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EKU-History

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Enduring Knowledge - Understandings

 

Students will understand that:

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history is an account of human activities that is interpretive in nature, and a variety of tools (e.g., primary and secondary sources, data, artifacts) are needed to analyze historical events.

 

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history is a series of connected events shaped by multiple cause-effect relationships, tying past to present.

 

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geography and natural resources have a significant impact on historical perspectives and events.

 

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advances in research, science and technology have a significant impact on historical events, American society, and the global community.

 

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U.S. History can be analyzed by examining significant eras (Reconstruction, Industrialization, Progressive Movement, World War I, Great Depression and the New Deal, World War II, Cold War, Contemporary United States) to develop chronological understanding and recognize cause-and-effect relationships and multiple causation.

 

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U.S. History has been impacted by significant individuals and groups.

 

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each era in the history of the United States has social, political and economic characteristics.

 

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the role of the United States in the global community has evolved into that of a world power.

 

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world civilizations (e.g., African, Asian, European, Latin American, Middle Eastern) can be analyzed by examining significant eras (Renaissance, Reformation, Age of Exploration, Age of Revolution, Nationalism and Imperialism, Technological Age, 21st Century) to develop chronological understanding and recognize cause-effect relationships and multiple causation.

 

WC2

 

world civilizations share common characteristics (e.g., government, belief system, economy) and have been impacted by significant individuals and groups.

 

WC3

 

each era in the history of the world has social, political and economic characteristics.

 

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an increasingly interdependent world provides challenges and opportunities.

 

 

 

 

 

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