Ch 14: WEST History: The Roaring 20s

About This Chapter

Use our engaging video lessons to revisit your knowledge of America during the Roaring Twenties. These comprehensive video lessons and self-assessment quizzes afford you excellent preparation for the questions on the WEST History test.

WEST History: The Roaring 20s - Chapter Summary

These lessons review the events that characterized the United States between 1920 and 1930, and they can help to prepare you for corresponding questions on the WEST History test. Subject matter covered in the lessons includes:

  • Life and culture in 1920s America
  • 1920s economics, including the stock market, economic shift and consumerism
  • Eugenics, opposition to immigration and the rise of the Ku Klux Klan

By using the multi-faceted approach offered by our video lessons, self-assessment quizzes, transcripts and subject-matter experts, you can explore the areas you wish to strengthen, skip those sections in which you feel secure and get help if you need it.

WEST History: The Roaring 20s Chapter Objectives

The WEST History test examines your mastery of world and U.S. history and knowledge of social studies concepts as a way of determining your qualifications for a history teaching endorsement or teacher certification in Washington. Our Roaring 20s chapter corresponds to part of the U.S. History domain, which constitutes about 36% of the WEST History test.

Altogether, the WEST History tests consists of 110 questions. The test is computer-based and all of the questions are multiple choice. You are given a short passage to read and a list of possible responses, from which you must choose the one that best answers the question.

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