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AEPA: Tribal Governments in Arizona - Chapter Summary
Brush up on different names of Native American tribes that are found within the state of Arizona while you're on this chapter. The video lessons in this chapter also prevent you from being caught off guard on your AEPA Political Science/ American Government exam by any questions about:
- The different kinds of Indian reservations
- American Indian law
- Tribal government branches
Make use of the handy video tags to look over anything another time after finishing one of the short, fun video lessons. Assess how solid your grip is on this tribal government content by taking the practice quizzes that go with each of the lessons.
AEPA: Tribal Governments in Arizona - Chapter Objectives
The AEPA Political Science/American Government exam is used to determine whether you're eligible to teach the subject matter in Arizona based on your demonstrated competencies. The question format on the test for items pertaining to this chapter will be multiple-choice. Questions that you get practice with in this chapter may closely resemble those that surface on the AEPA test. Information about the tribal governments of Arizona fall under the United States and Arizona Government content domain, which comprises 58% of the exam.
1. Native American Tribes & Territories in Arizona
Learn about the rich history of Native American communities in Arizona. Native American traditions and cultures are still part of life in the state today.
2. Indian Reservations: Definition, Types & Jurisdictional Issues
Indian reservations hold a special place within the context of American government and inter-governmental relations. In this lesson, you'll learn what an Indian reservation is, as well as the different types of reservations and related jurisdictional issues.
3. American Indian Law: Tribal Sovereignty & Self-Governance
Traditional tribal governments were based on democracy. American Indians instituted equality and justice far before the formation of the United States. This lesson explains American Indian law, including tribal sovereignty and self-governance.
4. Structure of a Tribal Government
In this lesson we will learn what tribal governments are and how they are structured. We will also learn about their relationships with United States federal and state governments.
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