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Academic Alignment Authority: Maryland

Subject Matter / Course: Social Studies

The following academic standards have been aligned to Blow

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Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
4
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Information about due process cases will be provided in the item.
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
3
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Criminal law: defendant, prosecutor, reasonable doubt, felony, misdemeanor, grand jury, indictment, probable cause, presumption of innocence, plea bargaining, writ of habeas corpus, and subpoena.
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Impact of health crises; AIDS, drugs
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
b
Ages: 10
Preview the text by examining features, such as the title, pictures, maps, illustrations, photographs, charts, timelines, graphs, and icons
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
a
Ages: 10
Identify and use knowledge of organizational structures, such as chronological order, cause/effect, main ideas and details, description, similarities/differences, and problem/solution to gain meaning
Maryland
Social Studies
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c
Ages: 10
Use a graphic organizer or another note-taking technique to record important ideas or information
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
a
Ages: 10
Interpret information in maps, charts and graphs
Maryland
Social Studies
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c
Ages: 10
Analyze a document to determine point of view
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
a
Ages: 10
Compare information from a variety of sources
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
b
Ages: 11
Preview the text by examining features, such as the title, pictures, maps, illustrations, photographs, charts, timelines, graphs, and icons
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
a
Ages: 11
Identify and use knowledge of organizational structures, such as chronological order, cause/effect, main ideas and details, description, similarities/differences, and problem/solution to gain meaning
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
c
Ages: 11
Analyze a document to determine point of view
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
a
Ages: 11
Compare information from a variety of sources
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
a
Ages: 12
Identify and use knowledge of organizational structures, such as chronological order, cause/effect, main ideas and details, description, similarities/differences, and problem/solution to gain meaning
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
a
Ages: 12
Interpret information in maps, charts and graphs
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
c
Ages: 12
Analyze a document to determine point of view
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
a
Ages: 12
Compare information from a variety of sources
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
a
Ages: 13
Identify the characteristics of informational texts, such as print features, graphic aids, informational aids, organizational aids, and online features
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
c
Ages: 13
Set a purpose for reading the text
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
a
Ages: 13
Identify and use knowledge of organizational structures, such as chronological order, cause/effect, main ideas and details, description, similarities/differences, and problem/solution to gain meaning
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
b
Ages: 13
Reread slowly and carefully, restate, or read on and revisit difficult parts
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
a
Ages: 13
Identify and explain what is directly stated in the text
Maryland
Social Studies
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c
Ages: 13
Determine and explain the author’s purpose
Maryland
Social Studies
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e
Ages: 13
Explain whether or not the author’s opinion is presented fairly
Maryland
Social Studies
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d
Ages: 13
Access and process information that is factual and reliable from readings, investigations, and/or oral communications
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
a
Ages: 13
Interpret information in maps, charts and graphs
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
c
Ages: 13
Analyze a document to determine point of view
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
a
Ages: 13
Compare information from a variety of sources
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
b
Ages: 13
Compare information to prior knowledge
Maryland
Social Studies
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c
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Explain why it is necessary to have both substantive and procedural due process
Maryland
Social Studies
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e
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Compare the proceedings of civil and criminal cases including: grand jury, petit jury, indictment, standards of proof (beyond a reasonable doubt and preponderance of the evidence), plea bargaining, probable cause, writ of habeas corpus, and subpoena
Maryland
Social Studies
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i
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Examine trends in popular culture from 1946-1968 such as advertising, the beat movement, rock and roll music, the growth of television, and changes in the motion picture industry
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
1.2.4
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
The student will evaluate the principle of due process.
Maryland
Social Studies
Blow
1.2.5
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
The student will analyze elements, proceedings, and decisions related to criminal and civil law.

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