- Identify key issues and the governmental policies that can address the issues.
- Describe how gerrymandering impacts how government implements policies.
- Identify and analyze the different values that are commonly brought to the task of drawing a Congressional map.
Understand how different values require trade-offs that impact how a Congressional map is drawn.
One class period (about 45 minutes)
5.2.(class).D. - Citizen’s role in political process
5.3.(class).D. - Elections, mass media, interest groups
7.2. - Physical characteristics of places and regions
7.3. - Human characteristics of places and regions