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                                                      Government OGT




                                                                  12th Grade

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History: H    People in Societies: P    Geography: Ge   Economics: E     Govern ment: Gv     2/1/11   1
Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities: C Social Studies Skills and Methods: S
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                                                             Hamilton City School District




12th Grade
OGT Government
The OGT Government Course is designed for students who need to pass the social studies
portion of the Ohio Graduation Test. In addition to preparing students for the OGT,
students level the essentials of national, state, and local government. 12 th grade students
who need pass the OGT social studies test are required to take this course




History: H    People in Societies: P    Geography: Ge   Economics: E     Govern ment: Gv     2/1/11   2
Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities: C Social Studies Skills and Methods: S
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                                                             Hamilton City School District

                                              11-12 Social Studies Benchmarks
                               History                                                                People in Societies
A. Explain patterns of historical continuity and change by                 A. Analyze how issues may be viewed differently by various cultural
    challenging arguments of historical inevitability.                         groups.
B. Use historical interpretations to explain current issues.               B. Identify the causes of political, economic and social oppression and
                                                                               analyze ways individuals, organizations and countries respond to
                                                                               resulting conflicts.
                                                                           C. Explain the role of diverse cultural institutions in shaping American
                                                                               society.

                             Geography                                                                     Economics
A. Explain how the character and meaning of a place reflect a              A. Analyze how scarcity of productive resources affects supply, demand,
    society's economics, politics, social values, ideology and culture.        inflation and economic choices.
B. Evaluate the consequences of geographic and environmental               B. Identify factors which inhibit or spur economic growth and cause
    changes resulting from governmental policies and human                     expansions or recessions.
    modifications to the physical environment.                             C. Explain how voluntary worldwide trade, specialization and
C. Use appropriate data sources and geographic tools to analyze and            interdependence among countries affect standards of living and
    evaluate public policies.                                                  economic growth.
                                                                           D. Analyze the role of fiscal and regulatory policies in a mixed economy.
                                                                           E. Explain the use of a budget in making personal economic decisions and
                                                                               planning for the future.

                            Government                                                     Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities
A. Evaluate, take and defend positions about issues concerning the         A. Evaluate various means for citizens to take action on a particular issue.
    alignment of the characteristics of American democracy with            B. Explain how the exercise of a citizen's rights and responsibilities helps
    realities in the United States today.                                      to strengthen a democracy.
B. Explain how the U.S. Constitution has evolved including its
    philosophical foundations, amendments and court interpretations.
C. Analyze how citizens participate in the election process in the
    United States.
                                                       Social Studies Skills and Methods
A. Obtain and evaluate information from public records and other resources related to a public policy issue.
B. Critique data and information to determine the adequacy of support for conclusions.
C. Develop a research project that identifies the various perspectives on an issue and explain a resolution of that issue.
D. Work in groups to analyze an issue and make decisions.




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Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities: C Social Studies Skills and Methods: S
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                 Introduction / Review to Standards
                 Based Education                                                     Nov/April
                                                                                                     Unit 2 – Foundations of American
                                                                                                     Government
                         Overview of 9 th and 10 th Grade Academic Content                            2.1   Origins of American Government
                          Standards and Ohio Graduation Test                                           2.2   The U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights
Week1 August
                         Performance Verbs and Achievement Test                                       2.3   Ohio’s Constitution and Bill of Rights
                          Vocabulary                                                                   2.4   The Federal System
                         Social Studies Skills and Test-Taking Strategies
                      
                                                                       th
                          Training Students to be Successful in Your 4
                          Grade Social Studies Classroom                                             Unit 3 – The Legislative Branch
                                                                                                       3.1 The Organization of Congress
                 OGT Intervention                                                  Nov-Dec/April-
                                                                                                       3.2 Making Public Policy – The Lawmaking process
                                                                                       Ma y            3.4 The Ohio General Assembly and Local
                                                                                                       Legislatures
Aug-Oct/Jan-     Unit 1 – History
   March             Enlightenment, Industrial Revolution, and Imperialism (1
                      week)
                     World War I through Contemporary Conflict (2 weeks)
                                                                                                     Unit 4 – The Executive Branch
                     Domestic Patterns in U.S. History (1 week)
                                                                                                       4.1 The Presidency and Presidential Leadership
                 Unit 2 – People in Societies (1/2 week)                             Dec/May           4.2 The Federal Bureaucracy
                 Unit 3 – Geography (1/2 week)                                                         4.3 State and Local Executives and Bureaucracies

                 Unit 4 – Economics (1 week)                                                         Unit 5 – The Judicial Branch
                 Unit 5 – Government (1 week)                                                          5.1 Ohio’s Court System
                 Unit 6 – Citizenship Rights and                                     Jan/May           5.2 The Federal Court System and Supreme Court
                                                                                                           Decision Making
                 Responsibilities (1 week)                                                             5.3 Landmark Supreme Court Cases

                 Unit 7 – Social Studies Skills and
                 Methods (1/2 week)
                     Done throughout every unit


                 Government
  Oct-Nov
                 Unit 1 – The Nature of Power,
 March-April     Politics, and Government
                      1.1 People and Government
                            Origins and Features of the State
                            Purpose of Governments
                            Formation of Government
                            Comparing Types of Government
                            Economic Theories

     History: H    People in Societies: P    Geography: Ge   Economics: E     Govern ment: Gv                      2/1/11                        4
     Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities: C Social Studies Skills and Methods: S
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                                                                                                                                                       Vocabulary
 Pacing
                               Grade Level Indicator(s)                                          Assessment                                                                        Resources
  and
 Content                                                                                                                                  Standards-Based        Supportive

Introduction                                                           Unit Essential Question                                          Standards              Pre-Assessment     * See
 Review of             Review all Benchmarks for the Grades 9-10                                                                        - History             Preview            Resource
 Standards              Grade-band                                     What do I need to do to pass the 10th Grade Ohio Graduation       - People in           Assignments        Guide
   Based                                                               Test for Social Studies?                                               Societies        Units              Supplement
 Education                                                                                                                               - Geography           Skills Practice
                       Review all 9 th -10 th Grade Indicators                                                                          - Government          Mastery
 Lesson                                                                                                                                  - Citizenship
   See                                                                 Suggested Assessment Items                                             Rights and       Demonstration       Standards
suggested                                                                                                                                     Responsibiliti   of Learning         Document
 Review                                                                Review Ohio’s Academic Content Standards and Discuss                   es                                   (The Blue
  Focus                                                                their purpose.                                                                          Diagnostic Tests      Book)
  Areas                                                                                                                                 Social Studies
                                                                                                                                        Skills and Methods     Achievement
                                                                       * Review and Practice Test Taking Strategies the OGT.
  Quarter                                                                                                                                                      Tests
    1                                                                                                                                   Benchmarks
                                                                       * Examine OAT Performance Verbs and Essential
  Month                                                                Vocabulary in preparation for the OGT.                           Indicators
  August
                                                                       * Discover and Learn how to be successful in your                Performance Verbs
Time Frame                                                             Studies Class.
 Less than                                                                                                                              Multiple Choice
 One Week                                                                                                                               Items

                                                                                                                                        Short Answer
                                                                                                                                        Questions
                                                                                                                                        (2 points)

                                                                                                                                        Extended
                                                                                                                                        Response
                                                                                                                                        Questions
                                                                                                                                        (4 points)




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               Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities: C Social Studies Skills and Methods: S
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                Social Studies and other Related Skills                Recommended Electronic          Primary & Secondary Resources, DBQ's,           Textbook References / Recommended Activities
 Pacing                                                                Resources and Videos            and Literature / Art Connections                and Lessons
      I
introduction    Social Studies Skills and Methods                      Video Clips                     Primary Resources and Document Based            Activities
 Review of                                                                                             Questions
 Standards      9th Grade
   Based        1. Detect bias and propaganda in primary and
 Education      secondary sources of information.
                2. Evaluate the credibility of sources for:
 Lesson          a. Logical fallacies;
   See           b. Consistency of arguments;                                                          Secondary Resources
suggested        c. Unstated assumptions;
 Review          d. Bias.                                                                              Preparing for the OGT in Social Studies-
  Focus         3. Analyze the reliability of sources for:                                             Stew art/Norris – Amsco Publications
  Areas          a. Accurate use of facts;
                 b. Adequate support of statements;                                                    Mastering the Ohio Graduation Test in Social
 Quarter         c. Date of publication.                                                               Studies – Jarrett Publishing Company
    1           4. Develop and present a research project                                              (Unit 1: Chapters 1 & 2 – pp. 1-21)
                including:                                                                             (Unit 5: Chapter 11 – pp. 153-164)
  Month          a. Collection of data;                                                                (Unit 6: Chapter 12 – pp. 165-178)
  August         b. Narrow ing and refining the topic;
                 c. Construction and support of the thesis.                                            Ohio OGT Coach for Social Studies
  Time                                                                                                 (Pretest – pp.11-26)
                  th
 Frame          10 Grade                                               Websites                        (Chapter 7 – pp. 209-218)
Less than       1. Determine the credibility of sources by                                             (Posttest – pp. 219-234)
One Week        considering the follow ing:                            http://www.ode.state.oh.us/ac
                 a. The qualifications and reputation of the writer;   ademic_content_standards/a
                                                                                                       Buckle Down on Ohio Social Studies: OGT 9
                 b. Agreement w ith other credible sources;            cssocialstudies.asp
                                                                                                       (Intro – pp.1-4)
                 c. Recognition of stereotypes;
                                                                                                       (Unit 6 – pp. 155-188)
                 d. Accuracy and consistency of sources;               http://www.ode.state.oh.us/pr
                 e. The circumstances in which the author              oficiency/samples.asp
                 prepared the source.                                                                  Buckle Down on Ohio Social Studies: OGT 10
                2. Critique evidence used to support a thesis.                                         (Intro – pp. 1-4)
                3. Analyze one or more issues and present a                                            (Unit 6 – 159-186)
                persuasive argument to defend a position.

                Literacy Skills

                 Preview Text and Reading Passages with               Webquests / VFT’s               Literature / Art Connections
                 students before each new Unit, Chapter, and
                 Section.
                 Engage students with a variety of literacy-                                                                                          ODE Model Lessons
                 based instructional strategies to prompt higher-
                 level thinking, responses, and dis cussions.                                                                                          http://ims.ode.state.oh.us/ode/ims/Default.asp?bhcp=1
                 Utilize Charts, Graphs, Maps, and 2-Column
                 Notes as resources and organization tools .
                                                                                                                                                       Culminating Projects
                Technology Skills
                                                                                                                                                       Field Experiences




               History: H    People in Societies: P    Geography: Ge   Economics: E     Govern ment: Gv                                           2/1/11                       6
               Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities: C Social Studies Skills and Methods: S
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 Pacing
                          Benchmarks                         Grade Level Indicator(s)                                     Assessment                                  Vocabulary                Resources
  and
 Content
              History                                  9.1. Explain how Enlightenment ideas                                                                     Enlightenment
  Unit 1      A. Explain connections betw een the          produced enduring effects on             Suggested Assessment Items and Essential Questions          Isaac New ton
  History     ideas of the Enlightenment and               political, economic and cultural                                                                     natural rights
   Part I     changes in the relationships between         institutions, including challenges to    How did the Enlightenment change the way that citizens      divine right
              citizens and their governments.              religious authority, monarchy and        viewed their governments?                                   social contract
 Quarter                                                   absolutism.                                                                                          Jean-Jacques Rousseau
   1                                                                                                How did the Enlightenment lead to the American and          Voltaire
              B. Explain the social, political and     9.2. Explain connections among               French Revolutions?                                         Baron de Montesquieu
 Month            economic effects of                      Enlightenment ideas, the American                                                                    Declaration of
Aug.-Sept.        industrialization.                       Revolution, the French Revolution                                                                    Independence
                                                           and Latin American wars for              What w ere the social, political, and economic effects of   Declaration of the Rights
Time Frame    C. Analyze the reasons that                  independence.                            industrializations?                                         of Man
  1 w eek         countries gained control of
                  territory through imperialism and    9.3. Explain the causes and effects of       Explain the impact of the Populist Movement and the         Industrial Revolution
                  the impact on people living in       the Industrial Revolution w ith emphasis     Progressiv e Era on industrialization.                      steam engine
                  the territory that was controlled.   on:                                                                                                      mass production
                                                             a. How scientific and                                                                              factory system
                                                                  technological changes                                                                         Agric ultural Revolution
                                                                  promoted industrialization in                                                                 urbanization                *For additional
                                                                  the textile industry in                                                                       immigration                 Resources see the
                                                                  England;                                                                                      Irish Potato Famine         Resources Guide
                                                             b. The impact of the growth of                                                                     corporations
                                                                  population, rural-to-urban                                                                    Andrew Carnegie
                                                                  migrations, growth of                                                                         John Rockefeller
                                                                  industrial cities, and                                                                        labor unions
                                                                  emigration out of Europe;                                                                     laissez faire
                                                             c. The changing role of labor                                                                      strikes
                                                                  and the rise of the union                                                                     Karl Marx
                                                                  movement;                                                                                     Knights of Labor
                                                             d. Changes in living and                                                                           American Federation of
                                                                  working conditions for the                                                                    Labor
                                                                  early industrial working class,                                                               Populist Party
                                                                  especially women and                                                                          Progressiv es
                                                                  children;                                                                                     muckrakers
                                                             e. The growth of                                                                                   Theodore Roosevelt
                                                                  industrialization around the                                                                  Conservation
                                                                  world.                                                                                        Woodrow Wilson




             History: H    People in Societies: P    Geography: Ge   Economics: E     Govern ment: Gv                                               2/1/11                        7
             Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities: C Social Studies Skills and Methods: S
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                                                                                      Hamilton City School District

              Social Studies and other Related Skills                Recommended Electronic          Primary & Secondary Resources, DBQ's,            Textbook References / Recommended Activities
 Pacing
                                                                     Resources and Videos            and Literature / Art Connections                 and Lessons

  Unit 1      Social Studies Skills and Methods                      Video Clips                     Primary Resources                                Activities
  History
               th
  Part I      9 Grade
                                                                     The Patriot
              1. Detect bias and propaganda in primary and                                           Preparing for the OGT in Social Studies-
 Quarter      secondary sources of information.                      Napleon A&E                     Stew art/Norris – Amsco Publications
   1          2. Evaluate the credibility of sources for:            Hard Times                      (Chapter 1,2 – pgs 3-29)
               a. Logical fallacies;                                 Gangs of New York               (CH 17 – pgs 229-251)
 Month         b. Consistency of arguments;                          Four Feathers
Aug.-Sept.     c. Unstated assumptions;                              TR: An American Lion
               d. Bias.                                                                              Secondary Resources
    Time      3. Analyze the reliability of sources for:                                             Mastering the Ohio Graduation Test in Social
   Frame       a. Accurate use of facts;                                                             Studies – Jarrett Publishing Company
1 w eek        b. Adequate support of statements;                                                    (Unit 2: chapter 3 – pp. 22-42)
               c. Date of publication.
              4. Develop and present a research project                                              Ohio OGT Coach for Social Studies
              including:                                                                             (Chapter 1 – pp. 27-67)
               a. Collection of data;                                Websites
               b. Narrow ing and refining the topic;                                                 Buckle Down on Ohio Social Studies: OGT 9
               c. Construction and support of the thesis.            http://www.wsu.edu/~dee/E       (Unit 1 – pp. 5-25)
                                                                     NLIGHT/ENLIGHT.HTM
              10th Grade                                                                             Buckle Down on Ohio Social Studies: OGT 10
              1. Determine the credibility of sources by
                                                                     http://www.fordham.edu/h        (Unit 1 – pp. 5-23)
              considering the follow ing:
               a. The qualifications and reputation of the writer;   alsall/mod/modsbook14.ht        Literature / Art Connections
               b. Agreement w ith other credible sources;            ml
               c. Recognition of stereotypes;
               d. Accuracy and consistency of sources;               http://www.fordham.edu/h        Additional Focus Questions
               e. The circumstances in which the author              alsall/mod/modsbook34.ht
               prepared the source.                                  ml
              2. Critique evidence used to support a thesis.
              3. Analyze one or more issues and present a
              persuasive argument to defend a position.
                                                                     Webquests / VFT’s
              Literacy Skills
                                                                     http://oswego.org/staff/tcasw
               Preview Text and Reading Passages with               ell/wq/gildedage/student.htm
               students before each new Unit, Chapter, and
               Section.                                              http://questgarden.com/47
               Engage students with a variety of literacy-          /02/8/070221202134/
               based instructional strategies to prompt higher-
               level thinking, responses, and dis cussions.
               Utilize Charts, Graphs, Maps, and 2-Column           http://questgarden.com/44
               Notes as resources and organization tools .           /97/8/061218095936/

              Technology Skills




             History: H    People in Societies: P    Geography: Ge   Economics: E     Govern ment: Gv                                            2/1/11                    8
             Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities: C Social Studies Skills and Methods: S
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 Pacing
                          Benchmarks                       Grade Level Indicator(s)                                   Assessment                       Vocabulary       Resources
  and
 Content
              HISTORY                                10.1. Explain the effects of
  Unit 1      B. Explain the social, political and      industrialization in the United States    Suggested Assessment Items and Essential Questions
  History         economic effects of                   in the 19th century including:
   Part I         industrialization.                      a. Changes in w ork and the
                                                               workplace;
 Quarter                                                  b. Immigration and child labor
   1                                                           and their impact on the labor
                                                               force;
 Month                                                    c. Modernization of agriculture;
Aug.-Sept.                                                d. Urbanization;
                                                          e. The emergence of a middle
Time Frame                                                     class and its impact on
  1 w eek                                                      leisure, art, music, literature
                                                               and other aspects of culture.
                                                     10.2. Analy ze the impact of
                                                        industrialization and the modern
                                                        corporation in the United States on
                                                        economic and political practic es w ith
                                                        emphasis on:                                                                                                *For additional
                                                          a. Laissez-faire policies;                                                                                Resources see the
                                                          b. Monopolies;                                                                                            Resources Guide
                                                     Standard of living
                                                     10.3. Analy ze the reasons for the rise
                                                        and growth of labor organiz ations in
                                                        the United States (i.e., Knights of
                                                        Labor, American Federation of
                                                        Labor and Congress of Industrial
                                                        Organizations) including:
                                                          a. Unregulated w orking
                                                               conditions;
                                                          b. Laissez-faire policies toward
                                                               big business;
                                                          c. Violence toward supporters of
                                                               organized labor.




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 Pacing
                          Benchmarks                         Grade Level Indicator(s)                                     Assessment                                    Vocabulary              Resources
  and
 Content
              HISTORY                                  10.4. Explain the goals and outcomes                                                                        Im perialism
  Unit 1      B. Explain the social, political and        of the late 19th and early 20th century   Suggested Assessment Items and Essential Questions             “balance of power”
  History         economic effects of                     reform movements of Populism and                                                                         nationalism
   Part I         industrialization.                      Progressiv ism w ith emphasis on:         Explain the impact of imperialism economically, politically,   sphere of influence
                                                            a. Urban reforms;                       and socially on native peoples.                                Boxer Rebellion
 Quarter      C. Analyze the reasons that                   b. Conservation;                                                                                       Modernization of Japan
   1              countries gained control of               c. Business regulation and              Describe why Europeans and the United States decided           Spanish-American War
                  territory through imperialism and              antitrust legislation;             to follow a policy of imperialism.                             Panama Canal
 Month            the impact on people living in            d. The movement for public
Aug.-Sept.        the territory that was controlled.             schooling;
                                                            e. The regulation of child labor.
Time Frame
  1 w eek                                              9.4. Describe the political, economic
                                                       and social roots of imperialism.
                                                       9.5. Analy ze the perspectives of the
                                                       colonizers and the colonized
                                                       concerning:
                                                             a. Indigenous language;
                                                             b. Natural resources;                                                                                                          *For additional
                                                             c. Labor;                                                                                                                      Resources see the
                                                             d. Political systems;                                                                                                          Resources Guide
                                                             e. Religion.
                                                       9.6. Explain the global impact of
                                                       imperialism including:
                                                             a. Modernization of Japan;
                                                             b. Political and social reform in
                                                                  China
                                                             c. Exploitation of Afric an
                                                                  resources.
                                                       10.5. Trace the development of the
                                                           United States as a world power w ith
                                                           emphasis on:
                                                       a. The Spanish-American War;
                                                       b. U.S. imperialis m in the Far East,
                                                             South Pacific, Caribbean and
                                                             Central America.




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                       Benchmarks                    Grade Level Indicator(s)                               Assessment                            Vocabulary            Resources
  and
 Content
              HIS TORY                          9.7. Analyze the causes and effects                                                          The World Wars
  Unit 2                                        of World War I with emphasis on:        Suggested Assessment Items and Essential Questions   Causes: World War I
  History
              D. Connect developments
                  related to World War I             a. Militarism, imperialism,                                                             nationalism
  Part II                                                                               Discuss how World War I led to the onset of
                                                         nationalism and alliances;                                                          militarism
                  with the onset of World
 Quarter                                             b. The global scope,               World War II.                                        Franz Ferdinand
                  War II.                                outcomes and human                                                                  trench warfare
   1
                                                         costs of the war;                                                                   “no mans land”
  Month                                              c. The role of new                                                                      Russian Revolution
  Sept.                                                  technologies and                                                                    Fourteen Points
                                                         practices including the use                                                         Weimar Republic
Time Frame                                               of poison gas, trench                                                               Treaty of Versailles
  2 w eeks                                               warfare, machine guns,                                                              reparations
                                                         airplanes, submarines and                                                           League of Nations
                                                         tanks;                                                                              Bolsheviks
                                                     d. The Treaty of Versailles                                                             Benito Mussolini
                                                         and the League of                                                                   Adolf Hitler
                                                         Nations.                                                                            Mein Kampf             *For additional
                                                9.8. Analyze the causes and                                                                  Nazi Party             Resources see the
                                                   consequences of the Russian                                                               Anti-Semitism          Resources Guide
                                                   Revolution including:                                                                     “Brown Shirts”
                                                     a. The lack of economic,                                                                appeasement
                                                         political and social reforms                                                        Munich Conference
                                                         under the tsars;
                                                     b. The impact of World War                                                              Cold War and
                                                         I;                                                                                  Contemporary
                                                     c. The emergence of Lenin,                                                              Conflict
                                                         Stalin and the Bolsheviks;                                                          “superpowers”
                                                     d. The rise of communism in                                                             Cold War
                                                         Russia.                                                                             Soviet Communism
                                                9.9. Assess the global impact of                                                             vs. American
                                                   post-World War I economic,                                                                Democracy
                                                   social and political turmoil                                                              “satellites”
                                                   including:                                                                                Joseph Stalin
                                                     a. Disarmament;                                                                         “iron curtain”
                                                     b. Worldwide depression;                                                                Truman Doctrine
                                                     c. Colonial rebellion;                                                                  Marshall Plan
                                                     d. Rise of militarist and                                                               Berlin Airlifts
                                                         totalitarian states in                                                              NATO
                                                         Europe and Asia.                                                                    Warsaw Pact
                                                                                                                                             Mao Zedong
                                                                                                                                             Korean War
                                                                                                                                             Berlin Wall
                                                                                                                                             Fidel Castro




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                        Benchmarks                       Grade Level Indicator(s)                                     Assessment                              Vocabulary             Resources
  and
 Content
              HISTORY                              9.10. Analy ze the causes of World War                                                                Cold War and
  Unit 2      D. Connect developments related to   II including:                                Suggested Assessment Items and Essential Questions       Contemporary Conflict
  History         World War I w ith the onset of          a. Appeasement;                                                                                Cuban Missile Crisis
  Part II         World War II.                           b. Axis expansion;                    How did the end of World War II help contribute to the   Vietnam War
                                                          c. The role of the Allies.            Cold War and contemporary conflicts?                     Mikhail Gorbachev
 Quarter      E. Analyze connections betw een      9.11. Analy ze the consequences of                                                                    Perestroika
   1              World War II, the Cold War and   World War II including:                      How did the end of the Cold War contribute to            Glasnost
                  contemporary conflicts.                 a. Atomic weapons;                    contemporary conflicts?                                  Commonw ealth of
  Month                                                   b. Civilian and military losses;                                                               Independent States
  Sept.                                                   c. The Holocaust and its impact;                                                               Israel
                                                          d. Refugees and poverty;                                                                       Saddam Hussein
Time Frame                                                e. The United Nations;                                                                         Osama bin Laden
  2 w eeks                                                f.     The establishment of the                                                                “war on terror”
                                                                 state of Israel.                                                                        Ethnic cleansing
                                                   9.12 Analyze the impact of conflicting                                                                Indian Independence
                                                          political and economic ideologies
                                                          after World War II that resulted in
                                                          the Cold War including:
                                                              a. Soviet expansion in                                                                                             *For additional
                                                                     Eastern Europe;                                                                                             Resources see the
                                                              b. The division of Germany;                                                                                        Resources Guide
                                                              c. The emergence of NATO
                                                                     and the Warsaw Pact;
                                                              d. The Chinese Communist
                                                                     Revolution.
                                                   9.13 Examine social, economic and
                                                          political struggles resulting from
                                                          colonialism and imperialism
                                                          including:
                                                   a. Independence movements in India,
                                                   Indochina and Afric a.
                                                   b. Rise of dictatorships in former
                                                   colonies.




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                         Benchmark                        Grade Level Indicator(s)                                     Assessment                       Vocabulary       Resources
  and
 Content
                                                   9.14 Explain the causes and
  Unit 2      HISTORY                              consequences of the fall of the Soviet          Suggested Assessment Items and Essential Questions
  History                                          Union and the end of the Cold War
  Part II     E. Analyze connections betw een      including:
                  World War II, the Cold War and   a. The arms build-up;
 Quarter          contemporary conflicts.          b. Ethnic unrest in the Soviet Union
   1                                               c. independence movements in former
                                                   Soviet satellites
  Month                                            9.15 Examine regional and ethnic
  Sept.                                                   conflict in the post-Cold War era
                                                          including:
Time Frame                                                    a. Persistent conflict in the
  2 w eeks                                                          Middle East;
                                                              b. Ethnic strife in Europe,
                                                                    Afric a and Asia.
                                                   10.6. Trace the development of the
                                                        United States as a world power w ith
                                                        emphasis on:
                                                          a. The decision to enter into                                                                               *For additional
                                                                World War I;                                                                                          Resources see the
                                                          b. President Wilson's 14 Pts;                                                                               Resources Guide
                                                          c. The Treaty of Versailles;
                                                          d. The decision of the United
                                                                States not to participate in the
                                                                League of Nations.
                                                   10.7. Analy ze the impact of U.S.
                                                        participation in World War II, w ith
                                                        emphasis on the change from
                                                        isolationism to international
                                                        involvement including the reaction to
                                                        the attack on Pearl Harbor.
                                                   10.8. Explain how the Cold War and
                                                        related conflicts influenced U.S.
                                                        foreign policy after 1945 with
                                                        emphasis on:
                                                          a. The Marshall Plan;
                                                          b. Communist containment,
                                                                including the Truman
                                                                Doctrine, Berlin Blockade and
                                                                Cuban Missile Crisis;
                                                          c. The Korean War and the
                                                                Vietnam War.




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  Unit 2     Social Studies Skills and Methods                      Video Clips                    Primary Resources                               Activities
  History
  Part II    9th Grade                                              Lost Battalion                 Preparing for the OGT in Social Studies-
             1. Detect bias and propaganda in primary and           Triumph of the Will            Stew art/Norris – Amsco Publications
 Quarter     secondary sources of information.                      Patton                         (CH 3-5 pgs 30-85)
   1         2. Evaluate the credibility of sources for:            Enemy at the Gates             (CH 18-20 pgs 254-302)
              a. Logical fallacies;                                 M.A.S.H.
  Month       b. Consistency of arguments;                          We Were Soldiers
  Sept.       c. Unstated assumptions;                              Munich
              d. Bias.                                              Behind Enemy Lines             Secondary Resources
    Time     3. Analyze the reliability of sources for:                                            Mastering the Ohio Graduation Test in Social
   Frame      a. Accurate use of facts;                                                            Studies – Jarrett Publishing Company
1 w eek       b. Adequate support of statements;                                                   (Unit 2: Chapter 4 – pp. 43-63)
              c. Date of publication.                               Websites
             4. Develop and present a research project                                             Ohio OGT Coach for Social Studies
             including:                                             http://www.w orldwar1.com/     (Chapter 1 – pp.66-105)
              a. Collection of data;
              b. Narrow ing and refining the topic;                 http://www.w orldwar-2.net/    Buckle Down on Ohio Social Studies:
              c. Construction and support of the thesis.                                           OGT 9
                                                                    http://www.yale.edu/lawweb/a   (Unit 1 – pp. 26-66)
             10th Grade                                             valon/coldwar.htm
             1. Determine the credibility of sources by                                            Buckle Down on Ohio Social Studies:
             considering the follow ing:
              a. The qualifications and reputation of the writer;   Webquests / VFT’s              OGT 10
              b. Agreement w ith other credible sources;                                           (Unit 1 – pp. 24-30)
              c. Recognition of stereotypes;                        http://questgarden.com/03
              d. Accuracy and consistency of sources;                                              Literature / Art Connections
                                                                    /07/8/060214134654/
              e. The circumstances in which the author
              prepared the source.                                  http://www.angelfire.com/t
             2. Critique evidence used to support a thesis.                                        Additional Focus Questions
             3. Analyze one or more issues and present a            heforce/mswaskey/webqu
             persuasive argument to defend a position.              est1.html

             Literacy Skills                                        http://www.guhsd.net/mcdow
                                                                    ell/w q/peace/
              Preview Text and Reading Passages with
              students before each new Unit, Chapter, and
              Section.
              Engage students with a variety of literacy-
              based instructional strategies to prompt higher-
              level thinking, responses, and dis cussions.
              Utilize Charts, Graphs, Maps, and 2-Column
              Notes as resources and organization tools .

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              HISTORY                                     10.9. Analy ze the major political,                                                                       1920s Patterns
  Unit 3                                                      economic and social developments         Suggested Assessment Items and Essential Questions           “Roaring Tw enties”
  History     F. Identify major historic al patterns in       of the 1920s including:                                                                               Red Scare
  Part III         the domestic affairs of the                 a. The Red Scare;                       How should 1920s be characterized economically,              Sacco and Vanzetti
                   United States during the 20th               b. Women's right to vote;               politically and socially?                                    nativism
 Quarter           century and explain their                   c. Afric an-American migrations                                                                      KKK
   1               significance.                                     from the South to the North;      Identify the causes of the Great Depression.                 Immigration laws
                                                               d. Immigration restrictions,                                                                         Henry Ford
  Month                                                              nativism, race riots and the      Compare and contrast the ways that Hebert Hoover and         assembly line
  Sept.                                                              reemergence of the Ku Klux        FDR dealt w ith the Great Depression.                        19th Amendment
                                                                     Klan;                                                                                          flappers
Time Frame                                                     e. The Roaring Tw enties and            Explain the effects of World War II on Afric an-Americans,   Great Migration
  1 w eek                                                            the Harlem Renaissance;           women, Japanese-Americans, and Hispanics.                    Harlem Renaissance
                                                               f.    Stock market speculation and
                                                                     the stock market crash of                                                                      1930s Patterns
                                                                     1929.                                                                                          Great Depression
                                                          10.10. Analy ze the causes and                                                                            speculation
                                                          consequences of major political,                                                                          Stock Market Crash
                                                          economic and social developments of                                                                       Dust Bow l              *For additional
                                                          the 1930s with emphasis on:                                                                               Herbert Hoover          Resources see the
                                                               a. The Great Depression;                                                                             Franklin Roosevelt      Resources Guide
                                                               b. The Dust Bow l;                                                                                   New Deal
                                                               c. The New Deal.                                                                                     The 3 R’s
                                                          10.11. Analy ze the impact of U.S.                                                                        FDIC, CCC, SEC
                                                                 participation in World War II w ith
                                                                 emphasis on:                                                                                       WWII Patterns
                                                               a. Events on the home front to                                                                       Rosie the Rivetor
                                                                     support the war effort,                                                                        Japanese Internment
                                                                     including industrial                                                                           Selective Service and
                                                                     mobilization, w omen and                                                                       Training Act
                                                                     minorities in the w orkforce;                                                                  Korematsu v. U.S.
                                                               b. The internment of Japanese-
                                                                     Americans.




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                                                          10.12 Explain major domestic                                                                            1950s Patterns
  Unit 3      HISTORY                                     developments after 1945 w ith emphasis    Suggested Assessment Items and Essential Questions            McCarthyism
  History                                                 on:                                                                                                     Sputnik
  Part III    F. Identify major historic al patterns in       a. Postw ar prosperity in the         Identify the developments economically, socially, and         “space race”
                   the domestic affairs of the                     United States;                   politically in the post-world war II era.                     Suburbia
 Quarter           United States during the 20th              b. McCarthyism;
   1               century and explain their                  c. The space race;                    Why did social unrest occur in the 1960s and how did it       1960s Patterns
                   significance.                              d. Immigration patterns.              effect the social climate w ithin the United States?          Brown v. Board of
  Month                                                                                                                                                           Education
  Sept.                                                   10.13 Trace social unrest, protest and    How did the Civil Rights Movement change the social           Martin Luther King
                                                          change in the United States including:    environment of the United States?                             Montgomery Bus
Time Frame                                                    a. Antiw ar protest during the                                                                      Boycott
  1 w eek                                                          Vietnam War;                                                                                   sit-ins
                                                              b. The counterculture                                                                               Freedom Riders
                                                                   movement;                                                                                      March on Washington
                                                              c. The w omen's liberation                                                                          Civil Rights Act of 1964
                                                                   movement.                                                                                      24th Amendment
                                                                                                                                                                  Affirmative Action
                                                          10. 14 Analy ze the origins, major                                                                      Black Muslims              *For additional
                                                                developments, controversies, and                                                                  Black Panthers             Resources see the
                                                                consequences of the civ il rights                                                                 Malcolm X                  Resources Guide
                                                                movement w ith emphasis on:                                                                       Women’s Liberation
                                                               a. Brown v. Board of Education;                                                                    Movement
                                                               b. Changes in goals and tactics                                                                    Ms.
                                                                   of leading civ il rights                                                                       counterculture
                                                                   advocates and organiz ations;
                                                               c. The linkages betw een the
                                                                   civil rights movement and
                                                                   movements to gain justice for
                                                                   other minority groups.




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  Unit 3      Social Studies Skills and Methods                      Video Clips                    Primary Resources                               Activities
  History
               th
  Part III    9 Grade                                                Forrest Gump                   Preparing for the OGT in Social Studies-
              1. Detect bias and propaganda in primary and           It’s A Wonderful Life          Stew art/Norris – Amsco Publications
 Quarter      secondary sources of information.                      Cinderella Man                 (CH 21 pgs 303-336)
   1          2. Evaluate the credibility of sources for:            ComeSee the Paradise
               a. Logical fallacies;                                 Mona Lisa Smile
  Month        b. Consistency of arguments;                          The Majestic
  Sept.        c. Unstated assumptions;                              Back to the Future             Secondary Resources
               d. Bias.                                              Ruby Bridges                   Mastering the Ohio Graduation Test in Social
    Time      3. Analyze the reliability of sources for:             Remember theTitans             Studies – Jarrett Publishing Company
   Frame       a. Accurate use of facts;                                                            (Unit 2: chapter 5 – pp. 64-78)
1 w eek        b. Adequate support of statements;
               c. Date of publication.
              4. Develop and present a research project              Websites                       Ohio OGT Coach for Social Studies
              including:                                                                            (Chapter 1 – pp. 106-134)
               a. Collection of data;                                http://www.ags.uci.edu/~skau
               b. Narrow ing and refining the topic;                 fman/teaching/win2001ch4.ht    Buckle Down on Ohio Social Studies:
               c. Construction and support of the thesis.            m                              OGT 10
                                                                                                    (Unit 1 – pp. 31-66)
              10th Grade                                             http://newdeal.feri.org/
              1. Determine the credibility of sources by
                                                                                                    Literature / Art Connections
              considering the follow ing:                            http://webtech.kennesaw.edu
               a. The qualifications and reputation of the writer;   /jcheek3/roaring_twenties.ht
               b. Agreement w ith other credible sources;            m
                                                                                                    Additional Focus Questions
               c. Recognition of stereotypes;
               d. Accuracy and consistency of sources;
               e. The circumstances in which the author              Webquests / VFT’s
               prepared the source.
              2. Critique evidence used to support a thesis.         http://questgarden.com/46
              3. Analyze one or more issues and present a            /54/6/070210123705/
              persuasive argument to defend a position.
                                                                     http://questgarden.com/55
              Literacy Skills                                        /56/7/071208171131/
               Preview Text and Reading Passages with
               students before each new Unit, Chapter, and           http://questgarden.com/46
               Section.                                              /11/3/070131132238 /
               Engage students with a variety of literacy-
               based instructional strategies to prompt higher-
               level thinking, responses, and dis cussions.
               Utilize Charts, Graphs, Maps, and 2-Column
               Notes as resources and organization tools .

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                         Benchmarks                         Grade Level Indicator(s)                                   Assessment                                 Vocabulary              Resources
  and
 Content
                                                      9.1. Analy ze examples of how people in                                                                Cultures
   Unit 4     PEOPLE AND SOCIETIES                        different cultures view events from     Suggested Assessment Items and Essential Questions         sociologists
People and                                                different perspectives including:                                                                  perspective
Societies     A. Analyze the influence of different         a. Creation of the state of Israel;   How do differences in perspectiv e affect how people act
                                                                                                                                                             political action group
                  cultural perspectives on the              b. Partition of India and             in groups?
                  actions of groups.                              Pakistan;                                                                                  Pakistan
  Quarter                                                   c. Reunification of Germany;                                                                     Palestine partition
    1                                                       d. End of apartheid in South                                                                     German reunification
                                                                  Afric a.                                                                                   apartheid
  Month                                               10.1. Describe how the perspectives of                                                                 Boers
   Oct.                                                   cultural groups helped to create                                                                   NAACP
                                                          political action groups such as:                                                                   Thurgood Marshall
Time Frame                                                  a. The National Association for                                                                  NOW
 1/2 week                                                         the Advancement of Colored
                                                                  People (NAACP);                                                                            AIM
                                                            b. National Organization for                                                                     United Farm Workers
                                                                  Women (NOW);
                                                            c. American Indian Movement
                                                                  (AIM);                                                                                                              *For additional
                                                            d. United Far m Workers.                                                                                                  Resources see the
                                                                                                                                                                                      Resources Guide
                                                      10.2. Analy ze the perspectives that are
                                                         evident in African-American,
                                                         American Indian and Latino art,
                                                         music, literature and media and how
                                                         these contributions reflect and
                                                         shape culture in the United States.




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                                                    9.2. Analy ze the results of political,                                                           Interaction
   Unit 4     PEOPLE AND SOCIETIES                      economic, and social oppression          Suggested Assessment Items and Essential Questions   conquistadores
People and                                              and the violation of human rights                                                             Armenian massacre
Societies     B. Analyze the consequences of            including:                               What are the consequences of social oppression and   genocide
                  oppression, discrimination and          a. The exploitation of                 conflict?                                            ethnic cleansing
                  conflict between cultures.                   indigenous peoples;                                                                    Holocaust
  Quarter                                                 b. The Holocaust and other acts        How do differences among people cause cultural       Jim Crow Laws
    1         C. Analyze the ways that contacts                of genocide, including those      diffusion?
                  between people of different                  that have occurred in                                                                  Diffusion
  Month           cultures result in exchanges of              Armenia, Rw anda, Bosnia                                                               cultural diffusion
   Oct.           cultural practices.                          and Iraq.                                                                              globalization
                                                    10.3. Explain how Jim Crow laws                                                                   collective security
Time Frame                                          legalized discrimination based on race.                                                           Effects of immigration on
 1/2 week                                                                                                                                             U.S.
                                                    10.4. Analy ze the struggle for racial and
                                                        gender equality and its impact on
                                                        the changing status of minorities
                                                        since the late 19th century.
                                                    9.3. Explain how advances in                                                                                                  *For additional
                                                        communication and transportation                                                                                          Resources see the
                                                        have impacted:                                                                                                            Resources Guide
                                                          a. Globalization;
                                                          b. Cooperation and conflict;
                                                          c. The environment;
                                                          d. Collective security;
                                                          e. Popular culture;
                                                          f.   Political systems;
                                                          g. Religion.
                                                    10.5. Explain the effects of immigration
                                                    on society in the United States:
                                                          a. Housing patterns;
                                                          b. Political affiliation;
                                                          c. Education system;
                                                          d. Language;
                                                          e. Labor practices;
                                                          f.   Religion.




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  Unit 4      Social Studies Skills and Methods                      Video Clips                     Primary Resources                               Activities
People and                                                                                           Preparing for the OGT in Social Studies-
 Societies    9th Grade                                              Kandahar                        Stew art/Norris – Amsco Publications
              1. Detect bias and propaganda in primary and           Hotel Rwanda                    (CH 6-9 pgs 86-136)
 Quarter      secondary sources of information.                      Snow Falling on Cedars          (CH 22-24 pgs 337-363
   1          2. Evaluate the credibility of sources for:            Schindler’s List
               a. Logical fallacies;                                 The Pianist
  Month        b. Consistency of arguments;                          Swing Kids
   Oct         c. Unstated assumptions;                              Dances With Wolves              Secondary Resources
               d. Bias.                                              The Color Purple                Mastering the Ohio Graduation Test in Social
    Time      3. Analyze the reliability of sources for:             Men of Honor                    Studies – Jarrett Publishing Company
   Frame       a. Accurate use of facts;                                                             (Unit 3: chapter 6 – pp. 79-94)
1/2 week       b. Adequate support of statements;
               c. Date of publication.                                                               Ohio OGT Coach for Social Studies
              4. Develop and present a research project              Websites                        (Chapter 2 – pp.135-148)
              including:
               a. Collection of data;                                http://www.israel-              Buckle Down on Ohio Social Studies:
               b. Narrow ing and refining the topic;                 palestina.info/arab-            OGT 9
               c. Construction and support of the thesis.            israeli_conflict.html           (Unit 2 – pp. 67-86)
                th
              10 Grade                                               http://english.emory.edu/Bahr
              1. Determine the credibility of sources by             i/Part.html                     Buckle Down on Ohio Social Studies:
              considering the follow ing:                                                            OGT 10
               a. The qualifications and reputation of the writer;   http://www.holocaust-           (Unit 2 – pp.67-88)
               b. Agreement w ith other credible sources;            history.org/
               c. Recognition of stereotypes;                                                        Literature / Art Connections
               d. Accuracy and consistency of sources;
               e. The circumstances in which the author
               prepared the source.                                  Webquests / VFT’s               Additional Focus Questions
              2. Critique evidence used to support a thesis.
              3. Analyze one or more issues and present a
                                                                     http://www.questgarden.c
              persuasive argument to defend a position.
                                                                     om/13/59/8/06011013060
              Literacy Skills                                        0/

               Preview Text and Reading Passages with               http://student.missouristat
               students before each new Unit, Chapter, and           e.edu/u/unruh057/webque
               Section.                                              stdarfur/conflictindarfur.ht
               Engage students with a variety of literacy-          m
               based instructional strategies to prompt higher-
               level thinking, responses, and dis cussions.          http://webquest.org/questgar
               Utilize Charts, Graphs, Maps, and 2-Column           den/lessons/20625-
               Notes as resources and organization tools .           060331102351/

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  Unit 6     Social Studies Skills and Methods                      Video Clips                      Primary Resources                               Activities
Geography
             9th Grade                                              Twister                          Preparing for the OGT in Social Studies-
 Quarter     1. Detect bias and propaganda in primary and           Day After Tomorrow               Stew art/Norris – Amsco Publications
   1         secondary sources of information.                                                       (CH 9-11 pgs 137-169)
             2. Evaluate the credibility of sources for:                                             (CH 25-27 pgs 364-393)
  Month       a. Logical fallacies;
   Oct        b. Consistency of arguments;
              c. Unstated assumptions;                                                               Secondary Resources
   Time       d. Bias.                                                                               Mastering the Ohio Graduation Test in Social
  Frame      3. Analyze the reliability of sources for:                                              Studies – Jarrett Publishing Company
½ week        a. Accurate use of facts;                             Websites                         (Unit 4: Chapter 7 – pp. 95-110)
              b. Adequate support of statements;
              c. Date of publication.                               http://130.159.187.223/link/h/   Ohio OGT Coach for Social Studies
             4. Develop and present a research project              humanmigration.htm               (chapter 3 – pp. 149-162)
             including:
              a. Collection of data;                                http://www.hypermaths.org/q      Buckle Down on Ohio Social Studies:
              b. Narrow ing and refining the topic;                 uadibloc/maps/mapint.htm
              c. Construction and support of the thesis.                                             OGT 9
                                                                                                     (Unit 3 – pp. 87-110)
             10th Grade
             1. Determine the credibility of sources by                                              Buckle Down on Ohio Social Studies:
             considering the follow ing:                            Webquests / VFT’s                OGT 10
              a. The qualifications and reputation of the writer;                                    (Unit 4 – pp.89-110)
              b. Agreement w ith other credible sources;            http://questgarden.com/46/66
              c. Recognition of stereotypes;                        /4/070214065138/                 Literature / Art Connections
              d. Accuracy and consistency of sources;
              e. The circumstances in which the author              http://questgarden.com/46/13
              prepared the source.                                  /3/070131195805/                 Additional Focus Questions
             2. Critique evidence used to support a thesis.
             3. Analyze one or more issues and present a            http://questgarden.com/16/31
             persuasive argument to defend a position.              /0/070128194829/task.htm

             Literacy Skills

              Preview Text and Reading Passages with
              students before each new Unit, Chapter, and
              Section.
              Engage students with a variety of literacy-
              based instructional strategies to prompt higher-
              level thinking, responses, and dis cussions.
              Utilize Charts, Graphs, Maps, and 2-Column
              Notes as resources and organization tools .

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              GEOGRAPHY                             9.1. Interpret data to make comparisons                                                               Places and Regions
  Unit 5      A. Analyze the cultural, physic al,       between and among countries and           Suggested Assessment Items and Essential Questions      geography
Geography         economic and political                regions including:                                                                                physic al regions
                  characteristics that define             a. Birth rates;                         What are the characteris tics of regions, and why do    cultural regions
 Quarter          regions and describe reasons            b. Death rates;                         regions change?                                         political regions
   1              that regions change over time.          c. Infant mortality rates;                                                                      economic regions
                                                          d. Education levels;                                                                            European Union
  Month       B. Analyze geographic changes               e. Per capita Gross Domestic            How has human activity brought about geographic         NAFTA
   Oct.           brought about by human activity              Product (GDP).                     changes?                                                developed nations
                  using appropriate maps and        9.2. Explain how differing points of view                                                             developing nations
Time Frame        other geographic data.                play a role in conflicts over territory                                                           demographic data
 1/2 week                                               and resources.                            What factors have influenced human migration?           birth rate
              C. Analyze the patterns and           9.3. Explain how political and economic                                                               death rate
                  processes of movement of              conditions, resources, geographic                                                                 infant mortality rate
                  people, products and ideas.           locations and cultures have                                                                       literacy rate
                                                        contributed to cooperation and                                                                    GDP
                                                        conflict.                                                                                         Per capita income
                                                    10.1. Explain how perceptions and
                                                        characteristics of geographic                                                                     Hum an Environmental        *For additional
                                                        regions in the United States have                                                                 Interaction                 Resources see the
                                                        changed over time including:                                                                      urbanization                Resources Guide
                                                          a. Urban areas;                                                                                 population density
                                                          b. Wilderness;                                                                                  dot population map
                                                          c. Farmland;                                                                                    population density map
                                                          d. Centers of industry and
                                                               technology.                                                                                Movement
                                                    9.4. Explain the causes and                                                                           migration
                                                        consequences of urbanization                                                                      “push” factors
                                                        including economic development,                                                                   “pull” factors
                                                        population growth and                                                                             Sunbelt
                                                        environmental change.                                                                             transcontinental railroad
                                                    10.2. Describe how changes in                                                                         suburbs
                                                        technology, transportation and
                                                        communication affect the location
                                                        and patterns of economic activities
                                                        and use of productive resources.
                                                    9.5. Analy ze the social, political,
                                                        economic and environmental factors
                                                        that have contributed to human
                                                        migration now and in the past.
                                                    3. Analyze the geographic processes
                                                        that contributed to changes in
                                                        American society including:
                                                          a. Industrialization and post-
                                                               industrialization;
                                                          b. Urbanization and
                                                               suburbaniz ation;
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   Unit 6                                       trade with regard to:                       Suggested Assessment Items and Essential Questions   economists
Economics
              A. Compare how different                a. Standard of living;
                 economic systems                                                                                                                limited resources
  Quarter                                             b. Productive capacity;               How do different economic systems meet their         unlimited wants
     1           answer the fundamental               c. Usage of productive resource
                                                                                            people’s needs?
                                                      d. Infrastructure.                                                                         problem of scarcity
                 economic questions of                                                                                                           three basic economic
  Month                                         9.2. Explain how changing methods of
                 what goods and services                                                                                                         questions
   Oct.                                             production and a country's
                 to produce, how to                 productiv e resources affect how it     How do the policies of the U.S. government           economic system
Time Frame       produce them, and who              answers the fundamental economic
                                                                                            affect the Americ an economy?                        traditional economy
  1 w eek        will consume them.                 questions of what to produce, how                                                            command economy
                                                    to produce, and for whom to                                                                  profit motive
                                                    produce.
              B. Explain how the U.S.                                                                                                            producers
                 government provides                                                                                                             consumers
                                                9.3. Analy ze characteristics of
                                                    traditional, market, command and                                                             supply and demand
                 public services,
                                                    mixed economies w ith regard to:                                                             mixed economy
                 redistributes income,                a. Private property;
                 regulates economic                   b. Freedom of enterprise;                                                                  Government and the      *For additional
                 activity, and promotes               c. Competition and consumer                                                                Economy                 Resources see the
                 economic growth and                        choice;                                                                              Full employment Act     Resources Guide
                                                      d. The role of government.
                 stability.                                                                                                                      of 1946
                                                10.1. Evaluate the effects of
                                                    specialization, trade and                                                                    public goods
                                                    interdependence on the economic                                                              graduated tax
                                                    system of the United States.                                                                 Sherman Antitrust Act
                                                                                                                                                 fiscal policy
                                                10.2. Analy ze the development and                                                               taxes
                                                    impacts of labor unions, farm                                                                bonds
                                                    organizations and business                                                                   inflation
                                                    organizations on the U.S. economy.                                                           monetary policy
                                                9.4. Analy ze the economic costs and
                                                    benefits of protectionism, tariffs,                                                          Federal Reserve
                                                    quotas and blockades on                                                                      reserve requirement
                                                    international trade.                                                                         trade policy
                                                10.3. Demonstrate how U.S.                                                                       tariffs
                                                    governmental policies, including                                                             quotas
                                                    taxes, antitrust legislation and                                                             blockade
                                                    environmental regulations affect                                                             embargo
                                                    individuals and businesses.
                                                                                                                                                 interest rates
                                                10.4. Explain the reasons for the                                                                protectionist
                                                   creation of the Federal Reserve                                                               free trade
                                                   System and its importance to the                                                              specialization
                                                   economy.

                                                10.5. Analy ze the impact of the Great
                                                   Depression and World War II on the
                                                   economy of the United States and
                                                   the resulting expansion of the role of
                                                   the federal government.
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Economics                                                                                             Preparing for the OGT in Social Studies-
             9th Grade                                                                                Stew art/Norris – Amsco Publications
 Quarter     1. Detect bias and propaganda in primary and                                             (CH 12-13 pgs 170-188)
   1         secondary sources of information.                                                        (CH 28-29 pgs 394-416)
             2. Evaluate the credibility of sources for:
  Month       a. Logical fallacies;
   Oct        b. Consistency of arguments;
              c. Unstated assumptions;
    Time      d. Bias.                                                                                Secondary Resources
   Frame     3. Analyze the reliability of sources for:             Websites                          Mastering the Ohio Graduation Test in Social
1 w eek       a. Accurate use of facts;                                                               Studies – Jarrett Publishing Company
              b. Adequate support of statements;                    http://www.federalreserve.go      (Unit 4: Chapter 8 – pp. 111-125)
              c. Date of publication.                               v/
             4. Develop and present a research project                                                Ohio OGT Coach for Social Studies
             including:                                             http://usinfo.state.gov/product   (chapter 4 – pp. 163-176)
              a. Collection of data;                                s/pubs/oecon/chap7.htm
              b. Narrow ing and refining the topic;                                                   Buckle Down on Ohio Social Studies:
              c. Construction and support of the thesis.
                                                                                                      OGT 9
             10th Grade                                             Webquests / VFT’s                 (Unit 4 – pp. 111-132)
             1. Determine the credibility of sources by
             considering the follow ing:                            http://questgarden.com/46         Buckle Down on Ohio Social Studies:
              a. The qualifications and reputation of the writer;   /47/8/070208172527/               OGT 10
              b. Agreement w ith other credible sources;                                              (Unit 4 – pp. 111-134)
              c. Recognition of stereotypes;
                                                                    http://www.geocities.com/r
              d. Accuracy and consistency of sources;                                                 Literature / Art Connections
              e. The circumstances in which the author              umpfeldt/webquest.html
              prepared the source.
             2. Critique evidence used to support a thesis.         http://qowassman.tripod.c
                                                                                                      Additional Focus Questions
             3. Analyze one or more issues and present a            om/apquest/kewquest.htm
             persuasive argument to defend a position.

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              Preview Text and Reading Passages with
              students before each new Unit, Chapter, and
              Section.
              Engage students with a variety of literacy-
              based instructional strategies to prompt higher-
              level thinking, responses, and dis cussions.
              Utilize Charts, Graphs, Maps, and 2-Column
              Notes as resources and organization tools .

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              GOVERNMENT                           10.1. Examine the U.S. Constitution as                                                           Rules and Laws
  Unit 7                                              a living document by analyzing its     Suggested Assessment Items and Essential Questions     amend                  *For additional
Governmen     A. Analyze the evolution of the         evolution through amendments and                                                              amendments             Resources see the
    t             Constitution through post-          Supreme Court decisions including:     How has the Constitution been changed by amendments                           Resources Guide
                                                                                                                                                    voting
                  Reconstruction amendments             a. Plessy v. Ferguson;               and U.S. Supreme Court decisions?
 Quarter          and Supreme Court decisions.          b. Brown v. Board of Education;                                                             15 th amendment
   1                                                    c. Regents of the University of                                                             suffrage
              B. Analyze the differences among                California v. Bakke.           How is power acquired and used in different forms of   19 th Amendment
  Month           various forms of government to   10.2. Explain w hy the 19th and 26th      government?                                            26 th Amendment
   Oct.           determine how power is              Amendments were enacted and                                                                   court of appeals
                  acquired and used.                  how they affected individuals and                                                             14 th Amendment
Time Frame                                            groups.                                                                                       Jim Crow Laws
  1 w eek                                                                                                                                           Plessy v. Ferguson
                                                   9.1. Explain how various systems of
                                                       governments acquire, use and                                                                 Brown v. Board of
                                                       justify their power.                                                                         Education
                                                                                                                                                    University of
                                                   9.2. Analy ze the purposes, structures                                                           California v. Bakke
                                                       and functions of various systems of                                                          affirmative action
                                                       government including:
                                                        a. Absolute monarchies;                                                                     Systems of
                                                        b. Constitutional monarchies;
                                                                                                                                                    Government
                                                        c. Parliamentary democracies;
                                                                                                                                                    monarchy
                                                        d. Presidential democracies;
                                                        e. Dictatorships;                                                                           absolute monarchy
                                                        f.    Theocracies.                                                                          Divine Rights theory
                                                                                                                                                    constitutional
                                                                                                                                                    monarchy
                                                                                                                                                    dictatorship
                                                                                                                                                    democracy
                                                                                                                                                    representative
                                                                                                                                                    democracy
                                                                                                                                                    direct democracy
                                                                                                                                                    majority rule
                                                                                                                                                    parliamentary
                                                                                                                                                    democracy
                                                                                                                                                    parliament
                                                                                                                                                    presidential
                                                                                                                                                    democracy
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Governmen                                                                                            Preparing for the OGT in Social Studies-
t            9th Grade                                              Dave                             Stew art/Norris – Amsco Publications
             1. Detect bias and propaganda in primary and           The Candidate                    (CH14 pgs 189-203)
 Quarter     secondary sources of information.                                                       (CH 30 pgs 417-427)
   1         2. Evaluate the credibility of sources for:
              a. Logical fallacies;
  Month       b. Consistency of arguments;                                                           Secondary Resources
   Oct        c. Unstated assumptions;                                                               Mastering the Ohio Graduation Test in Social
              d. Bias.                                                                               Studies – Jarrett Publishing Company
    Time     3. Analyze the reliability of sources for:                                              (Unit 4: Chapter 9 – pp. 126-137)
   Frame      a. Accurate use of facts;
1 w eek       b. Adequate support of statements;                                                     Ohio OGT Coach for Social Studies
              c. Date of publication.                                                                (chapter 5 – pp.177-190)
             4. Develop and present a research project              Websites
             including:                                                                              Buckle Down on Ohio Social Studies:
              a. Collection of data;                                http://www.usconstitution.net/
                                                                                                     OGT 9
              b. Narrow ing and refining the topic;                 const.html
                                                                                                     (Unit 5 – pp. 133-144)
              c. Construction and support of the thesis.
                                                                    http://www.w hitehouse.gov/
             10th Grade                                                                              Buckle Down on Ohio Social Studies:
             1. Determine the credibility of sources by             http://www.congress.org/cong     OGT 10
             considering the follow ing:                            ressorg/home/                    (Unit – pp. 135-144)
              a. The qualifications and reputation of the writer;
              b. Agreement w ith other credible sources;            http://www.supremecourtus.g      Literature / Art Connections
              c. Recognition of stereotypes;                        ov/
              d. Accuracy and consistency of sources;
              e. The circumstances in which the author                                               Additional Focus Questions
              prepared the source.
             2. Critique evidence used to support a thesis.         Webquests / VFT’s
             3. Analyze one or more issues and present a
             persuasive argument to defend a position.              http://questgarden.com/47
                                                                    /84/3/070313092526/
             Literacy Skills
                                                                    http://www.webquest.org/
              Preview Text and Reading Passages with
                                                                    questgarden/lessons/406
              students before each new Unit, Chapter, and
                                                                    28-061201082137/
              Section.
              Engage students with a variety of literacy-
                                                                    http://babylon.k12.ny.us/usco
              based instructional strategies to prompt higher-
                                                                    nstitution/
              level thinking, responses, and dis cussions.
              Utilize Charts, Graphs, Maps, and 2-Column
              Notes as resources and organization tools .

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                                                       9.1. Analy ze and evaluate the influence                                                           Participation
   Unit 8       CITIZ ENSHIP RIGHTS AND                    of various forms of citizen action on     Suggested Assessment Items and Essential Questions   grievances
Citizenship          RESPONSIBILITIES                      public policy including:                                                                       political parties
Rights and                                                  a. The French Revolution;                How do citizens bring about changes to their         interest groups
Responsibili    A. Analyze ways people achieve              b. The international movement
     ties           governmental change, including                to abolish the slave trade and
                                                                                                     government?                                          lobbyists
                    political action, social protest              slavery;                                                                                media
  Quarter           and revolution.                         c. The Russian Revolution;                                                                    public opinion
    1                                                       d. The independence movement                                                                  military policy
                                                                  in India;                                                                               Rachel Carson
  Month                                                     e. The fall of communism in                                                                   Grange Associations
   Oct.                                                           Europe                                                                                  No Child Left Behind
Time Frame
                                                             f. The end of apartheid.                                                                     social protest
                                                       9.2. Describe and compare                                                                          civil disobedience
  1 w eek
                                                           opportunities for citizen participation                                                        Henry David Thoreau
                                                           under different systems of                                                                     Susan B. Anthony
                                                           government including:
                                                                                                                                                          Anti-Slavery Society
                                                             a. Absolute monarchies;
                                                                                                                                                          Mohandus Gandhi          *For additional
                                                             b. Constitutional monarchies;
                                                                                                                                                          Dr. Martin Luther King   Resources see the
                                                             c. Parliamentary democracies;
                                                                                                                                                          apartheid                Resources Guide
                                                             d. Presidential democracies;
                                                             e. Dictatorships;                                                                            revolution
                                                             f.    Theocracies.                                                                           French Revolution
                                                       9.3. Analy ze how governments and                                                                  Bastille
                                                           other groups have used propaganda                                                              “Reign of Terror”
                                                           to influence public opinion and
                                                                                                                                                          Russian Revolution
                                                           behavior.
                                                       10.1. Describe the ways in whic h                                                                  Vladimir Lenin
                                                           government policy has been shaped
                                                           and set by the influence of political
                                                           parties, interest groups, lobbyists,
                                                           the media and public opinion w ith
                                                           emphasis on:
                                                             a. Extension of suffrage;
                                                             b. Labor legislation;
                                                             c. Civil rights legislation;
                                                             d. Military policy;
                                                             e. Environmental legislation;
                                                             f.    Business regulation;
                                                             g. Educational policy.
                                                       10.2. Explain how civ il disobedience
                                                       differs from other forms of dissent and
                                                       evaluate its application and
                                                       consequences including:
                                                             a. Women's suffrage movement
                                                                   of the late 1800s;
                                                             b. Civil rights movement of the
                                                                   1960s;
                                                             c. Student protests during the
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                CITIZ ENSHIP RIGHTS AND                 10.3. Explain the considerations and                                                              Rights and
   Unit 1            RESPONSIBILITIES                      criteria commonly used in                Suggested Assessment Items and Essential Questions    Responsibilities
Citizenship                                                determining w hat limits should be                                                             common good
Rights and      B. Explain how indiv idual rights are      placed on specif ic rights including:
                                                                                                                                                          Bill of Rights
Responsibili        relative, not absolute, and              a. Clear and present danger;
     ties           describe the balance between             b. Compelling government
                                                                                                    How are individual rights balanced with the           “clear and present
                    individual rights, the rights of               interest;                        rights of others and the common good?                 danger” test
  Quarter           others, and the common good.             c. National security;                                                                        Schenk v. United
    1                                                        d. Libel or slander;                                                                         States
                                                             e. Public safety;                                                                            “leaks”
  Month                                                      f.    Equal opportunity.                                                                     Patriot Act
   Oct                                                                                                                                                    slander
                                                        10.4. Analy ze instances in whic h the                                                            libel
Time Frame                                                 rights of individuals were restricted
  1 w eek                                                  including:                                                                                     equal opportunity
                                                             a. Conscientious objectors in                                                                compelling
                                                                  World War I;                                                                            government interest
                                                             b. Immigrants during the Red                                                                 conscientious
                                                                  Scare;                                                                                  objectors             *For additional
                                                             c. Intellectuals and artis ts during                                                         Sacco and Vanzetti    Resources see the
                                                                  the McCarthy Era;                                                                       blacklisted           Resources Guide
                                                             d. Afric an-Americans during the                                                             McCarthyism
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    Unit 8     Social Studies Skills and Methods                      Video Clips                      Primary Resources                               Activities
Citizenship                                                                                            Preparing for the OGT in Social Studies-
                th
Rights and     9 Grade                                                French Revolution (History       Stew art/Norris – Amsco Publications
Responsibil    1. Detect bias and propaganda in primary and           Channel)                         (CH 15-16 pgs 205-224)
ities          secondary sources of information.                      Russia: Land of the Tsars        (CH 31-33 pgs 428-467)
               2. Evaluate the credibility of sources for:            The American President
 Quarter        a. Logical fallacies;
   1            b. Consistency of arguments;                                                           Secondary Resources
                c. Unstated assumptions;                                                               Mastering the Ohio Graduation Test in Social
  Month         d. Bias.                                                                               Studies – Jarrett Publishing Company
   Oct         3. Analyze the reliability of sources for:                                              (Unit 4: Chapter 10 – pp. 138-152)
                a. Accurate use of facts;
    Time        b. Adequate support of statements;                                                     Ohio OGT Coach for Social Studies
   Frame        c. Date of publication.                                                                (chapter 6 – pp.191-208)
1 w eek        4. Develop and present a research project              Websites
               including:                                                                              Buckle Down on Ohio Social Studies:
                a. Collection of data;                                http://www.politico.com/lobbyi   OGT 9
                b. Narrow ing and refining the topic;                 ng/                              (Unit 5 – pp. 145-154)
                c. Construction and support of the thesis.
                                                                      http://www.barnsdle.demon.c      Buckle Down on Ohio Social Studies:
               10th Grade                                             o.uk/russ/rusrev.html
               1. Determine the credibility of sources by                                              OGT 10
               considering the follow ing:                                                             (Unit 5 – pp. 145-158)
                a. The qualifications and reputation of the writer;
                b. Agreement w ith other credible sources;                                             Literature / Art Connections
                c. Recognition of stereotypes;
                d. Accuracy and consistency of sources;               Webquests / VFT’s
                e. The circumstances in which the author                                               Additional Focus Questions
                prepared the source.                                  http://www.tcdsb.org/eclas
               2. Critique evidence used to support a thesis.         s/ecivil/local%20publish/
               3. Analyze one or more issues and present a
               persuasive argument to defend a position.              http://citi zen.strongverb.n
                                                                      et/
               Literacy Skills
                                                                      http://imet.csus.edu/imet2/cla
                Preview Text and Reading Passages with
                                                                      rkc/webquest/
                students before each new Unit, Chapter, and
                Section.
                Engage students with a variety of literacy-
                based instructional strategies to prompt higher-
                level thinking, responses, and dis cussions.
                Utilize Charts, Graphs, Maps, and 2-Column
                Notes as resources and organization tools .

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                  11th and 12th Grade Indicators                                                                                                                         Philosophical       State
   Unit 1                                                                               Unit “Big Idea” Question(s)                                                        Foundations       Nation               * See
The Nature of     Gv11B7. Explain the philosophical foundations of the                                                                                                   Natural Rights      Nation-State         Resource
   Power,         American political system as outlined in the Declaration of           What is the purpose of Government, and how does it affect your                   Separation of       Population           Guide
 Politics, and                                                                                                                                                                               Territory
                  Independence, the United States Constitution and the                  life?                                                                              Pow ers                                Supplement
 Gov ernment                                                                                                                                                                                 Sov ereignty
                  Federalist Papers with emphasis on the basic principles of                                                                                             Branches of         Gov ernment
                  natural rights.                                                                                                                                          Government        Ev olutionary
Chapter 1.1
People and                                                                                                                                                               Checks & Balances     Theory
Gov ernment       Gv11A3. Describe the changing relationships among the                                                                                                  Public Good         Force Theory
                  branches of the national government, and evaluate                     Suggested Assessment Items                                                       Individual Rights   Div ine Right          Glencoe
                  applications of the principles of separation of powers and                                                                                             Federal System        Theory              Chapter 1
  Quarter
                  checks and balances for serving the public good and                   1. Identify what it means to be sov ereign or to claim sov ereignty ov er a      Federalism          Social Contract
   1/3                                                                                                                                                                                         Theory
                  protecting individual rights.                                         state                                                                            Domestic Policy     Tho mas Hob bes
   Month                                                                                2. What is the difference between a Nation and a State?                          Foreign Policy      John Locke
                  Gv11A4. Describe the changing relationship among the levels                                                                                                                Jean Jacques
                  of government in the United States federal system, and                3. Identify the essential features that a territory must possess to be                                 Rousseau
                  evaluate applications of the principle of federalism for serving      considered a nation-state.                                                                           Social Order
Time Frame
                  the public good and protecting individual rights.                                                                                                                          Settling
  2 w eeks                                                                              4. Explain the sev eral theories of the origin of the State, including
                                                                                        Ev olutionary Theory , Force Theory, Div ine Right Theory , and Social                                 Disagreements
                                                                                                                                                                                             Public Serv ices
                  Gv11A5. Explain the major responsibilities of the federal             Contract Theory . Be sure to discuss the basic principals of natural rights
                                                                                        in y our answer.                                                                                     National Security
                  government for domestic and foreign policy including                                                                                                                       Economic
                  pow ers of each branch of government.                                                                                                                                        Decisions
                                                                                        5. Rank the major f unctions or purposes of Gov ernment and explain what
                                                                                        y ou believ e to be the most important f unction of gov ernment.                                     Unitary Sy stem
                  Review of 6th Grade Indicators                                                                                                                                             Federal Sy stem
                                                                                        6. Compare the Unitary and Federal Systems of Gov ernment.                                           Conf ederacy
                  Gv6 A1. Explain reasons for the creation of governments such as:                                                                                                           Constitutional Law
                  a. Protecting lives, liberty and property;                            7. Explain the purpose of a constitution.                                                            Politics
                  b. Providing services that individuals cannot provide for                                                                                                                  Industrialized
                                                                                        8. Evaluate the importance of politics and its place in gov ernment.
                  themselves                                                                                                                                                                   Nation
                                                                                        9. Identify and describe the major ty pes of gov ernments.                                           Dev eloping Nation
                  Gv6 A2. Describe how the world is divided into countries that claim                                                                                                        Autocracy
                  sovereignty over territory, and countries may be further divided      10. Determine which gov ernment system allows its citizens the most                                  Monarchy
                  into states or provinces that contain cities and towns.               opportunities to participate and inf luence the political process?                                   Oligarchy
                                                                                                                                                                                             Democracy
                  Gv6 A3. Explain the ways that countries interact with each other      11. Determine which gov ernment system does the best job of prov iding                               Republic
                  including:                                                            and protecting its citizen’s rights?                                                                 Political Party
                      a. Diplomacy;                                                      12. Identify and describe the 3 major economic systems and describe                                 Free Enterprise
                      b. Treaties;                                                      how they how inf luence gov ernment policies.                                                        Economics
                      c. International meetings and exchanges                                                                                                                                Capitalism
                        (e.g., United Nations);                                         13. Describe how economic and gov ernment theories linked?                                           Free Market
                      d. Military conflict.                                                                                                                                                  Laissez-f aire
                                                                                        14. Identify the main ideas found in Adam Smith’s book, The Wealth of                                Socialism
                  Gv6C4. Describe the defining characteristics of democracies,          Nations.                                                                                             Communism
                  monarchies and dictatorships.                                                                                                                                              Bourgeoisie
                                                                                        15. Describe 3 way s that the United States has modif ied its f ree-market                           Proletariat
                  C6 A1. Explain how opportunities for citizens to participate in and   sy stem.                                                                                             Communism
                  influence the political process differ under various systems of                                                                                                            Command
                  government                                                            16. According to Marx, what is the ultimate goal of true communism? Has                                Economy
                                                                                        any modern nation achiev ed this goal?                                                               Ada m S mith
                  C6B2. Compare the rights and responsibilities of citizens living                                                                                                           Karl Marx
                  under various systems of government.                                  17. Did Sov iet and Chinese Communism f ollow Marx’s Theories?




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                                                                           and Videos               Connections
11th Grade
                                                                           Video Clips              Primary Resources and Document    Activities
1. Identify a current public policy issue and arguments relative to the
                                                                                                    Based Questions
issue.
2. Determine criteria by which arguments will be judged.
3. Identify advocacy groups and obtain public policy information they
produce.
4. Adjust a research question or topic based on information obtained
while conducting research.
5. Choose a position on an issue and develop a rationale for that
position.
6. Critique the conclusions drawn from survey and research data by
questioning:
    a. Sample size;
                                                                                                                                      ODE Model Lessons
    b. Demographics;
    c. The sponsoring organization;
    d. Logic of the conclusions reached.
7. Identify appropriate tools for communicating a position on an issue
(e.g., electronic resources, newsletters, letters to the editor, public
displays and handouts).
                                                                                                    Secondary Resources
8. Apply the processes of persuasion, compromise and negotiation to
the resolution of conflicts and differences.
                                                                           Websites
12th Grade
1. Obtain and evaluate information from public records and other
resources related to a public policy issue.                                                                                           Culminating Projects
2. Construct an action plan for presenting a position to the appropriate
decision-making body.
3. Research an issue or topic by gathering, recording, evaluating and
interpreting relevant data.                                                                                                           Field Experiences
4. Develop a research project and make formal presentations to the
class and/or community members using:
    a. Key terms;
    b. Support for main ideas;
    c. Examples;
    d. Statistics and other evidence;                                      Webquests / VFT’s        Literature / Art Connections
    e. Visual aids;
    f. Formal citation of sources.
5. Respond to questions and feedback about presentations
know ledgeably and civ illy .
6. Build consensus w ithin a group by:
    a. Finding points of agreement;
    b. Identifying points individuals are willing to concede;
    c. Making sure that all voices are heard;
    d. Attempting to understand the view of others.
7. Engage in group w ork on issues-analysis and
decision-making:
    a. Identify a problem or dilemma;
    b. Analyze the interests, values and points of view;
    c. Identify causes of the problem or dilemma;
    d. Propose alternative solutions;
    e. Formulate a position or course of action;
    f. Evaluate the consequences of the action taken.

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                                      Grade Level Indicator(s)                                                              Assessment                                                                            Resources
  and
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                                                                                                 Unit “Big Idea” Question(s)                                            Tow n Meetings       Separations of
  Unit 2       Gv 12B3. Explain the key arguments made f or and against the                                                                                             Colonial              Pow ers            * See
Foundations    ratif ication of the Constitution and illustrate how those arguments
                                                                                                 What events led to the ratif ication of the U.S. Constitution?           Assemblies         Representative      Resource
of American    inf luence contemporary political debate.
                                                                                                                                                                        American              Government         Guide
Gov ernment
               C11B5. Explain the meaning and importance of each of the rights                                                                                          Revolution           Limited             Supplement
               guaranteed und er the Bill of Rights and how they are                                                                                                    Declaration of        Government
Chapter 2.1    secured through:                                                                                                                                         Independence         Land Ordinance of
 Origins of    a. Legislation;
 American
                                                                                                 Suggested Assessment Items                                             Adoption               1785
               b. The role of the judiciary in upholding rights;                                                                                                        Connections          Tow nship                Ohio
Gov ernment
               c. The role of citizens exercising their rights.                                  1. Compare and contrast the rights of Englishmen w ith those of        Constitution         Section             Government
  Quarter      Review of 7
                             th       th
                                  and 8 Grade Indicators
                                                                                                 the colonists in the English Colonies.                                 Democracy            Northw est            in Action
   1/3                                                                                                                                                                  Domestic               Territory          Pgs 45-46
               C7B2. Describ e the r ights found in the Magna Carta and sho w conn ections to
               rights Am ericans have today.
                                                                                                 2. Explain the colonial reaction to Britain’s attempts to tax the      Republic             Commerce              (Preview
  Month                                                                                          colonists.                                                             Artic les of         Thomas Jefferson    Assignment)
               H8D2. Describ e the political, religious and economic asp ects of North                                                                                  Confederation        George
               Amer ican coloniz ation including:
                                                                                                 3. Summarize the fiv e parts of the Declaration of Independence.       National Security     Washington
Time Frame           e.     Early repr esentative governments and democratic practices that                                                                             Stable               James Madison         Glencoe
                            emerged , including town meetings and colonial assemblies;
 < 1 w eek                                                                                       4. Explain the main purpose of the Declaration of Independence         Debt                 Delegates            Chapter 2
               H8E3. Identif y and explain the sources of conflict which led to the American     and evaluate is effects on the American Republic.                      Revenue              Virginia Plan
               Revolution, with emphasis on the p ersp ectives of the Patriots, Lo yalist s,                                                                            Authority            New Jersey Plan
               neutral colonists and the British concerning:
                                                                                                 5. Compare and contrast the new state constitutions.                   Expansion            The Federalist
                     a.     The Proclamation of 1763, the Stamp Act, the To wnsh end Acts,                                                                              Northw est           Papers
                            the Tea Act and the Intolerable Acts;                                6. Analyze the strengths and weakness of the Articles of               Ordinance            Alexander
                     b.     The Boston Tea Part y, the bo ycotts, the Son s of Libert y and      Confederations.                                                        Demise               Hamilton
                            petitions and app eals to Parliament.                                                                                                       Shay’s Rebellion
                Gv8A1. Analyze the principles of self-government and natural rights              7. Evaluate the importance of the Northwest Ordinance.                 Principles
               expressed in the D eclaration of Indep endence and their r elationsh ip to        8. Identify the causes and effects of Shay’s Rebellion.                Constitutional
               Enlightenment ideas.                                                                                                                                     Convention
               H8F5. Explain major domestic problems faced b y the lead ers of the new           9. Evaluate the provisions and importance of the Northwest             Compromises
               republic under the Articles of Confederation including:                           Ordinance.                                                             Debate
                     a.    Maintaining national securit y;                                                                                                              3/5 Compromise
                     b.    Creating a stable economic system;
                     c.    Dealing with war d ebts;                                              10. List key events leading to the Constitutional Convention and       The Great
                     d.    Collecting revenu e;                                                  identify key delegates.                                                  Compromise
                     e.    Defining the authorit y of the central governm ent.                                                                                          Federalism
               E8C4. Explain ho w lack of po wer to regulate the econom y contributed to the     11. Analyze the major issues and compromises of the                    Bicameralism
               demise of the Articles of Confeder ation and the creation of U.S. Constitution.   Constitutional Convention.                                             Citizen
                                                                                                                                                                        Federalists
               Gv8B3. Explain ho w events and issues demon strated the n eed for a stronger
               form of governance in the early years of the United States:                       12. Compare and contrast the positions of the Federalists and          Anti-Federalists
                     a.    Shays’ Reb ellion                                                     Anti-Federalists.
                     b.    Economic instabilit y
                     c.    Government under the Articles of Confederation.
                                                                                                 13. Summarize the political conflicts and debates over the
               Gv8B7. Explain ho w the North west Ordinance established pr inciples and          ratific ation of the Constitution.
               procedures for the order ly exp ansion of the United States.

               H8F6. Explain the challenges in wr iting and r atif ying the U.S. Constitution
               including:
                      a.   Issues deb ated during the convention resulting in compromises
                           (i.e., the Great Compromise, the Thr ee-Fifths Compromise and
                           the compromise over the slave trade);
                      b.   The Feder alist/Anti-Federalist debat e;
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                                                                                                                                                   and Lessons
                                                                                        and Videos             Literature / Art Connections
               11th Grade
  Unit 2                                                                                Video Clips            Primary Resources and Document      Activities
Foundations    1. Identify a current public policy issue and arguments relative to
                                                                                                               Based Questions
of American    the issue.
Gov ernment    2. Determine criteria by which arguments will be judged.
               3. Identify advocacy groups and obtain public policy information
Chapter 2.1    they produce.
 Origins of    4. Adjust a research question or topic based on information
 American      obtained w hile conducting research.
Gov ernment    5. Choose a position on an issue and develop a rationale for that
               position.
 Quarter       6. Critique the conclusions drawn from survey and research data
  1/3          by questioning:
                   a. Sample size;
  Month                                                                                                                                            ODE Model Lessons
                   b. Demographics;
                   c. The sponsoring organization;
                   d. Logic of the conclusions reached.                                                                                            Natural Rights
   Time                                                                                                                                            http://ims.ode.state.oh.us/ODE/IMS/Lessons/Web_Conte
               7. Identify appropriate tools for communicating a position on an
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               issue (e.g., electronic resources, newsletters, letters to the editor,
 < 1 w eek     public displays and handouts).
                                                                                                               Secondary Resources
               8. Apply the processes of persuasion, compromise and
               negotiation to the resolution of conflicts and differences.
                                                                                        Websites
               12th Grade
               1. Obtain and evaluate information from public records and other
               resources related to a public policy issue.                                                                                         Culminating Projects
               2. Construct an action plan for presenting a position to the
               appropriate decision-making body.
               3. Research an issue or topic by gathering, recording, evaluating
               and interpreting relevant data.                                                                                                     Field Experiences
               4. Develop a research project and make formal presentations to
               the class and/or community members using:
                   a. Key terms;
                   b. Support for main ideas;
                   c. Examples;
                   d. Statistics and other evidence;                                    Webquests / VFT’s      Literature / Art Connections
                   e. Visual aids;
                   f. Formal citation of sources.
               5. Respond to questions and feedback about presentations
               know ledgeably and civ illy .
               6. Build consensus w ithin a group by:
                   a. Finding points of agreement;
                   b. Identifying points individuals are willing to concede;
                   c. Making sure that all voices are heard;
                   d. Attempting to understand the view of others.
               7. Engage in group w ork on issues-analysis and
               decision-making:
                   a. Identify a problem or dilemma;
                   b. Analyze the interests, values and points of view;
                   c. Identify causes of the problem or dilemma;
                   d. Propose alternative solutions;
                   e. Formulate a position or course of action;
                   f. Evaluate the consequences of the action taken.

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 Pacing
                                  Grade Level Indicator(s)                                                    Assessment                                                                            Resources
  and
 Content                                                                                                                                                     Standards-Based        Supportive
                                                                                   Unit “Big Idea” Question(s)                                             Federalism          Preamble
  Unit 1        Gv11A3. Describe the changing relationships among the                                                                                      Origins             Legislative         * See
Foundations     branches of the national government, and evaluate                  What is the basic structure of the Constitution?                        Representative      Executive           Resource
of American     applications of the principles of separation of powers and                                                                                 Democracy           Judicial            Guide
Gov ernment
                checks and balances for serving the public good and                How did the Founders hope to prevent any one branch of                  Bicameralism        Branch              Supplement
                protecting individual rights.                                      government from gaining too much power?                                 Separation of       Congress
Chapter 2.2                                                                                                                                                Pow ers             House of
    The
Constitution                                                                       Why is the U.S. Constitution considered a “living document?”            Checks & Balances     Representatives
                Gv11A6. Explain the functions of local and state governments                                                                               Bill                Senate
 and Bill of
                in Ohio and how their powers are derived from the Ohio             Suggested Assessment Items                                              Law                 Impeachment
   Rights
                Constitution.                                                                                                                              Rights &            Electoral College     Glencoe
  Quarter                                                                          1. Compare and contrast the rights of Englishmen w ith those of         Responsibilities    Abridging            Chapter 3
                Gv11B9. Explain how interpretations of the basic principles        the colonists in the English Colonies.                                  Bill of Rights      Quartered
   1/3
                found in the U.S. Constitution have changed over time.                                                                                     Petition            Double Jeopardy
  Month                                                                            2. Outline the seven principles of government that helped to            Trial by Jury       Due Process
                Review of 8th Grade Indicators                                                                                                             Ratification        Bail
                                                                                   shape the Constitution.
                Gv8B4. Explain the political concepts expressed in the U.S.                                                                                Freedom             Delegated
Time Frame      Constitution:                                                      3. Exam ine the goals of the federal government as set out in the       Assembly            Reserved
  2 w eeks                                                                         Preamble of the Constitution.                                           Due Process         Citizen
                     a.    Representative democracy;                                                                                                       Equal Protection    Responsibilities
                     b.    Federalism;                                             4. Discuss the structure and purpose of the legislative branch.         Jury                Civil Rights

                     c.    Bicameralism;                                           5. Trace the steps of how a bill becomes a law.
                     d.    Separation of powers;                                   6. Discuss the structure and purpose of the executive branch.
                      e.   Checks and balances.
                                                                                   7. Explain the structure and purpose of the judicial branch.

                Gv8B5. Explain how the U.S. Constitution protects the rights of    8. Analyze the purpose of the separation of powers in our system
                citizens, regulates the use of territory, manages conflict and     of government.
                establishes order and security.
                                                                                   9. Provide examples of the system of checks and balances.
                Gv8B6. Explain how specif ic provisions of the U.S.
                Constitution, including the Bill of Rights, limit the pow ers of   10. Identify rights protected in the Bill of Rights.
                government in order to protect the rights of individuals w ith
                emphasis on:                                                       11. Trace the expansion of rights for all citizens as evidenced in
                    a. Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly and            the Constitution.
                           petition;
                    b. Right to trial by jury and the right to counsel;
                    c. Due process and equal protection of the laws.




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                                                                                                                                                    Textbook References / Recommended Activities
 Pacing         Social Studies and other Related Skills                                  Electronic Resources   Resources, DBQ's, and
                                                                                                                                                    and Lessons
                                                                                         and Videos             Literature / Art Connections
                11th Grade
  Unit 1                                                                                 Video Clips            Primary Resources and Document      Activities
Foundations     1. Identify a current public policy issue and arguments relative to
                                                                                                                Based Questions
of American     the issue.
Gov ernment     2. Determine criteria by which arguments will be judged.
                3. Identify advocacy groups and obtain public policy information
Chapter 2.2     they produce.
    The         4. Adjust a research question or topic based on information
Constitution    obtained w hile conducting research.
 and Bill of    5. Choose a position on an issue and develop a rationale for that
   Rights
                position.
                6. Critique the conclusions drawn from survey and research data
 Quarter        by questioning:
  1/3               a. Sample size;
                                                                                                                                                    ODE Model Lessons
                    b. Demographics;
  Month             c. The sponsoring organization;
                    d. Logic of the conclusions reached.                                                                                            Preserving American Democracy
                                                                                                                                                    http://ims.ode.state.oh.us/ODE/IMS/Lessons/Web_Conte
                7. Identify appropriate tools for communicating a position on an
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                issue (e.g., electronic resources, newsletters, letters to the editor,
  Frame         public displays and handouts).
 2 w eeks                                                                                                       Secondary Resources
                8. Apply the processes of persuasion, compromise and
                negotiation to the resolution of conflicts and differences.
                                                                                         Websites
                12th Grade
                1. Obtain and evaluate information from public records and other
                resources related to a public policy issue.                                                                                         Culminating Projects
                2. Construct an action plan for presenting a position to the
                appropriate decision-making body.
                3. Research an issue or topic by gathering, recording, evaluating
                and interpreting relevant data.
                4. Develop a research project and make formal presentations to
                the class and/or community members using:
                    a. Key terms;                                                                                                                   Field Experiences
                    b. Support for main ideas;
                    c. Examples;
                    d. Statistics and other evidence;                                    Webquests / VFT’s      Literature / Art Connections
                    e. Visual aids;
                    f. Formal citation of sources.
                5. Respond to questions and feedback about presentations
                know ledgeably and civ illy .
                6. Build consensus w ithin a group by:
                    a. Finding points of agreement;
                    b. Identifying points individuals are willing to concede;
                    c. Making sure that all voices are heard;
                    d. Attempting to understand the view of others.
                7. Engage in group w ork on issues-analysis and
                decision-making:
                    a. Identify a problem or dilemma;
                    b. Analyze the interests, values and points of view;
                    c. Identify causes of the problem or dilemma;
                    d. Propose alternative solutions;
                    e. Formulate a position or course of action;
                    f. Evaluate the consequences of the action taken.

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                                                                                                                                                                 Vocabulary
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                                 Grade Level Indicator(s)                                                Assessment                                                                           Resources
  and
 Content                                                                                                                                             Standards-Based       Supportive
                                                                               Unit “Big Idea” Question(s)                                         Local Government    Governor
  Unit 1        Gv11A6. Explain the functions of local and state governments                                                                       State Government    Attorney General      * See
Foundations     in Ohio and how their powers are derived from the Ohio         How is the structure of the Ohio Constitution and U.S.              Ohio Constitution   Secretary of State    Resource
of American     Constitution.                                                  Constitution different? Similar?                                                        Auditor of State      Guide
Gov ernment
                                                                                                                                                                       Treasurer             Supplement
                                                                                                                                                                       General Assembly
Chapter 2.3                                                                                                                                                            Ohio Supreme
   Ohio’s
Constitution                                                                   Suggested Assessment Items                                                              Court
 and Bill of                                                                                                                                                           Ohio Bill of Rights        Ohio
   Rights                                                                      1. Compare and contrast the structure and function of the Ohio                                                Government
                                                                               Constitution and U.S. Constitution.                                                                             in Action
  Quarter                                                                                                                                                                                     Pgs 57-78
   1/3                                                                         2. Trace the history of Ohio’s Constitutions and State
                                                                               Government?
  Month


Time Frame
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                                                                                                                                                    Textbook References / Recommended Activities
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                                                                                                                                                    and Lessons
                                                                                         and Videos             Literature / Art Connections
                11th Grade
  Unit 1                                                                                 Video Clips            Primary Resources and Document      Activities
Foundations     1. Identify a current public policy issue and arguments relative to
                                                                                                                Based Questions
of American     the issue.
Gov ernment     2. Determine criteria by which arguments will be judged.
                3. Identify advocacy groups and obtain public policy information
Chapter 2.3     they produce.
   Ohio’s       4. Adjust a research question or topic based on information
Constitution    obtained w hile conducting research.
 and Bill of    5. Choose a position on an issue and develop a rationale for that
   Rights
                position.
                6. Critique the conclusions drawn from survey and research data
 Quarter        by questioning:
  1/3               a. Sample size;
                                                                                                                                                    ODE Model Lessons
                    b. Demographics;
  Month             c. The sponsoring organization;
                    d. Logic of the conclusions reached.
                7. Identify appropriate tools for communicating a position on an
   Time         issue (e.g., electronic resources, newsletters, letters to the editor,
  Frame         public displays and handouts).
 1-2 Days                                                                                                       Secondary Resources
                8. Apply the processes of persuasion, compromise and
                negotiation to the resolution of conflicts and differences.
                                                                                         Websites
                12th Grade
                1. Obtain and evaluate information from public records and other
                resources related to a public policy issue.                                                                                         Culminating Projects
                2. Construct an action plan for presenting a position to the
                appropriate decision-making body.
                3. Research an issue or topic by gathering, recording, evaluating
                and interpreting relevant data.                                                                                                     Field Experiences
                4. Develop a research project and make formal presentations to
                the class and/or community members using:
                    a. Key terms;
                    b. Support for main ideas;
                    c. Examples;
                    d. Statistics and other evidence;                                    Webquests / VFT’s      Literature / Art Connections
                    e. Visual aids;
                    f. Formal citation of sources.
                5. Respond to questions and feedback about presentations
                know ledgeably and civ illy .
                6. Build consensus w ithin a group by:
                    a. Finding points of agreement;
                    b. Identifying points individuals are willing to concede;
                    c. Making sure that all voices are heard;
                    d. Attempting to understand the view of others.
                7. Engage in group w ork on issues-analysis and
                decision-making:
                    a. Identify a problem or dilemma;
                    b. Analyze the interests, values and points of view;
                    c. Identify causes of the problem or dilemma;
                    d. Propose alternative solutions;
                    e. Formulate a position or course of action;
                    f. Evaluate the consequences of the action taken.

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                                                                                                                                                                     Vocabulary
 Pacing
                                 Grade Level Indicator(s)                                                   Assessment                                                                           Resources
  and
 Content                                                                                                                                                 Standards-Based        Supportive
                                                                                  Unit “Big Idea” Question(s)                                           Federalism          Delegated pow ers
  Unit 1       Gv11A4. Describe the changing relationship among the levels                                                                              Origins             Express powers      * See
Foundations    of government in the United States federal system, and             How does federalism allow for more political participation?           Representative      Elastic clause      Resource
of American    evaluate applications of the principle of federalism for serving                                                                         Democracy           Inherent pow ers    Guide
Gov ernment
               the public good and protecting individual rights.                  Does federalism improve the quality of government accessibility       Bicameralism        Reserved powers     Supplement
                                                                                  and service?                                                          Separation of       Supremacy clause
Chapter 2.4    Gv11A5. Explain the major responsibilities of the federal                                                                                Pow ers             Concurrent power
The Federal
  Sy stem      government for domestic and foreign policy including                                                                                     Checks & Balances   Enabling act
               pow ers of each branch of government.                              Suggested Assessment Items                                            Bill
  Quarter                                                                                                                                               Law                                       Glencoe
   1/3         Gv11B8. Compare and analyze the powers granted to the              1. Describe how the role of the federal government has changed        Rights &                                 Chapter 4
               national and state governments in the federal system w ith         since the adoption of the U.S. Constitution.                          Responsibilities
  Month        emphasis on:                                                                                                                             Bill of Rights                               Ohio
                   a. Concurrent powers;                                          2. Evaluate how the principle of federalism has worked to protect     Petition                                Government
                   b. Reserved powers;                                            the public good and protecting individual rights.                     Trial by Jury                             in Action
Time Frame         c. Implied pow ers;                                                                                                                  Ratification                             Pgs 31-41,
 < 1 w eek         d. Expressed powers.                                           3. Compare and analyze the powers granted to the national and         Freedom                                     47-48
                                                                                  state governments in the federal system by constructing a Venn        Assembly                                  (49-50 –
               Review of 8th Grade Indicators                                     diagram of delegated, concurrent, and reserved powers.                Due Process                              Legislative
                                                                                                                                                        Equal Protection                        Branch Unit?)
               Gv8B4. Explain the political concepts expressed in the U.S.        4. Identify and describe difference between implied, inherent,        Jury
               Constitution:
                                                                                  and express powers.
                    a.   Representative democracy;
                                                                                  5. Explain the role of the “supremacy clause” in defining the roles
                    b.   Federalism ;                                             of federal and state government.
                    c.   Bicameralism;
                                                                                  6. Explain the major responsibilities of the federal government
                    d.   Separation of powers;                                    for domestic and foreign policy.
                    e.   Checks and balances.                                     7. Identify and describe how the supreme court has upheld the
               Gv8B5. Explain how the U.S. Constitution protects the rights of    principal of federalism.
               citizens, regulates the use of territory, manages conflict and
               establishes order and security.                                    8. Identify which level of government has the power to do certain
                                                                                  things utilizing the “Who has the Pow er” Ohio Government in
                                                                                  Action worksheet.




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                                                                                                                                                   Textbook References / Recommended Activities
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                                                                                                                                                   and Lessons
                                                                                        and Videos             Literature / Art Connections
               11th Grade
  Unit 1                                                                                Video Clips            Primary Resources and Document      Activities
Foundations    1. Identify a current public policy issue and arguments relative to
                                                                                                               Based Questions
of American    the issue.
Gov ernment    2. Determine criteria by which arguments will be judged.
               3. Identify advocacy groups and obtain public policy information
Chapter 2.4    they produce.
The Federal    4. Adjust a research question or topic based on information
  Sy stem      obtained w hile conducting research.
               5. Choose a position on an issue and develop a rationale for that
 Quarter       position.
  1/3          6. Critique the conclusions drawn from survey and research data
               by questioning:
  Month            a. Sample size;
                                                                                                                                                   ODE Model Lessons
                   b. Demographics;
   Time            c. The sponsoring organization;
  Frame            d. Logic of the conclusions reached.
 < 1 w eek     7. Identify appropriate tools for communicating a position on an
               issue (e.g., electronic resources, newsletters, letters to the editor,
               public displays and handouts).
                                                                                                               Secondary Resources
               8. Apply the processes of persuasion, compromise and
               negotiation to the resolution of conflicts and differences.
                                                                                        Websites
               12th Grade
               1. Obtain and evaluate information from public records and other
               resources related to a public policy issue.                                                                                         Culminating Projects
               2. Construct an action plan for presenting a position to the
               appropriate decision-making body.
               3. Research an issue or topic by gathering, recording, evaluating
               and interpreting relevant data.                                                                                                     Field Experiences
               4. Develop a research project and make formal presentations to
               the class and/or community members using:
                   a. Key terms;
                   b. Support for main ideas;
                   c. Examples;
                   d. Statistics and other evidence;                                    Webquests / VFT’s      Literature / Art Connections
                   e. Visual aids;
                   f. Formal citation of sources.
               5. Respond to questions and feedback about presentations
               know ledgeably and civ illy .
               6. Build consensus w ithin a group by:
                   a. Finding points of agreement;
                   b. Identifying points individuals are willing to concede;
                   c. Making sure that all voices are heard;
                   d. Attempting to understand the view of others.
               7. Engage in group w ork on issues-analysis and
               decision-making:
                   a. Identify a problem or dilemma;
                   b. Analyze the interests, values and points of view;
                   c. Identify causes of the problem or dilemma;
                   d. Propose alternative solutions;
                   e. Formulate a position or course of action;
                   f. Evaluate the consequences of the action taken.

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 Pacing
                                  Grade Level Indicator(s)                                                Assessment                                                                              Resources
  and
 Content                                                                                                                                                   Standards-Based          Supportive
                                                                               Unit “Big Idea” Question(s)                                               Writ of Habeas       Bicameral
   Unit 3        Gv11B10. Explain the importance of the privilege of habeas                                                                               Corpus                legislature      * See
    The          corpus and the constitutional prohibitions against bills of   How well do the members of Legislative Branch represent the               Bill of Attainder    House              Resource
 Legislativ e    attainder and ex post facto laws.                             people w ho they serve at each level of government?                       Ex Post Facto Laws   Senate             Guide
   Branch
                                                                                                                                                                              session            Supplement
                 5th Grade Indicators                                                                                                                                         census
Chapter 3.1                                                                                                                                                                   reapportionment
    The
Organi zation    Gv5A1. Explain major responsibilities of each of the three    Suggested Assessment Items                                                                     redistric t
of Congress      branches of the U.S. government:                                                                                                                             gerrymander           Glencoe
                                                                               1. Describe the qualif ications for a Congressman or Senator.                                  at-large             Selections
                       a. The legislative branch, headed by Congress,                                                                                                         censure            from Chapters
  Quarter                passes laws.
   1/3                                                                         2. Describe how congressional apportionment and redis tricting is                              incumbent             5 and 6
                       b. The executive branch, headed by the president,       determined.                                                                                    Constituents
   Month                 carries out and enforces the laws made by Congress.                                                                                                  Caucus
                                                                               3. Evaluate the influence political parties have on the legis lative                           Majority Leader
                       c. The judicial branch, headed by the Supreme Court,    process.                                                                                       Whips
Time Frame             interprets and applies the law.                                                                                                                        Bill
 2-3 Days                                                                      4. Identify the leadership position in both the senate and house,                              Calendars
                                                                               and describe their particular roles.                                                           Quorum
                                                                                                                                                                              President Pro-
                                                                               5. Explain the purpose and function of legislative committees.                                   Tempore
                                                                                                                                                                              Fillibuster
                                                                               6. Compare and contrast the structure and function of the                                      Cloture
                                                                               House of Representatives and Senate.                                                           Standing
                                                                                                                                                                                Committee
                                                                               7. Explain how congressional staffers and support agencies                                     Subcommittee
                                                                               assis t representatives and senators.                                                          Select Committee
                                                                                                                                                                              Joint Committee
                                                                               8. Identify and explain the powers giv en and denied to the                                    Conference
                                                                               Legislative Branch by the United States Constitution.                                            Committee
                                                                                                                                                                              Seniority System
                                                                               9. Explain the importance of the privilege of habeas corpus and                                Personal Staff
                                                                               the constitutional prohibitions against bills of attainder and ex                              Committee Staff
                                                                               post facto laws.                                                                               Administrative
                                                                                                                                                                                Assis tant
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                                                                                          Recommended            Primary & Secondary
                                                                                                                                                     Textbook References / Recommended Activities
  Pacing         Social Studies and other Related Skills                                  Electronic Resources   Resources, DBQ's, and
                                                                                                                                                     and Lessons
                                                                                          and Videos             Literature / Art Connections
                 11th Grade
   Unit 3                                                                                 Video Clips            Primary Resources and Document      Activities
    The          1. Identify a current public policy issue and arguments relative to
                                                                                                                 Based Questions
 Legislativ e    the issue.
  Branch         2. Determine criteria by which arguments will be judged.
                 3. Identify advocacy groups and obtain public policy information
Chapter 3.1      they produce.
    The          4. Adjust a research question or topic based on information
Organi zation    obtained w hile conducting research.
of Congress      5. Choose a position on an issue and develop a rationale for that
                 position.
  Quarter        6. Critique the conclusions drawn from survey and research data
   1/3           by questioning:
                     a. Sample size;
  Month                                                                                                                                              ODE Model Lessons
                     b. Demographics;
                     c. The sponsoring organization;
                     d. Logic of the conclusions reached.
   Time          7. Identify appropriate tools for communicating a position on an
  Frame          issue (e.g., electronic resources, newsletters, letters to the editor,
 2-3 Days        public displays and handouts).
                                                                                                                 Secondary Resources
                 8. Apply the processes of persuasion, compromise and
                 negotiation to the resolution of conflicts and differences.
                                                                                          Websites
                 12th Grade
                 1. Obtain and evaluate information from public records and other
                 resources related to a public policy issue.                                                                                         Culminating Projects
                 2. Construct an action plan for presenting a position to the
                 appropriate decision-making body.
                 3. Research an issue or topic by gathering, recording, evaluating
                 and interpreting relevant data.                                                                                                     Field Experiences
                 4. Develop a research project and make formal presentations to
                 the class and/or community members using:
                     a. Key terms;
                     b. Support for main ideas;
                     c. Examples;
                     d. Statistics and other evidence;                                    Webquests / VFT’s      Literature / Art Connections
                     e. Visual aids;
                     f. Formal citation of sources.
                 5. Respond to questions and feedback about presentations
                 know ledgeably and civ illy .
                 6. Build consensus w ithin a group by:
                     a. Finding points of agreement;
                     b. Identifying points individuals are willing to concede;
                     c. Making sure that all voices are heard;
                     d. Attempting to understand the view of others.
                 7. Engage in group w ork on issues-analysis and
                 decision-making:
                     a. Identify a problem or dilemma;
                     b. Analyze the interests, values and points of view;
                     c. Identify causes of the problem or dilemma;
                     d. Propose alternative solutions;
                     e. Formulate a position or course of action;
                     f. Evaluate the consequences of the action taken.

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                                                                                                                                                                          Vocabulary
  Pacing
                                     Grade Level Indicator(s)                                                 Assessment                                                                              Resources
   and
  Content                                                                                                                                                    Standards-Based          Supportive
                                                                                    Unit “Big Idea” Question(s)                                            Cause-and-Effect      Private Bill
   Unit 3          H12B3. Analyze cause-and-effect relationships and multiple-                                                                               Relationships       Public Bill         * See
    The            causation including the influence of ideas, the role of chance   How well do the members of Legislative Branch represent the            Influence of Ideas    Simple Resolution   Resource
 Legislativ e      and individual and collective action.                            people w ho they serve at each level of government?                    Individual and        Rider               Guide
   Branch
                                                                                                                                                             Collection Action   Veto                Supplement
                   S12B2. Construct an action plan for presenting a position to                                                                            Action Plan           Pocket Veto
Chapter 3.2        the appropriate decision-making body.                                                                                                   Present a Position    Tabling a Bill
   Making
Public Policy -                                                                     Suggested Assessment Items                                             Decision-making       Committee
     The           S12B3. Research an issue or topic by gathering, recording,                                                                                Body                Hearings              Glencoe
 Lawmaking         evaluating and interpreting relevant data.                       1. Construct a flow chart to illustrate the process of how a bill      Research              Floor Debates        Chapter 7
  Process                                                                           becomes a law.                                                         “How a bill           Conference
                   Review of 8th Grade Indicator(s)                                                                                                          becomes a Law”        Committee
  Quarter                                                                           2. Analyze the cause-and-effect relationships, multiple                                      Interest Groups
   1/3             Gv8B8. Describe the process by whic h a bill becomes a law.      causations and terminations during the law making process.                                   Political Action
                                                                                                                                                                                   Committees
   Month                                                                            3. Analyze the influence of ideas, the role of chance, and
                                                                                    individual and collective action on law making process and/or
                                                                                    public policy.
Time Frame
 3-4 Days                                                                           4. Construct an action plan for presenting a position to a
                                                                                    decision making or policy making body (A letter to Congress,
                                                                                    General Assembly, County Commissioners, City Council, or
                                                                                    Tow nship Trustees).

                                                                                    5. Evaluate the importance of committee w ork and action in the
                                                                                    law making process.




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