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        • Conceptual Understanding - SS.8.4.a:
          European militarism, the alliance system, imperialism, and nationalism were all factors that contributed to the start of World War I.
          • Content Specification - SS.8.4.b.1:
            Students will examine an overview of the causes of World War I, focusing on the factors leading to United States entry into the war.
          • Content Specification - SS.8.4.b.2:
            Students will examine examples of war propaganda and its impact on support for United States involvement in the war.
          • Content Specification - SS.8.4.b.3:
            Students will examine the restrictions placed on citizens after United States entry into the war including the Espionage Act (1917) and the Sedition Act (1918).
          • Content Specification - SS.8.4.c.1:
            Students will examine impacts of the changes in military technologies used during World War I including trench warfare, chemical weapons, machine guns, and aircraft.
          • Content Specification - SS.8.4.d.1:
            Students will examine Wilson’s Fourteen Points and investigate reasons why the United States Senate refused to support the Treaty of Versailles, focusing on opposition to the League of Nations.
          • Content Specification - SS.8.4.e.1:
            Students will investigate the efforts of women suffragists and explain the historical significance of the 19th amendment.
          • Content Specification - SS.8.4.e.2:
            Students will examine the reasons for and impact of prohibition on American society.
          • Content Specification - SS.8.4.e.3:
            Students will examine examples of World War I and postwar race relations such as the East St. Louis riots, the Silent March, and the Tulsa riots.
          • Content Specification - SS.8.4.e.4:
            Students will explore the changes in American culture after World War I, including an examination of the Harlem Renaissance and other changes in New York City.
  • Standard Area - TECH: Learning Standards for Technology
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