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									                                                                                                                                   State: California
                                                                                                                                      Grades: 9-12
                                                                                                                            Content: Social Science

                                                                                                                   Standard Correlation Date: 10/03
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Strategy #        Name
MX103-01 Structure of           10     World History, Culture,   Students relate the moral and ethical         Consider the influence of the U.S.
           Government                  and Geography: The        principles in ancient Greek and Roman         Constitution on political systems in the
                                       Modern World              philosophy, in Judaism, and in Christianity   contemporary world.
                                                                 to the development of Western political
                                                                 thought.
MX103-02 Purpose of             10     World History, Culture,   Students compare and contrast the             List the principles of the Magna Carta,
         Government                    and Geography: The        Glorious Revolution of England, the           the English Bill of Rights (1689), the
                                       Modern World              American Revolution, and the French           American Declaration of Independence
                                                                 Revolution and their enduring effects         (1776), the French Declaration of the
                                                                 worldwide on the political expectations for   Rights of Man and the Citizen (1789),
                                                                 self-government and individual liberty.       and the U.S. Bill of Rights (1791).

MX96-03 Revolution and the      10     World History, Culture,   Students compare and contrast the             Understand the unique character of
        New Nation                     and Geography: The        Glorious Revolution of England, the           the American Revolution, its spread to
                                       Modern World              American Revolution, and the French           other parts of the world, and its
                                                                 Revolution and their enduring effects         continuing significance to other
                                                                 worldwide on the political expectations for   nations.
                                                                 self-government and individual liberty.
MX97-01 Industrialization       10     World History, Culture,   Students analyze the effects of the           Describe the growth of population,
                                       and Geography: The        Industrial Revolution in England, France,     rural to urban migration, and growth of
                                       Modern World              Germany, Japan, and the United States.        cities associated with the Industrial
                                                                                                               Revolution.
MX97-01 Industrialization       10     World History, Culture,   Students analyze the effects of the            Trace the evolution of work and labor,
                                       and Geography: The        Industrial Revolution in England, France,     including the demise of the slave trade
                                       Modern World              Germany, Japan, and the United States.        and the effects of immigration, mining
                                                                                                               and manufacturing, division of labor,
                                                                                                               and the union movement.
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 MX97-01 Industrialization     10     World History, Culture,   Students analyze the effects of the            Understand the connections among
                                      and Geography: The        Industrial Revolution in England, France,      natural resources, entrepreneurship,
                                      Modern World              Germany, Japan, and the United States.         labor, and capital in an industrial
                                                                                                               economy.
MX97-02 Emergence of           10     World History, Culture,   Students analyze patterns of global change Describe the rise of industrial
        Modern America                and Geography: The        in the era of New Imperialism in at least two economies and their link to imperialism
                                      Modern World              of the following regions or countries: Africa, and colonial-ism.
                                                                Southeast Asia, China, India, Latin
                                                                America, and the Philippines.
MX97-02 Emergence of           10     World History, Culture,   Students analyze patterns of global change Discuss the locations of the colonial
        Modern America                and Geography: The        in the era of New Imperialism in at least two rule of such nations as England,
                                      Modern World              of the following regions or countries: Africa, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the
                                                                Southeast Asia, China, India, Latin            Netherlands, Russia, Spain, Portugal,
                                                                America, and the Philippines.                  and the United States.

MX97-02 Emergence of           10     World History, Culture,   Students analyze the causes and course of Examine the principal theaters of
        Modern America                and Geography: The        the First World War.                      battle, major turning points, and the
                                      Modern World                                                        importance of geographic factors in
                                                                                                          military decisions and outcomes.
MX97-02 Emergence of           10     World History, Culture,   Students analyze the causes and course of Explain how the Russian Revolution
        Modern America                and Geography: The        the First World War.                      and the entry of the United States
                                      Modern World                                                        affected the course and outcome of
                                                                                                          the war.
MX97-02 Emergence of           10     World History, Culture,   Students analyze the effects of the First  Discuss the influence of World War I
        Modern America                and Geography: The        World War.                                on literature, art, and intellectual life in
                                      Modern World                                                        the West.
MX97-02 Emergence of           10     World History, Culture,   Students analyze the rise of totalitarian Trace Stalin's rise to power in the
        Modern America                and Geography: The        governments after World War I.            Soviet Union and the connection
                                      Modern World                                                        between economic policies, political
                                                                                                          policies, the absence of a free press,
                                                                                                          and systematic violations of human
                                                                                                          rights.
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 MX97-02 Emergence of           10     World History, Culture,   Students analyze the rise of totalitarian   Analyze the rise, aggression, and
           Modern America              and Geography: The        governments after World War I.              human costs of totalitarian regimes
                                       Modern World                                                          (Fascist and Communist) in Germany,
                                                                                                             Italy, and the Soviet Union, noting
                                                                                                             especially their common and dissimilar
                                                                                                             traits.
MX97-03 Great Depression        10     World History, Culture,   Students analyze the causes and             Understand the role of appeasement,
        and World War II               and Geography: The        consequences of World War II.               nonintervention (isolationism), and the
                                       Modern World                                                          domestic distractions in Europe and
                                                                                                             the United States prior to the outbreak
                                                                                                             of World War II.

MX97-03 Great Depression        10     World History, Culture,   Students analyze the causes and             Identify and locate the Allied and Axis
        and World War II               and Geography: The        consequences of World War II.               powers on a map and discuss the
                                       Modern World                                                          major turning points of the war, the
                                                                                                             principal theaters of conflict, key
                                                                                                             strategic decisions, and the resulting
                                                                                                             war conferences and political
                                                                                                             resolutions, with emphasis on the
                                                                                                             importance of geographic factors.

MX97-03 Great Depression        10     World History, Culture,   Students analyze the causes and              Analyze the Nazi policy of pursuing
        and World War II               and Geography: The        consequences of World War II.               racial purity, especially against the
                                       Modern World                                                          European Jews; its transformation into
                                                                                                             the Final Solution; and the Holocaust
                                                                                                             that resulted in the murder of six
                                                                                                             million Jewish civilians.

MX97-03 Great Depression        10     World History, Culture,   Students analyze the causes and             Discuss the human costs of the war,
        and World War II               and Geography: The        consequences of World War II.               with particular attention to the civilian
                                       Modern World                                                          and military losses in Russia,
                                                                                                             Germany, Britain, the United States,
                                                                                                             China, and Japan.
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 MX97-03 Great Depression       10     World History, Culture,   Students analyze the international       Understand the importance of the
           and World War II            and Geography: The        developments in the post-World World War Truman Doctrine and the Marshall
                                       Modern World              II world.                                Plan, which established the pattern for
                                                                                                          America's postwar policy of supplying
                                                                                                          economic and military aid to prevent
                                                                                                          the spread of Communism and the
                                                                                                          resulting economic and political
                                                                                                          competition in arenas such as
                                                                                                          Southeast Asia (i.e., the Korean War,
                                                                                                          Vietnam War), Cuba, and Africa.

MX105-01 Interactions Among     10     World History, Culture,   Students analyze the international       Understand how the forces of
         Nations                       and Geography: The        developments in the post-World World War nationalism developed in the Middle
                                       Modern World              II world.                                East, how the Holocaust affected world
                                                                                                          opinion regarding the need for a
                                                                                                          Jewish state, and the significance and
                                                                                                          effects of the location and
                                                                                                          establishment of Israel on world
                                                                                                          affairs.
MX97-05 Contemporary            10     World History, Culture,   Students analyze the international       Analyze the reasons for the collapse of
        America                        and Geography: The        developments in the post-World World War the Soviet Union, including the
                                       Modern World              II world.                                weakness of the command economy,
                                                                                                          burdens of military commitments, and
                                                                                                          growing resistance to Soviet rule by
                                                                                                          dissidents in satellite states and the
                                                                                                          non-Russian Soviet republics.

MX97-04 The Post-War Era        10     World History, Culture,   Students analyze the international       Discuss the establishment and work of
                                       and Geography: The        developments in the post-World World War the United Nations and the purposes
                                       Modern World              II world.                                and functions of the Warsaw Pact,
                                                                                                          SEATO, NATO, and the Organization
                                                                                                          of American States.
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 MX96-03 Revolution and the     11     United States History      Students analyze the significant events in    Analyze the ideological origins of the
           New Nation                  and Geography:             the founding of the nation and its attempts   American Revolution, the Founding
                                       Continuity and Change      to realize the philosophy of government       Fathers' philosophy of divinely
                                       in the Twentieth Century   described in the Declaration of               bestowed unalienable natural rights,
                                                                  Independence.                                 the debates on the drafting and
                                                                                                                ratification of the Constitution, and the
                                                                                                                addition of the Bill of Rights.

MX96-01 Beginnings              11     United States History      Students analyze the significant events in    Analyze the ideological origins of the
                                       and Geography:             the founding of the nation and its attempts   American Revolution, the Founding
                                       Continuity and Change      to realize the philosophy of government       Fathers' philosophy of divinely
                                       in the Twentieth Century   described in the Declaration of               bestowed unalienable natural rights,
                                                                  Independence.                                 the debates on the drafting and
                                                                                                                ratification of the Constitution, and the
                                                                                                                addition of the Bill of Rights.

MX104-01 Read the Rules         11     United States History    Students analyze the significant events in      Understand the history of the
                                       and Geography:           the founding of the nation and its attempts     Constitution after 1787 with emphasis
                                       Continuity and Change    to realize the philosophy of government         on federal versus state authority and
                                       in the Twentieth Century described in the Declaration of                 growing democratization.
                                                                Independence.
MX103-01 Structure of           11     United States History    Students analyze the significant events in      Understand the history of the
         Government                    and Geography:           the founding of the nation and its attempts     Constitution after 1787 with emphasis
                                       Continuity and Change to realize the philosophy of government            on federal versus state authority and
                                       in the Twentieth Century described in the Declaration of                 growing democratization.
                                                                Independence.
MX96-05 Civil War and           11     United States History    Students analyze the significant events in      Examine the effects of the Civil War
        Reconstruction                 and Geography:           the founding of the nation and its attempts     and Reconstruction and of the
                                       Continuity and Change to realize the philosophy of government            industrial revolution, including
                                       in the Twentieth Century described in the Declaration of                 demographic shifts and the
                                                                Independence.                                   emergence in the late nineteenth
                                                                                                                century of the United States as a world
                                                                                                                power.
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 MX97-01 Industrialization     11     United States History      Students analyze the significant events in      Examine the effects of the Civil War
                                      and Geography:             the founding of the nation and its attempts     and Reconstruction and of the
                                      Continuity and Change      to realize the philosophy of government         industrial revolution, including
                                      in the Twentieth Century   described in the Declaration of                 demographic shifts and the
                                                                 Independence.                                   emergence in the late nineteenth
                                                                                                                 century of the United States as a world
                                                                                                                 power.
MX97-01 Industrialization      11     United States History    Students analyze the relationship among           Describe the changing landscape,
                                      and Geography:           the rise of industrialization, large-scale rural- including the growth of cities linked by
                                      Continuity and Change to-urban migration, and massive                      industry and trade, and the
                                      in the Twentieth Century immigration from Southern and Eastern             development of cities divided
                                                               Europe.                                           according to race, ethnicity, and class.

MX97-01 Industrialization      11     United States History      Students analyze the relationship among             Trace the economic development of
                                      and Geography:             the rise of industrialization, large-scale rural-   the United States and its emergence
                                      Continuity and Change      to-urban migration, and massive                     as a major industrial power, including
                                      in the Twentieth Century   immigration from Southern and Eastern               its gains from trade and the
                                                                 Europe.                                             advantages of its physical geography.

MX97-02 Emergence of           11     United States History    Students trace the rise of the United States Describe the Spanish-American War
        Modern America                and Geography:           to its role as a world power in the twentieth and U.S. expansion in the South
                                      Continuity and Change century.                                         Pacific.
                                      in the Twentieth Century

MX97-02 Emergence of           11     United States History    Students trace the rise of the United States Discuss America's role in the Panama
        Modern America                and Geography:           to its role as a world power in the twentieth Revolution and the building of the
                                      Continuity and Change century.                                         Panama Canal.
                                      in the Twentieth Century

MX97-02 Emergence of           11     United States History    Students trace the rise of the United States          Explain Theodore Roosevelt's Big
        Modern America                and Geography:           to its role as a world power in the twentieth         Stick diplomacy, William Taft's Dollar
                                      Continuity and Change century.                                                 Diplomacy, and Woodrow Wilson's
                                      in the Twentieth Century                                                       Moral Diplomacy, drawing on relevant
                                                                                                                     speeches.
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 MX97-02 Emergence of           11     United States History    Students trace the rise of the United States Analyze the political, economic, and
           Modern America              and Geography:           to its role as a world power in the twentieth social ramifications of World War I on
                                       Continuity and Change century.                                         the home front.
                                       in the Twentieth Century

MX97-04 The Post-War Era        11     United States History    Students analyze the major political, social,   Analyze the international and domestic
                                       and Geography:           economic, technological, and cultural           events, interests, and philosophies that
                                       Continuity and Change developments of the 1920s.                         prompted attacks on civil liberties,
                                       in the Twentieth Century                                                 including the Palmer Raids, Marcus
                                                                                                                Garvey's "back-to-Africa" movement,
                                                                                                                the Ku Klux Klan, and immigration
                                                                                                                quotas and the responses of
                                                                                                                organizations such as the American
                                                                                                                Civil Liberties Union, the National
                                                                                                                Association for the Advancement of
                                                                                                                Colored People, and the Anti-
                                                                                                                Defamation League to those attacks.

MX97-05 Contemporary            11     United States History    Students analyze the major political, social,   Analyze the international and domestic
        America                        and Geography:           economic, technological, and cultural           events, interests, and philosophies that
                                       Continuity and Change developments of the 1920s.                         prompted attacks on civil liberties,
                                       in the Twentieth Century                                                 including the Palmer Raids, Marcus
                                                                                                                Garvey's "back-to-Africa" movement,
                                                                                                                the Ku Klux Klan, and immigration
                                                                                                                quotas and the responses of organ

MX97-02 Emergence of            11     United States History    Students analyze the major political, social,   Describe the Harlem Renaissance and
        Modern America                 and Geography:           economic, technological, and cultural           new trends in literature, music, and art,
                                       Continuity and Change developments of the 1920s.                         with special attention to the work of
                                       in the Twentieth Century                                                 writers.
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 MX97-03 Great Depression       11     United States History      Students analyze the different explanations Describe the monetary issues of the
           and World War II            and Geography:             for the Great Depression and how the New late nineteenth and early twentieth
                                       Continuity and Change      Deal fundamentally changed the role of the centuries that gave rise to the
                                       in the Twentieth Century   federal government.                         establishment of the Federal Reserve
                                                                                                              and the weaknesses in key sectors of
                                                                                                              the economy in the late 1920s.

MX97-03 Great Depression        11     United States History    Students analyze the different explanations Understand the explanations of the
        and World War II               and Geography:           for the Great Depression and how the New principal causes of the Great
                                       Continuity and Change    Deal fundamentally changed the role of the Depression and the steps taken by the
                                       in the Twentieth Century federal government.                         Federal Reserve, Congress, and
                                                                                                            Presidents Herbert Hoover and
                                                                                                            Franklin Delano Roosevelt to combat
                                                                                                            the economic crisis.
MX97-03 Great Depression        11     United States History    Students analyze the different explanations Discuss the human toll of the
        and World War II               and Geography:           for the Great Depression and how the New Depression, natural disasters, and
                                       Continuity and Change Deal fundamentally changed the role of the unwise agricultural practices and their
                                       in the Twentieth Century federal government.                         effects on the depopulation of rural
                                                                                                            regions and on political movements of
                                                                                                            the left and right, with particular
                                                                                                            attention to the Dust Bowl refugees
                                                                                                            and their social and economical
                                                                                                            impacts on California.
MX97-03 Great Depression        11     United States History    Students analyze the different explanations Analyze the effects of and the
        and World War II               and Geography:           for the Great Depression and how the New controversies arising from New Deal
                                       Continuity and Change Deal fundamentally changed the role of the economic policies and the expanded
                                       in the Twentieth Century federal government.                         role of the federal government in
                                                                                                            society and the economy since the
                                                                                                            1930s.
MX97-03 Great Depression        11     United States History    Students analyze America's participation in Examine the origins of American
        and World War II               and Geography:           World War II.                               involvement in the war, with an
                                       Continuity and Change                                                emphasis on the events that
                                       in the Twentieth Century                                             precipitated the attack on Pearl
                                                                                                            Harbor.
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 MX97-03 Great Depression       11     United States History    Students analyze America's participation in Explain U.S. and Allied wartime
           and World War II            and Geography:           World War II.                               strategy, including the major battles of
                                       Continuity and Change                                                Midway, Normandy, Iwo Jima,
                                       in the Twentieth Century                                             Okinawa, and the Battle of the Bulge.

MX97-03 Great Depression        11     United States History    Students analyze America's participation in Identify the roles and sacrifices of
        and World War II               and Geography:           World War II.                               individual American soldiers, as well
                                       Continuity and Change                                                as the unique contributions of the
                                       in the Twentieth Century                                             special fighting forces.

MX97-03 Great Depression        11     United States History    Students analyze America's participation in Analyze Roosevelt's foreign policy
        and World War II               and Geography:           World War II.                               during World War II.
                                       Continuity and Change
                                       in the Twentieth Century

MX97-03 Great Depression        11     United States History    Students analyze America's participation in   Discuss the constitutional issues and
        and World War II               and Geography:           World War II.                                 impact of events on the U.S. home
                                       Continuity and Change                                                  front, including the internment of
                                       in the Twentieth Century                                               Japanese Americans and the
                                                                                                              restrictions on German and Italian
                                                                                                              resident aliens; the response of the
                                                                                                              administration to Hitler's atrocities
                                                                                                              against Jews and other groups; the
                                                                                                              roles of women in military production;
                                                                                                              and the roles and growing political
                                                                                                              demands of African Americans.

MX97-03 Great Depression        11     United States History    Students analyze America's participation in Discuss the decision to drop atomic
        and World War II               and Geography:           World War II.                               bombs and the consequences of the
                                       Continuity and Change                                                decision (Hiroshima and Nagasaki).
                                       in the Twentieth Century
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 MX97-03 Great Depression       11     United States History    Students analyze America's participation in Analyze the effect of massive aid
           and World War II            and Geography:           World War II.                               given to Western Europe under the
                                       Continuity and Change                                                Marshall Plan to rebuild itself after the
                                       in the Twentieth Century                                             war and the importance of a rebuilt
                                                                                                            Europe to the U.S. economy.
MX101-04 Economic Systems       11     United States History    Students analyze U.S. foreign policy since Discuss the establishment of the
                                       and Geography:           World War II.                               United Nations and International
                                       Continuity and Change                                                Declaration of Human Rights,
                                       in the Twentieth Century                                             International Monetary Fund, World
                                                                                                            Bank, and General Agreement on
                                                                                                            Tariffs and Trade (GATT) and their
                                                                                                            importance in shaping modern Europe
                                                                                                            and maintaining peace and
                                                                                                            international order.
MX101-04 Economic Systems       11     United States History    Students analyze U.S. foreign policy since Understand the role of military
                                       and Geography:           World War II.                               alliances, including NATO and
                                       Continuity and Change                                                SEATO, in deterring communist
                                       in the Twentieth Century                                             aggression and maintaining security
                                                                                                            during the Cold War.
MX97-04 The Post-War Era        11     United States History    Students analyze U.S. foreign policy since Trace the origins and geopolitical
                                       and Geography:           World War II.                               consequences (foreign and domestic)
                                       Continuity and Change                                                of the Cold War and containment
                                       in the Twentieth Century                                             policy, including the following:

MX97-04 The Post-War Era        11     United States History    Students analyze U.S. foreign policy since    The era of McCarthyism, instances of
                                       and Geography:           World War II.                                 domestic Communism and blacklisting
                                       Continuity and Change
                                       in the Twentieth Century

MX97-04 The Post-War Era        11     United States History    Students analyze U.S. foreign policy since    The Berlin Blockade
                                       and Geography:           World War II.
                                       Continuity and Change
                                       in the Twentieth Century
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 MX97-04 The Post-War Era     11     United States History    Students analyze U.S. foreign policy since   The Korean War
                                     and Geography:           World War II.
                                     Continuity and Change
                                     in the Twentieth Century

MX97-05 Contemporary          11     United States History    Students analyze U.S. foreign policy since   The Bay of Pigs invasion and the
        America                      and Geography:           World War II.                                Cuban Missile Crisis
                                     Continuity and Change
                                     in the Twentieth Century

MX97-04 The Post-War Era      11     United States History    Students analyze U.S. foreign policy since   The Vietnam War
                                     and Geography:           World War II.
                                     Continuity and Change
                                     in the Twentieth Century

MX105-02 American Foreign     11     United States History    Students analyze U.S. foreign policy since    List the effects of foreign policy on
         Policy                      and Geography:           World War II.                                domestic policies and vice versa.
                                     Continuity and Change
                                     in the Twentieth Century

MX97-05 Contemporary          11     United States History    Students analyze U.S. foreign policy since   Analyze the role of the Reagan
        America                      and Geography:           World War II.                                administration and other factors in the
                                     Continuity and Change                                                 victory of the West in the Cold War.
                                     in the Twentieth Century

MX97-05 Contemporary          11     United States History    Students analyze U.S. foreign policy since    Describe U.S. Middle East policy and
        America                      and Geography:           World War II.                                its strategic, political, and economic
                                     Continuity and Change                                                 interests, including those related to the
                                     in the Twentieth Century                                              Gulf War.
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 MX97-04 The Post-War Era     11     United States History    Students analyze the development of        Discuss the diffusion of the civil rights
                                     and Geography:           federal civil rights and voting rights.   movement of African Americans from
                                     Continuity and Change                                              the churches of the rural South and the
                                     in the Twentieth Century                                           urban North, including the resistance
                                                                                                        to racial desegregation in Little Rock
                                                                                                        and Birmingham, and how the
                                                                                                        advances influenced the agendas,
                                                                                                        strategies, and effectiveness of the
                                                                                                        quests of American Indians, Asian
                                                                                                        Americans, and Hispanic Americans
                                                                                                        for civil rights and equal opportunities.

MX97-05 Contemporary          11     United States History    Students analyze the development of        Discuss the diffusion of the civil rights
        America                      and Geography:           federal civil rights and voting rights.   movement of African Americans from
                                     Continuity and Change                                              the churches of the rural South and the
                                     in the Twentieth Century                                           urban North, including the resistance
                                                                                                        to racial desegregation in Little Rock
                                                                                                        and Birmingham, and how the
                                                                                                        advances influenced the agendas,
                                                                                                        strategies, and effectiveness of the
                                                                                                        quests of American Indians, Asian
                                                                                                        Americans, and Hispanic Americans
                                                                                                        for civil rights and equal opportunities.

MX97-04 The Post-War Era      11     United States History    Students analyze the development of        Analyze the passage and effects of
                                     and Geography:           federal civil rights and voting rights.   civil rights and voting rights legislation
                                     Continuity and Change                                              and the Twenty-Fourth Amendment,
                                     in the Twentieth Century                                           with an emphasis on equality of
                                                                                                        access to education and to the political
                                                                                                        process.
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 MX97-05 Contemporary           11     United States History    Students analyze the development of         Analyze the passage and effects of
           America                     and Geography:           federal civil rights and voting rights.    civil rights and voting rights legislation
                                       Continuity and Change                                               and the Twenty-Fourth Amendment,
                                       in the Twentieth Century                                            with an emphasis on equality of
                                                                                                           access to education and to the political
                                                                                                           process.
MX97-04 The Post-War Era        11     United States History    Students analyze the major social problems Discuss the significant domestic policy
                                       and Geography:           and domestic policy issues in contemporary speeches of Truman, Eisenhower,
                                       Continuity and Change American society.                             Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Carter,
                                       in the Twentieth Century                                            Reagan, Bush, and Clinton.

MX97-05 Contemporary            11     United States History    Students analyze the major social problems    Discuss the significant domestic policy
        America                        and Geography:           and domestic policy issues in contemporary   speeches of Truman, Eisenhower,
                                       Continuity and Change American society.                               Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Carter,
                                       in the Twentieth Century                                              Reagan, Bush, and Clinton.

MX97-02 Emergence of            11     United States History    Students analyze the major social problems    Discuss the significant domestic policy
        Modern America                 and Geography:           and domestic policy issues in contemporary   speeches of Truman, Eisenhower,
                                       Continuity and Change American society.                               Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Carter,
                                       in the Twentieth Century                                              Reagan, Bush, and Clinton.

MX97-03 Great Depression        11     United States History    Students analyze the major social problems    Discuss the significant domestic policy
        and World War II               and Geography:           and domestic policy issues in contemporary   speeches of Truman, Eisenhower,
                                       Continuity and Change American society.                               Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Carter,
                                       in the Twentieth Century                                              Reagan, Bush, and Clinton.

MX97-05 Contemporary            11     United States History    Students analyze the major social problems Explain the constitutional crisis
        America                        and Geography:           and domestic policy issues in contemporary originating from the Watergate
                                       Continuity and Change American society.                             scandal.
                                       in the Twentieth Century
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MX104-01 Read the Rules       12     Principles of American   Students explain the fundamental principles    Explain how the U.S. Constitution
                                     Democracy and            and moral values of American democracy        reflects a balance between the
                                     Economics                as expressed in the U.S. Constitution and     classical republican concern with
                                                              other essential documents of American         promotion of the public good and the
                                                              democracy.                                    classical liberal concern with protecting
                                                                                                            individual rights; and discuss how the
                                                                                                            basic premises of liberal
                                                                                                            constitutionalism and democracy are
                                                                                                            joined in the Declaration of
                                                                                                            Independence as "self-evident truths."

MX103-01 Structure of         12     Principles of American   Students explain the fundamental principles    Explain how the U.S. Constitution
         Government                  Democracy and            and moral values of American democracy        reflects a balance between the
                                     Economics                as expressed in the U.S. Constitution and     classical republican concern with
                                                              other essential documents of American         promotion of the public good and the
                                                              democracy.                                    classical liberal concern with protecting
                                                                                                            individual rights; and discuss how the
                                                                                                            basic premises of liberal
                                                                                                            constitutionalism and democracy are
                                                                                                            joined in the Declaration of
                                                                                                            Independence as "self-evident truths."

MX103-02 Purpose of           12     Principles of American   Students explain the fundamental principles    Explain how the U.S. Constitution
         Government                  Democracy and            and moral values of American democracy        reflects a balance between the
                                     Economics                as expressed in the U.S. Constitution and     classical republican concern with
                                                              other essential documents of American         promotion of the public good and the
                                                              democracy.                                    classical liberal concern with protecting
                                                                                                            individual rights; and discuss how the
                                                                                                            basic premises of liberal
                                                                                                            constitutionalism and democracy are
                                                                                                            joined in the Declaration of
                                                                                                            Independence as "self-evident truths."
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MX104-01 Read the Rules        12     Principles of American   Students explain the fundamental principles    Understand that the Bill of Rights
                                      Democracy and            and moral values of American democracy        limits the powers of the federal
                                      Economics                as expressed in the U.S. Constitution and     government and state governments.
                                                               other essential documents of American
                                                               democracy.
MX104-01 Read the Rules        12     Principles of American   Students evaluate and take and defend          Discuss the meaning and importance
                                      Democracy and            positions on the scope and limits of rights   of each of the rights guaranteed under
                                      Economics                and obligations as democratic citizens, the   the Bill of Rights and how each is
                                                               relationships among them, and how they        secured.
                                                               are secured.
MX104-03 Making Decisions,     12     Principles of American   Students evaluate and take and defend         Understand the obligations of civic-
         Seeking Consensus,           Democracy and            positions on the scope and limits of rights   mindedness, including voting, being
         and Resolving                Economics                and obligations as democratic citizens, the   informed on civic issues, volunteering
         Conflicts                                             relationships among them, and how they        and performing public service, and
                                                               are secured.                                  serving in the military or alternative
                                                                                                             service.
MX103-03 Government            12     Principles of American   Students evaluate and take and defend         Compare the relationship of
         Systems                      Democracy and            positions on what the fundamental values      government and civil society in
                                      Economics                and principles of civil society are, their    constitutional democracies to the
                                                               interdependence, and the meaning and          relationship of government and civil
                                                               importance of those values and principles     society in authoritarian and totalitarian
                                                               for a free society.                           regimes.
MX103-01 Structure of          12     Principles of American   Students analyze the unique roles and         Discuss Article I of the Constitution as
         Government                   Democracy and            responsibilities of the three branches of     it relates to the legislative branch,
                                      Economics                government as established by the U.S.         including eligibility for office and
                                                               Constitution.                                 lengths of terms of representatives
                                                                                                             and senators; election to office; the
                                                                                                             roles of the House and Senate in
                                                                                                             impeachment proceedings; the role of
                                                                                                             the vice president; the enumerated
                                                                                                             legislative powers; and the process by
                                                                                                             which a bill becomes a law.
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MX103-01 Structure of           12     Principles of American   Students analyze the unique roles and       Explain the process through which the
           Government                  Democracy and            responsibilities of the three branches of   Constitution can be amended.
                                       Economics                government as established by the U.S.
                                                                Constitution.
MX103-01 Structure of           12     Principles of American   Students analyze the unique roles and        Discuss Article II of the Constitution
         Government                    Democracy and            responsibilities of the three branches of   as it relates to the executive branch,
                                       Economics                government as established by the U.S.       including eligibility for office and length
                                                                Constitution.                               of term, election to and removal from
                                                                                                            office, the oath of office, and the
                                                                                                            enumerated executive powers.

MX103-01 Structure of           12     Principles of American   Students analyze the unique roles and        Discuss Article III of the Constitution
         Government                    Democracy and            responsibilities of the three branches of   as it relates to judicial power, including
                                       Economics                government as established by the U.S.       the length of terms of judges and the
                                                                Constitution.                               jurisdiction of the Supreme Court.

MX103-01 Structure of           12     Principles of American   Students analyze the unique roles and       Explain the processes of selection and
         Government                    Democracy and            responsibilities of the three branches of   confirmation of Supreme Court
                                       Economics                government as established by the U.S.       justices.
                                                                Constitution.
MX104-01 Read the Rules         12     Principles of American   Students summarize landmark U.S.            Understand the changing
                                       Democracy and            Supreme Court interpretations of the        interpretations of the Bill of Rights over
                                       Economics                Constitution and its amendments.            time, including interpretations of the
                                                                                                            basic freedoms (religion, speech,
                                                                                                            press, petition, and assembly)
                                                                                                            articulated in the First Amendment and
                                                                                                            the due process and equal-protection-
                                                                                                            of-the-law clauses in the Fourteenth
                                                                                                            Amendment.

MX103-01 Structure of           12     Principles of American   Students summarize landmark U.S.            Analyze judicial activism and judicial
         Government                    Democracy and            Supreme Court interpretations of the        restraint and the effects of each policy
                                       Economics                Constitution and its amendments.            over the decades.
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MX104-03 Making Decisions,     12 Principles of American     Students evaluate issues regarding               Discuss the history of the nomination
           Seeking Consensus,       Democracy and            campaigns for national, state, and local         process for presidential candidates
           and Resolving            Economics                elective offices.                                and the increasing importance of
           Conflicts                                                                                          primaries in general elections.

MX104-03 Making Decisions,     12   Principles of American   Students evaluate issues regarding               Evaluate the roles of polls, campaign
         Seeking Consensus,         Democracy and            campaigns for national, state, and local         advertising, and the controversies over
         and Resolving              Economics                elective offices.                                campaign funding.
         Conflicts
MX104-03 Making Decisions,     12   Principles of American   Students evaluate issues regarding               Describe the means that citizens use
         Seeking Consensus,         Democracy and            campaigns for national, state, and local         to participate in the political process.
         and Resolving              Economics                elective offices.
         Conflicts
MX103-01 Structure of          12   Principles of American   Students analyze and compare the powers        Explain how conflicts between levels of
         Government                 Democracy and            and procedures of the national, state, tribal, government and branches of
                                    Economics                and local governments.                         government are resolved.
MX103-01 Structure of          12   Principles of American   Students analyze and compare the powers        Identify the major responsibilities and
         Government                 Democracy and            and procedures of the national, state, tribal, sources of revenue for state and local
                                    Economics                and local governments.                         governments.
MX103-01 Structure of          12   Principles of American   Students analyze and compare the powers        Discuss reserved powers and
         Government                 Democracy and            and procedures of the national, state, tribal, concurrent powers of state
                                    Economics                and local governments.                         governments.
MX103-01 Structure of          12   Principles of American   Students analyze and compare the powers        Compare the processes of lawmaking
         Government                 Democracy and            and procedures of the national, state, tribal, at each of the three levels of
                                    Economics                and local governments.                         government, including the role of
                                                                                                            lobbying and the media.
MX103-01 Structure of          12   Principles of American   Students analyze and compare the powers Identify the organization and
         Government                 Democracy and            and procedures of the national, state, tribal, jurisdiction of federal, state, and local
                                    Economics                and local governments.                         courts and the interrelationships
                                                                                                            among them.
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Strategy #        Name
MX103-01 Structure of           12     Principles of American   Students analyze and compare the powers Understand the scope of presidential
           Government                  Democracy and            and procedures of the national, state, tribal, power and decision making through
                                       Economics                and local governments.                         examination of case studies such as
                                                                                                               the Cuban Missile Crisis, passage of
                                                                                                               Great Society legislation, War Powers
                                                                                                               Act, Gulf War, and Bosnia.

MX103-03 Government             12     Principles of American   Students analyze the origins,                  Explain how the different philosophies
         Systems                       Democracy and            characteristics, and development of           and structures of feudalism,
                                       Economics                different political systems across time, with mercantilism, socialism, fascism,
                                                                emphasis on the quest for political           communism, monarchies,
                                                                democracy, its advances, and its obstacles.   parliamentary systems, and
                                                                                                              constitutional liberal democracies
                                                                                                              influence economic policies, social
                                                                                                              welfare policies, and human rights
                                                                                                              practices.
MX103-03 Government             12     Principles of American   Students analyze the origins,                 Compare the various ways in which
         Systems                       Democracy and            characteristics, and development of           power is distributed, shared, and
                                       Economics                different political systems across time, with limited in systems of shared powers
                                                                emphasis on the quest for political           and in parliamentary systems,
                                                                democracy, its advances, and its obstacles. including the influence and role of
                                                                                                              parliamentary leaders.
MX103-03 Government             12     Principles of American   Students analyze the origins,                  Discuss the advantages and
         Systems                       Democracy and            characteristics, and development of           disadvantages of federal, confederal,
                                       Economics                different political systems across time, with and unitary systems of government.
                                                                emphasis on the quest for political
                                                                democracy, its advances, and its obstacles.

MX102-02 Understand             12     Principles of Economics Students understand common economic              Examine the causal relationship
         Business Behavior                                     terms and concepts and economic                  between scarcity and the need for
                                                               reasoning.                                       choices.
MX102-02 Understand             12     Principles of Economics Students understand common economic              Explain opportunity cost and marginal
         Business Behavior                                     terms and concepts and economic                  benefit and marginal cost.
                                                               reasoning.
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MX101-03 Markets and Trade    12     Principles of Economics Students understand common economic         Analyze the role of a market economy
                                                             terms and concepts and economic             in establishing and preserving political
                                                             reasoning.                                  and personal liberty.

MX101-01 Back to Basics       12     Principles of Economics Students analyze the elements of America's Understand the relationship of the
                                                             market economy in a global setting.        concept of incentives to the law of
                                                                                                        supply and the relationship of the
                                                                                                        concept of incentives and substitutes
                                                                                                        to the law of demand.
MX101-01 Back to Basics       12     Principles of Economics Students analyze the elements of America's Discuss the effects of changes in
                                                             market economy in a global setting.        supply and/ or demand on the relative
                                                                                                        scarcity, price, and quantity of
                                                                                                        particular products.
MX101-01 Back to Basics       12     Principles of Economics Students analyze the elements of America's Explain how prices reflect the relative
                                                             market economy in a global setting.        scarcity of goods and services and
                                                                                                        perform the allocative function in a
                                                                                                        market economy.
MX101-01 Back to Basics       12     Principles of Economics Students analyze the elements of America's Understand the process by which
                                                             market economy in a global setting.        competition among buyers and sellers
                                                                                                        determines a market price.
MX101-03 Markets and Trade    12     Principles of Economics Students analyze the elements of America's Analyze how domestic and
                                                             market economy in a global setting.        international competition in a market
                                                                                                        economy affects goods and services
                                                                                                        produced and the quality, quantity, and
                                                                                                        price of those products.
MX102-02 Understand           12     Principles of Economics Students analyze the elements of America's Explain the role of profit as the
         Business Behavior                                   market economy in a global setting.        incentive to entrepreneurs in a market
                                                                                                        economy.
MX101-03 Markets and Trade    12     Principles of Economics Students analyze the elements of America's Describe the functions of the financial
                                                             market economy in a global setting.        markets.
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MX101-02 Economic Policy      12     Principles of Economics Students analyze the influence of the          Understand how the role of
                                                             federal government on the American             government in a market economy
                                                             economy.                                       often includes providing for national
                                                                                                            defense, addressing environmental
                                                                                                            concerns, defining and enforcing
                                                                                                            property rights, attempting to make
                                                                                                            markets more competitive, and
                                                                                                            protecting consumers' rights.
MX101-02 Economic Policy      12     Principles of Economics   Students analyze the influence of the        Identify the factors that may cause the
                                                               federal government on the American           costs of government actions to
                                                               economy.                                     outweigh the benefits.
MX101-02 Economic Policy      12     Principles of Economics   Students analyze the influence of the        Describe the aims of government fiscal
                                                               federal government on the American           policies (taxation, borrowing,
                                                               economy.                                     spending) and their influence on
                                                                                                            production, employment, and price
                                                                                                            levels.
MX101-04 Economic Systems     12     Principles of Economics   Students analyze issues of international     Compare the reasons for and the
                                                               trade and explain how the U.S. economy       effects of trade restrictions during the
                                                               affects, and is affected by, economic forces Great Depression compared with
                                                               beyond the United States's borders.          present-day arguments among labor,
                                                                                                            business, and political leaders over the
                                                                                                            effects of free trade on the economic
                                                                                                            and social interests of various groups
                                                                                                            of Americans.
MX101-04 Economic Systems     12     Principles of Economics   Students analyze issues of international     Understand the changing role of
                                                               trade and explain how the U.S. economy       international political borders and
                                                               affects, and is affected by, economic forces territorial sovereignty in a global
                                                               beyond the United States's borders.          economy.

								
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