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Ch 32: NYSTCE Social Studies: The U.S. in World War II

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This study chapter on the involvement of the United States in WWII is designed to help you pass the NYSTCE Social Studies exam for teacher licensure in New York. The video-based lessons are an engaging way to learn what you need to pass the test.

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

Learn how America got involved in WWII and about life at home during the war. This lessons in this chapter relate to Subarea 1 - History (35% of the test) and Subarea IV - Civics, Citizenship, and Government (16% of the test) of the NYSTCE Social Studies exam. Our instructors will take you through the following lessons to help get you certified to teach social studies courses in New York:

  • The attack on Pearl Harbor
  • The home front
  • Impact of WWII on society
  • The aftermath of WWII and the United Nations

The Study.com system features several ways to enhance the convenience and effectiveness of your time here. Our video-based lessons are brief yet comprehensive and are available on your schedule for study and review. There are also interactive features like the topic-searchable video timeline and links from the quizzes back to the lessons to speed up review of missed questions.

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