SOC.9-10.14.A.4: Social Science
Analyze how local, state and national governments serve the purposes for which they were created.
SOC.9-10.14.B.4: Social Science
Compare the political systems of the United States to other nations.
SOC.9-10.14.C.4: Social Science
Describe the meaning of participatory citizenship (e.g., volunteerism, voting) at all levels of government and society in the United States.
SOC.9-10.14.D.4: Social Science
Analyze roles and influences of individuals, groups and media in shaping current debates on state and national policies.
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.9-10.14.F.4b: Social Science
Describe how United States' political ideas, practices and technologies have extended rights for Americans in the 20th century (e.g., suffrage, civil rights, motor-voter registration).
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.
SOC.9-10.16.D.4b US: Social Science
Describe unintended social consequences of political events in United States history (e.g., Civil War/emancipation, National Defense Highway Act/decline of inner cities, Vietnam War/anti-government activity).
SOC.9-10.16.D.4 W: Social Science
Identify significant events and developments since 1500 that altered world social history in ways that persist today including colonization, Protestant Reformation, industrialization, the rise of technology and human rights movements.