C. Government and the Citizen [Civics and Government]: 2. The student understands the role of the citizen in American democracy.: 9-12: The student...
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develops and defines his or her own political beliefs and tendencies.
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assesses the role that his or her own political behavior plays in determining the flow of power through our political system and for resolving conflicts in a pluralistic society.
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understands issues of personal concern: the rights and responsibilities of the individual under the U.S. Constitution; the importance of civil liberties; the role of conflict resolution and compromise; and issues involving ethical behavior in politics.
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understands the distinction between citizens and noncitizens (aliens) and the process by which aliens may become citizens.
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understands how personal, political, and economic rights are secured by constitutional government and by such means as the rule of law, checks and balances, an independent judiciary, and a vigilant citizenry.
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understands the argument that personal, political, and economic rights reinforce each other.
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knows the points at which citizens can monitor or influence the process of public policy formation.