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4th Grade Social Studies (SCCCR) Practice

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  • Questions 675
  • Vocabulary Terms 150
  • Performance Tasks 51
  • Instructional Videos 59

Test Standards

  1. (4.1.CO ) Cultural Effects of Colonization
  2. (4.1.CE & 1.E) Changing Economic Systems
  3. (4.1.P & 1.E ) Political Institutions
  4. (4.1.CX & 1.E ) Cultural Experiences
  5. (4.1.CC & 1.E ) Economic Change & Continuity
  6. (4.1.E ) Primary & Secondary Sources
  1. (4.2.CO ) Marginalized Groups
  2. (4.2.CE ) Declaring Independence
  3. (4.2.P & 2.E ) The American Revolution
  4. (4.2.CX & 2.E ) SC & the New Nation
  5. (4.2.CC & 2.E ) Natural Rights
  6. (4.2.E ) Primary & Secondary Sources
  1. (4.3.CO & 3.E ) Western Expansion: Motivation
  2. (4.3.CE & 3.E) Western Expansion: Policies
  3. (4.3.P ) Western Expansion: Technology
  4. (4.3.CX & 3.E ) SC & Sectionalism
  5. (4.3.CC & 3.E ) Western Expansion: Indigenous Impact
  6. (4.3.E ) Primary & Secondary Sources
  1. (4.4.CO ) Civil War: Causes
  2. (4.4.CE ) Civil War: Battles
  3. (4.4.P & 4.E ) Emancipation
  4. (4.4.CX & 4.E ) Civil War in SC
  5. (4.4.CC & 4.E ) Civil War: Societal Impacts
  6. (4.4.E ) Primary & Secondary Sources
  1. (4.5.CO & 5.E ) Groups in Reconstruction
  2. (4.5.CE & 5.E ) Reconstructing the South
  3. (4.5.P & 5.E ) The Impact of Reconstruction
  4. (4.5.CX & 5.E ) Reconstruction in SC
  5. (4.5.CC & 5.E ) African Americans in Reconstruction
  6. (4.5.E ) Primary & Secondary Sources

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