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  • Prentice Hall United States History, Reconstruction to the Present 2008 Correlated to:

    Pennsylvania Academic Standards for Social Studies: Civics and Government, Economics, Geography, and History

    (Grade 9)

    1 SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher Edition TR = Teaching Resources TECH = Technology

    PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMIC STANDARDS, SOCIAL STUDIES

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    appropriate resource(s)) Academic Standards for Civics and Government 5.1. Principles and Documents of Government 5.1.9. GRADE 9 Pennsylvanias public schools shall teach, challenge and support every student to realize his or her maximum potential and to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to A. Identify and explain the major arguments advanced for the necessity of government.

    SE/TE: 10, 11-12, 14 TR: Chapter1 Teaching Resources, 28, 33; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 3, 4 TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Note Taking Transparencies, 75; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 2; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    B. Describe historical examples of the importance of the rule of law. Sources SE/TE: 10, 11-12, 14, 20, 23, 30, C2-C8, C9,

    C11, C12, C17 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 33, 34; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 3, 4, 5, 6, 203-204; American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD: A New Constitution; Note Taking Transparencies, 75; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 2, 3; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Purposes SE/TE: 10, 19, 20, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30, C11, C12, C17-C20 TR: Chapter 1Teaching Resources, 19-22, 34; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 5, 6, 203-204; American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD: A New Constitution; Note Taking Transparencies, 75; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 2, 3; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

  • Prentice Hall United States History, Reconstruction to the Present 2008 Correlated to:

    Pennsylvania Academic Standards for Social Studies: Civics and Government, Economics, Geography, and History

    (Grade 9)

    2 SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher Edition TR = Teaching Resources TECH = Technology

    PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMIC STANDARDS, SOCIAL STUDIES

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    appropriate resource(s)) Functions SE/TE: 10, 15-16, 19, 20, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30,

    C2-C8, C9, C17-C27, 89, 338, 536, 714-716, 717, 718, 735 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 14, 19-22, 33, 34; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 3, 4, 5, 6, 176, 177, 203-204; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD (A New Constitution; The Watergate Tapes); Color Transparencies: The Watergate Scandal; Note Taking Transparencies, 75; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 2, 3; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    C. Analyze the principles and ideals that shape government. Constitutional government SE/TE: 10, 15-20, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30, C1-C27

    TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 19-20, 34; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 5, 6, 203-204; American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD: A New Constitution; Note Taking Transparencies, 75; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 2, 3; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Liberal democracy SE/TE: 10 TR: American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Note Taking Transparencies, 75; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 2; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

  • Prentice Hall United States History, Reconstruction to the Present 2008 Correlated to:

    Pennsylvania Academic Standards for Social Studies: Civics and Government, Economics, Geography, and History

    (Grade 9)

    3 SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher Edition TR = Teaching Resources TECH = Technology

    PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMIC STANDARDS, SOCIAL STUDIES

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    appropriate resource(s)) Classical republicanism SE/TE: 10

    TR: American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Note Taking Transparencies, 75; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 2; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Federalism SE/TE: 17-18, 20, 22, 23, 27, 28, C7-C10, 69 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 13-14, 34; Chapter 3 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 5, 6, 203-204; American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD: A New Constitution; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 3; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    D. Interpret significant changes in the basic documents shaping the government of Pennsylvania. The Great Law of 1682 N/A Constitution of 1776 SE/TE: 15

    TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 34; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 5, 6; American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 3; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Constitution of 1790 N/A Constitution of 1838 N/A Constitution of 1874 N/A Constitution of 1968 N/A

    E. Analyze the basic documents shaping the government of the United States.

  • Prentice Hall United States History, Reconstruction to the Present 2008 Correlated to:

    Pennsylvania Academic Standards for Social Studies: Civics and Government, Economics, Geography, and History

    (Grade 9)

    4 SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher Edition TR = Teaching Resources TECH = Technology

    PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMIC STANDARDS, SOCIAL STUDIES

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    appropriate resource(s)) Magna Carta SE/TE: 10, 11, 12, 14

    TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 12, 33; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 3, 4; American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 2; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    English Bill of Rights SE/TE: 10, 11, 12, 14 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 12, 33; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 3, 4 TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 2; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Mayflower Compact SE/TE: 11, 14, 837 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 2, 33; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 3, 4; American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 2; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Articles of Confederation SE/TE: 16, 20, 30 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 12, 34; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 5, 6; American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 3; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

  • Prentice Hall United States History, Reconstruction to the Present 2008 Correlated to:

    Pennsylvania Academic Standards for Social Studies: Civics and Government, Economics, Geography, and History

    (Grade 9)

    5 SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher Edition TR = Teaching Resources TECH = Technology

    PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMIC STANDARDS, SOCIAL STUDIES

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    appropriate resource(s)) Declaration of Independence SE/TE: 14, 30, D1-D4, 839

    TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 12, 33; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 3, 4 TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 2; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Federalist papers SE/TE: 17-18, 20, 840 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 12, 34; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 5, 6 TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Note Taking Transparencies, 76B; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 3; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Anti-federalist writings SE/TE: 18, 20, 30 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 12, 34; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 3, 4 TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Note Taking Transparencies, 76B; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 3; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    United States Constitution SE/TE: SH9, 15, 19, 20, 28, 29, 30, 31, 41, C11-C27 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 12, 34; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 5, 6, 203-204; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep With Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD: A New Constitution; Color Transparencies: The Constitutional Convention; Note Taking Transparencies, 76B; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress

  • Prentice Hall United States History, Reconstruction to the Present 2008 Correlated to:

    Pennsylvania Academic Standards for Social Studies: Civics and Government, Economics, Geography, and History

    (Grade 9)

    6 SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher Edition TR = Teaching Resources TECH = Technology

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    United States Constitution (Continued)

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    F. Contrast the individual rights created by the Pennsylvania Constitution and those created by the Constitution of the United States.

    SE/TE: SH9, 15, 16, 19, 20, 28, 29, 30, 31, C17-C19 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 12, 34; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 5, 6, 203-204; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep With Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD: A New Constitution; Color Transparencies: The Constitutional Convention; Note Taking Transparencies, 76B; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 3; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    G. Describe the procedures for proper uses, display and respect for the United States Flag as per the National Flag Code.

    N/A

    H. Explain and interpret the roles of framers of basic documents of government from a national and Pennsylvania perspective.

    SE/TE: 14, 15, 17-18, 20, 29, 30, 31, D4, 837-840 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 12, 33, 34; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 3, 4, 5, 6; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep With Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD: A New Constitution; Color Transparencies: The Constitutional Convention; Note Taking Transparencies, 76B; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 3; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    I. Explain the essential characteristics of limited and unlimited governments and explain the advantages and disadvantages of systems of government.

    Confederal SE/TE: 15-20, 30 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 12, 34; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 5, 6; American Issues Connector Study Guide

  • Prentice Hall United States History, Reconstruction to the Present 2008 Correlated to:

    Pennsylvania Academic Standards for Social Studies: Civics and Government, Economics, Geography, and History

    (Grade 9)

    7 SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher Edition TR = Teaching Resources TECH = Technology

    PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMIC STANDARDS, SOCIAL STUDIES

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    appropriate resource(s)) (Continued)

    Confederal (Continued)

    TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 3; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Federal SE/TE: 15-20, 30, 69 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 12, 34; Chapter 3 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 5, 6; American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD: A New Constitution; Color Transparencies: The Constitutional Convention; Note Taking Transparencies, 76B; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 3; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Unitary N/A J. Explain how law protects individual rights and the common good.

    SE/TE: 18, 19, 20, 30, 28, 29, 30, 31, 41, 165, 300, 479, 536, 588, 603, 628, 637, 726, 794, 826-827 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 12, 19-22, 23, 34; Chapter 2 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 10 Teaching Resources, 21; Chapter 15 Teaching Resources, 18; Chapter 16 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 18 Teaching Resources, 14-17, 19; Chapter 19 Teaching Resources, 21, 23; Chapter 22 Teaching Resources, 17; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 5, 6; American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD: A New Constitution; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 3; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    K. Explain why symbols and holidays were created and the ideals they commemorate.

    SE/TE: 851 TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM;

  • Prentice Hall United States History, Reconstruction to the Present 2008 Correlated to:

    Pennsylvania Academic Standards for Social Studies: Civics and Government, Economics, Geography, and History

    (Grade 9)

    8 SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher Edition TR = Teaching Resources TECH = Technology

    PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMIC STANDARDS, SOCIAL STUDIES

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    appropriate resource(s)) L. Interpret Pennsylvania and United States court decisions that have impacted the principles and ideals of government.

    SE/TE: 69, 89, 192, 300, 479, 588, 628, 635-636, 637, 718, 726, 826-835 TR: Chapter 3 Teaching Resources, 15-18, 19-22; Chapter 7 Teaching Resources, 20; Chapter 10 Teaching Resources, 21; Chapter 15 Teaching Resources, 18; Chapter 18 Teaching Resources, 19; Chapter 19 Teaching Resources, 21, 23, 26; Chapter 22 Teaching Resources, 14, 17; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 155, 156, 235-236; American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    M. Interpret the impact of famous speeches and writings on civic life (e.g., The Gospel of Wealth, Declaration of Sentiments).

    SE/TE: 47, 50-51, 52, 109, 113, 220, 229, 304-305, 310, 337, 359, 389, 402, 451, 511, 517, 597, 609, 618, 660, 689, 691, 750, 785, 836-856; Document-Based Assessment: 31, 63, 95, 125, 153, 181, 207, 247, 279, 319, 363, 393, 431, 463, 507, 543, 575, 613, 641, 679, 707, 735, 765, 799; TR: Reading and Note Taking Study Guide; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep With Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CDs, Witness History DVDs; Note Taking Transparencies; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    5.2 Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship 5.2.9. GRADE 9 Pennsylvanias public schools shall teach, challenge and support every student to realize his or her maximum potential and to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to A. Contrast the essential rights and responsibilities of citizens in systems of government.

    Autocracy SE/TE: 436-439, 442, 462 TR: Chapter 14 Teaching Resources, 11, 19; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide,; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment

  • Prentice Hall United States History, Reconstruction to the Present 2008 Correlated to:

    Pennsylvania Academic Standards for Social Studies: Civics and Government, Economics, Geography, and History

    (Grade 9)

    9 SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher Edition TR = Teaching Resources TECH = Technology

    PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMIC STANDARDS, SOCIAL STUDIES

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    appropriate resource(s)) (Continued)

    Autocracy (Continued)

    TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CDs (A Rendezvous With Destiny; Hitlers Brutal Determination; Color Transparencies: The Nazi Party; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies ; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Democracy SE/TE: 10, 603, 702, 794 TR: Chapter 18 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 21 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep With Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CDs, Witness History DVDs; Note Taking Transparencies, 75; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Oligarchy N/A Republic SE/TE: 10, 603, 702, 794

    TR: Chapter 18 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 21 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep With Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CDs, Witness History DVDs; Note Taking Transparencies, 75; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

  • Prentice Hall United States History, Reconstruction to the Present 2008 Correlated to:

    Pennsylvania Academic Standards for Social Studies: Civics and Government, Economics, Geography, and History

    (Grade 9)

    10 SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher Edition TR = Teaching Resources TECH = Technology

    PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMIC STANDARDS, SOCIAL STUDIES

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    appropriate resource(s)) B. Analyze citizens rights and responsibilities in local, state and national government.

    SE/TE: 10, 19, 26, 603, 702, 794 TR: Chapter1 Teaching Resources, 19-22, 23-26; Chapter 18 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 21 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep With Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CDs, Witness History DVDs; Note Taking Transparencies; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    C. Analyze skills used to resolve conflicts in society and government.

    SE/TE: 18, 19, 26, 30, 47, 165, 181, 188-189, 190, 192, 227, 229, 264, 274, 288, 290, 295, 308, 309, 319, 337, 392, 402, 429, 460-461, 470, 479, 490, 494, 504-505, 506, 507, 511, 515, 522, 534, 540-541, 542, 543, 586, 591, 606, 610-611, 612, 613, 618, 631, 640, 652, 660, 661, 670, 678, 689, 702, 704-705, 705, 706, 730, 732-733, 735, 762, 763, 780-782, 783-790 TE: T22, T54, T86, T126 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 19-22, 23-26; Chapter 6 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 7 Teaching Resources, 11, 14-17, 20; Chapter 8 Teaching Resources, 16-19; Chapter 10 Teaching Resources, 12, 15-18, 22, 23; Chapter 15 Teaching Resources, 18; Chapter 19 Teaching Resources, 14-17, 19; Chapter 20 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 21 Teaching Resources, 15-18, 21; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 21, 23, 27, 28; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 78, 79, 195, 196, 197, 198; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep With Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Geography Interactive; Witness History Audio CDs; Color Transparencies (Women Seek Equality; Organizing for Civil Rights; Dividing Germany; The March on Washington; The Equal Rights Amendment; The Latino Movement; Camp David Accords; The Election of 2000); Witness History DVDs (The Struggle Over Slavery; A Clash of Cultures; The Cuban Missile Crisis; The War on Terrorism); Note Taking

  • Prentice Hall United States History, Reconstruction to the Present 2008 Correlated to:

    Pennsylvania Academic Standards for Social Studies: Civics and Government, Economics, Geography, and History

    (Grade 9)

    11 SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher Edition TR = Teaching Resources TECH = Technology

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    C. Analyze skills used to resolve conflicts in society and government.

    (Continued) Transparencies, 7B, 8B, 76B, 101, 119A; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 147, 148; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    D. Analyze political leadership and public service in a republican form of government.

    SE/TE: 10, 17, 22, 26, 42, 56, 59, 78, 84, 168, 186, 191, 203, 269, 302, 306, 310, 385, 413, 451, 483, 501, 538, 583, 632-633, 635, 654, 673, 729, 743, 747, 750, 761, 789, 795, 841 TR: Reading and Note Taking Study Guide; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep With Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CDs, Witness History DVDs; Note Taking Transparencies; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    E. Explain the importance of the political process to competent and responsible participation in civic life.

    SE/TE: 26, 783-784 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 23-26; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 23, 28 Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 197, 198; American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; History Interactive; Color Transparencies: The Election of 2000; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies 148; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    F. Analyze the consequences of violating laws of Pennsylvania compared to those of the United States.

    N/A

    G. Analyze political and civic participation in government and society.

    SE/TE: 10, 26, 603, 661, 702, 783-784, 794 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 23-26; Chapter 18 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 21 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 15-18, 23, 28; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep With Document-Based Assessment

  • Prentice Hall United States History, Reconstruction to the Present 2008 Correlated to:

    Pennsylvania Academic Standards for Social Studies: Civics and Government, Economics, Geography, and History

    (Grade 9)

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    G. Analyze political and civic participation in government and society.

    (Continued) TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Color Transparencies: The Election of 2000; Witness History Audio CDs, A Two-Term presidency; Witness History DVDs; Note Taking Transparencies; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    5.3. How Government Works 5.3.9. GRADE 9 Pennsylvanias public schools shall teach, challenge and support every student to realize his or her maximum potential and to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to A. Explain the structure, organization and operation of the local, state, and national governments including domestic and national policy-making.

    SE/TE: 19, 20, 28, 29, C2-C16, 69, 89, 165, 190, 192, 338, 417, 479, 536, 603, 726, 794 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 15-18, 34, 19-22; Chapter 2 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 3 Teaching Resources, 19-22; Chapter 5 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 7 Teaching Resources, 14-17, 20; Chapter 11 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 13 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 15 Teaching Resources, 18; Chapter 16 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 18 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 22 Teaching Resources, 17; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 5, 6, 203, 204; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; History Interactive; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 3; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

  • Prentice Hall United States History, Reconstruction to the Present 2008 Correlated to:

    Pennsylvania Academic Standards for Social Studies: Civics and Government, Economics, Geography, and History

    (Grade 9)

    13 SE = Student Edition TE = Teacher Edition TR = Teaching Resources TECH = Technology

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    appropriate resource(s)) B. Compare the responsibilities and powers of the three branches within the national government.

    SE/TE: 28, C2-C14, 69, 89, 190, 338, 417, 479, 536, 603, 718, 794 TE: T34 TR: Chapter 2 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 3 Teaching Resources, 19-22; Chapter 7 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 11 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 13 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 15 Teaching Resources, 18; Chapter 16 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 18 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 22 Teaching Resources, 17; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 15-18; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Note Taking Transparencies; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 3; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    C. Explain how a bill becomes a law on a federal, state, and local level.

    SE/TE: C5-C6 TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    D. Explain how independent government agencies create, amend and enforce regulatory policies. Local (e.g., Zoning Board) N/A State (e.g., Pennsylvania Public Utility

    Commission) N/A

    National (e.g., Federal Communications Commission)

    SE/TE: 236, 241-242, 243, 370-371, 399-401, 405-407, 409, 416-421, 431, 529, 553, 625, 638, 700, 703, 722, 746, 749, 823 TR: Chapter 8 Teaching Resources, 24, 30; Chapter 12 Teaching Resources, 11, 18; Chapter 13 Teaching Resources, 15-18, 20, 21, 25, 26; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 60-61, 62, 63-64, 94-95, 96, 103, 104, 105, 106, 138, 139, 152-153, 154, 174, 175, 184, 185; Chapter 17 Teaching Resources, 12, 21; Chapter 19 Teaching Resources, 11, 20, 25; Chapter 21 Teaching Resources, 27; Chapter 23 Teaching Resources, 16; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment

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    National (e.g., Federal Communications Commission)

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    E. Explain how citizens participate in choosing their leaders through political parties, campaigns and elections.

    SE/TE: 26, 740-744, 763, 764, 774, 790, 799 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 23-26; Chapter 23 Teaching Resources, 12, 15, 21; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 23, 26, 28; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 182, 183, 193, 194, 195, 196, 205-206; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD: Backlash Against Liberal Programs; Color Transparencies: Winning the South; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 141, 146, 147; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    F. Explain the election process. Voter registration N/A Primary Elections SE/TE: 218-219, 244

    TR: Chapter 8 Teaching Resources, 13, 26; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 54, 55; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 82; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Caucuses N/A Political party conventions N/A

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    appropriate resource(s)) General Elections SE/TE: 26, 774, 783-784, 790, 799

    TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 23-26; Chapter 23 Teaching Resources, 12, 15, 21; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 23, 26, 28; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 182, 183, 193, 194, 195, 196, 205-206; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD: Backlash Against Liberal Programs; Color Transparencies: Winning the South; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 141, 146, 147; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Electoral College SE/TE: 193-194, 241, 784, 790 TR: Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 28; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 51, 64, 198; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM

    G. Explain how the government protects individual rights. Equal protection SE/TE: 19, C21

    TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 19-22; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 203-204; American Issues Connector Study Guide; TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, ; Progress Monitoring Online

    Habeas Corpus SE/TE: 83-84, 86, 536, 541 TR: Chapter 3 Teaching Resources, 31; Chapter 16 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 25, 26, 231-232; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD; Color Transparencies; Witness History DVDs; Note Taking Transparencies; Note Taking

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    Habeas Corpus (Continued)

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    Right Against Self Incrimination SE/TE: C18, 637 TR: Chapter 19 Teaching Resources, 23; American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Double Jeopardy SE/TE: C18 TR: American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online

    Right of Appeal SE/TE: C18, C19 TR: American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online

    Due Process SE/TE: C18, 637 TR: Chapter 19 Teaching Resources, 23; American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    H. Analyze how interest groups provide opportunities for citizens to participate in the political process.

    SE/TE: 224-225, 417, 598-599; 686-690, 692-697, 698-700, 703, 704, 705, 706, 741-743, 744 TR: Chapter 8 Teaching Resources, 21; Chapter 13 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 21 Teaching Resources, 12, 21, 25, 26, 27; Chapter 23 Teaching Resources, 12, 15, 21; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 170, 171, 172, 173,

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    H. Analyze how interest groups provide opportunities for citizens to participate in the political process.

    (Continued) 174, 175, 229-230; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD: Challenging a Stereotype; Color Transparencies: the Latino Movement; Note Taking Transparencies, 145; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 135, 136, 137, 141; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    I. Analyze how and why government raises money to pay for its operation and services.

    SE/TE: 818, 821, 822 TR: American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, ; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    J. Analyze the importance of freedom of the press.

    SE/TE: 290, 455, 478, 496-497, 667, 713-714, 799 TR: Reading and Note Taking Study Guide; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History DVDs; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    K. Identify and explain systems of government. Autocracy SE/TE: 436-439, 442, 462

    TR: Chapter 14 Teaching Resources, 11, 19; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide,; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CDs (A Rendezvous With Destiny; Hitlers Brutal Determination; Color Transparencies: The Nazi Party; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading

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    Autocracy (Continued)

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    Democracy SE/TE: 10, 603, 702, 794 TR: Chapter 18 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 21 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep With Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CDs, Witness History DVDs; Note Taking Transparencies, 75; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Oligarchy N/A Republic SE/TE: 10, 603, 702, 794

    TR: Chapter 18 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 21 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep With Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CDs, Witness History DVDs; Note Taking Transparencies, 75; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    5.4. How International Relationships Function 5.4.9. GRADE 9 Pennsylvanias public schools shall teach, challenge and support every student to realize his or her maximum potential and to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to A. Explain how the United States is affected by policies of nation-states, governmental and non-governmental organizations.

    SE/TE: 338, 501-503, 505, 506, 670, 757-761, 763, 764, 770, 772, 778-782, 786-789, 790, 791-792, 795, 796, 797, 798 TE: T123, T126 TR: Chapter 11 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 15 Teaching Resources, 27; Chapter 20 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 23

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    A. Explain how the United States is affected by policies of nation-states, governmental and non-governmental organizations.

    (Continued) Teaching Resources, 20, 24; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 12, 19, 25, 28; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 125, 126, 189, 190, 191, 192, 195, 196, 197, 198; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD (A New World Order; Calling for a Shared Future; Finding the American Dream); Color Transparencies; Witness History DVD: The War on Terrorism; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 114, 144, 145, 147, 148, 149; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    B. Explain the role of the United States in world affairs.

    SE/TE: 116, 338, 670, 757-761, 763, 764, 770, 772, 778-782, 786-789, 790, 791-792, 795, 796, 797, 798 TE: T123, T126 TR: Chapter 4 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 11 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 20 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 23 Teaching Resources, 20, 24; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 12, 19, 25, 28; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 189, 190, 191, 192, 195, 196, 197, 198; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD (A New World Order; Calling for a Shared Future; Finding the American Dream); Color Transparencies; Witness History DVD: The War on Terrorism; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 144, 145, 147, 148, 149; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

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    appropriate resource(s)) C. Explain the effects United States political ideas have had on other nations.

    SE/TE: 670 TR: Chapter 20 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 237-238; American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    D. Contrast how the three branches of federal government function in foreign policy.

    SE/TE: C8, C11-C12, 670, 757-761, 763, 764, 770, 772, 778-782, 786-789, 790, 791-792, 795, 796, 797, 798 TE: T123, T126 TR: Chapter 20 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 23 Teaching Resources, 20, 24; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 12, 19, 25, 28; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 189, 190, 191, 192, 195, 196, 197, 198; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD (A New World Order; Calling for a Shared Future; Finding the American Dream); Color Transparencies; Witness History DVD: The War on Terrorism; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 144, 145, 147, 148, 149; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    E. Explain the development and the role of the United Nations and other international organizations, both governmental and non-governmental.

    SE/TE: 7, 333, 334, 501-502, 503, 505, 506, 516, 759, 779-781, 782 TR: Skills Handbook, 26; Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 11 Teaching Resources, 12, 26; Chapter 15 Teaching Resources, 27; Chapter 16 Teaching Resources, 12, 19, 25;Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 17; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 86, 126, 129, 196; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Student Express CD-ROM; Witness History Audio CD: Calling for a Shared Future; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress

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    E. Explain the development and the role of the United Nations and other international organizations, both governmental and non-governmental.

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    Academic Standards for Economics 6.1. Economic Systems 6.1.9. GRADE 9 Pennsylvanias public schools shall teach, challenge and support every student to realize his or her maximum potential and to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to A. Analyze the similarities and differences in economic systems.

    SE/TE: 100-102, 106, 110-111, 123, 124, 125, 417, 769, 770-772, 798, 817, 818 TR: Chapter 4 Teaching Resources, 11, 18, 23, 24; Chapter 13 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 19 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 12, 19, 25; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 29, 30, 31, 32, 191, 192; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep With Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD From Rags to Riches; A Young Entrepreneur; Color Transparencies, Industry in the United States; Note Taking Transparencies, 149; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 70, 71; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    B. Explain how traditional, command and market economies answer the basic economic questions.

    SE/TE: 110-111, 816, 817 TR: Reading and Note Taking Study Guide; TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    C. Explain how economic indicators reflect changes in the economy. Consumer Price Index (CPI) TE: 819

    TR: Reading and Note Taking Study Guide; TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

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    appropriate resource(s)) Gross Domestic Product (GDP) SE/TE: 325, 819, 821

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    Unemployment rate SE/TE: 375, 392, 411, 711 TR: Reading and Note Taking Study Guide; TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Note Taking Transparencies, 105, 142A; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    D. Describe historical examples of expansion, recession and depression in the United States.

    SE/TE: 53-54, 58-59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 160-168, 169-176, 178, 179, 180, 181, 250-255, 261-262, 264-265, 276, 277, 278, 279, 364-365, 366-372, 373-381, 382-383, 384-388, 389, 390, 391, 392, 394-395, 396-403, 404-411, 412-421, 422-426, 427, 428, 429, 430, 431, 711-712, 717, 720, 721-722, 732, 734, 745-746, 749, 762, 763, 764, 765, 773-774, 777 TE: T38, T78, T79, T82, T83 TR: Chapter 2 Teaching Resources, 30; Chapter 6 Teaching Resources, 14-17, 19, 21, 23, 24; Chapter 9 Teaching Resources, 12, 15-18, 22, 25; Chapter 12 Teaching Resources, 7-8, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20; Chapter 13 Teaching Resources, 12, 15-18, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27; Chapter 22 Teaching Resources, 10, 19, 20; Chapter 23 Teaching Resources, 12, 22; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 20, 26; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 19, 20, 43-44, 45, 46, 47, 65, 66, 68, 70, 94-95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 176, 177, 178, 179, 184, 185, 193, 194, 217-218, 223-224; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep With Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Geography Interactive; Witness History Audio CDs (A Pioneer Woman Heads West; America Eyes Hawaii; The Depression Descends on America; Stock Market Prosperity; Riding the Rails; Rugged Individualism; A New Beginning; Overcoming Fear; Trying to Survive; The Caring

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    D. Describe historical examples of expansion, recession and depression in the United States.

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    6.2. Markets and the Functions of Governments 6.2.9. GRADE 9 Pennsylvanias public schools shall teach, challenge and support every student to realize his or her maximum potential and to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to A. Explain the flow of goods, services and resources in a mixed economy.

    SE/TE: 817 TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, ; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    B. Analyze how the number of consumers and producers affects the level of competition within a market.

    SE/TE: 816, 817, 820 TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, ; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    C. Explain the structure and purpose of the Federal Reserve System.

    SE/TE: 241-242, 246, 247, 370-371, 721-722, 746, 749, 818, 820, 822-823 TR: Chapter 8 Teaching Resources, 13, 30; Chapter 12 Teaching Resources, 11, 15, 18; Chapter 22, Teaching Resources, 10; Chapter 23 Teaching Resources, 12, 22; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 63, 64, 94-95, 96, 178, 179; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment

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    C. Explain the structure and purpose of the Federal Reserve System.

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    D. Analyze the functions of economic institutions (e.g., corporations, not-for-profit institutions).

    SE/TE: 110-111, 717, 818 TR: Chapter 4 Teaching Resources, 11; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 12, 19; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 31, 32, 191, 192; American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 145; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    E. Explain the laws of supply and demand and how these affect the prices of goods and services.

    SE/TE: 548-549, 574, 816, 818, 819, 820 TR: Chapter 17 Teaching Resources, 12, 20; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 136, 137; American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Note Taking Transparencies, 123; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 119; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    F. Analyze how competition among producers and consumers affects price, costs, product quality, service, product design, variety and advertising.

    SE/TE: 548-549, 574, 816, 818, 819, 820 TR: Chapter 17 Teaching Resources, 12, 20; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 136, 137; American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Note Taking Transparencies, 123; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 119; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

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    appropriate resource(s)) G. Contrast the largest sources of tax revenue with where most tax revenue is spent in Pennsylvania.

    N/A

    H. Analyze the economic roles of governments in market economies. Economic growth and stability SE/TE: 247, 765, 816, 817, 818, 819, 820,

    821, 824-825 TR: American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep With Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Legal frameworks SE/TE: 817, 818, 822, 823, 824 TR: American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Other economic goals (e.g., environmental protection, competition)

    SE/TE: 165, 696-697, 700-701, 703, 704, 705, 706, 702, 817, 818, 821, 822, 823, 824-825 TE: T114 TR: Chapter 6 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 21 Teaching Resources, 12, 15-18, 23, 26, 27; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 173, 174, 175, 176; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD: An Environmental Wake-up Call; ; Color Transparencies: Three Mile Island; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 136, 137; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    I. Explain how government provides public goods.

    SE/TE: 165, 181, 417, 431, 702, 816, 817, 818, 821 TR: Chapter 6 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 13 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 21 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment

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    I. Explain how government provides public goods.

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    J. Contrast the taxation policies of the local, state and national governments in the economy.

    N/A

    K. Interpret how media reports can influence perceptions of the costs and benefits of decisions.

    SE/TE: 563, 564, 565, 572, 573, 574, 770-772, 797, 798, 799, 820 TR: Chapter 17 Teaching Resources, 18, 22; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 12, 19, 25; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 140, 141, 191, 192; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD: A Young Entrepreneur; Color Transparencies: Television and the American Family; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 121, 145; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    L. Explain how the price of one currency is related to the price of another currency (e.g., Japanese yen in American dollar, Canadian dollar in Mexican nuevo peso).

    SE/TE: N/A

    6.3. Scarcity and Choice 6.3.9. GRADE 9 Pennsylvanias public schools shall teach, challenge and support every student to realize his or her maximum potential and to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to A. Describe ways to deal with scarcity.

    Community SE/TE: 293-294, 295, 299, 480-481 TE: T70 TR: Chapter 12 Teaching Resources, 16, 19; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 97, 98; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; History Interactive; Witness History

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    Community (Continued)

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    Pennsylvania SE/TE:, 480-481 TE: T70 TR: American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD (Supporting the War; Rosie the Riveter); Color Transparencies (Supporting the War; The Great Migration; Victory Gardens); Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    United States SE/TE: 84, 92, 93, 95, 293-294, 295, 299, 318, 378-380, 381, 391, 392, 393, 477-478, 480-481, 506 TE: T70 TR: Chapter 3 Teaching Resources, 27, 31; Chapter 10 Teaching Resources, 27; Chapter 12 Teaching Resources, 16, 19; Chapter 15 Teaching Resources, 24; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 25, 26, 76, 77, 97, 98, 118, 119; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD: Supporting the War; Color Transparencies (Supporting the War; The Dust Bowl; The Great Migration); Witness History DVD: The Dust Bowl; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 92, 101, 111; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

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    appropriate resource(s)) B. Analyze how unlimited wants and limited resources affect decision- making.

    SE/TE: SH28, 820 TR: Skills Handbook, 33 TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    C. Explain how resources can be used in different ways to produce different goods and services.

    SE/TE: 293-294, 295, 299, 318, 477-478, 480-481, 505, 506, 811, 816, 822 TE: T70 TR: Chapter 10 Teaching Resources, 27; Chapter 15 Teaching Resources, 24; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 76, 77, 118, 119; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD (Supporting the War; Rosie the Riveter); Color Transparencies (Supporting the War; The Great Migration; Victory Gardens); Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 92, 111; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM TR: Skills Handbook, 27 TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    D. Explain marginal analysis and decision-making.

    SE/TE: SH28, 820 TR: Skills Handbook, 33 TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    E. Explain the opportunity cost of a public choice from different perspectives.

    SE/TE: 820 TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

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    appropriate resource(s)) F. Explain how incentives affect the behaviors of workers, savers, consumers and producers.

    SE/TE: SH28, 816, 818, 820 TR: Skills Handbook, 33 TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    6.4. Economic Interdependence 6.4.9. GRADE 9 Pennsylvanias public schools shall teach, challenge and support every student to realize his or her maximum potential and to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to A. Explain why specialization may lead to increased production and consumption.

    SE/TE: 768-772, 778-779, 782, 796, 797, 798, 824-825 TR: Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 12, 25, 27; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 191, 192, 195, 196; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD (A Young Entrepreneur; Calling for a Shared Future); Color Transparencies: New Medical Technology; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 145, 147; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    B. Explain how trade may improve a society's standard of living.

    SE/TE: 7, 768-772, 778-779, 782, 796, 797, 798, 824-825 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 12, 25, 27; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 191, 192, 195, 196, 201-202; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD (A Young Entrepreneur; Calling for a Shared Future); Color Transparencies: New Medical Technology; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 145, 147; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

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    appropriate resource(s)) C. Explain why governments sometimes restrict or subsidize trade.

    SE/TE: 7, 778-779, 782, 796, 797, 824-825 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 27; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 195, 196, 201-202; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD: Calling for a Shared Future; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 147; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    D. Explain how the locations of resources, transportation and communication networks, and technology have affected United States economic patterns.

    Labor markets (e.g., migrant workers) SE/TE: 693-695, 697, 706 TR: Chapter 21 Teaching Resources, 22, 26; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 172, 173; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Color Transparencies: The Latino Movement; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 136; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Interstate highway system and sea and inland ports (e.g., movement of goods)

    SE/TE: 551, 554-555, 559, 575, 806, 807 TR: Skills Handbook, 27; Chapter 17 Teaching Resources, 12, 17, 21; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 138, 139; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; Color Transparencies: The Interstate Highway System; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 120; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

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    appropriate resource(s)) Communication technologies (e.g.,

    facsimile transmission, satellite-based communications)

    SE/TE: 768-772, 796, 797, 798 TR: Chapter 4 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 12, 19, 25; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 191, 192, 213-214; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD: A Young Entrepreneur; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 145; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    E. Analyze how Pennsylvania consumers and producers participate in the global production and consumption of goods or services.

    SE/TE: 7, 768-772, 778-779, 782, 796, 797, 798, 824-825 TR: Chapter 1 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 12, 25, 27; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 191, 192, 195, 196, 201-202; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD (A Young Entrepreneur; Calling for a Shared Future); Color Transparencies: New Medical Technology; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 145, 147; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    F. Explain how opportunity cost can be used to determine the product for which a nation has a comparative advantage.

    SE/TE: 820, 824-825 TR: American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Student Express CD-ROM; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    G. Describe geographic patterns of economic activities in the United States. Primary extractive industries (i.e.,

    farming, fishing, forestry, mining) SE: 810, 811 TR: Skills Handbook, 27 TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; Student Express CD-ROM; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM

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    appropriate resource(s)) Secondary materials processing

    industries (i.e., manufacturing) SE/TE: 769, 770, 772, 798 TR: Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 12, 25; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 191, 192; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 145; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Tertiary service industries (e.g., retailing, wholesaling, finance, real estate, travel and tourism, transportation)

    SE/TE: 557-558, 559, 574, 769, 771-772, 796, 797, 798 TR: Chapter 17 Teaching Resources, 21; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 12, 25; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 138, 139, 191, 192; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD: A Young Entrepreneur; Color Transparencies: New Medical Technology; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 120, 145; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    6.5. Work and Earnings 6.5.9. GRADE 9 Pennsylvanias public schools shall teach, challenge and support every student to realize his or her maximum potential and to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to A. Define wages and explain how wages are determined by the supply of and demand for workers.

    SE/TE: 114-115, 117-121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 190, 624, 631, 693-694, 697, 772, 793, 794, 795 TR: Chapter 4 Teaching Resources, 22, 25; Chapter 7 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 19 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 21 Teaching Resources, 22, 26; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 15-18, 29; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 33, 34, 172, 173, 200, 219-220, 235-236, 241-242; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD: Finding the American Dream; Color Transparencies: The Latino

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    A. Define wages and explain how wages are determined by the supply of and demand for workers.

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    B. Describe how productivity is measured and identify ways in which a person can improve his or her productivity.

    SE/TE: 190, 324, 327, 329, 363, 368-369, 794, 818, 817, 822 TR: Chapter 7 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Chapter 11 Teaching Resources, 19, 25; Chapter 12 Teaching Resources, 11, 18; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 15-18; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 83, 84, 96, 219-220, 241-242; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; History Interactive; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 95, 100; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    C. Identify and explain the characteristics of the three types of businesses. Sole proprietorship N/A Partnership N/A Corporation SE/TE: 107-109, 110-111, 112, 123, 124, 558,

    559, 768-769, 770, 772, 798 TR: Chapter 4 Teaching Resources, 11, 24; Chapter 17 Teaching Resources, 12, 21; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 12, 25; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 31, 32, 138, 139, 191, 192; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD; Color Transparencies; Witness History DVDs; Note Taking Transparencies; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 71, 120, 145; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

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    appropriate resource(s)) D. Analyze how risks influence business decision-making.

    SE/TE: 816, 818, 820 TR: American Issues Connector Study Guide TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Student Express CD-ROM; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    E. Define wealth and describe its distribution within and among the political divisions of the United States.

    SE/TE: 113, 123, 124, 190, 368-369, 372, 631 TE: 817 TR: Chapter 7 Teaching Resources,14-17 ; Chapter 12 Teaching Resources, 11, 18; Chapter 19 Teaching Resources, 14-17; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 94-95, 96, 219-220, 235-236; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 100; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    F. Identify leading entrepreneurs in Pennsylvania and the United States and describe the risks they took and the rewards they received.

    SE/TE: 107-112, 113, 122, 123, 124, 324-327, 329, 361, 363, 368, 371, 558, 559, 574, 768-769, 797 TE: T46 TR: Chapter 4 Teaching Resources, 11, 19, 24; Chapter 11 Teaching Resources, 19, 25; Chapter 17 Teaching Resources, 20; Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 31, 32, 83, 84, 137, 191, 192; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; History Interactive; Witness History Audio CD (From Rags to Riches; A Young Entrepreneur); Color Transparencies: Robber Barons; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 71, 95, 145; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    G. Explain the differences among stocks, bonds and mutual funds.

    N/A

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    appropriate resource(s)) H. Explain the impact of higher or lower interest rates for savers, borrowers, consumers and producers.

    SE/TE: 241-242, 246, 247, 370-371, 721-722, 746, 749, 818, 820, 822-823 TR: Chapter 8 Teaching Resources, 13, 30; Chapter 12 Teaching Resources, 11, 15, 18; Chapter 22, Teaching Resources, 10; Chapter 23 Teaching Resources, 12, 22; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide, 63, 64, 94-95, 96, 178, 179; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, 86, 100, 139, 141; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Academic Standards for Geography 7.1. Basic Geographic Literacy 7.1.9. GRADE 9 Pennsylvanias public schools shall teach, challenge and support every student to realize his or her maximum potential and to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to. . . A. Explain geographic tools and their uses.

    Development and use of geographic tools

    SE/TE: SH22, 802-812 TR: Skills Handbook, 27 TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; History Interactive; Note Taking Study Guide Online; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guided Reading Audio CD; Teacher Express CD-ROM; Presentation Express CD-ROM; Progress Monitoring Transparencies, ; Progress Monitoring Online; ExamView Test Bank CD-ROM

    Geographic information systems [GIS] N/A Population pyramids N/A Cartograms N/A Satellite-produced images SE/TE: 621, 770, 772, 796, 797

    TR: Chapter 24 Teaching Resources, 12, 25; Reading and Note Taking Study Guide,; American Issues Connector Study Guide; Test Prep with Document-Based Assessment TECH: www.PHSchool.com; Geography Interactive; Student Express CD-ROM; Student Edition on Audio CD; Guide