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Ch 30: NYSTCE Social Studies: The U.S. in World War I

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Our chapter on the involvement of the U.S. in World War I can help you on the NYSTCE Social Studies exam. The lessons were developed by subject-matter experts and are presented in an engaging video format with study-friendly interactive features.

NYSTCE Social Studies: The U.S. in World War I - Chapter Summary

Learn about the involvement of the United States in World War I: why the government wanted to stay out of the conflict, what led the U.S. to eventually engage in hostilities, and the results of the war. This chapter relates directly to Subarea I - History on the NYSTCE Social Studies exam, which makes up approximately 35% of the test. Our instructors can lead you through the following topics:

  • U.S. involvement in W.W.I: from isolation to intervention
  • Changes in the war brought on by the entry of the U.S.
  • Effects of W.W.I on Europe and the U.S.
  • Consequences of the war

Our lessons are designed to enhance your comprehension and retention of the material with an approach that emphasizes multiple exposures to the information. The videos are echoed by the written lesson transcripts, which have key vocabulary words highlighted for your convenience. You can also search the videos and jump to major topics and with the interactive timeline feature.

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