Exams: Year 6, Term 3
Below are D's exam questions for term 3 of this year. She'll have her exams in early August.
The Age of Fable:
- Describe the mythology of the Norse.
- Retell the story of Beowulf.
Art History - Titian:
- Tell about the life and paintings of Titian.
- Give a detailed description of your favorite Titian painting.
- Translate to English: No soy catolica. No soy judia. Soy protestante. No soy canadiense. No soy mexicana. Soy americana. Yo estoy en los Estados Unidos.
- Translate to English: yo, usted, el, ella, nosotros, ellos, ellas.
- Translate to English: necesitar, venire, aprender, andar, querer, tener, comprar, entrar, vivir, hablar, decir, pedir.
- Conjugate hablar.
- Tell of the history of the nation of Israel.
- Give an account of the Cold War.
- Describe the Civil Rights Movement.
- Summarize the Korean War or the Vietnam War.
- What do you think was the single most important event to occur since 1945? Tell about this event and explain why you believe it was the most important one.
- Compare and contrast Hector and Achilles. Who is the true hero of the Trojan War? Why?
- Tell of the last battle and death of Hector.
Latin (Prima Latina):
- Recite the Table Blessing in Latin.
- Recite the Table Blessing in English.
- Translate: alma mater, stupor mundi, altus, multus, bonus, longus, novus.
- Write the pronouns for each verb ending: o, s, t, mus, tis, nt.
- Nine dollars equal how many cents?
- One square yard equals how many square feet?
- There are 14 pounds 4 ounces of beans. To put them in 4 containers equally, how much should you put in each container?
- Each crock pot holds 3 quarts 1 pint of chili and there are 6 crock pots at the potluck dinner. How much chili is there?
- Of 3 and 6, which is a prime number and which is a composite number?
- What are the prime factors of 46?
- Find the greatest common divisor of16, 24, and 40.
- Find the least common multiple of 10, 12, 15, and 20.
American History (Civil War-WWI):
- Describe the end of the Civil War.
- Tell of the impeachment of Andrew Johnson.
- Give an account of the presidency of Ulysses Grant, Grover Cleveland, or Theodore Roosevelt.
Plutarch - Philopoemen:
- Summarize the main events in the life of Philopoemen.
- You are the historian Polybius answering the Romans: why should Philopoemen's monuments remain?
Bible (John 13-21):
- Explain why Christ's sacrifice was necessary.
- Illustrate with colored pencils the Crucifixion or Resurrection of Christ.
- Describe Peter's or Thomas' meeting with the Resurrected Christ.
- Sing the three songs learned this term.
- Recite #38-48.
- Sketch one living thing.
- Sketch one non-living thing.
Shakespeare - Twelfth Night:
- Summarize the events of Twelfth Night.
- Describe the character of the play's hero or heroine.
Apologia General Science Modules 4-6:
- What are the six basic machines? Briefly describe each of them. You may include illustrations.
- What three tests are used to evaluate documents? Give a brief description of each.
- Tell about dendrochronology or the Principle of Superposition.
- Compare catastrophism and uniformitarianism.
- What are the three basic types of rock? Tell about each.
- Tell about the two kinds of weathering.
Church History (The Early Church and Feast Days):
- Give an account of Saint Columba or Saint Kateri Tekakwitha.
- Describe the life of Saint John Chrysostom.
- Tell about the work of Saint Martin, Cassian, or Jerome.
- Give an account of the conversion of Saint Augustine.
Geography - Mexico and Central America:
- Label the map of Central America below: Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Atlantic Ocean, Colombia, Lake Nicaragua, Mexico, Pacific Ocean, Panama Canal. Add any other locations you remember.
- Label the map of Mexico below: Baja Peninsula, Gulf of Mexico, Isthmus of Tehuantepec, Matamoros, Mexico City, Pacific Ocean, Sonoran Desert, Tijuana, United States of America, Yucatan Peninsula. Label any other locations you remember.
Pilgrim's Progress - Book II:
- Give a summary of Christiana's journey.
- Illustrate with colored pencils your favorite scene from the reading.
- Turn in your nature journal.
- Describe the appearance and habits of one bird you have observed this term.
Poetry - Edna St. Vincent Millay:
- Tell about the life and poetry of Edna St. Vincent Millay.
- Write a lyric poem in the style of Millay.
Music History - Richard Wagner:
- Tell about the life and works of Richard Wagner.
- Summarize one of Wagner's operas.
Composition and Grammar:
1. List the steps of the SQ3R Study Method and explain each.
2. Create a test on one topic you have studied this term. Include two examples for each of the following types of test questions: multiple-choice, true/false, fill-in-the-blank, short-answer, matching, and essay.