Process Skills Strand


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USH2.1.01
Interpret Maps



USH2.1.02
Physical and political features
of local and world regions



USH2.1.03
Primary and secondary
sources



USH2.1.04
Interpretations of historical
narratives



Civics and Government Strand


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USH2.2.05
Constitutional powers



USH2.2.06
Origins and development of
political parties



USH2.2.07
Legal and political rights of
individuals



USH2.2.08
Evaluate various governmental
systems to the US



USH2.2.09
International relations both
regional and world-wide



Economic Strand


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USH2.3.10
Characteristics of traditional,
command, market, and mixed
economies on the basis of
property rights, factors of
production, and locus of
economic decision-making



USH2.3.11
Intended or unintended
consequences of economic
choices



USH2.3.12
GDP and economic growth



USH2.3.13
Supply and demand for product



USH2.3.14
Consumer behavior and
monetary policies



USH2.3.15
Free trade and exchange rates
between nations



USH2.3.16
Cost and benefits of
governmental economic
and social policies on society



Geography Strand


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USH2.4.17
Cultural geography of local and
world regions



USH2.4.18
History, perceptions, and
cultural identities or regions



History Strand


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USH2.5.19
Transformation of American
society in 19th century
(westward movement,
mechanized farming, rise of
business/industry, and
American labor movement)



USH2.5.20
Progressive Era



USH2.5.21
US in international affairs at
the turn of the 20th Century



USH2.5.22
World War I



USH2.5.23
The 1920s



USH2.5.24
Race relations



USH2.5.25
The Great Depression




Evaluate various governmental systems to the U.S.