1960s Counterculture & Vietnam Self-Quiz
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1960s Counterculture & Vietnam Self-Quiz


1960s Counterculture & Vietnam Self-Quiz

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Through this stand-alone instructional resource (StAIR), high school students will be able to quiz themselves on key terms and events during the 1960s Counterculture and Vietnam War era to help test their readiness for an end-of-unit assessment or semester final exam.  While terms are not and should not be the ultimate end goal of any unit or lesson, mastering their definition and significance is essential in order for students to produce a high-level analysis of the time period.The intended... More
Material Type: Quiz/Test
Technical Format: PowerPoint
Date Added to MERLOT: February 20, 2013
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 01, 2013
Submitter: Jennifer Esch
Keywords: unit review, american history, 1960s, united states history, vietnam, counterculture, self-quiz


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Primary Audience: High School
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: This StAIR is available to download as a PowerPoint kiosk (specifically .ppsx).
Language: English
Cost Involved: no
Source Code Available: unsure
Accessiblity Information Available: unsure
Creative Commons: Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States


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Avatar for Lindsay Annelin
1 year ago

Lindsay Annelin (Teacher (K-12))

Wow..this is a very well thought out presentation and also quite user-friendly.  I appreciate how the quiz is broken down into three sections, including; People, Events, and Terms, Concepts and Things.  It is an easy way to access the information the individual needs to quiz themselves on in order to better prepare for the assessment. 

I also really like the fact that if you click on the wrong answer, there is a meaningful explanation as to why that answer was possibly chosen and where to go from that point.  It even gives you additional information when you choose the correct answer.  I found this very helpful as I navigated my way through the presentation.

Personally, I found this StAIR very resourceful, full of great information and quotes, and incredibly well laid out.

Technical Remarks:

The presentation is very appealing to the eye, easy to navigate, and all of the links work marvelously!  A job well done!

Time spent reviewing site: 25 minutes

Avatar for Andrew Murray
1 year ago

Andrew Murray (Student)

The 1960's is such an interesting period in time.   The way this resource navigates and teaches information is amazing!  I love the way you sorted things into categories (people, events, terms).  It's helpful for students sometimes to have things sorted for them if they are struggling to make meaning of so many ideas.  

One consideration for this project would be to add video and audio.  For example, the questions that have quotes or talk about musicians would be great areas to add in media so students can further connect the knowledge.

This is outstanding!!!

Technical Remarks:

The navigation is fabulous... I didn't find any gaps or missing links. Great job!

Time spent reviewing site: 30 mins