U.S. History

  • Differentiate the lifestyles of various Native American tribes.

  • Identify key early American explorers and their accomplishments.

  • Identify influential people and key events during the American Revolution.

  • Identify the key changes leading to and resulting from growth and invention in the U.S. between the Revolution and 1865.

  • Identify the reasons that led to the development of colonial America.

  • Describe the political relationship between the colonies and England.

  • Compare and contrast social, economic, and philosophical differences between the North and the South.

World History

  • Identify the causes and effects of European exploration and their impact.

  • Describe the impact other countries had on the United States through exploration, trade, and conflict.

  • Identify key conflicts with other cultures of the world and the effect they had on the United States physically, economically, and socially.

Geography

  • Apply longitude and lattitued to find absolute locations on a map and globe.

  • Compare maps of different types and scales

  • Describe how climate and geography influenced the way of life of Native American tribes and the movement and activities of settlers.

  • Explain explorers' discoveries in the New World.

Civics

  • Define basic differences between various forms of government.

  • Define and describe the roles of democratic government of the United States.

  • Describe how volunteerism helped develop the United States.

Economics

  • Describe the role of trading in early United States history.

  • Describe examples of various institutions that make up economic systems.

  • Describe key economic events prior to 1865 leading to the expansion of territories in the United States.

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