U.S. History

  • Identify the obstacles and successes of the early settlers and Native Americans in creating communities.

  • Describe characteristics of a community. Students are able to identify a community's culture and history

World History

  • Identify events as past or present.

  • List the reasons why people immigrate.


  • Identify and use map components.

  • Identify locations in a community by using grid systems

  • Locate the seven continents, four major oceans, major United States landforms, and state boundaries on a map or globe.


  • Explian human relationships and roles in a community.

  • Recognize government agencies and their roles in a community.

  • Explain the meaning and importance of the Constitution and Declaration of Independence.

  • Explain why communities have rules and laws.

  • Identify the rights and responsibilities of citizenship in students' own communities.


  • Explain ways producers use resources to produce goods and services.

  • Identify goods and services available in the student's communities.

  • Identify the relationships between taxation and government service.

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