Problem Solving Assessments for Chapter 5:
The Road to the Revolutionary War


In this chapter, a number of questions are presented after brief sections of text. Following is a pdf for the questions as well as the answers. Click on either one to have it printed.

Ch. 5 Questions     Ch. 5 Answers

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  1. The class is making a time-line of illustrations from each chapter to go around the room. Draw a picture of one of the events in this chapter, be sure to include who, where , what, and when. (Examples: "The Boston Tea Party", "The Signing of the Declaration of Independence", "Chief Pontiac and the Line of Demarcation" etc.) [audio]

  2. Trade is a method that countries use to exchange goods with each other. What are some of the methods that countries use to control trade? [audio]

  3. The actions of the British government contributed to starting a rebellion in the 13 Colonies. Find some examples of those actions.[audio]

  4. What are some of the the governmental actions or policies that can promote good relations between a government and the people? [audio]

  5. What are some ways people use in your community to try and change unfair governmental or business practices? [audio]

  6. If you were to organize a successful change that would benefit people in your city, what actions would you take? How would the local government react? [audio]

  7. Do you agree or disagree with some of Jefferson's views? Based on Jefferson's view of the world, how well do you think that the government of the U.S.A. is living up to those ideals? [audio]