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Topic: Impact of the American Revolution 

United States History

 Standard 7.  Understands the impact of the American Revolution on politics, economy, and society
  Level II (Grade 5-6)
   Benchmark 3.Understands the social, political, and economic effects of the American revolutionary victory on different groups (e.g., rural farmers, wealthy merchants, enslaved and free African Americans, abolitionists, women who contributed to the war effort)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands the social effects of the American revolutionary victory on different groups
     2.Understands the political effects of the American revolutionary victory on different groups
     3.Understands the economic effects of the American revolutionary victory on different groups
     4.Understands the social effects of the American revolutionary victory on rural farmers
     5.Understands the social effects of the American revolutionary victory on wealthy merchants
     6.Understands the social effects of the American revolutionary victory on enslaved African Americans
     7.Understands the social effects of the American revolutionary victory on free African Americans
     8.Understands the social effects of the American revolutionary victory on abolitionists
     9.Understands the social effects of the American revolutionary victory on women who contributed to the war effort
     10.Understands the political effects of the American revolutionary victory on rural farmers
     11.Understands the political effects of the American revolutionary victory on wealthy merchants
     12.Understands the political effects of the American revolutionary victory on enslaved African Americans
     13.Understands the political effects of the American revolutionary victory on free African Americans
     14.Understands the political effects of the American revolutionary victory on abolitionists
     15.Understands the political effects of the American revolutionary victory on women who contributed to the war effort
     16.Understands the economic effects of the American revolutionary victory on rural farmers
     17.Understands the economic effects of the American revolutionary victory on wealthy merchants
     18.Understands the economic effects of the American revolutionary victory on enslaved African Americans
     19.Understands the economic effects of the American revolutionary victory on free African Americans
     20.Understands the economic effects of the American revolutionary victory on abolitionists
     21.Understands the economic effects of the American revolutionary victory on women who contributed to the war effort
  Level III (Grade 7-8)
   Benchmark 2.Understands how the ideals of the American Revolution influenced the goals of various groups of people during and after the war (e.g., African Americans, Native Americans, Loyalists, women, young people)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands how the ideals of the American Revolution influenced the goals of African Americans during the war
     2.Understands how the ideals of the American Revolution influenced the goals of African Americans after the war
     3.Understands how the ideals of the American Revolution influenced the goals of Native Americans during the war
     4.Understands how the ideals of the American Revolution influenced the goals of Native Americans after the war
     5.Understands how the ideals of the American Revolution influenced the goals of Loyalists during the war
     6.Understands how the ideals of the American Revolution influenced the goals of Loyalists after the war
     7.Understands how the ideals of the American Revolution influenced the goals of women during the war
     8.Understands how the ideals of the American Revolution influenced the goals of women after the war
     9.Understands how the ideals of the American Revolution influenced the goals of young people during the war
     10.Understands how the ideals of the American Revolution influenced the goals of young people after the war
  Level IV (Grade 9-12)
   Benchmark 2.Understands the efforts of the Continental Congress and the states to rebuild the economy after the American Revolution (e.g., by addressing issues of foreign and internal trade, banking, and taxation)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands the efforts of the Continental Congress to rebuild the economy after the American Revolution
     2.Understands the efforts of the states to rebuild the economy after the American Revolution
     3.Understands the efforts of the Continental Congress and the states to rebuild the economy after the American Revolution by addressing issues of foreign trade
     4.Understands the efforts of the Continental Congress and the states to rebuild the economy after the American Revolution by addressing issues of internal trade
     5.Understands the efforts of the Continental Congress and the states to rebuild the economy after the American Revolution by addressing banking issues
     6.Understands the efforts of the Continental Congress and the states to rebuild the economy after the American Revolution by addressing taxation issues
   Benchmark 3.Understands the goals of different groups of people after the Revolution (e.g., the importance of African American leaders and institutions in shaping free black communities in the North, the influence of the American victory in advancing or retarding goals of different groups, the degree to which women were able to enter the public realm after 1776)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands the importance of African American leaders in shaping free black communities in the North
     2.Understands the importance of African American institutions in shaping free black communities in the North
     3.Understands the influence of the American victory in advancing goals of certain groups
     4.Understands the influence of the American victory in retarding goals of certain groups
     5.Understands the degree to which women were able to enter the public realm after 1776