South Carolina 3rd Grade Social Studies PASS Practice

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South Carolina: Regions & Places18%
South Carolina: Settlement20%
South Carolina: The American Revolution20%
South Carolina: Antebellum, Civil War, and Reconstrution21%
South Carolina: 1870s to Modern Times21%
  • Questions: 437
  • Technology Enhanced Items: 30
  • Instructional Videos: 31
  • Vocabulary Terms: 167

Test Standards

South Carolina: Regions & Places
1. (3-1.1)  Regions Of South Carolina
2. (3-1.2)  Major Features Of South Carolina
3. (3-1.3)  Landscape And People
South Carolina: Settlement
1. (3-2.1)  Early Native American Groups
2. (3-2.2)  Exploration Of South Carolina
3. (3-2.3)  Contact, Cooperation, And Conflict
4. (3-2.4)  Colony Of South Carolina
5. (3-2.5)  Africans In South Carolina
South Carolina: The American Revolution
1. (3-3.1)  Causes Of The American Revolution
2. (3-3.2)  South Carolina And The American Revolution
3. (3-3.3)  Fighting The Revolution In South Carolina
4. (3-3.4)  The Effects Of The American Revolution
5. (3-3.5)  South Carolina's State Government
South Carolina: Antebellum, Civil War, and Reconstrution
1. (3-4.1)  South Carolina's Early Economy
2. (3-4.2)  Slavery In Antebellum South Carolina
3. (3-4.3)  South Carolina Secedes
4. (3-4.4)  The Civil War In South Carolina
5. (3-4.5)  South Carolina After The Civil War
6. (3-4.6)  Reconstruction In South Carolina
South Carolina: 1870s to Modern Times
1. (3-5.1)  South Carolina After Reconstruction
2. (3-5.2)  Emigration From South Carolina
3. (3-5.3)  The Great Depression In South Carolina
4. (5-5.4)  South Carolina In World War II & The Cold War
5. (3-5.5)  South Carolina And The Civil Rights Movement
6. (3-5.6)  South Carolina Tourism