7-10 October 2008 Core standard 1: Industrialization, Individuals, and the Economy Explain the factors that were necessary for industrialization in the United States. Explain the effects that industrialization had on immigration, urbanization, labor, and government regulation
Core standard 2: Reform Movements Connect the causes, ideas, events, achievements, and consequences of reform movements of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, including the Progressive Movement
Core standard 3: Expanding Global Influence and World War I Explain how the United states increased it role in global affairs, culminating with its emergence as a major global power at the end of World War I
U.S. History First Benchmark Period
UNIT NAME: America Industrializes and Becomes A World Power
Core Standards 1, 2, 3
INDICATOR USH 2.1
– only assessments that all teachers in a given course will agree to administer
Describe economic developments that transformed the United States into a major industrial power and identify the factors necessary for industrialization. (Economics)
Identify various state and national attempts to regulate or control business practices.
Compare various state and national attempts at business regulation.
Contrast various state and national attempts at business regulation
Explain how the US Supreme Court used the 14th Amendment and the doctrine of substantive due process to block government regulation of business.