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                          Objectives               United States History From              pages                       pages
                                                       1877 to the Present

           V–1       Identify and evaluate
                     events that led to the
                     settlement of the
                     West.
                     (6)
            a.       Identify and explain the      11-1A Describing the impact of      S27,140,216,242-         S27,140,216, 242-244,   Assessment
                     closing of the frontier and   Manifest Destiny on the             244,250,251,259, 262-    250,251,259, 262-273,   135,136,147, 148,152-
                     the transition from an                                            273, 276,281, 300, 217   276,281, 300            169 Transp.
                                                   economic development of the
                     agrarian society to an                                                                                              CT15, 48,49, GT16,
                                                   post-Civil War West, including                                                       HT15,35
                     industrial nation during
                     the 1800’s.                   mining, the cattle industry,
                     - Indian tribes:              railroads, Great Plains farming,
                          (Examples: new           and the Grange
                          states, U.S. Army and
                          Indian conflicts,
                          buffalo annihilation,
                          and geographic           11-1C Describing the impact of
                          impact)                  the Indian Removal Act of 1830 204-208, 226,227,313                                  Assessment 106-117
                     - Settlement of the                                                                        204-208, 226,227,313
                                                   and the Dawes Act on the
                          Midwest/immigrant        United States between
                          movement:
                          (Examples: steel         Reconstruction and World War
                          plow, windmill,          I
                          revolver, barbed wire,                                                                                        Assessment
                                                                                       219-223, 226,227         219-223, 226, 227
                          and railroad             11-2A Explaining the Populist                                                        105
                     - Changing roles of the       Movement as a forerunner of
                          American farmers:        Progressivism
                          (Examples: early
                          mechanization of
                          agriculture, farmers’
                          grievances, American
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                                                     1877 to the Present

                         agrarian rebellion,
                         Populist Movement,
                         and Alabama
                         farmers)
           V–2       Evaluate the concepts,                                         Chapter 5-8          Chapter 5-8              Assessm.
                     developments, and                                              140, 216, 242-244,   140, 216, 242-244,       135,136,147,148,152-
                     consequences of             11-1 Explain the transition of     250,251, 259,262-    250,251, 259,262-273,    169
                     industrialization and       the United States from an          273, 277-281,300,    277-281,300              Transp.
                     urbanization.               agrarian society to an             217                                           CT15, 48,49
                     (8)                         industrial nation prior to World                                                 GT16
                                                 War I.                                                                           HT15,35

                                                 Examples:urbanization,
                                                 development of Birmingham,
                                                 Sherman Antitrust Act,
                                                 mechanized farming, Turner
                                                 frontier thesis
            a.       Describe the concepts,      11–1D Comparing the volume,        237, 254-257,        237, 254-257, 259,261,   Assessm.
                     developments, and           motives, and settlement            259,261,268, 272-    268, 272-273             133,136-147
                     consequences of             patterns of immigrants from        273                                           Transp.
                     industrialization and                                                                                        GT15
                                                 Asia, Africa, Europe, and Latin
                     urbanization.
                     - Geographic factors
                                                 America
                         that influenced
                         industrialization:
                         (Examples: natural
                         resources, mountains,
                         rivers)
                     - Sources of power for
                         new industries:
                         (Examples: oil,
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                                                        1877 to the Present

                          electricity)              11-1E Describing the impact of   245,257,258,      245,257,258,       Assessm.
                     -    Communication             entrepreneurship and mutual      268,272,245,285   268,272,245, 285   136-147
                          Revolution:               aid on the lives of African
                          (Examples:                Americans and immigrants
                          transatlantic cable,
                          telephone, radio)
                                                    Examples:National Negro
                     -    Early industry/role of    Business League, Independent
                          labor in Alabama          Order of St. Luke, Polish
                          [Note: Alabama            National Alliance
                          maps may be used]
                          (Examples: iron, steel,
                          coal, railroad, lumber,
                          shipping, textiles,
                          convict leasing)
                     -    Monopolies/mergers:
                          (Examples: Robber
                          barons, Rockefeller,
                          Carnegie)
                     -    Ideologies of business:
                          (Examples:
                          SocialDarwinism,
                          Gospel of Wealth,
                          Horatio Alger)
                     -    Urbanization in the
                          late 1800’s [Note:
                          photos, political
                          cartoons, and graphs
                          may be used] -
                          Geographic: [Note:
                          population maps may
                          be used] (Example:
                          from farm to factory)
                          - Economic:
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                                                        1877 to the Present

                         (Examples:
                         immigrant labor, child
                         labor, female labor,
                         labor unions, labor
                         strikes, immigration
                         restrictions)
            b.       Identify, explain, and         11-1B Contrasting arguments       219-223, 226,227      20000019-223, 226,        Assessm.
                     relate the                     over currency issues, including                         227                       106-120
                     accomplishments and            the silver issue, greenbacks,
                     limitations of the
                                                    and the gold standard
                     Progressive Movement.
                     - Characteristics
                     - Social: Role of
                         women, Muckrakers          11-2 Describe social and
                         (Examples: The             political origins,                S7,S11,64,240, 242-   S7,S11,64,240, 242-251,   Assessm.
                         Jungle by Upton                                              251, 266, 272,285-    266, 272,285-288, 290,    54,59, 136-147, 150,
                                                    accomplishments, and
                         Sinclair, History of the                                     288, 290, 300,        300, 306-316, 334,        152-169, 170,171, 175-
                                                    limitations of                    306-316, 334, 335-    335-339, 34, 215          192
                          Standard Oil
                          Company by Ida            Progressivism.                    339, 34,                                        Transp.
                          Tarbell), Public          Examples:women’s                  215,239,304                                     CT17, 28,51
                          education (Example:       suffrage, political reform,                                                       GT17,H35
                          Horace Mann)              contributions of third
                     -    The Niagara
                                                    parties
                          Movement: W.E.B.
                          DuBois, National
                          Association for the
                          Advancement of
                          Colored People
                                                                                      308, 311,320,326,     308, 311,320, 326,327,    Assessm.
                          (NAACP)                   11-2B Identifying the impact
                          Atlanta                                                     327, 338, 339, 311    338, 339                  175-192
                     -                              of the muckrakers on public
                          Exposition/Compromis      opinion during the Progressive
                          e                         Movement
                     -    Tuskegee Insti.: Bkr.
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                            Objectives                United States History From              pages                      pages
                                                          1877 to the Present

                          T. Washington,
                          George Washington
                          Carver
                     -    Political: Plessy v.        11-2C Analyzing political and
                          Ferguson                                                        S7,S11, 64, 240, 242-   S7,S11, 64, 240, 242-251,   Assessm.
                                                      social motives that shaped the
                     -    Alabama’s 1901                                                  251, 266, 272, 285-     266, 272, 285-288,          54,59,136-147, 150,
                          Constitution                1901 Constitution of Alabama
                                                      to determine their long-term        288, 290, 300,          290, 300, 306-316,          152-169, 170,171, 175-
                     -    Progressive
                                                      effect on politics and economics    306-316, 334,335,       334,335, 338, 339, 34,      192
                          Constitutional
                          Amendments and              in Alabama                          338, 339, 34, 215       215                         Transp. CT17,48,51
                          impact: 16th, 17th, 18th,                                                                                           GT17, H35
                          19th Amendments
                     -    Progressive leadership
                          of Theodore Roosevelt
                          and Woodrow Wilson:
                          (Examples: antitrust                                       287, 290-291, 300,           287, 290-291, 300, 301,     Assessm.
                                                      11-2D Explaining Supreme
                          laws such as the                                           301, 311, 316, 319,          311, 316, 319, 701          152-169
                          Clayton Act and             Court decisions affecting the  701, 286, 700                                            SCC
                          Federal Trade               Progressive Movement                                                                    67-72
                          Commission, labor           Example:Plessy versus Ferguson
                          reforms, conservation
                          movements, Federal          11-2E Determining the influence     285, 324, 325           285, 324, 325               Assessm.
                          Reserve System)             of the Niagara Movement, Booker                                                         149, 172
                     -    Election of 1912            T. Washington, William Edward
                                                      Burghardt (W. E. B.) Du Bois, and
                                                      Carter G. Woodson on the
                                                      Progressive Era

                                                                                                                                              Assessm.
                                                      11-2F Comparing the presidential    S7, 318-320, 322-       S7, 318-320, 322-324,       172-189, 196
                                                      leadership of Theodore Roosevelt,
                                                                                          324, 329-334, 363,      329-334, 363                PEH 18-20
                                                      William Howard Taft, and
                                                      Woodrow Wilson in obtaining the     325, 364, 365                                       Transp. HT36

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                          Objectives             United States History From                pages                 pages
                                                     1877 to the Present

                                                 passage of measures regarding
                                                 trust-busting, the Hepburn Act, the
                                                 Pure Food and Drug Act,
                                                 conservation, and Wilson’s foreign
                                                 relations
          VI – 1     Evaluate the causes of      11-4 Describe the causes and          S7, 318-320, 322-   S7, 318-320, 322-324,   Assessm.
                     World War I:                impact of the intervention by         324, 329-334, 363   329-334, 363            209, 313-330
                     Socioeconomic climate       the United States in World
                     of the United States,       War I.
                     European economy,
                     Nationalism,
                     Imperialism,
                     Militarism.
                     (9)
            a.       Identify and explain        11-3 Explain the impact of            342-345, 354-362,   342-345, 354-362,       Assessm.
                     American imperialism        American imperialism,                 368-369             368-369                 193, 195
                     and territorial expansion   including the geographic                                                          Transp.
                     prior to World War I.       changes due to the Open                                                           CT18,52
                     - Search for raw                                                                                              GT18, HT17, 37
                                                 Door Policy and the Roosevelt
                         materials
                     - Global balance of         Corollary, on the foreign
                         power                   policy of the United States
                     - Hawaiian Islands          between Reconstruction and
                     - Spanish American          World War I.
                         War: (Examples:         Example: Territorial
                         Yellow press, Rough     expansion in the Pacific and
                         Riders, Cuba and the    Caribbean.
                         Philippines)
                     - Open Door Policy
                     - Panama Canal:
                         (Example: William C.
                         Gorgas)
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                                                        1877 to the Present

                     -    Roosevelt’s Corollary     11-3a Describe the causes and        S7,346-355, 368,    S7,346-355, 368, 369    Assessm.
                                                    consequences of the Spanish-         369                                         194
                                                    American War including yellow
                                                    journalism
                                                    Examples:
                                                    Causes-economic interest of the
                                                    United States in Cuba; sinking of
                                                    the Maine;
                                                    Consequences- Treaty of Paris
                                                    (1898), insurgency in the
                                                    Philippines.

                                                    11-3b Identifying Alabama’s
                                                    significant contributions to the     184, 185, 353       184, 185, 353           N/A
                                                    United States between
                                                    Reconstruction and World War I,
                                                    including those of William Gorgas,
                                                    Joe Wheeler, and John T. Morgan.


            b.       Identify and analyze           11-4a Identify major events of       S25,372,,374,375,37 S25,372,,374,375,378-   Assessm.
                     America’s involvement in       World War I                          8-380, 383-386,     380, 383-386, 406-407   209, 213-230
                     World War I.                                                        406-407                                     (AL10)
                     - Causes of the war:
                         long term and
                         immediate
                     - Causes of the United         11-4b Explain how the                381-395, 406-407    381-395, 406-407        Assessm.
                         States’ entry into the     mobilization of the United States
                         war                                                                                                         210, 213-230
                                                    for World War I affected the                                                     Transp.
                     - Mobilization                 population of the United States.
                     - American military                                                                                             CT53
                         role (Note: no specific                                                                                     (AL11)

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                                                        1877 to the Present

                          battles)
                     -    Homefront                                                    388-397, 406-407    388-397, 406-407        Assessm.
                     -    Technological             11-4c Describe economic and                                                    211, 213-230
                          innovations               social changes on the home front                                               (AL11)
                     -    Treaty of Versailles      during World War I.




                                                    11-4d Explain the controversy
                                                                                       399-403, 406-407    399-403, 406-407        Assessm.
                                                    over the Treaty of Versailles
                                                    (1919), Fourteen Points and the                                                212, 213-230
                                                    League of Nations.                                                             (AL12)


            c.       Trace and explain global       11-4a Identify major events of     S25,372,,374,375,37 S25,372,,374,375,378-   Assessm.
                     transformation: European       World War I                        8-380, 383-386,     380, 383-386, 406-407   209, 213-230
                     nationalism and Western                                           406-407                                     (AL10)
                     imperialism.
                     - Economic roots of
                         ideology: Nationalism
                         and militarism
                         (Italian, Germany,
                         Austria-Hungary),
                         Social Darwinism,
                         Racism
                     - European colonialism
                         and rivalries in Africa,
                         Asia, and the Middle
                         East
                     - U. S.
                         imperialism:(Example
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                         s: Philippines, Cuba,
                         Central America)
          VI – 2     Analyze the effects of        11-4a Identify major events of    S25,372,,374,375,37 S25,372,,374,375,378-   Assessm.
                     World War I:                  World War I                       8-380, 383-386,     380, 383-386, 406-407   209, 213-230
                     America’s rejection of                                          406-407                                     (AL10)
                     world leadership,
                     American culture,
                     Racial conflicts.
                     (9)
            a.       Identify and analyze the      11-4d Explain the controversy     399-403, 406-407    399-403, 406-407        Assessm.
                     course and consequences       over the Treaty of Versailles                                                 212, 213-230
                     of World War I.               (1919), Fourteen Points and the                                               (AL12)
                     - Course: Plans,              League of Nations
                         Attrition on the
                         Western front,
                         Technology
                     - Consequences:               11-4e Compare the short- and      400,402,403, 406-   400,402,403, 406-407    Assessm.
                         Political, Social,        long-term effects of changing     407, 401                                    212, 213-230
                         Economic                  boundaries in pre- and post-                                                  (AL12)
                     - Post-World War I Era:       World War I Europe on European
                         League of Nations,        nations.
                         Wilson’s support and
                         congressional rejection
                     - Unfinished business:
                         World War II
            b.       Identify and explain the      11-5   Describe the impact of     101,105,388,393,    101,105,388,393, 412-   Assessm.
                     development of post-war              social changes and the     412-418, 434-448,   418, 434-448, 450-461   231, 234-261
                     American culture.                    influence of key           450-461                                     Transp.
                     - Roaring Twenties:                  figures in the United                                                  CT21,55
                         Arts and Humanities                                                                                     GT20, 21
                                                          States from World War
                         – American writers,                                                                                     HT19
                         Harlem Renaissance,              I through the 1920’s,
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                            Objectives              United States History From            pages          pages
                                                        1877 to the Present

                          Jazz Age (Example:                including Prohibition,                                   (AL13)
                          W.C. Handy), Mass                 the passage of the
                          entertainment,                    Nineteenth
                          Technological                     Amendment, the
                          innovations
                                                            Scopes Trial,
                          (Examples: aviation,
                          automobiles, home                 immigration, the Red
                          appliances) Underside             Scare, Susan B.
                          of the 1920’s                     Anthony, Margaret
                          (Examples: poverty,               Sanger, Elizabeth
                          unorganized labor                 Cady Stanton, the
                          force, decline in farm            Harlem Renaissance,
                          incomes, conditions in            the Great Migration,
                          Alabama,
                                                            W. C. Handy, the Jazz
                          invalidation of anti-
                          child labor laws,                 Age, and Zelda
                          prohibition, racism),             Fitzgerald.
                          Women’s issues
                          (Examples: Margaret
                          Sanger, Zelda
                          Fitzgerald)
                     -    Racial and ethnic
                          conflict (1920’s and
                                                    11-5a Compare the domestic
                          1930’s) Red Scare,
                          Sacco and Vanzetti        policies of Presidents Harding,
                          case, Ku Klux Klan        Coolidge and Hoover.
                          activities, Black
                          migration to northern
                          cities, Racial violence
                          (Examples: riots and
                          lynchings),               11-5b Describe the impact of
                          Immigration laws of       American writers, mass
                          the 1920’s                entertainment, and technological
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                                                   1877 to the Present

                                              innovations on the culture of the
                                              United States from the end of
                                              World War I through the 1920’s
                                              Examples: American writers-
                                              characterizaion of 1920’s by F.
                                              Scott Fitzgerald, Henry Louis
                                              (H.L.) Mencken, and Ernest
                                              Hemmingway; mass
                                              entertainment-provision of cheap
                                              entertainment through movies
                                              and baseball; technology-
                                              introduction of vacuum cleaners,
                                              automobiles, and telephones for
                                              the average citizens.



                                              11-5c Describe the changing
                                              economic behavior of American
                                              consumers. Examples: stock
                                              market speculation, use of credit.




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                                                     1877 to the Present

          VII – 1    Analyze the advent          11-6    Describe the social and      S32,S33,464, 465,   S32,S33,464, 465,        Assessm.
                     and impact of the                   economic conditions          469-485, 488-502,   469-485, 488-502,        262,263, 265-282,
                     Great Depression and                from the 1920s               504-509, 515-519    504-509, 515-519         283,287
                     the New Deal on                     through the Great                                                         Transp.
                     American life:                      Depression, the factors                                                   CT23, 57
                     Political, Economic,                leading to a                                                              GT22
                     and Social (8)                      deepening crisis, and                                                     HT22, 40
                                                         the successes and                                                         (AL15)
                                                         failures associated
                                                         with the programs
                                                         and policies of the
                                                         New Deal.
                                                         Examples: social-false
                                                         sense of prosperity;
                                                         economic-collapse of
                                                         farm economy,
                                                         consequences of stock
                                                         market speculation,
                                                         impact of Herbert
                                                         monetary and
                                                         banking policies,
                                                         impact of economic
                                                         policies.
            a.       Identify and analyze the    11-5c Describe the changing          425-427, 430-431,   425-427, 430-431, 441,   Assessm.
                     causes of the Great         economic behavior of American        441, 465-467,       465-467                  233, 234, 235
                     Depression:                 consumers. Examples: stock           442,466                                      (AL14)
                     - Disparity of income       market speculation, use of credit.
                       -Stock market
                     speculation - Collapse of
                     farm economy
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                                                 11-6a Describe the impact of the     470, 471          471                  Assessm.
                                                 Hawley-Smoot Tariff Act on the                                              262
                                                 global economy.                                                             (AL15)


            b.       Identify and analyze the    11-6b Describe the impact of the     S33,491,519-523   S33,491,519-523      Assessm.
                     course of the Great         T.V.A., the Agriculture                                                     287-289
                     Depression and its impact   Adjustment Administration                                                   (AL16)
                     on American life.           (AAA), and the Civilian
                     - Geographic [Note:         Conservation Corps (CCC) on
                         maps included]          Alabama and the Southeast.
                         (Examples: Dust
                         bowl, Southern
                         Appalachian region,
                         Tennessee Valley,       11-6c Analyze the conditions
                         impact on Alabama       created by the Dust Bowl for their
                         economy).               impact on migration patterns
                     - Hoover’s                  during the Great Depression.
                         administration
                     - Political and
                         economic: FDR’s New
                         Deal program            11-6d Identify notable authors of
                         (Examples: Federal
                                                 the period
                         Deposit Insurance
                         Corporation (FDIC),
                                                 Examples: John Steinbeck,
                         Social Security,
                                                 William Faulkner, Zora Neale
                         National Labor
                                                 Hurston
                         Relations Board
                         (NLRB), Works
                         Progress
                         Administration
                         (WPA), Civilian

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                        Conservation Corps
                        (CCC), Fair Labor
                        Standards Act)
                     - Cultural: (Examples:
                        movies, radio, fireside
                        chats, homelessness,
                        malnutrition)
          VII – 2    Analyze America’s            11-7    Explain the entry by        S26, 550—552,         S26, 550—552, 554-        Assessm.
                     involvement in World                 the United States into      554-559, 562-564,     559, 562-564, -585,       303, 304-318, 320-
                     War II.                              World War II and            -585, 598-599         598-599                   337
                                                          major military                                                              Transp.
                                                          campaigns in the                                                            CT25
                                                          European and Pacific                                                        GT25
                                                          Theaters.                                                                   HT24
                                                          Examples: Operation                                                         (AL17)
                                                          Torch, Operation
                                                          Overlord, Island Hopping
            a.       Identify and analyze         11-7a Identifying roles of          528-531, 533, 537,    528-531, 533, 537, 541,   Assessm.
                     America’s involvement in     significant leaders including       541, 544, 554, 558-   544, 554, 558-559, 577    304-315, 317
                     World War II.                Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston      559, 577                                        Transp.
                     - Causes: Europe             Churchill, Joseph Stalin, and                                                       HT23
                         (Munich conference,      Adolph Hitler.                                                                      (AL18)
                         Invasion of Poland),
                         Asia (Japanese
                         expansion, Attack on
                         Pearl Harbor)
                     - Homefront: Women’s         11-7b Explaining the isolationist
                         participation:                                               534,535               534,535                   Assessm.
                                                  debate as it evolved from the
                         industry and             1920s to Pearl Harbor.                                                              300, 320-327
                         volunteerism,
                         Rationing, War bonds,
                         Japanese internment
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                                                        1877 to the Present

                     -    Political leaders:        11-7c Describing the changing
                          (Examples: FDR,           home front, including wartime
                          Stalin, Churchill,        economic measure, population
                          Hitler, Mussolini         shifts, racial and ethnic tensions,
                     -    Military participation:   industrialization, science, and
                          Turning Points            technology.
                          (Examples:
                          Stalingrad, Midway,
                          North Africa,             11-7d Explaining Alabama’s
                          Normandy), Military       participation in World War II,
                          leaders – Eisenhower,     including the Tuskegee Airmen,
                          MacArthur                 the Aliceville Prisoner of War
                     -    Holocaust: Liberation     (POW) camp, the growth of the
                          of concentration          Port of Mobile, Birmingham steel,
                          camps                     and military bases
                     -    Scientific and
                          technological
                          developments:
                          Atomic bomb –             11-7e Explaining events and
                          Hiroshima and             consequences of war crimes
                          Nagasaki                  committed during World War II,
                                                    including the Holocaust, the
                                                    Bataan Death March, and the
                                                    Nuremberg Trials

                                                    11-7f Describing consequences of
                                                    World War II on the lives of
                                                    American citizens
                                                    Examples: Servicemen’s
                                                    Readjustment Act of 1944 (GI
                                                    Bill), desegregation of the
                                                    military.

Textbook: The Americans: Reconstruction to the 21st Century
                                              Gadsden City Schools Curriculum Alignment
                                                            Social Studies
                                                           Eleventh Grade
         Standard      AHSGE Standards &              COS 11th Grade                  Teacher Text          Student text        Resources       Date
                          Objectives            United States History From               pages                 pages
                                                    1877 to the Present




            b.       Compare America’s
                     involvement in World
                     War II to World War I.

                                                11-8 Describe the international      602-607, 622-627,   602-607, 622-627,   Assessm.
                                                role of the United States from       630-631             630-631             338,341, 342-353
                                                1945 through 1960 relative to the                                            Transp.
                                                Truman Doctrine, Marshall Plan,
                                                                                                                             CT26,60
                                                Berlin Blockade, and NATO.
                                                                                                                             GT26
                                                                                                                             HT25,41
                                                                                                                             (AL21)




                                                11-8a Describing Cold War            616-621, 630, 631   616-621, 630, 631   Assessm.
                                                policies and issues, including                                               340, 342-353
                                                the Domino Theory, and                                                       (AL21)
                                                McCarthyism and their
                                                consequences
                                                Examples: consequences-
                                                institution of loyalty oaths under
                                                Harry Truman, Alger Hiss case,
                                                House un-American Activities
                                                Committee, executions of the
                                                Rosenbergs.



Textbook: The Americans: Reconstruction to the 21st Century
                                           Gadsden City Schools Curriculum Alignment
                                                         Social Studies
                                                        Eleventh Grade
         Standard      AHSGE Standards &             COS 11th Grade                  Teacher Text            Student text              Resources        Date
                          Objectives           United States History From               pages                   pages
                                                   1877 to the Present

                                              11-8b Locating areas of conflict      S28, 607, 610-615,    S28, 607, 610-615, 624,   Assessm.
                                             during the Cold War from 1945          624, 625, 630, 631,   625, 630, 631, 673-678,   338,339, 342-353,
                                             to 1960                                673-678, 696-697,     696-697                   370, 373-384
              Examples:                      Examples: East and West                609                                             Transp.
                                             Germany, Hungary, Poland,                                                              GT26
                                             Cuba, Korea, China                                                                     (AL22)




                                              11-9 Describe major domestic          670-672, 679-683      670-672, 679-683          Assessm.
                                                  events and issues of the                                                          219,222, 223-224,
                                                  Kennedy and Johnson                                                               Transp.
                                                  Administrations.
                                                                                                                                    HT43
                                                                                                                                    (AL22)



                                              11-9a Explaining the impact of the    679, 681, 686-693,    679, 681, 686-693,        Assessm.
                                              New Frontier and the Great            696, 697              696, 697                  271-274
                                              Society on the people of the United
                                                                                                                                    (AL23)
                                              States




Textbook: The Americans: Reconstruction to the 21st Century
                                           Gadsden City Schools Curriculum Alignment
                                                         Social Studies
                                                        Eleventh Grade
         Standard      AHSGE Standards &             COS 11th Grade                Teacher Text         Student text      Resources   Date
                          Objectives           United States History From             pages                pages
                                                   1877 to the Present

                                            1 11-9b Describing Alabama’s role    681             681                  (AL23)
                                               in the space   program under the
                                               New Frontier
                                            

                                              11-10 Describe major foreign
                                              events and issues of the
                                              Kennedy Presidency, including
                                              the construction of the Berlin
                                              Wall, the Bay of Pigs invasion,
                                              and the Cuban Missile Crisis.

                                              11-11 Trace the course of the
                                              involvement of the United States
                                              in Vietnam from the 1950s to
                                              1975.
                 Examples:                        Examples: Battle of Dien
                                                  Bien Phu, Gulf of Tonkin
                                                  Resolution, Tet Offensive,
                                                  Laos, Cambodia, fall of
                                                  Saigon


                                              11-11a Locating divisions of
                                              Vietnam, the Ho Chi Minh Trail,
                                              and major battle sites


                                              11-11b Describing the creation of
                                              North and South Vietnam


                                              11-11c Describing strategies of
                                              the Viet Cong and the North
Textbook: The Americans: Reconstruction to the 21st Century
                                           Gadsden City Schools Curriculum Alignment
                                                         Social Studies
                                                        Eleventh Grade
         Standard      AHSGE Standards &             COS 11th Grade                  Teacher Text   Student text   Resources   Date
                          Objectives           United States History From               pages          pages
                                                   1877 to the Present

                                              Vietnamese Army, including the
                                              Ho Chi Minh Trail
                                              11-12 Trace events of the
                                                    modern Civil Rights
                                                    Movement from post-
                                                    World War II to 1970 that
                                                    resulted in social and
                                                    economic changes,
                                                    including the
                                                    Montgomery bus boycott,
                                                    the desegregation of
                                                    Little Rock Central High
                                                    School, the march on
                                                    Washington, and the
                                                    Freedom Rides.




                                              11-12a Tracing the federal
                                              government’s involvement in the
                                              modern Civil Rights Movement,
                                              including the abolition of the poll
                                              tax, the desegregation of the
                                              armed forces, the nationalization of
                                              state militias, Brown versus Board
                                              of Education, the Civil Rights Acts
                                              of 1957 and 1964, and the Voting
                                              Rights Act of 1965




Textbook: The Americans: Reconstruction to the 21st Century
                                           Gadsden City Schools Curriculum Alignment
                                                         Social Studies
                                                        Eleventh Grade
         Standard      AHSGE Standards &             COS 11th Grade               Teacher Text   Student text   Resources   Date
                          Objectives           United States History From            pages          pages
                                                   1877 to the Present

                                             11-12b Explaining contributions of
                                             individuals and groups to the
                                             modern Civil Rights Movement,
                                             including Martin Luther King, Jr.,
                                             James Meredith, Medgar Evers, the
                                             Southern Christian Leadership
                                             Conference (SCLC), the Student
                                             Nonviolent Coordinating
                                             Committee (SNCC), and the
                                             Congress of Racial Equality
                                             (CORE)

                                              11-12c Identifying people and
                                              events in Alabama that influenced
                                              the modern Civil Rights
                                              Movement, including Rosa Parks,
                                              Autherine Lucy, John Patterson,
                                              George C. Wallace, Vivian
                                              Malone, Fred Shuttlesworth, the
                                              Children’s March, the Sixteenth
                                              Street Baptist Church bombing,
                                              and the Selma-to-Montgomery
                                              march




                                              11-12d Describing the
                                              development of a Black Power
Textbook: The Americans: Reconstruction to the 21st Century
                                           Gadsden City Schools Curriculum Alignment
                                                         Social Studies
                                                        Eleventh Grade
         Standard      AHSGE Standards &             COS 11th Grade                  Teacher Text   Student text   Resources   Date
                          Objectives           United States History From               pages          pages
                                                   1877 to the Present

                                              movement, including the change in
                                              focus of the SNCC, the rise of
                                              Malcolm X, and Stokely
                                              Carmichael and the Black Panther
                                              Movement


                                             11-12e Describing the impact of
                                             African-American entrepreneurs on
                                             the modern Civil Rights Movement
                                              Examples:S. B. Fuller, A. G.
                                              Gaston
                                              11-13 Describe the Women’s
                                              Movement, the Hispanic
                                              Movement, and the Native
                                              American Movement during the
                                              1950s and 1960s.

                                              11-13a Describing changing
                                              conditions in the United States
                                              during the 1950s and 1960s that
                                              were influenced by music and
                                              cultural and environmental
                                              concerns
                                                  Examples:
                                                        music—impact of Elvis
                                                        Presley and the Beatles;
                                                        cultural—Beatniks, impact
                                                        of television, American
                                                        Indian Movement, César
                                                        Chávez, Ayn Rand, Andy
                                                        Warhol;
                                                        environmental—influence
                                                        of Silent Spring by Rachel

Textbook: The Americans: Reconstruction to the 21st Century
                                           Gadsden City Schools Curriculum Alignment
                                                         Social Studies
                                                        Eleventh Grade
         Standard      AHSGE Standards &             COS 11th Grade                Teacher Text   Student text   Resources   Date
                          Objectives           United States History From             pages          pages
                                                   1877 to the Present

                                                       Carson

                                              11-14Trace significant foreign
                                                   policies and issues of
                                                   presidential
                                                   administrations from
                                                   Richard Nixon to the
                                                   present.
                                                    Examples:
                                                    significant campaign
                                                    issues;
                                                    Nixon’s policy of détente;
                                                    pardon of Nixon; Iran
                                                    hostage situation; Iran-
                                                    Contra Affair; Libya; Gulf
                                                    War; end of Cold War;
                                                    September 11, 2001,
                                                    terrorist attacks; War on
                                                    Terrorism; war in Iraq




                                               11-14a Describing political and
                                               economic policies that led to the
                                               collapse of Communism and the
                                               Cold War
                                                 Examples:Ronald Reagan’s
                                                    “Star Wars” Initiative,
                                                    Reagan’s “Mr. Gorbachev,
                                                    tear down this wall!” speech
                                                    in Berlin

                                                11-14b Tracing significant
Textbook: The Americans: Reconstruction to the 21st Century
                                           Gadsden City Schools Curriculum Alignment
                                                         Social Studies
                                                        Eleventh Grade
         Standard      AHSGE Standards &             COS 11th Grade                 Teacher Text   Student text   Resources   Date
                          Objectives           United States History From              pages          pages
                                                   1877 to the Present

                                               domestic policies and issues of
                                               presidential administrations from
                                               Richard Nixon to the present
                                                 Examples:
                                                      Watergate,
                                                       “Reaganomics,” William
                                                       (Bill) Clinton
                                                       impeachment


                                                  11-14c Describing
                                                 technological, social, and
                                                 economic changes occurring in
                                                 the United States from the
                                                 1970s to the present
                                                   Examples:
                                                      technological—
                                                       introduction of computers,
                                                       Internet, calculators;
                                                       social— advancement of
                                                       women and minorities in
                                                       the workplace;
                                                       economic—Organization
                                                       of Petroleum Exporting
                                                       Countries (OPEC), North
                                                       American Free Trade
                                                       Agreement (NAFTA)




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