Ch 76: MTTC Social Studies (Secondary): Analyzing Democratic Values

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Use our lessons to review information about democratic values in America, including how to discuss public issues and how to structure an argument in an essay. These videos and quizzes can help you answer these types of questions on the MTTC Social Studies (Secondary) exam.

MTTC Social Studies (Secondary): Analyzing Democratic Values - Chapter Summary

As you study for the MTTC Social Studies (Secondary) exam, brush up on your knowledge of democratic values in America and how these values should factor into decisions on public affairs. Our videos and self-assessment quizzes can help you answer exam questions on the following topics:

  • Liberty, equality and self-government in America
  • Steps in decision making
  • Ways to discuss matters of public concern
  • How to make informed decisions on public issues
  • Methods of structuring an argument in an essay

You can watch these lessons on a computer or mobile device, whenever you have a few minutes to spare. Each is accompanied by a written transcript that allows you to read along with the instructor on the video.

5 Lessons in Chapter 76: MTTC Social Studies (Secondary): Analyzing Democratic Values
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America's Core Values: Liberty, Equality & Self-Government

1. America's Core Values: Liberty, Equality & Self-Government

In this lesson, we will examine a few of America's core values. We will focus especially on liberty, self-government, equality, individualism, diversity, and unity.

The Seven Steps of Decision Making

2. The Seven Steps of Decision Making

Effective decision-making is an essential skill for every manager. In this lesson, you'll learn about a seven-step process for effective decision-making. You'll also have an opportunity to take a short quiz after the lesson.

How to Discuss Matters of Public Concern

3. How to Discuss Matters of Public Concern

In this lesson, learn about ways to discuss matters of public concerns. As members of a constitutional republic where government units can range from local school boards to the halls of Congress, understanding how to discuss important political issues is vital to our country.

Making Reasonable & Informed Decisions on Public Issues

4. Making Reasonable & Informed Decisions on Public Issues

This lesson will help you learn how citizens in a democracy can make the the best decisions on public issues. We will cover where to look for information and how to make a decision based on facts.

How to Structure an Argument in Your Essay

5. How to Structure an Argument in Your Essay

When you write a persuasive essay, it's important to think about how you'll construct your argument, from how you'll arrange your major points to how and where you'll refute opposing views. This video covers some of the basics for structuring an argument.

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