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Civics, Government & American History Interactive Notebook Bundle Florida

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Subject: Civics,  Government,  U.S. History
Grade Levels: 6th,  7th,  8th,  9th,  10th
Resource Type: Test Prep,  Graphic Organizers,  Interactive Notebooks
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Number of Pages: 244
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Civics, Government, & American History Interactive Notebook

This resource is Civics and Government interactive notebook for middle or high school. The file is 244 pages long and includes a complete answer key. This interactive notebook can be used throughout the entire course or it can be used as an intensive review/study guide for the End of Course (EOC) exam.

Please note that content is not included. In this file are graphic organizers to help your student organize his or her civics notebook. On the graphic organizer are topics and/or questions to guide him/her.

**Please be advised that this should be completed with an instructor or a parent, as students may need guidance in adding their notes.**

This file has been designed to help students study for the Florida 7th grade Civics End of Course (EOC) exam. The topics in this file cover the following standards:

SS.7.C.1.1 Recognize how Enlightenment ideas including Montesquieu’s view of separation of power and John Locke’s theories related to natural law and how Locke’s social contract influenced the Founding Fathers.

SS.7.C.1.2 Trace the impact that the Magna Carta, English Bill of Rights, Mayflower Compact, and Thomas Paine’s “Common Sense” had on colonists’ views of government.

SS.7.C.1.3 Describe how English policies and responses to colonial concerns led to the writing of the Declaration of Independence.

SS.7.C.1.4 Analyze the ideas (natural rights, role of the government) and complaints set forth in the Declaration of Independence.

SS.7.C.1.5 Identify how the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation led to the writing of the Constitution.

SS.7.C.1.6 Interpret the intentions of the Preamble of the Constitution.

SS.7.C.1.7 Describe how the Constitution limits the powers of government through separation of powers and checks and balances.

SS.7.C.1.8 Explain the viewpoints of the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists regarding the ratification of the Constitution and inclusion of a bill of rights.

SS.7.C.1.9 Define the rule of law and recognize its influence on the development of the American legal, political, and governmental systems.

SS.7.C.3.5 Explain the Constitutional amendment process.

SS.7.C.2.1 Define the term “citizen,” and identify legal means of becoming a United States citizen.

SS.7.C.2.2 Evaluate the obligations citizens have to obey laws, pay taxes, defend the nation, and serve on juries.

SS.7.C.2.4 Evaluate rights contained in the Bill of Rights and other amendments to the Constitution.

SS.7.C.2.5 Distinguish how the Constitution safeguards and limits individual rights.

SS.7.C.3.12 Analyze the significance and outcomes of landmark Supreme Court cases.

SS.7.C.3.14 Differentiate between local, state, and federal governments’ obligations and services.

SS.7.C.3.3 Illustrate the structure and function (three branches of government established in Articles I, II, and III with corresponding powers) of government in the United States as established in the Constitution.

SS.7.C.3.6 Evaluate Constitutional rights & their impact on individuals and society.

SS.7.C.3.7 Analyze the impact of the 13th, 14th, 15th, 19th, 24th, and 26th amendments on participation of minority groups in the American political process.

SS.7.C.3.8 Analyze the structure, functions, and processes of the legislative, executive, and judicial branches.

SS.7.C.3.9 Illustrate the law making process at the local, state, and federal levels.

SS.7.C.2.10 Examine the impact of media, individuals, and interest groups on monitoring and influencing government.

SS.7.C.2.11 Analyze media and political communications (bias, symbolism, propaganda).

SS.7.C.2.8 Identify America’s current political parties, and illustrate their ideas about government.

SS.7.C.4.1 Differentiate concepts related to United States domestic and foreign policy.

SS.7.C.4.2 Recognize government and citizen participation in international organizations.

SS.7.C.4.3 Describe examples of how the United States has dealt with international conflicts.

SS.7.E.1.2 Discuss the government’s role in controlling financial institutions,

SS.7.E.1.3 Review the concepts of supply and demand, choice, scarcity, and opportunity cost as they relate to the development of the mixed market economy in the United States.

SS.7.E.2.1 Explain how federal, state, and local taxes support the economy as a function of the United States government.

SS.7.E.2.2 Describe the banking system in the United States and its impact on the money supply.

SS.7.C.3.1 Compare different forms of government (direct democracy, representative democracy, socialism, communism, monarchy, oligarchy, autocracy).

SS.7.C.3.10 Identify sources and types (civil, criminal, constitutional, military) of law.

SS.7.C.3.11 Diagram the levels, functions, and powers of courts at the state and federal levels.

SS.7.C.3.13 Compare the constitutions of the United States and Florida.

SS.7.C.3.14 Differentiate between local, state, and federal governments’ obligations and services.

SS.7.C. 3.2 Compare parliamentary, federal, confederal, and unitary systems of government.

SS.7.C.3.4 Identify the relationship and division of powers between the federal government and state governments.

SS.7.C.3.8 Analyze the structure, functions, and processes of the legislative, executive, and judicial branches.

SS.7.C.3.9 Illustrate the law making process at the local, state, and federal levels.

Although this file is written to the Florida standards, it is useful to anyone studying civics.

The individual Civics & Government units can be purchased separately:

Civics & Government Interactive Notebook: Origins & Purposes of Law & Government.

Civics & Government Interactive Notebook: Citizenship & the U.S. Constitution

Civics & Government Interactive Notebook: Government Policies & Political Processes

Civics & Government Interactive Notebook: Organization & Function of Government

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