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MN.9.1.Citizenship and Government

Citizenship and Government
9.1.2. Civic Values and Principles of Democracy
9.1.2.3. The United States is based on democratic values and principles that include liberty, individual rights, justice, equality, the rule of law, limited government, common good, popular sovereignty, majority rule and minority rights.
9.1.2.3.3. Analyze the tensions between the government’s dual role of protecting individual rights and promoting the general welfare, the struggle between majority rule and minority rights, and the conflict between diversity and unity.
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9.1.3. Rights and Responsibilities
9.1.3.4. Individuals in a republic have rights, duties and responsibilities.
9.1.3.4.3. Explain the scope and limits of rights of the accused under the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Eighth Amendments and changes created by legislative action and court interpretation.
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9.1.3.4.4. Explain the current and historical interpretations of the principles of due process and equal protection of the law; analyze the protections provided by the Fourteenth Amendment.
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9.1.4. Governmental Institutions & Political Processes
9.1.4.8. Public policy is shaped by governmental and non-governmental institutions and political processes.
9.1.4.8.1. Evaluate the impact of political parties on elections and public policy formation.
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9.1.4.8.2. Evaluate the role of interest groups, corporations, think tanks, the media and public opinion on the political process and public policy formation.
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9.1.5. Relationships of the United States to Other Nations and Organizations
9.1.5.10. The United States establishes and maintains relationships and interacts with indigenous nations and other sovereign nations, and plays a key role in world affairs.
9.1.5.10.2. Evaluate the effectiveness of diplomacy and other foreign policy tools used by the United States government and other nations in historical or contemporary times.
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9.1.5.10.3. Explain why governments interact in world affairs; describe how the United States government develops and carries out United States foreign policy, including treaty-making.
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9.1.5.11. International political and economic institutions influence world affairs and United States foreign policy.
9.1.5.11.2. Explain the role of international law in world affairs; evaluate the impact of the participation of nation states in international organizations.
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MN.9.12.Reading Benchmarks: Literacy in History/Social Studies 6-12

Reading Benchmarks: Literacy in History/Social Studies 6-12
Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity
9.12.10.10. 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
9.12.4.4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including vocabulary describing political, social, geographic, historical, or economic aspects of history/social studies.
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9.12.5.5. Analyze how a text uses structure to emphasize key points or advance an explanation or analysis
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Key Ideas and Details
9.12.3.3. 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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MN.9.2.Economics

Economics
9.2.1. Economic Reasoning Skills
9.2.1.1. People make informed economic choices by identifying their goals, interpreting and applying data, considering the short- and long-run costs and benefits of alternative choices and revising their goals based on their analysis.
9.2.1.1.1. Apply reasoned decision-making techniques in making choices; explain why different individuals, households, organizations and/or governments faced with the same alternatives might make different choices.
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9.2.2. Personal Finance
9.2.2.2. Personal and financial goals can be achieved by applying economic concepts and principles to personal financial planning, budgeting, spending, saving, investing, borrowing and insuring decisions.
9.2.2.2.2. Evaluate investment options using criteria such as risk, return, liquidity and time horizon; evaluate and apply risk management strategies in investing and insuring decisions.
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9.2.2.2.3. Evaluate the benefits and costs of credit; describe the “three C’s” of credit (character, capacity and collateral) and explain how these attributes can affect one's ability to borrow, rent, get a job and achieve other financial goals.
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9.2.3. Fundamental Concepts
9.2.3.3. Because of scarcity, individuals, organizations and governments must evaluate trade-offs, make choices and incur costs.
9.2.3.3.1. Identify the incentives and trade-offs related to a choice made by an individual, household, organization or government; describe the opportunity cost of a choice; and analyze the consequences of a choice (both intended and unintended).
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9.2.3.4. Economic systems differ in the ways that they address the three basic economic issues of allocation, production and distribution to meet society’s broad economic goals.
9.2.3.4.1. Explain how the availability of productive resources and technology limits the production of goods and services.
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9.2.3.4.2. Compare and contrast the characteristics of traditional, command (planned), market-based (capitalistic) and mixed economic systems.
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9.2.3.4.3. Define broad economic goals and describe the trade-offs that exist between them; evaluate how different economic systems achieve these goals in theory and in practice.
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9.2.4. Microeconomic Concepts
9.2.4.5. Individuals, businesses and governments interact and exchange goods, services and resources in different ways and for different reasons; interactions between buyers and sellers in a market determines the price and quantity exchanged of a good, service or resource.
9.2.4.5.3. Explain that market demand is based on each buyer’s willingness and ability to pay and the number of buyers in the market; analyze the effect of factors that can change demand.
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9.2.4.5.4. Explain that market supply is based on each seller’s cost and the number of sellers in the market; analyze the effect of factors that can change supply.
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9.2.4.5.5. Use demand and supply curves to explain how the equilibrium price and quantity in a market is determined as buyers and sellers adjust their offers in response to shortages or surpluses.
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9.2.4.5.6. Explain how changes (shifts) in the demand and supply of an item result in changes in its market price and quantity; explain how these shifts can lead to changes in prices and quantities in other markets.
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9.2.4.7. Resource markets and financial markets determine wages, interest rates and commodity prices.
9.2.4.7.1. Explain the role of productivity, human capital, unions, demographics and government policies in determining wage rates and income in labor markets.
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9.2.4.7.2. Explain the role of financial institutions and credit markets in the acquisition of capital.
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9.2.4.7.3. Describe commodities as natural resources necessary to produce goods and services; explain how world events and market speculation can affect commodity and other prices.
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9.2.5. Macroeconomic Concepts
9.2.5.10. The overall levels of output, employment and prices in an economy fluctuate in the short run as a result of the spending and production decisions of households, businesses, governments and others.
9.2.5.10.2. Use a short-run aggregate demand and aggregate supply model to describe changes in output, employment and the price level.
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MN.9.3.Geography

Geography
9.3.3. Human Systems
9.3.3.5. The characteristics, distribution and migration of human populations on the earth’s surface influence human systems (cultural, economic and political systems).
9.3.3.5.7. Describe how changes in transportation and communication technologies affect the patterns and processes of urbanization of the United States.
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9.3.4. Human Environment Interaction
9.3.4.9. The environment influences human actions; and humans both adapt to and change, the environment.
9.3.4.9.1. Analyze the interconnectedness of the environment and human activities (including the use of technology), and the impact of one upon the other.
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MN.9.4.History

History
9.4.1. Historical Thinking Skills
9.4.1.2. Historical inquiry is a process in which multiple sources and different kinds of historical evidence are analyzed to draw conclusions about how and why things happened in the past.
9.4.1.2.2. Evaluate alternative interpretations of historical events; use historical evidence to support or refute those interpretations.
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9.4.3. World History
9.4.3.10. New connections between the hemispheres resulted in the “Columbian Exchange,” new sources and forms of knowledge, development of the first truly global economy, intensification of coerced labor, increasingly complex societies and shifts in the international balance of power. (Emergence of the First Global Age: 1450-1750)
9.4.3.10.4. Describe the interactions and negotiations between Americans (Mayans, Aztecs, Incas) and European explorers, as well as the consequences. (Emergence of the First Global Age: 1450-1750)
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9.4.3.11. Industrialization ushered in wide-spread population growth and migration, new colonial empires and revolutionary ideas about government and political power. (The Age of Revolutions: 1750-1922)
9.4.3.11.3. Describe the independence movements and rebellions in the Caribbean and Central and South America; analyze the social, political and economic causes and consequences of these events. (The Age of Revolutions: 1750-1922)
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9.4.3.12. A rapidly evolving world dominated by industrialized powers, scientific and technological progress, profound political, economic, and cultural change, world wars and widespread violence and unrest produced a half century of crisis and achievement. (A Half Century of Crisis and Achievement: 1900-1950)
9.4.3.12.1. Describe the social, political and economic causes and consequences of World War I. (A Half Century of Crisis and Achievement: 1900-1950)
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9.4.3.12.2. Describe the rise and effects of communism and socialism in Europe and Asia, including the Bolshevik Revolution (1917) in Russia and the Chinese Revolution (1949). (A Half Century of Crisis & Achievement: 1900-1950)
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9.4.3.12.3. Describe the social, political and economic causes and main turning points of World War II. (A Half Century of Crisis and Achievement: 1900-1950)
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9.4.3.12.5. Identify major developments in science, medicine, and technology; analyze their benefits and dangers. (A Half Century of Crisis and Achievement: 1900-1950)
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9.4.3.13. Post- World War II geopolitical reorganization produced the Cold War balance of power and new alliances that were based on competing economic and political doctrines. (The World After World War II: 1950-1989)
9.4.3.13.2. Evaluate the degree to which individuals and groups have shaped the development of various post-colonial governments. (The World After World War II: 1950-1989)
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9.4.3.13.3. Explain how the Cold War shaped the global geopolitical climate, including proxy wars and the Non-Aligned Movement. (The World After World War II: 1950-1989)
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9.4.3.14. Globalization, the spread of capitalism and the end of the Cold War have shaped a contemporary world still characterized by rapid technological change, dramatic increases in global population and economic growth coupled with persistent economic and social disparities and cultural conflict. (The New Global Era: 1989- Present)
9.4.3.14.1. Analyze the causes and consequences of the long-term unrest in the Middle East. (The New Global Era: 1989 to Present)
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9.4.3.14.2. Analyze the social, political and economic impact of globalization and technological advancement, including the effects on the economies of developing countries and the impact on political power and political boundaries. (The New Global Era: 1989 to Present)
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9.4.3.8. The development of interregional systems of communication and trade facilitated new forms of social organization and new belief systems. (Classical Traditions, Belief Systems and Giant Empires: 2000 BCE – 600 CE)
9.4.3.8.1. Describe the development, characteristics, and decline of civilizations in Africa, East Asia, and South Asia; describe their interactions. (Classical Traditions, Belief Systems, and Giant Empires: 2000 BCE – 600 CE)
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9.4.3.8.2. Describe the development, characteristics, and decline of civilizations in Southwest Asia and around the Mediterranean Sea (Mesopotamia, Egypt, Persia, Greece, Rome); describe their interactions. (Classical Traditions, Belief Systems, and Giant Empires: 2000 BCE – 600 CE)
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9.4.3.8.3. onfucianism, Buddhism, Judaism and Christianity. (Classical Traditions, Belief Systems, and Giant Empires: 2000 BCE – 600 CE)
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9.4.3.9. Hemispheric networks intensified as a result of innovations in agriculture, trade across longer distances, the consolidation of belief systems and the development of new multi-ethnic empires while diseases and climate change caused sharp, periodic fluctuations in global population. (Post-Classical and Medieval Civilizations and Expanding Zones of Exchange: 600-1450)
9.4.3.9.7. Describe the intensified exchanges of scientific, artistic and historical knowledge among Europe, Africa and Southwest Asia; evaluate the impact on Christian and Islamic societies. (Post-Classical and Medieval Civilizations and Expanding Zones of Exchange: 600-1450)
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9.4.4. United States History
9.4.4.16. Rivalries among European nations and their search for new opportunities fueled expanding global trade networks and, in North America, colonization and settlement and the exploitation of indigenous peoples and lands; colonial development evoked varied responses by indigenous nations, and produced regional societies and economies that included imported slave labor and distinct forms of local government. (Colonization and Settlement: 1585-1763)
9.4.4.16.2. Compare and contrast the motivations for exploration, conquest and colonization in North America by different European nations. (Colonization and Settlement: 1585-1763)
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9.4.4.16.5. Analyze the impact of European colonization within North America on indigenous nations; analyze the impact of indigenous nations on colonization. (Colonization and Settlement: 1585-1763)
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9.4.4.17. The divergence of colonial interests from those of England led to an independence movement that resulted in the American Revolution and the foundation of a new nation based on the ideals of self-government and liberty. (Revolution and a New Nation, 1754-1800)
9.4.4.17.1. Describe the political and military events that caused some North American colonies to break with Great Britain, wage war and proclaim a new nation in 1776. (Revolution and a New Nation: 1754-1800)
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9.4.4.18. Economic expansion and the conquest of indigenous and Mexican territory spurred the agricultural and industrial growth of the United States; led to increasing regional, economic and ethnic divisions; and inspired multiple reform movements. (Expansion and Reform: 1792-1861)
9.4.4.18.2. Analyze how the expansion of United States territory and redefinition of borders affected the relationship of the United States with other nations, provided land for settlement, and resulted in political conflict. (Expansion and Reform: 1792-1861)
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9.4.4.19. Regional tensions around economic development, slavery, territorial expansion and governance resulted in a civil war and a period of Reconstruction that led to the abolition of slavery, a more powerful federal government, a renewed push into indigenous nations’ territory and continuing conflict over racial relations. (Civil War and Reconstruction: 1850-1877)
9.4.4.19.6. Outline the federal policies of war-time and post-war United States; explain the impact of these policies on Southern politics, society, the economy, race relations and gender roles. (Civil War and Reconstruction: 1850-1877)
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9.4.4.19.7. Describe the content, context, and consequences of the Thirteenth, Fourteenth and Fifteenth amendments; evaluate the successes and failures of the Reconstruction, including the election of 1876, in relation to freedom and equality across the nation. (Civil War and Reconstruction: 1850-1877)
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9.4.4.20. As the United States shifted from its agrarian roots into an industrial and global power, the rise of big business, urbanization and immigration led to institutionalized racism, ethnic and class conflict and new efforts at reform. (Development of an Industrial United States: 1870-1920)
9.4.4.20.1. Explain how technological innovation, heavy industrialization, and intensified boom-bust cycles of an unregulated capitalist economy led to changes in the nature of work, economic scale and productivity, the advent of the modern corporation, and the rise of national labor unions. (Development of an Industrial United States: 1870-1920)
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9.4.4.20.5. Describe "Jim Crow" racial segregation and disenfranchisement in the South, the rise of "scientific racism," the spread of racial violence across the nation, the anti-Chinese exclusion movement in the West, and the debates about how to preserve and expand freedom and equality. (Development of an Industrial United States: 1870-1920)
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9.4.4.20.6. Describe the major political and social reform movements of the Progressive Era; analyze their impact on individuals, communities and institutions. (Development of an Industrial United States: 1870-1920)
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9.4.4.20.8. Explain how the United States became a world power via trade and the imperialist acquisition of new territories. (Development of an Industrial United States: 1870-1920)
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9.4.4.20.9. Describe the implications of United States involvement in World War I on domestic and foreign policy. (Development of an Industrial United States: 1870-1920)
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9.4.4.21. The economic growth, cultural innovation and political apathy of the 1920s ended in the Great Depression which spurred new forms of government intervention and renewed labor activism, followed by World War II and an economic resurgence. (Great Depression and World War II: 1920-1945)
9.4.4.21.2. Analyze the economic causes of the Great Depression and the impact on individuals, communities and institutions. (Great Depression and World War II: 1920-1945)
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9.4.4.21.3. Analyze how the New Deal addressed the struggles of the Great Depression and transformed the role of government. (Great Depression and World War II: 1920-1945)
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9.4.4.21.4. Describe the role of the United States as an emerging world leader and its attempts to secure peace and remain neutral; explain the factors that led the United States to choose a side for war. (Great Depression and World War II: 1920-1945)
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9.4.4.21.5. Identify major conflicts of World War II; compare and contrast military campaigns in the European and Pacific theaters. (Great Depression and World War II: 1920-1945)
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9.4.4.22. Post- World War II United States was shaped by an economic boom, Cold War military engagements, politics and protests, and rights movements to improve the status of racial minorities, women and America’s indigenous peoples. (Post-World War II United States: 1945-1989)
9.4.4.22.2. Compare and contrast market and command economic systems and their associated political ideologies; explain how these differences contributed to the development of the Cold War. (Post-World War II United States: 1945-1989)
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9.4.4.22.3. Analyze the role of the United States in Southeast Asia including the Vietnam War; evaluate the impact of the domestic response to the war. (Post-World War II United States: 1945-1989)
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9.4.4.22.5. Explain the roots of the various civil rights movements, including African American, Native American, women, Latino American and Asian American. (Post-World War II United States: 1945-1989)
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9.4.4.22.6. Identify obstacles to the success of the various civil rights movements; explain tactics used to overcome the obstacles and the role of key leaders and groups. (Post-World War II United States: 1945-1989)
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9.4.4.22.7. Evaluate the legacy and lasting effects of the various civil rights movements of the 1960s and 70s; explain their connections to current events and concerns. (Post-World War II United States: 1945-1989)
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