Missouri Social Studies Standards (1996) — Grade 11


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AH.1.1-1A

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of US History from Reconstruction to the present: labor, natural resources, and capital resources

AH.1.1-1J

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of the historical period studied: natural resources, labor, and capital resources

AH.1.1-1K

Explain the importance of the following principles of government since Reconstruction: majority rule and minority rights

AH.1.1-1L

Assess the changing roles of the following: checks and balances

AH.1.1-1O

Analyze the roles people, business, labor unions, and government play in the United States economy: how monopolies affect people's lives and how they are regulated

AH.1.1-2A

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of US History from Reconstruction to the present: supply and demand (shortages and surpluses)

AH.1.1-2J

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of the historical period studied: supply and demand (shortages and surpluses)

AH.1.1-2K

Explain the importance of the following principles of government since Reconstruction: constitution and civil rights

AH.1.1-2L

Assess the changing roles of the following: separation of powers

AH.1.1-2O

Analyze the roles people, business, labor unions, and government play in the United States economy: how boycotts, strikes, and embargoes affect trade and people's options

AH.1.1-3A

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of US History from Reconstruction to the present: savings and investment

AH.1.1-3J

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of the historical period studied: business cycle

AH.1.1-3K

Explain the importance of the following principles of government since Reconstruction: checks and balances

AH.1.1-3L

Assess the changing roles of the following: federalism

AH.1.1-3O

Analyze the roles people, business, labor unions, and government play in the United States economy: monetary policy (why the Federal Reserve System influences interest rates and money supply)

AH.1.1-4A

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of US History from Reconstruction to the present: business cycle

AH.1.1-4J

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of the historical period studied: government regulation and deregulation

AH.1.1-4L

Assess the changing roles of the following: define and explain judicial review

AH.1.1-4O

Analyze the roles people, business, labor unions, and government play in the United States economy: fiscal policy (government taxation and spending)

AH.1.1-5A

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of US History from Reconstruction to the present: profit

AH.1.1-5J

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of the historical period studied: unemployment and full employment

AH.1.1-6A

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of US History from Reconstruction to the present: government regulation and deregulation

AH.1.1-6J

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of the historical period studied: inflation and deflation

AH.1.1-7A

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of US History from Reconstruction to the present: unemployment and full employment

AH.1.1-7J

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of the historical period studied: saving and investment

AH.1.1-8A

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of US History from Reconstruction to the present: inflation and deflation

AH.1.1-8J

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of the historical period studied: profit

AH.1.1-aC

Describe physical characteristics and human characteristics that make specific places unique

AH.1.1-cA

Define and explain judicial review

AH.1.1-I

Explain the functions and effects of major economic institutions of the United States economy, such as coroporations, labor unions and financial institutions

AH.1.1-K

Identify the roles of the government in the US economy (defining and protecting property rights, maintaining competition, promoting goals such as full employment, stable prices, growth and justice)

AH.1.1-M

Analyze the roles and influence of political parties and interest groups since Reconstruction to the present

AH.1.1-Q

Explain the United States role in the global economy and of the roles of trade, treaties, international organizations and comparative advantage in the global economy

AH.1.1-R

Identify the roles of government in the US economy (defining and protecting property rights, maintaining competition, promoting goals such as full employment, stable prices, growth and justice)

AH.1.1-T

Describe the physical characteristics and human characteristics that make places unique, explain how and why places change, explain how and why different people may perceive the same place in varied ways throughout the United States since Reconstruction

AH.1.1-V

List and explain criteria that give regions their identities in different periods of United States History, explain how and why regions change

AH.1.1, 1.4-E

Develop a research plan and identify appropriate resources for investigating social studies topics

AH.1.4, 1.5-B

Locate the major cities of Missouri, the United States and world; states of the United States and many of the world's nations; the world's continents and oceans; and major topographic features of the United States and the world

AH.1.5-F

Interpret maps, statistics, charts, diagrams, graphs, timelines, pictures, political cartoons, audiovisual materials, continua, written resources, art and artifacts

AH.1.5-S

Locate the major cities of Missouri, the United States, and world; states of the United States and many of the world's nations; the world's continents and oceans; and major topographic features of the United States and the world

AH.1.5, 1.7-A

Distinguish between and analyze primary sources and secondary sources

AH.1.6-aF

List and explain criteria that give regions their identities in different periods of United States history

AH.1.6-b1A

Assess the changing roles of the following: checks and balances

AH.1.6-b2A

Assess the changing roles of the following: separation of powers

AH.1.6-b3A

Assess the changing roles of the following: federalism

AH.1.6-bC

Explain how and why places change

AH.1.6-bF

Explain how and why regions change

AH.1.6-cC

Explain how and why different people may perceive the same place in varied ways

AH.1.6-D

Distinguish major patterns and issues with regard to population distribution, demographics, settlements, migrations, cultures and economic systems in the United States and world

AH.1.6-L

Analyze how the roles of class, ethnic, racial, gender, and age groups have changed in society, including causes and effects

AH.1.6-P

Survey the functions and effects of major economic institutions of the United States economy, such as corporations, labor unions, and financial institutions

AH.1.6-U

Distinguish major patterns and issues with regard to population distribution, demographics, settlements, migrations, and cultures in the US

AH.1.6, 1.10-1Z

Analyze Missouri History as it relates to major developments of US History including: exploration and settlement

AH.1.6, 1.10-2Z

Analyze Missouri History as it relates to major developments of US History including: mid 1800s (conflict and war)

AH.1.6, 1.10-3Z

Analyze Missouri History as it relates to major developments of US History including: urbanization, industrialization, post-industrial societies

AH.1.6, 1.10-J

Explain the United States role in the global economy and of the roles of trade, treaties, international organizations and comparative advantage in the global economy

AH.1.6, 1.10-X

Examine the wars of the twentieth-century pertinent to US history including: causes, comparisons, consequences and peace efforts

AH.1.6, 1.9-1A

Explain the importance of the following principles of government within the context of US History from Reconstruction to the present: majority rule and minority rights

AH.1.6, 1.9-1I

Analyze the evolution of American democracy, its ideas, institutions and political processes from Reconstruction to the present, including: Reconstruction

AH.1.6, 1.9-1N

Describe the historical development of the American economy, including: impact of geographical factors

AH.1.6, 1.9-2A

Explain the importance of the following principles of government within the context of US History from Reconstruction to the present: constitution and civil rights

AH.1.6, 1.9-2I

Analyze the evolution of American democracy, its ideas, institutions and political processes from Reconstruction to the present, including: struggle for civil rights

AH.1.6, 1.9-2N

Describe the historical development of the American economy, including: role of the frontier and agriculture

AH.1.6, 1.9-3A

Explain the importance of the following principles of government within the context of US History from Reconstruction to the present: checks and balances

AH.1.6, 1.9-3I

Analyze the evolution of American democracy, its ideas, institutions and political processes from Reconstruction to the present, including: expanding role of government

AH.1.6, 1.9-3N

Describe the historical development of the American economy, including: impact of technological change and urbanization on land, resources, society, politics and culture

AH.1.6, 1.9-4I

Analyze the evolution of American democracy, its ideas, institutions and political processes from Reconstruction to the present, including: expanding participation in political processes

AH.1.6, 1.9-4N

Describe the historical development of the American economy, including: changing relationships between government and the economy

AH.1.6, 1.9, 3.5, 3.6-1W

Describe and evaluate the evolution of United States domestic and foreign policies from Reconstruction to the present, including: isolationism

AH.1.6, 1.9, 3.5, 3.6-2W

Describe and evaluate the evolution of United States domestic and foreign policies from Reconstruction to the present, including: immigration policy

AH.1.6, 1.9, 3.5, 3.6-3W

Describe and evaluate the evolution of United States domestic and foreign policies from Reconstruction to the present, including: Manifest Destiny

AH.1.6, 1.9, 3.5, 3.6-4W

Describe and evaluate the evolution of United States domestic and foreign policies from Reconstruction to the present, including: Imperialism

AH.1.6, 1.9, 3.5, 3.6-5W

Describe and evaluate the evolution of United States domestic and foreign policies from Reconstruction to the present, including: New Deal

AH.1.6, 1.9, 3.5, 3.6-6W

Describe and evaluate the evolution of United States domestic and foreign policies from Reconstruction to the present, including: two world wars

AH.1.6, 1.9, 3.5, 3.6-7W

Describe and evaluate the evolution of United States domestic and foreign policies from Reconstruction to the present, including: Cold War

AH.1.6, 1.9, 3.5, 3.6-8W

Describe and evaluate the evolution of United States domestic and foreign policies from Reconstruction to the present, including: Global interdependence

AH.1.6, 3.5-a1A

Analyze the changing roles of government in the context of the historical period being studied: philosophy

AH.1.6, 3.5-a2A

Analyze the changing roles of government in the context of the historical period being studied: limits

AH.1.6, 3.5-a3A

Analyze the changing roles of government in the context of the historical period being studied: duties

AH.1.6, 3.5-a4A

Analyze the changing roles of government in the context of the historical period being studied: checks and balances

AH.1.6, 3.5-a5A

Analyze the changing roles of government in the context of the historical period being studied: separation of powers

AH.1.6, 3.5-a6A

Analyze the changing roles of government in the context of the historical period being studied: federalism

AH.1.6, 3.6-C

Analyze the roles and influence of political parties and interest groups from Reconstruction to the present

AH.1.7, 3.5, 3.6-C

Distinguish between fact and opinion and analyze sources to recognize bias and points of view

AH.1.8, 2.1-B

Create maps, charts, diagrams, graphs, timelines and political cartoons to assist in analyzing and visualizing concepts in social studies

AH.1.9-K

Compare and contrast the major ideas and beliefs of different cultures

AH.1.9, 1.10-M

Describe the major social institutions (family, education, religion, economy and government) and how they fulfill human needs

AH.1.9, 1.10-Y

Describe the changing character of American society and culture (i.e., arts and literature, education and philosophy, religion and values, and science and technology)

AH.1.9, 3.6-1H

Analyze the roles people, business, labor unions and government have played in the US economy, such as: monetary policy (why the Federal Reserve System influences interest rates and money supply)

AH.1.9, 3.6-2H

Analyze the roles people, business, labor unions and government have played in the US economy, such as: fiscal policy (government taxation and spending)

AH.1.9, 3.6-3H

Analyze the roles people, business, labor unions and government have played in the US economy, such as: how monopolies affect people's lives and how they are regulated

AH.1.9, 3.6-4H

Analyze the roles people, business, labor unions and government have played in the US economy, such as: how boycotts, strikes, and embargoes affect trade and people's options

AH.3.1-1N

Predict the consequences that can occur when: institutions fail to meet the needs of individuals and groups

AH.3.1-2N

Predict the consequences that can occur when: individuals fail to carry out their personal responsibilities

AH.3.6-O

Determine the causes, consequences and possible resolutions of cultural conflicts

EC.1.1-10A

Apply major economic concepts, such as: budgeting

EC.1.1-11A

Apply major economic concepts, such as: income

EC.1.1-12A

Apply major economic concepts, such as: unemployment and full employment

EC.1.1-13A

Apply major economic concepts, such as: inflation and deflation

EC.1.1-1A

Apply major economic concepts, such as: scarcity

EC.1.1-1J

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of the historical period studied: natural resources, labor, and capital resources

EC.1.1-1O

Analyze the roles people, business, labor unions, and government play in the United States economy: how monopolies affect people's lives and how they are regulated

EC.1.1-2A

Apply major economic concepts, such as: opportunity cost

EC.1.1-2J

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of the historical period studied: supply and demand (shortages and surpluses)

EC.1.1-2O

Analyze the roles people, business, labor unions, and government play in the United States economy: how boycotts, strikes, and embargoes affect trade and people's options

EC.1.1-3A

Apply major economic concepts, such as: factors of production (human resources, natural resources, and capital resources)

EC.1.1-3J

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of the historical period studied: business cycle

EC.1.1-3O

Analyze the roles people, business, labor unions, and government play in the United States economy: monetary policy (why the Federal Reserve System influences interest rates and money supply)

EC.1.1-4A

Apply major economic concepts, such as: supply and demand (shortages and surpluses)

EC.1.1-4J

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of the historical period studied: government regulation and deregulation

EC.1.1-4O

Analyze the roles people, business, labor unions, and government play in the United States economy: fiscal policy (government taxation and spending)

EC.1.1-5A

Apply major economic concepts, such as: gross domestic product (GDP)

EC.1.1-5J

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of the historical period studied: unemployment and full employment

EC.1.1-6A

Apply major economic concepts, such as: savings and investment

EC.1.1-6J

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of the historical period studied: inflation and deflation

EC.1.1-7A

Apply major economic concepts, such as: business cycle

EC.1.1-7J

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of the historical period studied: saving and investment

EC.1.1-8A

Apply major economic concepts, such as: profit

EC.1.1-8J

Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of the historical period studied: profit

EC.1.1-9A

Apply major economic concepts, such as: government regulation and deregulation

EC.1.1-aD

Explain how technology has expanded people's capacity to modify the physical environment

EC.1.1-aE

Explain the factors that account for patterns in trade and human migration

EC.1.1-Q

Explain the United States role in the global economy and of the roles of trade, treaties, international organizations and comparative advantage in the global economy

EC.1.1-R

Identify the roles of government in the US economy (defining and protecting property rights, maintaining competition, promoting goals such as full employment, stable prices, growth and justice)

EC.1.1, 1.4-E

Develop a research plan and identify appropriate resources for investigating social studies topics

EC.1.10, 3.7-cD

Identify and evaluate policies and programs related to the use of resources

EC.1.5-F

Interpret maps, statistics, charts, diagrams, graphs, timelines, pictures, political cartoons, audiovisual materials, continua, written resources, art and artifacts

EC.1.5, 1.7-A

Distinguish between and analyze primary sources and secondary sources

EC.1.6-bD

Identify how changes in the physical environment may reduce the capacity of the environment to support human activity

EC.1.6-bE

Describe major effects of changes in patterns of the movement of people, products and ideas

EC.1.6-L

Analyze how the roles of class, ethnic, racial, gender, and age groups have changed in society, including causes and effects

EC.1.6-P

Survey the functions and effects of major economic institutions of the United States economy, such as corporations, labor unions, and financial institutions

EC.1.6, 1.10-I

Analyze the functions and effects of major economic institutions of the United States economy, such as coroporations, labor unions and financial institutions

EC.1.6, 1.10-J

Explain the roles of trade, treaties, international organizations and comparative advantage in the global economy

EC.1.6, 1.10-K

Identify the roles of government in a market economy (defining and protecting property rights, maintaining competition, promoting goals such as full employment, stable prices, growth and justice)

EC.1.6, 1.9-1N

Describe the historical development of the American economy, including: impact of geographical factors

EC.1.6, 1.9-2,N

Describe the historical development of the American economy, including: role of the frontier and agriculture

EC.1.6, 1.9-3N

Describe the historical development of the American economy, including: impact of technological change and urbanization on land, resources, society, politics and culture

EC.1.6, 1.9-4N

Describe the historical development of the American economy, including: changing relationships between government and the economy

EC.1.6, 1.9-L

Describe the evolution of diverse economic theories and practices, including: manorialism, mercantilism, laissez-faire capitalism and socialism. Describe the social and political effects these have had on various societies

EC.1.6, 3.6-1W

Analyze and evaluate the evolution of United States domestic and foreign policies including: New Deal

EC.1.6, 3.6-2W

Analyze and evaluate the evolution of United States domestic and foreign policies including: global interdependence

EC.1.6, 4.1-1H

Explain the roles people, business, and government play in economic systems, such as: monetary policy (why and how the Federal Reserve System influences interest rates and money supply)

EC.1.6, 4.1-2H

Explain the roles people, business, and government play in economic systems, such as: fiscal policy (government taxation and spending)

EC.1.6, 4.1-3H

Explain the roles people, business, and government play in economic systems, such as: how monopolies affect people's lives and how they are regulated

EC.1.6, 4.1-4H

Explain the roles people, business, and government play in economic systems, such as: how boycotts, strikes and embargoes affect trade and people's options

EC.1.6, 4.1-5H

Explain the roles people, business, and government play in economic systems, such as: why businesses may choose to build in or move to other regions or countries

EC.1.7, 3.5, 3.6-C

Distinguish between fact and opinion and analyze sources to recognize bias and points of view

EC.1.8, 2.1-B

Create maps, charts, diagrams, graphs, timelines and political cartoons to assist in analyzing and visualizing concepts in social studies

EC.1.9-G

Compare and contrast economic systems: traditional, market, command and mixed

EC.1.9-K

Compare and contrast the major ideas and beliefs of different cultures

EC.1.9, 1.10-M

Describe the major social institutions (family, education, religion, economy and government) and how they fulfill human needs

EC.3.1-1N

Predict the consequences that can occur when: institutions fail to meet the needs of individuals and groups

EC.3.1-2N

Predict the consequences that can occur when: individuals fail to carry out their personal responsibilities

EC.3.1, 3.7-cE

Identify issues pertaining to the movement of people, products and ideas, and propose and evaluate ways to address these issues

EC.3.6-O

Determine the causes, consequences and possible resolutions of cultural conflicts

EC.3.8-B

Evaluate the economic consequences of personal and public decisions (e.g. use of credit; deficit spending)

GO.1.1-aC

Describe physical characteristics and human characteristics that make specific places unique

GO.1.1-aD

Explain how physical processes shape the earth's surface

GO.1.1-aE

Explain the factors that account for patterns in trade and human migration

GO.1.1-aI

Explain how technology has expanded people's capacity to modify the physical environment

GO.1.1-bI

Identify how changes in the physical environment may reduce the capacity of the environment to support human activity

GO.1.1-dD

Explain how technology has expanded people's capacity to modify the physical environment

GO.1.1-eD

Identify how changes in the physical environment may reduce the capacity of the environment to support human activity

GO.1.1-T

Describe the physical characteristics and human characteristics that make places unique, explain how and why places change, explain how and why different people may perceive the same place in varied ways throughout the United States since Reconstruction

GO.1.1-V

List and explain criteria that give regions their identities in different periods of United States History, explain how and why regions change

GO.1.1, 1.4-E

Develop a research plan and identify appropriate resources for investigating social studies topics

GO.1.10, 3.7-cI

Identify and evaluate policies and programs related to the use of resources

GO.1.4, 1.5-aB

Locate the major cities of Missouri, the United States and world; states of the United States and many of the world's nations; the world's continents and oceans; and major topographic features of the United States and the world

GO.1.4, 1.7-aJ

Use and evaluate geographic research sources (e.g., maps, satellite images, globes, charts, graphs and atlases) to interpret Earth's physical and human systems

GO.1.5-F

Interpret maps, statistics, charts, diagrams, graphs, timelines, pictures, political cartoons, audiovisual materials, continua, written resources, art and artifacts

GO.1.5-S

Locate the major cities of Missouri, the United States, and world; states of the United States and many of the world's nations; the world's continents and oceans; and major topographic features of the United States and the world

GO.1.5, 1.7-A

Distinguish between and analyze primary sources and secondary sources

GO.1.6-aF

List and explain criteria that give regions their identities in different periods of United States and world history

GO.1.6-bC

Explain how and why places change

GO.1.6-bE

Describe major effects of changes in patterns of the movement of people, products and ideas

GO.1.6-bF

Explain how parts of a region relate to each other and to the region as a whole (e.g., states to nation)

GO.1.6-cC

Explain how and why different people may perceive the same place in varied ways

GO.1.6-cF

Explain how regions relate to one another (e.g., river-drainage regions)

GO.1.6-dF

Explain how and why regions change

GO.1.6-L

Analyze how the roles of class, ethnic, racial, gender, and age groups have changed in society, including causes and effects

GO.1.6-U

Distinguish major patterns and issues with regard to population distribution, demographics, settlements, migrations, and cultures in the US

GO.1.6, 1.10-A

Define and give examples of production (human resources, natural resources, capital resources)

GO.1.6, 1.10-bD

Describe the distribution and characteristics of ecosystems, the forces that have led to their formation, and how they vary in Biodiversity and productivity

GO.1.6, 3.2-G

Use Geography to interpret the past, explain the present and plan for the future

GO.1.6, 3.5-cD

Analyze major patterns and issues with regard to population distribution, demographics, settlements, migrations, cultures and economic systems in the United States and world

GO.1.7, 3.5, 3.6-C

Distinguish between fact and opinion and analyze sources to recognize bias and points of view

GO.1.8, 1.10, 2.1-bB

Communicate locations of places by creating maps and by describing their absolute locations and relative locations

GO.1.8, 2.1-B

Create maps, charts, diagrams, graphs, timelines and political cartoons to assist in analyzing and visualizing concepts in social studies

GO.1.9-K

Compare and contrast the major ideas and beliefs of different cultures

GO.1.9, 1.10-M

Describe the major social institutions (family, education, religion, economy and government) and how they fulfill human needs

GO.3.1-1N

Predict the consequences that can occur when: institutions fail to meet the needs of individuals and groups

GO.3.1-2N

Predict the consequences that can occur when: individuals fail to carry out their personal responsibilities

GO.3.1, 3.2-bJ

Identify and solve geographic problems

GO.3.1, 3.7-cE

Identify issues pertaining to the movement of people, products and ideas, and evaluate ways to address those issues

GO.3.6-O

Determine the causes, consequences and possible resolutions of cultural conflicts

GV.1.1-1K

Explain the importance of the following principles of government since Reconstruction: majority rule and minority rights

GV.1.1-1L

Assess the changing roles of the following: checks and balances

GV.1.1-2K

Explain the importance of the following principles of government since Reconstruction: constitution and civil rights

GV.1.1-2L

Assess the changing roles of the following: separation of powers

GV.1.1-3K

Explain the importance of the following principles of government since Reconstruction: checks and balances

GV.1.1-3L

Assess the changing roles of the following: federalism

GV.1.1-4L

Assess the changing roles of the following: define and explain judicial review

GV.1.1-a1C

Explain the processes pertaining to: selection of political leaders (with an emphasis on presidential and parliamentary systems)

GV.1.1-a2C

Explain the processes pertaining to: functions and styles of leadership (including authoritarian, democratic and laissez faire)

GV.1.1-a3C

Explain the processes pertaining to: governmental systems

GV.1.1-a4C

Explain the processes pertaining to: how laws and rules are made, enforced, changed and interpreted

GV.1.1-b1A

Explain the importance of the following principles of government: limited government

GV.1.1-b2A

Explain the importance of the following principles of government: majority rule and minority rights

GV.1.1-b3A

Explain the importance of the following principles of government: constitution and civil rights

GV.1.1-b4A

Explain the importance of the following principles of government: checks and balances

GV.1.1-b5A

Explain the importance of the following principles of government: merits of the above principles

GV.1.1-K

Identify the roles of government in a market economy (defining and protecting property rights, maintaining competition, promoting goals such as full employment, stable prices, growth and justice)

GV.1.1-M

Evaluate the roles and incluence of political parties and interest groups

GV.1.1, 1.4-E

Develop a research plan and identify appropriate resources for investigating social studies topics

GV.1.10, 3.5-a1A

Apply the following principles of republic to historical and contemporary issues: checks and balances

GV.1.10, 3.5-a2A

Apply the following principles of republic to historical and contemporary issues: separation of powers

GV.1.10, 3.5-a3A

Apply the following principles of republic to historical and contemporary issues: federalism

GV.1.10, 3.5-a4A

Apply the following principles of republic to historical and contemporary issues: representation

GV.1.10, 3.5-a5A

Apply the following principles of republic to historical and contemporary issues: popular sovereignty

GV.1.10, 3.5-a6A

Apply the following principles of republic to historical and contemporary issues: due process of law

GV.1.10, 3.5-a7A

Apply the following principles of republic to historical and contemporary issues: judicial review

GV.1.5-F

Interpret maps, statistics, charts, diagrams, graphs, timelines, pictures, political cartoons, audiovisual materials, continua, written resources, art and artifacts

GV.1.5, 1.6, 1.10-d1A

Describe the historical foundations of the United States governmental system as reflected in the following documents: Magna Carta

GV.1.5, 1.6, 1.10-d2A

Describe the historical foundations of the United States governmental system as reflected in the following documents: Enlightenment writings of Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Montesquieu, and the Social Contract Theory

GV.1.5, 1.6, 1.10-d3A

Describe the historical foundations of the United States governmental system as reflected in the following documents: Mayflower Compact

GV.1.5, 1.6, 1.10-d4A

Describe the historical foundations of the United States governmental system as reflected in the following documents: Declaration of Independence

GV.1.5, 1.6, 1.10-d5A

Describe the historical foundations of the United States governmental system as reflected in the following documents: Articles of Confederation

GV.1.5, 1.6, 1.10, 3.5-1B

Explain the relevance and connection of constitutional principles in the following documents: U.S. Constitution

GV.1.5, 1.6, 1.10, 3.5-2B

Explain the relevance and connection of constitutional principles in the following documents: Federalist Papers

GV.1.5, 1.6, 1.10, 3.5-3B

Explain the relevance and connection of constitutional principles in the following documents: Amendments to the Constitution, emphasizing Bill of Rights

GV.1.5, 1.6, 1.10, 3.5-4B

Explain the relevance and connection of constitutional principles in the following documents: Key Supreme Court decisions, Marbury v. Madison, McCulloch v. Maryland, Miranda v. Arizona, Plessy v. Ferguson, Brown v. Topeka Board of Education

GV.1.5, 1.7-A

Distinguish between and analyze primary sources and secondary sources

GV.1.6-c1A

Assess the changing roles of government: philosophy

GV.1.6-c2A

Assess the changing roles of government: limits

GV.1.6-c3A

Assess the changing roles of government: duties

GV.1.6-eA

Identify and give examples of democracies and republics

GV.1.6-L

Analyze how the roles of class, ethnic, racial, gender, and age groups have changed in society, including causes and effects

GV.1.6, 1.9-1I

Analyze the evolution of American democracy, its ideas, institutions and political processes, including: Constitution and amendments

GV.1.6, 1.9-2I

Analyze the evolution of American democracy, its ideas, institutions and political processes, including: struggle for civil rights

GV.1.6, 1.9-3I

Analyze the evolution of American democracy, its ideas, institutions and political processes, including: expanding role of government

GV.1.6, 1.9-aA

Describe the structure of government and the purposes of laws (with emphasis on the federal and state governments) in general

GV.1.6, 1.9-K

Evaluate the Enlightenment, including its principle ideas, its antecedents, its challenge to absolutist monarchies and others, and its effects on world history

GV.1.6, 3.6-1H

Analyze the roles that people, businesses and government play in economic systems, such as: monetary policy (why the Federal Reserve System influences interest rates and money supply)

GV.1.6, 3.6-2H

Analyze the roles that people, businesses and government play in economic systems, such as: fiscal policy (government taxation and spending)

GV.1.6, 3.6-bC

Evaluate the roles and influence of political parties and interest groups

GV.1.7, 3.5, 3.6-C

Distinguish between fact and opinion and analyze sources to recognize bias and points of view

GV.1.8, 2.1-B

Create maps, charts, diagrams, graphs, timelines and political cartoons to assist in analyzing and visualizing concepts in social studies

GV.1.9-B

Compare and contrast governmental systems, current and historical, including those that are democratic, totalitarian, monarchic, oligarchic and theocratic, and describe their impact

GV.1.9-K

Compare and contrast the major ideas and beliefs of different cultures

GV.1.9, 1.10-M

Describe the major social institutions (family, education, religion, economy and government) and how they fulfill human needs

GV.3.1-1N

Predict the consequences that can occur when: institutions fail to meet the needs of individuals and groups

GV.3.1-2N

Predict the consequences that can occur when: individuals fail to carry out their personal responsibilities

GV.3.6-O

Determine the causes, consequences and possible resolutions of cultural conflicts

GV.4.2-bA

Determine the civic responsibilities of individual citizens

WH.1.1-aC

Describe physical characteristics and human characteristics that make specific places unique

WH.1.1, 1.4-E

Develop a research plan and identify appropriate resources for investigating social studies topics

WH.1.10, 3.5-b1A

Apply the following in the context of the historical period being studied: democracy

WH.1.10, 3.5-b2A

Apply the following in the context of the historical period being studied: republic

WH.1.10, 3.5-b3A

Apply the following in the context of the historical period being studied: changing role of government

WH.1.10, 3.5-b4A

Apply the following in the context of the historical period being studied: representation

WH.1.5-F

Interpret maps, statistics, charts, diagrams, graphs, timelines, pictures, political cartoons, audiovisual materials, continua, written resources, art and artifacts

WH.1.5, 1.6, 1.10, 3.5-B

Explain the relevance and the connection of constitutional principles in the following documents: Magna Carta

WH.1.5, 1.7-A

Distinguish between and analyze primary sources and secondary sources

WH.1.6-aF

List and explain criteria that give regions their identities in different periods of world history

WH.1.6-bC

Explain how and why places change

WH.1.6-bF

Explain how parts of a region relate to each other and to the region as a whole (e.g., states to nation)

WH.1.6-cC

Explain how and why different people may perceive the same place in varied ways

WH.1.6-cF

Explain how regions relate to one another (e.g., river-drainage regions)

WH.1.6-dF

Explain how and why regions change

WH.1.6-L

Analyze how the roles of class, ethnic, racial, gender, and age groups have changed in society, including causes and effects

WH.1.6-M

Analyze the significant wars of the twentieth century, including: causes, comparisons, consequences and peace efforts

WH.1.6, 1.10-bK

Identify and explain the major revolutions of the 18th and 19th centuries, including: political revolutions (American and French) and the Industrial Revolution (causes, development, reactions and other consequences, such as social, political and economic globalization)

WH.1.6, 1.10-J

Explain the roles of trade, treaties, international organizations and comparative advantage in the global economy

WH.1.6, 1.10-X

Examine the wars of the twentieth-century pertinent to US history including: causes, comparisons, consequences and peace efforts

WH.1.6, 1.8-O

Outline major demographic changes and migrrations from prehistoric times to the present, including: their causes and consequences (e.g. rural to urban, less developed to more developed)

WH.1.6, 1.9-1C

Analyze the processes pertaining to: selection of political leaders

WH.1.6, 1.9-2C

Analyze the processes pertaining to: functions and styles of leadership (including authoritarian, democratic and laissez faire)

WH.1.6, 1.9-3C

Analyze the processes pertaining to: governmental systems

WH.1.6, 1.9-4C

Analyze the processes pertaining to: how laws and rules are made, enforced, changed and interpreted

WH.1.6, 1.9-aK

Evaluate the Enlightenment, including its principle ideas, its antecedents, its challenge to absolutist monarchies and others, and its effects on world history

WH.1.6, 1.9-H

Analyze the following developments related to the Renaissance and Reformation including: new ways of thinking, humanism, new developments in arts and their impact on later developments

WH.1.6, 1.9-I

Assess the impact of the First Global Age, including the Columbian Exchange; the origins and consequences of European overseas expansion; the effect of European arms and economic power on other parts of the world; resulting transformations in the Americas, Africa, Asia and Europe and conflicts among European maritime and land powers

WH.1.6, 1.9-J

Analyze the Scientific Revolution in the context of what it was, its antecedents and its impact on Europe and the world

WH.1.6, 1.9-L

Describe the evolution of diverse economic theories and practices, including: manorialism, mercantilism, laissez-faire capitalism and socialism. Describe the social and political effects these have had on various societies

WH.1.6, 1.9, 3.8-N

Evaluate European and Japanese imperialism of the late 19th and 20th century and the independence movements in Africa and Asia: causes, reactions, short- and long-term consequences

WH.1.7, 3.5, 3.6-C

Distinguish between fact and opinion and analyze sources to recognize bias and points of view

WH.1.8, 2.1-B

Create maps, charts, diagrams, graphs, timelines and political cartoons to assist in analyzing and visualizing concepts in social studies

WH.1.9-aA

Analyze changes in democracy and republics over time

WH.1.9-B

Compare and contrast governmental systems, current and historical, including those that are democratic, totalitarian, monarchic, oligarchic and theocratic, and describe their impact

WH.1.9-G

Describe the dominant characteristics, contributions of, and interactions among major civilizations of Asia, Europe, Africa, the Americas and the Middle East in ancient and medieval times

WH.1.9-K

Compare and contrast the major ideas and beliefs of different cultures

WH.1.9, 1.10-M

Describe the major social institutions (family, education, religion, economy and government) and how they fulfill human needs

WH.3.1-1N

Predict the consequences that can occur when: institutions fail to meet the needs of individuals and groups

WH.3.1-2N

Predict the consequences that can occur when: individuals fail to carry out their personal responsibilities

WH.3.6-O

Determine the causes, consequences and possible resolutions of cultural conflicts