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UNITED STATES HISTORY II - PRIMARY SOURCE DOCUMENTS (In construction)

"Understanding United States history is essential for the continuation of our democratic society. This course will help students make connections between their world and the rich heritage of United States history. The course is designed as a survey of American history with an emphasis on post-Reconstruction America (1876-Present), but should include a review of the earlier period. The course can be taught using a thematic approach or in chronological order."

Source: USOE Social Studies Curriculum

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Standard 1: Students will expand their knowledge of pre-Reconstruction America.

Standard 2: Students will understand how the growth of industry changed the United States.

Standard 3: Students will recognize how social reform occurred at the turn of the century.

Standard 4: Students will understand how war affected the early 20th century.

Standard 5: Students will understand how Americans reacted to rapid social change during the 1920s.

Standard 6: Students will understand how the Great Depression and the New Deal affected the United States.

Standard 7: Students will understand the causes, course, and consequences of the United Statesí role in World War II.

Standard 8: Students will understand the United Statesí domestic and international position in the Cold War era.

Standard 9: The students will understand the emergence and development of the human rights and culture in the modern era.

Standard 10: The students will understand economic and political changes in
contemporary America.

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