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MI.4.World History and Geography - World History and Geography (WHG) Era 4: Expanding and Intensified Hemispheric Interactions, 300 to 1500 C.E./A.D.

World History and Geography - World History and Geography (WHG) Era 4: Expanding and Intensified Hemispheric Interactions, 300 to 1500 C.E./A.D.
4.1. Cross-temporal or Global Expectations: Analyze important hemispheric interactions and temporal developments during an era of increasing regional power, religious expansion, and the collapse of some empires.
4.1.1. Crisis in the Classical World - Explain the responses to common forces of change that led to the ultimate collapse of classical empires and discuss the consequences of their collapse.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Ancient Greece
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Ancient Rome
 

MI.5.World History and Geography - World History and Geography (WHG) Era 5: The Emergence of the First Global Age, 15th to 18th Centuries

World History and Geography - World History and Geography (WHG) Era 5: The Emergence of the First Global Age, 15th to 18th Centuries
5.3. Regional Content Expectations: Analyze the important regional developments and cultural changes in Asia, Russia, Europe and the Americas.
5.3.5. Europe through the 18th Century - Analyze the major political, religious, cultural and economic transformations in Europe by:
5.3.5a. Explaining the origins, growth, and consequences of European overseas expansion, including the development and impact of maritime power in Asia and land control in the Americas.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Mexico
 
5.3.6. Latin America through the 18th Century - Analyze colonial transformations in Latin America, including:
5.3.6a. The near-elimination of American Indian civilizations and peoples
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Mexico
 

MI.6.U.S. History and Geography - U.S. History and Geography (USHG) Era 6: The Development of an Industrial, Urban, and Global United States (1870-1930)

U.S. History and Geography - U.S. History and Geography (USHG) Era 6: The Development of an Industrial, Urban, and Global United States (1870-1930)
6.1. Growth of an Industrial and Urban America: Explain the causes and consequences - both positive and negative - of the Industrial Revolution and America's growth from a predominantly agricultural, commercial, and rural nation to a more industrial and urban nation between 1870 and 1930.
6.1.1. Factors in the American Industrial Revolution - Analyze the factors that enabled the United States to become a major industrial power, including:
6.1.1b. Organizational ''revolution'' (e.g., development of corporations and labor organizations)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.1.1c. Advantages of physical geography
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.1.1e. Economic polices of government and industrial leaders (including Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.1.1f. Technological advances
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.1.2. Labor's Response to Industrial Growth - Evaluate the different responses of labor to industrial change including:
6.1.2a. Development of organized labor, including the Knights of Labor, American Federation of Labor, and the United Mine Workers
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.1.5. A Case Study of American Industrialism - Using the automobile industry as a case study, analyze the causes and consequences of this major industrial transformation by explaining:
6.1.5a. The impact of resource availability
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.1.5d. The development of an industrial work force
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.1.5f. The impact on American society
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.1. Global or Cross-temporal Expectations: Evaluate the causes, characteristics, and consequences of revolutions of the intellectual, political and economic structures in an era of increasing global trade and consolidations of power.
6.1.1. Global Revolutions - Analyze the causes and global consequences of major political and industrial revolutions focusing on changes in relative political and military power, economic production, and commerce.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Mexico
 
6.1.3. Increasing Global Interconnections - Describe increasing global interconnections between societies, through the emergence and spread of ideas, innovations, and commodities including:
6.1.3a. Constitutionalism, communism and socialism, republicanism, nationalism, capitalism, human rights, and secularization.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Cold War
 
6.1.3b. The global spread of major innovations, technologies, and commodities via new global networks.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.2. Becoming a World Power: Describe and analyze the major changes - both positive and negative - in the role the United States played in world affairs after the Civil War, and explain the causes and consequences of this changing role.
6.2.1. Growth of U.S. Global Power - Locate on a map the territories (Cuba, Puerto Rico, Philippines, Hawaii, Panama Canal Zone) acquired by the United States during its emergence as an imperial power between 1890 and 1914, and analyze the role the Spanish American War, the Philippine Revolution, the Panama Canal, the Open Door Policy, and the Roosevelt Corollary played in expanding America's global influence and redefining its foreign policy.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Expansionism
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Progressive Era
 
6.2.2. WWI - Explain the causes of World War I, the reasons for American neutrality and eventual entry into the war, and America's role in shaping the course of the war.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War I
 
6.2.3. Domestic Impact of WWI - Analyze the domestic impact of WWI on the growth of the government (e.g., War Industries Board), the expansion of the economy, the restrictions on civil liberties (e.g., Sedition Act, Red Scare, Palmer Raids), and the expansion of women's suffrage.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War I
 
6.2.4. Wilson and His Opponents - Explain how Wilson's ''Fourteen Points'' differed from proposals by others, including French and British leaders and domestic opponents, in the debate over the Versailles Treaty, United States participation in the League of Nations, the redrawing of European political boundaries, and the resulting geopolitical tensions that continued to affect Europe.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
6.2. Interregional or Comparative Expectations: Analyze and compare the interregional patterns of nationalism, state-building, and social reform and imperialism.
6.2.1. Political Revolutions - Analyze the Age of Revolutions by comparing and contrasting the political, economic, and social causes and consequences of at least three political and/or nationalistic revolutions (American, French, Haitian, Mexican or other Latin American, or Chinese Revolutions).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Mexico
 
6.2.3. Industrialization - Analyze the origins, characteristics and consequences of industrialization across the world by:
6.2.3a. Comparing and contrasting the process and impact of industrialization in Russia, Japan, and one of the following: Britain, Germany, United States, or France.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.2.3b. Describing the social and economic impacts of industrialization, particularly its effect on women and children, and the rise of organized labor movements.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.2.3c. Describing the environmental impacts of industrialization and urbanization.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.3. Progressivism and Reform: Select and evaluate major public and social issues emerging from the changes in industrial, urban, and global America during this period; analyze the solutions or resolutions developed by Americans, and their consequences (positive/negative - anticipated/unanticipated) including, but not limited to, the following:
6.3.1. Social Issues - Describe at least three significant problems or issues created by America's industrial and urban transformation between 1895 and 1930 (e.g., urban and rural poverty and blight, child labor, immigration, political corruption, public health, poor working conditions, and monopolies).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.3.2. Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform - Analyze the causes, consequences, and limitations of Progressive reform in the following areas:
6.3.2a. Major changes in the Constitution, including 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th Amendments
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Roaring Twenties
 
6.3.2b. New regulatory legislation (e.g., Pure Food and Drug Act, Sherman and Clayton Anti-Trust Acts)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Progressive Era
 
6.3.2c. The Supreme Court's role in supporting or slowing reform
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Progressive Era
 
6.3.2d. Role of reform organizations, movements and individuals in promoting change (e.g., Women's Christian Temperance Union, settlement house movement, conservation movement, and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Jane Addams, Carrie Chapman Catt, Eugene Debs, W.E.B. DuBois, Upton Sinclair, Ida Tarbell)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Progressive Era
 
6.3.2e. Efforts to expand and restrict the practices of democracy as reflected in post-Civil War struggles of African Americans and immigrants
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Civil Rights
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Reconstruction after the Civil War
 

MI.6.World History and Geography - World History and Geography (WHG) Era 6: An Age of Global Revolutions, 18th Century - 1914

World History and Geography - World History and Geography (WHG) Era 6: An Age of Global Revolutions, 18th Century - 1914
6.1. Growth of an Industrial and Urban America: Explain the causes and consequences - both positive and negative - of the Industrial Revolution and America's growth from a predominantly agricultural, commercial, and rural nation to a more industrial and urban nation between 1870 and 1930.
6.1.1. Factors in the American Industrial Revolution - Analyze the factors that enabled the United States to become a major industrial power, including:
6.1.1b. Organizational ''revolution'' (e.g., development of corporations and labor organizations)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.1.1c. Advantages of physical geography
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.1.1e. Economic polices of government and industrial leaders (including Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.1.1f. Technological advances
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.1.2. Labor's Response to Industrial Growth - Evaluate the different responses of labor to industrial change including:
6.1.2a. Development of organized labor, including the Knights of Labor, American Federation of Labor, and the United Mine Workers
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.1.5. A Case Study of American Industrialism - Using the automobile industry as a case study, analyze the causes and consequences of this major industrial transformation by explaining:
6.1.5a. The impact of resource availability
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.1.5d. The development of an industrial work force
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.1.5f. The impact on American society
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.1. Global or Cross-temporal Expectations: Evaluate the causes, characteristics, and consequences of revolutions of the intellectual, political and economic structures in an era of increasing global trade and consolidations of power.
6.1.1. Global Revolutions - Analyze the causes and global consequences of major political and industrial revolutions focusing on changes in relative political and military power, economic production, and commerce.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Mexico
 
6.1.3. Increasing Global Interconnections - Describe increasing global interconnections between societies, through the emergence and spread of ideas, innovations, and commodities including:
6.1.3a. Constitutionalism, communism and socialism, republicanism, nationalism, capitalism, human rights, and secularization.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Cold War
 
6.1.3b. The global spread of major innovations, technologies, and commodities via new global networks.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.2. Becoming a World Power: Describe and analyze the major changes - both positive and negative - in the role the United States played in world affairs after the Civil War, and explain the causes and consequences of this changing role.
6.2.1. Growth of U.S. Global Power - Locate on a map the territories (Cuba, Puerto Rico, Philippines, Hawaii, Panama Canal Zone) acquired by the United States during its emergence as an imperial power between 1890 and 1914, and analyze the role the Spanish American War, the Philippine Revolution, the Panama Canal, the Open Door Policy, and the Roosevelt Corollary played in expanding America's global influence and redefining its foreign policy.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Expansionism
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Progressive Era
 
6.2.2. WWI - Explain the causes of World War I, the reasons for American neutrality and eventual entry into the war, and America's role in shaping the course of the war.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War I
 
6.2.3. Domestic Impact of WWI - Analyze the domestic impact of WWI on the growth of the government (e.g., War Industries Board), the expansion of the economy, the restrictions on civil liberties (e.g., Sedition Act, Red Scare, Palmer Raids), and the expansion of women's suffrage.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War I
 
6.2.4. Wilson and His Opponents - Explain how Wilson's ''Fourteen Points'' differed from proposals by others, including French and British leaders and domestic opponents, in the debate over the Versailles Treaty, United States participation in the League of Nations, the redrawing of European political boundaries, and the resulting geopolitical tensions that continued to affect Europe.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
6.2. Interregional or Comparative Expectations: Analyze and compare the interregional patterns of nationalism, state-building, and social reform and imperialism.
6.2.1. Political Revolutions - Analyze the Age of Revolutions by comparing and contrasting the political, economic, and social causes and consequences of at least three political and/or nationalistic revolutions (American, French, Haitian, Mexican or other Latin American, or Chinese Revolutions).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Mexico
 
6.2.3. Industrialization - Analyze the origins, characteristics and consequences of industrialization across the world by:
6.2.3a. Comparing and contrasting the process and impact of industrialization in Russia, Japan, and one of the following: Britain, Germany, United States, or France.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.2.3b. Describing the social and economic impacts of industrialization, particularly its effect on women and children, and the rise of organized labor movements.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.2.3c. Describing the environmental impacts of industrialization and urbanization.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.3. Progressivism and Reform: Select and evaluate major public and social issues emerging from the changes in industrial, urban, and global America during this period; analyze the solutions or resolutions developed by Americans, and their consequences (positive/negative - anticipated/unanticipated) including, but not limited to, the following:
6.3.1. Social Issues - Describe at least three significant problems or issues created by America's industrial and urban transformation between 1895 and 1930 (e.g., urban and rural poverty and blight, child labor, immigration, political corruption, public health, poor working conditions, and monopolies).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Industrial Growth
 
6.3.2. Causes and Consequences of Progressive Reform - Analyze the causes, consequences, and limitations of Progressive reform in the following areas:
6.3.2a. Major changes in the Constitution, including 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th Amendments
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Roaring Twenties
 
6.3.2b. New regulatory legislation (e.g., Pure Food and Drug Act, Sherman and Clayton Anti-Trust Acts)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Progressive Era
 
6.3.2c. The Supreme Court's role in supporting or slowing reform
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Progressive Era
 
6.3.2d. Role of reform organizations, movements and individuals in promoting change (e.g., Women's Christian Temperance Union, settlement house movement, conservation movement, and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Jane Addams, Carrie Chapman Catt, Eugene Debs, W.E.B. DuBois, Upton Sinclair, Ida Tarbell)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Progressive Era
 
6.3.2e. Efforts to expand and restrict the practices of democracy as reflected in post-Civil War struggles of African Americans and immigrants
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Civil Rights
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Reconstruction after the Civil War
 

MI.7.U.S. History and Geography - U.S. History and Geography (USHG) Era 7: The Great Depression and World War II (1920-1945)

U.S. History and Geography - U.S. History and Geography (USHG) Era 7: The Great Depression and World War II (1920-1945)
7.1. Growing Crisis of Industrial Capitalism and Responses: Evaluate the key events and decisions surrounding the causes and consequences of the global depression of the 1930s and World War II.
7.1.1. The Twenties - Identify and explain the significance of the cultural changes and tensions in the ''Roaring Twenties'' including:
7.1.1b. The struggle between ''traditional'' and ''modern'' America (e.g., Scopes Trial, immigration restrictions, Prohibition, role of women, mass consumption)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Roaring Twenties
 
7.1.2. Causes and Consequences of the Great Depression - Explain and evaluate the multiple causes and consequences of the Great Depression by analyzing:
7.1.2a. The political, economic, environmental, and social causes of the Great Depression including fiscal policy, overproduction, under consumption, and speculation, the 1929 crash, and the Dust Bowl
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Great Depression
 
7.1.2b. The economic and social toll of the Great Depression, including unemployment and environmental conditions that affected farmers, industrial workers and families
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Great Depression
 
7.1.2c. Hoover's policies and their impact (e.g., Reconstruction Finance Corporation)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Great Depression
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Roaring Twenties
 
7.1.3. The New Deal - Explain and evaluate Roosevelt's New Deal Policies including:
7.1.3a. Expanding federal government's responsibilities to protect the environment (e.g., Dust Bowl and the Tennessee Valley), meet challenges of unemployment, address the needs of workers, farmers, poor, and elderly
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Great Depression
 
7.1.3b. Opposition to the New Deal and the impact of the Supreme Court in striking down and then accepting New Deal laws
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Great Depression
 
7.1.3c. Consequences of New Deal policies (e.g., promoting workers' rights, development of Social Security program, and banking and financial regulation conservation practices, crop subsidies)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Great Depression
 
7.1. Global or Cross-temporal Expectations: Analyze changes in global balances of military, political, economic, and technological power and influence in the first half of the 20th century.
7.1.1. Increasing Government and Political Power - Explain the expanding role of state power in managing economies, transportation systems, and technologies, and other social environments, including its impact of the daily lives of their citizens.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War I
 
7.1.2. Comparative Global Power - Use historical and modern maps and other sources to analyze and explain the changes in the global balance of military, political, and economic power between 1900 and 1945 (including the changing role of the United States and those resisting foreign domination).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
7.1.4. Global Technology - Describe significant technological innovations and scientific breakthroughs in transportation, communication, medicine, and warfare and analyze how they both benefited and imperiled humanity.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
7.1.5. Total War - Compare and contrast modern warfare and its resolution with warfare in the previous eras; include analysis of the role of technology and civilians.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
7.2. World War II: Examine the causes and course of World War II, and the effects of the war on United States society and culture, including the consequences for United States involvement in world affairs.
7.2.1. Causes of WWII - Analyze the factors contributing to World War II in Europe and in the Pacific region, and America's entry into war including:
7.2.1a. The political and economic disputes over territory (e.g., failure of Versailles Treaty, League of Nations, Munich Agreement)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
7.2.1c. United States neutrality
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
7.2.1d. The bombing of Pearl Harbor
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
7.2.2. U.S. and the Course of WWII - Evaluate the role of the U.S. in fighting the war militarily, diplomatically and technologically across the world (e.g., Germany First strategy, Big Three Alliance and the development of atomic weapons).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
7.2.3. Impact of WWII on American Life - Analyze the changes in American life brought about by U.S. participation in World War II including:
7.2.3a. Mobilization of economic, military, and social resources
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
7.2.4. Responses to Genocide - Investigate development and enactment of Hitler's ''final solution'' policy, and the responses to genocide by the Allies, the U.S. government, international organizations, and individuals (e.g., liberation of concentration camps, Nuremberg war crimes tribunals, establishment of state of Israel).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
7.2. Interregional or Comparative Expectations: Assess the interregional causes and consequences of the global wars and revolutionary movements during this era.
7.2.1. World War I - Analyze the causes, characteristics, and long-term consequences of World War I by:
7.2.1a. Analyzing the causes of the war including nationalism, industrialization, disputes over territory, systems of alliances, imperialism, and militarism
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War I
 
7.2.1b. Analyzing the distinctive characteristics and impacts of the war on the soldiers and people at home
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Roaring Twenties
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War I
 
7.2.1c. Explaining the major decisions made in the Versailles Treaty and analyzing its spatial and political consequences, including the mandate system, reparations, and national self-determination around the globe
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
7.2.2. Inter-war Period - Analyze the transformations that shaped world societies between World War I and World War II by:
7.2.2a. Examining the causes and consequences of the economic depression on different regions, nations, and the globe
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Great Depression
 
7.2.3. World War II - Analyze the causes, course, characteristics, and immediate consequences of World War II by:
7.2.3a. Explaining the causes of World War II, including aggression and conflict appeasement that led to war in Europe and Asia (e.g., Versailles Treaty provisions, Italian invasion of Ethiopia, Spanish Civil War, rape of Nanjing, annexation of Austria & Sudetenland)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
7.2.3c. Analyzing the major turning points and unique characteristics of the war
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
7.2.3d. Explaining the spatial and political impact of the Allied negotiations on the nations of Eastern Europe and the world
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
7.2.3e. Analyzing the immediate consequences of the war's end including the devastation, effects on population, dawn of the atomic age, the occupation of Germany and Japan
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
7.2.3f. Describing the emergence of the United States and the Soviet Union as global superpowers
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Cold War
 
7.3. Regional Content Expectations: Explain regional continuity and change in Russia, Asia, the Americas, the Middle East, and Africa.
7.3.1. Russian Revolution - Determine the causes and results of the Russian Revolution from the rise of Bolsheviks through the conclusion of World War II, including the five-year plans, collectivization of agriculture, and military purges.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War I
 

MI.7.World History and Geography - World History and Geography (WHG) Era 7: Global Crisis and Achievement, 1900-1945

World History and Geography - World History and Geography (WHG) Era 7: Global Crisis and Achievement, 1900-1945
7.1. Growing Crisis of Industrial Capitalism and Responses: Evaluate the key events and decisions surrounding the causes and consequences of the global depression of the 1930s and World War II.
7.1.1. The Twenties - Identify and explain the significance of the cultural changes and tensions in the ''Roaring Twenties'' including:
7.1.1b. The struggle between ''traditional'' and ''modern'' America (e.g., Scopes Trial, immigration restrictions, Prohibition, role of women, mass consumption)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Roaring Twenties
 
7.1.2. Causes and Consequences of the Great Depression - Explain and evaluate the multiple causes and consequences of the Great Depression by analyzing:
7.1.2a. The political, economic, environmental, and social causes of the Great Depression including fiscal policy, overproduction, under consumption, and speculation, the 1929 crash, and the Dust Bowl
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Great Depression
 
7.1.2b. The economic and social toll of the Great Depression, including unemployment and environmental conditions that affected farmers, industrial workers and families
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Great Depression
 
7.1.2c. Hoover's policies and their impact (e.g., Reconstruction Finance Corporation)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Great Depression
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Roaring Twenties
 
7.1.3. The New Deal - Explain and evaluate Roosevelt's New Deal Policies including:
7.1.3a. Expanding federal government's responsibilities to protect the environment (e.g., Dust Bowl and the Tennessee Valley), meet challenges of unemployment, address the needs of workers, farmers, poor, and elderly
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Great Depression
 
7.1.3b. Opposition to the New Deal and the impact of the Supreme Court in striking down and then accepting New Deal laws
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Great Depression
 
7.1.3c. Consequences of New Deal policies (e.g., promoting workers' rights, development of Social Security program, and banking and financial regulation conservation practices, crop subsidies)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide The Great Depression
 
7.1. Global or Cross-temporal Expectations: Analyze changes in global balances of military, political, economic, and technological power and influence in the first half of the 20th century.
7.1.1. Increasing Government and Political Power - Explain the expanding role of state power in managing economies, transportation systems, and technologies, and other social environments, including its impact of the daily lives of their citizens.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War I
 
7.1.2. Comparative Global Power - Use historical and modern maps and other sources to analyze and explain the changes in the global balance of military, political, and economic power between 1900 and 1945 (including the changing role of the United States and those resisting foreign domination).
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
7.1.4. Global Technology - Describe significant technological innovations and scientific breakthroughs in transportation, communication, medicine, and warfare and analyze how they both benefited and imperiled humanity.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
7.1.5. Total War - Compare and contrast modern warfare and its resolution with warfare in the previous eras; include analysis of the role of technology and civilians.
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War I
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
7.2. World War II: Examine the causes and course of World War II, and the effects of the war on United States society and culture, including the consequences for United States involvement in world affairs.
7.2.1. Causes of WWII - Analyze the factors contributing to World War II in Europe and in the Pacific region, and America's entry into war including:
7.2.1a. The political and economic disputes over territory (e.g., failure of Versailles Treaty, League of Nations, Munich Agreement)
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
7.2.1c. United States neutrality
Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide World War II
 
7.2.1d. The bombing of Pearl Harbor
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7.2.2. U.S. and the Course of WWII - Evaluate the role of the U.S. in fighting the war militarily, diplomatically and technologically across the world (e.g., Germany First strategy, Big Three Alliance and the development of atomic weapons).
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7.2.3. Impact of WWII on American Life - Analyze the changes in American life brought about by U.S. participation in World War II including:
7.2.3a. Mobilization of economic, military, and social resources
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7.2.4. Responses to Genocide - Investigate development and enactment of Hitler's ''final solution'' policy, and the responses to genocide by the Allies, the U.S. government, international organizations, and individuals (e.g., liberation of concentration camps, Nuremberg war crimes tribunals, establishment of state of Israel).
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7.2. Interregional or Comparative Expectations: Assess the interregional causes and consequences of the global wars and revolutionary movements during this era.
7.2.1. World War I - Analyze the causes, characteristics, and long-term consequences of World War I by:
7.2.1a. Analyzing the causes of the war including nationalism, industrialization, disputes over territory, systems of alliances, imperialism, and militarism
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7.2.1b. Analyzing the distinctive characteristics and impacts of the war on the soldiers and people at home
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7.2.1c. Explaining the major decisions made in the Versailles Treaty and analyzing its spatial and political consequences, including the mandate system, reparations, and national self-determination around the globe
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7.2.2. Inter-war Period - Analyze the transformations that shaped world societies between World War I and World War II by:
7.2.2a. Examining the causes and consequences of the economic depression on different regions, nations, and the globe
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7.2.3. World War II - Analyze the causes, course, characteristics, and immediate consequences of World War II by:
7.2.3a. Explaining the causes of World War II, including aggression and conflict appeasement that led to war in Europe and Asia (e.g., Versailles Treaty provisions, Italian invasion of Ethiopia, Spanish Civil War, rape of Nanjing, annexation of Austria & Sudetenland)
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7.2.3c. Analyzing the major turning points and unique characteristics of the war
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7.2.3d. Explaining the spatial and political impact of the Allied negotiations on the nations of Eastern Europe and the world
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7.2.3e. Analyzing the immediate consequences of the war's end including the devastation, effects on population, dawn of the atomic age, the occupation of Germany and Japan
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7.2.3f. Describing the emergence of the United States and the Soviet Union as global superpowers
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7.3. Regional Content Expectations: Explain regional continuity and change in Russia, Asia, the Americas, the Middle East, and Africa.
7.3.1. Russian Revolution - Determine the causes and results of the Russian Revolution from the rise of Bolsheviks through the conclusion of World War II, including the five-year plans, collectivization of agriculture, and military purges.
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MI.8.U.S. History and Geography - U.S. History and Geography (USHG) Era 8: Post-World War II United States (1945-1989)

U.S. History and Geography - U.S. History and Geography (USHG) Era 8: Post-World War II United States (1945-1989)
8.1. Cold War and the United States: Identify, analyze, and explain the causes, conditions, and impact of the Cold War Era on the United States.
8.1.1. Origins and Beginnings of Cold War - Analyze the factors that contributed to the Cold War including:
8.1.1a. Differences in the civic, ideological and political values, and the economic and governmental institutions of the U.S. and U.S.S.R.
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8.1.1b. Diplomatic decisions made at the Yalta and Potsdam Conferences (1945)
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8.1.1c. Actions by both countries in the last years of and years following World War II (e.g., the use of the atomic bomb, the Marshall Plan, the Truman Doctrine, North American Treaty Alliance (NATO), and Warsaw Pact)
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8.1.2. Foreign Policy during the Cold War - Evaluate the origins, setbacks, and successes of the American policy of ''containing'' the Soviet Union, including:
8.1.2a. The development of a U.S. national security establishment, composed of the Department of Defense, the Department of State, and the intelligence community
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8.1.2c. Direct conflicts within specific world regions including Germany and Cuba
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8.1.2d. U.S. involvement in Vietnam, and the foreign and domestic consequences of the war (e.g., relationship/conflicts with U.S.S.R. and China, U.S. military policy and practices, responses of citizens and mass media)
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8.1.2e. Indirect (or proxy) confrontations within specific world regions (e.g., Chile, Angola, Iran, Guatemala)
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8.1.3. End of the Cold War - Evaluate the factors that led to the end of the cold war including detente, policies of the U.S. and U.S.S.R. and their leaders (President Reagan and Premier Gorbachev), the political breakup of the Soviet Union, and the Warsaw Pact.
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8.1. Global and Cross-temporal Expectations: Analyze the global reconfigurations and restructuring of political and economic relationships in the Post-World War II era.
8.1.1. Origins of the Cold War - Describe the factors that contributed to the Cold War including the differences in ideologies and policies of the Soviet bloc and the West; political, economic, and military struggles in the 1940s and 1950s; and development of Communism in China.
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8.1.2. Cold War Conflicts - Describe the major arenas of conflict, including:
8.1.2a. The ways the Soviet Union and the United States attempted to expand power and influence in Korea and Vietnam
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8.1.2b. Ideological and military competition in THREE of the following areas: Congo, Cuba, Mozambique, Angola, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Bolivia, Chile, Indonesia, and Berlin
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8.1.2c. The arms and space race
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8.1.4. Mapping the 20th Century - Using post-WWI, post-WWII, height of Cold War, and current world political maps, explain the changing configuration of political boundaries in the world caused by the World Wars, the Cold War, and the growth of nationalist sovereign states (including Israel, Jordan, Palestine).
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8.2. Domestic Policies: Examine, analyze, and explain demographic changes, domestic policies, conflicts, and tensions in Post- WWII America.
8.2.3. Comparing Domestic Policies - Focusing on causes, programs, and impacts, compare and contrast Roosevelt's New Deal initiatives, Johnson's Great Society programs, and Reagan's market-based domestic policies.
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8.2.4. Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among Americans generated by U.S. Supreme Court decisions (e.g., Roe v Wade, Gideon, Miranda, Tinker, Hazelwood), the Vietnam War (anti-war and counter-cultural movements), environmental movement, women's rights movement, and the constitutional crisis generated by the Watergate scandal.
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8.2. Interregional or Comparative Expectations: Assess and compare the regional struggles for and against independence, decolonization, and democracy across the world.
8.2.1. The Legacy of Imperialism - Analyze the complex and changing legacy of imperialism in Africa, Southeast Asia, and Latin America during and after the Cold War such as apartheid, civil war in Nigeria, Vietnam, Cuba, Guatemala, and the changing nature of exploitation of resources (human and natural).
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8.3. Civil Rights in the Post-WWII Era: Examine and analyze the Civil Rights Movement using key events, people, and organizations.
8.3.1. Civil Rights Movement - Analyze the key events, ideals, documents, and organizations in the struggle for civil rights by African Americans including:
8.3.1b. Supreme Court decisions and governmental actions (e.g., Brown v. Board (1954), Civil Rights Act (1957), Little Rock schools desegregation, Civil Rights Act (1964), Voting Rights Act (1965))
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8.3.1c. Protest movements, organizations, and civil actions (e.g., integration of baseball, Montgomery Bus Boycott (1955-1956), March on Washington (1963), freedom rides, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), Nation of Islam, Black Panthers)
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8.3.1d. Resistance to Civil Rights
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8.3.2. Ideals of the Civil Rights Movement - Compare and contrast the ideas in Martin Luther King's March on Washington speech to the ideas expressed in the Declaration of Independence, the Seneca Falls Resolution, and the Gettysburg Address.
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8.3.4. Civil Rights Expanded - Evaluate the major accomplishments and setbacks in civil rights and liberties for American minorities over the 20th century including American Indians, Latinos/as, new immigrants, people with disabilities, and gays and lesbians.
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MI.8.World History and Geography - World History and Geography (WHG) Era 8: The Cold War and Its Aftermath: The 20th Century Since 1945

World History and Geography - World History and Geography (WHG) Era 8: The Cold War and Its Aftermath: The 20th Century Since 1945
8.1. Cold War and the United States: Identify, analyze, and explain the causes, conditions, and impact of the Cold War Era on the United States.
8.1.1. Origins and Beginnings of Cold War - Analyze the factors that contributed to the Cold War including:
8.1.1a. Differences in the civic, ideological and political values, and the economic and governmental institutions of the U.S. and U.S.S.R.
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8.1.1b. Diplomatic decisions made at the Yalta and Potsdam Conferences (1945)
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8.1.1c. Actions by both countries in the last years of and years following World War II (e.g., the use of the atomic bomb, the Marshall Plan, the Truman Doctrine, North American Treaty Alliance (NATO), and Warsaw Pact)
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8.1.2. Foreign Policy during the Cold War - Evaluate the origins, setbacks, and successes of the American policy of ''containing'' the Soviet Union, including:
8.1.2a. The development of a U.S. national security establishment, composed of the Department of Defense, the Department of State, and the intelligence community
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8.1.2c. Direct conflicts within specific world regions including Germany and Cuba
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8.1.2d. U.S. involvement in Vietnam, and the foreign and domestic consequences of the war (e.g., relationship/conflicts with U.S.S.R. and China, U.S. military policy and practices, responses of citizens and mass media)
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8.1.2e. Indirect (or proxy) confrontations within specific world regions (e.g., Chile, Angola, Iran, Guatemala)
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8.1.3. End of the Cold War - Evaluate the factors that led to the end of the cold war including detente, policies of the U.S. and U.S.S.R. and their leaders (President Reagan and Premier Gorbachev), the political breakup of the Soviet Union, and the Warsaw Pact.
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8.1. Global and Cross-temporal Expectations: Analyze the global reconfigurations and restructuring of political and economic relationships in the Post-World War II era.
8.1.1. Origins of the Cold War - Describe the factors that contributed to the Cold War including the differences in ideologies and policies of the Soviet bloc and the West; political, economic, and military struggles in the 1940s and 1950s; and development of Communism in China.
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8.1.2. Cold War Conflicts - Describe the major arenas of conflict, including:
8.1.2a. The ways the Soviet Union and the United States attempted to expand power and influence in Korea and Vietnam
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8.1.2b. Ideological and military competition in THREE of the following areas: Congo, Cuba, Mozambique, Angola, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Bolivia, Chile, Indonesia, and Berlin
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8.1.2c. The arms and space race
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8.1.4. Mapping the 20th Century - Using post-WWI, post-WWII, height of Cold War, and current world political maps, explain the changing configuration of political boundaries in the world caused by the World Wars, the Cold War, and the growth of nationalist sovereign states (including Israel, Jordan, Palestine).
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8.2. Domestic Policies: Examine, analyze, and explain demographic changes, domestic policies, conflicts, and tensions in Post- WWII America.
8.2.3. Comparing Domestic Policies - Focusing on causes, programs, and impacts, compare and contrast Roosevelt's New Deal initiatives, Johnson's Great Society programs, and Reagan's market-based domestic policies.
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8.2.4. Domestic Conflicts and Tensions - Using core democratic values, analyze and evaluate the competing perspectives and controversies among Americans generated by U.S. Supreme Court decisions (e.g., Roe v Wade, Gideon, Miranda, Tinker, Hazelwood), the Vietnam War (anti-war and counter-cultural movements), environmental movement, women's rights movement, and the constitutional crisis generated by the Watergate scandal.
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8.2. Interregional or Comparative Expectations: Assess and compare the regional struggles for and against independence, decolonization, and democracy across the world.
8.2.1. The Legacy of Imperialism - Analyze the complex and changing legacy of imperialism in Africa, Southeast Asia, and Latin America during and after the Cold War such as apartheid, civil war in Nigeria, Vietnam, Cuba, Guatemala, and the changing nature of exploitation of resources (human and natural).
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8.3. Civil Rights in the Post-WWII Era: Examine and analyze the Civil Rights Movement using key events, people, and organizations.
8.3.1. Civil Rights Movement - Analyze the key events, ideals, documents, and organizations in the struggle for civil rights by African Americans including:
8.3.1b. Supreme Court decisions and governmental actions (e.g., Brown v. Board (1954), Civil Rights Act (1957), Little Rock schools desegregation, Civil Rights Act (1964), Voting Rights Act (1965))
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8.3.1c. Protest movements, organizations, and civil actions (e.g., integration of baseball, Montgomery Bus Boycott (1955-1956), March on Washington (1963), freedom rides, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), Nation of Islam, Black Panthers)
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8.3.1d. Resistance to Civil Rights
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8.3.2. Ideals of the Civil Rights Movement - Compare and contrast the ideas in Martin Luther King's March on Washington speech to the ideas expressed in the Declaration of Independence, the Seneca Falls Resolution, and the Gettysburg Address.
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8.3.4. Civil Rights Expanded - Evaluate the major accomplishments and setbacks in civil rights and liberties for American minorities over the 20th century including American Indians, Latinos/as, new immigrants, people with disabilities, and gays and lesbians.
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MI.9.U.S. History and Geography - U.S. History and Geography (USHG) Era 9: America in a New Global Age

U.S. History and Geography - U.S. History and Geography (USHG) Era 9: America in a New Global Age
9.1. The Impact of Globalization on the United States: Explain the impact of globalization on the United States' economy, politics, society and role in the world.
9.1.2. Transformation of American Politics - Analyze the transformation of American politics in the late 20th and early 21st centuries including:
9.1.2c. Intensification of partisanship
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9.1.2d. Partisan conflict over the role of government in American life
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9.1.2e. Role of regional differences in national politics
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9.2. Changes in America's Role in the World: Examine the shifting role of United States on the world stage during the period from 1980 to the present.
9.2.2. 9/11 and Responses to Terrorism - Analyze how the attacks on 9/11 and the response to terrorism have altered American domestic and international policies (including e.g., the Office of Homeland Security, Patriot Act, wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, role of the United States in the United Nations, NATO).
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9.3. Policy Debates
9.3.1. Compose a persuasive essay on a public policy issue, and justify the position with a reasoned argument based upon historical antecedents and precedents, and core democratic values or constitutional principles:
9.3.1b. National economic policy
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9.3.1g. Civil rights
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MI.C.World History and Geography - Contemporary Global Issues: Evaluate the events, trends and forces that are increasing global interdependence and expanding global networks and evaluate the events, trends and forces that are attempting to maintain or expand autonomy of regional or local networks.

World History and Geography - Contemporary Global Issues: Evaluate the events, trends and forces that are increasing global interdependence and expanding global networks and evaluate the events, trends and forces that are attempting to maintain or expand autonomy of regional or local networks.
CG2. Resources: Explain the changes over the past 50 years in the use, distribution, and importance of natural resources (including land, water, energy, food, renewable, non-renewable, and flow resources) on human life, settlement, and interactions by describing: and evaluating:
CG2.1. Change in spatial distribution and use of natural resources
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CG2.2. The differences in ways societies have been using and distributing natural resources
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CG2.3. Social, political, economic, and environmental consequences of the development, distribution, and use of natural resources
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CG2.4. Major changes in networks for the production, distribution, and consumption of natural resources including growth of multinational corporations, and governmental and non-governmental organizations (e.g., OPEC, NAFTA, EU, NATO, World Trade Organization, Red Cross, Red Crescent)
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CG2.5. The impact of humans on the global environment
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CG3. Patterns of Global Interactions: Define the process of globalization and evaluate the merit of this concept to describe the contemporary world by analyzing:
CG3.1. Economic interdependence of the world's countries and world trade patterns
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CG3.4. Comparative economic advantages and disadvantages of regions, regarding cost of labor, natural resources, location, and tradition
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CG4. Conflict, Cooperation, and Security: Analyze the causes and challenges of continuing and new conflicts by describing:
CG4.1. Tensions resulting from ethnic, territorial, religious, and/or nationalist differences (e.g., Israel/Palestine, Kashmir, Ukraine, Northern Ireland, al Qaeda, Shining Path)
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CG4.3. Local and global attempts at peacekeeping, security, democratization, and administering international justice and human rights
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MI.C1.Civics - Conceptual Foundations of Civic and Political Life

Civics - Conceptual Foundations of Civic and Political Life
1.1. Nature of Civic Life, Politics, and Government: Explain the meaning of civic life, politics, and government through the investigation of such questions as: What is civic life? What are politics? What is government? What are the purposes of politics and government?
1.1.4. Explain the purposes of politics, why people engage in the political process, and what the political process can achieve (e.g., promote the greater good, promote self-interest, advance solutions to public issues and problems, achieve a just society).
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1.2. Alternative Forms of Government: Describe constitutional government and contrast it with other forms of government through the investigation of such questions as: What are essential characteristics of limited and unlimited government? What is constitutional government? What forms can a constitutional government take?
1.2.1. Identify, distinguish among, and provide examples of different forms of governmental structures including anarchy, monarchy, military junta, aristocracy, democracy, authoritarian, constitutional republic, fascist, communist, socialist, and theocratic states.
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MI.C2.Civics - Origins and Foundations of Government of the United States of America

Civics - Origins and Foundations of Government of the United States of America
2.1. Origins of American Constitutional Government: Explain the fundamental ideas and principles of American constitutional government and their philosophical and historical origins through investigation of such questions as: What are the philosophical and historical roots of the foundational values of American constitutional government? What are the fundamental principles of American constitutional government?
2.1.4. Explain challenges and modifications to American constitutional government as a result of significant historical events such as the American Revolution, the Civil War, expansion of suffrage, the Great Depression, and the civil rights movement.
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2.2. Foundational Values and Constitutional Principles of American Government: Explain how the American idea of constitutional government has shaped a distinctive American society through the investigation of such questions as: How have the fundamental values and principles of American constitutional government shaped American society?
2.2.2. Explain and evaluate how Americans, either through individual or collective actions, use constitutional principles and fundamental values to narrow gaps between American ideals and reality with respect to minorities, women, and the disadvantaged.
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2.2.3. Use past and present policies to analyze conflicts that arise in society due to competing constitutional principles or fundamental values (e.g., liberty and authority, justice and equality, individual rights, and the common good).
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2.2.4. Analyze and explain ideas about fundamental values like liberty, justice, and equality found in a range of documents (e.g., Martin Luther King's ''I Have a Dream'' speech and ''Letter from Birmingham City Jail,'' the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Declaration of Sentiments, the Equal Rights Amendment, and the Patriot Act).
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MI.C3.Civics - Structure and Functions of Government in the United States of America

Civics - Structure and Functions of Government in the United States of America
3.1. Structure, Functions, and Enumerated Powers of National Government: Describe how the national government is organized and what it does through the investigation of such questions as: What is the structure of the national government? What are the functions of the national government? What are its enumerated powers?
3.1.6. Evaluate major sources of revenue for the national government, including the constitutional provisions for taxing its citizens.
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3.3. Structure and Functions of State and Local Governments: Describe how state and local governments are organized and what they do through the investigation of such questions as: What are the structures and functions of state and local government?
3.3.6. Evaluate the major sources of revenue for state and local governments.
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3.4. System of Law and Laws: Explain why the rule of law has a central place in American society through the investigation of such questions as: What is the role of law in the American political system? What is the importance of law in the American political system?
3.4.4. Describe considerations and criteria that have been used to deny, limit, or extend protection of individual rights (e.g., clear and present danger, time, place and manner restrictions on speech, compelling government interest, security, libel or slander, public safety, and equal opportunity).
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3.5. Other Actors in the Policy Process: Describe the roles of political parties, interest groups, the media, and individuals in determining and shaping public policy through the investigation of such questions as: What roles do political parties, interest groups, the media, and individuals play in the development of public policy?
3.5.1. Explain how political parties, interest groups, the media, and individuals can influence and determine the public agenda.
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3.5.2. Describe the origin and the evolution of political parties and their influence.
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3.5.8. Evaluate, take, and defend positions about the formation and implementation of a current public policy issue, and examine ways to participate in the decision making process about the issue.
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MI.C4.Civics - The United States of America and World Affairs

Civics - The United States of America and World Affairs
4.1. Formation and Implementation of U.S. Foreign Policy: Describe the formation and implementation of U.S. foreign policy through such questions as: How is foreign policy formed and implemented in American constitutional government?
4.1.1. Identify and evaluate major foreign policy positions that have characterized the United States' relations with the world (e.g., isolated nation, imperial power, world leader) in light of foundational values and principles, provide examples of how they were implemented and their consequences (e.g., Spanish- American War, Cold War containment).
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4.1.3. Evaluate the means used to implement U.S. foreign policy with respect to current or past international issues (e.g., diplomacy, economic, military and humanitarian aid, treaties, sanctions, military intervention, and covert action).
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4.1.4. Using at least two historical examples, explain reasons for, and consequences of, conflicts that arise when international disputes cannot be resolved peacefully.
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4.2. U.S. Role in International Institutions and Affairs: Identify the roles of the United States of America in international institutions and affairs through the investigation of such questions as: What is the role of the United States in international institutions and affairs?
4.2.1. Describe how different political systems interact in world affairs with respect to international issues.
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4.2.3. Analyze the impact of political, economic, technological, and cultural developments around the world on the United States (e.g., terrorism, emergence of regional organizations like the European Union, multinational corporations, and interdependent world economy).
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4.2.4. Identify the purposes and functions of governmental and non-governmental international organizations, and the role of the United States in each (e.g., the United Nations, NATO, World Court, Organization of American States, International Red Cross, Amnesty International).
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MI.C5.Civics - Citizenship in the United States of America

Civics - Citizenship in the United States of America
5.3. Rights of Citizenship: Identify the rights of citizenship by investigating the question: What are the personal, political, and economic rights of citizens in the United States?
5.3.7. Using the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Amendments, describe the rights of the accused; and using case studies and examples, explore the limit and scope of these rights.
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MI.C6.Civics - Citizenship in Action

Civics - Citizenship in Action
6.1. Civic Inquiry and Public Discourse: Use forms of inquiry and construct reasoned arguments to engage in public discourse around policy and public issues by investigating the question: How can citizens acquire information, solve problems, make decisions, and defend positions about public policy issues?
6.1.2. Locate, analyze, and use various forms of evidence, information, and sources about a significant public policy issue, including primary and secondary sources, legal documents (e.g., Constitutions, court decisions, state law), non-text based information (e.g., maps, charts, tables, graphs, and cartoons), and other forms of political communication (e.g., oral political cartoons, campaign advertisements, political speeches, and blogs).
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6.2. Participating in Civic Life: Describe multiple opportunities for citizens to participate in civic life by investigating the question: How can citizens participate in civic life?
6.2.5. Describe how citizen movements seek to realize fundamental values and principles of American constitutional democracy.
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MI.CC.RH.9-10.Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies
Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity
RH.9-10.10. By the end of grade 10, read and comprehend history/social studies texts in the grades 9-10 text complexity band independently and proficiently.
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Craft and Structure
RH.9-10.4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including vocabulary describing political, social, or economic aspects of history/social science.
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RH.9-10.5. Analyze how a text uses structure to emphasize key points or advance an explanation or analysis
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Key Ideas and Details
RH.9-10.3. Analyze in detail a series of events described in a text; determine whether earlier events caused later ones or simply preceded them.
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MI.E1.Economics - The Market Economy

Economics - The Market Economy
1.1. Individual, Business, and Government Choices: Explain and demonstrate how economic organizations confront scarcity and market forces when organizing, producing, using, and allocating resources to supply the marketplace.
1.1.1. Scarcity, Choice, Opportunity Costs, and Comparative Advantage - Using examples, explain how scarcity, choice, opportunity costs affect decisions that households, businesses, and governments make in the market place and explain how comparative advantage creates gains from trade.
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1.1.2. Entrepreneurship - Identify the risks, returns and other characteristics of entrepreneurship that bear on its attractiveness as a career.
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1.2. Competitive Markets: Analyze how the functions and constraints of business structures, the role of price in the market, and relationships of investment to productivity and growth, impact competitive markets.
1.2.1. Business Structures - Compare and contrast the functions and constraints facing economic institutions including small and large businesses, labor unions, banks, and households.
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1.3. Prices, Supply, and Demand: Compare how supply, demand, price, equilibrium, elasticity, and incentives affect the workings of a market.
1.3.1. Law of Supply - Explain the law of supply and analyze the likely change in supply when there are changes in prices of the productive resources (e.g., labor, land, capital including technology), or the profit opportunities available to producers by selling other goods or services, or the number of sellers in a market.
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1.3.2. Law of Demand - Explain the law of demand and analyze the likely change in demand when there are changes in prices of the goods or services, availability of alternative (substitute or complementary) goods or services, or changes in the number of buyers in a market created by such things as change in income or availability of credit.
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1.4. Role of Government in the Market: Describe the varied ways government can impact the market through policy decisions, protection of consumers, and as a producer and consumer of goods and services, and explain how economic incentives affect government decisions.
1.4.2. Government and Consumers - Analyze the role of government in protecting consumers and enforcing contracts, (including property rights), and explain how this role influences the incentives (or disincentives) for people to produce and exchange goods and services.
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1.4.3. Government Revenue and Services - Analyze the ways in which local and state governments generate revenue (e.g., income, sales, and property taxes) and use that revenue for public services (e.g., parks and highways).
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MI.E2.Economics - The National Economy of the United States of America

Economics - The National Economy of the United States of America
2.1. Understanding National Markets: Describe inflation, unemployment, output, and growth, and the factors that cause changes in those conditions, and describe the role of money and interest rates in national markets.
2.1.9. American Economy in the World - Analyze the changing relationship between the American economy and the global economy including, but not limited to, the increasing complexity of American economic activity (e.g., outsourcing, off-shoring, and supply-chaining) generated by the expansion of the global economy.
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2.2. Role of Government in the American Economy: Analyze the role of government in the American economy by identifying macroeconomic goals; comparing perspectives on government roles; analyzing fiscal and monetary policy; and describing the role of government as a producer and consumer of public goods and services. Analyze how governmental decisions on taxation, spending, protections, and regulation impact macroeconomic goals.
2.2.3. Fiscal Policy and its Consequences - Analyze the consequences - intended and unintended - of using various tax and spending policies to achieve macroeconomic goals of stable prices, low unemployment, and economic growth.
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2.2.5. Government Revenue and Services - Analyze the ways in which governments generate revenue on consumption, income and wealth and use that revenue for public services (e.g., parks and highways) and social welfare (e.g., social security, Medicaid, Medicare).
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MI.E3.Economics - The International Economy

Economics - The International Economy
3.1. Economic Systems: Explain how different economic systems, including free market, command, and mixed systems, coordinate and facilitate the exchange, production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services.
3.1.1. Major Economic Systems - Give examples of and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of major economic systems (command, market and mixed), including their philosophical and historical foundations (e.g., Marx and the Communist Manifesto, Adam Smith and the Wealth of Nations).
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3.2. Economic Interdependence - Trade: Describe how trade generates economic development and interdependence and analyze the resulting challenges and benefits for individuals, producers, and government.
3.2.2. Domestic Activity and World Trade - Assess the impact of trade policies (i.e. tariffs, quotas, export subsidies, product standards and other barriers), monetary policy, exchange rates, and interest rates on domestic activity and world trade.
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3.2.4. Monetary Policy and International Trade - Analyze how the decisions made by a country's central bank (or the Federal Reserve) impact a nation's international trade.
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3.2.5. The Global Economy and the Marketplace - Analyze and describe how the global economy has changed the interaction of buyers and sellers, such as in the automobile industry.
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MI.E4.Economics - Personal Finance

Economics - Personal Finance
4.1. Decision Making: Describe and demonstrate how the economic forces of scarcity and opportunity costs impact individual and household choices.
4.1.1. Scarcity and Opportunity Costs - Apply concepts of scarcity and opportunity costs to personal financial decision making.
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4.1.2. Marginal Benefit and Cost - Use examples and case studies to explain and evaluate the impact of marginal benefit and marginal cost of an activity on choices and decisions.
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4.1.3. Personal Finance Strategy - Develop a personal finance strategy for earning, spending, saving and investing resources.
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4.1.4. Key Components of Personal Finance - Evaluate key components of personal finance including, money management, saving and investment, spending and credit, income, mortgages, retirement, investing (e.g., 401K, IRAs), and insurance.
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4.1.5. Personal Decisions - Use a decision-making model (e.g., stating a problem, listing alternatives, establishing criteria, weighing options, making the decision, and evaluating the result) to evaluate the different aspects of personal finance including careers, savings and investing tools, and different forms of income generation.
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4.1.6. Risk Management Plan - Develop a risk management plan that uses a combination of avoidance, reduction, retention, and transfer (insurance).
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MI.F.U.S. History and Geography - Foundations in U.S. History and Geography: Eras 1-5

U.S. History and Geography - Foundations in U.S. History and Geography: Eras 1-5
F1. Political and Intellectual Transformations of America to 1877
F1.2. Using the American Revolution, the creation and adoption of the Constitution, and the Civil War as touchstones, develop an argument/narrative about the changing character of American political society and the roles of key individuals across cultures in prompting/supporting the change by discussing:
F1.2b. The development of governmental roles in American life
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F1.2f. America's political and economic role in the world
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F1. World Historical and Geographical ''Habits of Mind'' and Central Concepts: Explain and use key conceptual devices world historians/geographers use to organize the past including periodization schemes (e.g., major turning points, different cultural and religious calendars), and different spatial frames (e.g., global, interregional, and regional).
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F2. Geographic, Economic, Social, and Demographic Trends in America to 1877
F2.1. Describe the major trends and transformations in American life prior to 1877 including:
F2.1a. Changing political boundaries of the United States
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F2.1f. Changes in commerce, transportation, and communication
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F2.1g. Major changes in Foreign Affairs marked by such events as the War of 1812, the Mexican-American War, and foreign relations during the Civil War
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F2. Systems of Human Organizations: Use the examples listed below to explain the basic features and differences between hunter-gatherer societies, pastoral nomads, civilizations, and empires, focusing upon the differences in their political, economic and social systems, and their changing interactions with the environment.
F2.2. TWO ancient river civilizations, such as those that formed around the Nile, Indus, Tigris-Euphrates, or Yangtze
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F2.3. Classical China or India (Han China or Gupta empires)
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F2.4. Classical Mediterranean (Greece and Rome)
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F4. Regional Interactions: Identify the location and causes of frontier interactions and conflicts, and internal disputes between cultural, social and/or religious groups in classical China, the Mediterranean world, and south Asia (India) prior to 300 C.E.
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MI.F.World History and Geography - Foundations WHG 1-3: Beginning the High School World History and Geography Course/Credit

World History and Geography - Foundations WHG 1-3: Beginning the High School World History and Geography Course/Credit
F1. Political and Intellectual Transformations of America to 1877
F1.2. Using the American Revolution, the creation and adoption of the Constitution, and the Civil War as touchstones, develop an argument/narrative about the changing character of American political society and the roles of key individuals across cultures in prompting/supporting the change by discussing:
F1.2b. The development of governmental roles in American life
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F1.2f. America's political and economic role in the world
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F1. World Historical and Geographical ''Habits of Mind'' and Central Concepts: Explain and use key conceptual devices world historians/geographers use to organize the past including periodization schemes (e.g., major turning points, different cultural and religious calendars), and different spatial frames (e.g., global, interregional, and regional).
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F2. Geographic, Economic, Social, and Demographic Trends in America to 1877
F2.1. Describe the major trends and transformations in American life prior to 1877 including:
F2.1a. Changing political boundaries of the United States
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F2.1f. Changes in commerce, transportation, and communication
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F2.1g. Major changes in Foreign Affairs marked by such events as the War of 1812, the Mexican-American War, and foreign relations during the Civil War
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F2. Systems of Human Organizations: Use the examples listed below to explain the basic features and differences between hunter-gatherer societies, pastoral nomads, civilizations, and empires, focusing upon the differences in their political, economic and social systems, and their changing interactions with the environment.
F2.2. TWO ancient river civilizations, such as those that formed around the Nile, Indus, Tigris-Euphrates, or Yangtze
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F2.3. Classical China or India (Han China or Gupta empires)
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F2.4. Classical Mediterranean (Greece and Rome)
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F4. Regional Interactions: Identify the location and causes of frontier interactions and conflicts, and internal disputes between cultural, social and/or religious groups in classical China, the Mediterranean world, and south Asia (India) prior to 300 C.E.
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