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  • Questions 1,949
  • Vocabulary Terms 540
  • Performance Tasks 147
  • Instructional Videos 187

Test Standards

  1. (5.1.A) Colonization of North America
  2. (5.1.B) Important Colonists
  3. (5.2.A) Important Colonial Events
  4. (5.2.B) The Founding Fathers
  5. (5.2.C) The American Revolution
  6. (5.3.A) Creating the Constitution
  7. (5.3.B) Creators of the Constitution
  8. (5.4.A) War of 1812
  9. (5.4.B) The Industrial Revolution
  10. (5.4.C) Westward Migration
  11. (5.4.D) New Territories
  12. (5.4.E) The Civil War
  13. (5.4.F) Mechanization
  14. (5.4.G) Native American & Immigrant Contributions
  15. (5.5.A) The 20th Century
  16. (5.5.B) The Early 21st Century
  17. (5.5.C) Key Individuals
  1. (5.6.A) Geographic Tools
  2. (5.6.B) Geographic Data
  3. (5.7.A) Regions of the U.S.
  4. (5.7.B) Physical Regions of the U.S.
  5. (5.7.C) U.S. Political Features
  6. (5.7.D) Locating Political Features
  7. (5.8.A) U.S. Settlement Patterns
  8. (5.8.B) Geography and Settlement
  9. (5.8.C) Location of Cities
  10. (5.9.A) Environmental Modification
  11. (5.9.B) Consequences of Human Environmental Modification
  1. (5.10.A) Colonial Economic Patterns
  2. (5.11.B) Colonial Industry
  3. (5.11.A) Colonial Free Enterprise
  4. (5.11.B) Modern Free Enterprise
  5. (5.11.C) Benefits of Free Enterprise
  6. (5.12.A) Supply & Demand
  7. (5.12.B) Supply & Demand in History
  8. (5.13.A) Earning a Living
  9. (5.13.B) Geography & Economics
  10. (5.13.C) Demographics & Economics
  11. (5.13.D) Industry & Economics
  12. (5.13.E) Progress, Equality, & Economics
  1. (5.14.A) Colonial Systems of Government
  2. (5.14.B) Colonial Representative Democracy
  3. (5.15.A) The Declaration of Independence
  4. (5.15.B) The Preamble
  5. (5.15.C) The Bill of Rights
  6. (5.16.A ) The Branches of Government
  7. (5.16.B) Checks and Balances
  8. (5.16.C) National & State Governments
  1. (5.17.A) Patriotic Symbols
  2. (5.17.B) The Star-Spangled Banner
  3. (5.17.C) The Pledge of Allegiance
  4. (5.17.D) National Celebrations
  5. (5.17.E) National Landmarks
  6. (5.18.A ) Civic Duties
  7. (5.18.B) Contacting Elected Officials
  8. (5.19.A) Contributions of the Founding Fathers
  9. (5.19.B) National Leaders
  10. (5.19.C) Leadership Qualities
  11. (5.20.A) The Bill of Rights
  12. (5.20.B) Amendments to the Constitution
  1. (5.21.A) Patriotic Art
  2. (5.21.B) Art in History
  3. (5.22.A) Racial, Ethnic, & Religious Groups
  4. (5.22.B) Racial, Ethnic, & Religious Customs
  5. (5.22.C) Racial, Ethnic, & Religious Contributions
  1. (5.23.A) Scientific Individuals
  2. (5.23.B) Technology & Development
  3. (5.23.C) Technology & Society
  4. (5.23.D) Future Technologies

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