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United States History 
 Standard 10.Understands how the industrial revolution, increasing immigration, the rapid expansion of slavery, and the westward movement changed American lives and led to regional tensions
  
Topics1. Urban growth and development; 2. Popular culture; 3. Social, political, and economic characteristics of society; 4. Role of women
   Level II (Grade 5-6)
  Benchmark 3.Understands social and economic elements of urban and rural life in the early and mid-19th centuries (e.g., the impact of the factory system on gender roles and the daily life of men, women, and children; factors that caused rapid urbanization; city life in the 1840s; differences in urban and rural childrens’ lives, life in New England mill towns in the early 1800s, the impact of the canal and railroad on the locations and size of cities after 1820)
   Vocabulary terms
A.  urban living (early-mid 19th century)
B.  rural living (early-mid 19th century)
  Knowledge/skill statements
  1. Understands the social elements of urban life in the early and mid-19th century   
  2. Understands the social elements of rural life in the early and mid-19th century   
  3. Understands the economic elements of urban life in the early and mid-19th century   
  4. Understands the economic elements of rural life in the early and mid-19th century   
  5. Understands the impact of the factory system on gender roles   
  6. Understands the impact of the factory system on the daily life of men   
  7. Understands the impact of the factory system on the daily life of women   
  8. Understands the impact of the factory system on the daily life of children   
  9. Understands the factors that caused rapid urbanization in the early and mid-19th century  A   
  10. Understands city life in the 1840’s   
  11. Understands differences in urban and rural childrens’ lives in the early and mid-19th century   
  12. Understands life in New England mill towns in the early 1800’s  A   
  13. Understands the impact of the canal on the locations of cities after 1820   
  14. Understands the impact of the canal on the size of cities after 1820   
  15. Understands the impact of the railroad on the locations of cities after 1820   
  16. Understands the impact of the railroad on the size of cities after 1820   


 A  = Assessment items available

Citation Log: BD(BE,94;​AE,102,104;​LE,91;​LI,87,90;​NI,20)
Citation reference
BD = benchmark, declarative
BP = benchmark, procedural
BC = benchmark, contextual

1st letter/number of each code in parentheses:
A   NCHS: U.S. History, Expanded Edition
B   NCHS: Basic Edition
L   Lessons from History
N   NAEP: Framework 2006

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

Number:
Page number of the cited document