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1. the ability to read and write.
2. competence or knowledge in a specified area.
4th of July Literacy Test
How much do you know or remember about the course of events that led to the USA celebrating the 4th of July as a national holiday?
Take our 4th of July literacy test to find out. It’s divided into three categories: Easy, Moderately Difficult and Difficult.
The brief Stylized PowerPoint Video at the end (less than 6 minutes in duration) contains all the answers as it unfolds in storybook fashion.
1. What is another name for the 4th of July in the USA?
2. What is the name of the resolution/statement adopted by the USA on the 4th of July?
3. What empire/country did the USA break away from during this period?
4. How many states/colonies existed at the time of this historic event?
5. In what year did this historic event occur?
Moderately Difficult Questions
6. What major war is associated with the 4th of July?
7. Who wrote the U.S. resolution/statement associated with the 4th of July?
8. What is the name of the well-known Tea Party that occurred during this period of time (hint: where did it occur)?
9. What policy did the above Tea Party aim to protest?
10. Did the major war associated with the 4th of July start before or after the resolution/statement was adopted on the 4th of July?
11. How long did that major war last?
12. Can you name 3 of the 5 total parts associated with the resolution/statement adopted on the 4th of July?
13. Can you list the 3 values the USA was founded on, as per that resolution/statement?
14. What year did peace negotiations begin to end the war associated with this historic event?
15. Who drew the famous cartoon that called for colonial unity during this period?
Watch the Stylized PowerPoint Video for the answers to all these questions.
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