Chapter 10: (Politics and Power (POL-1.0: Explain how and why political…
Politics and Power
POL-1.0: Explain how and why political ideas, beliefs, institutions, party systems, and alignments have developed and changed.
POL-2.0: Explain how popular movements,reform efforts, and activist groups have sought to change American society and institutions.
POL-3.0: Explain how different beliefs about the federal government’s role in U.S. social and economic life have affected political debates and policies.
WOR-2.0: Analyze the reasons for, and results of, U.S.diplomatic, economic, and military initiatives in North America and overseas.
WOR-1.0: Explain how cultural interaction,cooperation,competition, and conflict between empires, nations,and peoples have influenced political, economic, and social developments in North America.
Culture and society
CUL-4.0: Explain how different group identities, including racial, ethnic, class, and regional identities, have emerged and changed over time.
CUL-1.0: Explain how religious groups and ideas have affected American society and political life.
CUL-3.0: Explain how ideas about women’s rights and gender roles have affected society and politics.
CUL-2.0: Explain how artistic, philosophical, and scientific ideas have developed and shaped society and institutions.
NAT-1.0: Explain how ideas about democracy, freedom, and individualism found expression in the development of cultural values, political institutions, and American identity.
NAT-3.0: Analyze how ideas about national identity change din response to U.S.involvement in international conflicts and the growth of the United States.
NAT-2.0:Explain how interpretations of the Constitution and debates over rights, liberties, and definitions of citizenship have affected American values, politics, and society.
Migration and Settlement
MIG--1.0: Explain the causes of migration to colonial North America and, later, the United States, and analyze immigration’s effects on U.S. society.
GEO-1.0: Explain how geographic and environmental
factors shaped the development of various communities, and analyze how competition for and debates over natural resources have affected both interactions among different groups and the development of government policies.
MIG-2.0: Analyze causes of internal migration and patterns of settlement in what would become the United States, and explain how migration has affected American life
Work, Exchange, and Technology
WXT-2.0: Explain how patterns of exchange, markets, and private enterprise have developed, and analyze ways that governments have responded to economic issues.
WXT-1.0: Explain how different labor systems developed in North America and the United States, and explain their effects on workers’ lives and U.S. society.