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Academic Alignment Authority: Illinois

Subject Matter / Course: Social Studies

The following academic standards have been aligned to Hindenburg

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Illinois
Social Studies
Hindenburg
5
Ages: 8, 9, 10
List the details found on an historical artifact to determine its manufacture, date, and use.
Illinois
Social Studies
Hindenburg
3
Ages: 10, 11, 12
Evaluate effects of technological change on transportation, communications, and resource use in Illinois, the United States, and the world.
Illinois
Social Studies
Hindenburg
5
Ages: 12, 13, 14
Assess the value of posed and candid photographs as primary sources.
Illinois
Social Studies
Hindenburg
16.5.35
Ages: 10
Identify the causes of World War I and the reasons for U.S. entry into the conflict; briefly describe the conflict, the terms of the Treaty of Versailles, and the League of Nations.
Illinois
Social Studies
Hindenburg
18.5.03
Ages: 10
Identify significant advances in technology to world and U.S. history and inventors associated with each, including: the steam engine (Watt), TNT (Nobel), and the electric light (Edison).
Illinois
Social Studies
Hindenburg
14.8.21
Ages: 13
Identify alternate views of the Treaty of Versailles with Germany (e.g., it was a harsh treaty that angered Germany; it was a fair treaty that was not enforced by the allied powers).
Illinois
Social Studies
Hindenburg
16.8.01
Ages: 13
Identify multiple causes and effects when analyzing historical events.
Illinois
Social Studies
Hindenburg
16.8.36
Ages: 13
Identify the causes of World War I and the reasons for U.S. entry into the conflict; briefly describe the conflict, the terms of the Treaty of Versailles, and the League of Nations.
Illinois
Social Studies
Hindenburg
16.8.39
Ages: 13
Understand significant events of World War II, including: major battles at Midway, Normandy, Stalingrad, Kursk, Iwo Jima, Okinawa, and the Battle of the Bulge; key political leaders of the Allies and Axis powers, including: Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, Adolf Hitler, and Joseph Stalin; the human cost of the war; the decision to drop the atomic bombs.
Illinois
Social Studies
Hindenburg
16.8.41
Ages: 13
Identify the home front during World War II, including: rationing of resources, the increased role of women in the workforce, improvements in production of arms and other materials, the internment of Japanese Americans.
Illinois
Social Studies
Hindenburg
17.8.01
Ages: 13
Use maps to interpret the economic, physical, and political geography of regions, states and countries.
Illinois
Social Studies
Hindenburg
17.8.02
Ages: 13
Use maps and other geographic representations and instruments to gather and interpret information about people, places and environments, including: the continents, the oceans, major American rivers and lakes, the 50 states and their capitals, and major world capitals.
Illinois
Social Studies
Hindenburg
16.11.42
Ages: 16
Understand significant aspects of World War II (e.g., failure of the policy of appeasement; major battles at Midway, Normandy, Stalingrad, Kursk, Iwo Jima, Okinawa, and the Battle of the Bulge; turning points of the war and reason for Allied victory; key political leaders of the Allies and Axis powers, including Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, Adolf Hitler, and Joseph Stalin; characteristics of the European, African, and Pacific theaters of battle; role and sacrifices of individual American soldiers, as well as the unique contributions of military special forces such as Tuskegee Airmen and Navajo Code talkers; the human cost of the war; the decision to drop the atomic bombs and the consequences of this decision).
Illinois
Social Studies
Hindenburg
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
Hindenburg
16.11.106
Ages: 16
Understand the causes, course, and outcome of World War II (e.g., how the failure of the League of Nations contributed to the outbreak of World War II; the role of appeasement, nonintervention, and domestic distractions in Europe and the U.S. prior to the outbreak of war; major turning points of the war, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and the battles of Midway, Kursk, Normandy, Iwo Jima, and the Battle of the Bulge; principal theaters of conflict, key strategic decisions of the war; political, diplomatic, and military leaders, including Churchill, Roosevelt, Emperor Hirohito, Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin, MacArthur, and Eisenhower; the internment of Japanese Americans and the decision to drop atomic bombs on Japan.

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