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Civics/Government26%
Economics24%
Geography 25%
History21%
  • Questions: 1,152
  • Two-Part Items: 12
  • Vocabulary Terms: 322
  • Performance Tasks: 107
  • Instructional Videos: 119

Test Standards

Civics/Government
1. (5.1.4.D)  Founding Documents
2. (5.1.4.D;5.3.4.A)  The U.S. Constitution
3. (5.3.4.A)  Structure Of Government
4. (5.1.4.C)  Levels Of Government
5. (5.1.4.C)  State Constitutions
6. (5.2.4.C, 5.3.4.B)  Government Officials
7. (5.1.4.C&D;5.2.4.A)  People & Laws: Relationships
8. (5.2.4.D;)  Civic Participation
9. (5.3.4.E.)  Voting
10. (5.2.4.B,D;5.3.4.F)  Civic Problems
11. (5.1.4.F)  Patriotic Symbols
12. (5.1.4.F)  Pledge Of Allegiance
Economics
1. (6.1.4.A)  Scarcity
2. (6.2.4.A&B)  Productive Resources
3. (6.2.4.D&E3)  Buyers & Sellers
4. (6.2.4.B,D)  Supply & Demand
5. (6.1.4.A,B,C)  Decision-Making
6. (6.2.4.F)  Currency
7. (6.5.4.G,H)  Financial Institutions
8. (6.3.4.A,B,C)  Financing Government
9. (6.2.4.G.)  Economic Questions
Geography
1. (7.1.4.A)  Using Maps
2. (7.1.4.A)  Types Of Maps
3. (7.1.4.A)  Map Elements
4. (7.1.4.A)  Scale & Distance
5. (7.1.4.B; 7.2.4.A)  Continents & Oceans
6. (7.1.4.B.)  Labeling North America
7. (7.1.4.B.)  Five U.S. Regions
8. (7.1.4.A,B)  Label The States
9. (7.1.4.A,B;7.2.4.B)  U.S. Physical Features
10. (7.2.4.B;7.3.4.A)  U.S. Landmarks
11. (7.2.4.B)  Settlement Patterns
12. (7.4.4.B)  Diverse Cultures
13. (7.4.4.A)  Climate Of North America
14. (7.4.4.A&B)  Changes In The Physical Environment
15. (7.4.4.A&B)  Global Connections
History
1. (8.2.4;8.3.4)  Timelines
2. (8.3.4)  Comparing Regions
3. (8.4.2-4)  Impact Of Individuals
4. (8.4.4.B)  Historic Places
5. (8.1.4)  Primary & Secondary Sources
6. (8.2.4-8.4.4)  Cause & Effect