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1st & 3rd NW Review Notes
2nd & 4th NW Review Notes
District review notes for students and parents
Citizenship
Political Processes
Foundations of American Government
National Government
Content Vocabulary 1st & 3rd NW
Economic Principals
State Government
US Economy
Workforce and Careers
Content Vocabulary 2nd & 4th NW
2nd or 4th NW Vocab (All)
2nd or 4th NW Vocab (After Midpoint)
2nd or 4th NW Vocab (Up to Midpoint)
1st or 3rd NW Vocab (After Midpoint)
1st or 3rd NW Vocab (Up to Midpoint)
1st or 3rd NW Vocab (All)
Quizlet Flashcard Review activities
Virginia Department of Ed Standards and SOL-based Instructional Resources
Civics and Economics Study GuideSOL review created by SOLPass
Primary Source LearningWork with images of real documents to question, think and gather knowledge
History NowOnline journal of American history
SOL Enhanced Specific activites by SOL created by TTAC
Cartoon Analysis Worksheet for evaluating political cartoons


CE.1 The student will develop the social studies skills responsible citizenship requires, including the ability to a) examine and interpret primary and secondary source documents; b) create and explain maps, diagrams, tables, charts, graphs, and spreadsheets; c) analyze political cartoons, political advertisements, pictures, and other graphic media; d) distinguish between relevant and irrelevant information; e) review information for accuracy, separating fact from opinion; f) identify a problem, weigh the expected costs and benefits and possible consequences of proposed solutions, and recommend solutions, using a decision-making model; g) formulate an informed, carefully reasoned position on a community issue; h) select and defend positions in writing, discussion, and debate.
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CE.2 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the foundations of American constitutional government by a) explaining the fundamental principles of consent of the governed, limited government, rule of law, democracy, and representative government; b) explaining the significance of the charters of the Virginia Company of London, the Virginia Declaration of Rights, the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, and the Constitution of the United States, including the Bill of Rights; c) identifying the purposes for the Constitution of the United States as stated in its Preamble; d) identifying the procedures for amending the Constitution of Virginia and the Constitution of the United States.

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Constitution of the United States Mini-Webquest

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CE.3 The student will demonstrate knowledge of citizenship and the rights, duties, and responsibilities of citizens by a) describing the processes by which an individual becomes a citizen of the United States; b) describing the First Amendment freedoms of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition, and the rights guaranteed by due process and equal protection of the laws; c) describing the duties of citizenship, including obeying the laws, paying taxes, defending the nation, and serving in court; d) examining the responsibilities of citizenship, including registering and voting, communicating with government officials, participating in political campaigns, keeping informed about current issues, and respecting differing opinions in a diverse society; e) evaluating how civic and social duties address community needs and serve the public good.

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CE.4 The student will demonstrate knowledge of personal character traits that facilitate thoughtful and effective participation in civic life by a) practicing trustworthiness and honesty; b) practicing courtesy and respect for the rights of others; c) practicing responsibility, accountability, and self-reliance; d) practicing respect for the law; e) practicing patriotism; f) practicing decision making; g) practicing service to the school and/or local community.

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CE.5 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the political process at the local, state, and national levels of government by a) describing the functions of political parties; b) comparing the similarities and differences of political parties; c) analyzing campaigns for elective office, with emphasis on the role of the media; d) examining the role of campaign contributions and costs; e) describing voter registration and participation; f) describing the role of the Electoral College in the election of the president and vice president; g) participating in simulated local, state, and/or national elections.

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Political Parties
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A webquest where students will be able to demonstrate the knowledge of the political process at each level of government.

CE.6 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the American constitutional government at the national level by a) describing the structure and powers of the national government; b) explaining the principle of separation of powers and the operation of checks and balances; c) explaining and/or simulating the lawmaking process; d) describing the roles and powers of the executive branch.

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Kids in the House Learn about the US House of Representatives.

CE.7 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the American constitutional government at the state level by a) describing the structure and powers of the state government; b) explaining the relationship of state governments to the national government in the federal system; c) explaining and/or simulating the lawmaking process; d) describing the roles and powers of the executive branch and regulatory boards.

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CE.8 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the American constitutional government at the local level by a) describing the structure and powers of the local government; b) explaining the relationship of local government to the state government; c) explaining and/or simulating the lawmaking process.

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CE.9 The student will demonstrate knowledge of how public policy is made at the local, state, and national levels of government by a) examining the impact of the media on public opinion and public policy; b) describing how individuals and interest groups influence public policy; c) describing the impact of international issues and events on local decision making.

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CE.10 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the judicial systems established by the Constitution of Virginia and the Constitution of the United States by a) describing the organization of the United States judicial system as consisting of state and federal courts with original and appellate jurisdiction; b) describing the exercise of judicial review; c) comparing and contrasting civil and criminal cases; d) explaining how due process protections seek to ensure justice.

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CE.11 The student will demonstrate knowledge of how economic decisions are made in the marketplace by a) applying the concepts of scarcity, resources, choice, opportunity cost, price, incentives, supply and demand, production, and consumption; b) comparing the differences among traditional, free market, command, and mixed economies; c) describing the characteristics of the United States economy, including limited government, private property, profit, and competition.

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Story of Economy Power Point lesson demonstrating how economic decisions are made in the marketplace.

CE.12 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the structure and operation of the United States economy by a) describing the types of business organizations and the role of entrepreneurship; b) explaining the circular flow that shows how consumers (households), businesses (producers), and markets interact; c) explaining how financial institutions channel funds from savers to borrowers; d) examining the relationship of Virginia and the United States to the global economy, with emphasis on the impact of technological innovations.

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CE.13 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the role of government in the United States economy by a) examining competition in the marketplace; b) explaining how government provides certain goods and services; c) describing the impact of taxation, including an understanding of the reasons for the 16th Amendment, spending, and borrowing; d) explaining how the Federal Reserve System acts as the nation's central bank; e) describing the protection of consumer rights and property rights; f) recognizing that government creates currency and coins and that there are additional forms of money.

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CE.14 The student will demonstrate knowledge of personal finance and career opportunities by a) identifying talents, interests, and aspirations that influence career choice; b) identifying attitudes and behaviors that strengthen the individual work ethic and promote career success; c) identifying abilities, skills, and education and the changing supply and demand for them in the economy; d) examining the impact of technological change and globalization on career opportunities; e) describing the importance of education to lifelong personal finances; f) examining the financial responsibilities of citizenship, including evaluating common forms of credit, savings, investments, purchases, contractual agreements, warranties, and guarantees.

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SOL Review Gameshow format review 1st 9 weeks
SOL Review Gameshow format review of 2nd 9 weeks
SOL Review Gameshow format review of 3rd 9 weeks
SOL ReviewGameshow format review of 4th 9 weeks
Jeopardy 1 Gameshow format Review
Jeopardy 2 Gameshow format Review
Civics Review CardsReview cards
Civics Study Maps Study maps for each SOL created by Henrico County
Civics Refrigerator Cards Review cards
UNIT 3 'S.W.K.T.' FROM COLLEGE BOARD REDESIGN
UNIT 3 VOCAB (3A Opinion & Ideology, 3B Voting & Elections)
UNIT 3​ WHAT I SHOULD KNOW
​UNIT 3 WORKBOOK
VOCAB DUE ON TEST DAY - Government By the People (Magleby, Light, Nemacheck)
Pg. 262 (17 terms)

LESSON 14 - Political Opinions and Public Opinion (204-215)
Teacher Notes

Quick NotesReadings
  1. ​PEW RESEARCH CENTER FOR THE PEOPLE AND THE PRESS
TOP 5 MUST KNOW TERMS
  1. POLITICAL SOCIALIZATION
  2. PUBLIC OPINION
  3. SCIENTIFIC POLL
  4. BENCHMARK (TRACKING) POLL
  5. ENTRANCE/EXIT POLL

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LESSON 15 - Political Ideology (215-231)
Teacher Notes

Quick NotesReadings
  1. POLITICAL IDEOLOGY QUIZ 2
TOP 5 MUST KNOW TERMS
  1. POLITICAL IDEOLOGY
  2. LIBERALISM
  3. CONSERVATISM
  4. ​KEYNESIAN ECONOMICS
  5. SUPPLY-SIDE ECONOMICS

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LESSON 16 - Voting Choices (232-236)
Teacher Notes

Quick Notes Readings
  1. THE WORST VOTER TURNOUT IN 72 YEARS​​

TOP 5 MUST KNOW TERMS
  1. RATIONAL-CHOICE VOTING
  2. PROSPECTIVE VOTING
  3. RETROSPECTIVE VOTING
  4. VOTER REGISTRATION
  5. GENDER GAP

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  1. SHOULD YOU BE FORCED TO VOTE? (3:47)
  2. ​CAN POLITICAL PARTIES STOP YOU FROM VOTING? (2:40)

LESSON 17 - Elections; Running for Congress (240-245, 247-254)
​Teacher Notes

Quick Notes Practice FRQsReadings
TOP 5 MUST KNOW TERMS
  1. FIXED TERMS
  2. WINNER-TAKE-ALL SYSTEM
  3. SINGLE-MEMBER DISTRICT
  4. PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION
  5. COATTAIL EFFECT

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  1. ​GERRYMANDERING (3:52)
  2. ​VOTE JERRY MANDERING (1:24)

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LESSON 18 - Running for President (255-263)
Teacher Notes
Civics unit 3mr volkmar
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  • NATIONAL PARTY CONVENTION
Readings
  1. PATH TO THE PRESIDENCY CHART 1, PATH TO THE PRESIDENCY CHART 2
TOP 5 MUST KNOW TERMS
  1. PRIMARY
  2. CAUCUS
  3. NATIONAL CONVENTION​
  4. PRIMARY ELECTION
  5. GENERAL ELECTION

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  1. U.S. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 2016/2017 (5:23)
LESSON 19 - Electoral College (243-248, 274-276, 349-350)
Teacher Notes
Quick Notes Practice FRQs​Readings
TOP 5 MUST KNOW TERMS
  1. ELECTORS
  2. ELECTORAL COLLEGE
  3. ELECTION DAY
  4. DAY ELECTORS VOTE AND WHEN VOTES ARE COUNTED
  5. INAUGURATION DAY

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UNIT 3 EXTRAS

Civics Unit 3mr Volkmar's Course Pages

  • ​WORLD'S SMALLEST POLITICAL QUIZ
  • ​CAMPAIGNS AND ELECTIONS QUIZ 1
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