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Historical Skills10%
U.S. History15%
World History15%
Civics and Government20%
Economics20%
Geography20%
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  • Vocabulary Terms: 912

Test Standards

Historical Skills
1. (7.1.C1.A)  Chronology
2. (7.1.C1.B)  Relationships Over Time
3. (7.1.C1.C)  Visual Chronology
U.S. History
1. (1.1.C1.A)  19th Century Reform
2. (1.1.C1.B)  Progressivism
3. (1.1.C1.C)  Early-20th Century Technology
4. (1.1.C1.D)  Early-20th Century Society
5. (1.1.C1.E)  Great Depression
6. (1.1.C1.F)  FDR & The New Deal
7. (1.1.C1.G)  Post-War Economy
8. (1.2.C1.A)  Oregon After 1900
9. (1.2.C1.B)  Interactions Of Peoples
10. (1.2.C1.C)  Oregon And History
World History
1. (2.1.C1.A)  Industrial Revolution
2. (2.1.C1.B)  Agricultural Revolution
3. (2.1.C1.C)  Imperialism & Nationalism
4. (2.1.C1.D)  Indigenous Reactions
5. (2.1.C1.E)  Consequences Of Imperialism
6. (2.1.C1.F)  Japanese Expansion
7. (2.1.C1.G)  Chinese Revolutions
8. (2.1.C1.H)  Russian Revolution
9. (2.1.C1.I)  Mexican Revolution
10. (2.1.C1.J)  World War I: Causes
11. (2.1.C1.K)  World War I: Combat
12. (2.1.C1.L)  Treaty Of Versailles And Effects
13. (2.1.C1.M)  20th Century Aggression
14. (2.1.C1.N)  US Pre-War Isolation
15. (2.1.C1.O)  World War II: Combat
16. (2.1.C1.P)  Nazi Persecution
17. (2.1.C1.Q)  The Holocaust
18. (2.1.C1.R)  India
19. (2.1.C1.S)  Post-WWII Europe
20. (2.1.C1.U)  Cold War Impact
21. (2.1.C1.U)  Korea And Vietnam
Civics and Government
1. (3.1.C1.A)  Supremacy Clause
2. (3.1.C1.B)  Judicial Review
3. (3.1.C1.C)  Amending The Constitution
4. (3.2.C1.A)  Levels Of Government
5. (3.2.C1.B)  Federalism
6. (3.3.C1.A)  Purpose Of Laws
7. (3.3.C1.B)  Making Laws
8. (3.3.C1.C)  Presidential Powers
9. (3.4.C1.A)  Bill Of Rights
10. (3.4.C1.B)  Due Process
11. (3.4.C1.C)  Civil Rights & Case Law
12. (3.5.C1.A)  Civic Responsibilities
13. (3.6.C1.A)  Political Parties
14. (3.6.C1.B)  Civil Rights Movement
15. (3.6.C1.C)  20th Century Constitutional Changes
16. (3.7.C1.A)  International Organizations
17. (3.7.C1.B)  United Nations
18. (3.7.C1.C)  Humanitarian Organizations
19. (3.8.C1.A)  Government Function
Economics
1. (5.1.C1.A)  Specialization
2. (5.2.C1.A)  Market & Command Economies
3. (5.2.C1.B)  Decision Making
4. (5.3.C1.A)  Competition: Sellers
5. (5.3.C1.B)  Competition: Buyers
6. (5.4.C1.A)  Economic Systems
7. (5.5.C1.A)  Fiscal & Monetary Policy
8. (5.5.C1.B)  U.S. Government & The Economy
9. (5.5.C1.C)  Trade And Barriers
10. (5.6.C1.A)  International Economics
11. (5.7.C1.A)  Money
12. (5.8.C1.A)  Entrepreneurship
13. (5.8.C1.B)  Risk Vs. Return
14. (5.8.C1.C)  Credit
Geography
1. (4.1.C1.A)  Geographic Representations
2. (4.2.C1.A)  Geographic Issues
3. (4.3.C1.A)  Geographic Changes
4. (4.4.C1.A)  Regions And Cultures
5. (4.5.C1.A)  Transportation & Communication Systems
6. (4.5.C1.B)  Transportation/Communication Systems: Trade
7. (4.6.C1.A)  Changes In A Population
8. (4.7.C1.A)  Renewable & Non-Renewable Resources
9. (4.7.C1.B)  Resources & The Environment
10. (4.8.C1.A)  Human & Physical Activity