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Civics Summative Assessment

ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS:

  • What knowledge, skills, and dispositions (intention to act) does a person need in order to be a powerful civic actor in our democracy and in our community? 
  • How will I use my rights and responsibilities to promote the common good in our democracy and community? 


ENDURING UNDERSTANDINGS:

  • Democracy is a system of government based on big ideas. One of these ideas is that the power of government comes from the people. Another is that people must be informed and participate for our democracy and government to work.   
  • Individuals in a democracy have many rights. These rights allow them to exercise their power. But these rights are limited, and some individuals’ rights are more limited than others.

Civics Constitution Exam 

Pick 1 of the following:

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U.S. Presidents 
Random Student Selection - Option #4
 Final GPA
1
George Washington
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N/A  
2
 John Adams
--
N/A
3
 Thomas Jefferson
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N/A
4
 James Madison
Eli Wener
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5
 James Monroe
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N/A
6
 John Quincy Adams
-  
N/A
 7
 Andrew Jackson
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N/A
 8
 Martin Van Buren
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N/A
 9
 William Henry Harrison
His term in office was too short to judge. 
N/A
10
 John Tyler
  -
N/A
 11
 James K. Polk
  -
N/A
 12
 Zachary Taylor
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N/A
 13
 Millard Fillmore
  -
N/A
 14
 Franklin Pierce
 -
N/A
 15
 James Buchanan
  -
N/A
 16
 Abraham Lincoln
  -
N/A
 17
 Andrew Johnson
  -
N/A
18 
 Ulysses S. Grant
 -
N/A
 19
 Rutherford B. Hayes
  -
N/A
 20
 James A. Garfield
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N/A
 21
 Chester Arthur
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N/A
 22/24
 Grover Cleveland
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N/A
 23
 Benjamin Harrison
 -
N/A
 25
 William McKinley
Jack Mullins
 26
 Theodore Roosevelt
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 N/A
 27
 William Howard Taft
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N/A  
 28
 Woodrow Wilson
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N/A
29
 Warren G. Harding
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N/A  
 30
 Calvin Coolidge
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N/A
31
 Herbert Hoover
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N/A
32
 Franklin D. Roosevvelt
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N/A
33
 Harry S. Truman
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N/A  
34
 Dwight D. Eisenhower
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N/A
 35
 John F. Kennedy
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N/A
 36
 Lyndon B. Johnson
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N/A
37
 Richard M. Nixon
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N/A
 38
 Gerald Ford
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N/A
 39
 Jimmy Carter
Izzy Rigali 
N/A
 40
 Ronald Reagan
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N/A
 41
 George H.W. Bush
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N/A
 42
 Bill Clinton
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N/A
 43
 George W. Bush
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N/A  
44 
 Barach Obama
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N/A
45
 Donald J. Trump
 History can not judge this President yet. 
N/A
46
 Joe Biden
 History can not judge a President while still in office. 
 N/A
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