Indiana U.S. Government (ILEARN) Practice

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Functions of Government37%
Historical Foundations of American Government26%
Institutions and Processes of Government37%
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  • Other Standards
  • Questions: 1,434
  • Two-Part Items: 14
  • Vocabulary Terms: 371
  • Performance Tasks: 84
  • Instructional Videos: 103

Test Standards

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