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Subject Matter / Course: Social Studies

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Illinois
Social Studies
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
16.D.4 W
Ages: 14, 15
Identify significant events and developments since 1500 that altered world social history in ways that persist today including colonization, Protestant Reformation, industrialization, the rise of technology and human rights movements.
Illinois
Social Studies
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
1
Ages: 8, 9, 10
Give examples of how technology helps to transform a society.
Illinois
Social Studies
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
16.8.75
Ages: 13
Understand events and significant contributions of the Renaissance [e.g., Renaissance advances in literature, art, architecture, science, math, astronomy, knowledge of human anatomy, cartography, engineering, and printing technology (Johann Gutenberg)].
Illinois
Social Studies
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
18.8.02
Ages: 13
Identify significant advances in science to world and U.S. history in several different fields, including: medical science and the prevention of disease (e.g., the discoveries of Edward Jenner, Louis Pasteur, and Jonas Salk), biology and heredity (e.g., works of Charles Darwin and Gregor Johann Mendel), chemistry (e.g., Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev and the Periodic Table), and atomic energy (e.g., contributions of Marie CuriƩ, Albert Einstein, and Robert Oppenheimer).
Illinois
Social Studies
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
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
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
16.11.70
Ages: 16
Understand the development and spread of Islam (e.g., the origins of Islam; major events and leaders of Islam including the significance of Mohammed; sacred writings of Islam; developments and beliefs of Islam, including the Koran, the Five Pillars, and Sunnah; the characteristics of the Sunni and Shiite Moslems; the role of women in Islamic society; Islamic contributions to art, literature, science, mathematics, and medicine; factors that influenced the spread of Islam; the spread and acceptance of Islam, the Arabic language, and other aspects of Islamic culture).

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