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Social Studies Level 10 Capacity Matrices

Social Studies Level 10 Vocabulary





Measurement Topic: SS.10.E31 Productive resources - natural, human, capital - are scarce; therefore, choices are made about how individuals, businesses, governments, and societies allocate these resources Capacity Matrix SS.10.E31

SS.10.E31.01.03 Analyze the relationships between economic goals and the allocation of scarce resources. (CAS: HS.3.1.a)

SS.10.E31.02.03 Explain how economic choices by individuals, businesses, governments, and societies incur opportunity costs . (CAS: HS.3.1.b)

SS.10.E31.03.03 Understand that effective decision-making requires comparing the additional (marginal) costs of alternatives with the additional (marginal) benefits. (CAS: HS.3.1.c)

SS.10.E31.04.03 Identify influential entrepreneurs and describe how they have utilized resources to produce goods and services. (CAS: HS.3.1.d)

Measurement Topic: SS.10.E32 Economic policies affect markets Capacity Matrix SS.10.E32

SS.10.E32.01.03 Analyze how government activities influence the economy. Topics to include but not limited to: taxation, monetary policy, and the Federal Reserve. (CAS: HS.3.2.a)

SS.10.E32.02.03 Recognize the interaction between foreign and domestic economic policies. Topics to include but not limited to: embargoes, tariffs, and subsidies. (CAS: HS.3.2.b)

SS.10.E32.03.03 Identify government activities that affect the local, state, or national economy. (CAS: HS.3.2.c)

SS.10.E32.04.03 Give examples of the role of government in a market economic system. (CAS: HS.3.2.d)

SS.10.E32.05.03 Analyze how positive and negative incentives influence the economic choices made by individuals, households, businesses, governments, and societies. (CAS: HS.3.2.e)

SS.10.E32.06.03 Compare and contrast monetary and fiscal policies of the United States government that are used to stabilize the economy. (CAS: HS.3.2.f)

Measurement Topic: SS.10.E33 Government and competition affect markets Capacity Matrix SS.10.E33

SS.10.E33.01.03 Analyze the role of government within different economies. Topics to include but not limited to command socialism, communism, and market capitalism. (CAS: HS.3.3.a)

SS.10.E33.02.03 Analyze the role of competition within different market structures. Topics to include but not limited to pure competition, monopolistic competition, oligopoly, and monopoly. (CAS: HS.3.3.b)

SS.10.E33.03.03 Compare and contrast economic systems in terms of their ability to achieve economic goals. (CAS: HS.3.3.c)

SS.10.E33.04.03 Compare and contrast different types of taxing. Topics to include but not limited to progressive, regressive, and proportional. (CAS: HS.3.3.d)

Measurement Topic: SS.10.E34 Design, analyze, and apply a financial plan based on short- and long-term financial goals (PFL) Capacity Matrix SS.10.E34

SS.10.E34.01.03 Develop a financial plan including a budget based on short- and long- term goals. (CAS: HS.3.4.a)

SS.10.E34.02.03 Analyze financial information for accuracy, relevance, and steps for identity protection. (CAS: HS.3.4.b)

SS.10.E34.03.03 Describe factors affecting take-home pay. (CAS: HS.3.4.c)

SS.10.E34.04.03 Identify sources of personal income and likely deductions and expenditures as a basis for a financial plan. (CAS: HS.3.4.d)

SS.10.E34.05.03 Describe legal and ethical responsibilities regarding tax liabilities. (CAS: HS.3.4.e)

Measurement Topic: SS.10.E35 Analyze strategic spending, saving, and investment options to achieve the objectives of diversification, liquidity, income, and growth (PFL) Capacity Matrix SS.10.E35

SS.10.E35.01.03 Compare and contrast the variety of investments available for a diversified portfolio. (CAS: HS.3.5.a)

SS.10.E35.02.03 Evaluate factors to consider when managing savings and investment accounts. (CAS: HS.3.5.b)

SS.10.E35.03.03 Explain how economic cycles affect personal financial decisions. (CAS: HS.3.5.c)

SS.10.E35.04.03 Describe the appropriate types of investments to achieve the objectives of liquidity, income and growth. (CAS: HS.3.5.d)

Measurement Topic: SS.10.E36 The components of personal credit to manage credit and debt (PFL) Capacity Matrix SS.10.E36

SS.10.E36.01.03 Analyze various lending sources, services, and financial institutions. (CAS: HS.3.6.a)

SS.10.E36.02.03 Investigate legal and personal responsibilities affecting lenders and borrowers . (CAS: HS.3.6.b)

SS.10.E36.03.03 Make connections between building and maintaining a credit history and its impact on lifestyle. (CAS: HS.3.6.c)

Measurement Topic: SS.10.E37 Identify, develop, and evaluate risk-management strategies (PFL) Capacity Matrix SS.10.E37

SS.10.E37.01.03 Differentiate between types of insurance. (CAS: HS.3.7.a)

SS.10.E37.02.03 Explain the function and purpose of insurance. (CAS: HS.3.7.b)

SS.10.E37.03.03 Select and evaluate strategies to mitigate risk. (CAS: HS.3.7.c)


Measurement Topic: SS.10.C41 Research, formulate positions, and engage in appropriate civic participation to address local, state, and national issues or policies Capacity Matrix SS.10.C41

SS.10.C41.01.03 Engage ethically in civic activities including discussing current issues, advocating for their rights and the rights of others, practicing their responsibilities, influencing governmental actions, and other community service learning opportunities. (CAS: HS.4.1.a)

SS.10.C41.02.03 Evaluate how individuals and groups can effectively use the structure and functions of various levels of government to shape policy. (CAS: HS.4.1.b)

SS.10.C41.03.03 Describe the roles and influence of individuals, groups, and the press as checks on governmental practices. (CAS: HS.4.1.c)

SS.10.C41.04.03 Identify which level of government is appropriate for various policies and demonstrate an ability to appropriately engage with that level of government. (CAS: HS.4.1.d)

SS.10.C41.05.03 Critique various media sources for accuracy and perspective (CAS: HS.4.1.e)

Measurement Topic: SS.10.C42 Purposes of and limitations on the foundations, structures and functions of government Capacity Matrix SS.10.C42

SS.10.C42.01.03 Describe the origins, purposes and limitations of government and include the contribution of key philosophers and documents. (CAS: HS.4.2.a)

SS.10.C42.02.03 Identify the structure, function, and roles of members of government and their relationship to democratic values. (CAS: HS.4.2.b)

SS.10.C42.03.03 Analyze and explain the importance of the principles of democracy and the inherent competition among values. Values to include but not be limited to freedom and security, individual rights and common good, and rights and responsibilities. (CAS: HS.4.2.c)

SS.10.C42.04.03 Analyze the role of the founding documents and the evolution of their interpretation through governmental action and court cases. Documents to include but not limited to the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights. (CAS: HS.4.2.d)

SS.10.C42.05.03 Use media literacy skills to locate multiple valid sources of information regarding the foundations, structures, and functions of government. (CAS: HS.4.2.e)

SS.10.C42.06.03 Analyze how court decisions, legislative debates, and various and diverse groups have helped to preserve, develop, and interpret the rights and ideals of the American system of government. (CAS: HS.4.2.f)

SS.10.C42.07.03 Evaluate the effectiveness of our justice system in protecting life, liberty, and property. (CAS: HS.4.2.g)

Measurement Topic: SS.10.C43 Analyze how public policy - domestic and foreign - is developed at the local, state, and national levels and compare how policy making occurs in other forms of government Capacity Matrix SS.10.C43

SS.10.C43.01.03 Discuss multiple perspectives on local issues and options for participating in civic life. (CAS: HS.4.3.a)

SS.10.C43.02.03 Analyze and discuss multiple perspectives on state issues and option for participating in civic affairs by shaping policies. (CAS: HS.4.3.b)

SS.10.C43.03.03 Explain how to monitor and influence public policy . (CAS: HS.4.3.c)

SS.10.C43.04.03 Analyze goals and tools used by the United States in developing foreign policy . (CAS: HS.4.3.d)

SS.10.C43.05.03 Illustrate how various governments and leaders interact and evaluate how interactions among nations affect domestic and world events. (CAS: HS.4.3.e)

SS.10.C43.06.03 Compare and contrast how different systems of government function . (CAS: HS.4.3.f

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