The history of United States is not always easy for students to understand. This exam was created in order to help teachers measure how well their students truly comprehend the events, causes, effects, and results of the American Revolution.
This exam is broken up into 5 specific parts and gives students the opportunity to self-monitor and regulate their understanding of the topic. This American Revolution exam includes a detailed answer key to help the students who need extra support when studying for assessments.
Part I: Leaders
Students are given 9 leaders who contributed during the American Revolution. After selecting 6 leaders of their choice, students are asked to write 1-2 ways their leader helped out during the American Revolution.
Part II: Causes and Events
Students are given 6 short response questions. Students are required to select 4 of the questions and write a detailed answer explaining their understanding of cause/effect relationships and events during the American Revolution.
Part III: Vocabulary
Students are given 12 vocabulary words related to the American Revolution. Students are asked to define 8 of the 12 words.
Part IV: Multiple Choice
Students are given 6 multiple questions related to the results of the American Revolution.
Part IV: Bonus
This is completely optional for students! However, it is a great chance for students to earn extra points on their assessment. The bonus question asks students to name the 13 colonies.
This exam is perfect for elementary, secondary, and home school students studying the history of the United States!