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1 Baltimore City Public School System Social Studies Content Standards (Grade 8) POLITICAL SYSTEMS In the context of U.S. History through 1877, at the end of grade 8, students know and are able to do everything required at earlier grades and are able to: (ps ) Analyze the relationships among maintaining order under rule of law, protecting individual rights, and providing for common good. (ps ) Evaluate positions taken regarding the necessity of government and the purposes of government. SE/ Chapter 8 Civics Overview The Constitution at Work (1789-Present) , , , , , , 235, ; Chapter 16 A Dividing Nation ( ) , , , , 438, , ; Chapter 17 The Civil War ( ) , , , , , , , ; Reference Section, Constitution of the United States: A-213B; 422A-422B, 446A-446B SE/ Chapter 6 The American Revolution , , , 168, , , 178; Chapter 7 Creating a Republic ( ) , , , , , , ; Chapter 8 Civics Overview The Constitution at Work (1789- Present) , , , , , , 235, ; Chapter 9 The New Republic Begins ( ) , , 249, , , , ; Chapter 16 A Dividing Nation ( ) , , , , 438, , ; Chapter 17 The Civil War ( ) , , , , , , , ; Reference Section, Constitution of the United States: A-158B, 186A-186B, 212A-213B; 242A- 242B, 422A-422B, 446A-446B 1

2 (ps ) Describe the characteristics of a sovereign nation. (ps ) Differentiate between the use of legitimate authority and the use of unlimited power. (ps ) Distinguish among various forms of government with emphasis on the ways of life and opportunities they permit, promote, and prohibit. (ps ) Explain the significance of the Magna Carta, the English bill of rights, and the Mayflower Compact to the underlying principles of the United States Constitution. SE/ Chapter 3 A Meeting of Different Worlds ( ) 65-72, 78-83,84-89, 90-91; Chapter 4 The13 English Colonies ( ) 92-93, , A-58B, 92A-92B SE/ Chapter 7 Creating a Republic ( ) , , , , , , ; Chapter 8 Civics Overview The Constitution at Work (1789- Present) , , , , , , 235, A-186B, 212A-213B SE/ Chapter 2 The First Americans (Prehistory- 1600) 45, 49-51; Chapter 3 A Meeting of Different Worlds ( ) 82, 86, ; Chapter 7 Creating a Republic ( ) , , , , , , ; Chapter 8 Civics Overview The Constitution at Work (1789- Present) , , , , , , 235, ; Reference Section, Constitution of the United States: A-28B, 58A-58B, 186A-186B, 212A-213B SE/ Chapter 3 A Meeting of Different Worlds ( ) 86; Chapter 4 The 13 English Colonies ( ) 116; Chapter 7 Creating a Republic ( ) ; Chapter 8 Civics Overview The Constitution at Work (1789-Present) , , , , , , 235, ; Reference Section, Constitution of the United States: ; Historical Document, The Mayflower Compact, 532; Magna Carta, A-58B, 92A-92B, 186A-186B, 212A-212B Booklet, Student Performance Pack 2

3 (ps ) Explain the rights of individuals as expressed in the Declaration of Independence, United States Constitution, and the Bill of Rights and the ideals of human dignity. (ps ) Describe how the United States Constitution provides foe separation of powers and checks and balances. (ps ) Explain how the United States Constitution grants and distributes powers to the national and state governments. SE/ Chapter 6 The American Revolution , , , 168, , , 178; Chapter 7 Creating a Republic ( ) , , , , , , ; Reference Section, Declaration of Independence: ; Constitution of the United States: A-158B, 186A-186B, 212A-212B Booklet, Student Performance Pack SE/ Chapter 8 Civics Overview The Constitution at Work (1789-Present) , , , , , , 235, ; Reference Section, Constitution of the United States: A-212B Booklet, Student Performance Pack SE/ Chapter 8 Civics Overview The Constitution at Work (1789-Present) , , , , , , 235, ; Reference Section, Constitution of the United States: A-212B Booklet, Student Performance Pack 3

4 (ps ) Identify the purposes and functions of the court systems. (ps ) Describe historical events in the United States that resulted in Constitutional amendments. (ps ) Explain how the concept of judicial review was established. SE/ Chapter 7 Creating a Republic ( ) 194, 201, 202, 203; Chapter 8 Civics Overview The Constitution at Work (1789- Present) 215, 220, 221, 224, , 232; Chapter 9 The New Republic Begins ( ) 245; Chapter 10 The Age of Jefferson ( ) 264, 267, 268, 269; Chapter 11 Industry and Growth ( ) 311; Chapter 12 Democracy in the Age of Jackson ( ) 336; Chapter 16 A Dividing Nation ( ) 433, 434; Chapter 18 The Reconstruction Era ( ) 483, 495; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877- Present) 510, A-186B, 212A-212B, 242A-242B, 264A- 264B, 292A-292B, 322A-322B, 422A-422B, 476A-476B, 500A-500B, Why Study History? Supreme Court Decisions Affect You, pp SE/ Chapter 7 Creating a Republic ( ) ; Chapter 8 Civics Overview The Constitution at Work (1789-Present) 215, A-186B, 212A-212B Booklet, Student Performance Pack SE/ Chapter 8 Civics Overview The Constitution at Work (1789-Present) 224; Chapter 10 The Age of Jefferson ( ) 264, 268, A-212B, 264A-264B Lesson Planner, Unit 2/Chapter 8 Section 3 Quiz, p. 41, Unit 3/Chapter 10, Section 1 Quiz, p. 18, Why Study History? Supreme Court Decisions Affect You, pp

5 (ps ) Analyze the influence of the media on political life in the United States including recognizing bias in reporting, analyzing, and editorializing. (ps ) Explain how various groups provide opportunities for citizens to participate in the political process and ways in which individuals can advance or impede political change. (ps ) Describe the importance of civic and personal responsibilities to the individual and society, including legal obligations, volunteering, and performing public service. (ps ) Analyze the concept of citizenship and explain how the concept has changed at different times and in different places. SE/ Chapter 4 The 13 English Colonies ( ) , 125; Chapter 9 The New Republic Begins ( ) 257, 260; Chapter 10 The Age of Jefferson ( ) 282; Chapter 15 An Era of Reform ( ) 404; Skills for Life, Distinguishing Fact From Opinion: 358, Analyzing Visual Evidence: 406, Interpreting a Political Cartoon: 489; Eyewitness Accounts, How I Became a Printer: ; The Federalist Papers: A-92B, 242A-242B, 264A-264B, 396A- 396B Booklet, Student Performance Pack SE/ Chapter 8 Civics Overview The Constitution at Work (1789-Present) , , 235, ; Why Study History? You Have a Say in Government: 115; Citizens Have Responsibilities: 234; Reference Section, Constitution of the United States: A-212B Lesson Planner, p. 35; Citizenship for Life, pp SE/ Chapter 8 Civics Overview The Constitution at Work (1789-Present) , , 235, ; Why Study History? Citizens Have Responsibilities: 234, One Person Can Make a Difference: 465; Eyewitness Account, The Volunteer Spirit: Three Views: ; You Will Choose Our Nation s Leaders: 340; Reference Section, Constitution of the United States: A-212B Lesson Planner, p. 35; Citizenship for Life, pp SE/ Chapter 8 Civics Overview The Constitution at Work (1789-Present) , , 235, ; Why Study History? You Have a Say in Government: 115; Citizens Have Responsibilities: 234; Reference Section, Constitution of the United States: A-212B Lesson Planner, p. 35; Citizenship for Life, pp

6 PEOPLES OF THE NATION AND WORLD In the context of U.S. History through 1877, at the end of grade 8, students know and are able to do everything required at earlier grades and are able to: (pnw ) Analyze the characteristics that are used to organize people into cultures. (pnw ) Analyze how the United States developed into a pluralistic society consisting of diverse cultures, customs, and traditions. SE/ Chapter 2 The First Americans (Prehistory- 1600) 29, 30-33; Chapter 3 A Meeting of Different Worlds ( ) 63, 74; Chapter 4 The 13 English Colonies ( ) 92-93, , 123; Chapter 11 Industry and Growth ( ) 300; Chapter 13 Westward Expansion ( ) 344, 345, 356, 364, ; Chapter 14 The Worlds of North and South ( ) A-28B, 58A-58B, 92A-92B, 292A-292B, 344A-344B, 372A-372B SE/ Chapter 2 The First Americans (Prehistory- 1600) 29, 30-33; Chapter 3 A Meeting of Different Worlds ( ) 63, 74; Chapter 4 The 13 English Colonies ( ) 92-93, , 123; Chapter 11 Industry and Growth ( ) 300; Chapter 13 Westward Expansion ( ) 344, 345, 356, 364, ; Chapter 14 The Worlds of North and South ( ) , ; Chapter 15 An Era of Reform ( ) , ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877-Present) , A-28B, 58A-58B, 92A-92B, 292A-292B, 344A-344B, 372A-372B, 396A-396B, 500A- 500B 6

7 (pnw ) Analyze situations that illustrate conflicts between conscience and respect for authority. (pnw ) Analyze how the environment and cultural diffusion influence the development of United States and other cultures. (pnw ) Analyze the variety of forms and roles institutions assume in cultures around the world. SE/ Chapter 5 The Road to Revolution ( ) , , ; Chapter 6 The American Revolution , , 168; Chapter 15 An Era of Reform ( ) , , ; Chapter 16 A Dividing Nation ( ) , , ; Why Study History? You Pay Taxes: A-130B, 158A-158B, 396A-396B, 422A- 422B Lesson Planner, Why Study History? You Pay Taxes: 19-22; Document Based Discovery, rights and Liberties, pp. 6-9 SE/ Chapter 2 The First Americans (Prehistory- 1600) 29, 30-33; Chapter 3 A Meeting of Different Worlds ( ) 63, 74; Chapter 4 The 13 English Colonies ( ) 92-93, , 123; Chapter 11 Industry and Growth ( ) 300; Chapter 13 Westward Expansion ( ) 344, 345, 356, 364, ; Chapter 14 The Worlds of North and South ( ) A-28B, 58A-58B, 92A-92B, 292A-292B, 344A-344B, 372A-372B SE/ Chapter 3 A Meeting of Different Worlds ( ) 58-59, 60-62, 65-68, 69-72, 73-77, 90-91; Chapter 4 The 13 English Colonies ( ) 92-93, , 123; Chapter 15 An Era of Reform ( ) , , ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877-Present) , A-58B, 92A-92B, 396A-396B, 500A-500B 7

8 (pnw ) Describe and analyze the practices, beliefs, and influence of religions of the world. (pnw ) Describe and analyze how equality of opportunity enables individuals and groups to contribute to culture. SE/ Chapter 2 The First Americans (Prehistory- 1600) 32-33, 36, 37, 41, 44, 49, 51; Chapter 3 A Meeting of Different Worlds ( ) 74-75, 88; Chapter 4 the 13 English Colonies ( ) 94-95, 96-97, 98, 99, , 107, 111, 113, ; Chapter 6 The American Revolution ( ) 177, 188, 205, 209; Chapter 8 Civics Overview: The Constitution at Work (1789-Present) 215, 219, 223; Chapter 13 Westward Expansion ( ) 351, 393; Chapter 15 An Era of Reform ( ) 396, 397, A-28B, 58A-58B, 92A-92B, 158A-158B, 212A-212B, 344A-344B, 372A-372B Lesson Planner; Interdisciplinary Connections, Main Idea: Native American Life, pp. 7-12; Critical Thinking and Writing Comparing Information on a Chart, p. 13; Section 2 Quiz, p. 18; Section 3 Quiz, p. 19; Vocabulary Builder, p. 21, Section 5 Quiz, p. 31; Chapter Tests, pp ; Section 1 Quiz, p. 38; Interdisciplinary Connections, Main Idea: American Ingenuity; Document-Based Discovery, Origins, pp. 2-5 SE/ Chapter 15 An Era of Reform ( ) , , ; Chapter 16 A Dividing Nation ( ) , , ; Why Study History? Heroes of the Past Can Be Models for Today: A-396B, 422A-422B 8

9 (pnw ) Describe the impact of prejudice and discrimination on individuals and groups. SE/ Chapter 3 A Meeting of Different Worlds ( ) 58-59, 73-77; Chapter 5 The Road to Revolution ( ) , ; Chapter 11 Industry and Growth ( ) , ; Chapter 14 The Worlds of North and South ( ) , ; Chapter 15 An Era of Reform ( ) , , , , ; Chapter 16 A Dividing Nation ( ) , ; Chapter 18 The Reconstruction Era ( ) , ; Why Study History? Tolerance Begins With You: A-58B, 130A-130B, 292A-292B, 372A- 372B, 396A-396B, 422A-422B, 476A-476B GEOGRAPHY In the context of U.S. History through 1877, at the end of grade 8, students know and are able to do everything required at earlier grades and are able to: (g ) Use appropriate maps and other graphic representations to analyze problems. SE/ Chapter 1 Focus on Geography (Prehistory- Maps: 9, 10, 11, 19, 22, 31, 39, 47, 67, 68, 75, 79, 88, 96, 102, 107, 133, 138, 140, 162, 170, 175, 179, 182, 189, 191, 273, 280, 386, 303, 306, 314, 325, 336, 347, 352, 361, 363, 366, 375, 386, 431, 440, 449, 454, 470, 472, 492, 510, 516; Geography Activities: 26, 56, 90, 124, 156, 184, 290, 316, 342, 370, 344, 496, 520; Geographic Atlas: A-2B, 28A-28B, 58A-58, 92A-92B, 130A- 130B, 158A-158B, 186A-186B, 212A-212B, 242A-242B, 264A-264B, 292A-292B, 322A- 322B, 344A-344B, 372A-372B, 396A-396B, 422A-422B, 446A-446B, 476A-476B, 502A- 502B Booklet, Student Performance Pack, Practice Your Skills: Analyzing Visual Information, p. 34 9

10 (g ) Construct and interpret graphs, charts, databases, and thematic maps using map elements including a title, cardinal and intermediate directions, compass rose, border, longitude and latitude, legends/key, author, date and scale. (g ) Explain interrelationships among physical and human characteristics that shape the identity of place. (g ) Analyze geographic characteristics that influence the location of human activities in world regions. (g ) Compare and contrast regions and places on a global basis and describe their interrelationships. SE/ Chapter 1 Focus on Geography (Prehistory- Geography Activities: 26, 56, 90, 124, 156, 184, 290, 316, 342, 370, 344, 496, 520 2A-2B Lesson Planner SE/ Chapter 1 Focus on Geography (Prehistory- Geography Activities: 26, 56, 90, 124, 156, 184, 290, 316, 342, 370, 444, 496, 520; Geographic Atlas: A-2B Booklet, Section Quizzes, Unit 1, Chapter 1, pp. 8-10; Chapter Tests, Chapter 1, pp. 1-6, Student Performance Pack SE/ Chapter 1 Focus on Geography (Prehistory- Chapter 3 A Meeting of Different Worlds ( ) 58-59, 60-62, 65-68, 69-72, 73-77, 90-91; Chapter 13 Westward Expansion ( ) , , , , , , ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877-Present) , A-2B, 58A-58B, 344A-344B, 500A-500B SE/ Chapter 1 Focus on Geography (Prehistory- ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877- Present) , ; Geography Activities: 26, 56, 90, 124, 156, 184, 290, 316, 342, 370, 444, 496, 520; Geographic Atlas: A-2B, 500A-500B Booklet, Section Quizzes, Unit 1, Chapter 1, pp. 8-10; Chapter Tests, Chapter 1, pp. 1-6, Student Performance Pack 10

11 (g ) Explain how physical and human characteristics give a place identity and meaning and how various perspectives and perceptions come to be associated with places and regions. (g ) Analyze population growth and settlements patterns. (g ) Identify and describe types of settlement in the United States and world and explain their spatial distribution. SE/ Chapter 1 Focus on Geography (Prehistory- Chapter 13 Westward Expansion ( ) , , , ; Chapter 14 The Worlds of North and South ( ) , , , , , , ; Geography Activities: 26, 56, 90, 124, 156, 184, 290, 316, 342, 370, 444, 496, 520; Geographic Atlas: A-2B, 344A-344B, 372A-372B Booklet, Section Quizzes, Unit 1, Chapter 1, pp. 8-10; Chapter Tests, Chapter 1, pp. 1-6, Student Performance Pack SE/ Chapter 1 Focus on Geography (Prehistory- Chapter 3 A Meeting of Different Worlds ( ) 58-59, 60-62, 65-68, 69-72, 73-77, 90-91; Chapter 13 Westward Expansion ( ) , , , , , , A-2B, 58A-58B, 344A-344B SE/ Chapter 1 Focus on Geography (Prehistory- Chapter 3 A Meeting of Different Worlds ( ) 58-59, 60-62, 65-68, 69-72, 73-77, 90-91; Chapter 13 Westward Expansion ( ) , , , , , , ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877-Present) , A-2B, 58A-58B, 344A-344B, 500A-500B 11

12 (g ) Describe how and why people migrate and analyze consequences of the migration. (g ) Employment demographic and cultural characteristics to describe the distribution and structure of populations in places and regions. (g ) Locate and describe major economic activities of world regions and explain the reasons for their locations and distribution. (g ) Trace the spatial diffusion of a phenomenon and describe its effects on regions of contact. SE/ Chapter 1 Focus on Geography (Prehistory- Chapter 3 A Meeting of Different Worlds ( ) 58-59, 60-62, 65-68, 69-72, 73-77, 90-91; Chapter 13 Westward Expansion ( ) , , , , , , A-2B, 58A-58B, 344A-344B SE/ Chapter 1 Focus on Geography (Prehistory- Chapter 14 The Worlds of North and South ( ) , , , , , , ; Geography Activities: 26, 56, 90, 124, 156, 184, 290, 316, 342, 370, 444, 496, 520; Geographic Atlas: A-2B, 372A-372B Booklet, Section Quizzes, Unit 1, Chapter 1, pp. 8-10; Chapter Tests, Chapter 1, pp. 1-6, Student Performance Pack SE/ Chapter 11 Industry and Growth ( ) 311, , ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877-Present) , A-292B, 500A-500B SE/ Chapter 1 Focus on Geography (Prehistory- Geography Activities: 26, 56, 90, 124, 156, 184, 290, 316, 342, 370, 444, 496, 520; Geographic Atlas: A-2B Booklet, Section Quizzes, Unit 1, Chapter 1, pp. 8-10; Chapter Tests, Chapter 1, pp. 1-6, Student Performance Pack 12

13 (g ) analyze the influence of transportation and communication on the movement of people, goods, and ideas from place to place. (g ) Describe how cooperation and conflict contribute to political economic, geographic, and cultural divisions of Earth' surface. (g ) Describe the forces and processes of cooperation that unite people across Earth s surface in terms of language, ethnic heritage, religion, political philosophy, social and economic systems, and shared history. SE/ Chapter 11 Industry and Growth ( ) 311, , ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877-Present) , ; Why Study History? Technology Continues to Change Our Lives: A-292B, Why Study History? Technology Continues to Change Our Lives: SE/ Chapter 3 A Meeting of Different Worlds ( ) 58-59, 60-62, 65-68, 69-72, 73-77, 90-91; Chapter 4 The 13 English Colonies ( ) 92-93, , 123; Chapter 15 An Era of Reform ( ) , , ; Chapter 16 A Dividing Nation ( ) , , , , 438, , ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877-Present) , A-58B, 92A-92B, 396A-396B, 500A-500B SE/ Chapter 3 A Meeting of Different Worlds ( ) 58-59, 60-62, 65-68, 69-72, 73-77, 90-91; Chapter 4 The 13 English Colonies ( ) 92-93, , 123; Chapter 15 An Era of Reform ( ) , , ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877-Present) , A-58B, 92A-92B, 396A-396B, 500A-500B 13

14 (g ) Evaluate ways and reasons why humans modify their natural environment to meet their wants and the consequences of the modifications. (g ) Analyze how humans perceive and react to natural hazards and other environmental concerns. *Construct a map of the United States during the Civil War. Use proper map elements. Show the following:! Union States! Confederate States! Border States! Confederate Territory! Union Territory (g ) Explain how people s about and relationship to the environment have changed overtime particularly in response to how new technologies affect access to and use of resources. SE/ Chapter 1 Focus on Geography (Prehistory- Chapter 2 The First Americans (Prehistory- 1600) 28-29, 30-33, 34-35, 36-45, 46-51, 52-53, 55, 56-57; Geography Activities: 26, 56, 90, 124, 156, 184, 290, 316, 342, 370, 444, 496, 520; Geographic Atlas: A-2B, 28A-28B Booklet, Section Quizzes, Unit 1, Chapter 1, pp. 8-10; Chapter Tests, Chapter 1, pp. 1-6, Student Performance Pack SE/ Chapter 1 Focus on Geography (Prehistory- Chapter 2 The First Americans (Prehistory- 1600) 28-29, 30-33, 34-35, 36-45, 46-51, 52-53, 55, 56-57; Chapter 13 Westward Expansion ( ) , , ; Geography Activities: 26, 56, 90, 124, 156, 184, 290, 316, 342, 370, 444, 496, 520; Geographic Atlas: A-2B, 28A-28B, 344A-344B Booklet, Section Quizzes, Unit 1, Chapter 1, pp. 8-10; Chapter Tests, Chapter 1, pp. 1-6, Student Performance Pack SE/ Chapter 17 The Civil War ( ) , , , , , , , A-446B Lesson Planner SE/ Chapter 1 Focus on Geography (Prehistory- Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877- Present) , A-2B, 500A-500B Booklet 14

15 ECONOMICS In the context of U.S. History through 1877, at the end of grade 8, students know and are able to do everything required at earlier grades and are able to: (e ) Analyze how people and institutions experience scarcity and must make choices (e ) analyze opportunity costs and tradeoffs in business, government, and personal decision making. (e ) Analyze the relationship between the availability of natural, capital, and human resources, and the production of goods and services now and in the past. (e ) Describe the characteristics of a market economy, including private property, freedom of enterprise, competition, consumer choice, and the limited role of government. SE/ Chapter 11 Industry and Growth ( ) 311, , ; Chapter 17 The Civil War ( ) , ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877-Present) , A-292B, 446A-446B, 500A-500B SE/ Chapter 11 Industry and Growth ( ) 311, , ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877-Present) , A-292B, 500A-500B SE/ Chapter 11 Industry and Growth ( ) 311, , ; Chapter 17 The Civil War ( ) , ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877-Present) , A-292B, 446A-446B, 500A-500B SE/ Chapter 11 Industry and Growth ( ) 311, , ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877-Present) , A-292B, 500A-500B 15

16 (e ) Identify examples of shortages and surpluses in a market economy. (e ) Explain how competition among sellers and competition among buyers affect productions, supply, price, and allocation of goods and services. (e ) Explain the stages of economic development (including factors affecting production, distribution, and consumption). (e ) Describe the purposes and characteristics of economic institutions that make up an economic system. (e ) conclude that people usually respond predictably to economic incentives. SE/ Chapter 11 Industry and Growth ( ) 311, , ; Chapter 17 The Civil War ( ) , ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877-Present) , A-292B, 446A-446B, 500A-500B SE/ Chapter 11 Industry and Growth ( ) 311, , ; Chapter 17 The Civil War ( ) , ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877-Present) , A-292B, 446A-446B, 500A-500B SE/ Chapter 11 Industry and Growth ( ) 311, , ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877-Present) , A-292B, 500A-500B SE/ Chapter 11 Industry and Growth ( ) 311, , ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877-Present) , A-292B, 500A-500B SE/ Chapter 11 Industry and Growth ( ) 311, , ; Chapter 17 The Civil War ( ) , ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877-Present) , A-292B, 446A-446B, 500A-500B 16

17 (e ) Investigate the factors that cause economic growth including investment in human resources (health, education, training) and investment in capital resources (factories, machinery, transportation, new technologies). SE/ Chapter 11 Industry and Growth ( ) 311, , ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877-Present) , A-292B, 500A-500B UNITED STATES HISTORY In the context of U.S. History through 1877, at the end of grade 8, students know and are able to do everything required at earlier grades and are able to: (ush ) Summarize the impact of the American Revolution on politics, the economy, and society. (ush ) analyze the purposes and debates of the Constitutional Conventional, and the ratification on the United States constitution, and the roles of key leaders in the writing and ratification of the United States Constitution. (ush ) Describe the effects of the presidencies of Washington, Adams, and Jefferson on the political system during their tenures. SE/ Chapter 6 The American Revolution , , , 168, , , A-158B SE/ Chapter 7 Creating a Republic ( ) , , , , , , ; Chapter 8 Civics Overview The Constitution at Work (1789- Present) , , , , , , 235, A-186B, 212A-212B SE/ Chapter 9 The New Republic Begins ( ) , , 249, , , , ; Chapter 10 The Age of Jefferson ( ) , , 269, , , , , A-242B, 264A-264B 17

18 (ush ) Analyze reasons for exploration and the acquisition of territories in the early national period. (ush ) Describe the economic and political roots of Manifest Destiny and how the concept influenced westward expansion of he nation. SE/ Chapter 11 Industry and Growth ( ) 311, , ; Chapter 12 Democracy in the Age of Jackson ( ) , , , , , 341, A-292B, 322A-322B SE/ Chapter 13 Westward Expansion ( ) , , , , , , , A-344B SOCIAL STUDIES SKILLS In the context of U.S. History through 1877, at the end of grade 8, students know and are able to do everything required at earlier grades and are able to: (mlo 1. 1) Construct various timelines of key events, people, and periods of the historic eras studied and explain how major events are related to each other. (mlo 1. 2) Find, evaluate, and organize information specific to social studies disciplines by reading, asking questions, investigating and observing. SE/ Time Lines: 2, 28, 58, 92, 130, 158, 186, 212, 242, 264, 292, 322, 344, 372, 396, 422, 446, 476, 500; Skills for Life, Reading a Time Line: 139 2A, 28A, 58A, 92A, 130A, 158A, 186A, 212A, 242A, 264A, 292A, 322A, 344A, 372A, 396A, 422A, 446A, 476A, 500A Lesson Planner SE/ Review and Activities: 26-27, 56-57, 90-91, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ; Skills for Life: 11, 40, 71, 104, 139, 181, 195, 227, 255, 273, 304, 334, 358, 380, 406, 441, 451, 489 2A-2B, 28A-28B, 58A-58B, 92A-92B, 130A- 130B, 158A-158B, 186A-186B, 212A-212B, 242A-242B, 264A-264B, 292A-293B, 322A- 322B, 344A-344B, 372A-372B, 396A-396B, 422A-422B, 446A-446B, 476A-476B, 500A- 500B 18

19 (mlo 1. 3) Find, evaluate, and organize primary and secondary sources of information including pictures, graphics, maps, atlases, artifacts, timelines, political cartoons, videotapes, journals, and government documents. Pose and answer questions about geographic distributions and patterns shown on maps, graphs, charts, models, and databases to explain historical migration of people, expansion and disintegration of empires, and growth of economic systems. SE/ Using Primary Sources: 27, 57, 91, 125, 157, 185, 211, 237, 263, 291, 317, 343, 371, 395, 417, 445, 475, 497; History Through Literature: , , , , ; Why Study History: 20, 54, 63, 115, 146, 167, 207, 234, 248, 268, 298, 340, 353, 391, 400, 437, 465, 494, 514; American Heritage Magazine History Happened Here: 34, 69, 122, 154, 196, 228, 285, 305, 357, 389, 442, 469, 509; Charts, Graphs, Diagrams: 2, 28, 71, 80, 92, 104, 113, 130, 158, 186, 191, 202, 210, 212, 215, 220, 226, 227, 236, 242, 247, 262, 264, 277, 292, 310, 322, 344, 372, 376, 385, 394, 396, 416, 422, 427, 440, 446, 450, 474, 476, 492, 502; Graphic Organizers: 5, 49, 87, 114, 153, 172, 181, 200, 223, 256, 282, 299, 330, 367, 390, 410, 426, 471, 484, 508; Skills for Life, Analyzing a Primary Source: 304; Source Readings in American History: ; Declaration of Independence: ; The Constitution of the United States: A-2B, 28A-28B, 58A-58, 92A-92B, 130A- 130B, 158A-158B, 186A-186B, 212A-212B, 242A-242B, 264A-264B, 292A-292B, 322A- 322B, 344A-344B, 372A-372B, 396A-396B, 422A-422B, 446A-446B, 476A-476B, 500A- 500B Booklet, Student Performance Pack SE/ Chapter 1 Focus on Geography (Prehistory- Chapter 3 A Meeting of Different Worlds ( ) 58-59, 60-62, 65-68, 69-72, 73-77, 90-91; Chapter 13 Westward Expansion ( ) , , , , , , ; Epilogue Linking Past to Present (1877-Present) , ; Geography Activities: 26, 56, 90, 124, 156, 184, 290, 316, 342, 370, 444, 496, 520; Geographic Atlas: A-2B, 58A-58B, 344A-344B, 500A-500B 19

20 (mlo 1. 5) Make decisions and analyze decisions of individuals, groups, and institutions in other times and places, and evaluate the consequences. (mlo 1. 6) Analyze problems drawn from social studies and evaluate information related to the problem, and propose and justify solutions. SE/ Review and Activities: 26-27, 56-57, 90-91, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ; Skills for Life: 11, 40, 71, 104, 139, 181, 195, 227, 255, 273, 304, 334, 358, 380, 406, 441, 451, 489 2A-2B, 28A-28B, 58A-58B, 92A-92B, 130A- 130B, 158A-158B, 186A-186B, 212A-212B, 242A-242B, 264A-264B, 292A-293B, 322A- 322B, 344A-344B, 372A-372B, 396A-396B, 422A-422B, 446A-446B, 476A-476B, 500A- 500B SE/ Review and Activities: 26-27, 56-57, 90-91, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ; Why Study History? 20, 54, 63, 115, 146, 167, 207, 234, 248, 268, 298, 340, 353, 391, 400, 437, 465, 494 2A-2B, 28A-28B, 58A-58B, 92A-92B, 130A- 130B, 158A-158B, 186A-186B, 212A-212B, 242A-242B, 264A-264B, 292A-293B, 322A- 322B, 344A-344B, 372A-372B, 396A-396B, 422A-422B, 446A-446B, 476A-476B, 500A- 500B 20

21 (mlo 1.7) Analyze issues by stating and summarizing the issue, evaluating different viewpoints, and drawing conclusions based on data. SE/ Review and Activities: 26-27, 56-57, 90-91, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ; Why Study History? 20, 54, 63, 115, 146, 167, 207, 234, 248, 268, 298, 340, 353, 391, 400, 437, 465, 494; Viewpoints: Source Reading in American History, pp ; Historical Documents, pp ; Skills for Life, Comparing Points of View, pp A-2B, 28A-28B, 58A-58B, 92A-92B, 130A- 130B, 158A-158B, 186A-186B, 212A-212B, 242A-242B, 264A-264B, 292A-293B, 322A- 322B, 344A-344B, 372A-372B, 396A-396B, 422A-422B, 446A-446B, 476A-476B, 500A- 500B (mlo 1.8) Explain why historic interpretations vary. SE/ Review and Activities: 26-27, 56-57, 90-91, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ; Why Study History? 20, 54, 63, 115, 146, 167, 207, 234, 248, 268, 298, 340, 353, 391, 400, 437, 465, 494; Viewpoints: Source Reading in American History, pp ; Historical Documents, pp ; Skills for Life, Comparing Points of View, pp A-2B, 28A-28B, 58A-58B, 92A-92B, 130A- 130B, 158A-158B, 186A-186B, 212A-212B, 242A-242B, 264A-264B, 292A-293B, 322A- 322B, 344A-344B, 372A-372B, 396A-396B, 422A-422B, 446A-446B, 476A-476B, 500A- 500B 21

22 (mlo 1.9) Evaluate the impact of social institutions and the print media on the behavior of individuals and groups. SE/ Chapter 4 The 13 English Colonies ( ) , 125; Chapter 9 The New Republic Begins ( ) 257, 260; Chapter 10 The Age of Jefferson ( ) 282; Chapter 15 An Era of Reform ( ) 404; Skills for Life, Distinguishing Fact From Opinion: 358, Analyzing Visual Evidence: 406, Interpreting a Political Cartoon: 489; Eyewitness Accounts, How I Became a Printer: ; The Federalist Papers: A-92B, 242A-242B, 264A-264B, 396A- 396B Booklet, Student Performance Pack 22

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