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NM.I:History: Students are able to identify important people and events in order to analyze significant patterns, relationships, themes, ideas, beliefs, and turning points in New Mexico, United States, and world history in order to understand the complexity of the human experience. Students will:

History: Students are able to identify important people and events in order to analyze significant patterns, relationships, themes, ideas, beliefs, and turning points in New Mexico, United States, and world history in order to understand the complexity of the human experience. Students will:
1-A: New Mexico: analyze how people and events of New Mexico have influenced United States and world history since statehood:
1-A:3. Analyze the role and impact of New Mexico and New Mexicans in World War II (e.g., Navajo code talkers, New Mexico national guard, internment camps, Manhattan project, Bataan death march);
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1-B: United States: analyze and evaluate the impact of major eras, events and individuals in United States history since the civil war and reconstruction:
1-B:1. Analyze the impact and changes that reconstruction had on the historical, political and social development of the United States;
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1-B:2. Analyze the transformation of the American economy and the changing social and political conditions in the United States in response to the industrial revolution, including:
1-B:2.a. Innovations in technology, evolution of marketing techniques, changes to the standard of living and the rise of consumer culture;
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1-B:2.b. Rise of business leaders and their companies as major forces in America (e.g., John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie);
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1-B:2.c. Development of monopolies and their impact on economic and political policies (e.g., laissez-faire economics, trusts, trust busting);
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1-B:2.e. Efforts of workers to improve working conditions (e.g., organizing labor unions, strikes, strike breakers);
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1-B:2.f. Rise and effect of reform movements (e.g., Populists, William Jennings Bryan, Jane Addams, muckrakers);
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1-B:2.h. Progressive reforms (e.g., the national income tax, direct election of senators, women's suffrage, prohibition);
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1-B:3. Analyze the United States' expanding role in the world during the late 19th and 20th centuries, to include:
1-B:3.a. Causes for a change in foreign policy from isolationism to interventionism; causes and consequences of the Spanish American war;
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1-B:3.b. Expanding influence in the western hemisphere (e.g., the Panama canal, Roosevelt corollary added to the Monroe doctrine, the ''big stick'' policy, ''dollar diplomacy'');
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1-B:3.c. Events that led to the United States' involvement in World War I; United States' rationale for entry into World War I and impact on military process, public opinion and policy;
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1-B:3.d. United States' mobilization in World War I (e.g., its impact on politics, economics and society);
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1-B:3.e. United States' impact on the outcome of World War I; United States' role in settling the peace (e.g., Woodrow Wilson, treaty of Versailles, league of nations, Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, Sr.);
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1-B:4. Analyze the major political, economic and social developments that occurred between World War I and World War II, to include:
1-B:4.a. Social liberation and conservative reaction during the 1920s (e.g., flappers, prohibition, the Scopes trial, the red scare);
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1-B:4.b. Causes of the great depression (e.g., over production, under consumption, credit structure);
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1-B:4.d. Development of mass/popular culture (e.g., rise of radio, movies, professional sports, popular literature);
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1-B:4.e. Human and natural crises of the great depression, (e.g., unemployment, food lines, the dust bowl, western migration of midwest farmers);
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1-B:4.f. Changes in policies, role of government and issues that emerged from the new deal (e.g., the works programs, social security, challenges to the supreme court);
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1-B:5. Analyze the role of the United States in World War II, to include:
1-B:5.a. Reasons the United States moved from a policy of isolationism to involvement after the bombing of Pearl Harbor;
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1-B:5.c. Major turning points in the war (e.g., the battle of Midway, D-Day invasion, dropping of atomic bombs on Japan);
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1-B:6. Analyze the development of voting and civil rights for all groups in the United States following reconstruction, to include:
1-B:6.b. Segregation as enforced by Jim Crow laws following reconstruction;
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1-B:6.d. Roles and methods of civil rights advocates (e.g., Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, Rosa Parks, Russell Means, Cesar Chavez);
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1-B:6.e. The passage and effect of the voting rights legislation on minorities (e.g., 19th amendment, role of Arizona supreme court decision on Native Americans, their disenfranchisement under Arizona constitution and subsequent changes made in other state constitutions regarding Native American voting rights - such as New Mexico, 1962, 1964 Civil Rights Act, Voting Act of 1965, 24th Amendment);
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1-B:6.g. Rise of black power, brown power, American Indian movement, united farm workers;
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1-B:7. Analyze the impact of World War II and the cold war on United States' foreign and domestic policy, to include:
1-B:7.a. Origins, dynamics and consequences of the cold war tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union;
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1-B:7.b. New role of the United States as a world leader (e.g., Marshall plan, NATO);
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1-B:7.d. Implementation of the foreign policy of containment, including the Truman doctrine;
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1-B:7.e. Red Scare (e.g., McCarthyism, House Un-American Activities Committee, nuclear weapons, arms race);
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1-B:7.f. External confrontations with communism (e.g., the Berlin blockade, Berlin wall, Bay of Pigs, Cuban missile crisis, Korea, Vietnam war);
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1-B:7.g. Sputnik and the space race;
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1-C: World: analyze and interpret the major eras and important turning points in world history from the age of enlightenment to the present, to develop an understanding of the complexity of the human experience:
1-C:10. Evaluate the ideologies and outcomes of independence movements in the emerging third world to include:
1-C:10.a. French Indochina and the Vietnam war (e.g., the role of Ho Chi Minh);
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1-C:11. Analyze historical and modern-day policies of the western hemisphere, with emphasis on Mexico and Canada, to include:
1-C:11.a. Expansion of democracy in western hemisphere;
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1-C:12. Explain how world history presents a framework of knowledge and skills within which to understand the complexity of the human experience, to include:
1-C:12.a. Analyze perspectives that have shaped the structures of historical knowledge;
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1-C:12.c. Explain connections made between the past and the present and their impact.
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1-C:4. Analyze the pattern of historical change as evidenced by the industrial revolution, to include:
1-C:4.a. Conditions that promoted industrialization;
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1-C:4.b. How scientific and technological innovations brought about change;
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1-C:4.c. Impact of population changes (e.g., population growth, rural-to-urban migrations, growth of industrial cities, emigration out of Europe);
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1-C:4.d. Evolution of work/business and the role of labor (e.g., the demise of slavery, division of labor, union movement, impact of immigration);
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1-C:4.f. Status and roles of women and minorities;
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1-C:7. Analyze and evaluate the causes, events and effects of World War I, to include:
1-C:7.b. Rise of ethnic and ideological conflicts (e.g., the Balkans, Austria-Hungary, decline of the Ottoman empire);
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1-C:7.c. Major turning points and the importance of geographic, military and political factors in decisions and outcomes;
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1-C:7.d. Human costs of the mechanization of war (e.g., machine-gun, airplane, poison gas, submarine, trench warfare, tanks);
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1-C:7.e. Effects of loss of human potential through devastation of populations and their successive generations;
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1-C:7.f. Effects of the Russian revolution and the implementation of communist rule;
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1-C:8. Analyze and evaluate the causes, events and impacts of World War II from various perspectives, to include:
1-C:8.a. Failures and successes of the treaty of Versailles and the league of nations; rise of totalitarianism (e.g., Nazi Germany's policies of European domination, holocaust);
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1-C:8.b. Political, diplomatic and military leadership (e.g., Winston Churchill, Joseph Stalin, Franklin Roosevelt, Emperor Hirohito, Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Francisco Franco);
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1-C:8.c. Principal theaters of battle, major turning points and geographic factors in military decisions and outcomes (e.g., Pearl Harbor, ''island-hopping,'' D-Day invasion, Stalingrad, atomic bombs dropped on Japan);
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1-C:9. Analyze and evaluate international developments following World War II, the cold war and post-cold war, to include:
1-C:9.a. War crime trials;
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1-C:9.c. Rebuilding of western Europe (e.g., Marshall Plan, NATO);
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1-C:9.d. Soviet control of eastern Europe (e.g., Warsaw pact, Hungarian revolt);
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1-C:9.j. New threats to peace;
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1-D: Skills: use critical thinking skills to understand and communicate perspectives of individuals, groups and societies from multiple contexts:
1-D:1. Understand how to use the skills of historical analysis to apply to current social, political, geographic and economic issues;
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1-D:4. Explain how to use a variety of historical research methods and documents to interpret and understand social issues (e.g., the friction among societies, the diffusion of ideas);
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1-D:6. Interpret events and issues based upon the historical, economic, political, social and geographic context of the participants;
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NM.II:Geography: Students understand how physical, natural, and cultural processes influence where people live, the ways in which people live, and how societies interact with one another and their environments. Students will:

Geography: Students understand how physical, natural, and cultural processes influence where people live, the ways in which people live, and how societies interact with one another and their environments. Students will:
2-A: Analyze and evaluate the characteristics and purposes of geographic tools, knowledge, skills, and perspectives and apply them to explain the past, present and future in terms of patterns, events and issues:
2-A:1. Evaluate and select appropriate geographic representations to analyze and explain natural and man-made issues and problems;
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2-E: Analyze and evaluate how economic, political, cultural and social processes interact to shape patterns of human populations and their interdependence, cooperation and conflict:
2-E:2. Analyze the effects of geographic factors on major events in United States and world history;
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2-E:4. How cooperation and conflict are involved in shaping the distribution of political, social and economic factors in New Mexico, United States and throughout the world (e.g., land grants, border issues, United States territories, Israel and the middle east, the former Soviet Union, and Sub-Saharan Africa);
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2-E:6. Analyze how differing points of view and self-interest play a role in conflict over territory and resources (e.g., impact of culture, politics, strategic locations, resources); and
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2-F: Analyze and evaluate the effects of human and natural interactions in terms of changes in the meaning, use, distribution and importance of resources in order to predict our global capacity to support human activity
2-F:1. Compare the ways man-made and natural processes modify the environment and how these modifications impact resource allocations;
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2-F:2. Analyze how environmental changes bring about and impact resources; and
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I2-C: Analyze the impact of people, places and natural environments upon the past and present in terms of our ability to plan for the future:
I2-C:2. Compare and contrast how different viewpoints influence policy regarding the use and management of natural resources;
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NM.III:Civics and Government: Students understand the ideals, rights, and responsibilities of citizenship and understand the content and history of the founding documents of the United States with particular emphasis on the United States and New Mexico constitutions and how governments function at local, state, tribal, and national levels. Students will:

Civics and Government: Students understand the ideals, rights, and responsibilities of citizenship and understand the content and history of the founding documents of the United States with particular emphasis on the United States and New Mexico constitutions and how governments function at local, state, tribal, and national levels. Students will:
3-A: Compare and analyze the structure, power and purpose of government at the local, state, tribal and national levels as set forth in their respective constitutions or governance documents:
3-A:5. Analyze the rights, protections, limits and freedoms included within the United States constitution and bill of rights, to include: constitutional mandates such as the right of habeas corpus, no bill of attainder and the prohibition of the ex post facto laws; 1st Amendment guarantees freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition; 4th, 5th and 6th Amendments address search and seizure, rights of the accused, right to a fair and speedy trial, and other legal protections; 14th Amendment protection of due process and equal protection under the law; conflicts which occur between rights, including tensions between the right to a fair trial and freedom of the press and between majority rule and individual rights; expansion of voting rights, limitation of presidential terms, etc;
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NM.IV:Economics: Students understand basic economic principles and use economic reasoning skills to analyze the impact of economic systems (including the market economy) on individuals, families, businesses, communities, and governments. Students will:

Economics: Students understand basic economic principles and use economic reasoning skills to analyze the impact of economic systems (including the market economy) on individuals, families, businesses, communities, and governments. Students will:
4-A: Analyze the ways individuals, households, businesses, governments and societies make decisions, are influenced by incentives (economic and intrinsic) and the availability and use of scarce resources, and that their choices involve costs and varying ways of allocating:
4-A:11. Analyze various investment strategies available when meeting personal and business goals;
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4-A:12. Understand the basis of supply and demand and marginal productivity; and
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4-A:13. Understand personal financing (e.g., banking, credit, debit, lending institutions).
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4-A:4. Analyze and evaluate the impact of economic choices on the allocation of scarce resources;
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4-A:5. Describe and analyze how economic incentives allow individuals, households, businesses, governments and societies to use scarce human, financial and natural resources more efficiently to meet economic goals;
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4-A:8. Describe and analyze the three major divisions of economics: macro-, micro- and consumer;
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4-B: Analyze and evaluate how economic systems impact the way individuals, households, businesses, governments and societies make decisions about resources and the production and distribution of goods and services:
4-B:1. Analyze the historic origins of the economic systems of capitalism, socialism and communism;
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4-B:12. Compare and contrast different types of taxes (e.g., progressive, regressive, proportional);
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4-B:14. Compare, analyze and evaluate the positive and negative aspects of American capitalism in relationship to other economic systems;
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4-B:17. Analyze the economic ramifications of entrepreneurship
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4-B:2. Compare the relationships between and among contemporary countries with differing economic systems;
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4-B:3. Understand the distribution and characteristics of economic systems throughout the world, to include: (e.g., characteristics of command, market, and traditional economies; how command, market and traditional economies operate in specific countries; comparison of the ways that people satisfy their basic needs through the production of goods and services);
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4-B:8. Evaluate economic systems by their ability to achieve broad societal goals (e.g., efficiency, equity, security, employment, stability, economic growth);
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4-B:9. Explain how businesses (e.g., sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations, franchises) are organized and financed in the United States economy;
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4-C: Analyze and evaluate the patterns and results of trade, exchange and interdependence between the United States and the world since 1900:
4-C:1. Analyze foreign and domestic issues related to United States economic growth since 1900;
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4-C:2. Analyze significant economic developments between World War I and World War II, to include: economic growth and prosperity of the 1920s; causes of the great depression and the effects on United States economy and government; new deal measures enacted to counter the great depression; expansion of government under new deal;
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4-C:3. Analyze the effects of World War II, the cold war and post-cold war on contemporary society, to include: economic effects of World War II on the home front; United States prosperity of the 1950s; impact of the cold war on business cycle and defense spending; recession of 1980s; technology boom and consequent economic slow-down of 2000;
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