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Topic: Industrialization 

World History

 Standard 33.  Understands the causes and consequences of the agricultural and industrial revolutions from 1700 to 1850
  Level II (Grade 5-6)
   Benchmark 1.Understands the emergence and impact of industrialism in 18th-century England (e.g., the effects of the agricultural revolution on population growth, industrialization, and patterns of land-holding; major characteristics of industrialization; how the industrial revolution affected population shifts; how the industrial revolution in the textile industry changed the way people worked; how figures such as John Kay, James Hargreaves, James Watt, Edmund Cartwright, and Richard Arkwright contributed to industrialization in England)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands the emergence of industrialism in 18th century England
     2.Understands the impact of industrialism in 18th century England
     3.Understands the effects of the agricultural revolution on population growth, industrialization, and patterns of land holding
     4.Knows major characteristics of industrialization
     5.Understands how the industrial revolution affected population shifts
     6.Understands how the industrial revolution in the textile industry changed the way people worked
     7.Understands how figures such as John Kay, James Hargreaves, James Watt, Edmund Cartwright, and Richard Arkwright contributed to industrialization in England
   Benchmark 2.Understands the impact of the industrial revolution in Europe and the Atlantic Basin (e.g., connections between population growth, industrialization, and urbanization; the quality of life in early 19-century cities; the effects of urbanization on the development of class distinctions, family life, and the daily working lives of men, women, and children; advances made in communication and transportation; effects upon the political and economic status of women)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands connections between population growth, industrialization, and urbanization
     2.Understands the quality of life in early 19 century cities
     3.Understands the effects of urbanization on the development of class distinctions
     4.Understands the effects of urbanization on family life
     5.Understands the effects of urbanization on the daily working lives of men, women, and children
     6.Knows advances made in communication and transportation during the industrial revolution
     7.Understands the effects of the industrial revolution upon the political and economic status of women
  Level III (Grade 7-8)
   Benchmark 1.Understands why industrialization flourished in Britain (e.g., Britain's commercial connections with foreign markets in the early industrial revolution; Britain's unique combination of geography, location, natural resources, economy, technology, and political tendencies)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Knows Britain’s commercial connections with foreign markets in the early industrial revolution
     2.Understands how Britain’s unique combination of geography, location, natural resources, economy, technology, and political tendencies contributed to early industrialization
   Benchmark 2.Understands the effect of the industrial revolution on social and political conditions in various regions (e.g., connections between industrialization, labor unions, and movements for political and social reform in England, Western Europe, and the United States; the pace and extent of industrialization in Great Britain and the United States in the latter half of the 19th century; Robert Owen's New Lanark System and its role in dealing with societal problems caused by the industrial revolution; changes affected by the "Great Reform" bill of 1832, and how it addressed problems of the industrial revolution)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands the effect of the industrial revolution on social conditions in various regions
     2.Understands the effect of the industrial revolution on political conditions in various regions
     3.Understands connections between industrialization, labor unions, and movements for political and social reform in England
     4.Understands connections between industrialization, labor unions, and movements for political and social reform in Western Europe
     5.Understands connections between industrialization, labor unions, and movements for political and social reform in the United States
     6.Knows the pace and extent of industrialization in Great Britain in the latter half of the 19th century
     7.Knows the pace and extent of industrialization in the United States in the latter half of the 19th century
     8.Understands Robert Owen’s New Lanark System and its role in dealing with societal problems caused by the industrial revolution
     9.Knows changes affected by the "Great Reform" bill of 1832, and how it addressed problems of the industrial revolution
   Benchmark 5.Understands the impact of new technology that emerged during the industrial revolution (e.g., technological innovations that propelled the textile industry to the forefront of the industrial revolution; the roles of interchangeable parts and mass production in the industrial revolution)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Knows technological innovations that propelled the textile industry to the forefront of the industrial revolution
     2.Knows the roles of interchangeable parts and mass production in the industrial revolution
   Benchmark 6.Knows new patterns in world manufacturing production that developed among the nations of Great Britain, United States, Germany, France, Russia, and Italy between 1800 and 1900
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Knows the distribution of world manufacturing production between 1800 and 1900
     2.Knows how the distribution of world manufacturing production changed between 1800 and 1900
  Level IV (Grade 9-12)
   Benchmark 1.Understands the effect of economic conditions and theories on the development of industrialization (e.g., the relationship between the expanding global market of the 16th to 18th century and the development of industrialization, the effect of new economic theories on industrial policies and practices)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands the relationship between the expanding global market of the16th to18th century and the development of industrialization
     2.Understands the effect of new economic theories on industrial policies and practices
   Benchmark 2.Understands how industrialization shaped social class and labor organizations (e.g., connections between industrialization and the rise of new types of labor organizations and mobilization; what 19th-century literature reveals about the emergence and conditions of new social classes during the industrial period; conditions for children employed by 19th-century England before and after major legislation passed in 1833, 1842, and 1847; the wide variety of organizations created by working-class peoples in England, Western Europe, and the United States in response to the conditions of industrial labor)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands how industrialization shaped social class
     2.Understands how industrialization shaped labor organizations
     3.Understands connections between industrialization and the rise of new types of labor organizations and mobilization
     4.Knows what 19th century literature reveals about the emergence and conditions of new social classes during the industrial period
     5.Knows conditions for children employed by 19th century England before and after major legislation passed in 1833, 1842, and 1847
     6.Knows the wide variety of organizations created by working class peoples in England, Western Europe, and the United States in response to the conditions of industrial labor
   Benchmark 4.Understands the realities and romanticized visions of pre-industrial England (e.g., as reflected in the paintings of Constable and Turner)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands the realities of pre industrial England
     2.Understands the romanticized visions of pre industrial England (e.g., as reflected in the paintings of Constable and Turner)
   Benchmark 5.Understands the relationship between improvements in agriculture, population increase, the rise of the textile industry, the enclosure movement, urbanization, and industrialization in 18th century England
   Benchmark 7.Understands how and why industrialization developed differently in Britain than it did on the continent
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands how industrialization developed differently in Britain than it did on the continent
     2.Understands why industrialization developed differently in Britain than it did on the continent
 Standard 35.  Understands patterns of nationalism, state-building, and social reform in Europe and the Americas from 1830 to 1914
  Level III (Grade 7-8)
   Benchmark 3.Understands social change and the emergence of new social class culture in 19th-century Europe (e.g., the elements of the distinctive middle-class and working class culture that developed in industrial Europe; how the average standard of living changed in Europe in the 19th century and the factors that accounted for this change; broad-ranging benefits and disadvantages of attending school for children from peasant, middle class, craft, and urban factory-working families)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands the elements of the distinctive middle class and working class culture that developed in industrial Europe
     2.Understands how the average standard of living changed in Europe in the 19th century and the factors that accounted for this change
     3.Understands broad ranging benefits of attending school for children from peasant, middle class, craft, and urban factory working families
     4.Understands broad ranging disadvantages of attending school for children from peasant, middle class, craft, and urban factory working families
  Level IV (Grade 9-12)
   Benchmark 3.Understands factors that led to social and political change in 19th-century Europe (e.g., the interconnections between labor movements, various forms of socialism, and political or social changes in Europe; the influence of industrialization, democratization, and nationalism on popular 19th-century reform movements; the extent to which Britain, France, and Italy become broadly liberal and democratic societies in the 19th century; the broad beneficial and detrimental effects of the industrial revolution on specific European countries)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands factors that led to social change in 19th century Europe
     2.Understands factors that led to political change in 19th century Europe
     3.Understands the interconnections between labor movements, various forms of socialism, and political or social changes in Europe
     4.Understands the influence of industrialization, democratization, and nationalism on popular 19th century reform movements
     5.Understands the extent to which Britain became a broadly liberal and democratic society in the 19th century
     6.Understands the extent to which France became a broadly liberal and democratic society in the 19th century
     7.Understands the extent to which Italy became a broadly liberal and democratic society in the 19th century
     8.Understands the broad beneficial and detrimental effects of the industrial revolution on specific European countries
   Benchmark 5.Understands the status of education in 19th-century Europe (e.g., how expanded educational opportunities and literacy contributed to changes in European society and cultural life, what countries enacted compulsory education by the end of the 19th century, how school attendance figures were affected by the industrial age)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands how expanded educational opportunities and literacy contributed to changes in 19th century European society and cultural life
     2.Knows which countries enacted compulsory education by the end of the 19th century
     3.Knows how school attendance figures were affected by the industrial age
 Standard 36.  Understands patterns of global change in the era of Western military and economic dominance from 1800 to 1914
  Level II (Grade 5-6)
   Benchmark 4.Understands political and economic changes in Japanese society in the 19th and 20th centuries (e.g., Japan's rapid industrialization, technological advancement, and national integration in the late 19th and 20th centuries; the death of the Meiji emperor in 1912 and the main achievements of Meiji Japan)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands political changes in Japanese society in the 19th and 20th centuries
     2.Understands economic changes in Japanese society in the 19th and 20th centuries
     3.Understands Japan’s rapid industrialization in the late 19th and 20th centuries
     4.Understands Japan’s technological advancement in the late 19th and 20th centuries
     5.Understands Japan’s national integration in the late 19th and 20th centuries
     6.Understands the effects of the death of the Meiji emperor in 1912
     7.Knows the main achievements of Meiji Japan
  Level III (Grade 7-8)
   Benchmark 1.Understands major developments in science and the industrial economy (e.g., the social significance of the work of scientists, including Maxwell, Darwin, and Pasteur; how new forms of generative power contributed to Europe's "second industrial revolution;" the role of the state in different countries in directing or encouraging industrialization; the social, economic, and cultural impact of the railroad)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands major developments in science in the 19th century
     2.Understands major developments in the industrial economy in the 19th century
     3.Understands the social significance of the work of 19th century scientists, including Maxwell, Darwin, and Pasteur
     4.Knows how new forms of generative power contributed to Europe’s "second industrial revolution
     5.Knows the role of the state in different countries in directing or encouraging industrialization in the 19th century
     6.Understands the social, economic, and cultural impact of the railroad
 Standard 37.  Understand major global trends from 1750 to 1914
  Level II (Grade 5-6)
   Benchmark 1.Understands major shifts in world population and urbanization in this era and how factors such as industrialization, migration, changing diets, and scientific and medical advances affected worldwide demographic trends (e.g., the changes large cities around the world went through during this period, such as Guangzhou [Canton], Cairo, Tokyo, Buenos Aires, Bombay, San Francisco, and London)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands major shifts in world population in the era from 1750 to 1914
     2.Understands major shifts in urbanization in the era from 1750 to 1914
     3.Understands how industrialization affected worldwide demographic trends
     4.Understands how migration affected worldwide demographic trends
     5.Understands how changing diets affected worldwide demographic trends
     6.Understands how scientific and medical advances affected worldwide demographic trends
     7.Understands the changes large cities around the world went through during the period from 1750 to 1914, such as Guangzhou (Canton), Cairo, Tokyo, Buenos Aires, Bombay, San Francisco, and London
  Level III (Grade 7-8)
   Benchmark 1.Understands industrialization and its social impact in Great Britain, France, Germany, the United States, Russia, Japan, and other countries (e.g., conditions for rural families, the roles of women and children, the daily lives of working class men and women)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands industrialization and its social impact in Great Britain
     2.Understands industrialization and its social impact in France
     3.Understands industrialization and its social impact in Germany
     4.Understands industrialization and its social impact in the United States
     5.Understands industrialization and its social impact in Russia
     6.Understands industrialization and its social impact in Japan
     7.Understands the impact of industrialization on conditions for rural families in different countries
     8.Understands the impact of industrialization on the roles of women and children in different countries
     9.Understands the impact of industrialization on the daily lives of working class men and women
 Standard 38.  Understands reform, revolution, and social change in the world economy of the early 20th century
  Level III (Grade 7-8)
   Benchmark 1.Understands the industrial power of Great Britain, France, Germany, Japan, and the United States in the early 20th century (e.g., how the nations compare statistically, the importance and potential of industrialization)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands the industrial power of Great Britain in the early 20th century
     2.Understands the industrial power of France in the early 20th century
     3.Understands the industrial power of Germany in the early 20th century
     4.Understands the industrial power of Japan in the early 20th century
     5.Understands the industrial power of the United States in the early 20th century
     6.Understands how Great Britain, France, Germany, Japan, and the United States compare statistically in terms of industrial power in the 20th century
     7.Understands the importance and potential of industrialization in the early 20th century
   Benchmark 4.Understands the consequences of changes inside Japan in the early 20th century (e.g., Japan's economic development, national integration, and political ideologies around the turn of the century; how Japanese territorial expansion affected the industrialization and economic development of Japan)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands aspects of Japan’s economic development around the turn of the century
     2.Understands features of Japan’s national integration around the turn of the century
     3.Understands Japan’s political ideologies around the turn of the century
     4.Understands how Japanese territorial expansion affected the industrialization and economic development of Japan
  Level IV (Grade 9-12)
   Benchmark 1.Understands the diverse factors that contributed to the industrialization of various countries (e.g., how entrepreneurs, scientists, technicians, and urban workers in Asia, Africa, and Latin America participated in world trade and industrialization; how changes in land ownership policy, new technology, and government subsidies encouraged industrial development in Japan)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands how entrepreneurs, scientists, technicians, and urban workers in Asia, Africa, and Latin America participated in world trade and industrialization
     2.Understands how changes in land ownership policy, new technology, and government subsidies encouraged industrial development in Japan
 Standard 39.  Understands the causes and global consequences of World War I
  Level II (Grade 5-6)
   Benchmark 5.Understands how the homefront contributed to World War I (e.g., how massive industrial production and innovations in military technology affected strategy and tactics, and the scale, duration, brutality, and efficiency of the war)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands how massive industrial production affected strategy and tactics
     2.Understands how innovations in military technology affected strategy and tactics
     3.Understands the scale of World War I
     4.Knows the duration of World War I
     5.Understands the brutality of World War I
     6.Understands the efficiency of World War I
  Level IV (Grade 9-12)
   Benchmark 5.Understands the role of Stalin in the emerging Soviet Union (e.g., to what degree Stalin was able to accomplish his goal of bringing the USSR to industrial parity with the West, the unique problems in industrialization Stalin faced, and how this model differed from those of Western nations; what primary sources reveal about the human cost of Stalinist totalitarianism in the USSR in the 1920s and 1930s)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands to what degree Stalin was able to accomplish his goal of bringing the USSR to industrial parity with the West
     2.Understands the unique problems in industrialization Stalin faced
     3.Understands how this model of industrialization differed from those of Western nations
     4.Understands what primary sources reveal about the human cost of Stalinist totalitarianism in the USSR in the 1920s and 1930s
 Standard 44.  Understands the search for community, stability, and peace in an interdependent world
  Level II (Grade 5-6)
   Benchmark 1.Understands global influences on the environment (e.g., how population growth, urbanization, industrialization, warfare, and the global market economy have contributed to environmental alterations; how effective governments and citizens' groups have been at protecting the global natural environment)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands how population growth has contributed to environmental alterations
     2.Understands how urbanization has contributed to environmental alterations
     3.Understands how industrialization has contributed to environmental alterations
     4.Understands how warfare has contributed to environmental alterations
     5.Understands how the global market economy has contributed to environmental alterations
     6.Understands how effective governments and citizens’ groups have been at protecting the global natural environment