Recognize that people of different countries have different social and political systems.
World History and Contemporary Issues
Students will demonstrate an understanding of major events, ideas and issues pertaining to the history of governance.
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Describe different types of political systems created by people, e.g., the tribe, the empire or the nation-state.
Explore the use and abuse of power.
Explain that people of different countries create social and political systems, e.g., a family or a government.
Describe ways that societies around the world express themselves artistically through forms, e.g., architecture or folk tales.
Explain how and why people have developed forms of self-government, e.g., the Mayflower Compact or the Iroquois League.