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Test Standards

  1. (1.1) Contextualizing Period 1
  2. (1.2) Native American Societies Before European Contact
  3. (1.3) European Exploration
  4. (1.4 ) Columbian Exchange, Spanish Exploration, and Conquest
  5. (1.5) Labor, Slavery, and Caste in the Spanish Colonial System
  6. (1.6 ) Cultural Interactions Between Europeans, Native Americans, and Africans
  7. (1.7) Causation in Period 1
  1. (2.1) Contextualizing Period 2
  2. (2.2 ) European Colonization
  3. (2.3 ) The Regions of British Colonies
  4. (2.4) Transatlantic Trade
  5. (2.5) Interactions Between American Indians and Europeans
  6. (2.6 ) Slavery in the British Colonies
  7. (2.7 ) Colonial Society and Culture
  8. (2.8 ) Comparison in Period 2
  1. (3.1) Contextualizing Period 3
  2. (3.2 ) The Seven Years’ War (The French and Indian War)
  3. (3.3) Taxation Without Representation
  4. (3.4 ) Philosophical Foundations of the American Revolution
  5. (3.5) The American Revolution
  6. (3.6 ) The Influence of Revolutionary Ideals
  7. (3.7 ) The Articles of Confederation
  8. (3.8 ) The Constitutional Convention and Debates over Ratification
  9. (3.9) The Constitution
  10. (3.10 ) Shaping a New Republic
  11. (3.11 ) Developing an American Identity
  12. (3.12 ) Movement in the Early Republic
  13. (3.13 ) Continuity and Change in Period 3
  1. (4.1) Contextualizing Period 4
  2. (4.2 ) The Rise of Political Parties and the Era of Jefferson
  3. (4.3) Politics and Regional Interests
  4. (4.4 ) America on the World Stage
  5. (4.5 ) Market Revolution: Industrialization
  6. (4.6 ) Market Revolution: Society and Culture
  7. (4.7 ) Expanding Democracy
  8. (4.8 ) Jackson and Federal Power
  9. (4.9 ) The Development of an American Culture
  10. (4.10 ) The Second Great Awakening
  11. (4.11 ) An Age of Reform
  12. (4.12 ) African Americans in the Early Republic
  13. (4.13 ) The Society of the South in the Early Republic
  14. (4.14) Causation in Period 4
  1. (5.1) Contextualizing Period 5
  2. (5.2 ) Manifest Destiny
  3. (5.3 ) The Mexican-American War
  4. (5.4 ) The Compromise of 1850
  5. (5.5 ) Sectional Conflict: Regional Differences
  6. (5.6 ) Failure of Compromise
  7. (5.7 ) Election of 1860 and Secession
  8. (5.8 ) Military Conflict in the Civil War
  9. (5.9) Government Policies During the Civil War
  10. (5.10 & 5.11) Reconstruction & Its Failure
  11. (5.12 ) Comparison in Period 5
  1. (6.1) Contextualizing Period 6
  2. (6.2 ) Westward Expansion: Economic Development
  3. (6.3 ) Westward Expansion: Social and Cultural Development
  4. (6.4) The "New South"
  5. (6.5 & 6.6) Technological Innovation & the Rise of Industrial Capitalism
  6. (6.7) Labor in the Gilded Age
  7. (6.8 & 6.9 ) Immigration, Migration, & the Response in the Gilded Age
  8. (6.10 & 6.11) Development of the Middle Class
  9. (6.12 ) Controversies over the Role of Government in the Gilded Age
  10. (6.13 ) Politics in the Gilded Age
  11. (6.14 ) Continuity and Change Period 6
  1. (7.1 ) Contextualizing Period 7
  2. (7.2 ) Imperialism: Debates
  3. (7.3) The Spanish-American War
  4. (7.4) The Progressives
  5. (7.5 ) World War I: Military and Diplomacy
  6. (7.6 ) World War I: Home Front
  7. (7.7 ) 1920s: Innovations in Communication and Technology
  8. (7.8 ) 1920s: Cultural and Political Controversies
  9. (7.9 ) The Great Depression
  10. (7.10 ) The New Deal
  11. (7.11) Interwar Foreign Policy
  12. (7.12 ) World War II: Mobilization
  13. (7.13 ) World War II: Military
  14. (7.14) Postwar Diplomacy
  15. (7.15 ) Comparison in Period 7
  1. (8.1 ) Contextualizing Period 8
  2. (8.2 ) The Cold War from 1945 to 1980
  3. (8.3 ) The Red Scare
  4. (8.4 ) Economy After 1945
  5. (8.5 ) Culture after 1945
  6. (8.6 ) Early Steps in the Civil Rights Movement (1940s and 1950s)
  7. (8.7) America as a World Power
  8. (8.8 ) The Vietnam War
  9. (8.9 ) The Great Society
  10. (8.10 ) The African American Civil Rights Movement (1960s)
  11. (8.11) The Civil Rights Movement Expands
  12. (8.12 ) Youth Culture of the 1960s
  13. (8.13 ) The Environment and Natural Resources from 1968 to 1980
  14. (8.14 ) Society in Transition
  15. (8.15) Continuity and Change in Period 8
  1. (9.1) Contextualizing Period 9
  2. (9.2 ) Reagan and Conservatism
  3. (9.3 ) The End of the Cold War
  4. (9.4 ) A Changing Economy
  5. (9.5 ) Migration and Immigration in the 1990s and 2000s
  6. (9.6 ) Challenges of the 21st Century
  7. (9.7 ) Causation in Period 9

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