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Period 8.13: The Environment and Natural Resources from 1968 to 1980

Skill 4.A – Identify and describe a historical context for a specific historical process or development.

Theme: Geography and the Environment (GEO).

Period 9.2: Reagan and Conservatism

Skill 3A: Identify and describe a claim and/or argument in a non-text-based source.

Theme 5: Politics and Power (PCE)

Period 9.2: Reagan and Conservatism

Skill 5.B – Explain how a historical development relates to another historical development.

Theme 5: Politics and Power, (PCE)

Period 9.3: The End of the Cold War

Skill 1.B : Explain a historical concept, development or process.

Theme 6: America in the World (WOR).

Topic 5.10: Modern Campaigns

Skill 1.E: Explain how political processes apply to different scenarios in context.

Topic 7.4: The Progressives

Skill 2.C: Explain the significance of a source’s point of view, purpose, and historical situation and how these might limit the uses of that source.

Theme 5: Politics and Power (PCE).

Topic 7.8: 1920s: Cultural and Political Controversies

Skill 4.B: Explain how a specific historical development or process is situated within a broader historical context.

Theme 5: Politics and Power (PCE).

Topic 8.10: The African American Civil Rights Movement

Skill 5.B: Explain how a historical process relates to another historical process.

Theme 8: Social Structures (SOC).

Topic 8.10: The African American Civil Rights Movement (1960s)

Skill 5.B: Explain how a historical development or process relates to another historical development or process.

Theme 5: Power and Politics (PCE).

Topic 8.11: The Civil Rights Movement Expands

· Skill 5.B: Explain how a historical development or process relates to another historical development or process.

·Theme 8: Social Structures (SOC)

Topic 8.13: The Environment and Natural Resources from 1968 to 1980

Skill 5.A: Identify patterns or connections between historical developments.

Theme 3: Geography and the (GEO).

Topic 8.14: Society in Transition

Skill 4.B: Explain how a specific historical development is situated within a broader historical context.

Theme 5: Politics and Power (PCE)

Topic 8.14: Society in Transition

Skill 4.B: Explained how a specific historical process is situated within a broader historical context.

Theme 7: American and Regional Culture (ARC)

Topic 8.2: The Cold War from 1945 to 1980

Skill 3.A: Identify and describe a claim and/or argument in a non-text-based source.

Theme 6: America in the World (WOR).

Topic 8.2: The Cold War from 1945 to 1980

Skill 3.A: Identify and describe a claim and/or argument in a non-text-based source.

Theme 5: Politics and Power (PCE)

Topic 8.3: The Red Scare

Skill 2.B: Explain the point of view, purpose, historical situation or audience of a source.

Theme 1: American and National Identity (NAT)

Topic 8.8: Vietnam War

Skill 1.B: Explain a historical concept, development, or process.

Theme: America in the World (WOR)

Topic 8.9: The Great Society

Skill 1.B: Explain a historical process.

Theme 5: Politics and Power (PCE)

Topic 9.1: Contextualizing Period 9

Skill 4.B: Explain how a specific historical development or process is situated within a broader historical context.

Theme 5: Politics and Power (PCE).

Topic 9.2: Reagan and Conservatism

Skill 3.C: Compare the arguments or ideas of two main sources.

Theme 5: Politics and power (PCE).

Topic 9.3: The End of The Cold War

Skill 1.B: Explain a historical concept, development or process.

Theme: America in The World (WOR)

Topic 9.5: Migration and Immigration

Skill 5.B: Explain how a historical development relates to another historical development.

Theme 7: American and Regional Culture (ARC);

Topic 9.5: Migration and Immigration in the 1990s and 2000s

Skill 2.C: Explain the significance of a source’s point of view, purpose, or historical situation.

Theme 4: Migration and Settlement.

Topic 9.5: Migration and Immigration in the 1990s and 2000s

Skill 2.C: Explain the significance of a source’s point of view and how that might limit the use of a source.

Theme 5: Politics and Power (PCE).

Topic 9.6: Challenges of Society In Transition

Skill 4.B: Explain how a specific historical development is. Situated within a broader historical context.

Theme 6: America in The World (WOR)

Topic 9.6: Challenges of the 21st Century

Skill 2.C: Explain the significance of a source’s point of view, purpose, and historical situation.

Theme 6: America in The World (WOR).

Topic 9.6: Challenges of the 21st Century

Skill 5.B: Explain how a historical development relates to another historical development.

Theme 8: Social Structures (SOC)

Topic 9.6: Challenges of the 21st Century

Skill 2.C: Explains the significance of a source’s point of view, purpose, and historical situation.

Theme 5: Politics and power (PCE).

Topic 9.6: Challenges of the 21st Century

Skill 4.B: Explain how a specific historical development is situated within a broader historical context.

Theme 6: America In The World (WOR).

Topic 9.6: Challenges of the 21st Century

Skill 4.B: Explain how a specific historical development is situated within a broader historical context.

Theme: Politics and Power (PCE)

Topic 9.6: Challenges of the 21st Century

Skill 1.B: Explain a historical concept, development or process.

Theme: America in the World (WOR)

Unit 5.17: Sustainable Forestry

Skill 7.F: Justify a proposed solution by explaining potential advantages.

Unit 5.7: Election of 1860 and Secession

Skill 4.B: Explain how a specific historical development or process is situated within a broader historical context.

Theme 5: Politics and Power (PCE).

Unit 6.5: Regulation of Gene Expression

Skill: 6.D: Explain the relationship between experimental results and larger biological concepts, processes, or theories.

Unit 9.6: Challenges of the 21st Century

Skill 4.B: Explain how a specific historical development is situated within a broader historical context.

Theme 6: America In The World (WOR).