Ch 12: NMTA: Causes & Effects of Revolutions

About This Chapter

Ace your NMTA Middle Grades Social Science exam with video lessons and quizzes designed to help you review the causes and outcomes of the French and American Revolutions as well as wars for independence in Latin America.

NMTA: Causes & Effects of Revolutions - Chapter Summary

Prepare for history questions on the NMTA Middle Grades Social Science exam by reviewing the characteristics of 18th and 19th century political revolutions in Europe and the Americas. Topics of discussion include:

  • Causes and outcomes of the American Revolution
  • Economic and social conditions leading to the French Revolution
  • Impacts of Latin American independence movements

Each of these animated videos lasts less than ten minutes, allowing you to break up study time into manageable sessions. Multiple-choice quizzes are also included to help determine when you're ready to move on to the next topic of instruction.

NMTA: Causes & Effects of Revolutions - Objectives

If you're an aspiring middle school social science teacher in New Mexico, you'll need to earn a passing score on the NMTA Middle Grades Social Science exam before you can qualify for licensure. The test includes approximately 150 multiple-choice questions, half of which are designed to measure your history knowledge. Lessons in this chapter can prepare you for questions requiring you to compare and contrast the outcomes of revolutionary wars in America, France and Latin America.

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