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Ch 34: MTTC History: Jacksonian Democracy

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Let us help you prepare for the MTTC History exam with these short lessons on Jacksonian Democracy. Get all the info you need to answer related questions on the exam.

MTTC History: Jacksonian Democracy - Chapter Summary

Use these lessons to guide your preparations for the MTTC History exam. Our professional instructors present all the info you'll need to know about Jacksonian Democracy for the exam in a concise and easy-to-follow format. In this chapter, you'll review:

  • President John Quincy Adams' election in 1824
  • Andrew Jackson's Age of the Common Man
  • Trail of Tears and the Indian Removal Act
  • Jacksonian America and the panic of 1837
  • Presidencies of William Henry Harrison and Martin Van Buren

Quickly get up to speed on Jacksonian Democracy with these short lessons that use graphics and animations to make your review for the MTTC History exam fun and easy. Video tags take you right to the main points in a video without having to re-watch the entire lesson, and you can pick and choose just the lessons you need to review if your exam prep time is limited.

Objectives of the MTTC History: Jacksonian Democracy Chapter

The MTTC History exam assesses your knowledge of history, economics and political science as part of the licensing process to become a history teacher in Michigan. It is a multiple-choice test, so you might be asked to read a passage or look at a map and then answer questions about those items. You'll have to choose the best response from a list of possible answers. One way to prepare for this format is to take the self-assessment quizzes that come with each of our lessons. You can also use the chapter exam that concludes this chapter to practice before taking the exam.

Questions on Jacksonian Democracy can be found in the U.S. history subarea of the exam. One of four subareas, the U.S. history section comprises 33% of the exam.

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