Michigan Civics (2019) Practice

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C 1 - Philosophical Foundations of Civic & Political Life 7%
C 2 - Origins & Foundations of Government of the United States of America 11%
C 3 - Structure & Function of Government in the United States of America 38%
C 4 Rights & LIberties in the United States of America 13%
C 5 - The United States of America & World Affairs 13%
C 6 - Citizenship in the United States of America 18%
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Test Standards

C 1 - Philosophical Foundations of Civic & Political Life
1. (C.1.1.1)  Political Philosophers
2. (1.1.2)  Concepts of Governing
3. (1.1.3)  Democracy
4. (1.1.4)  Systems of Government
C 2 - Origins & Foundations of Government of the United States of America
1. (2.1.1)  Origins of America's Constitution
2. (2.1.2)  The Declaration of Independence
3. (2.1.3)  Constitutional Ratification
4. (2.2.1)  Values vs. Principles
5. (2.2.2)  Ideals in Important Documents
6. (2.2.3)  Ideals vs. Specifics
C 3 - Structure & Function of Government in the United States of America
1. (3.1.1)  Article I
2. (3.1.2)  Article II
3. (3.1.3)  Article III
4. (3.1.4)  Conflict Between the Three Branches
5. (3.1.5)  The Court System
6. (3.1.6)  Federal Government Revenue
7. (3.1.7)  Constitutional Limits of Power
8. (3.2.1)  Limits of State Powers
9. (3.2.2)  Tensions Between Levels of Government
10. (3.2.3)  State & Local Government Organization
11. (3.2.4)  Tribal Governments
12. (3.2.5)  State & Local Government Revenue
13. (3.2.6)  Monitoring State & Local Governments
14. (3.3.1)  Influencing Public Opinion
15. (3.3.2)  Evolution of Political Parties
16. (3.3.3)  Public Opinion
17. (3.3.4)  Campaigns & Elections
18. (3.3.5)  N.G.O.s
19. (3.3.6)  The Media
20. (3.3.7)  Analyze Media
C 4 Rights & LIberties in the United States of America
1. (C-4.1.1 )  The First Amendment
2. (C-4.1.2)  Rights of the Accused
3. (C-4.2.1)  The Civil War Amendments
4. (C-4.2.2 )  Suffrage Amendments
5. (C-4.2.3)  The Doctrine of Incorporation
6. (C-4.3.1 )  Rights in Conflict
7. (C-4.3.2 )  Denying/Extending Rights
C 5 - The United States of America & World Affairs
1. (5.1.1)  Making Foreign Policy
2. (5.1.2)  Major Foreign Policy Positions
3. (5.1.3)  Influencing Foreign Policy
4. (5.2.1)  America's International Influences
5. (5.2.2)  International Influences on the U.S.
6. (5.2.3)  International Agreements
7. (5.2.4)  International Organizations
C 6 - Citizenship in the United States of America
1. (6.1.1)  Types of Citizenship
2. (6.1.2)  Criteria for Citizenship
3. (6.1.3)  Comparing Rights
4. (6.2.1)  The Meaning of Citizenship
5. (6.3.1)  Personal Rights
6. (6.3.2)  Civic Responsibilities
7. (6.4.1)  Encouraging Citizen Involvement
8. (6.4.2)  Dispositions of Citizenship
9. (6.4.3)  Developing Members of Society
10. (C-6.4.4)  Equipping Students