Ch 24: MTTC Social Studies (Secondary): The Making of a New Nation

About This Chapter

You'll get to review major developments in early U.S. history in this chapter that you may be asked about on your MTTC Social Studies (Secondary) test. Engaging video lessons are used to present the information to you.

MTTC Social Studies (Secondary): The Making of a New Nation - Chapter Summary

By going over the short, fun video lessons in this chapter, you'll get to brush up on material regarding the first two U.S. presidencies and early constitutional developments in preparation for any closely related MTTC Social Studies (Secondary) exam questions. When you're done with the chapter, you'll have been able to assess and strengthen your knowledge of these topics:

  • How Pennsylvania's constitution differed from the other states' constitutions
  • What the structure of George Washington's cabinet was like
  • The differing political ideologies of Jefferson and Hamilton
  • Major developments during Adams' presidency

Make use of the handy video tags to search for any segments that you'd like to revisit while you're still on the lesson. Take each lesson's practice quiz to make sure you have a solid understanding of the material.

MTTC Social Studies (Secondary): The Making of a New Nation Chapter Objectives

The MTTC Social Studies (Secondary) test is used to measure an individual's suitability for certification to teach social studies courses to high school students in Michigan. Of the exam's 100 multiple-choice questions, the U.S. history subarea is the portion that asks questions involving this chapter's material. Around 18% of your score will come from this particular subarea. This exam may be administered on paper or a computer.

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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