Ch 23: AEPA: The Making of a New Nation

About This Chapter

Check out these videos to recall the events that led to the birth of our nation as you get ready for the AEPA Middle Grades Social Science exam. Each lesson has a quiz you can use to test your knowledge to help you feel prepare for the test.

AEPA: The Making of a New Nation - Chapter Summary

Brush up on the facts of how this country was shaped during the early years of our nation. Throughout your cram sessions for the AEPA Middle Grades Social Science exam, pay attention to the information in these video lessons as you discover details about the following:

  • The development of state constitutions
  • George Washington's involvement in the new government
  • Hamilton's Federalists
  • Jefferson's Republicans
  • The policies and acts established by President John Adams

The materials for this chapter will help you get reacquainted with the events of early U.S. history, even if you are a little rusty on this particular topic. Begin your study sessions by selecting video lessons to view. You can pick and choose videos, watch all of them in order, or skip back and forth. The lesson transcripts can also help you refresh your memory, since the key terms and dates are often in bold for your convenience. As you go through the main topics that you will need to study for the AEPA Middle Grades Social Science exam, remember that you can also navigate our site with the video tags, hyperlinked keywords, or the lesson menu.

AEPA: The Making of a New Nation - Objectives

The AEPA Middle Grades Social Science exam takes roughly three hours to complete, and this multiple-choice exam includes 150 questions. Although the exam addresses topics within four of the major social science fields, half of your final score will come from answers to questions about world and U.S. history. Two of the objectives in the history section of the exam ask test-takers to prove their comprehension concerning the significant events that led to the birth of the United States and the early development of the country. After you complete this chapter on the making of a new nation, you should possess a portion of the information you will need to fulfill these two key objectives on this section of the exam.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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