Standards

State Standards:
5.4. How International Relationships Function
Compare how past and present United States’ policy interests have changed over time and analyze the impact on future international relationships.
Analyze the United States’ interaction with other nations and governmental groups in world events.
8.1. Historical Analysis and Skills Development
Evaluate chronological thinking. Sequential order of historical narrative
Synthesize and evaluate historical sources.

  • Literal meaning of historical passages
  • Data in historical and contemporary maps, graphs and tables
  • Different historical perspectives
  • Data presented in maps, graphs and tables
  • Visual data presented in historical evidence

Evaluate historical interpretation of events.

  • Impact of opinions on the perception of facts
  • Issues and problems in the past
  • Multiple points of view
  • Illustrations in historical stories and sources
  • Connections between causes and results
  • Author or source of historical narratives’ points of view
  • Central issue

Synthesize historical research.

  • Historical event (time and place)
  • Facts, folklore and fiction
  • Historical questions
  • Primary sources
  • Secondary sources
  • Conclusions (e.g., Senior Projects, research papers, debates)
  • Credibility of evidence

8.3.12 United States History
Identify and evaluate the political and cultural contributions of individuals and groups to United States history from 1890 to Present.

Identify and evaluate primary documents, material artifacts and historic sites important in United States history from 1890 to Present.
Evaluate how continuity and change has influenced United States history from 1890 to Present.

Identify and evaluate conflict and cooperation among social groups and organizations in United States history from 1890 to the Present.

 

Evaluate how continuity and change has influenced United States history from 1890 to Present

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