Social Studies 20-1 Essay Examples

Grade 11 Tests

The following practice exams are available for Grade 11 students in Alberta. To practice an exam, click on the "Start Test" button to the left of the exam that you wish to write, in the tables below. Your exam will pop up in a new window, which you can close when you are done the test.


 
English 20-1
Start TestMacbeth Review10 QuestionsRandomized, from 71 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestLord of the Flies Review10 QuestionsRandomized, from 31 questions overallTop Scores
 
Start TestReading Comprehension
  • Short Story: The Storyteller, by H. H. Munro
10 QuestionsRandomized from 30 questionsTop Scores
Start TestReading Comprehension
  • Short Story: Initiation, by Sylvia Plath
10 QuestionsRandomized from 30 questionsTop Scores
Start TestReading Comprehension
  • Poetry: A Narrow Fellow in the Grass, by Emily Dickinson
10 QuestionsNon-randomized, based on 1 readingTop Scores
Start TestReading Comprehension
  • Poetry: Out, Out-, by Robert Frost
10 QuestionsNon-randomized, based on 1 readingTop Scores
Start TestReading Comprehension
  • Poetry: In Progress, by Christina Rossetti
10 QuestionsNon-randomized, based on 1 readingTop Scores
Start TestReading Comprehension
  • Shakespeare and Petrarch - Sonnets of Love
10 QuestionsRandomized from 30 questionsTop Scores
Start TestReading Comprehension 10 QuestionsRandomized from 35 questionsTop Scores
Start TestReading Comprehension 10 QuestionsRandomized from 15 questionsTop Scores
Start TestReading Comprehension 10 QuestionsRandomized from 17 questionsTop Scores
Start TestReading Comprehension 10 QuestionsRandomized from 25 questionsTop Scores
Start TestReading Comprehension 10 QuestionsRandomized from 30 questionsTop Scores
Start TestReading Comprehension 10 QuestionsRandomized from 30 questionsTop Scores
Start TestReading Comprehension 10 QuestionsRandomized from 30 questionsTop Scores
Start TestReading Comprehension 10 QuestionsRandomized from 25 questionsTop Scores
Start TestReading Comprehension 10 QuestionsRandomized from 30 questionsTop Scores
Start TestReading Comprehension 10 QuestionsRandomized from 30 questionsTop Scores
Start TestReading Comprehension
  • The Importance Of Being Earnest
10 QuestionsRandomized from 30 questionsTop Scores
 
Start TestVocabulary 10 QuestionsNon-Randomized from 10 questionsTop Scores
Start TestVocabulary 10 QuestionsRandomized from 20 questionsTop Scores
Start TestVocabulary 10 QuestionsRandomized from 75 questionsTop Scores
Start TestVocabulary 10 QuestionsRandomized from 20 questionsTop Scores
Start TestBrain Challenge - High School Vocabulary10 QuestionsRandomized
from 305 questions
Top Scores
 
Start TestGrammar 10 QuestionsRandomized from 60 questionsTop Scores
Start TestGrammar
  • Punctuation and Capitalization
10 QuestionsRandomized from 45 questionsTop Scores
Start TestGrammar 10 QuestionsRandomized from 70 questionsTop Scores
Start TestGrammar 10 QuestionsRandomized from 70 questionsTop Scores
Start TestLiterary Terms and Elements10 QuestionsRandomized, from 139 questions overallTop Scores

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English 20-2
Start TestReading Comprehension 12 QuestionsNon-randomized, based on several readingsTop Scores
Start TestReading Comprehension 10 QuestionsNon-randomized, based on 1 readingTop Scores
Start TestReading Comprehension 10 QuestionsNon-randomized, based on 1 readingTop Scores
 
Start TestVocabulary 10 QuestionsRandomized from 80 questionsTop Scores
Start TestVocabulary 10 QuestionsRandomized from 70 questionsTop Scores
Start TestVocabulary 10 QuestionsRandomized from 50 questionsTop Scores
 
Start TestGrammar 10 QuestionsRandomized from 15 questionsTop Scores
Start TestGrammar
  • Punctuation and Capitalization
10 QuestionsRandomized from 50 questionsTop Scores
Start TestGrammar 10 QuestionsRandomized from 30 questionsTop Scores
Start TestGrammar 10 QuestionsRandomized from 30 questionsTop Scores

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Social Studies 20-1
Start TestEntire Course10 QuestionsRandomized, from 195 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestEntire Course25 QuestionsRandomized, from 195 questions overallTop Scores
 
Start TestNationalism and Identity
  • To what extent should nation be the foundation of identity?
10 QuestionsRandomized, from 65 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestNational Interest
  • To what extent should national interest be pursued?
10 QuestionsRandomized, from 56 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestInternationalism
  • To what extent should internationalism be pursued?
10 QuestionsRandomized, from 40 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestNational Identity
  • To what extent should individuals and groups in Canada embrace a national identity?
10 QuestionsRandomized, from 34 questions overallTop Scores
 
Start TestGeography Challenge: Europe Map 115 QuestionsNon-randomized: 15 questionsTop Scores
Start TestGeography Challenge: Europe Map 210 QuestionsNon-randomized: 10 questionsTop Scores
Start TestGeography Challenge: Europe Map 319 QuestionsNon-randomized: 19 questionsTop Scores
Start TestGeography Challenge: United States Map 110 QuestionsNon-randomized: 10 questionsTop Scores
Start TestGeography Challenge: United States Map 210 QuestionsNon-randomized: 10 questionsTop Scores
Start TestGeography Challenge: United States Map 310 QuestionsNon-randomized: 10 questionsTop Scores
Start TestGeography Challenge: United States Map 410 QuestionsNon-randomized: 10 questionsTop Scores
Start TestGeography Challenge: United States Map 58 QuestionsNon-randomized: 8 questionsTop Scores

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Social Studies 20-2
Start TestEntire Course10 QuestionsRandomized, from 163 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestEntire Course25 QuestionsRandomized, from 163 questions overallTop Scores
 
Start TestNationalism and Identity
  • Should nation be the foundation of identity?
10 QuestionsRandomized, from 55 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestNational Interest
  • Should nations pursue national interest?
10 QuestionsRandomized, from 42 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestInternationalism
  • Should internationalism be pursued?
10 QuestionsRandomized, from 37 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestInternationalism
  • Should individuals and groups in Canada embrace a national identity?
10 QuestionsRandomized, from 29 questions overallTop Scores

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Biology 20
Start TestEntire Course10 QuestionsRandomized, from 267 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestEntire Course25 QuestionsRandomized, from 267 questions overallTop Scores
 
Start TestUnit 1: Energy and Matter Exchange in the Biosphere 10 QuestionsRandomized, from 85 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestUnit 2: Ecosystems and Population Change10 QuestionsRandomized, from 60 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestUnit 3: Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration 10 QuestionsRandomized, from 57 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestUnit 4: Human Systems10 QuestionsRandomized, from 71 questions overallTop Scores

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Chemistry 20
Start TestEntire Course10 QuestionsRandomized, from 250 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestEntire Course25 QuestionsRandomized, from 250 questions overallTop Scores
 
Start TestUnit 1: The Diversity of Matter and Chemical Bonding10 QuestionsRandomized, from 64 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestUnit 2: Forms of Matter10 QuestionsRandomized, from 50 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestUnit 3: Matter as Solutions, Acids, and Bases10 QuestionsRandomized, from 59 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestUnit 4: Quantitative Relationships in Chemical Changes10 QuestionsRandomized, from 78 questions overallTop Scores
 
Start TestThe Elements - Symbols25 QuestionsRandomized, from 250 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestThe Elements - Periodicity, Properties and Uses25 QuestionsRandomized, from 57 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestThe Elements - Atomic Structure and Trends25 QuestionsRandomized, from 64 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestNaming Ions and Compounds25 QuestionsRandomized, from 193 questions overallTop Scores

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Physics 20
Start TestEntire Course10 QuestionsRandomized, from 193 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestEntire Course25 QuestionsRandomized, from 193 questions overallTop Scores
 
Start TestUnit 1: Kinematics10 QuestionsRandomized, from 60 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestUnit 2: Dynamics10 QuestionsRandomized, from 32 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestUnit 3: Circular Motion, Work, and Energy10 QuestionsRandomized, from 51 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestUnit 4: Oscillatory Motion and Mechanical Waves10 QuestionsRandomized, from 51 questions overallTop Scores

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Science 20
Start TestEntire Course10 QuestionsRandomized, from 238 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestEntire Course25 QuestionsRandomized, from 238 questions overallTop Scores
 
Start TestUnit 1: The Changing Earth10 QuestionsRandomized, from 44 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestUnit 2: Changes in Living Systems10 QuestionsRandomized, from 49 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestUnit 3: Chemical Changes10 QuestionsRandomized, from 83 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestUnit 4: Changes in Motion10 QuestionsRandomized, from 60 questions overallTop Scores

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Math 20-1
Start TestEntire Course10 QuestionsRandomized, from 744 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestEntire Course25 QuestionsRandomized, from 744 questions overallTop Scores
 
Start TestSequences and Series10 QuestionsRandomized, from 59 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestTrigonometry10 QuestionsRandomized, from 119 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestQuadratic Functions10 QuestionsRandomized, from 184 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestQuadratic Equations10 QuestionsRandomized, from 83 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestRadical Expressions and Equations10 QuestionsRandomized, from 56 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestRational Expressions and Equations10 QuestionsRandomized, from 74 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestAbsolute Value and Reciprocal Functions10 QuestionsRandomized, from 61 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestSystems of Equations10 QuestionsRandomized, from 58 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestLinear and Quadratic Inequalities10 QuestionsRandomized, from 50 questions overallTop Scores

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Math 20-2
Start TestEntire Course10 QuestionsRandomized, from 333 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestEntire Course25 QuestionsRandomized, from 333 questions overallTop Scores
 
Start TestInductive and Deductive Reasoning10 QuestionsRandomized, from 39 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestProperties of Angles and Triangles10 QuestionsRandomized, from 36 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestAcute Triangle Trigonometry10 QuestionsRandomized, from 40 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestRadicals10 QuestionsRandomized, from 40 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestStatistical Reasoning10 QuestionsRandomized, from 40 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestQuadratic Functions10 QuestionsRandomized, from 63 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestQuadratic Equations10 QuestionsRandomized, from 34 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestProportional Reasoning10 QuestionsRandomized, from 36 questions overallTop Scores

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Math 20-3
Start TestEntire Course10 QuestionsRandomized, from 287 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestEntire Course25 QuestionsRandomized, from 287 questions overallTop Scores
 
Start TestSlope and Rate of Change10 QuestionsRandomized, from 30 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestGraphical Representations10 QuestionsRandomized, from 34 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestSurface Area, Volume and Capacity10 QuestionsRandomized, from 30 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestTrigonometry of Right Triangles10 QuestionsRandomized, from 38 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestScale Representations10 QuestionsRandomized, from 30 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestFinancial Services10 QuestionsRandomized, from 78 questions overallTop Scores
Start TestPersonal Budgets10 QuestionsRandomized, from 47 questions overallTop Scores

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You wrote your Cold War Exam today, and you'll get the results back tomorrow. We'll continue our film study of "12 Years a Slave" tomorrow.


I gave you the results back for your Chapter 3-4 Test at the beginning of class today. We watched "Paris 1919" today, and we'll finish it off tomorrow. We'll continue our examination of the Paris Peace Conference tomorrow as well with an activity out of your workbooks. Next week, on March 21st you will be writing a WRA I on Unit 2 material.


You finished writing your Unit 1 WRA II Essay today, hopefully within a week you'll get the results back for this writing assignment. You have your Unit 1 Final Exam on Wednesday, March 21st, please see the study guide below.

Unit 1 Final Exam will be Wednesday, March 21st. The format for the exam is entirely multiple choice. It will consist of 55 multiple choice questions, 60-65% of the questions will be "source-based" questions, while the remainder will be simply knowledge and comprehension style questions. In other words, the source-based questions will use political cartoons, timelines, a chart or diagram, a graph, a reading, a photo or a map, and you will have answer questions related to that source. The source-based questions will be difficult to prepare for. You must have a firm grasp of the concepts and key terms that were introduced in Unit 1, because that will allow you to apply the knowledge that you have to answer the multiple choice questions.

Please study your key terms from Chapters 1-5, and the topics covered in that unit.
1. Key Terms/Key Concepts in Unit 1:

  • globalization
  • pluralistic society
  • transnationals
  • society
  • “the global village”
  • United Nations
  • G-8
  • La Francophonie
  • NATO
  • individual identity
  • collective identity
  • traditions
  • minority group
  • official bilingualism
  • universalization of pop culture
  • hybridization
  • media transnationals
  • media consolidation
  • CBC/SRC
  • Official Languages Act
  • CRTC
  • Canadian Content (CanCon)
  • homogenization
  • monoculture
  • assimilation
  • marginalization
  • accommodation
  • secularism
  • integration
  • cosmopolitan
  • acculturation
  • cultural revitalization
  • Charter of Rights and Freedoms

2. Know your case studies extremely well!
3. Be able to apply key concepts!

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