Ch 41: MTTC History: The Roaring 20s in the U.S.

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Refresh your knowledge of the Roaring 20s with these quick and fun videos. Lessons in this chapter prepare you for related questions on the MTTC History exam.

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

Reviewing the events of the 1920s in the U.S. is easy and convenient when you watch the short video lessons in this chapter while you prepare for the MTTC History exam. Each lesson breaks down an important concept of the 1920s, including:

  • Culture, values and city life in the Roaring 20s
  • Consumerism, the stock market and other economic issues of the 20s
  • The Ku Klux Klan, eugenics movement and nativism

The instructors who teach these lessons are subject experts who use engaging animations and graphics to make reviewing 1920s in America concepts fun and simple. Being able to replay a video as often as you want helps you retain key elements for the exam, and you can easily find vocabulary words you'll need to know by referencing the lesson transcripts that come with each lesson.

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

Before you become a history teacher in Michigan, you'll need to pass the MTTC History exam, which gauges your knowledge of history, political science and economics. The exam is in multiple-choice format, and you can use our self-assessment quizzes to get comfortable with the style of the questions before you actually take the exam. Questions on the Roaring 20s are asked in the U.S. history subarea of the exam, which makes up roughly a third of the exam questions.

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