This collection of primary sources (in the public domain) are accompanied by comprehension questions that require high-level analysis and synthesis. Lessons cover Presidential and Congressional Reconstruction and the white backlash to Reconstruction
In this version of the industrialization test, questions have been modified to include three instead of four answer choices, making them more suitable for students with reading-based IEPs. The answer key is included.
The second portion of the exam
Assorted primary source documents (in the public domain) related to the Enlightenment and its impact on the governments of America and France. Special attention is paid to groups excluded from new concepts of political rights (most notably, women
This series of lessons covers WWI from the beginning of tensions caused by the Franco-Prussian War through the Treaty of Versailles. Topics covered include the war's causes, features of modern war, American neutrality and its end, disillusionment
This assessment includes 15 multiple choice questions aligned with the higher tiers of Bloom's Taxonomy. Some are document-based. An answer key is included
The second portion of the test is comprised of a short essay.
This test contains 13 multiple choice questions aligned to the higher tiers of Bloom's Taxonomy. Most are document-based. These are followed by a short essay question requiring the evaluation of a W.E.B. DuBois quote about Reconstruction. Answers
This multiple choice test includes questions on early government and the changes introduced by the Enlightenment. Most questions are document-based, and all are aligned to the higher tiers of Bloom's Taxonomy. Answers are included.
Part II of the
This test contains 13 document-based multiple choice questions with three answer choices instead of four. Bolding and text editing makes this version of the test more appropriate for students with reading-based IEPs. An answer key is included. The
This version of the Enlightenment Unit Test contains 15 multiple choice questions with three answer choices (instead of four), in addition to modified texts, making it appropriate for students with reading-based IEPs. An answer key is included.
This version of the imperialism unit test has been modified for students with reading-based IEPs. Answers to multiple choice questions are included.
The second half of of the test consists of a short essay.
Primary sources (in the public domain) related to industrialization, primarily in Britain and America. Special attention is paid to the experience of women and children. Documents also cover responses to industrialization, including sources related