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Academic Alignment Authority: Illinois

Subject Matter / Course: Social Studies

The following academic standards have been aligned to Road to Perdition

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Illinois
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
16.D.2 W
Ages: 9, 10
Describe the various roles of men, women and children in the family, at work, and in the community in various time periods and places (e.g., ancient Rome, Medieval Europe, ancient China, Sub-Saharan Africa).
Illinois
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
15.E.3a
Ages: 11, 12, 13
Identify the types of taxes levied by differing levels of governments (e.g., income tax, sales tax, property tax).
Illinois
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
16.C.4c W
Ages: 14, 15
Describe the impact of key individuals/ideas from 1500 - present, including Adam Smith, Karl Marx and John Maynard Keynes.
Illinois
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
3
Ages: 8, 9, 10
Name at least two taxes students or adults pay.
Illinois
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
2
Ages: 8, 9, 10
Identify the turning points in local, Illinois, and United States social history.
Illinois
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
4
Ages: 9, 10, 11
Assess the influence that significant people had on the social lives of others in Illinois or the United States.
Illinois
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
3
Ages: 10, 11, 12
Describe the changes in family from one period to another.
Illinois
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
4
Ages: 11, 12, 13
Compare and contrast the contributions of individuals or political groups who had a significant impact on the course of local, state, and national history.
Illinois
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
1
Ages: 12, 13, 14
Summarize the actions of an individual or group’s effort to influence current public policy in their community, state, or nation.
Illinois
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
2
Ages: 13, 14, 15
Explain the different land use areas within cities in Illinois and the United States (e.g., residential, commercial, recreational).
Illinois
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
16.5.36
Ages: 10
Identify events related to the Stock Market Crash of 1929 and the Great Depression, including: the failure of banks, unemployment, and the loss of farms due to the economy and disastrous drought.
Illinois
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
16.5.81
Ages: 10
Identify the basic causes of the Great Depression, its effects on daily life, and its impact around the world, particularly in Germany.
Illinois
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
18.5.02
Ages: 10
Identify significant figures of early American folklore, literature, art and music, including: Johnny Appleseed, John Copley, Washington Irving and James Fennimore Cooper.
Illinois
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
16.8.37
Ages: 13
Identify the causes and effects of the Stock Market Crash of 1929 and the Great Depression, including: overproduction, overspeculation, and over-borrowing; the closure of banks, foreclosure of property, closure of businesses, vast unemployment, and the loss of farms due to economic collapse and drought.
Illinois
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
16.8.85
Ages: 13
Understand the causes of the Great Depression and its immediate and long-term consequences for the world (e.g., causes of the Depression, including World War I debt, the role of the United States in the world economy, and the economic crash of 1929).
Illinois
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
16.8.100
Ages: 13
Identify significant historical events and individuals in Illinois history, including: Cahokia; environmental changes made by early settlers; French explorers (e.g., Jacques Marquette, Louis Joliet, and Robert Cavelier La Salle; the Northwest Ordinance of 1787 and Louisiana Purchase of 1803; the Mormons; the Galena lead mines; labor strife in the late 1800s; the Pullman strike; the roaring 20s; the significance of “Rosie the Riveter” the great migration from the south in World War II; Marshall Field; Joseph McCormick; the Chicago Tribune and Thomas Dewey as winner; Martin Luther King and the civil rights movement in Illinois; the opening of the St. Lawrence seaway in 1959; protests against the Vietnam War; the significance of the 1973 Sears Tower (then the world's tallest); the growth of minority voter populations; Illinois and global economy.
Illinois
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
17.8.20
Ages: 13
Identify Illinois geographical advantages.
Illinois
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
17.11.11
Ages: 16
Identify different land use areas within cities in Illinois and the United States (residential, commercial, and recreational).
Illinois
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
18.11.07
Ages: 16
Trace the origins, events and consequences of major U.S. social movements, including: Temperance movement, Social Gospel, the religious origins of the civil rights movement, the organized labor movement, women’s suffrage movement (Susan B. Anthony) and the “women’s movement” of the 1960’s and 70’s.

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