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Subject Matter / Course: Social Studies

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Nebraska
Social Studies
Abolishing the Slave Trade - William Wilberforce
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Contributions of Native Americans, Hispanic Americans, African Americans, European Americans, Asian Americans, and immigrant groups and individuals.
Nebraska
Social Studies
Abolishing the Slave Trade - William Wilberforce
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Outline the abolition of slavery and slave trade.
Nebraska
Social Studies
Abolishing the Slave Trade - William Wilberforce
12.3.5.2
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Examine worth and dignity of the individual.
Nebraska
Social Studies
Abolishing the Slave Trade - William Wilberforce
SS 3.1.2.d
Ages: 8
Identify and describe the importance of listening to the views of others and sharing personal views in a respectful manner
Nebraska
Social Studies
Abolishing the Slave Trade - William Wilberforce
SS 5.1.2.d
Ages: 10
Analyze how cooperation and conflict among people have contributed to political, economic, and social events and situations in the United States
Nebraska
Social Studies
Abolishing the Slave Trade - William Wilberforce
SS 8.1.2.d
Ages: 11, 12, 13
Evaluate how cooperation and conflict among people have contributed to political, economic, and social events and situations in the United States
Nebraska
Social Studies
Abolishing the Slave Trade - William Wilberforce
SS 8.1.2.e
Ages: 11, 12, 13
Identify the roles and influences of individuals, groups, and the media on governments (e.g., Seneca Falls Convention, Underground Railroad, Horace Greeley, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Jane Addams, Muckrackers, Booker T. Washington)
Nebraska
Social Studies
Abolishing the Slave Trade - William Wilberforce
SS 8.4.2.a (US)
Ages: 11, 12, 13
Analyze the impact of people, events, ideas, and symbols, including various cultures and ethnic groups, on history in the United States by era (e.g., Establishing a Nation: Revolutionary War: Founders and Founding Documents: unique nature of the creation and organization of the American Government, the United States as an exceptional nation based upon personal freedom, the inherent nature of citizens' rights, and democratic ideals, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and other historical figures, patriotism, national symbols; Expansion and Reform: land acquisition, Manifest Destiny, Standing Bear, Indian Removal Acts; Civil War/Reconstruction: Dred Scott, secession, acts and legislations, Civil War leaders; Industrialism: rise of corporations, growth of organized labor, assembly line, immigration; Transportation and Technology: Eli Whitney, John Deere, Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, George Washington Carver, Orville and Wilbur Wright)
Nebraska
Social Studies
Abolishing the Slave Trade - William Wilberforce
SS 12.1.2.e
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Describe the roles and influences of individuals, groups, and the media as checks on governmental practices (e.g., interest groups, political action committees, lobbyists, public opinion polls)
Nebraska
Social Studies
Abolishing the Slave Trade - William Wilberforce
SS 12.4.2.a (US)
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Analyze and evaluate the impact of people, events, ideas, and symbols, including various cultures and ethnic groups, on history in the United States (e.g., unique nature of the creation and organization of the American Government, the United States as an exceptional nation based upon personal freedom, the inherent nature of citizens' rights, and democratic ideals; Progressive Era: Teddy Roosevelt, The Jungle, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, suffrage; World War I: Woodrow Wilson, League of Nations, Harlem Renaissance, Jazz, Prohibition, The Depression: Franklin Delano Roosevelt; World War II: Dwight Eisenhower, internment camps, Holocaust; Cold War: Marshall Plan, John F. Kennedy, Eleanor Roosevelt, Korea, Vietnam, Ronald Reagan; Civil Rights Era: Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, NAACP, AIM, Cesar Chavez, Supreme Court decisions such as Brown v. Board of Education, key legislation; Contemporary United States: patriotism, Watergate, Sandra Day O'Connor, Clarence Thomas, fall of the Berlin Wall, Colin Powell, 9/11, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates)

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