Locate Academic Alignments For - Gangs of New York

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Academic Alignment Authority: District of Columbia

Subject Matter / Course: Social Studies

The following academic standards have been aligned to Gangs of New York

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District of Columbia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
4
Ages: 10
Explain the emerging urbanization in the North.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
3
Ages: 10
Describe the emergence of Abraham Lincoln as a national political figure and the secession of Southern states.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
2
Ages: 10
Describe the assassination of Abraham Lincoln in Washington, DC.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
1
Ages: 10
Explain the rapid growth of cities and trans-Atlantic transportation systems.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
2
Ages: 10
Identify sources of new immigration from Southern and Eastern Europe, China, Korea, and Japan, with particular attention to the role that Chinese and Irish laborers played in the development of the Transcontinental Railroad.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
5
Ages: 10
Describe the United States as the land of opportunity versus a growing sense of protectionism and nativism.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
3
Ages: 10
Describe the major European immigrant groups who have come to America, locating their countries of origin, and where they have tended to settle in large numbers (e.g., English, Germans, Italians, Scots, Irish, Jews, Poles, and Scandinavians).
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
4
Ages: 8, 9, 10
Students use nontext primary and secondary sources, such as maps, charts, graphs, photographs, works of art, and technical charts.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
2
Ages: 11, 12, 13
Students construct various time lines of key events, people, and periods of the historical era they are studying.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
1
Ages: 13
Explain the location and effects of urbanization, renewed immigration, and industrialization (e.g., the effects on social fabric of cities, wealth and economic opportunity, and the conservation movement).
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
4
Ages: 15
Outline the consequences of the Soviet Union’s breakup, including the development of market economies, political and social instability, ethnic struggles, oil and gas politics, dangers of the spread of nuclear technology and other technologies of mass destruction to rogue states and terrorist organizations.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
10
Ages: 16
Trace the transformation of the American economy and the changing social and political conditions in the United States in response to the Industrial Revolution.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
1
Ages: 16
Trace the rise of industrialization.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
2
Ages: 17
Explain how political, social, and cultural institutions have arisen over the years to respond to their needs and preferences.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
2
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Students identify bias and prejudice in historical interpretations.

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