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Ch 10: The Scientific Revolution & the Enlightenment - ORELA Middle Grades Social Science

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Use this comprehensive overview of the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment to study for the ORELA Middle Grades Social Science assessment. Watch short video lessons to strengthen your knowledge of the subject area.

The Scientific Revolution & the Enlightenment - ORELA Middle Grades Social Science - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, you can simplify the process of preparing for the ORELA Middle Grades Social Science assessment. Refresh your knowledge of the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment so you're ready to do the following on the test:

  • Define and discuss the history, causes, and leaders of the Scientific Revolution
  • Explain the effects of the Scientific Revolution
  • Identify Enlightenment thinkers and share their ideas
  • Discuss enlightened despots in France, Austria, Prussia and Russia

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The Scientific Revolution & the Enlightenment - ORELA Middle Grades Social Science Chapter Objectives

This Scientific Revolution & the Enlightenment - ORELA Middle Grades Social Science chapter covers topics found in the history content domain of the test. This domain constitutes about 50% of the total test. Prepare for questions in this section by reviewing the lessons in their video format, or by exploring full lesson transcripts with easily identifiable vocabulary words. Self-assessment quizzes and a chapter exam can assess your comprehension of the lessons, and gauge your readiness to take the test.

The assessment is designed to ensure educators in Oregon are prepared to teach social science to students in the middle grades. It consists of 150 multiple-choice questions and is taken on computer. Earning a passing score of 227 or higher can help you secure or enhance your licensure in the state.

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