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Curriculum Standards for Literature in "Stand and Deliver"


This page is in an early stage of development and should not be relied upon.

This page lists curriculum standards relating to some of the specific issues raised in the Public Policy and Burdens of Proof in Modern Society (Perhaps the ETS Gave the Students a Break) from the Learning Guide to "Stand and Deliver" which do not relate directly to due process.

Teachers and parents seeking the full range of curriculum standards which can be served by this film should carefully review the standards applicable to their state. The following is a base from which to start for the eleven most populous states. We have not included standards which apply to general concepts or to skills of analysis or performance.

California Content Standards:

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills: Social Studies: Economics with Emphasis on the Free Enterprise System and Its Benefits: 118(c)(1) - (c)(4);

New York Learning Standards: Social Studies: Civics Citizenship & Government, Standard 5: Key Idea 2, Intermediate; and Key Idea 2, Commencement;

Florida Sunshine State Standards: Social Studies: Grades 6-8: Time, Continuity and Change [History]: SS.A.3.3 and People, Places and Environments [Geography]: SS.C.1.3; and Social Studies: Grades 9-12: Government and the Citizen [Civics and Government]: SS.C.2.4.3 & 5;

Illinois Learning Standards: Social Science: State Goal 18: Social Systems: Middle/Jr. High: 18.B.3a & 18.C.3a; and Early H.S.: 18.B.4a & 18.C.4b;

Pennsylvania Academic Standards: Civics and Government: Principles and Documents of Government, Category 5.1 Through Grade 9: 5.1.9.A, B & J; Through Grade 12: 5.1.12.A, B, I & J; and see Glossary; Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship, Category 5.2 Through Grade 9: 5.2.9.C; Through Grade 12: 5.2.12.C; How Government Works, Category 5.3: Through Grade 9: 5.3.9.B, D &G; Through Grade 12: 5.3.12.D & G;

Ohio Academic Content Standards: Social Studies: Grade 8, Government, 6(c); Grade 11, Citizenship, Rights and Responsibilities: 5.b; and Grade 12, Civil Rights and Responsibilities: 9;

Michigan Curriculum Framework: Content Standards and Working Draft Benchmarks: Social Studies: III. Civic Perspective: Middle School: 1.3 & 3.1; VII. Citizen Involvement: Middle School and High School: 1;

New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards: Social Studies: Civics, Standard 6.2: Through Grade 12: D.5;

Georgia Performance Standards: Social Studies: Eighth Grade: Georgia History: SS8CG4(b) and Civics/Government: SSCG1(a), SSCG3(c), SSCG6, SSCG7 & SSCG 22 ;

North Carolina Standard Course of Study: Social Studies: Tenth Grade Civics and Economics: 1.07, 2.06, 5.03, 6.02 and 6.06; American Government: 5.02, 5.03 and 5.04; and Contemporary Law and Justice: 1.01, 2.01, 2.02 ∓ 2.03.

This web page published May 18, 2007 and revised February 2, 2008 and July 3, 2008.

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