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					 Conceptual         Alabama                                                                                                                     Assessment
 Framework       Standard/Rule                                                                                                             When/Where to
 Reference(s)    290-3-3-.19+20       290-3-3-.19 Social Sciences and 290-3-3-.20 General Social Science Knowledge and Ability Standards    be Assessed   Score

                290-3-3-.19       Social Sciences
3,5             (1)(a)            Knowledge of key concepts, generalizations, and methods of inquiry appropriate to the study of the
                                  target social science.                                                                                   Praxis II
3,5,6           (1)(b)            Ability to interrelate social science concepts and teach the target social science from an
                                  interdisciplinary perspective.                                                                           SS 4481

                290-3-3-.20       General Social Science
                (1)(a)            Knowledge of:
1,3,5,8         (1)(a)1.          Historical themes concerning the origin and evolution of the United States, the state and region,
                                  Western civilization, and non-Western civilization in a chronological setting.                           Praxis II
1,3,5,8,10      (1)(a)2.          American federal, state, and local governments; domestic and international issues facing the United
                                  States; governments of other nations; and basic characteristics of international relations.              Praxis II
1,2,3,5         (1)(a)3.          The five basic themes of geography (location, place, relationships within places, movement, and
                                  regions) in the shaping of the state, the United States, other Western and non-Western cultures and
                                  societies.                                                                                               Praxis II
1,2,3,5         (1)(a)4.          The importance of micro- and macro-economics in the shaping of Unites States, other Western, and
                                  non-Western cultures and societies.                                                                      Praxis II
1,2,3,5         (1)(a)5.          Human behavior and social relationships.                                                                 Praxis II
1,2,3,5         (1)(a)6.          The interrelationships of economic, political, social, psychological, and technological forces in the
                                  shaping of societies and cultures.                                                                       Praxis II
 Conceptual         Alabama                                                                                                                       Assessment
 Framework       Standard/Rule                                                                                                               When/Where to
 Reference(s)    290-3-3-.19+21             290-3-3-.19 Social Sciences and 290-3-3-.21 Geography Knowledge and Ability Standards             be Assessed   Score

                290-3-3-.19       Social Sciences
3,5             (1)(a)            Knowledge of key concepts, generalizations, and methods of inquiry appropriate to the study of the
                                  target social science.                                                                                     Praxis II
3,5,6           (1)(b)            Ability to interrelate social science concepts and teach the target social science from an
                                  interdisciplinary perspective.                                                                             SS 4481

                290-3-3-21        Geography
3,5             [1]               Knowledge of the five basic themes of geography:
3,5             (1)(a)            Location--the position of people and places on earth described in absolute and relative terms.             Praxis II
1,3,5           (1)(b)            Place--the distinctive human and physical characteristics of a place.                                      Praxis II
3,5             (1)[c]            Relationships within places--the human role in the use of the earth and in changing the earth.             Praxis II
3,5             (1)(d)            Movement--the movement and diffusion of humans on earth.                                                   Praxis II
3,5             (1)(e)            Regions--the basic unit of geographic study that is the grouping of areas that display unity in terms of
                                  selected criteria.                                                                                         Praxis II
 Conceptual         Alabama                                                                                                                     Assessment
 Framework       Standard/Rule                                                                                                             When/Where to
 Reference(s)    290-3-3-.19+22 290-3-3-.19 Social Sciences and 290-3-3-.22 History Knowledge and Ability Standards                         be Assessed   Score

                290-3-3-.19     Social Sciences
3,5             (1)(a)          Knowledge of key concepts, generalizations, and methods of inquiry appropriate to the study of the
                                target social science.                                                                                     Praxis II
3,5,6           (1)(b)          Ability to interrelate social science concepts and teach the target social science from an
                                interdisciplinary perspective.                                                                             SS 4481

                290-3-3-.22     History
                (1)(a)          Knowledge of:
1,3,5,8         (1)(a)1.        The origin and historical development of contemporary United States, other Western, and non-Western
                                cultures in a chronological and spatial setting.                                                           Praxis II
1,3,5,8         (1)(a)2.        The interrelationship of economic, political, social, psychological, and technological forces in the
                                shaping of societies and cultures.                                                                         Praxis II
1,3,5,8         (1)(a)3.        Historical themes concerning the origin and evolution of Western civilization, including evolution of
                                political institutions, religious movements, and population displacement.                                  Praxis II
1,3,5,8         (1)(a)4.        Historical themes concerning the origin and evolution of the United States, including constitutional
                                government, immigration, America, and the world.                                                           Praxis II
1,3,5,8         (1)(a)5.        Historical themes concerning the origin and evolution of the state and region, including economic
                                change, social and political conflict and change, and the role of the state in regional interdependence.   Praxis II
1,3,5,8         (1)(a)6.        Historical themes concerning the origin and evolution of non-Western civilization, including patterns
                                of social and political development, cultural diffusion, conflict, and cooperation.                        Praxis II

				
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