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Academic Alignment Authority: West Virginia

Subject Matter / Course: Social Studies

The following academic standards have been aligned to Gods and Generals

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West Virginia
Social Studies
Gods and Generals
SS.O.06.04.02
Ages: 11
use map tools (e.g., legends, keys, scales) to interpret information (e.g., climate, landforms, resources).
West Virginia
Social Studies
Gods and Generals
SS.O.10.05.17
Ages: 15
analyze and sequence the causes and effects of the major events of the Civil War and reconstruction.
West Virginia
Social Studies
Gods and Generals
SS.5.G.8
Ages: 10
read and interpret information from photographs, maps, globes, graphs, models and computer programs.
West Virginia
Social Studies
Gods and Generals
SS.5.H.CL1.2
Ages: 10
explain how specific events and issues let to the Civil War (e.g., sectionalism fueled by issues of slavery in the territories, states' rights, election of 1860 and secession).
West Virginia
Social Studies
Gods and Generals
SS.5.H.CL1.3
Ages: 10
summarize key battles, strategies and turning points of the Civil War (e.g., Fort Sumter, Antietam, Gettysburg, other regional battles and the surrender at Appomattox).
West Virginia
Social Studies
Gods and Generals
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
Gods and Generals
SS.10.H.CL4.2
Ages: 15
explain how the political events and issues that divided the nation led to civil war (e.g., compromises reached to maintain the balance of free and slave states, successes and failures of the abolitionist movement, conflicting views on states' rights and federal authority, emergence of the Republican Party and election of 1860).
West Virginia
Social Studies
Gods and Generals
SS.10.H.CL4.4
Ages: 15
outline the course and outcome of the Civil War (e.g., the role of African American military units, the impact of the Emancipation Proclamation, and social, political and economic impact on the South following the Civil War).

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