SOC.9-10.14.E.4: Social Science
Analyze historical trends of United States foreign policy (e.g., emergence as a world leader - military, industrial, financial).
SOC.9-10.15.A.4a: Social Science
Explain how national economies vary in the extent that government and private markets help allocate goods, services and resources.
SOC.9-10.15.A.4b: Social Science
Describe Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
SOC.9-10.15.A.4c: Social Science
Analyze the impact of inflation on an individual and the economy as a whole.
SOC.9-10.15.A.4d: Social Science
Explain the effects of unemployment on the economy.
SOC.9-10.15.B.4a: Social Science
Explain the costs and benefits of making consumer purchases through differing means (e.g., credit, cash).
SOC.9-10.15.B.4b: Social Science
Analyze the impact of current events (e.g., weather/natural disasters, wars) on consumer prices.
SOC.9-10.15.C.4a: Social Science
Analyze the impact of political actions and natural phenomena (e.g., wars, legislation, natural disaster) on producers and production decisions.
SOC.9-10.15.C.4b: Social Science
Explain the importance of research, development, invention, technology and entrepreneurship to the United States economy.
SOC.9-10.15.D.4a: Social Science
Explain the meaning and importance of "balance of trade" and how trade surpluses and deficits between nations are determined.
SOC.9-10.15.D.4b: Social Science
Describe the relationships between the availability and price of a nation's resources and its comparative advantage in relation to other nations.
SOC.9-10.15.D.4c: Social Science
Describe the impact of worker productivity (output per worker) on business, the worker and the consumer.
SOC.9-10.15.E.4a: Social Science
Explain why government may intervene in a market economy.
SOC.9-10.15.E.4b: Social Science
Describe social and environmental benefits and consequences of production and consumption.
SOC.9-10.15.E.4c: Social Science
Analyze the relationship between a country's science/technology policies and its level and balance of trade.