Ch 65: MTTC History: U.S. Electoral Systems

About This Chapter

Review the different types of electoral systems used in the U.S. through these short and engaging videos. All the important electoral system concepts you'll need to know for the MTTC History exam are covered in these lessons.

MTTC History: U.S. Electoral Systems - Chapter Summary

Let our instructors provide a refresher on all the critical electoral system concepts you'll be asked about on the MTTC History exam. The video lessons in this chapter cover:

  • Representation and its relationship to elections
  • Differences between plurality and majority-based elections
  • Direct and indirect elections
  • Purpose of runoffs, primaries and recalls

These videos provide a fun and flexible format for you to review the essentials on electoral systems in preparation for the MTTC History exam. You can quickly find important terms using the transcripts that come with the videos, and you'll be able to review main points from the videos with ease by using our video tags.

Objectives of the MTTC History: U.S. Electoral Systems Chapter

The MTTC History exam is designed to test your knowledge of critical history, political science and economic concepts in order to earn a teaching credential for history in Michigan. The exam is composed of 100 multiple-choice questions. Electoral systems are covered in the interdisciplinary perspectives subarea, which makes up roughly one quarter of the questions asked on the exam. The other three subareas on the exam test you on U.S. and world history and historical concepts and skills. You can use our self-assessment quizzes to prepare for the format of the exam questions.

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