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Academic Alignment Authority: Illinois

Subject Matter / Course: Social Studies

The following academic standards have been aligned to Selma-to-Montgomery: Bloody Sunday

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Illinois
Social Studies
Selma-to-Montgomery: Bloody Sunday
4
Ages: 9, 10, 11
Describe historical examples featuring the denial or extension of civil rights to various individuals or groups.
Illinois
Social Studies
Selma-to-Montgomery: Bloody Sunday
16.5.41
Ages: 10
Understand the origins and course of the Civil Rights movement, including the roles of individual American citizens in the civil rights movement, including: federal intervention in Little Rock, Ruby Bridges, Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Jackie Robinson, and the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Illinois
Social Studies
Selma-to-Montgomery: Bloody Sunday
18.5.06
Ages: 10
Identify the basic features of significant social movements and events from history, including: westward expansion before and after the Civil War and the significance of the words, “Go west, young man;” the abolitionist movement; the Civil Rights Movement before and since the Civil War; significant immigrations before and since the Civil War; the women's suffrage movement.
Illinois
Social Studies
Selma-to-Montgomery: Bloody Sunday
16.8.42
Ages: 13
Identify the roles played by federal, state and local political leaders—as well as individual American citizens— in the civil rights movement, including: federal intervention in Little Rock; Rosa Parks and the Montgomery boycotts; Martin Luther King, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, and the 1963 march on Washington; Freedom Riders; Jackie Robinson and the desegregation of baseball; the work of Cesar Chavez and the development of the United Farmworkers; Robert Kennedy and the civil rights movement; Lyndon Johnson and passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Illinois
Social Studies
Selma-to-Montgomery: Bloody Sunday
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
Selma-to-Montgomery: Bloody Sunday
16.11.47
Ages: 16
Understands events and influential individuals of the civil rights movement [e.g., the role of civil rights advocates, including Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, Rosa Parks, and Cesar Chavez; the significance of Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” and “I Have a Dream Speech;” events such as segregation, desegregation, the Bus Boycott, Selma March, the Freedom Riders, and Central High School in Little Rock; the role of African American political groups, including the National Association for the Advancement of Colored Persons (NAACP), Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), and Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC); the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. and the Watts Riots].

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