Social Studies Worksheets and Study Guides Eighth Grade. Civil Rights

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Illinois Learning Standards

IL.SS.6-8. Disciplinary Concepts
SS.CV. Civics
Participation and Deliberation: Applying Civic Virtues and Democratic Principals
Less Complex (LC)
SS.CV.3.6-8.LC. Compare the means by which individuals and groups change societies, promote the common good, and protect rights.
Moderately Complex (MdC)
SS.CV.3.6-8.MdC. Compare the means by which individuals and groups change societies, promote the common good, and protect rights.
More Complex (MC)
SS.CV.3.6-8.MC. Compare the means by which individuals and groups change societies, promote the common good, and protect rights.
Processes, Rules, and Laws
Moderately Complex (MdC)
SS.CV.5.6-8.MdC. Analyze the purposes, implementation, and consequences of public policies in historic and contemporary settings.
More Complex (MC)
SS.CV.5.6-8.MC. Develop procedures for making decisions in historic and contemporary settings (such as the school, civil society, or local, state, or national government).
SS.H. History
Change, Continuity, and Context
More Complex (MC)
SS.H.1.6-8.MC. Use questions generated about individuals and groups to analyze why they, and the developments they shaped, are seen as historically significant.
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