Tennessee Grade 8 Social Studies Practice

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Colonialism (1600-1750)14%
Development of a New Nation (1720-1787)13%
The Constitution and Foundation of the American Political System (1777-1789)10%
Growth of the Young Nation (1789-1849)5%
The United States’ Role on the World Stage (1789-1849)3%
The Sectionalism of the American North, South, and West (1800- 1850)18%
Slavery in America (1800-1850)9%
Civil War (1830-1865)11%
Reconstruction (1865-1877)9%
Westward Expansion after the Civil War (1865-1890)8%
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  • Instructional Videos: 130
  • Vocabulary Terms: 567

Test Standards

Colonialism (1600-1750)
1. (8.1)  English Colonial Motives
2. (8.2)  The Virginia Colony
3. (8.3)  The Plymouth Colony
4. (8.4)  The Massachusetts Bay Colony
5. (8.5)  New Netherlands
6. (8.6)  The Pennsylvania Colony
7. (8.7)  The Georgia Colony
8. (8.8)  The French In North America
9. (8.9)  Colonial Cooperation & Conflict
10. (8.10)  Locating The Colonies
11. (8.11)  The First Great Awakening
12. (8.12)  Colonial Daily Life
13. (8.13)  Colonial Self-Government
14. (8.14)  Colonial Slavery
Development of a New Nation (1720-1787)
1. (8.15)  Colonial Governments
2. (8.16)  Salutary Neglect
3. (8.17)  Benjamin Franklin
4. (8.18)  The Zenger Trial
5. (8.19)  The French And Indian War
6. (8.20)  West Of The Appalachians
7. (8.21)  Watauga Settlement
8. (8.22)  American Revolution: Causes
9. (8.23)  The Declaration Of Independence
10. (8.24)  Thomas Paine
11. (8.25)  American Revolution: Battles & Leaders
12. (8.26)  The Wataugans
13. (8.27)  Loyalists & Patriots
The Constitution and Foundation of the American Political System (1777-1789)
1. (8.28)  Historical Influences On Government
2. (8.29)  Land Ordinances
3. (8.30)  The Articles Of Confederation
4. (8.31)  The Constitutional Convention: Issues & Leaders
5. (8.32)  Ratification Debate
6. (8.33)  Constitutional Principles
7. (8.34)  Arguing For Rights
8. (8.35)  Washington's Presidency
9. (8.36)  Hamilton Vs. Jefferson
10. (8.37)  John Adams' Presidency
Growth of the Young Nation (1789-1849)
1. (8.38)  Daily Life In Early America
2. (8.39)  Tennessee Statehood
3. (8.40)  John Marshall's Court
4. (8.41)  Jefferson's Presidency
5. (8.42)  Lewis & Clark
The United States’ Role on the World Stage (1789-1849)
1. (8.43)  The War Of 1812
2. (8.44)  U.S.'s Changing Boundaries
3. (8.45)  The Monroe Doctrine
The Sectionalism of the American North, South, and West (1800- 1850)
1. (8.46)  The American System
2. (8.47)  Immigration From Northern Europe
3. (8.48)  Early-19th Century Reform
4. (8.49)  Early-19th Century Suffrage
5. (8.50)  Early American Art
6. (8.51)  The Agrarian South
7. (8.52)  White Antebellum Society
8. (8.53)  The New Madrid Earthquakes
9. (8.54)  Nullification
10. (8.55)  Jackson's Presidency
11. (8.56)  Sequoyah
12. (8.57)  The Indian Removal Act
13. (8.58)  Manifest Destiny
14. (8.59)  Texas
15. (8.60)  Westward Migration
16. (8.61)  Polk's Presidency
17. (8.62)  The Mexican War
18. (8.63)  The California Gold Rush
Slavery in America (1800-1850)
1. (8.64)  Slavery In New States
2. (8.65)  The Missouri Compromise
3. (8.66)  The Abolition Movement
4. (8.67)  Compromise Of 1850
5. (8.68)  Kansas-Nebraska Act
6. (8.69)  Dred Scott
7. (8.70)  Lincoln & Douglas
8. (8.71)  Slave Conditions
Civil War (1830-1865)
1. (8.72)  Northern & Southern Geography
2. (8.73)  Northern & Southern Economies
3. (8.74)  Election Of 1860
4. (8.75)  Tennessee & Secession
5. (8.76)  Lincoln's Presidency
6. (8.77)  The Civil War: Leaders
7. (8.78)  The Civil War: African Americans
8. (8.79)  The Civil War: A Soldier's Life
9. (8.80)  The Civil War: Battles & Events
10. (8.81)  Lincoln's Assassination
Reconstruction (1865-1877)
1. (8.82)  Amendments 13-15
2. (8.83)  Andrew Johnson's Presidency
3. (8.84)  The Radical Republicans
4. (8.85)  Segregation Begins
5. (8.86)  Vigilante Movements
6. (8.87)  Carpetbaggers & Scalawags
7. (8.88)  The Election Of 1876
8. (8.89)  Exodusters
9. (8.90)  Tennessee & Reconstruction
Westward Expansion after the Civil War (1865-1890)
1. (8.91)  Post-War Economies
2. (8.92)  Native American Policies
3. (8.93)  American Indian Leaders
4. (8.94)  The Homestead Act
5. (8.95)  Inventors & Inventions
6. (8.96)  Transcontinental Railroad
7. (8.97)  The American Cowboy
8. (8.98)  The Open Range