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US.12(A) analyze the impact of
physical and human geographic
factors on the settlement of the
Great Plains, the, the Klondike
Gold Rush, the Panama Canal, the
Dust Bowl and the levee failure in
New Orleans after Hurricane
Katrina.
GEOGRAPHY
US.19(B) explain constitutional
issues raised by federal
government policy changes
during times of significant
events, including World War I,
the Great Depression, World
War II, the 1960s and 9/11
GOVERNMENT
US.26(A) explain the actions
taken by people to expand
economic opportunities and
political rights, including those
for racial, ethnic, and religious
minorities as well as women,
in American Society
CULTURE
US.1(A) analyze and evaluate
the text, intent, meaning and
importance of the Decl. of
Indep., and the U.S. Constitution,
including the Bill of Rights and
identify the full text of the first 3
paragraphs of the Decl. of Indep.
GOVERNMENT
US.1(B) analyze and evaluate the
application of these founding
principles to historical events in
U.S. history (Decl. of Indep,
Constitution, and Bill of Rights)
GOVERNMENT
US.12(B) identify and explain
reasons for changes in
political boundaries such as
those resulting from
statehood and international
conflicts
GEOGRAPHY
US.19(E) evaluate the pros
and cons of U.S. participation
in international organizations
and treaties
GOVERNMENT
US.27(B) explain how specific
needs result in scientific
discoveries and technological
innovations in agriculture, the
military, and medicine,
including vaccines
TECHNOLOGY
US.2(B) identify the major
eras in U.S. history from 1877
to the present and describe
their defining characteristics
HISTORY
US.13(A) analyze the causes and
effects of changing demographic
patterns resulting from migration
within the United States, including
western expansion, rural to urban,
the Great Migration, and the Rust
Belt to the Sun Belt
GEOGRAPHY
US.13(B) analyze the causes
and effects of changing
demographic patterns
resulting from legal and illegal
immigration to the United
States
GEOGRAPHY
US.14(A) identify the effects
of population growth and
distribution on the physical
environment
GEOGRAPHY
US.23(A) identify and analyze
methods of expanding the right
to participate in the democratic
process, including lobbying, nonviolent protesting, litigation, and
amendments to the U.S.
Constitution
GOVERNMENT/CITIZE
NSHIP
US.26(C) explain how the
contributions of people of
various racial, ethnic, gender,
and religious groups shape
American culture
CULTURE
US.27(A) explain the effects of
scientific discoveries and
technological innovations such as
electric power, telephone and
satellite communications,
petroleum-based products, steel
production, and computers on the
economic development of the
United States
TECHNOLOGY
US.28(A) analyze how scientific
discoveries, technological
innovations, and the application of
these by the free enterprise system,
including those in transportation and
communication, improve the standard
of living in the United States
TECHNOLOGY
th
8
Grade Spiral
TEKS
8.1(A) identify the major eras and events in
U.S. history through 1877, including
colonization, revolution, drafting of the
Declaration of Independence, creation and
ratification of the Constitution, religious
revivals such as the Second Great Awakening,
early republic, the Age of Jackson, westward
expansion, reform movements, sectionalism,
Civil War, and Reconstruction, and describe
their causes and effects
HISTORY
8.10(B) compare places and
regions of the United States in
terms of physical and human
characteristics
GEOGRAPHY
8.10(C) analyze the effects of
physical and human
geographic factors on major
historical and contemporary
events in the United States
GEOGRAPHY
8.11(A) analyze how physical
characteristics of the environment
influenced population distribution,
settlement patterns, and economic
activities in the United States
during the 17th, 18th, and 19th
centuries
GEOGRAPHY
8.12(D) analyze the causes
and effects of economic
differences among different
regions of the United States at
selected times in U.S. history
ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY
8.15(D) analyze how the U.S.
Constitution reflects the
principles of limited government,
republicanism, checks and
balances, federalism, separation
of powers, popular sovereignty,
and individual rights
GOVERNMENT
8.27(B) analyze the impact of
transportation and
communication systems on
the growth, development, and
urbanization of the United
States
TECHNOLOGY
8.28(A) compare the effects
of scientific discoveries and
technological innovations that
have influenced daily life in
different periods in U.S.
history
TECHNOLOGY
8.27(B) analyze the impact of
transportation and
communication systems on the
growth, development and
urbanization of the United States
TECHNOLOGY
8.21(A) identify different points
of view of political parties and
interest groups on important
historical (and contemporary)
issues
CITIZENSHIP/GOVERN
MENT
8.21(C) summarize a
historical event in which
compromise resulted in a
peaceful resolution
CITIZENSHIP/GOVERN
MENT
8.23(C) identify ways conflicts
between people from various
racial, ethnic, and religious
groups were resolved
CULTURE
8.23(D) analyze the contributions
of people of various racial, ethnic,
and religious groups to our
national identity
CULTURE
8.23(E) identify the political,
social and economic
contributions of women to
American society
CULTURE
8.28(A) compare the effects
of scientific discoveries and
technological innovations that
have influenced daily life in
different periods in U.S.
history
TECHNOLOGY