with each other.
9. flood plain and silt-
10. Sumer and civilization
11. ziggurat and polytheism
12. pictograph and cuneiform
Use the Chapter 3 Learning Target sheet and the chapter lessons to help you answer the questions.
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Name __________________________________________________ Period ________ Date ________________
Geography and Mesopotamia (Pages 82-87)
13. How did the flooding of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers both help and hurt farmers?
14. Why was irrigation so important to agriculture in Mesopotamia?
The First Civilization (Pages 88-97)
15. How did advances in agriculture contribute to the rise of cities?
16. What role did the temple play in Sumerian society?
17. Explain the religious beliefs of the people in ancient Mesopotamia.
Life in Sumer (Pages 98-105)
18. What roles did women and slaves have in Sumerian religion?
19. What are the characteristics of Sumerian cuneiform writing?
BIG ideas --- Learning Target sheet has a great graphic organizer or look in the book on p. 106.
20. Explain the inventions that impacted the daily lives of the people in ancient Mesopotamia.
21. Sumer was considered the first civilization in ancient Mesopotamia. Explain the traits of a
civilization and how they impacted the people of Sumer.
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