Ch 14: MTEL History: The Roaring 20s in the U.S.

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Use our video lessons to learn about American life during the 1920s. Our lessons and self-assessment quizzes can help you refresh your knowledge for the MTEL History test.

MTEL History: The Roaring 20s in the U.S. - Chapter Summary

Let us help you review information on America during the 1920s, including culture, the economy and political and social views. Use our videos to prepare for these types of questions when you take the MTEL History exam:

  • Describing city life and social values of the period
  • Exploring economic patterns of the 1920s, such as consumerism and stock market trends
  • Examining social and political views and movements, including the Ku Klux Klan, eugenics and nativism

Our expert instructors will discuss each subject thoroughly, and the lessons they've designed make learning fun. You'll be well-prepared to handle questions on the 1920s when you take the MTEL History exam.

Objectives of the MTEL History: The Roaring 20s in the U.S. Chapter

Anyone seeking certification to teach history in Massachusetts must pass the MTEL History exam, which covers history, geography, government and economics. Questions on the Roaring 20s are found in the exam's U.S. history section, which comprises 30% of the total test.

All questions on the MTEL exam are multiple-choice. The self-assessment quizzes that accompany each of our lessons will give you good practice in answering these types of questions as well as assessing your knowledge of the subject.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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