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Ch 25: AEPA: Jacksonian Democracy

About This Chapter

The AEPA Middle Grades Social Science exam measures your qualifications for certification. This chapter will help you review the events that took place during the presidencies of Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Buren and William Henry Harrison.

AEPA: Jacksonian Democracy - Chapter Summary

Follow along with our professional instructors in this series of lesson videos to review the presidencies of Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Buren and William Henry Harrison. Studying the lessons should give you a firm understanding of:

  • Confrontations in the Senate regarding States' Rights during the early 1800's
  • Jackson's Indian Removal Act
  • Actions of the Van Buren administration
  • Death of Harrison

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AEPA: Jacksonian Democracy Objectives

The state of Arizona uses the AEPA Middle Grades Social Science exam to ensure that educators are capable of teaching. This computer-based certification exam is composed of 150 multiple-choice questions and has a three-hour time limit. Half of the questions on this exam cover historical topics, including the Jacksonian democracy. The activities of this chapter will help you prepare for these questions by reviewing the presidencies of Jackson, Van Buren and Harrison.

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