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Academic Alignment Authority: Illinois

Subject Matter / Course: Social Studies

The following academic standards have been aligned to Invictus

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Illinois
Social Studies
Invictus
18.A.2
Ages: 9, 10
Explain ways in which language, stories, folk tales, music, media and artistic creations serve as expressions of culture.
Illinois
Social Studies
Invictus
5
Ages: 8, 9, 10
List the details found on an historical artifact to determine its manufacture, date, and use.
Illinois
Social Studies
Invictus
2
Ages: 8, 9, 10
Use images to describe group behavior.
Illinois
Social Studies
Invictus
1
Ages: 9, 10, 11
Identify turning points in world social history.
Illinois
Social Studies
Invictus
3
Ages: 10, 11, 12
Compare cultural differences/similarities from other parts of the world in terms of their language, literature, and arts.
Illinois
Social Studies
Invictus
2
Ages: 11, 12, 13
Describe how a culture is reflected in its art, music, and/or architecture and institutions.
Illinois
Social Studies
Invictus
5
Ages: 12, 13, 14
Assess the value of posed and candid photographs as primary sources.
Illinois
Social Studies
Invictus
3
Ages: 12, 13, 14
Assess the impact of significant individuals or groups on world social history (e.g., religious leaders, philosophers).
Illinois
Social Studies
Invictus
3
Ages: 13, 14, 15
Analyze the economic impact of colonialism and imperialism around the world after 1500 CE.
Illinois
Social Studies
Invictus
1
Ages: 13, 14, 15
Analyze the social history aspects of significant events in world history since 1500 (e.g., colonization, Protestant Reformation, industrialization, rise of technology, human rights movement, Holocaust).
Illinois
Social Studies
Invictus
1
Ages: 16, 17
Assess the significance of a watershed event in World social history.
Illinois
Social Studies
Invictus
16.8.67
Ages: 13
Understand elements of Japanese feudal society (e.g., values, social customs, and traditions prescribed by the lordvassal system consisting of shogun, daimyo, samurai, ritual suicide, and the warrior code) and compare it to European feudalism.
Illinois
Social Studies
Invictus
16.8.93
Ages: 13
Identify nationalist movements and attempts by colonial countries to achieve independence after World War II [e.g., how African and Asian countries (e.g., India under Mohandas Gandhi and Kenya under Jomo Kenyatta) achieved independence from European colonial rule; independence struggles of colonized regions of the world (e.g., India, Pakistan, and Indonesia); the fight against apartheid in South Africa and revolution from white minority government].
Illinois
Social Studies
Invictus
17.8.01
Ages: 13
Use maps to interpret the economic, physical, and political geography of regions, states and countries.
Illinois
Social Studies
Invictus
16.11.58
Ages: 16
Understand events in the rise of Christianity (e.g., the history of early Christianity including the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth; the contribution of Paul the Apostle in the spread of Christian beliefs; traditions, customs, and beliefs of Christianity; the transition of Christianity from persecuted to official religion of the Roman Empire; the organization of the early church).
Illinois
Social Studies
Invictus
16.11.66
Ages: 16
Understand the significant achievements of Roman society (e.g., Roman contributions in the arts, sciences, language, religion, technology, architecture, and engineering; the role of Roman law in the development of western political ideas and rule of law).
Illinois
Social Studies
Invictus
17.11.01
Ages: 16
Illustrate the spatial dynamics of contemporary and historical events (e.g., interpret data from a map of the spread of the Black Plague in Europe or the spread of radiation from the Chernobyl accident in the former Soviet Union).

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