Civics is a course that offers alignment to a variety of state and national standards sets for Civics and Government, as well as alignment to the USCIS Naturalization test. The course includes a variety of unit and lesson activities that examine the history, geography, culture, and economy of the state that encourage research and reflection. In these activities, you will examine founding documents and landmark Supreme Court cases in American political history, analyze changes in federal and executive power over time, explore the political election process and data related to recent voting trends, research and propose a public policy plan, as well as compare and contrast the functions of the national government with state and local governments. In addition, the course includes an entire unit with content to prepare for the USCIS Naturalization test. You can also access a worksheet with all 100 items from the USCIS test. Throughout the course, places where you can find or research answers to these questions are highlighted. Students can access this information by selecting the following callout image onscreen.