Ch 10: MTEL History: American Reconstruction

About This Chapter

Use these lessons and quizzes to help you understand government policies and life in the U.S. after the Civil War. The topics reviewed here may aid you in studying for the MTEL history exam.

MTEL History: American Reconstruction - Chapter Summary

Use this chapter's video lessons to refresh your knowledge of America in the period after the Civil War as you prepare for the MTEL History exam. Our lessons and quizzes will help you prepare for these types of questions:

  • Exploring President Andrew Johnson's efforts to carry out Lincoln's plans for restoring the Union
  • Examining life in the South after the war
  • Detailing struggles between Native Americans and settlers
  • Reviewing the goals, accomplishments and failures of the Reconstruction period

Our instructors are all experts in the field and know what you'll need to successfully answer these types of exam questions. They break this chapter's information into manageable lessons that are informative and entertaining.

Objectives of the MTEL History: American Reconstruction Chapter

Passing the MTEL History exam is required of everyone seeking certification to teach the subject in a Massachusetts public school. The topics included in the American Reconstruction chapter are part of the test's subarea on U.S. History. This subarea comprises 30% of the test's total score.

This test is computer-based, and all the questions in this subarea are multiple-choice. You can get experience answering questions in this format through the quizzes presented at the end of each of our lessons. These quizzes also offer an opportunity to assess your knowledge and see where you may need further review before taking the MTEL History 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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