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Academic Alignment Authority: South Carolina

Subject Matter / Course: Social Studies

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South Carolina
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
5-4.1
Ages: 10
Summarize daily life in the post–World War I period of the 1920s, including improvements in the standard of living, transportation, and entertainment; the impact of the Nineteenth Amendment, the Great Migration, the Harlem Renaissance, and Prohibition; and racial and ethnic conflict.
South Carolina
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
5-4.2
Ages: 10
Summarize the causes of the Great Depression, including overproduction and declining purchasing power, the bursting of the stock market bubble in 1929, and the resulting unemployment, failed economic institutions; and the effects of the Dust Bowl.
South Carolina
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
7-4.3
Ages: 12
Explain the causes and effects of the worldwide depression that took place in the 1930s, including the effects of the economic crash of 1929.
South Carolina
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
8-6.2
Ages: 13
Explain the causes and effects of changes in South Carolina and the nation as a whole in the 1920s, including Prohibition, the destruction caused by the boll weevil, the rise of mass media, improvements in daily life, increases in tourism and recreation, the revival of the Ku Klux Klan, and the contributions of South Carolinians to the Harlem Renaissance and the Southern Literary Renaissance.
South Carolina
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
WG-6.2
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Explain how the structure of rural and urban places is impacted by economic, social, political, and environmental transitions, including gains or losses by industries and the outsourcing or offshoring of labor (e.g., the shift from textiles to automobile manufacturing in the American South).
South Carolina
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
USHC-6.1
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Explain the impact of the changes in the 1920s on the economy, society, and culture, including the expansion of mass production techniques, the invention of new home appliances, the introduction of the installment plan, the role of transportation in changing urban life, the effect of radio and movies in creating a national mass culture, and the cultural changes exemplified by the Harlem Renaissance.
South Carolina
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
USHC-6.2
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Explain the causes and effects of the social change and conflict between traditional and modern culture that took place during the 1920s, including the role of women, the “Red Scare”, the resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan, immigration quotas, Prohibition, and the Scopes trial.
South Carolina
Social Studies
Road to Perdition
USHC-6.3
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Explain the causes and consequences of the Great Depression, including the disparities in income and wealth distribution; the collapse of the farm economy and the effects of the Dust Bowl; limited governmental regulation; taxes, investment; and stock market speculation; policies of the federal government and the Federal Reserve System; and the effects of the Depression on the people.

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