OGT Social Studies Test

Vocabulary

 

 

The following are words and phrases related to the OGT 9th Grade Practice Social Studies Test.  They are organized according to each standard.  Familiarizing the students with these words will be beneficial to them.  It is by no means all-inclusive. Additional vocabulary can be extracted from the Social Studies Standards.  We will expand the list as future tests become available, and we become more familiar with the test, its content and format.

 

History:

Assure

Belief

Concept

Convert

Declaration of Independence

Declaration of Rights of Man

Developments

Discrimination

Disloyal

Documents

Effects of Imperialism

Enlightenment

Factor

Implementation

Industrialization

Industrial Revolution

Innovations

Instability

Intentions

Legislation

Objective

Perceived

Persecution

Potentially

Preserve

Prompted

Reflected

Reformers

Regulate

Reparations

Restricting

Significant

Targeted

Treaty of Versailles

 

People in Societies:

Consequences

Cultural heritage

Cultural practices

Denied

Dominated

Evacuation

Immigrants

Innovations

Jim Crowe Laws

NATO

Opposition

Proposal

Reconstruction

Reunification

United Nations

Warsaw Pact

 

Geography:

Boundaries

Effect

Factor

Global trade

Industrialization

Migration

Prosperity

Reliance

Suburbanization

Widespread

 

Economics:

Adjust

Assure

Business, consumer spending

Demand

Economy

Export, import

Inflation rate

Laissez-faire economics

Market, mixed, traditional, command economies

Prohibit

Reserve requirement

Supply

Traditional tariff

 

 

 

Government:

Constitution

Dictatorship

Due process

Ratification

Restricted

Secret police

Suffrage

19th Amendment

 

Citizen Rights and Responsibilities:

Absolute monarchy

Appeal

Civil disobedience

Eminent domain

Libel

Perceived

Slander

Upheld

Violated

 

 Skills and Methods:

Accusations

Bias/objective

Credible

Criticism

Data

Petition

Primary source

Proposed

Reliability

Supporters, opponents

Thesis

Uphold

 

Verbs related to short and extended answer questions:

Choose

Compare

Describe

Explain

Identify

List

Respond

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