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Academic Alignment Authority: West Virginia

Subject Matter / Course: Social Studies

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West Virginia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
SS.O.05.05.04
Ages: 10
interpret quotes of famous Americans from various periods of history and explain how songs, symbols and slogans demonstrate freedom of expressions (e.g., patriotism, abolition of slavery, women’s suffrage, labor movements, Civil Rights Movement).
West Virginia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
SS.O.10.05.13
Ages: 15
identify and explain the factors that led to exploration, settlement and expansion across the United States and analyze how the expansion changed the United States (e.g., Louisiana Purchase, Lewis and Clark Exploration, Erie Canal, Missouri Compromise).
West Virginia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
SS.O.11.01.08
Ages: 16
explain the concept of civil disobedience, provide examples and evaluate its use.
West Virginia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
SS.O.11.05.03
Ages: 16
critique United States immigration policies and assess the contributions of immigrant groups and individuals.
West Virginia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
SS.5.G.2
Ages: 10
summarize the significance of large-scale immigration and the contributions of immigrants to America in the early 1900s, (e.g., the countries from which they came, the opportunities and resistance they faced when they arrived and the cultural and economic contributions they made to this nation, etc.)
West Virginia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
SS.10.H.CL4.1
Ages: 15
analyze the social, political and cultural characteristics of the North, the South and the West before and after the Civil War (e.g., the lives of African Americans, social reform, Patriotism, Nationalism, labor force, etc.).
West Virginia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
SS.10.H.CL5.3
Ages: 15
investigate the various periods and movements at the end of the nineteenth century. (e.g., the Gilded Age, the Populist movement, the Progressive Era, labor movement, continuation of the women's movement, etc.).
West Virginia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
SS.10.H.CL5.6
Ages: 15
assess the impact of urbanization and immigration on social, economic and political aspects of society in the United States in the late nineteenth century. (e.g., labor, agriculture, ethnic neighborhoods, African Americans, immigrants, women and children).
West Virginia
Social Studies
Gangs of New York
SS.10.E.5
Ages: 15
critique the cause and effect relationship between the labor movement, industrialization and urbanization in the United States.

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