Ch 15: History's Impact on World Institutions

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Take a closer look at this chapter to remember history's impact on world institutions. Look through the transcripts at examples that demonstrate how key events and individuals have influenced the major world institutions.

History's Impact on World Institutions - Chapter Summary

Brush up on your history with this chapter and rediscover the important leaders and individuals who caused significant changes to how the world institutions operate. Also check out which events were instrumental in causing these changes. During your preparations for you upcoming assessment, pay close attention to these lessons to recall details about the following:

  • The economic events that led to changes in related institutions
  • Social institutions throughout history and how they have transformed
  • Factors that caused shifts in the political institutions

To get a stronger grasp on how history has influenced world institutions, start off with the first lesson in this chapter. In the text of the lesson, you will notice that the information has been carefully separated and organized with the use of headers. These headers let you identify the main points. Similarly, the keywords are often in bold lettering. Many of our lessons include visual aids to enhance the review experience.

To verify if you are getting the most out of each lesson, try answering the accompanying quizzes. Most lesson quizzes include five multiple-choice questions. Sometimes the questions will focus on your knowledge of vocabulary words, whereas others may test your familiarity with events, cause-and-effect, or important dates. You can take the quizzes at any time, and you can retake them if necessary. The quiz questions along with answer keys can be printed as study worksheets.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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