Social Studies Standards


Michigan Social Studies Standards as of June 2019.

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8-U5.3.3

Describe the new role of African-Americans in local, state, and federal government in the years after the Civil War and the national and regional resistance to this change, including the Ku Klux Klan.

8-U5.3.4

Analyze the intent and the effect of the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments to the Constitution.

8-U5.3.5

Explain the decision to remove Union troops from the South in 1877 and investigate its impact on Americans.

8-U6.1.1

America at Century’s End – compare and contrast the United States in 1800 with the United States in 1898, focusing on similarities and differences in: • territory. • population. • systems of transportation. • governmental policies promoting economic development. • economic change. • the treatment of African-Americans. • the policies toward Indigenous Peoples.

8-U6.2.1

U.S. History Investigation Topic and Issue Analysis, Past and Present - use historical perspectives to analyze issues in the United States from the past and the present; conduct research on a historical issue or topic, identify a connection to a contemporary issue, and present findings (e.g., oral, visual, video, or electronic presentation, persuasive essay, or research paper); include causes and consequences of the historical action and predict possible consequences of the contemporary action.


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