Locate Academic Alignments For - Hunger Games

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Academic Alignment Authority: Illinois

Subject Matter / Course: Social Studies

The following academic standards have been aligned to Hunger Games

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Illinois
Social Studies
Hunger Games
15.A.2a
Ages: 9, 10
Explain how economic systems decide what goods and services are produced, how they are produced and who consumes them.
Illinois
Social Studies
Hunger Games
1
Ages: 6, 7, 8
Explain that people who make goods and services are producers.
Illinois
Social Studies
Hunger Games
16.5.80
Ages: 10
Identify people, places, and events related to the establishment of the Soviet Union, including: Czar Nicholas II, Vladimir Lenin, Joseph Stalin, and Leon Trotsky; the economic and political conditions in Russia prior to the Revolution; the main goals of the Revolution.
Illinois
Social Studies
Hunger Games
16.5.84
Ages: 10
Identify the Holocaust.
Illinois
Social Studies
Hunger Games
15.8.01
Ages: 13
Compare different economic systems, including: command, market, traditional and mixed.
Illinois
Social Studies
Hunger Games
16.8.28
Ages: 13
Understand influences on the development of the American West (e.g., the struggle over water rights; interaction among Native Americans, ranchers, miners, and explorers; availability of cheap land and transportation in the West; the role of railroads in the loss of Native American lands and buffalo annihilation; monopolies and trade with the East; the development of resources through mining, ranching, and agriculture and resulting population and economic patterns; reasons people settled in the West).
Illinois
Social Studies
Hunger Games
16.8.39
Ages: 13
Understand significant events of World War II, including: major battles at Midway, Normandy, Stalingrad, Kursk, Iwo Jima, Okinawa, and the Battle of the Bulge; key political leaders of the Allies and Axis powers, including: Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, Adolf Hitler, and Joseph Stalin; the human cost of the war; the decision to drop the atomic bombs.
Illinois
Social Studies
Hunger Games
16.8.89
Ages: 13
Identify the Nazi policy of pursuing racial purity, especially against the European Jews in the Holocaust.
Illinois
Social Studies
Hunger Games
16.11.52
Ages: 16
Understand the social and political framework of Athenian society (e.g., social structure, significance of citizenship, and development of democracy in city-state of Athens; life in Athens during the Golden Age of Pericles; strengths and weaknesses of Greek democracy; key differences between Athenian or direct democracy and representative democracy; lack of minority protection in Athenian direct democracy).
Illinois
Social Studies
Hunger Games
16.11.105
Ages: 16
Understand the rise, aggression, and human costs of totalitarian regimes in the Soviet Union, Germany, Italy, and Japan (e.g., German, Italian, and Japanese empire building; atrocities in China, including the 1937 “Rape of Nanking” and the Nazi-Soviet Non- Aggression Pact of 1939).

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