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Hawaii: 10th-Grade Standards

  • HI.SS.10.1 Content Standard / Course: Historical Understanding CHANGE, CONTINUITY, AND CAUSALITY-Understand change and/or continuity and cause and/or effect in history
    • SS.10.1. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: There are no benchmarks for this standard for this Grade/Course.
  • HI.SS.10.2 Content Standard / Course: Historical Understanding INQUIRY, EMPATHY AND PERSPECTIVE-Use the tools and methods of inquiry, perspective, and empathy to explain historical events with multiple interpretations and judge the past on its own terms
    • SS.10.2.1. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Historical Empathy Use knowledge of historical periods to assess contemporary issues and decisions
    • SS.10.2.2. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Historical Inquiry Determine the relevance of sources and assess their credibility
    • SS.10.2.3. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Historical Inquiry Formulate and defend an opinion on a major contemporary social issue using the tools and methods of inquiry and perspective
    • SS.10.2.4. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Historical Perspectives and Interpretations Evaluate the quality of historical accounts based on the arguments they advance and the evidence they use
  • HI.SS.10.3 Content Standard / Course: History UNITED STATES HISTORY-Understand important historical events during the 20th century
    • SS.10.3.1. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Immigration Describe the ''push'' factors (e.g., escaping persecution and poverty) and ''pull'' factors (e.g., seeking freedom and economic opportunity) that brought immigrants to the United States in the late 19th century
    • SS.10.3.2. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Urbanization Describe social, political, economic, and technological factors (e.g., governance, corruption, fiscal policies, wages, sanitation, class differences, health problems, transportation) of growth in 19th and 20th century American cities (e.g., New York, Chicago, St. Louis)
    • SS.10.3.3. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: The Gilded Age and the Progressive Era Describe how business magnates (i.e., Rockefeller, Morgan, Carnegie and Vanderbilt) dominated politics of the Gilded Age
    • SS.10.3.4. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: The Gilded Age and the Progressive Era Describe reform issues of the Progressive Era (including political reform, labor reform, and business regulation)
    • SS.10.3.5. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: United States Imperialism Describe the causes of and major events associated with the United States becoming an imperial power in the late 19th century
    • SS.10.3.6. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Early 20th Century foreign policy Analyze the scope and evolution of various United States foreign policies in the early part of the 20th century
    • SS.10.3.7. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: World War I Describe the events that led the United States into World War I
    • SS.10.3.8. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: World War I Describe how domestic policies were affected by American involvement in World War I
    • SS.10.3.9. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: World War I Explain why the United States did not sign the Treaty of Versailles
    • SS.10.3.10 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: 1920s Conflicts and Transitions: Describe changes in society and culture that led to conflicts in values in the 1920s
    • SS.10.3.11 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: 1920s Conflicts and Transitions: Describe the significance of the literature, arts, and feminism of the 1920s, including the ''Lost Generation,'' the Harlem Renaissance, and flappers
    • SS.10.3.12 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: 1920s Conflicts and Transitions: Describe the innovations in transportation and communication and the impact they had on American society
    • SS.10.3.13 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: The Great Depression Analyze the causes of the Great Depression
    • SS.10.3.14 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: The Great Depression Describe the effects of the Great Depression
    • SS.10.3.15 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Franklin D. Roosevelt and The New Deal Explain how programs in FDR's New Deal, including the FDIC, AAA, WPA, and Social Security, attempted to resolve problems brought on by the Great Depression
    • SS.10.3.16 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: World War II Analyze the causes of the bombing of Pearl Harbor
    • SS.10.3.17 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: World War II Analyze the effects of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, including the internment of Japanese Americans
    • SS.10.3.18 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: World War II Explain the turning points in the European and Pacific theaters of World War II
    • SS.10.3.19 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: World War II Describe how domestic policies were affected by United States involvement in World War II
    • SS.10.3.20 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: The Cold War Explain the origins of the Cold War
    • SS.10.3.21 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: The Cold War Explain how America's foreign policy during the Cold War led to conflicts in Asia and Latin America
    • SS.10.3.22 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: The Cold War Explain how the events of the Cold War led to the McCarthy era
    • SS.10.3.23 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: The Cold War Explain how the United States foreign policy has attempted to respond to global and economic challenges of the post Cold War world
    • SS.10.3.24 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Civil Rights Era 1954-1968: Analyze the key factors, including legislation and acts of civil disobedience, that brought on the African American Civil Rights movement after World War II
    • SS.10.3.25 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Civil Rights Era 1954-1968: Describe the significant events, individuals, and groups associated with the Civil Rights Era
    • SS.10.3.26 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Contemporary Culture and Society Describe the expansion of the Civil Rights movement to other groups, including Native Americans and women
    • SS.10.3.27 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Contemporary Culture and Society Assess John F. Kennedy's handling of the Cuban Missile Crisis
    • SS.10.3.28 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Contemporary Culture and Society Explain the emergence and impact of the student movements and the counterculture of the 1960s
    • SS.10.3.29 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Contemporary Culture and Society Evaluate Lyndon Johnson's vision of the Great Society
    • SS.10.3.30 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Contemporary Culture and Society Explain how the Watergate affair led to a crisis of confidence in the government
    • SS.10.3.31 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Contemporary Culture and Society Explain how the election of Ronald Reagan marked a new era of conservatism in American politics
    • SS.10.3.32 Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Contemporary Culture and Society Explain how the administrations from Reagan to the current president dealt with major domestic issues
  • HI.SS.10.4 Content Standard / Course: Political Science/Civics GOVERNANCE, DEMOCRACY, AND INTERACTION-Understand the purpose and historical impact of political institutions, the principles and values of American constitutional democracy, and the similarities and differences in government across cultural perspectives
    • SS.10.4.1. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: There are no benchmarks for this standard for this Grade/Course.
  • HI.SS.10.5 Content Standard / Course: Political Science/Civics PARTICIPATION AND CITIZENSHIP-Understand roles, rights (personal, economic, political), and responsibilities of American citizens and exercise them in civic action
    • SS.10.5.1. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: There are no benchmarks for this standard for this Grade/Course.
  • HI.SS.10.6 Content Standard / Course: Cultural Anthropology SYSTEMS, DYNAMICS, AND INQUIRY-Understand culture as a system of beliefs, knowledge, and practices shared by a group and understand how cultural systems change over time
    • SS.10.6.1. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: There are no benchmarks for this standard for this Grade/Course.
  • HI.SS.10.7 Content Standard / Course: Geography WORLD IN SPATIAL TERMS-Use geographic representations to organize, analyze, and present information on people, places, and environments and understand the nature and interaction of geographic regions and societies around the world
    • SS.10.7.1. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Human Systems Explain the causes of urbanization (i.e., job opportunities, immigration patterns, technological innovations)
    • SS.10.7.2. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Human Systems Explain the consequences of urbanization
  • HI.SS.10.8 Content Standard / Course: Economics RESOURCES, MARKETS, AND GOVERNMENT-Understand economic concepts and the characteristics of various economic systems
    • SS.10.8.1. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Role and Function of Markets Explain the characteristics of the different market structures (i.e. monopoly, oligopoly, monopolistic competition, and pure competition) and their influence on product differentiation, price, barriers for entry, and market efficiency in a competitive marketplace
    • SS.10.8.2. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Role of Government Describe the function and responsibilities of the Federal Reserve System in setting and carrying out the nation's monetary policy
    • SS.10.8.3. Content Standard / Performance Indicator: Role of Government Explain the purpose and/or role of government programs and policies, including unemployment, minimum wage, and Social Security, and their effect on the nation's economy
 
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