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Medidas de Capacitación Estudios Sociales Nivel 08

Estudios Sociales Nivel 08 Vocabulario


Contents

Historia

Tópico de Medida: SS.08.811 Formula hipótesis apropiadas sobre la historia de Estados Unidos basado en una variedad de fuentes y perspectivas históricas Capacity Matrix SS.08.811

SS.08.811.01.03 Usa e interpreta documentos y otras fuentes primarias y secundarias relacionadas con la historia de los Estados Unidos desde múltiples perspectivas. (CAS: 8.1.1.a)

SS.08.811.02.03 Analiza evidencia de múltiples fuentes incluyendo los que tienen relatos conflictivos sobre eventos específicos en la historia de los Estados Unidos. (CAS: 8.1.1.b)

SS.08.811.03.03 Critica datos desde un punto de vista, contexto histórico, distorsión o propaganda, e importancia para cuestionamientos históricos. (CAS: 8.1.1.c)

SS.08.811.04.03 Construye un argumento histórico escrito sobre el uso y entendimiento de fuentes primarias y secundarias. (CAS: 8.1.1.d)

Tópico de Medida: SS.08.812 Las épocas históricas, los grupos, individuos, ideas y temas desde los orígenes de la Revolución Americana hasta la Reconstrucción, y sus relaciones con otras Capacity Matrix SS.08.812

SS.08.812.01.03 Determina y explica el contexto histórico de las personas y eventos claves desde los orígenes de la Revolución Americana, hasta la Reconstrucción incluyendo el análisis diferentes perspectivas. (CAS: 8.1.2.a)

SS.08.812.02.03 Evalúa la continuidad y cambio a través de la historia de los Estados Unidos examinando varias épocas y determinando las mayores fuentes de conflictos y compromisos. (CAS: 8.1.2.b)

SS.08.812.03.03 Examina factores que motivaron la expansión militar y económica desde la Revolución Americana hasta la Reconstrucción. (CAS: 8.1.2.c)

SS.08.812.04.03 Evalúa el impacto de diferentes factores - sobre el tema incluyendo pero sin limitarse género, edad, étnia y clase - en grupos e individuos durante ese periodo y el impacto de estos grupos e individuos en los eventos de ese periodo. (CAS: 8.1.2.d)

SS.08.812.05.03 Analiza las causas y efectos de los conflictos mayores desde los orígenes de la Revolución Americana hasta la Reconstrucción. (CAS: 8.1.2.e)

SS.08.812.06.03 Analiza ideas que son críticas para entender la historia americana y da ejemplos de los ideales involucrados en los eventos y movimientos principales. Temas incluyen pero sin limitarse a la democracia representativa, federalismo, capitalismo, abolición, moderación, nativismo, y expansionismo. (CAS: 8.1.2.f)

Geography

Tópico de Medida: SS.08.821 Use geographic tools to analyze patterns in human and physical systems Capacity Matrix SS.08.821

SS.08.821.01.03 Interpret maps and other geographic tools as a primary source to analyze a historic issue. (CAS: 8.2.1.a)

SS.08.821.02.03 Describe the nature and spatial distribution of cultural patterns. (CAS: 8.2.1.b)

SS.08.821.03.03 Recognize the patterns and networks of economic interdependence. (CAS: 8.2.1.c)

SS.08.821.04.03 Explain the establishment of human settlements in relationship to physical attributes and important regional connections. (CAS: 8.2.1.d)

SS.08.821.05.03 Calculate and analyze population trends. (CAS: 8.2.1.e)

Tópico de Medida: SS.08.822 Conflict and cooperation occur over space and resources Capacity Matrix SS.08.822

SS.08.822.01.03 Analyze how economic, political, cultural, and social processes interact to shape patterns of human population, interdependence, cooperation and conflict. (CAS: 8.2.2.a)

SS.08.822.02.03 Compare how differing geographic perspectives apply to a historic issue. (CAS: 8.2.2.b)

SS.08.822.03.03 Interpret from a geographic perspective the expansion of the United States by addressing issues of land, security, and sovereignty. (CAS: 8.2.2.c)

Economics

Tópico de Medida: SS.08.831 Economic freedom, including free trade, is important for economic growth Capacity Matrix SS.08.831

SS.08.831.01.03 Give examples of international differences in resources, productivity, and prices that provide a basis for international trade. (CAS: 8.3.1.a)

SS.08.831.02.03 Describe the factors that lead to a nation having a comparative and absolute advantage in trade. (CAS: 8.3.1.b)

SS.08.831.03.03 Explain effects of domestic policies on international trade. (CAS: 8.3.1.c)

SS.08.831.04.03 Explain why nations often restrict trade by using quotas, tariffs, and non-tariff barriers. (CAS: 8.3.1.d)

Tópico de Medida: SS.08.832 Manage personal credit and debt (PFL) Capacity Matrix SS.08.832

SS.08.832.01.03 Identify and differentiate between purposes and reasons for debt. (CAS: 8.3.2.a)

SS.08.832.02.03 Analyze benefits and costs of credit and debt. (CAS: 8.3.2.b)

SS.08.832.03.03 Compare sources of credit. (CAS: 8.3.2.c)

SS.08.832.04.03 Describe the components of a credit history. (CAS: 8.3.2.d)

Civics

Tópico de Medida: SS.08.841 Analyze elements of continuity and change in the United States government and the role of citizens over time Capacity Matrix SS.08.841

SS.08.841.01.03 Describe instances in which major political, social, economic, or cultural changes occurred and the reasons for the changes. (CAS: 8.4.1.a)

SS.08.841.02.03 Analyze the changing definition of citizenship and give examples of the expansion of rights. (CAS: 8.4.1.b)

SS.08.841.03.03 Describe examples of citizens and groups who have influenced change in United States government and politics. (CAS: 8.4.1.c)

SS.08.841.04.03 Evaluate the result of various strategies for political change over time. (CAS: 8.4.1.d)

SS.08.841.05.03 Analyze primary sources supporting democratic freedoms and the founding of our government. Documents to include but no limited to the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, Bill of Rights, and explain how they provide for both continuity and change. (CAS: 8.4.1.e)

SS.08.841.06.03 Examine ways citizens may effectively voice opinions, monitor government, and bring about change nationally. (CAS: 8.4.1.f)

Tópico de Medida: SS.08.842 The place of law in a constitutional system Capacity Matrix SS.08.842

SS.08.842.01.03 Discern various types of law. (CAS: 8.4.2.a)

SS.08.842.02.03 Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of rule of law. (CAS: 8.4.2.b)

SS.08.842.03.03 Describe and engage in various means of conflict management. (CAS: 8.4.2.c)

SS.08.842.04.03 Explain the role and importance of the Constitution. (CAS: 8.4.2.d)

SS.08.842.05.03 Discuss the tensions between individual rights, state law, and national law. (CAS: 8.4.2.e)

SS.08.842.06.03 Explain how state and federal court power of judicial review is reflected in the United States form of constitutional government. (CAS: 8.4.2.f)

SS.08.842.07.03 Use a variety of resources to identify and evaluate issues that involve civic responsibility, individual rights, and the common good. (CAS: 8.4.2.g)


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