Chapter 6Introduction


Chapter 6Readings


Chapter 6Primary Sources & Artifacts

Primary Sources & Artifacts

Chapter 6Activities 11

Activities 11

Chapter 6Activities 12

Activities 12

Chapter 6Additional Resources

Additional Resources

Chapter 6Conclusion


Chapter 6Next Chapter

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Chapter 6: Government, Education, and Reform (1939-1990)

Posted in Chapter 6: Government, Education, and Reform (1939-1990)

Recommended Grade Level: HS

Standards Alignment:

HS Ohio Social Studies Content Statements: History 1, 2, 3, 4, 12; Government - 5, 6, 7, 8, 14, 17

HS Indiana Social Studies Content Standards: USH.1.2, USH.2.6, USH.7.4, USH.8.5, USH.9.1, USH.9.2, USH.9.5USG.1.8, USG.1.9, USG.1.11, USG.3.1-13

HS Oklahoma Social Studies Content Standards: USGov2.4, USGov2.5, USGov3.3, USGov3.4, USGov3.5, USGov4, OkHistGov.CS2.4, OkHistGov.CS2.6, OkHistGov.CS2.7, OkHistGov.CS4.1, OkHistGov. CS5.5, OkHistGov5.9, Soc2, USHist.CS1.2.B, USHist.CS3.1.E, USHist.CS5.5.C

HS ELA Common Core Literacy Standard: RH.9-10.1, RH.9-10.2, RH.9-10.3, RH.9-10.4, RH.9-10.6, RH.9-10.9, WHST.9-10.1,WHST.9-10.2, WHST.9-10.4, WHST.9-10.5, WHST.9-10.6, WHST.9-10.7, WHST.9-10.8, WHST.9-10.9

Essential Questions:

How can citizens affect government policy?

How has the American government's attitude toward American Indians changed over time?

How does a Constitution function as a government document?

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