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World History 
 Standard 43.Understands how post-World War II reconstruction occurred, new international power relations took shape, and colonial empires broke up
  
Topics1. End of European colonial rule in Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean; 2. Colonies and colonial systems ; 3. Rise of social, political, and economic revolutions
   Level III (Grade 7-8)
  Benchmark 4.Understands nationalist movements and other attempts by colonial countries to achieve independence after World War II (e.g., the impact of Indian nationalism on other movements in Africa and Asia, and reasons for the division of the subcontinent; how World War II and postwar global politics affected the mass nationalist movements in colonial Africa and Southeast Asia; factors that enabled some African and Asian countries to achieve independence through constitutional devolution of power, while others used armed revolution; the methods used by Indians to achieve independence from British rule and the effects of Mohandas Gandhi's call for nonviolent action)
   Vocabulary terms
A.  nationalist movements (post-World War II)
B.  independence movements (post-World War II)
  Knowledge/skill statements
  1. Understands the impact of Indian nationalism on other movements in Africa and Asia, and reasons for the division of the subcontinent   
  2. Understands how World War II and postwar global politics affected the mass nationalist movements in colonial Africa   
  3. Understands how World War II and postwar global politics affected the mass nationalist movements in colonial Southeast Asia   
  4. Knows factors that enabled some African and Asian countries to achieve independence through constitutional devolution of power, while others used armed revolution   
  5. Knows the methods used by Indians to achieve independence from British rule   
  6. Knows the effects of Mohandas Gandhi’s call for nonviolent action   


Citation Log: BD(BE,209;​C;​WE,272;​LI,308,309)
Citation reference
BD = benchmark, declarative
BP = benchmark, procedural
BC = benchmark, contextual

1st letter/number of each code in parentheses:
B   NCHS: Basic Edition
L   Lessons from History
W   NCHS: World History, expanded edition

2nd letter code :
E = Explicitly stated in document
I = Implicit in document

Number:
Page number of the cited document