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Michigan Social Studies Standards as of June 2019.

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HS-WHG4.1.1

Growth and Interactions of World Religions – analyze the significance of the growth of and interactions between world religions.

HS-WHG4.1.2

Intensifying Trade Networks and Contacts – compare and contrast the development, interdependence, specialization, and importance of interregional land-based and sea-based trading systems both within and between societies.

HS-WHG4.2.1

Growth of Islam and Dar al-Islam (a country, territory, land, or abode where Muslim sovereignty prevails) - explain the significance of Islam in an interconnected Afro-Eurasia.

HS-WHG4.2.2

Unification of Eurasia under the Mongols – analyze the significance of Mongol rule in Afro-Eurasia and the impact of the Mongol Empire's disintegration.

HS-WHG4.2.3

Spheres of Interaction and Influence in the Americas – compare and contrast the diverse characteristics and interactions of peoples in the Americas.

HS-WHG5.2.1

Cultural Encounters and the Columbian Exchange – explain the demographic, environmental, and political consequences of European oceanic travel and conquest.

HS-WHG5.2.2

The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade – analyze the causes and development of the Atlantic trade system with respect to the capture and sale of Africans, the creation of the gun-slave cycle, the Middle Passage, and forced migration of Africans to the Americas, the establishment of the plantation complex, and the rise of slave resistance in the New World.

HS-WHG5.2.3

Afro-Eurasian Empires – compare and contrast the different ways governments expanded or centralized control across various parts of Afro-Eurasia, and analyze the consequences of these changes.

HS-WHG6.1.1

Global Revolutions – explain the characteristics, extent, and impact of the global revolutions, including but not limited to changes in economic and political systems, and shifts in relative political and military power.

HS-WHG6.1.2

Worldwide Migrations and Population Changes – analyze the causes and consequences of shifts in world population and major patterns of long-distance migrations, including the impact of industrialism, imperialisn, changing diets, and scientific advances.


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