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Academic Alignment Authority: Illinois

Subject Matter / Course: Social Studies

The following academic standards have been aligned to Ancient Olympics

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Illinois
Social Studies
Ancient Olympics
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
Ancient Olympics
16.D.2 W
Ages: 9, 10
Describe the various roles of men, women and children in the family, at work, and in the community in various time periods and places (e.g., ancient Rome, Medieval Europe, ancient China, Sub-Saharan Africa).
Illinois
Social Studies
Ancient Olympics
18.A.3
Ages: 11, 12, 13
Explain how language, literature, the arts, architecture and traditions contribute to the development and transmission of culture.
Illinois
Social Studies
Ancient Olympics
2
Ages: 9, 10, 11
Discuss how the roles of men, women, and children in past cultures have changed over time.
Illinois
Social Studies
Ancient Olympics
4
Ages: 10, 11, 12
Describe the various roles of men, women, and children in the family, at work, and in the community in various time periods and places (e.g., ancient Rome, Medieval Europe, ancient China, Sub-Saharan Africa).
Illinois
Social Studies
Ancient Olympics
5
Ages: 11, 12, 13
Explain the significance of changes in the role of men, women, and children from one period to subsequent periods in world social history.
Illinois
Social Studies
Ancient Olympics
16.5.46
Ages: 10
Understand the stories of the battles of Marathon and Thermopylae as examples of Greek ethical traditions and describe the connection to the modern-day marathon.
Illinois
Social Studies
Ancient Olympics
16.5.47
Ages: 10
Identify basic contributions of ancient Greece to civilization in poetry, philosophy, literature, architecture, and mathematics.
Illinois
Social Studies
Ancient Olympics
16.8.46
Ages: 13
Compare the democracy of ancient Athens with that of the modern U.S. using the following criteria: direct vs. representative democracy, definition of citizenship, and rights of women.
Illinois
Social Studies
Ancient Olympics
16.8.48
Ages: 13
Identify the contributions of ancient Greece to modern times, including: theater (e.g., Greek dramas), poetry (e.g., Homer's Iliad and Odyssey), philosophy (e.g., Socrates and the idea of Socratic dialogue), literature (e.g., Herodotus, the “father of history”), architecture (e.g., Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian columns), and mathematics (e.g., Aristarchus, Euclid, and Archimedes).
Illinois
Social Studies
Ancient Olympics
16.11.54
Ages: 16
Understand artistic, literary, scientific, and cultural achievements of Greek society (e.g., Greek mythology, drama, and comedy; scientific and cultural advancements in transportation, art, architecture, literature, and theater; contributions of Greek philosophers, playwrights, poets, and mathematicians; significant individuals such as Homer, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Herodotus, and Thucydides).
Illinois
Social Studies
Ancient Olympics
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
Ancient Olympics
18.11.01
Ages: 16
Identify examples of how culture is transmitted and preserved through language, literature and the arts.
Illinois
Social Studies
Ancient Olympics
18.11.08
Ages: 16
Understand major contemporaneous social issues and the groups involved (e.g., the role of feminist movements; the persistence of poverty, welfare, crime and other social issues; the response of federal, state, and local governments toward such social issues; changing roles of women in society and changing family structures; impact of controversies associated with environmental conservation, the expansion of National Park system, and the development of environmental protection laws; the interaction between environmental protection agencies and property rights advocates).

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