TCAP Grade 7 Social Studies Practice and Test Prep

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Early Modern World Civilizations: Africa, China, Japan, & the Islamic World36%
The Legacy of the Roman Empire and the Middle Ages in Western Europe to the 1500s20%
Early Modern Europe: Renaissance and Reformation22%
Early Modern Europe: Enlightenment Through the Age of Exploration22%
  • Questions: 1,464
  • Two-Part Items: 8
  • Vocabulary Terms: 380
  • Performance Tasks: 75
  • Instructional Videos: 82

Test Standards

Early Modern World Civilizations: Africa, China, Japan, & the Islamic World
1. (7.3)  The Arabian Peninsula
2. (7.4)  Muslim Rule
3. (7.5)  The Origins Of Islam
4. (7.6)  Islamic Beliefs
5. (7.7)  Islamic Sects
6. (7.8)  Muslim Scholarship
7. (7.9)  Middle Eastern Trade Routes
8. (7.10)  The Mughal Empire
9. (7.11)  The Early Ottoman Empire
10. (7.12)  The Safavid Empire
11. (7.13)  African Empires
12. (7.14)  Trans-Saharan Trade
13. (7.15)  Oral Tradition
14. (7.16)  West African Society
15. (7.17)  Mansa Musa And Mali
16. (7.18)  Africa, Christianity, & Islam
17. (7.19)  China\'s Geography
18. (7.20)  The Tang Dynasty
19. (7.21)  Confucianism
20. (7.22)  The Song Dynasty
21. (7.23)  Chinese Technology
22. (7.24)  The Mongols
23. (7.25)  Neo-Confucianism
24. (7.26)  The Ming Dynasty
25. (7.27)  Japan & Religion
26. (7.28)  China's Influence On Japan
27. (7.29)  The Nara & Heian Periods
28. (7.30)  Japanese Cultural Achievements
29. (7.31)  Rise Of The Shogun
The Legacy of the Roman Empire and the Middle Ages in Western Europe to the 1500s
1. (7.1)  Rome's Legacy
2. (7.2)  Fall Of Rome
3. (7.32)  European Geography
4. (7.33)  Feudalism & Manoralism
5. (7.34)  The Papacy & European Monarchs
6. (7.35)  The Norman Invasion
7. (7.36)  Medieval Law & Government
8. (7.37)  Medieval Christianity
9. (7.38)  The Crusades
10. (7.39)  The Catholic Church
11. (7.40)  The Plague
12. (7.41)  A New Economy
13. (7.42)  The Rise Of Spain
Early Modern Europe: Renaissance and Reformation
1. (7.43)  The Emerging Renaissance
2. (7.44)  Florence, Italy
3. (7.45)  The Silk Roads
4. (7.46)  Humanism
5. (7.47)  The Printing Press
6. (7.48)  Intellectual & Artistic Advances
7. (7.49)  Henry V
8. (7.50)  The Tudors
9. (7.51)  The Diffusion Of Christianity
10. (7.52)  Changing Religious Demographics
11. (7.53)  The Growth Of The Catholic Church
12. (7.54)  The Turmoil Within The Catholic Church
13. (7.55)  Protestant Reformers
14. (7.56)  Protestant Practices
15. (7.57)  The Counter-Reformation
16. (7.58)  Voyages Of Discovery
Early Modern Europe: Enlightenment Through the Age of Exploration
1. (7.59)  Roots Of The Scientific Revolution
2. (7.60)  The Scientific Revolution
3. (7.61)  Influences On The Enlightenment
4. (7.62)  Enlightenment Thinkers
5. (7.63)  Emergence Of Capitalism
6. (7.64)  Early Americans
7. (7.65)  The Maya
8. (7.66)  Mapping American Empires
9. (7.67)  Aztec & Incan Societies
10. (7.68)  Artistic & Oral Traditions
11. (7.69)  Mesoamerican Science
12. (7.70)  Mesoamerican Economies
13. (7.71)  Europe Explorers
14. (7.72)  Motives For Exploration
15. (7.73)  Voyages Of Discovery
16. (7.74)  The Columbian Exchange
17. (7.75)  Effects Of Exploration