Locate Academic Alignments For - Invictus

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Academic Alignment Authority: District of Columbia

Subject Matter / Course: Social Studies

The following academic standards have been aligned to Invictus

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District of Columbia
Social Studies
Invictus
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
Invictus
9
Ages: 11
Give examples of how maps can be used to convey a point of view, so that critical analysis of map sources is essential.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Invictus
1
Ages: 11
Name and locate the world’s continents, major bodies of water, major mountain ranges, major river systems, major countries, and major cities.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Invictus
4
Ages: 12
Explain the religious traditions, including the worship of gods, goddesses, and Shamanistic rituals.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Invictus
8
Ages: 12
Compare and contrast life in Athens to Sparta, with emphasis on the daily life of women and children, the games and sports of the Olympiad, the education of youths, the trial of Socrates, and their roles in the Persian and Peloponnesian Wars.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Invictus
2
Ages: 14
Describe the goals and extent of Dutch, English, French, and Spanish settlements in the Americas.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Invictus
2
Ages: 15
Describe the Berlin Conference and the rise of modern colonialism in the 19th century.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Invictus
3
Ages: 15
Describe the locations of colonies established by such nations as England, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Russia, Spain, Portugal, and the United States.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Invictus
3
Ages: 15
Explain the Pan-Africanism movement, the formation of the Organization of African Unity (now the African Union), and various independence movements (e.g., Congo conflict and Patrice Lumumba; struggle over Angola and Mozambique; and the Zimbabwe War of Independence) and African American support (e.g., the Council on African Affairs and the African Liberation Support Committee).
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Invictus
5
Ages: 15
Explain the fight against and dismantling of the apartheid system in South Africa and evolution from white minority government, including the role of Nelson Mandela, the African National Congress, and the role of African Americans, such as Randall Robinson, and the TransAfrica in ending apartheid.
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Invictus
3
Ages: 16
Explain the roots and ultimate success of the antiapartheid movement (boycotts, arrests, and organizing among African Americans and others).
District of Columbia
Social Studies
Invictus
8
Ages: 17
Identify the successes of relatively new democracies in Africa, Asia, and Latin America and the ideas, leaders, and general societal conditions that have launched and sustained, or failed to sustain, them.

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