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  • Performance Tasks 216
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Test Standards

  1. (11.1a) First Contact
  2. (11.1b) Colonial Regions
  3. (11.1c) America's Political Heritage
  1. (11.2a ) Causes of the American Revolution
  2. (11.2b.1 ) The Declaration of Independence
  3. (11.2b.2 ) Impact of the Revolution
  4. (11.2c.1) The Articles of Confederation
  5. (11.2c.2 ) The Constitution's Structure
  6. (11.2c.3 ) Federalists & Anti-Federalists
  7. (11.2c.4 ) The Bill of Rights
  8. (11.2d.1 ) Washington's Presidency
  9. (11.2d.2 ) Political Parties Emerge
  10. (11.2d.2 ) Election of 1800
  11. (11.2d.4 ) Early Supreme Court Rulings
  1. (11.3a.1 ) The U.S. Expands
  2. (11.3a.2 ) The First Industrial Revolution
  3. (11.3a.3 ) Jacksonian Democracy
  4. (11.3b.1 ) Nullification & States Rights
  5. (11.3b.2 ) Abolitionist Movement
  6. (11.3b.3 ) The Early Women's Rights Movement
  7. (11.3b.4 ) Moving Towards Civil War
  8. (11.3c.1 ) The Civil War Begins
  9. (11.3c.2 ) The Civil War Era
  1. (11.4a.1) The Civil War Amendments
  2. (11.4a.2 ) The Reconstruction Era
  3. (11.4a.3 ) Reconstruction Ends
  4. (11.4b ) Women's Rights Struggle Continues
  5. (11.4c ) Manifest Destiny & its Impact
  6. (11.4d.1 ) The Post-War Southwest
  7. (11.4d.2 ) Anti-Chinese Sentiment
  1. (11.5a.1 ) The Second Industrial Revolution
  2. (11.5a.2 ) Regulating Industry
  3. (11.5b.1 ) Urbanization & Immigration
  4. (11.5b.2 ) The Populists
  5. (11.5b.3 ) Early Union Activity
  6. (11.5b.4 ) The Progressive Movement
  1. (11.6a.1) Imperialism & the Spanish American War
  2. (11.6a.2 ) The Roosevelt Corollary
  3. (11.6b.1 ) The U.S. Enters the Great War
  4. (11.6b.2 ) Ending World War I
  5. (11.6c.1 ) World War I: Home Front
  6. (11.6c.2 ) The Great Migration
  7. (11.6c.3 ) The First Red Scare
  1. (11.7a.1 ) The Roaring '20s
  2. (11.7a.2 ) A More Conservative Nation
  3. (11.7b ) The Harlem Renaissance
  4. (11.7c.1 ) Causes of the Great Depression
  5. (11.7c.2) Hoover vs. FDR
  6. (11.7c.3) The Dust Bowl
  7. (11.7c.4 ) The New Deal
  1. (11.8a.1 ) World War II: Neutrality
  2. (11.8a.2 ) The U.S. in World War II
  3. (11.8b.1 ) World War II: Homefront
  4. (11.8b.2 ) World War II: Internment
  5. (11.8c ) The U.S. & the Holocaust
  1. (11.9a.1 ) The Cold War Begins
  2. (11.9a.2 ) The Second Red Scare
  3. (11.9a.3 ) The Korean War
  4. (11.9a.4 ) The Vietnam War
  5. (11.9a.5 ) A Crisis of Confidence
  6. (11.9b.1) Space Race & Nuclear Arms Race
  7. (11.9b.2 ) Cuban Missile Crisis & its Impact
  8. (11.9b.3 ) Detente
  9. (11.9c ) The U.S. & Israel
  10. (11.9d ) The End of the Cold War
  1. (11.10a.1) The Civil Rights Movement: Leaders
  2. (11.10a.2 ) The Civil Rights Movement: Government Action
  3. (11.10a.3 ) The Civil Rights Movement: Protests
  4. (11.10b.1 ) The Feminist Movement
  5. (11.10b.2) More Civil Rights Movements
  6. (11.10b.3) Governmental Action
  7. (11.10c.1 ) Presidential Philosophies
  8. (11.10c.2 ) Entitlements
  1. (11.11a.1 ) The Persian Gulf War
  2. (11.11a.1 ) Human Rights Issues
  3. (11.11b ) September 11 & its Impact
  4. (11.11c ) Globalization

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