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"To develop substantive cultural knowledge and skills, students must confront their stereotypes, acquire indepth knowledge of some cultures, examine other peoples' perspectives and experiences, identify the effects of cultural change and recognize ways in which European imperialism contiues to shape American society.Social Studies and the World, p 50

"To develop substantive cultural knowledge and skills, students must confront their stereotypes, acquire indepth knowledge of some cultures, examine other peoples' perspectives and experiences, identify the effects of cultural change and recognize ways in which European imperialism contiues to shape American society.Social Studies and the World, p 50

"To develop substantive cultural knowledge and skills, students must confront their stereotypes, acquire indepth knowledge of some cultures, examine other peoples' perspectives and experiences, identify the effects of cultural change and recognize ways in which European imperialism contiues to shape American society." Social Studies and the World, p 50

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