Ch 31: WEST Middle Level Humanities: The Jacksonian Democracy

About This Chapter

Brush the dust off of your knowledge on the presidency of Andrew Jackson and the presidents immediately before and after him with these videos. Prepare for the WEST Middle Level Humanities exam by taking the chapter test and lesson quizzes.

WEST Middle Level Humanities: The Jacksonian Democracy - Chapter Summary

Working through these lessons will help you ace the American History portion of the Washington Educator Skills Test-Endorsements (WEST-E) Middle Level Humanities assessment. Here we cover the good, bad, and indifferent of these early 19th-century presidents, with expert instruction coming to you in entertaining and memorable fashion in our unique videos. The lessons in this chapter cover:

  • John Quincy Adams
  • Andrew Jackson
  • The Trail of Tears and Indian Removal Act
  • Martin Van Buren and William Henry Harrison

The lessons here are a comprehensive test prep suite: each video gives you a thorough (though concise) review, a lesson transcript helps you study the key terms and events in print, and self-assessments throughout help you see how you're doing. Our platform is designed to be viewed on both computers and mobile devices, giving you the chance to study at home or on the go. Easy navigation tools guide you through the lessons while giving you lots of freedom to skip directly to the information you need most.

WEST Middle Level Humanities: The Jacksonian Democracy Chapter Objectives

The WEST-E Middle Level Humanities exam comes in two parts; Subtest 1 evaluates English Language Arts and Reading while Subtest 2 evaluates Social Studies. The content in this chapter falls under Subtest 2, particularly the U.S. and World History content domain, which makes up about 33% of the 55 multiple-choice questions in Subtest 2.

This chapter meets the testing objective 0016: understand key themes and major developments in U.S. history from the Precontact period through the Columbian Exchange to 1900. It focuses particularly on the years of westward expansion and how the federal government responded to the native people's populating those lands at the time.

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