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1 Social Studies Grades 9-12 Ohio Missouri United States GOVERNMENT 2006 STANDARDS Principles of Constitutional Democracy 1. Knowledge of the principles expressed in documents shaping constitutional democracy in the United States A. (1) Principles of constitutional democracy in the United States Apply the following concepts to historical and contemporary issues: checks and balances separation of powers 63-67, 73-75, Critical Thinking 65, 66 CL 75; CLA 173; CTA 66; MLA 174 Daily Lecture Notes , 64-65, Critical Thinking 65 CTA 66 Daily Lecture Notes Codes used for Teacher Wraparound Edition pages are the initial caps of headings on that page.

2 federalism representation popular sovereignty due process of law judicial review 12, 65, , , , Critical Thinking 97 CLA 96; ECP 94; MLS 108 Daily Lecture Notes Interpreting Political Cartoons , 37, , , 689 MLS 20 Guided Reading Activities 5 8, 37-38, 65 Critical Thinking 65 MLA 65 Daily Lecture Notes Skill Reinforcement Activities , 88-89, , , Critical Thinking 86 EC 89 Interpreting Political Cartoons 21 Skill Reinforcement Activities , 72-73, 80-81, , , 640 CTA 308 Guided Reading Activities 39, 43 Social Studies 2 United States Government

3 Determine the civic responsibilities of individual citizens Identify and give examples of democracies and republics Assess the changing roles of government philosophy limits duties Describe the historical foundations of the United States governmental system 23-24, , Participating in Government 36, 101, 552 Voter s Handbook CLA 13; CTA , CLA 690; CTA 21, 692 Guided Reading Activities , 12-17, 18-24, 26-30, 63-67, CL 30; CTA 29; MLS 28 Guided Reading Activities , 65-67, 73-75, , , , , Critical Thinking 66 CL 75; ICA 249 Skill Reinforcement Activities 1, , 16-17, 68-75, , , Critical Thinking 159 CL 165; ICA , 19-24, 26-28, 35-40, 42-47, 48-52, 53-58, Critical Thinking 64 ECP 34 Daily Lecture Notes 9-19 Social Studies 3 United States Government

4 Evaluate the roles and influence of political parties and interest groups , , , , CTA 456, 467, 511 Guided Reading Activities Interpreting Political Cartoons B. (2) Understanding the relevance and connection of constitutional principles Examine the relevance and connection of constitutional principles in the following documents: Mayflower Compact Declaration of Independence Articles of Confederation U.S. Constitution 39 Critical Thinking 64 Historic Documents 802 CTA 38; ECP , 355, 391 CTA 45 Daily Lecture Notes , 65, 245, Critical Thinking 49 Historic Documents 808 CLA 49; MLS 50 Guided Reading Activities , 63-67, Constitution of the United States CL 58; CLA 54, 64; CTA 56; MLS 65 Guided Reading Activities 8-13 Skill Reinforcement Activities 3 Social Studies 4 United States Government

5 Federalist Papers STANDARDS Amendments to Constitution, emphasizing Bill of Rights Key Supreme Court decisions (e.g., Marbury v. Madison, McCulloch v. Maryland, Miranda v. Arizona, Plessy v. Ferguson, Brown v. Topeka Board of Education) 15, 57-58, 96-97, 454 Historic Documents MLS , , , , , , Critical Thinking 86, 88 CTA 86 Guided Reading Activities 12, , , , , Supreme Court Case Summaries CLA 407; CTA 308; ICA 309; MLS 307 Guided Reading Activities United States History 2a. Knowledge of continuity and change in the history of Missouri, the United States and the world B. (2) Political development in the United States Analyze the evolution of American democracy, its ideas, institutions and political processes from colonial days to the present, including: American Revolution Constitution and amendments 35-40, 42-47, 48-52, CL 52; CTA 38, 45; ECP 34 Daily Lecture Notes , 63-67, 68-75, 76-81, Critical Thinking 88 CL 58; CLA 54, 64; ECP 62 Guided Reading Activities 9-12 Social Studies 5 United States Government

6 Civil War and Reconstruction struggle for civil rights expanding role of government The following references provide points of entry to a study of the Civil War and Reconstruction , 88-89, , 454, 625 A Changing Office 71 Historic Documents 821 CTA , Critical Thinking 409 Historic Documents 821, 825 CL 410; CLA 407; CTA 409; MLS 408 Interpreting Political Cartoons , , , , , CTA 66, 175; EC 89 World History 2b. Knowledge of continuity and change in the history of the world (World History) E. (5) Effect of the Enlightenment on major revolutions Evaluate the Enlightenment, including its principle ideas, its antecedents, its challenge to absolutist monarchies and others and its effects on world history The following references cover Enlightenment principles such as religious tolerance, Adam Smith s theories of capitalism, checks and balances, as pioneered by Montesquieu, and social agitation, as reflected in the struggle for independence. 8, 20-24, 27, 42-47, Cover Story 63 MLS 20 Social Studies 6 United States Government

7 Principles and Processes of Governance Systems 3. Knowledge of principles and processes of governance systems A. (1) Principles and purposes of government Describe the purposes and structure of laws and government (with emphasis on the federal and state governments) Explain the importance of the following principles of government: limited government majority rule and minority rights constitution and civil rights checks and balances , , CL 428; CLA 431; ECP 422; MLS 425, 432 Guided Reading Activities Skill Reinforcement Activities , 65-67, 73-75, , , , CL 75; ICA 249 Skill Reinforcement Activities 1, , , , , CL 405; CLA 407; CTA 401; MLS , , , Critical Thinking 88, 409 CLA 356, 407; CTA 409 Guided Reading Activities Vocabulary Activities , 73-75, Critical Thinking 65, 66 CL 75; CLA 173; CTA 66; MLS 174 Daily Lecture Notes Social Studies 7 United States Government

8 merits of the above principles The merits of limited government, checks and balances, majority rule with minority and civil rights are related to the preservation of fundamental democratic ideals, such as equality, liberty, freedom from governmental abuses, popular sovereignty, respect for diversity, etc, all of which can be found, broadly, in the following references. 9-11, 20-24, 63-67, , , , CLA 407; ICA 427; MLS 65 Guided Reading Activities 1 B. (2) Similarities and differences of governmental systems Compare and contrast governmental systems, current and historical, including those that are democratic, totalitarian, monarchic, oligarchic and theocratic, and describe their impact 18-24, 26-30, , , , CLA 19; CTA 21, 29, 692; ECP 688 Guided Reading Activities 3-4, Interpreting Political Cartoons 49 C. (3) Processes of governmental systems Interpret the processes pertaining to: selection of political leaders (with an emphasis on presidential and parliamentary systems) functions and styles of leadership (including authoritarian, democratic and laissez faire) 22-23, , , , , Critical Thinking 692 CLA 221; ICA 468; MLS 125 Guided Reading Activities , 26-30, , , , , , Critical Thinking 719 CTA 21; ICA 700 Guided Reading Activities 3-4, Social Studies 8 United States Government

9 governmental systems STANDARDS how laws and rules are made, enforced, changed and interpreted 18-24, 26-30, , , , CLA 19; CTA 21, 29, 692; ECP 688 Vocabulary Activities 2, 4-5, 16, , , , , CTA 184, 426; ECP 422; ICA 427 Guided Reading Activities 25, 43, Economic Concepts and Principles 4. Knowledge of economic concepts (including productivity and the market system) and principles (including the laws of supply and demand) C. (3) Understanding the roles of people, business, and government in economic system of the United States Analyze the roles that people, businesses and government play in economic systems, such as: monetary policy (why the Federal Reserve System influences interest rates and money supply) fiscal policy (government taxation and spending) Critical Thinking 569 CTA 569; ECP 554; MLS 568 Guided Reading Activities , , Critical Thinking 557 United States Data Bank , 834 CLA 556, 567; CTA 558; ECP 554; MLS 557 Guided Reading Activities 71 Social Studies 9 United States Government

10 G. (7) Understanding the roles of government in a market economy Identify the roles of government in a market economy (defining and protecting property rights, maintaining competition, promoting goals such as full employment, stable prices, growth and justice) 11, 26-28, , , , , , CLA 556; CTA 569; MLS 28 Guided Reading Activities Relationships of Individual and Groups to Institutions and Traditions 6. Knowledge of relationships of the individual and groups to institutions and cultural traditions A. (1) Ideas and beliefs of different cultures Compare and contrast the major ideas and beliefs of different cultures 21-22, , , , , CTA 409; ICA 700; MLS 408, 724 Interpreting Political Cartoons B. (2) Changing of roles of various groups Summarize how the roles of class, ethnic, racial, gender and age groups have changed in society, including causes and effects , , Supreme Court Cases to Debate 311, 429 Critical Thinking 409 CLA 407, 413; CTA 415; MLS 408 Daily Lecture Notes 113 Interpreting Political Cartoons C. (3) Major social institutions Describe the major social institutions (family, education, religion, economy and government) and how they fulfill human needs 9-11, 23-24, 26-30, , Government and You 9 ICA 9, 362 Skill Reinforcement Activities 5 Social Studies 10 United States Government

11 D. (4) Consequences of individual or institutional failure Identify the consequences that can occur when: institutions fail to meet the needs of individuals and groups individuals fail to carry out their personal responsibilities 16-17, , , , , , CLA 407, 678, 709; CTA 409, 600 Daily Lecture Notes 113 Interpreting Political Cartoons 7-8 Skill Reinforcement Activities 1 The following references cover the responsibilities of citizens in society. The results of failing to meet these responsibilities can be inferred from the material Participating in Government 101, 302, 352, 478 CTA 394 The following references cover social problems, such as crime and unemployment, which can be cast as individual and/or institutional failures , , CL 595; CTA 593 Interpreting Political Cartoons 41 E. (5) Causes, effects and resolutions of cultural conflict Determine the causes, consequences and possible resolutions of cultural conflicts 16-17, 21, , , , CTA 15, 409, 680 Guided Reading Activities 92 Social Studies 11 United States Government

12 Tools of Social Science Inquiry 7. Knowledge of the use of tools of social science inquiry (such as surveys, statistics, maps and documents) A. (1) Developing a research plan and identifying resources Develop a research plan and identify appropriate resources for investigating social studies topics Critical Thinking Skills 31, 117, 193, 299, 480, 571 Study and Writing Skills 383, 419, 659 Technology Skills 631 Skill Reinforcement Activities 4, 23, 25 B. (2) Selecting and analyzing primary/secondary sources Distinguish between and analyze primary sources and secondary sources Critical Thinking Skills 117, 193, 299, 327, 480, 603 Study and Writing Skills 383 Skill Reinforcement Activities 4, 10 C. (3) Understanding fact, opinion, bias and points of view in sources Distinguish between fact and opinion and analyze sources to recognize bias and points of view Critical Thinking Skills 59, 193, 327, 571 Critical Thinking 496 Issues to Debate 535 CTA 440, 511 Skill Reinforcement Activities 11, 24 D. (4) Interpreting various social-studies resources Interpret maps, statistics, charts, diagrams, graphs, timelines, pictures, political cartoons, audiovisual materials, continua, written resources, art and artifacts Critical Thinking Skills 193, 480, 571 Social Studies Skills 233, 260, 523 Study and Writing Skills 383 Technology Skills 471, 631 Interpreting Political Cartoons 1-52 Skill Reinforcement Activities 6, 8-9 Social Studies 12 United States Government

13 E. (5) Knowledge to create various social-studies graphics Create maps, charts, diagrams, graphs, timelines and political cartoons to assist in analyzing and visualizing concepts in social studies Technology Skills 177, 349, 471 CLA 6, 54, 69, 139; ECP 452; MLS 50, 314, 333 Skill Reinforcement Activities 6, 12 Social Studies 13 United States Government

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