SC PASS 8th Grade Social Studies Practice and Test Prep

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Early Settlement 14%
American Revolution 15%
The New Government 15%
The Civil War 14%
Reconstruction to WWI 14%
Early Twentieth Century Development 14%
Late Twentieth Century Revitalization 14%
  • Questions 3,034
  • Vocabulary Terms 305
  • Performance Tasks 100
  • Instructional Videos 92

Test Standards

Early Settlement
1. (8-1.1)  Native Americans of the Eastern Woodlands
2. (8-1.2)  Exploration of South Carolina
3. (8-1.3)  European Settlement
4. (8-1.4)  African American Influences
5. (8-1.5)  South Carolina‚Äôs Early Prosperity
6. (8-1.6)  Royal Governing
American Revolution
1. (8-2.1)  French and Indian War
2. (8-2.2)  South Carolina's Response
3. (8-2.3)  South Carolinians and The Declaration
4. (8-2.4)  Differing Perspectives
5. (8-2.5)  South Carolinians in the War
6. (8-2.6)  South Carolina's New Government
The New Government
1. (8-3.1)  Upcountry vs. Lowcountry
2. (8-3.2)  The Constitutional Convention
3. (8-3.3)  Principles of Government
4. (8-3.4)  Early National Issues
The Civil War
1. (8-4.1)  Agriculture in antebellum South Carolina
2. (8-4.2)  Sectionalism
3. (8-4.3)  Secession and War
4. (8-4.4)  Unionists, Cooperationists, and Secessionists
5. (8-4.5)  North and South Military Strategies
6. (8-4.6)  The Civil War's Impact
Reconstruction to WWI
1. (8-5.1)  Development of Reconstruction
2. (8-5.2)  Impact of Reconstruction
3. (8-5.3)  Success/Failure of Reconstruction
4. (8-5.4)  Post-war Discrimination
5. (8-5.5)  Industrial Development
6. (8-5.6)  Plight of Farmers
7. (8-5.7)  Migration Patterns
8. (8-5.8)  Progressives
Early Twentieth Century Development
1. (8-6.1)  World War I impact on South Carolina
2. (8-6.2)  SC political, social, and economic situation
3. (8-6.3)  SC cultural changes in 1920s
4. (8-6.4)  Great Depression effects
5. (8-6.5)  World War II & South Carolina
Late Twentieth Century Revitalization
1. (8-7.1)  World War II Economic Impact
2. (8-7.2)  African American economic opportunities
3. (8-7.3)  Changing State Politics
4. (8-7.4)  Present-Day South Carolina