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Topic: Cultural continuity and change 

Geography

 Standard 10.  Understands the nature and complexity of Earth's cultural mosaics
  Level II (Grade 3-5)
   Benchmark 4.Understands cultural change (in terms of, e.g., the role of women in society, the role of children in society, clothing styles, modes of transportation, food preferences, types of housing, attitudes toward the environment and resources)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands cultural change in terms of the role of women in society
     2.Understands cultural change in terms of the role of children in society
     3.Understands cultural change in terms of clothing styles
     4.Understands cultural change in terms of modes of transportation
     5.Understands cultural change in terms of food preferences
     6.Understands cultural change in terms of types of housing
     7.Understands cultural change in terms of attitudes toward the environment
     8.Understands cultural change in terms of attitudes toward resources
  Level III (Grade 6-8)
   Benchmark 1.Knows the distinctive cultural landscapes associated with migrant populations (e.g., Chinatowns in the Western world, European enclaves in Japan and China in the 19th century, Little Italy sections of American cities from the beginning of the 19th century to the present)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Knows the distinctive cultural landscapes associated with Chinatowns in the Western world
     2.Knows the distinctive cultural landscapes associated with European enclaves in Japan and China in the 19th century

World History

 Standard 44.  Understands the search for community, stability, and peace in an interdependent world
  Level IV (Grade 9-12)
   Benchmark 14.Understands how specific countries have implemented social and cultural changes (e.g., the different manifestations of China's contingency quest for a "new culture" throughout the 20th century, and what the Cultural Revolution meant for Chinese people in the late 1960s; models for family life, the economy, and social and political institutions suggested by modern Muslim intellectuals)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     2.Understands how specific countries have implemented cultural changes
     3.Understands the different manifestations of China’s contingency quest for a "new culture" throughout the 20th century
     4.Understands what the Cultural Revolution meant for Chinese people in the late 1960s
     5.Knows models for family life, the economy, and social and political institutions suggested by modern Muslim intellectuals