Michigan Grade 8 Integrated United States History M-STEP Practice

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Era 3- Revolution and the New Nation18%
Era 4 – Expansion and Reform (1792-1861)35%
Era 5 – Civil War & Reconstruction (1850-1877)47%
Also includes:
  • Political & Intellectual Transformation
  • Questions: 964
  • Technology Enhanced Items: 93
  • Instructional Videos: 88
  • Vocabulary Terms: 288

Test Standards

Political & Intellectual Transformation
1. (F1.1)  Pre-Independence America
2. (F1.2 )  The Declaration Of Independence
3. (F1.3 )  The Effects Of The American Revolution
Era 3- Revolution and the New Nation
1. (8-U3.3.1&3.2)  Articles Of Confederation
2. (8-U3.3.3)  The Constitutional Convention
3. (8-U3.3.4)  Constitutional Compromises
4. (8-U3.3.5 )  Ratifying The Constitution
5. (8-U3.3.6 )  The Bill Of Rights
6. (8-U3.3.7)  Foundational Documents
Era 4 – Expansion and Reform (1792-1861)
1. (8-U4.1.1)  Washington’s Farewell
2. (8-U4.1.2)  Establishing America’s Place In The World
3. (8-U4.1.3)  Challenge Of Political Conflict
4. (8-U4.1.4)  Establishing A National Judiciary And Its Power
5. (8-U4.2.1)  Comparing Northeast & The South
6. (8-U4.2.2)  The Institution Of Slavery
7. (8-U4.2.3&2.4)  Westward Expansion & Its Consequences
8. (8-U4.3.1 )  America's Education System
9. (8-U4.3.2)  The Abolitionist Movement
10. (8-U4.3.3)  Antebellum Women's Movement
11. (8-U4.3.4)  Antebellum Temperance Movement
12. (8-U4.3.5)  Religion & Antebellum Movements
Era 5 – Civil War & Reconstruction (1850-1877)
1. (8-U5.1.1)  Free Vs. Slave
2. (8-U5.1.2)  The Northwest Ordinance
3. (8-U5.1.3)  States' Rights
4. (8-U5.1.4)  Sectional Tension
5. (8-U5.1.5 )  Resistance To Slavery
6. (8-U5.1.6)  The Civil War & The Constitutional Convention
7. (8-U5.2.1 )  Secession
8. (8-U5.2.2)  Union Victory
9. (8-U5.2.3)  Lincoln's Presidency
10. (8-U5.2.4 )  African Americans In The Civil War
11. (8-U5.2.5)  Civil War: The Home Front
12. (8-U5.3.1 )  Reconstruction
13. (8-U5.3.2)  Responses To The War's End
14. (8-U5.3.3)  Resistance To Reconstruction
15. (8-U5.3.4)  The "Civil War" Amendments
16. (8-U5.3.5)  Ending Reconstruction