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The Nature of Politics and Government20%
Foundations of Government in the United States20%
Purposes, Principles and Institutions of Government in the U.S.30%
The Relationship of the U.S. to Other Nations in World Affairs15%
Roles of Citizens in the United States 15%
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  • Vocabulary Terms: 369

Test Standards

The Nature of Politics and Government
1. (SS.USG.1.1 2007)  Individual's Activities
2. (SS.USG.1.2 2007)  Public Policy
3. (SS.USG.1.3 2007)  The Preamble
4. (SS.USG.1.4 2007)  Types Of Government
5. (SS.USG.1.5 2007)  Limited & Unlimited Government
6. (SS.USG.1.6 2007)  Systems Of Government
7. (SS.USG.1.7 2007)  Representative Democracy
8. (SS.USG.1.8 2007)  Three Constitutional Principles
9. (SS.USG.1.9 2007)  Importance Of A Constitution
10. (SS.USG.1.10 2007)  Sources Of Authority
11. (SS.USG.1.11 2007)  Majority Rule/Minority Rights
Foundations of Government in the United States
1. (SS.USG.2.1 2007)  Founding-Era Experiences
2. (SS.USG.2.2 2007)  Founding-Era Documents
3. (SS.USG.2.3 2007)  Foundational Ideas
4. (SS.USG.2.4 2007)  Federalists And Anti-Federalists
5. (SS.USG.2.5 2007)  Fundamental Principles
6. (SS.USG.2.6 2007)  American Democratic Values
7. (SS.USG.2.7 2007)  Democratic Realities
Purposes, Principles and Institutions of Government in the U.S.
1. (SS.USG.3.1 2007)  Analyzing The Constitution
2. (SS.USG.3.2 2007)  Constitutional Principles
3. (SS.USG.3.3 2007)  Federal & State Authority
4. (SS.USG.3.4 2007)  Government & The Economy
5. (SS.USG.3.5 2007)  Article IV
6. (SS.USG.3.6 2007)  Governmental Powers
7. (SS.USG.3.7 2007)  Separation Of Powers
8. (SS.USG.3.8 2007)  Fiscal & Monetary Policies
9. (SS.USG.3.9 2007)  Legislative Process
10. (SS.USG.3.10 2007)  Amending The Constitution
11. (SS.USG.3.11 2007)  The Judicial Branch
12. (SS.USG.3.12 2007)  Executive Departments
13. (SS.USG.3.13 2007)  Elections
14. (SS.USG.3.14 2007)  Political Parties
15. (SS.USG.3.15 2007)  The Electoral College
16. (SS.USG.3.16 2007)  State & Local Governments
17. (SS.USG.3.17 2007)  Special Interest Groups
18. (SS.USG.3.18 2007)  Supreme Court Cases: Powers Of Government
19. (SS.USG.3.19 2007)  Supreme Court Cases: Federalism
20. (SS.USG.3.20 2007)  Media And Public Opinion
The Relationship of the U.S. to Other Nations in World Affairs
1. (SS.USG.4.1 2007)  World Governments
2. (SS.USG.4.2 2007)  World Affairs
3. (SS.USG.4.3 2007)  International Conflicts
4. (SS.USG.4.4 2007)  International Organizations
5. (SS.USG.4.5 2007)  The Constitution & Foreign Affairs
6. (SS.USG.4.6 2007)  Foreign Policy
7. (SS.USG.4.7 2007)  Influencing Foreign Policy
8. (SS.USG.4.8 2007)  International NGOs
9. (SS.USG.4.9 2007)  Important World Issues
10. (SS.USG.4.10 2007)  Foreign Policy & State Issues
Roles of Citizens in the United States
1. (SS.USG.5.1 & 5.2 2007)  Defining Citizenship
2. (SS.USG.5.3 2007)  Roles Of Citizens
3. (SS.USG.5.4 2007)  Civic Responsibilities
4. (SS.USG.5.5 2007)  Civil Rights
5. (SS.USG.5.6 2007)  Limiting Rights
6. (SS.USG.5.7 2007)  Citizen Actions
7. (SS.USG.5.8 2007)  Civic Participation
8. (SS.USG.5.9 2007)  Contributing To The Community
9. (SS.USG.5.10 2007)  Supreme Court Cases: Rights & Liberties
10. (SS.USG.5.11 2007)  Individuals & World Affairs
11. (SS.USG.5.12 2007)  Discussing Political Issues