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MSSSAH01000MS-SS.AH.01.00.0Students can identify the principles expressed in documents shaping constitutional democracy in the United States.
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MSSSAH01A0MS-SS.AH.01.A.0Analyze the important principles in the Constitution.
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MSSSAH01AaMS-SS.AH.01.A.aApply the changing role of the government in the context of the historical period being studied.
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MSSSAH01AbMS-SS.AH.01.A.bCompare and contrast the important principles between the Missouri, and the United States Constitution.
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MSSSAH01B0MS-SS.AH.01.B.0Apply important principles of the Bill of Rights.
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MSSSAH01BaMS-SS.AH.01.B.aApply basic rights, freedoms, and look at the protections against the government.
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MSSSAH01C0MS-SS.AH.01.C.0Identify responsibilities that governments and citizens need to accept in order to carry out the principles in the Bill of Rights.
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MSSSAH01CaMS-SS.AH.01.C.aList how governments protect, or fail to protect the individual rights of citizens.
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MSSSAH01D0MS-SS.AH.01.D.0Describe the responsibilities of government at the federal, state, and local levels.
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MSSSAH01E0MS-SS.AH.01.E.0Compare and contrast the three branches of the United States government as outlined by the Constitution, describe their functions and relationships.
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MSSSAH01F0MS-SS.AH.01.F.0Differentiate the different forms of government, including direct democracy, representative democracy, republic, monarchy, oligarchy, and autocracy.
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MSSSAH02000MS-SS.AH.02.00.0Students can apply principles and processes of governace systems in America.
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MSSSAH02A0MS-SS.AH.02.A.0Apply the rights and responsibilities of individuals to events in US history and everday life.
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MSSSAH02B0MS-SS.AH.02.B.0Summarize the electoral process and evaluate how leaders are selected in the United States.
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MSSSAH02C0MS-SS.AH.02.C.0Describe how to participate in government (i.e. voting, campaigning, lobbying, participating in a political party, petitioning, influencing public opinion, etc.
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MSSSAH02D0MS-SS.AH.02.D.0Describe decision-making and conflict resolution in courts at local, state, and national levels.
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MSSSAH02DaMS-SS.AH.02.D.aLook at the roles of judge, jury, attorneys and court procedures
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MSSSAH03000MS-SS.AH.03.00.0Students will describe continuity and change in the Western Hemisphere and the formation of America.
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MSSSAH03A0MS-SS.AH.03.A.0Analyze the viability and diversity of Native American cultures before the Europeans came.
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MSSSAH03B0MS-SS.AH.03.B.0Evaluate the importance of the discovery, exploration and early settlement of America.
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MSSSAH03BaMS-SS.AH.03.B.aDescribe the explorations of the New World by the Vikings through formation of Jamestown.
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MSSSAH03BbMS-SS.AH.03.B.bIdentify the routes and evauate the goals of the early explorers.
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MSSSAH03BcMS-SS.AH.03.B.cIdentify the effects of the early Europeans on the Native population and early settlers.
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MSSSAH03BdMS-SS.AH.03.B.dCompare and contrast the development of European settlements in America.
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MSSSAH03BeMS-SS.AH.03.B.eDescribe how regional differences in climate, types of farming, populations, and sources of labor including slavery, shaped their economies and societies through the 18th century.
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MSSSAH03BfMS-SS.AH.03.B.fDescribe the harsh conditions of the Middle Passage and slave life, and the responses of slaves to their condition.
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MSSSAH03C0MS-SS.AH.03.C.0Interpret the American Revolution including the events leading up to the Revolution.
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MSSSAH03CaMS-SS.AH.03.C.aEvaluate the view of the patriots and loyalists and factors that made the American colonists successful.
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MSSSAH03CbMS-SS.AH.03.C.bCompare and contrast the key battles of the Revolution and explain the factors leading to American victory and British defeat.
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MSSSAH04000MS-SS.AH.04.00.0Students will examine continuity and change in the history of Missouri and the United States from the Constitution through Reconstruction.
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MSSSAH04A0MS-SS.AH.04.A.0Find justification for the drafting of the Constitution and its effects on the formation of the new nation.
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MSSSAH04B0MS-SS.AH.04.B.0Evaluate the westward movement from 1790-1860, through the following events Louisiana Purchase, Lewis and Clark Expedition, Missouri Compromise, Monroe Doctrine, Texas and Mexican War, Oregon Territiory, and the California gold rush.
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MSSSAH04BaMS-SS.AH.04.B.aExplain the political, economic and social factors that motivated people to move west.
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MSSSAH04BbMS-SS.AH.04.B.bDescribe the governmental strategies of why people moved west.
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MSSSAH04BcMS-SS.AH.04.B.cAnalyze the impact of the westward movement and the impact it had on the Native Americans.
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MSSSAH04C0MS-SS.AH.04.C.0Analyze cultural interactions among Native Americans, Immigrants from Europe and Africans brought to America.
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MSSSAH04CaMS-SS.AH.04.C.aSummarize reform movements such as Abolitionism, Women's Movement and Jacksonian Democracy.
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MSSSAH04D0MS-SS.AH.04.D.0Assess the significances of the Civil War.
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MSSSAH04DaMS-SS.AH.04.D.aSummarize the critical development leading to the Civil War.
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MSSSAH04DbMS-SS.AH.04.D.bExamine the diverging economic interest thoughout America.
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MSSSAH04DcMS-SS.AH.04.D.cAnalyze the roles and policies of the President and other Civil War leaders.
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MSSSAH04DdMS-SS.AH.04.D.dAnalyze important Civil War battles and events.
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MSSSAH05000MS-SS.AH.05.00.0Students will analyze the continuity and change in the United States from Reconstruction through the Great Depression.
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MSSSAH05A0MS-SS.AH.05.A.0Explain the policies and consequences of Reconstruction.
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MSSSAH05A0MS-SS.AH.05.A.0Analyze the roles and influence of political parties and interest groups from Reconstruction to the present.
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MSSSAH05AbMS-SS.AH.05.A.bExamine the the accomplishments and failures of Radical Reconstruction.
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MSSSAH05AcMS-SS.AH.05.A.cAnalyze the effects of slavery on Reconstruction Policies.
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MSSSAH05B0MS-SS.AH.05.B.0Analyze the influences of the industrialization and technological developments on society in the United States before 1877.
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MSSSAH05C0MS-SS.AH.05.C.0Analyze patterns and influences of immigration into the United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
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MSSSAH05D0MS-SS.AH.05.D.0Analyze the emerging foreign policy of the United States from the Civil War to World War I.
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MSSSAH05E0MS-SS.AH.05.E.0Analyze the origins and accomplishments of the Progressive movement.
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MSSSAH05F0MS-SS.AH.05.F.0Analyze the post-Civil War struggles of African Americans and women to gain basic civil rights.
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MSSSAH05G0MS-SS.AH.05.G.0Interpret political, economic and social causes and consquences of World War I.
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MSSSAH05GaMS-SS.AH.05.G.aIdentify and describe the United States and world alliances.
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MSSSAH05GbMS-SS.AH.05.G.bEvaluate the outcomes of the rise of militiarism.
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MSSSAH05GcMS-SS.AH.05.G.cIdentify technological developments that were used in the war.
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MSSSAH05E0MS-SS.AH.05.E.0Describe the various causes and consequences of the global depression of the 1930's, and analyze how Americans responded to the Great Depression.
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MSSSAH06000MS-SS.AH.06.00.0Students will identify continuity and change in the history of the United States in its position on the world stage.
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MSSSAH06A0MS-SS.AH.06.A.0Analyze the important policies, institutions, and personalities of the New Deal era.
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MSSSAH06B0MS-SS.AH.06.B.0Analyze the causes of World War II in Europe and the Pacific and the involvement of the United States in the war.
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MSSSAH06C0MS-SS.AH.06.C.0Examine the economic interests of World War II and the emerging interests in the United States.
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MSSSAH06CaMS-SS.AH.06.C.aAnalyze the roles and policies of the President and other World War II leaders.
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MSSSAH06CbMS-SS.AH.06.C.bIdentify the differences between the European front and the Pacific front for the United States.
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MSSSAH06CcMS-SS.AH.06.C.cEvaluate ethical issues that arose during World War II.
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MSSSAH06D0MS-SS.AH.06.D.0Analyze the causes, events and policies of the Cold War 1946-1968.
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MSSSAH06E0MS-SS.AH.06.E.0Analyze economic, political, and social issue policies in the United States from 1946-1968.
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MSSSAH06F0MS-SS.AH.06.F.0Explain the causes, course, and consquences of the Vietnam War.
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MSSSAH06FaMS-SS.AH.06.F.aSummarize the diplomatic and military policies of the Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon.
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MSSSAH06G0MS-SS.AH.06.G.0Analyze the important domestic policies and events that took place during the presidencies of Ford to present day.
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MSSSAH06H0MS-SS.AH.06.H.0Knowledge of continuity and change in the history of the world.
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MSSSAH06I0MS-SS.AH.06.I.0Analyze the war of the twentieth century pertinent to United States history including; causes, comparisons, consequences and peace effort.
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MSSSAH07000MS-SS.AH.07.00.0Students will use and describe the knowledge of economic concepts (including productivity and the makret system) and principles (including the laws of supply and demand).
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MSSSAH07A0MS-SS.AH.07.A.0Apply the following major economic concepts in the context of United States history.
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MSSSAH07AaMS-SS.AH.07.A.aUnderstand and use the following:
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MSSSAH07AbMS-SS.AH.07.A.blabor, natural resources, and capital resources
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MSSSAH07AcMS-SS.AH.07.A.csupply and demand (shortages and surpluses)
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MSSSAH07AdMS-SS.AH.07.A.dsavings and investment
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MSSSAH07AeMS-SS.AH.07.A.ebusiness cycle (expansion, recession, depression)
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MSSSAH07AfMS-SS.AH.07.A.fprofit
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MSSSAH07AgMS-SS.AH.07.A.ggovernment regulation and deregulation
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MSSSAH07AhMS-SS.AH.07.A.hunemployment and full employment
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MSSSAH07AiMS-SS.AH.07.A.iinflation and deflation
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MSSSAH07AjMS-SS.AH.07.A.jmarket economy
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MSSSAH07AkMS-SS.AH.07.A.kinvestment
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MSSSAH07AlMS-SS.AH.07.A.lproductivity
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MSSSAH07AmMS-SS.AH.07.A.mgross domestic product
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MSSSAH07B0MS-SS.AH.07.B.0Explain the consequences of personal and public economic decisions.
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MSSSAH07C0MS-SS.AH.07.C.0Assesses the role of technology in our economy and how our economy has changed from an agricultural economy to industrial economy.
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MSSSAH07D0MS-SS.AH.07.D.0Interpret the past, explain the present and predict the future consequences of economic decisions.
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MSSSAH07E0MS-SS.AH.07.E.0Describe how decisions and actions of governments, businesses, groups and individuals affect one another in a market economy.
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MSSSAH07F0MS-SS.AH.07.F.0Identifies different forms of taxes, such as tariffs, sales taxes and income taxes, and their purposes.
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MSSSAH07G0MS-SS.AH.07.G.0Explain the United States role in the global economy and of the roles of trade, treaties, international organizations and comparative advantage in the global economy.
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MSSSAH07H0MS-SS.AH.07.H.0Explain the functions and effects of major economy; such as corporations, labor unions and financial institutions.
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MSSSAH08000MS-SS.AH.08.00.0Students will recognize and identify major elements of geographical study and analysis the United States (such as location, place, movement and regions) and their relationship to changes in society and the environment.
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MSSSAH08A0MS-SS.AH.08.A.0Locate states and major cities of the United States.
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MSSSAH08B0MS-SS.AH.08.B.0Compare major patterns of population distribution and the impact of those patterns on culture and community life in the United States.
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MSSSAH08C0MS-SS.AH.08.C.0Explain how regions of the United States relate to one another and change over time.
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MSSSAH08D0MS-SS.AH.08.D.0Describe a variety of ecosystems, and explain where they may be found and how physical processes human activities may change them in the United States.
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MSSSAH08E0MS-SS.AH.08.E.0Identify what time zones are and be able to explain them in relation with different parts of the world.
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