Ch 12: AEPA: Causes & Effects of Revolutions

About This Chapter

They say revolutions start overnight. Find out if that is true in this chapter as you prepare for taking the AEPA Middle Grades Social Science exam. If you have any questions about the lessons' contents, you can submit them to our experts for assistance.

AEPA: Causes & Effects of Revolutions - Chapter Summary

There are many reasons that could ignite a revolution, and these lessons help you distinguish which factors led to some of the largest revolutions that occurred between the mid-14th and mid-19th centuries. Your ability to describe why revolutions were started and how those revolutions impacted society will be tested on the AEPA Middle Grades Social Science exam. Upon getting through the materials in this chapter, you should be capable of answering questions about the following:

  • The events that caused the American Revolution
  • Major turning points during the American Revolution
  • Social conditions and economic factors leading to the French Revolution
  • The effects of major independence movements on Latin America

You might consider yourself an expert on major revolutions, but you may feel a little rusty concerning the details about the revolutions that were going on worldwide at this time. Our brief video lessons can quickly bring you up to speed. In fact, many of our video lessons can be viewed within about five minutes, allowing you to go over the details in almost no time at all. To answer the multiple-choice questions on the AEPA Middle Grades Social Science exam, you will most likely need to know the names and dates of major events related to these revolutions. Fortunately, the videos go over this information in detail, and the transcripts provide written notes for you to study.

AEPA: Causes & Effects of Revolutions - Chapter Objectives

Questions about revolutions on the AEPA Middle Grades Social Science exam will gauge your familiarity with the specific events that cause revolutions to take place. You will also have to prove your knowledge about the key people involved in each revolution studied, whether the revolutions were successful, and how these revolutions changed society. The lessons from this chapter will help you brush up on some of the most significant revolutions that occurred between 1350 and 1850. Recognize that history questions make up 50% of this four-section, multiple-choice exam.

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