Afro-Latin Americans in the U. S. could go along with the following standards



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1. Afro-Latin Americans in the U.S.-could go along with the following standards:

SS.7.G.4: Understands the characteristics, distribution, and migration of human populations.

- study the characteristics, distribution and migration of Afro-Latin Americans in the United States

- Black Hispanics account for 3.8%[5] of the entire U.S. Hispanic population. Most Black Hispanics in the United States come from within the Dominican American population. The next largest concentrations of Black Hispanics are found among, Cuban American, Puerto Rican and Panamanian Americans communities. (from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Hispanic_and_Latino_Americans)

SS.912.W.6.4- Understand the development of Western and non-Western nationalism, industrialization and imperialism, and the significant processes and consequences of each, including: independence movements, emergence of the Americas in global affairs (1880-1929), and political developments in the Americas after the Second World War.

-study the effects of industrialization and imperialism on Afro-Latin Americans in the U.S.

-study the role of Afro-Latin Americans in the U.S. in the emergence of the Americas in global affairs

-study the role of Afro-Latin Americans in political developments in the U.S. following WWII

(At least it works with this standard if you could find adequate resources, which seem to be scarce)

SS.912.W.4.12: Recognize an impact of the Columbian Exchange, such as the exchange of agricultural goods, diseases, or ideas between Europe, Africa, and the Americas.

-study the impact of the Columbian Exchange on Afro-Latin culture and its implications later on for Afro-Latin Americans in the U.S.

(I’m not sure how well this topic actually goes with this standard but I thought maybe someone who knows more about this would find a way to link it)

2. Comparing the “discovery/colonization” of Brazil (or generally Latin America) by the Portuguese and the U.S. by the English-standards:

SS.912.W.4.12: Recognize an impact of the Columbian Exchange, such as the exchange of agricultural goods, diseases, or ideas between Europe, Africa, and the Americas.

-compare/contrast the effects of the Columbian Exchange (and colonization) in Brazil/Latin America vs. the U.S.

-identify goods, ideas, diseases, etc. exchanged in Brazil/Latin America and the U.S.

-maybe talk about the slave trade in Brazil/Latin America vs. the slave trade in the U.S.

SS.912.W.4.13: Recognize that European countries influenced the economic or political systems in the Americas.

-compare how Portuguese vs. English influenced the economic or political systems in Brazil/Latin America vs. in the U.S.

SS.912.W.6.4- Understand the development of Western and non-Western nationalism, industrialization and imperialism, and the significant processes and consequences of each, including: independence movements, emergence of the Americas in global affairs (1880-1929), and political developments in the Americas after the Second World War.

-compare Portuguese and English colonization influences on nationalism, industrialization and imperialism in Brazil/Latin America and the U.S.

-compare the role of Portuguese colonization in independence movements in Brazil to the role of English colonization of the U.S. in the American Revolution.

-compare the political developments in Brazil with political developments in the U.S. and how these may have developed differently due to the influence of Portuguese vs. English
3. Comparing and contrasting slavery in U.S. and Brazil-standards:
SS.7.G.2: Understands the physical and cultural characteristics of a place

-compare/contrast the differences in the physical and cultural characteristics of the U.S. and Brazil and how these might relate to the differences between practice of slavery in each country.

SS.912.W.4.12: Recognize an impact of the Columbian Exchange, such as the exchange of agricultural goods, diseases, or ideas between Europe, Africa, and the Americas.

-compare/contrast the impact of the Columbian Exchange’s slave trade in the U.S. vs. Brazil

SS.912.W.4.13: Recognize that European countries influenced the economic or political systems in the Americas.

-draw links between various European influences, as related to slavery, on the economic and political systems of the U.S. vs. Brazil



SS.7.G.4: Understands the characteristics, distribution, and migration of human populations.

-could talk about the differences and similarities of characteristics, distribution and migration of populations in the U.S. vs. Brazil as a result of slavery in each country.

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