CHAPTER 3 QUIZ 2 REVIEW The colonial style

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CHAPTER 3 QUIZ 2 REVIEW

CHAPTER 3 QUIZ 2 REVIEW

� The “colonial style” of architecture � Was borrowed from Tudor England � Was

� The “colonial style” of architecture � Was borrowed from Tudor England � Was a completely different style from that of Europe � Showed the influence of the American frontier � Was an open log cabin

 Was borrowed from Tudor England

Was borrowed from Tudor England

� An important native American food was � Rice � Coffee � Wheat �

� An important native American food was � Rice � Coffee � Wheat � Corn

� Corn

� Corn

� Puritans emphasized education primarily because they wanted children to � Prepare for high-paying

� Puritans emphasized education primarily because they wanted children to � Prepare for high-paying careers � Study the Bible � Learn self-discipline � Study the classics

 Study the Bible

Study the Bible

� In education the Middle Colonies and the South lagged behind New England because

� In education the Middle Colonies and the South lagged behind New England because � The cities were overcrowded � Parents did not value educations � The population was scattered in rural areas � The Germans and Scotch-Irish opposed schools

 The population was scattered in rural areas

The population was scattered in rural areas

� What were dame schools? � Village schools in New England � College prep

� What were dame schools? � Village schools in New England � College prep schools for upperclass girls � Plantation schools in the South � Private schools run by tutors

 Village schools in New England

Village schools in New England

 Vi. What is another name for the colonial style of architecture?

Vi. What is another name for the colonial style of architecture?

� Williamsburg

� Williamsburg

� What city established the first public library in America?

� What city established the first public library in America?

� Charleston, S. C.

� Charleston, S. C.

� T/F Most Southern planters lived in stately white mansions.

� T/F Most Southern planters lived in stately white mansions.

� False

� False

� T/F Alcohol was readily available in the colonies.

� T/F Alcohol was readily available in the colonies.

� True

� True

� T/F The American Indians introduced the potato to North Americans.

� T/F The American Indians introduced the potato to North Americans.

� False

� False

� T/F Although it improved spiritual conditions, the Protestant Reformation did not affect education.

� T/F Although it improved spiritual conditions, the Protestant Reformation did not affect education.

� False

� False

� T/F Village schools were called dame schools because the teachers were usually widows

� T/F Village schools were called dame schools because the teachers were usually widows or spinsters.

� True

� True

� T/F Among the three sections of the colonies, literacy was highest in the

� T/F Among the three sections of the colonies, literacy was highest in the Southern Colonies.

� False

� False

� � � A) Williamsburg B) Hornbook C) New England Primer ___ a style

� � � A) Williamsburg B) Hornbook C) New England Primer ___ a style of colonial architecture

� A) Williamsburg

� A) Williamsburg

� � � A) Williamsburg B) Hornbook C) New England Primer ___ a paddle-shaped

� � � A) Williamsburg B) Hornbook C) New England Primer ___ a paddle-shaped board for reading.

� B) Hornbook

� B) Hornbook

� � � A) Williamsburg B) Hornbook C) New England Primer ___ standard school

� � � A) Williamsburg B) Hornbook C) New England Primer ___ standard school text in the colonial period.

� C) New England Primer

� C) New England Primer