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Related Social Studies Content StandardsHistorical Perspective--Comprehending the Past--Standard 1.2.9: Use narratives and graphic data to describe the settings o significant events that shape the development of Michigan the United States as a nation prior to the end of the era of Reconstruction.
Historical Perspective-- Analyzing and Interpreting the Past--Content Standard 1.3.7 Use primary and secondary records to analyze significant events that shaped the development of Michigan as a state and the United States as a nation prior to the end of the era of Reconstruction.
Historical Perspective-- Analyzing and Interpreting the Past--Content Standard 1.3.9 Show that historical knowledge is tentative and subject to change by describing interpretations of the past that have been revised when new information was uncovered.
Historical Perspective-- Judging Decisions from the Past--Standard 1.4.7 Identify the responses of individuals to historic violations of human dignity, persecution, and crimes against humanity.
Geographic Perspective--People, Places and Culture-- Standard
2.1.3 Locate and describe cultures and compare the similarities
and differences among the roles of men, women and families.
Inquiry-- Conducting Investigations --Standard 5.2.11
Construct answers to social science questions posed and support their
answers with evidence.
Related English Language Arts Content StandardsMeaning and Communication-- Standard 3 Employ multiple strategies to construct meaning through reading or viewing text. Examples might include re-telling, predicting, generating quesitons, vocabulary study, examining picture cues...
Meaning and Communication--Standard 3 Write about their reactions/response to a visual, written and or electronic text and compare their responses to those of others or their personal lives.
Inquiry and Research-- Content Standard 11 Identify and evaluate questions and resources related to a specific topic.
Inquiry and Research-- Content Standard 11 Identify resources that are most readily available for the particular questions or topics they wish to investigate. Develop presentations to communicate conclusions based on investigations.
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