Massachusetts Standards for Eighth Grade Social Studies

The Roaring Twenties
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The Vietnam War
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World War I
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World War II
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MA.8-12.CS. Concepts and Skills, Grades 8-12

CIVICS AND GOVERNMENT

8-12.CS.12. Define and use correctly the following words and terms: Magna Carta, parliament, habeas corpus, monarchy, and absolutism. (C)
Medieval Europe
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The United States Constitution
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GENERAL ECONOMICS SKILLS

8-12.CS.13. Define and use correctly mercantilism, feudalism, economic growth, and entrepreneur. (E)
Medieval Europe
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Economics
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8-12.CS.14. Explain how people or communities examine and weigh the benefits of each alternative when making a choice and that opportunity costs are those benefits that are given up once one alternative is chosen. (E)
Economics
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8-12.CS.15. Explain how financial markets, such as the stock market, channel funds from savers to investors. (E)
Economics
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8-12.CS.17. Explain how opportunity costs and tradeoffs can be evaluated through an analysis of marginal costs and benefits. (E)
Economics
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8-12.CS.19. Describe the role of buyers and sellers in determining the equilibrium price, and use supply and demand to explain and predict changes in quantity and price. (E)
Economics
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HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY

8-12.CS.1. Apply the skills of prekindergarten through grade seven.
Geographic Map Terms
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Geographic Tools
Throughout history, many different tools have been used to transfer graphical information. Graphs, charts, and maps are a few ways that we can represent ideas and places. Read more...iWorksheets :3Study Guides :1
Medieval Europe
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The Renaissance in Europe
What do you know about the Renaissance in Europe? The European Renaissance was a time of social, scientific, artistic, and religious rebirth. From 1463 to 1650, inventors, artists, philosophers, and scientists created and brought to light new ideas and perspectives that changed the shape of society and daily life. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
The Protestant Reformation
After the Renaissance, there was a change in thought throughout Europe. The Catholic Church was having financial problems and its role with several Kings and governments had changed; it was claimed that the Church had too much influence, and that clergy members were receiving indulgences or gifts in exchange for important Church Sacraments, such as forgiveness of sins. One man, Martin Luther, challenged the Church and their actions. Read more...iWorksheets :3Study Guides :1
The Scientific Revolution
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European Exploration and Settlement
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The Aztecs
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The Maya
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The Incas
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World War I
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World War II
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The Cold War
During and after World War II, tension between the United States and the USSR grew. Stalin was disappointed in many of the United States' decisions regarding post-war aid and nuclear research. As a result of this, the Soviet Union had little trust in the United states and President Truman. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
The Vietnam War
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The New Millennium
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8-12.CS.11. Using historical maps, locate the boundaries of the major empires of world history at the height of their powers. (H, G)
Medieval Europe
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8-12.CS.5. Explain how a cause and effect relationship is different from a sequence or correlation of events. (H, C, E)
The American Revolution
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Moving Southward and Westward
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Causes of the Civil War
FreeIn the 1800's, America was expanding and gaining new territories. The issue of slavery was everywhere and there was much conflict over whether or not the new territories should be slave states or not. Read more...iWorksheets :3Study Guides :1
Reconstruction after the Civil War
The years after the Civil War were dedicated to trying to resolve the problems that were not only the cause of the war but were aggravated by four years of fighting between the Union and the Confederacy. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
World War I
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The Roaring Twenties
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The Great Depression
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World War II
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The Cold War
During and after World War II, tension between the United States and the USSR grew. Stalin was disappointed in many of the United States' decisions regarding post-war aid and nuclear research. As a result of this, the Soviet Union had little trust in the United states and President Truman. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
The New Millennium
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Environmental Changes
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8-12.CS.6. Distinguish between long-term and short-term cause and effect relationships. (H, G, C, E)
The American Revolution
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Moving Southward and Westward
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Causes of the Civil War
FreeIn the 1800's, America was expanding and gaining new territories. The issue of slavery was everywhere and there was much conflict over whether or not the new territories should be slave states or not. Read more...iWorksheets :3Study Guides :1
Reconstruction after the Civil War
The years after the Civil War were dedicated to trying to resolve the problems that were not only the cause of the war but were aggravated by four years of fighting between the Union and the Confederacy. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
World War I
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The Roaring Twenties
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The Great Depression
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World War II
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The Cold War
During and after World War II, tension between the United States and the USSR grew. Stalin was disappointed in many of the United States' decisions regarding post-war aid and nuclear research. As a result of this, the Soviet Union had little trust in the United states and President Truman. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
The New Millennium
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Environmental Changes
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8-12.CS.7. Show connections, causal and otherwise, between particular historical events and ideas and larger social, economic, and political trends and developments. (H, G, C, E)
Medieval Europe
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The Renaissance in Europe
What do you know about the Renaissance in Europe? The European Renaissance was a time of social, scientific, artistic, and religious rebirth. From 1463 to 1650, inventors, artists, philosophers, and scientists created and brought to light new ideas and perspectives that changed the shape of society and daily life. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
The Protestant Reformation
After the Renaissance, there was a change in thought throughout Europe. The Catholic Church was having financial problems and its role with several Kings and governments had changed; it was claimed that the Church had too much influence, and that clergy members were receiving indulgences or gifts in exchange for important Church Sacraments, such as forgiveness of sins. One man, Martin Luther, challenged the Church and their actions. Read more...iWorksheets :3Study Guides :1
The Scientific Revolution
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European Exploration and Settlement
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The Aztecs
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The Maya
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The Incas
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The American Revolution
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Moving Southward and Westward
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Causes of the Civil War
FreeIn the 1800's, America was expanding and gaining new territories. The issue of slavery was everywhere and there was much conflict over whether or not the new territories should be slave states or not. Read more...iWorksheets :3Study Guides :1
Reconstruction after the Civil War
The years after the Civil War were dedicated to trying to resolve the problems that were not only the cause of the war but were aggravated by four years of fighting between the Union and the Confederacy. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
World War I
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The Roaring Twenties
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The Great Depression
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World War II
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The Cold War
During and after World War II, tension between the United States and the USSR grew. Stalin was disappointed in many of the United States' decisions regarding post-war aid and nuclear research. As a result of this, the Soviet Union had little trust in the United states and President Truman. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
The Vietnam War
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The New Millennium
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Environmental Changes
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8-12.CS.8. Interpret the past within its own historical context rather than in terms of present-day norms and values. (H, E, C)
Medieval Europe
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The Renaissance in Europe
What do you know about the Renaissance in Europe? The European Renaissance was a time of social, scientific, artistic, and religious rebirth. From 1463 to 1650, inventors, artists, philosophers, and scientists created and brought to light new ideas and perspectives that changed the shape of society and daily life. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
The Protestant Reformation
After the Renaissance, there was a change in thought throughout Europe. The Catholic Church was having financial problems and its role with several Kings and governments had changed; it was claimed that the Church had too much influence, and that clergy members were receiving indulgences or gifts in exchange for important Church Sacraments, such as forgiveness of sins. One man, Martin Luther, challenged the Church and their actions. Read more...iWorksheets :3Study Guides :1
The Scientific Revolution
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European Exploration and Settlement
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The Aztecs
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The Maya
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The Incas
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World War I
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World War II
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The Cold War
During and after World War II, tension between the United States and the USSR grew. Stalin was disappointed in many of the United States' decisions regarding post-war aid and nuclear research. As a result of this, the Soviet Union had little trust in the United states and President Truman. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
The Vietnam War
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The New Millennium
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8-12.CS.9. Distinguish intended from unintended consequences. (H, E, C)
The American Revolution
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Moving Southward and Westward
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Causes of the Civil War
FreeIn the 1800's, America was expanding and gaining new territories. The issue of slavery was everywhere and there was much conflict over whether or not the new territories should be slave states or not. Read more...iWorksheets :3Study Guides :1
Reconstruction after the Civil War
The years after the Civil War were dedicated to trying to resolve the problems that were not only the cause of the war but were aggravated by four years of fighting between the Union and the Confederacy. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
World War I
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The Roaring Twenties
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The Great Depression
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World War II
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The Cold War
During and after World War II, tension between the United States and the USSR grew. Stalin was disappointed in many of the United States' decisions regarding post-war aid and nuclear research. As a result of this, the Soviet Union had little trust in the United states and President Truman. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
The New Millennium
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Environmental Changes
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U.S. ECONOMICS SKILLS

8-12.CS.28. Analyze how federal tax and spending policies affect the national budget and the national debt. (E)
Economics
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MA.CC.RH.6-8. Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Craft and Structure

RH.6-8.4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including vocabulary specific to domains related to history/social studies.
Medieval Europe
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The Renaissance in Europe
What do you know about the Renaissance in Europe? The European Renaissance was a time of social, scientific, artistic, and religious rebirth. From 1463 to 1650, inventors, artists, philosophers, and scientists created and brought to light new ideas and perspectives that changed the shape of society and daily life. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
The Protestant Reformation
After the Renaissance, there was a change in thought throughout Europe. The Catholic Church was having financial problems and its role with several Kings and governments had changed; it was claimed that the Church had too much influence, and that clergy members were receiving indulgences or gifts in exchange for important Church Sacraments, such as forgiveness of sins. One man, Martin Luther, challenged the Church and their actions. Read more...iWorksheets :3Study Guides :1
The Scientific Revolution
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European Exploration and Settlement
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The Aztecs
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The Maya
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The Incas
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Colonial Settlement
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Colonial Life
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The American Revolution
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The Articles of Confederation
The document entitled "The Articles of Confideration" was the first governing document of the United States. The Articles of Confederation made the laws regarding how the newly united colonies handles and shared money, reacted to war, and settled disputes. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
The United States Constitution
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The New Government in Operation
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The Alamo
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The Nation Grows and Expands
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The Erie Canal
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The Jackson Age
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Moving Southward and Westward
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The Abolitionist Movement
The Abolitionist Movement started with the denunciation of slavery by the Quakers of Pennsylvania, a religion community of believers in equality and peace. After their public resistance to slavery, many other groups of people joined their fight for the abolition of slavery. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
Women's Rights
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Causes of the Civil War
FreeIn the 1800's, America was expanding and gaining new territories. The issue of slavery was everywhere and there was much conflict over whether or not the new territories should be slave states or not. Read more...iWorksheets :3Study Guides :1
The Civil War
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Reconstruction after the Civil War
The years after the Civil War were dedicated to trying to resolve the problems that were not only the cause of the war but were aggravated by four years of fighting between the Union and the Confederacy. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
Industrial Growth
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Progressive Era
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Expansionism
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World War I
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The Roaring Twenties
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The Great Depression
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World War II
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The Cold War
During and after World War II, tension between the United States and the USSR grew. Stalin was disappointed in many of the United States' decisions regarding post-war aid and nuclear research. As a result of this, the Soviet Union had little trust in the United states and President Truman. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
Civil Rights
The American Civil Rights Movement developed as many worked to ensure equality and civil rights for many groups, mainly African Americans. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
The Vietnam War
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The New Millennium
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Mesopotamia
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Egypt
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Ancient Israel
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Phoenicia
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Ancient Greece
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Ancient Rome
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Ancient China
FreeThe history of Ancient China spans thousands of years and a number of different dynasties. Certain Chinese dynasties lasted hundreds of years, while others were overthrown and replaced quickly by new leaders. Despite this, much of Chinese culture and religion was steadfast. Read more...iWorksheets :3Study Guides :1
Mexico
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Canada
Canada has a rich history of being home to many aboriginal peoples, including Indian tribes and the Inuit. When European explorers began to reach Canada, they found a land rich in resources and began to settle in this area of North America. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
Central America
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South America
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Economics
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RH.6-8.5. Describe how a text presents information (e.g., sequentially, comparatively, causally).
Geographic Map Terms
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Geographic Tools
Throughout history, many different tools have been used to transfer graphical information. Graphs, charts, and maps are a few ways that we can represent ideas and places. Read more...iWorksheets :3Study Guides :1
Medieval Europe
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The Renaissance in Europe
What do you know about the Renaissance in Europe? The European Renaissance was a time of social, scientific, artistic, and religious rebirth. From 1463 to 1650, inventors, artists, philosophers, and scientists created and brought to light new ideas and perspectives that changed the shape of society and daily life. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
The Protestant Reformation
After the Renaissance, there was a change in thought throughout Europe. The Catholic Church was having financial problems and its role with several Kings and governments had changed; it was claimed that the Church had too much influence, and that clergy members were receiving indulgences or gifts in exchange for important Church Sacraments, such as forgiveness of sins. One man, Martin Luther, challenged the Church and their actions. Read more...iWorksheets :3Study Guides :1
The Scientific Revolution
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European Exploration and Settlement
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The Aztecs
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The Maya
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The Incas
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Colonial Settlement
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Colonial Life
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The American Revolution
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The Articles of Confederation
The document entitled "The Articles of Confideration" was the first governing document of the United States. The Articles of Confederation made the laws regarding how the newly united colonies handles and shared money, reacted to war, and settled disputes. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
The United States Constitution
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The New Government in Operation
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The Alamo
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The Nation Grows and Expands
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The Erie Canal
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The Jackson Age
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Moving Southward and Westward
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The Abolitionist Movement
The Abolitionist Movement started with the denunciation of slavery by the Quakers of Pennsylvania, a religion community of believers in equality and peace. After their public resistance to slavery, many other groups of people joined their fight for the abolition of slavery. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
Women's Rights
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Causes of the Civil War
FreeIn the 1800's, America was expanding and gaining new territories. The issue of slavery was everywhere and there was much conflict over whether or not the new territories should be slave states or not. Read more...iWorksheets :3Study Guides :1
The Civil War
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Reconstruction after the Civil War
The years after the Civil War were dedicated to trying to resolve the problems that were not only the cause of the war but were aggravated by four years of fighting between the Union and the Confederacy. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
Industrial Growth
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Progressive Era
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Expansionism
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World War I
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The Roaring Twenties
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The Great Depression
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World War II
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The Cold War
During and after World War II, tension between the United States and the USSR grew. Stalin was disappointed in many of the United States' decisions regarding post-war aid and nuclear research. As a result of this, the Soviet Union had little trust in the United states and President Truman. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
Civil Rights
The American Civil Rights Movement developed as many worked to ensure equality and civil rights for many groups, mainly African Americans. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
The Vietnam War
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The New Millennium
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Mesopotamia
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Egypt
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Ancient Israel
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Phoenicia
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Ancient Greece
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Ancient Rome
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Ancient China
FreeThe history of Ancient China spans thousands of years and a number of different dynasties. Certain Chinese dynasties lasted hundreds of years, while others were overthrown and replaced quickly by new leaders. Despite this, much of Chinese culture and religion was steadfast. Read more...iWorksheets :3Study Guides :1
Mexico
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Canada
Canada has a rich history of being home to many aboriginal peoples, including Indian tribes and the Inuit. When European explorers began to reach Canada, they found a land rich in resources and began to settle in this area of North America. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
Central America
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South America
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Economics
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Environmental Changes
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Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

RH.6-8.10. By the end of grade 8, read and comprehend history/social studies texts in the grades 6-8 text complexity band independently and proficiently.
Geographic Map Terms
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Geographic Tools
Throughout history, many different tools have been used to transfer graphical information. Graphs, charts, and maps are a few ways that we can represent ideas and places. Read more...iWorksheets :3Study Guides :1
Medieval Europe
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The Renaissance in Europe
What do you know about the Renaissance in Europe? The European Renaissance was a time of social, scientific, artistic, and religious rebirth. From 1463 to 1650, inventors, artists, philosophers, and scientists created and brought to light new ideas and perspectives that changed the shape of society and daily life. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
The Protestant Reformation
After the Renaissance, there was a change in thought throughout Europe. The Catholic Church was having financial problems and its role with several Kings and governments had changed; it was claimed that the Church had too much influence, and that clergy members were receiving indulgences or gifts in exchange for important Church Sacraments, such as forgiveness of sins. One man, Martin Luther, challenged the Church and their actions. Read more...iWorksheets :3Study Guides :1
The Scientific Revolution
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European Exploration and Settlement
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The Aztecs
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The Maya
Worksheets :3Study Guides :1
The Incas
Worksheets :3Study Guides :1
Colonial Settlement
Worksheets :4Study Guides :1
Colonial Life
Worksheets :3Study Guides :1
The American Revolution
Worksheets :4Study Guides :1
The Articles of Confederation
The document entitled "The Articles of Confideration" was the first governing document of the United States. The Articles of Confederation made the laws regarding how the newly united colonies handles and shared money, reacted to war, and settled disputes. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
The United States Constitution
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The New Government in Operation
Worksheets :3Study Guides :1
The Alamo
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The Nation Grows and Expands
Worksheets :4Study Guides :1
The Erie Canal
Worksheets :3Study Guides :1
The Jackson Age
Worksheets :3Study Guides :1
Moving Southward and Westward
Worksheets :3Study Guides :1
The Abolitionist Movement
The Abolitionist Movement started with the denunciation of slavery by the Quakers of Pennsylvania, a religion community of believers in equality and peace. After their public resistance to slavery, many other groups of people joined their fight for the abolition of slavery. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
Women's Rights
Worksheets :4Study Guides :1
Causes of the Civil War
FreeIn the 1800's, America was expanding and gaining new territories. The issue of slavery was everywhere and there was much conflict over whether or not the new territories should be slave states or not. Read more...iWorksheets :3Study Guides :1
The Civil War
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Reconstruction after the Civil War
The years after the Civil War were dedicated to trying to resolve the problems that were not only the cause of the war but were aggravated by four years of fighting between the Union and the Confederacy. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
Industrial Growth
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Progressive Era
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Expansionism
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World War I
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The Roaring Twenties
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The Great Depression
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World War II
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The Cold War
During and after World War II, tension between the United States and the USSR grew. Stalin was disappointed in many of the United States' decisions regarding post-war aid and nuclear research. As a result of this, the Soviet Union had little trust in the United states and President Truman. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
Civil Rights
The American Civil Rights Movement developed as many worked to ensure equality and civil rights for many groups, mainly African Americans. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
The Vietnam War
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The New Millennium
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Mesopotamia
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Egypt
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Ancient Israel
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Phoenicia
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Ancient Greece
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Ancient Rome
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Ancient China
FreeThe history of Ancient China spans thousands of years and a number of different dynasties. Certain Chinese dynasties lasted hundreds of years, while others were overthrown and replaced quickly by new leaders. Despite this, much of Chinese culture and religion was steadfast. Read more...iWorksheets :3Study Guides :1
Mexico
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Canada
Canada has a rich history of being home to many aboriginal peoples, including Indian tribes and the Inuit. When European explorers began to reach Canada, they found a land rich in resources and began to settle in this area of North America. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
Central America
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South America
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Economics
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Environmental Changes
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MA.USI. U.S. History I (The Revolution through Reconstruction, 1763-1877)

ECONOMIC GROWTH IN THE NORTH AND SOUTH, 1800-1860

USI.27. Explain the importance of the Transportation Revolution of the 19th century (the building of canals, roads, bridges, turnpikes, steamboats, and railroads), including the stimulus it provided to the growth of a market economy. (H, E)
The Nation Grows and Expands
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The Erie Canal
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Industrial Growth
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USI.28. Explain the emergence and impact of the textile industry in New England and industrial growth generally throughout antebellum America. (H, E)
USI.28.A. The technological improvements and inventions that contributed to industrial growth
Industrial Growth
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USI.28.C. The rise of a business class of merchants and manufacturers
Industrial Growth
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USI.28.D. The roles of women in New England textile factories
Industrial Growth
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USI.29. Describe the rapid growth of slavery in the South after 1800 and analyze slave life and resistance on plantations and farms across the South, as well as the impact of the cotton gin on the economics of slavery and Southern agriculture. (H)
The Nation Grows and Expands
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The Abolitionist Movement
The Abolitionist Movement started with the denunciation of slavery by the Quakers of Pennsylvania, a religion community of believers in equality and peace. After their public resistance to slavery, many other groups of people joined their fight for the abolition of slavery. Read more...iWorksheets :4Study Guides :1
Causes of the Civil War
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POLITICAL DEMOCRATIZATION, WESTWARD EXPANSION, AND DIPLOMATIC DEVELOPMENTS, 1790-1860

USI.22. Summarize the major policies and political developments that took place during the presidencies of George Washington (1789-1797), John Adams (1797-1801), and Thomas Jefferson (1801-1809). (H, C)
USI.22.B. The conflicting ideas of Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton
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USI.22.C. The Alien and Sedition Acts
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USI.22.D. The Louisiana Purchase
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USI.23. Analyze the rising levels of political participation and the expansion of suffrage in antebellum America. (C, H)
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USI.24. Describe the election of 1828, the importance of Jacksonian democracy, and Jackson's actions as President. (H)
USI.24.A. The spoils system
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USI.24.C. Jackson's policy of Indian Removal
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USI.26. Describe the causes, course, and consequences of America's westward expansion and its growing diplomatic assertiveness. Use a map of North America to trace America's expansion to the Civil War, including the location of the Santa Fe and Oregon trails. (H, E, G)
USI.26.A. The War of 1812
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USI.26.C. The 1823 Monroe Doctrine
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USI.26.D. The Cherokees' Trail of Tears
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USI.26.E. The annexation of Texas in 1845
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Moving Southward and Westward
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Mexico
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USI.26.F. The concept of Manifest Destiny and its relationship to westward expansion
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USI.26.G. The acquisition of the Oregon Territory in 1846
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USI.26.H. The territorial acquisitions resulting from the Mexican War
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Mexico
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USI.26.I. The search for gold in California
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USI.26.J. The Gadsden Purchase of 1854
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SOCIAL, POLITICAL, AND RELIGIOUS CHANGE, 1800-1860

USI.31. Describe the formation of the abolitionist movement, the roles of various abolitionists, and the response of southerners and northerners to abolitionism. (H)
USI.31.B. William Lloyd Garrison
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USI.31.C. Sojourner Truth
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USI.31.D. Harriet Tubman
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USI.31.E. Theodore Weld
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USI.33. Analyze the goals and effect of the antebellum women's suffrage movement. (H)
USI.33.A. The 1848 Seneca Falls convention
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USI.33.B. Susan B. Anthony
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USI.33.C. Margaret Fuller
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USI.33.D. Lucretia Mott
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USI.33.E. Elizabeth Cady Stanton
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THE CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION, 1860-1877

USI.36. Summarize the critical developments leading to the Civil War. (H)
USI.36.D. The Compromise of 1850
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USI.36.F. The Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854)
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USI.36.G. The Dred Scott Supreme Court case (1857)
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USI.36.H. The Lincoln-Douglas debates (1858)
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USI.36.I. John Brown's raid on Harper's Ferry (1859)
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USI.36.J. The election of Abraham Lincoln (1860)
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USI.37. On a map of North America, identify Union and Confederate States at the outbreak of the war. (H, G)
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USI.38. Analyze Abraham Lincoln's presidency, the Emancipation Proclamation (1863), his views on slavery, and the political obstacles he encountered. (H, C)
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USI.39. Analyze the roles and policies of various Civil War leaders and describe the important Civil War battles and events. (H)
USI.39.1. Leaders:
USI.39.1.A. Jefferson Davis
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USI.39.1.B. Ulysses S. Grant
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USI.39.1.C. Robert E. Lee
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USI.39.2. Battles:
USI.39.2.B. Antietam
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USI.39.2.C. Vicksburg
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USI.39.2.D. Gettysburg
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USI.40. Provide examples of the various effects of the Civil War. (H, E)
USI.40.A. Physical and economic destruction
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USI.40.B. The increased role of the federal government
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USI.40.C. The greatest loss of life on a per capita basis of any U.S. war before or since
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USI.41. Explain the policies and consequences of Reconstruction. (H, C)
USI.41.A. Presidential and Congressional Reconstruction
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USI.41.B. The impeachment of President Johnson
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USI.41.C. The 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments
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USI.41.D. The opposition of Southern whites to Reconstruction
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USI.41.E. The accomplishments and failures of Radical Reconstruction
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USI.41.F. The presidential election of 1876 and the end of Reconstruction
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USI.41.G. The rise of Jim Crow laws
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THE FORMATION AND FRAMEWORK OF AMERICAN DEMOCRACY

USI.14. Explain the characteristics of American democracy, including the concepts of popular sovereignty and constitutional government, which includes representative institutions, federalism, separation of powers, shared powers, checks and balances, and individual rights. (H, C)
The United States Constitution
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USI.16. Describe the evolution of the role of the federal government, including public services, taxation, economic policy, foreign policy, and common defense. (H, C)
Economics
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USI.20. Explain the evolution and function of political parties, including their role in federal, state, and local elections. (H, C)
Progressive Era
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THE POLITICAL AND INTELLECTUAL ORIGINS OF THE AMERICAN NATION: THE REVOLUTION AND THE CONSTITUTION, 1763-1789

USI.1. Explain the political and economic factors that contributed to the American Revolution. (H, C)
USI.1.A. The impact on the colonies of the French and Indian War, including how the war led to an overhaul of British imperial policy from 1763 to 1775
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Canada
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USI.1.B. How freedom from European feudalism and aristocracy and the widespread ownership of property fostered individualism and contributed to the Revolution
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USI.3. Explain the influence and ideas of the Declaration of Independence and the political philosophy of Thomas Jefferson. (H, C)
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USI.4. Analyze how Americans resisted British policies before 1775 and analyze the reasons for the American victory and the British defeat during the Revolutionary war. (H)
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USI.5. Explain the role of Massachusetts in the revolution, including important events that took place in Massachusetts and important leaders from Massachusetts. (H)
USI.5.A. The Boston Massacre
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USI.5.C. The Battles of Lexington and Concord and Bunker Hill
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USI.6. Explain the reasons for the adoption of the Articles of Confederation in 1781, including why its drafters created a weak central government; analyze the shortcomings of the national government under the Articles; and describe the crucial events (e.g., Shays's rebellion) leading to the Constitutional Convention. (H, C)
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USI.7. Explain the roles of various founders at the Constitutional Convention. Describe the major debates that occurred at the Convention and the ''Great Compromise'' that was reached. (H, C)
USI.7.2. Founders
USI.7.2.B. Alexander Hamilton
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USI.7.2.C. James Madison
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USI.7.2.D. George Washington
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USI.9. Explain the reasons for the passage of the Bill of Rights. (H, C)
USI.9.A. The influence of the British concept of limited government
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USI.9.B. The particular ways in which the Bill of Rights protects basic freedoms, restricts government power, and ensures rights to persons accused of crimes
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MA.USII. U.S. History II (Reconstruction to the Present, 1877-2001)

COLD WAR AMERICA AT HOME: ECONOMIC GROWTH AND OPTIMISM, ANTICOMMUNISM, AND REFORM, 1945-1980

USII.23. Analyze the following domestic policies of Presidents Truman and Eisenhower. (H)
USII.23.C. Eisenhower's response to the Soviet's launching of Sputnik
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USII.23.D. Eisenhower's civil rights record
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USII.25. Analyze the origins, goals, and key events of the Civil Rights movement. (H)
USII.25.1. People:
USII.25.1.A. Robert Kennedy
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USII.25.1.B. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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USII.25.1.C. Thurgood Marshall
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USII.25.1.D. Rosa Parks
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USII.25.1.E. Malcolm X
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USII.25.3. Events:
USII.25.3.B. The 1955-1956 Montgomery Bus Boycott
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USII.25.3.C. The 1957-1958 Little Rock School Crisis
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USII.25.3.D. The sit-ins and freedom rides of the early 1960s
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USII.25.3.E. The 1963 civil rights protest in Birmingham
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USII.25.3.F. The 1963 March on Washington
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USII.25.3.G. The 1965 civil rights protest in Selma
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USII.25.3.H. The 1968 assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.
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USII.26. Describe the accomplishments of the civil rights movement. (H, E)
USII.26.A. The 1964 Civil Rights Act and the 1965 Voting Rights Act
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USII.26.B. The growth of the African American middle class, increased political power, and declining rates of African American poverty
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USII.28. Analyze the important domestic policies and events that took place during the presidencies of Presidents Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon. (H)
USII.28.A. The space exploration program
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USII.28.B. The assassination of President Kennedy
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CONTEMPORARY AMERICA, 1980-2001

USII.33. Analyze the course and consequences of America's recent diplomatic initiatives. (H, C)
USII.33.D. America's response to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York City and on the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.
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INDUSTRIAL AMERICA AND ITS EMERGING ROLE IN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, 1870-1920

USII.1. Explain the various causes of the Industrial Revolution. (H, E)
USII.1.A. The economic impetus provided by the Civil War
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USII.1.B. Important technological and scientific advances
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USII.1.C. The role of business leaders, entrepreneurs, and inventors such as Alexander Graham Bell, Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Edison, J.P. Morgan, John D. Rockefeller, and Cornelius Vanderbilt
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USII.2. Explain the important consequences of the Industrial Revolution. (H, E)
USII.2.A. The growth of big business
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USII.5. Explain the formation and goals of unions as well as the rise of radical political parties during the Industrial era. (H, E)
USII.5.A. The Knights of Labor
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USII.5.B. The American Federation of Labor headed by Samuel Gompers
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USII.5.D. The Socialist Party headed by Eugene Debs
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USII.6. Analyze the causes and course of America's growing role in world affairs from the Civil War to World War I. (H, E)
USII.6.D. The Spanish-American War
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USII.6.F. President Roosevelt's Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine
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USII.6.G. America's role in the building of the Panama Canal
Expansionism
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USII.6.H. President Taft's Dollar Diplomacy
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USII.6.I. President Wilson's intervention in Mexico
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USII.6.J. American entry into World War I
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USII.7. Explain the course and significance of President Wilson's wartime diplomacy, including his Fourteen Points, the League of Nations, and the failure of the Versailles treaty. (H)
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THE AGE OF REFORM: PROGRESSIVISM AND THE NEW DEAL, 1900-1940

USII.10. Describe how the battle between traditionalism and modernity manifested itself in the major historical trends and events after World War I and throughout the 1920s. (H)
USII.10.E. Prohibition
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USII.11. Describe the various causes and consequences of the global depression of the 1930s, and analyze how Americans responded to the Great Depression. (H, E)
USII.11.A. Restrictive monetary policies
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USII.11.B. Unemployment
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USII.11.C. Support for political and economic reform
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USII.12. Analyze the important policies, institutions, and personalities of the New Deal era. (H)
USII.12.1. People:
USII.12.1.A. President Herbert Hoover
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USII.12.1.D. Huey Long
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USII.12.1.E. Charles Coughlin
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USII.12.2. Policies:
USII.12.2.B. The Securities and Exchange Commission
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USII.12.2.C. The Tennessee Valley Authority
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USII.12.2.D. The Social Security Act, the National Labor Relations Act
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USII.12.2.E. The Works Progress Administration
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USII.12.2.F. The Fair Labor Standards Act
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USII.12.3. Institutions:
USII.12.3.A. The American Federation of Labor
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USII.12.3.B. The Congress of Industrial Organizations
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USII.13. Explain how the Great Depression and the New Deal affected American society. (H)
USII.13.A. The increased importance of the federal government in establishing economic and social policies
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USII.13.B. The emergence of a ''New Deal coalition'' consisting of African Americans, blue-collar workers, poor farmers, Jews, and Catholics
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USII.8. Analyze the origins of Progressivism and important Progressive leaders, and summarize the major accomplishments of Progressivism. (H, E)
USII.8.1. People:
USII.8.1.B. William Jennings Bryan
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USII.8.1.C. John Dewey
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USII.8.1.D. Robert La Follette
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USII.8.1.E. President Theodore Roosevelt
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USII.8.1.G. President William H. Taft
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USII.8.1.I. President Woodrow Wilson
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USII.8.2. Policies:
USII.8.2.A. Bans against child labor
The Nation Grows and Expands
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Industrial Growth
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USII.8.2.C. The Sherman Anti-Trust Act (1890)
Progressive Era
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USII.8.2.G. The Clayton Anti-Trust Act (1914)
Progressive Era
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USII.8.2.H. The ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1920
The United States Constitution
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Women's Rights
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USII.9. Analyze the post-Civil War struggles of African Americans and women to gain basic civil rights. (H)
USII.9.A. Carrie Chapman Catt
Women's Rights
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USII.9.E. Alice Paul
The United States Constitution
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Women's Rights
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THE COLD WAR ABROAD, 1945-1989

USII.18. Analyze the factors that contributed to the Cold War and describe the policy of containment as America's response to Soviet expansionist policies. (H)
USII.18.A. The differences between the Soviet and American political and economic systems
The Cold War
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USII.18.B. Soviet aggression in Eastern Europe
The Cold War
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USII.18.C. The Truman Doctrine, the Marshall Plan, and NATO
The Cold War
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USII.19. Analyze the sources and, with a map of the world, locate the areas of Cold War conflict between the U.S. and the Soviet Union. (H, G)
USII.19.B. Germany
The Cold War
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USII.19.F. Latin America
The Cold War
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USII.19.H. The Vietnam War
The Vietnam War
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USII.20. Explain the causes, course, and consequences of the Vietnam War and summarize the diplomatic and military policies of Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon. (H)
The Vietnam War
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WORLD WAR II, 1939-1945

USII.14. Explain the strength of American isolationism after World War I and analyze its impact on U.S. foreign policy. (H)
The Roaring Twenties
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USII.15. Analyze how German aggression in Europe and Japanese aggression in Asia contributed to the start of World War II and summarize the major battles and events of the war. On a map of the world, locate the Allied powers (Britain, France, the Soviet Union, and the United States) and Axis powers (Germany, Italy, and Japan). (H)
USII.15.E. Pearl Harbor, Midway, D-Day, Okinawa, the Battle of the Bulge, Iwo Jima, and the Yalta and Potsdam conferences
World War II
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USII.16. Explain the reasons for the dropping of atom bombs on Japan and their short and long-term effects. (H)
World War II
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USII.17. Explain important domestic events that took place during the war. (H, E)
USII.17.A. How war-inspired economic growth ended the Great Depression
The Great Depression
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MA.WHI. World History I (The World from the Fall of Rome through the Enlightenment)

HISTORY OF CHINA, JAPAN, AND KOREA TO 1800

WHI.24. Describe the growth of commerce and towns in China and the importance of agriculture to the development of the Chinese economy to 1800, including the limited role of slavery. (H)
Ancient China
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RENAISSANCE AND THE REFORMATION IN EUROPE

WHI.29. Describe the origins and development of the Renaissance, including the influence and accomplishments of Machiavelli, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, Shakespeare, and Johannes Gutenberg. (H)
The Renaissance in Europe
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The Protestant Reformation
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WHI.30. Describe origins and effects of the Protestant Reformation. (H)
WHI.30.A. The reasons for the growing discontent with the Catholic Church, including the main ideas of Martin Luther and John Calvin
The Protestant Reformation
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WHI.30.B. The spread of Protestantism across Europe, including the reasons and consequences of England's break with the Catholic Church
The Protestant Reformation
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WHI.30.C. The weakening of a uniform Christian faith
The Protestant Reformation
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WHI.30.D. The consolidation of royal power
The Protestant Reformation
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WHI.31. Explain the purposes and policies of the Catholic Counter-Reformation, including the influence and ideas of Ignatius Loyola. (H)
The Protestant Reformation
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SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION AND THE ENLIGHTENMENT IN EUROPE

WHI.33. Summarize how the Scientific Revolution and the scientific method led to new theories of the universe and describe the accomplishments of leading figures of the Scientific Revolution, including Bacon, Copernicus, Descartes, Galileo, Kepler, and Newton. (H)
The Scientific Revolution
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THE EMERGENCE AND EXPANSION OF ISLAM TO 1500

WHI.4. Describe the central political, economic, and religious developments in major periods of Islamic history. (H, E)
WHI.4.B. The importance of the trade routes connecting the Far East and Europe and the role of the Mongols in increasing trade along these routes, including the silk routes to China
Ancient China
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WHI.4.C. The relationship of trade to the growth of Central Asian and Middle Eastern cities
Ancient China
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THE ENCOUNTERS BETWEEN CHRISTIANITY AND ISLAM TO 1500

WHI.9. Describe the religious and political origins of conflicts between Islam and Christianity, including the causes, course, and consequences of the European Crusades against Islam in the 11th, 12th, and 13th centuries. (H)
Medieval Europe
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THE MEDIEVAL PERIOD IN EUROPE TO 1500

WHI.6. Describe the rise and achievements of the Byzantine Empire. (H)
WHI.6.A. The influence of Constantine, including the establishment of Christianity as an officially sanctioned religion.
Medieval Europe
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WHI.6.C. The preservation of Greek and Roman traditions
Medieval Europe
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WHI.6.D. The construction of the Church of the Holy Wisdom (Hagia Sophia).
Medieval Europe
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WHI.7. Describe the major economic, social, and political developments that took place in medieval Europe. (H, E)
WHI.7.A. The growing influence of Christianity and the Catholic Church
Medieval Europe
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WHI.7.B. The differing orders of medieval society, the development of feudalism, and the development of private property as a distinguishing feature of western civilization
Medieval Europe
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WHI.7.C. The initial emergence of a modern economy, including the growth of banking, technological and agricultural improvements, commerce, towns, and a merchant class
Medieval Europe
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WHI.8. Describe developments in medieval English legal and constitutional history and their importance in the rise of modern democratic institutions and procedures, including the Magna Carta, parliament, and habeas corpus. (H, C)
Medieval Europe
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The United States Constitution
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THE ORIGINS OF EUROPEAN WESTERN EXPANSION AND THE CIVILIZATIONS OF CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA

WHI.13. Identify the three major pre-Columbian civilizations that existed in Central and South America (Maya, Aztec, and Inca) and their locations. Describe their political structures, religious practices, economies, art and architecture, and use of slaves. (H,G, E)
The Aztecs
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The Maya
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The Incas
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WHI.14. Identify the major economic, political, and social effects of the European colonial period in South America. (H, E)
The Aztecs
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Mexico
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MA.WHII. World History II (The Rise of the Nation State to the Present)

ASIAN, AFRICAN, AND LATIN AMERICAN HISTORY IN THE 19TH AND EARLY 20TH CENTURIES

WHII.16. Identify the major developments of Latin American history to the early 20th century. (H, E)
WHII.16.B. Economic and social stratification
Mexico
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WHII.16.C. The role of the church
Mexico
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WHII.16.E. The growing influence of the United States as demonstrated by the Spanish American War and the building of the Panama Canal
Expansionism
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WHII.16.F. The Mexican Revolution
Mexico
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COLD WAR ERA, 1945-1989

WHII.30. Summarize the factors that contributed to the Cold War, including Soviet expansion in Eastern Europe and the differences between democracy and communism. (H, C)
The Cold War
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WHII.31. Describe the policy of containment, including the Truman Doctrine, the Marshall Plan, and NATO, as America's response to Soviet expansionist policies. (H)
The Cold War
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WHII.32. Describe the development of the arms race and the key events of the Cold War era. (H)
WHII.32.D. Soviet-U.S. competition in the Middle East
The Cold War
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WHII.32.E. Conflicts involving Cuba and Berlin
The Cold War
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WHII.32.F. The Vietnam War
The Vietnam War
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WHII.37. Describe how the work of scientists in the 20th century influenced historical events, changed the lives of the general populace, and led to further scientific research. (H)
WHII.37.C. Wernher von Braun and space exploration
The Cold War
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WHII.38. Describe the development and goals of nationalist movements in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East, including the ideas and importance of nationalist leaders. (H)
WHII.38.C. Ho Chi Minh (Vietnam)
The Vietnam War
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INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION AND SOCIAL AND POLITICAL CHANGE IN EUROPE, 1800-1914

WHII.10. Summarize the causes, course, and consequences of the unification of Italy and Germany. (H)
WHII.10.A. Germany's replacement of France as the dominant power in continental Europe
World War I
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THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD, 1989-2001

WHII.40. Identify the causes for the decline and collapse of the Soviet Union and the communist regimes of Eastern Europe. (H, E)
WHII.40.A. The weaknesses of the Soviet command economy
Economics
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WHII.42. Analyze the consequences of the Soviet Union's breakup. (H, E)
WHII.42.C. The danger of the spread of nuclear technology and other technologies of mass destruction to rogue states and terrorist organizations
The New Millennium
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WHII.47. Explain the rise and funding of Islamic fundamentalism in the last half of the 20th century and identify the major events and forces in the Middle East over the last several decades. (H, E)
WHII.47.F. The increase in terrorist attacks against Israel and the United States
The New Millennium
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WHII.48. Describe America's response to and the wider consequences of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington, D. C. (H)
The New Millennium
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THE GREAT WARS, 1914-1945

WHII.17. Describe the relative importance of economic and imperial competition, Balkan nationalism, German militarism and aggression, and the power vacuum in Europe due to the declining power of the Russian, Austrian, and Ottoman Empires in causing World War I. (H, E)
World War I
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WHII.18. Summarize the major events and consequences of World War I. (H, E)
WHII.18.A. Physical and economic destruction
World War I
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WHII.18.C. The collapse of the Romanov dynasty and the subsequent Bolshevik Revolution and Civil War in Russia
World War I
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WHII.18.F. The unprecedented loss of life from prolonged trench warfare
World War I
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WHII.20. Describe the various causes and consequences of the global depression of the 1930s, and analyze how governments responded to the Great Depression. (H, E)
WHII.20.A. Restrictive monetary policies
The Great Depression
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WHII.20.B. Unemployment and inflation
The Great Depression
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WHII.21. Describe the rise and goals of totalitarianism in Italy, Germany, and the Soviet Union, and analyze the policies and main ideas of Mussolini, Hitler, Lenin, and Stalin. (H)
World War I
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WHII.22. Summarize the consequences of Soviet communism to 1945. (H, E)
WHII.22.A. The establishment of a one-party dictatorship under Lenin
World War I
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WHII.24. Summarize the key battles and events of World War II. (H)
WHII.24.A. The German conquest of continental Europe
World War II
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WHII.24.B. The Battle of Britain
World War II
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WHII.24.C. Pearl Harbor
World War II
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WHII.24.E. El Alamein
World War II
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WHII.24.F. Midway
World War II
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WHII.24.G. Stalingrad
World War II
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WHII.24.I. Battle of the Bulge
World War II
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WHII.27. Explain the reasons for the dropping of atom bombs on Japan and its short and long-term effects. (H)
World War II
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WHII.28. Explain the consequences of World War II. (H, E)
WHII.28.A. Physical and economic destruction
World War II
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WHII.28.B. The enormous loss of life, including millions of civilians through the bombing of population centers and the slaughter of political opponents and ethnic minorities
World War II
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WHII.28.C. Support in Europe for political reform and decolonization
World War II
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THE GROWTH OF THE NATION STATE IN EUROPE

WHII.4. Summarize the major effects of the French Revolution. (H)
WHII.4.D. Its support for the ideas of popular sovereignty, religious tolerance, and legal equality
The United States Constitution
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