Wisconsin Political Science and Citizenship (WiAS) Practice

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Political Origins17%
Rights and Responsibilities 36%
Organization of Government36%
International Politics11%
  • Questions: 987
  • Technology Enhanced Items: 66
  • Instructional Videos: 89
  • Vocabulary Terms: 310

Test Standards

Political Origins
1. (C.12.3)  Founding Ideals & Principles
2. (C.12.3)  Declaration Of Independence
3. (C.12.3)  Founding Documents
4. (C.12.3)  Federalists Vs. Anti-Federalists
5. (C.12.3)  Principles Of The Constitution
Rights and Responsibilities
1. (C.12.1)  Citizenship And Rights
2. (C.12.1)  Civic Participation
3. (C.12.3)  Constitutional Rights
4. (C.12.4)  Non-Absolute Rights
5. (C.12.4,12.9,12.10)  Achieving Change
6. (C.12.3-12.5)  Expansion Of Rights
7. (C.12.8,12.11)  The Media
8. (C.12.8)  Accuracy & Bias
9. (C.12.7,12.11)  Political Parties & Other Influences
10. (C.12.1)  Voter Turnout
Organization of Government
1. (C.12.3,12.6)  Examine Constitutional Principles
2. (C.12.6)  Federalism
3. (C.12.2-12.4)  Article I: Legislative Branch
4. (C.12.2)  Article II: Executive Branch
5. (C.12.2-12.4)  Article III: Judicial Branch
6. (C.12.2-12.4)  Judicial Review
7. (12.3,12.14,12.16)  Landmark Supreme Court Cases
8. (C.12.3,12.14,12.16)  Individual Rights
9. (C.12.2)  Constitutional Powers
10. (C.12.2)  Power & Responsibility
International Politics
1. (C.12.2,12.13)  World Governments
2. (C.12.15)  Human Rights
3. (C.12.12)  International Organizations