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Name: ______________________________________ Date: ______________ Per.:_____
Civics Diagnostic Data Review
Identify Your Strengths and Weaknesses
Identify the standards you need to review. Identify any standards you earned a 40% or below and type
the standard number in the chart below. You will need to divide however many you have by the number
of days you have left to prepare.
FL.SS.7.C.1.1 Recognize how Enlightenment ideas including Montesquieu’s view of separation of power
and John Locke’s theories related to natural law and how Locke’s social contract influenced the
Founding Fathers.
FL.SS.7.C.1.5 Identify how the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation led to the writing of the
Constitution. 1
FL.SS.7.C.1.9 Define the rule of law and recognize its influence on the development of the American
legal, political, and governmental
FL.SS.7.C.2.2 Evaluate the obligations citizens have to obey laws, pay taxes, defend the nation, and
serve on juries.
FL.SS.7.C.2.4 Evaluate rights contained in the Bill of Rights and other amendments to the Constitution.
FL.SS.7.C.2.5 Distinguish how the Constitution safeguards and limits individual rights.
FL.SS.7.C.2.8 Identify America’s current political parties, and illustrate their ideas about government.
FL.SS.7.C.2.9 Evaluate candidates for political office by analyzing their qualifications, experience,
issue-based platforms, debates, and political ads.
FL.SS.7.C.3.10 Identify sources and types (civil, criminal, constitutional, military) of law.
FL.SS.7.C.3.11 Diagram the levels, functions, and powers of courts at the state and federal levels.
FL.SS.7.C.3.12 Analyze the significance and outcomes of landmark Supreme Court cases including, but
not limited to, Marbury v. Madison, Plessy v. Ferguson, Brown v. Board of Education, Gideon v.
Wainwright, Miranda v. Arizona, in re Gault, Tinker v. Des Moines, Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier, United
States v. Nixon, and Bush v. Gore.
FL.SS.7.C.3.13 Compare the constitutions of the United States and Florida.
FL.SS.7.C.3.14 Differentiate between local, state, and federal governments’ obligations and services.
FL.SS.7.C.3.2 Compare parliamentary, federal, confederal, and unitary systems of government.
FL.SS.7.C.3.5 Explain the Constitutional amendment process.
FL.SS.7.C.3.7 Analyze the impact of the 13th, 14th, 15th, 19th, 24th, and 26th amendments on
participation of minority groups in the American political process.
FL.SS.7.C.3.8 Analyze the structure, functions, and processes of the legislative, executive, and judicial
branches. 1FL.SS.7.C.4.3 Describe examples of how the United States has dealt with international conflicts.
If you have any of these standards in your 40% or below group they need to be a priority.
1.1 1.7 3.1 3.8
1.2 2.4 3.2
1.3 2.8/2.9 3.4
1.6 2.10 3.7
Civics End of Course Exam Online Benchmark Review Assignments
1. Visit civics360.org. First time only – follow the prompts to create an account using your school email.
2. Scroll down to see a list of Civics Benchmarks grouped into nine categories. Under “Citizen You!” click on
the hyperlink for Benchmark SS.7.C.2.1, “Defining Citizenship”.
3. Scroll down to watch the Video: Defining Citizenship. Answer each Video Question in the box below
labeled Benchmark SS.7.C.2.1 – Defining Citizenship.
4. Scroll down to the blue Begin the Quiz button. You will be given three Example EOC Questions (Low,
Moderate and High). After you answer all three questions, record your quiz score in the space provided.
Then exit the Practice Quiz.
5. Complete the Quizlet Activities To the right of the Begin button click the link titled QuizletCivics Vocabulary Games
a. Complete flashcard review.
b. Complete matching game. Now list your “time” by the line that says “Match”.
c. Create a test using multiple choice questions only. This can be changed under “options” in the test.
Record your score on the line provided.
6. Now complete the Quizizz for the appropriate subject. Record your score in the space provided.
7. If you feel you could benefit from additional practice, use some of the other resources listed in this document.
8. When you are finished learning about this benchmark, click the “x” at the top to return to the Civics 360 site.
9. Now, repeat steps 3-8 for all remaining benchmarks!!!
10. These assignments count as a daily grade. You need to submit it at the end
of each class PERIOD.
Day # Date Benchmark #’s to Complete
1 5/14
2 5/18
3 5/20
4 5/24
5 5/26
EOC 5/27 BAM
5/28 DA
—–Citizenship and You!
Benchmark – SS.7.C.2.1 – Defining Citizenship – https://civics360.org/modules/H1SGYuoZe
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video Answers
Which amendment defines citizenship? 14th
Explain the concept of the Law of Blood. A persons citizenship is that of the same as his or her biological mother or
father
Explain the concept of the Law of Soil. A persons citizenship is determined where he or she is born
What are the qualifications for participating
in the naturalization process?
18 years old , reside in the US for 5 years, file a petition for
naturalization, good character, pass exam
Based on what you learned from the video,
how did the Voting Rights Act of 1965 impact
voting by naturalized citizens and why?
More citizens were able to vote due to the fact that it was written/ printed in the
language they could read
Practice and Reflect
Civics 360 Practice Quiz Score:100
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Rubric- How do you feel about your understanding of the
material after the review? I feel more confident in my
understanding of the material after the review
Quizlets Flashcards:
Match Time:___
Practice Test Score (Multiple Choice
only): __
3- I got it and I could explain it to someone else.
2- I understand it but still have questions.
1- I do not understand the material.
If you still need additional practice go to www.floridastudents.org and
complete the module for he standard found in Social Studies; Civics.
Quizizz:
Code: 2373 8474 Score:100
Videos to Watch
Brain Pop- Citizenship
Games to Play: iCivics- Immigration Nation
Benchmarks – SS.7.C.2.2, SS.7.C.2.3 & SS.7.C.2.14 – Citizen Obligations & Responsibilities –
https://civics360.org/modules/Bk4YCnU8l
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video Answers
What is the difference between an obligation
and a responsibility?
An obligation is an action that citizens do that is required by law.
Responsibilities are actions citizens do for the common good.
What is the common good?

the common good refers to either what is shared and beneficial for all or most
members of a given community, or alternatively, what is achieved by
citizenship, collective action, and active participation in the realm of politics and
public service.
How does the responsibility of voting help
the common good?
it’s important that we actively engage with our community and the common
good, and voting allows citizens to actively decide on leaders that reflect their
own beliefs and ideals.Why is fulfilling our obligations as citizens
important for the common good?
This benefits everyone when the citizens see a community need and
take steps to find a solution. It’s all about being responsible citizens in
our communities and our country.
Practice and Reflect
Civics 360 Practice Quiz Score:
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Rubric- How do you feel about your understanding of the
material after the review?
Quizlets Flashcards:
Match Time: 10min
Practice Test Score (Multiple Choice
only): 100
3- I got it and I could explain it to someone else.
2- I understand it but still have questions.
1- I do not understand the material.
If you still need additional practice go to www.floridastudents.org and
complete the module for he standard found in Social Studies; Civics.
Quizizz
Code: 3068 5290 Score:
Videos to Watch:
Brain Pop- Citizenship
Games to Play:
iCivics- Sortify
Benchmark – SS.7.C.1.9 – Rule of Law – https://civics360.org/modules/r1lX6NYLg
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video Answers
What is the Rule of Law?
What role does the Constitution and its
amendments play in ensuring that the
United States has the rule of law?
Why is serving on a jury important to
ensuring the rule of law?
What would life be like if we did not have the
rule of law?
Does the President of the United States have
to follow the laws of the country?
Practice and Reflect
Civics 360 Practice Quiz Score:
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Rubric- How do you feel about your understanding of the
material after the review?
Quizlets Flashcards:
Match Time:___
Practice Test Score (Multiple Choice
only): __
3- I got it and I could explain it to someone else.
2- I understand it but still have questions.
1- I do not understand the material.
If you still need additional practice go to www.floridastudents.org and
complete the module for he standard found in Social Studies; Civics.
Quizizz Score: Videos to Watch:
Engaged Citizens
Benchmark – SS.7.C.2.10 – Influencing the Government –
https://civics360.org/modules/BJLv3UYUg
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video Answers
Which amendment plays a key role in
influencing and monitoring government?
What are four ways that individuals can
influence government?
In what ways do interest groups work to
influence government?
What are four ways in which the media can
monitor government?
Practice and ReflectCivics 360 Practice Quiz Score:
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Rubric- How do you feel about your understanding of the
material after the review?
Quizlets Flashcards:
Match Time:___
Practice Test Score (Multiple Choice
only): __
3- I got it and I could explain it to someone else.
2- I understand it but still have questions.
1- I do not understand the material.
If you still need additional practice go to www.floridastudents.org and
complete the module for he standard found in Social Studies; Civics.
Quizizz Score: Videos to Watch:
Benchmark – SS.7.C.2.11 – Bias, Symbolism, and Propaganda –
https://civics360.org/modules/Sko5NPK8x
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video Answers
Define bias.
What are some of the ways that the media
presents biased information?
Define symbolism.
What are some common symbols used in
political campaigns?
Define propaganda.
Practice and Reflect
Civics 360 Practice Quiz Score:
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Rubric- How do you feel about your understanding of the
material after the review?
Quizlets Flashcards:
Match Time:___
Practice Test Score (Multiple Choice
only): __
3- I got it and I could explain it to someone else.
2- I understand it but still have questions.
1- I do not understand the material.
If you still need additional practice go to www.floridastudents.org and
complete the module for he standard found in Social Studies; Civics.
Quizizz Score: Videos to Watch
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Benchmark – SS.7.C.2.12 – Public Policy Problem Solving –
https://civics360.org/modules/B1TaTDKLg
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video Answers
What are public policies?
What kind of problems would local
governments try to solve?
What is a public agency?
Based on what you have learned, what is the
role of government agencies in solving public
problems?
What is the difference between government
solutions to problems and individual or
community solutions?
Practice and Reflect
Civics 360 Practice Quiz Score:
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Rubric- How do you feel about your understanding of the
material after the review?
Quizlets Flashcards:
Match Time:___
3- I got it and I could explain it to someone else.
2- I understand it but still have questions.Practice Test Score (Multiple Choice
only): __
1- I do not understand the material.
If you still need additional practice go to www.floridastudents.org and
complete the module for he standard found in Social Studies; Civics.
Quizizz Score: Videos to Watch:
Games to Play:
Benchmark – SS.7.C.2.13 – Examining Multiple Perspectives –
https://civics360.org/modules/ByQr3FYIl
Benchmark Videos
Questions from Video 1 Answers
What are interest groups? How do they
influence public perspectives on issues?
What are political parties? How do they
influence public perspectives on issues?
How do individuals influence public
perspectives on issues?
Questions from Video 2 Answers
How can individuals share their perspective
on issues through the political process?
How can interest groups share their
perspective on issues through the political
process?
How can political parties share their
perspective on issues through the political
process?
Question from Video 3 Answers
Select one of the scenarios discussed in the
video (Army Base Closing or National
Budget) – summarize the issue in the
scenario and the multiple perspectives
individuals and groups had regarding the
scenario.
Practice and Reflect
Civics 360 Practice Quiz Score:
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Rubric- How do you feel about your understanding of the
material after the review?
Quizlets Flashcards:
Match Time:___
Practice Test Score (Multiple Choice
only): __
3- I got it and I could explain it to someone else.
2- I understand it but still have questions.
1- I do not understand the material.
If you still need additional practice go to www.floridastudents.org and
complete the module for he standard found in Social Studies; Civics.
Quizizz :
Code 4282 5834 Score:
Videos to Watch:
Games to Play:Running for Office!
Benchmark – SS.7.C.2.8 – Political Parties – https://civics360.org/modules/BJvEEstIg
Benchmark Videos
Questions from Video 1 Answers
Describe the core beliefs of the Democratic
Party.
Describe the core beliefs of the Republican Party.
Describe the core beliefs of the Libertarian Party.
Describe the core beliefs of the Communist Party.
Describe the core beliefs of the Socialist Party.
Questions from Video 2 Answers
Why do political parties fight so hard for control
of Congress and state legislatures?
What is the difference between a majority party
and a minority party in Congress or state
legislatures?
Practice and Reflect
Civics 360 Practice Quiz Score:
____________
Rubric- How do you feel about your understanding of the
material after the review?
Quizlets
Flashcards:
Match Time:___
Practice Test Score (Multiple Choice
only): __
3- I got it and I could explain it to someone else.
2- I understand it but still have questions.
1- I do not understand the material.
If you still need additional practice go to www.floridastudents.org and
complete the module for he standard found in Social Studies; Civics.
Quizizz:
Code: 1093 4378 Score:
Videos to Watch:
Brain Pop- Political Parties
Brain Pop- Political Party Origins
Brain Pop- Political Beliefs
Benchmark – SS.7.C.2.9 & SS.7.C.2.7 – Evaluating Candidates –
https://civics360.org/modules/ry46jiF8g
Benchmark Videos
Question from Video 1 Answers
What is a “candidate”?
Where will you find an outline of the
requirements for federal office?
What are the constitutional requirements to
run for President / Vice President?
What are the constitutional requirements to
run for the U.S. Senate?
What are the constitutional requirements to
run for the U.S. House of Representatives?
Questions from Video 2 Answers
Where will you find an outline of the
requirements for state office in Florida?
What are the constitutional requirements to
run for Governor / Lieutenant Governor?What are the constitutional requirements to
run for the Florida Senate?
What are the constitutional requirements to
run for the Florida House of
Representatives?
Why might a voter consider a candidate’s
experience and platform when deciding
whether or not to vote for them?
Practice and Reflect
Civics 360 Practice Quiz Score:
____________
Rubric- How do you feel about your understanding of the
material after the review?
Quizlets Flashcards:
Match Time:___
Practice Test Score (Multiple Choice
only): __
3- I got it and I could explain it to someone else.
2- I understand it but still have questions.
1- I do not understand the material.
If you still need additional practice go to www.floridastudents.org and
complete the module for he standard found in Social Studies; Civics.
Quizizz Score: Videos to Watch:
Brain Pop- Political Parties
Brain Pop- Political Party Origins
Brain Pop- Political Beliefs
The Founding: From Colonies to United States
Benchmark – SS.7.C.1.1 – The Enlightenment and Its Influence –
https://civics360.org/modules/rkiIVhF8l
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video Answers
How were the Founding Fathers influenced
by the idea of natural law and natural rights?
How were the Founding Fathers influenced
by the idea of social contract?
How were the Founding Fathers influenced
by the idea of separation of powers?
Practice and Reflect
Civics 360 Practice Quiz Score:
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Rubric- How do you feel about your understanding of the
material after the review?
Quizlets
Review Flashcards
Match Time:___
Practice Test Score (Multiple Choice
only): __
3- I got it and I could explain it to someone else.
2- I understand it but still have questions.
1- I do not understand the material.
If you still need additional practice go to www.floridastudents.org and
complete the module for he standard found in Social Studies; Civics.
Quizizz
Game Code– 0587 5818
Your Score:
Always play for an A (90% or higher).
Videos to Watch:

Benchmark – SS.7.C.1.2 – Influential Documents –
https://civics360.org/modules/SyzLhnKIe
Benchmark Videos
Questions from Video 1 Answers
What is meant by “limited monarchy”?
Explain the concept of habeas corpus.Summarize the ways in which the Magna
Carta influenced ideas included in the U.S.
Constitution.
What is one important idea from Common
Sense?
What are two rights in the English Bill of
Rights that we find in the U.S. Bill of Rights?
Questions for Video 2 Answers
What is meant by “self-government”?
Define the term “social contract”.
How did the Mayflower Compact influence
American ideas on government?
Summarize the important ideas in Common
Sense.
Practice and Reflect
Civics 360 Practice Quiz Score:
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Rubric- How do you feel about your understanding of the
material after the review?
Quizlets Flashcards:
Match Time:___
Practice Test Score (Multiple Choice
only): __
3- I got it and I could explain it to someone else.
2- I understand it but still have questions.
1- I do not understand the material.
If you still need additional practice go to www.floridastudents.org and
complete the module for he standard found in Social Studies; Civics.
Quizizz
Code: 2068 2858Score:
Videos to Watch:
Brain Pop- The Magna Carta
Brain Pop- American Revolution

Benchmark – SS.7.C.1.3 – The Road to Independence –
https://civics360.org/modules/B1Cv90FIl
Benchmark Videos
Questions from Video 1 Answers
How did the French and Indian War
financially impact England?
How were the American colonies impacted
by the English’s victory in the French and
Indian War?
Questions from Video 2 Answers
Why might the colonists have seen the
Stamp Act as unfair?
What were the Townshend Acts?How did the colonists respond to the Stamp
Act and the Townshend Acts?
Questions from Video 3 Answers
What was the Tea Act?
Summarize the Intolerable Acts.
How did the colonists react to the
Intolerable Acts?
Questions from Video 4 Answers
What was the problem with taxation for the
colonies?
What are the three main themes of the
colonists’ complaints and their reason for
writing the Declaration of Independence?
Practice and Reflect
Civics 360 Practice Quiz Score:
____________
Rubric- How do you feel about your understanding of the
material after the review?
Quizlets Flashcards:
Match Time:___
Practice Test Score (Multiple Choice
only): __
3- I got it and I could explain it to someone else.
2- I understand it but still have questions.
1- I do not understand the material.
If you still need additional practice go to www.floridastudents.org and
complete the module for he standard found in Social Studies; Civics.
Quizizz:
Code: 0029 6042 Score:
Videos to Watch:
Brain Pop- The Declaration of Independence
School House Rock- No More Kings!
https://historymadeeveryday.wordpress.com/2017/09/19/schoolho
use-rocks-no-more-kings-2/
Too Late to Apologizehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZfRaWAtBVg
School House Rock- FireWorks!

Benchmark – SS.7.C.1.4 – Declaration of Independence –
https://civics360.org/modules/HJ6Z7k9Ie
Benchmark Videos
Questions from Video 1 Answers
What were two purposes of the Declaration
of Independence?
What are the natural rights specifically listed
in the Declaration of Independence?
What is the relationship between the
government and the natural rights of the
people?
Questions from Video 2 Answers
Summarize each of the following grievances
from the DOI and describe the natural right
being violated:
“He has made judges dependent on his will
alone, for the tenure of their offices, and the
amount and payment of their salaries.”
“For quartering large bodies of armed
troops among us…”.”For imposing taxes on us without our
consent…”
“For depriving us in many cases, of the
benefits of trial by jury…”
Practice and Reflect
Civics 360 Practice Quiz Score:
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Rubric- How do you feel about your understanding of the
material after the review?
Quizlets Flashcards:
Match Time:___
Practice Test Score (Multiple Choice
only): __
3- I got it and I could explain it to someone else.
2- I understand it but still have questions.
1- I do not understand the material.
If you still need additional practice go to www.floridastudents.org and
complete the module for he standard found in Social Studies; Civics.
Quizizz:
Code: 0002 2634 Score:
Videos to Watch:
Brain Pop- Declaration of Independence
School House Rock- Fireworks!
Benchmark – SS.7.C.1.5 – Articles of Confederation –
https://civics360.org/modules/BJ8SaJ9Il
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video Answers
What system of government was established
under the Articles of Confederation?
Describe the relationship between states and
the central government in a confederal
system of government.
Summarize the weaknesses of the Articles of
Confederation.
How did Shays’ Rebellion help lead to the
writing of the U.S. Constitution?
Practice and Reflect
Civics 360 Practice Quiz Score:
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Rubric- How do you feel about your understanding of the
material after the review?
Quizlets
Flashcards:
Match Time:___
Practice Test Score (Multiple Choice
only): __
3- I got it and I could explain it to someone else.
2- I understand it but still have questions.
1- I do not understand the material.
If you still need additional practice go to www.floridastudents.org and
complete the module for he standard found in Social Studies; Civics.
Quizizz
Code: 1330 1866 Score:
Videos to Watch:
Brain Pop- Articles of Confederation
Crash Course- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6rHSiN0vKk
Federal Government
Benchmark – SS.7.C.1.6 – Preamble of the Constitution –
https://civics360.org/modules/HyOxLxqUx
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video Answers
What is the purpose of the Preamble
to the U.S. Constitution?
What part of our government works to
ensure that we establish justice?What do we mean when we say something is
‘common to a community’? For example,
‘The park is for common use.’
When you care about someone’s welfare,
what are you caring about? For example, if
someone says to you ‘I was concerned
about your welfare and wanted to make
sure you were okay.’
If you are concerned about your posterity,
what are you concerned about?
For example, ‘My grandparents often say
that they are proud of their posterity
when they see what good jobs their
grandkids have.’
Practice and Reflect
Civics 360 Practice Quiz Score:
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Rubric- How do you feel about your understanding of the
material after the review?
Quizlets Flashcards:
Match Time:___
Practice Test Score (Multiple Choice
only): __
3- I got it and I could explain it to someone else.
2- I understand it but still have questions.
1- I do not understand the material.
If you still need additional practice go to www.floridastudents.org and
complete the module for he standard found in Social Studies; Civics.
Quizizz:
Code-5852 9898Score:
Videos to Watch
School House Rock- We the People

Benchmark – SS.7.C.1.7 – Limits on Government Powers –
https://civics360.org/modules/BJ8Q2xcLe
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video Answers
What is the highest law in the land?
Why was power divided into three branches
in our Constitution?
What is the definition of “checks and
balances”?
Give an example of “checks and balances”
that the judicial branch/US Supreme
Court can use.
Practice and Reflect
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material after the review?
Quizlets Flashcards:
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2- I understand it but still have questions.
1- I do not understand the material.
If you still need additional practice go to www.floridastudents.org
and complete the module for he standard found in Social Studies;
Civics.
Quizizz
Code:6400 2154 Score:
Videos to Watch Benchmark – SS.7.C.1.8 – Federalists vs Anti-Federalists –
https://civics360.org/modules/HkCq7ix8l
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video Answers
What is a confederacy?
What was one reason the Federalists wanted
to replace the Articles of Confederation?
What was one reason the Anti-Federalists
opposed the new constitution?
What did the Anti-Federalists want to add
to the Constitution?
Practice and Reflect
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material after the review?
Quizlets :
Flashcards:
Match Time:___
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2- I understand it but still have questions.
1- I do not understand the material.
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and complete the module for he standard found in Social Studies;
Civics.
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Benchmark – SS.7.C.3.3 – Articles I, II, and III –
https://civics360.org/modules/ByKswceUg
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video Answers
According to Article I of the Constitution,
what is the main role and responsibility of
Congress?
According to Article II of the U.S. Constitution,
what is the main role and responsibility of the
executive branch?
What is the main role and responsibility of the
judicial branch?
What does it mean when it is said that the
Supreme Court addresses issues around
constitutionality?
Practice and Reflect
Civics 360 Practice Quiz Score:
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Rubric- How do you feel about your understanding of the
material after the review?
Quizlets Flashcards:
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Quizizz
Articles of the Constitution: Code 6024 2026
Score:
Executive Branch Code 1693 5018Score:
Legislative Branch Code 4602 8906 Score:
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Games to Play:
iCivics-Branches of PowerJudicial Branch Code 0929 5978 Score
Benchmark – SS.7.C.3.5 – The Amendment Process –
https://civics360.org/modules/rJNrE9e8l
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video Answers
Where in the U.S. Constitution does it
describe the amendment process?
What are the two ways an amendment can
be proposed?
What are the two ways an amendment can
be ratified?
Why did the Framers of the Constitution
want to make it difficult to change it?
Practice and Reflect
Civics 360 Practice Quiz Score:
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Rubric- How do you feel about your understanding of the
material after the review?
Quizlets Flashcards:
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2- I understand it but still have questions.
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Benchmark – SS.7.C.3.8 & SS.7.C.3.9 – Structure, Powers, & Processes of Federal Govt –
https://civics360.org/modules/BJ-sxYcre
Benchmark Videos
Questions from Video 1 Answers
What are elected members of the House of
Representatives called?
What are elected members of the Senate called?
What term is used to describe both Senators and
Representatives?
Questions from Video 2 Answers
What is the role of committees in the
lawmaking process?
What is the role of the Senate in Presidential
Appointments?
Questions from Video 3 Answers
What options does Congress have if they don’t
like a president’s executive order?
What role does the president play in the
lawmaking process?
What are three powers of the President
discussed in this video?Questions from Video 4 Answers
How is judicial review a check on the legislative
and judicial branches?
Why might a judge issue a summary
judgment?
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Benchmark – SS.7.C.3.14- Federal Government Obligations & Services –
https://civics360.org/modules/H1UvvqpHl
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video Answers
What is meant by “enumerated powers”?
Give an example.
What are concurrent powers? Give an
example.
What kinds of services do federal tax dollars
provide?
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Florida State and Local Government
Benchmarks – SS.7.C.3.8 & SS.7.C.3.9- Structure, Powers, & Processes of State & Local Govt –
https://civics360.org/modules/ByNp4D1Fe
Benchmark Videos
Questions from Video 1 Answers
How is the Florida Legislature structured?
What are members of the Florida House of
Representatives and the Florida Senate called?What is the term for state laws passed by the
Florida State Legislature?
Questions from Video 2 Answers
What are the terms for lawmakers at the city and
county level?
Describe the process for creating laws at the local
level.
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Benchmark – SS.7.C.3.4 – Federalism – https://civics360.org/modules/BJ5qMLlIe
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video Answers
How does federalism divide the power of
government?
What is the purpose of the necessary and
proper clause?
What is the role of the 10
th Amendment in
federalism?
How does federalism limit the power of the
national, or federal, government in the
United States?
How does the Supremacy Clause of the
U.S. Constitution limit the power of state
governments?
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Benchmark – SS.7.C.3.13 – Comparing Constitutions –
https://civics360.org/modules/ry59ntaHg
Benchmark Videos
Questions from Video 1 Answers
What are three ways that the structure of
U.S. Constitution and the FloridaConstitution are similar?
Why do both the U.S. Constitution and the
Florida Constitution begin with ‘We the
People’?
Where will we find the rights of Florida
citizens in the Florida Constitution?
Questions from Video 2 Answers
List the five different ways an amendment
gets on the ballot in Florida.
How are amendments to Florida’s
constitution ratified?
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Benchmark – SS.7.C.3.14- State & Local Government Obligations & Services –
https://civics360.org/modules/Syue_F1Yx
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video Answers
What kinds of services do state tax dollars
provide?
Why do local governments provide more
services to the people than state or federal
government?
What kinds of services do local
governments provide?
Scenario: You go to brush your teeth and
realize there is not any water.
Which level of government do you contact
to solve this problem?
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My Rights and Liberties
Benchmark – SS.7.C.2.4 – The Bill of Rights and Other Amendments –
https://civics360.org/modules/HyvwxduNlBenchmark Videos
Questions from Video 1 Answers
What are the first ten amendments to the U.S.
Constitution called?
What are the five freedoms in the First
Amendment?
Questions from Video 2 Answers
What are the big ideas from Amendments
2, 3, and 4?
Why is due process an important civil right?
How does the 9
th Amendment add to
constitutional rights and liberties?
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Icivics- Do I Have a Right?
Benchmark – SS.7.C.2.5 – Protecting and Limiting Rights –
https://civics360.org/modules/BJ2pZMtVl
Benchmark Videos
Questions from Video 1 Answers
What rights will we find in Article I, Section 9
of the U.S. Constitution?
How does banning ex post facto law protect
our rights?
Why did the Founding Fathers create an
independent judiciary?
How does the Constitution protect
(safeguard) our rights outside of the Bill of
Rights?
Questions from Video 2 Answers
What do courts and the government have
to balance when it comes to our rights?
Why might our rights be limited?
Explain what the phrase “clear and present
danger” means as it relates to whether or
not a right can be limited.
Explain what the phrase “Fighting Words”
means as it relates to whether or not a
right can be limited.
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Benchmark – SS.7.C.3.6 – Constitutional Rights and Their Impact –
https://civics360.org/modules/rJ_Q1XYVg
Benchmark Videos
Questions from Video 1 Answers
What do we mean when we say our First
Amendment rights are both political and social?
The Fourth, Fifth, and Fourteenth Amendments
all protect citizens from abuse of power by the
government. How do the Fourth and Fifth differ
from the Fourteenth?
What is the restriction the government has if it
wants to take your property for the public good?
Questions from Video 2 Answers
What rights were Williams, Lewis, and the
Selma Marchers practicing in 1965?
What was the outcome of Korematsu vs. United
States? (1944)
When might the government impose limits on
individual rights?
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Benchmark – SS.7.C.3.7 – Voting Rights – https://civics360.org/modules/r1qAw7FEx
Benchmark Videos
Questions from Video 1 Answers
What is the purpose of the Equal Protection
Clause of the 14th Amendment?
Who was given the right to vote when the 15th
Amendment was ratified?
What was the purpose of the poll tax?
Who was given the right to vote with the 26th
Amendment?
Questions from Video 2 Answers
What was the purpose of the Civil Rights Act of
1964?What was the purpose of the Voting Rights Act of
1965?
What was the purpose of the Civil Rights Act of
1968?
What was the goal of the Equal Rights
Amendment? Was it ratified?
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The Legal System
Benchmark – SS.7.C.3.10 – Sources and Types of Laws –
https://civics360.org/modules/SJGYLTGSl
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video Answers
How did the Magna Carta influence the
development of laws and government in the U.S.?
How does the Supremacy Clause resolve a conflict
between state law and national law?
What is the difference between constitutional law
and statutory law?
Why do you think we have different laws for
juveniles and adults?
What is the difference between criminal law and
military law?
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Benchmarks – SS.7.C.3.11 & SS.7.C.2.6 – State and Federal Courts –
https://civics360.org/modules/HyzXYIFrl
Benchmark Videos
Questions from Video 1 Answers
What are the four levels of the court system in
Florida?Explain why a plaintiff or a defendant cannot win
a trial within a District Court of Appeal.
Questions from Video 2 Answers
What are the three levels of the federal court
system?
What are three of the eight kinds of cases federal
courts hear?
Questions from Video 3 Answers
Where are the powers and jurisdictions of the
Florida court system described?
What is the name of the highest court in Florida?
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Benchmarks – SS.7.C.3.12 – Landmark Supreme Court Cases –
https://civics360.org/modules/r1DNooKrl
Benchmark Videos
Questions from Video 1 Answers
What makes a court case a landmark case?
What power did the Supreme Court claim after the
Marbury v. Madison (1803) case?
What does it mean when something is
unconstitutional?
How did the Supreme Court decision in Plessy v.
Ferguson impact society?
How might schools today be different if the
Supreme Court ruled against Brown in Brown v.
Board of Education (1954) ?
What is the impact of in re Gault (1967) on
society?
Questions from Video 2 Answers
What do you think the Supreme Court meant
when it said that a lawyer was NOT a luxury?
How did both Gideon v. Wainwright (1963) and
Miranda v. Arizona (1966) impact civil liberties in
the United States?
Compare the two cases Tinker v. Des Moines
(1969) and Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier (1987). How were they similar? How
were they different?
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Games to Play:
The U.S. and the World
Benchmarks – SS.7.C.3.1 – Forms of Government –
https://civics360.org/modules/H1RDFntHg
Benchmark Videos
Questions from Video 1 Answers
How does a direct democracy differ from a
representative democracy?
List the three decisions a socialist government
makes about products.
What is the goal of communism?
What is a difference between communism and
socialism?
Questions from Video 2 Answers
How does power in a monarchy differ from that in
an oligarchy?
How does power differ between a constitutional
monarchy and an absolute monarchy?
What is an autocracy?
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Benchmarks – SS.7.C.3.2 – Systems of Government –
https://civics360.org/modules/SJ6nahFrl
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video AnswersWhere is the power in a parliamentary system of
government?
What “body” of government holds most of the
power in a parliamentary system of government?
In a federal system of government, how is power
shared?
In a confederal system of government, where is
the power held?
What is the relationship between the national
government and the states in a unitary system of
government?
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Benchmarks – SS.7.C.4.1 – Domestic and Foreign Policy –
https://civics360.org/modules/H19OgaYSe
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video Answers
What are the goals and objectives of domestic
policy?
Who is involved in making domestic policy?
What are two examples of domestic policy issues?
What are the goals and objectives of foreign
policy?
What is the role of the U.S. State Department?
How are domestic and foreign policy related?
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Benchmarks – SS.7.C.4.2 – International Organizations –
https://civics360.org/modules/H1PMuTtrg
Benchmark Video
Questions from Video Answers
What is the purpose of the North Atlantic Treaty
Organization (NATO)?What is the goal of the United Nations?
What three areas does UNICEF focus on in order
to try and fulfill its mission?
What are the four areas that INGO’s tend to focus
on?
What role does the Security Council play at the
United Nations?
How is the North American Free Trade Agreement
(NAFTA) an example of countries working
together?
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Brain Pop- United Nations
Benchmarks – SS.7.C.4.3 – International Conflicts –
https://civics360.org/modules/rkLwiptBl
Benchmark Videos
Questions from Video 1 Answers
Why did the United States become involved in
World War One?
Why did the United States become involved in
World War Two?
Questions from Video 2 Answers
How is declaring war different than a military
action?
Why did the United States become involved in the
Korean War?
Why did the United States become involved in the
Vietnam War?
What was the outcome of the Bay of Pigs
Invasion?
Questions from Video 3 Answers
Why did the United States become involved in
Gulf War One/The Persian Gulf War?
What is terrorism?
Why did the United States become involved in
Gulf War Two/The Iraq War?Questions from Video 4 Answers
What was the outcome of the Cuban Missile
Crisis?
What was the outcome of the Iranian Hostage
Crisis?
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