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THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
THE NEW YORK STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

Commencement-Level Learning Experience

Robert Fulton: Technological Innovation and Change


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NYSED LEARNING STANDARDS

Social Studies Standard 1: History of the United States and New York
Social Studies Standard 2: World History
Social Studies Standard 3: Geography
Social Studies Standard 4: Economics
Social Studies Standard 5: Civics, Citizenship & Government
English Language Arts Standard 1: Language for Information and Understanding Reading
English Language Arts Standard 1: Language for Information and Understanding Writing
English Language Arts Standard 1: Language for Information and Understanding Listening
English Language Arts Standard 1: Language for Information and Understanding Speaking
English Language Arts Standard 3: Language for Critical Analysis and Evaluation Reading
English Language Arts Standard 3: Language for Critical Analysis and Evaluation Writing
English Language Arts Standard 3: Language for Critical Analysis and Evaluation Listening
English Language Arts Standard 3: Language for Critical Analysis and Evaluation Speaking
English Language Arts Standard 4: Language for Social Interaction Reading
English Language Arts Standard 4: Language for Social Interaction Writing
English Language Arts Standard 4: Language for Social Interaction Listening
English Language Arts Standard 4: Language for Social Interaction Speaking 2
Technology Standard 5: History and Evolution of Technology
Technology Standard 5: Impacts of Technology
The Arts Standard 3: Respond Critically to a Variety of Works in the Artist Visual Arts
The Arts Standard 4: Understanding the Cultural Dimensions and Contributions of the Arts Visual Arts


SOCIAL STUDIES CORE CURRICULUM

Global History and Geography Unit 5 – An Age of Revolution (1750–1914)

  • G. Economic and Social Revolutions

United States History and Government Unit 2 – Constitutional Foundations for the United States Democratic Republic

  • F. Implementing the New Constitutional Principles
    • *2. Development of unwritten constitutional government under Washington, Adams, and Jefferson: cabinet, political parties, judicial review, executive and Congressional interpretation, lobbying: the Marshall Court (Gibbons v. Ogden, 1824)

SKILLS

Thinking Skills – Drawing inferences and making conclusions; comparing and contrasting ideas
Research and Writing Skills – Synthesizing information
Interpersonal and Group Relation Skills – Participating in group planning and discussion
Sequencing and Chronology Skills – Sequencing major events on a timeline
Graph and Image Analysis Skills – Decoding and analyzing images (graphs, cartoons, paintings, photographs)


CONCEPTS

Change
Needs and Wants
Government
Places and Regions
Economic Systems
Power
Movement of People and Goods
Science and Technology



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