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1 CURRICULUM MAP INTRODUCTION The Archdiocese of Cincinnati s 6th grade Social Studies curriculum serves as a basis for what all students should know and be able to do in order to become literate and equipped with knowledge for the 21 st century. The 6th grade Curriculum Map provides a framework to guide teachers with information and support for developing, implementing, and evaluating instruction directly aligned to The New Ohio Learning Social Studies Standards.

2 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit I Theme Introduction to Geography Chapter: A Geographer s World Lesson 1 Studying Geography EQ: How does geography help us understand our world? Catholic Identity EQ: How does studying our world help us understand the magnificence of its creation? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS G 6.1 Globes and other geographic tools can be used to The Study of Geography Geography gather, process, and report information about people, World Landscape places and environments. Cartographers decide People Social science which information to include and how it is displayed. Landscape Region SS G Describe how geographic information is available to Looking at the world in many Map communicate information from a spatial perspective. different ways Globe SS G Identify the kinds of maps and their purposes that Geographers tools for studying Digital Satellite tools cartographers create including the GIS. the planet Spatial perspective SS G Use appropriate maps, globes, and geographic tools to gather, process, and report information about people, places, and environments.

3 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit I Theme Introduction to Geography Chapter: A Geographer s World Lesson 2 Geography Themes and Essential Elements EQ: What two systems have geographers created to organize geographic studies? Catholic Identity EQ: How does Scripture teach us to hope and trust in others? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS G 6.2 Latitude and longitude can be used to identify The five themes of geography Absolute location absolute location. The six essential elements of Relative location SS G Use coordinates of latitude (including degrees of north geography Environment SS G and south) and longitude (including degrees of east and Longitude west) to identify absolute location of a given place. Latitude Describe a longitude point s position on Earth s surface in Equator relation to the Prime Meridian. Prime Meridian Parallels SS G Describe a latitude point s position on Earth s surface in Coordinates relation to the Equator. Google Earth SS G Use Google Earth to identify a place s absolute location.

4 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit I Theme Introduction to Geography Chapter: A Geographer s World Lesson 3 The Branches of Geography EQ: What are the two main Branches of geography and what are their main differences? Catholic Identity EQ: What qualities or traits make one a disciple of Jesus? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS G 6.3 Regions can be determined, classified and compared Physical geography Physical geography using various criteria (e.g., landform, climate, Human geography Human geography SS G population, cultural, or economic). Eratosthenes Cartography Use multiple criteria to determine, classify, and compare Meteorology regions of Asia. SS G Compare regional criteria across continents considering changes in those regions over time. SS G Research the following criteria of regions and investigate how it helps identify and organize surface area based on shared characteristics: Landforms Climate Natural Resource SS G 6.4 Variations among physical environments within the Eastern Hemisphere influence human activities. SS G SS G SS G Human activities also alter the physical environment. Analyze and give examples of how Human Activities develop in response to physical environments. Describe how humans adapt to the environment when the environment restricts human activity. Research and discuss examples of unintended consequences of human activities to natural habitat.

5 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit I Theme Introduction to Geography Chapter: Planet Earth Lesson1 Earth and the Sun s energy EQ: How do physical processes and features shape life on earth? How are day and night and seasons created by the Earth s movement? Catholic Identity EQ: How has the story of creation been passed along through the Bible? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS G 6.2 Latitude and longitude can be used to identify Energy from the sun Solar energy absolute location. Earth s movement Rotation SS G Use coordinates of latitude (including degrees of north The causation of Earth s Revolution SS G and south) and longitude (including degrees of east and seasons Latitude west) to identify absolute location of a given place. Tropics Describe a longitude point s position on Earth s surface in factor relation to the Prime Meridian. Planet s tilt SS G Axis Describe a latitude point s position on Earth s surface in Hemisphere relation to the Equator. SS G Use Google Earth to identify a place s absolute location.

6 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit I Theme Introduction to Geography Chapter: Planet Earth Lesson 2 Water on Earth EQ: What is the dominant feature on Earth s surface? Catholic Identity EQ: What significance does water have in the Catholic Church? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS G 6.3 Regions can be determined, classified and compared Earth s water supply Freshwater using various criteria (e.g., landform, climate, Earth s water cycle Glaciers population, cultural, or economic). The role of water in people s Surface water SS G Use multiple criteria to determine, classify, and compare lives Precipitation regions of Asia. Ground water SS G Compare regional criteria across continents considering Water vapor changes in those regions over time. Water cycle SS G Research the following criteria of regions and investigate how it helps identify and organize surface area based on shared characteristics: Landforms Climate Natural Resource Variations among physical environments within the SS G 6.4 Eastern Hemisphere influence human activities. Human activities also alter the physical environment. SS G Analyze and give examples how Human Activities develop in response to physical environments. SS G Describe how humans adapt to the environment when the environment restricts human activity. SS G Research and discuss examples of unintended consequences of human activities to natural habitat.

7 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit I Theme Introduction to Geography Chapter: Planet Earth Lesson 3 The Land EQ: What processes shape the surface of the Earth? Catholic Identity EQ: What processes shape your faith? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS G 6.3 Regions can be determined, classified and compared Landforms Landforms using various criteria (e.g., landform, climate, Results of forces below Continents population, cultural, or economic). Earth s surface Plate tectonics SS G Use multiple criteria to determine, classify, and compare Results of forces on the Lava regions of Asia. planet s surface Earthquakes SS G Compare regional criteria across continents considering Influence of landforms on Weathering changes in those regions over time. peoples lives and culture Erosion SS G Research the following criteria of regions and Ring of Fire investigate how it helps identify and organize surface Alfred Wegener area based on shared characteristics: Landforms Climate Natural Resource SS G 6.4 Variations among physical environments within the Eastern Hemisphere influence human activities. SS G SS G SS G Human activities also alter the physical environment. Analyze and give examples how Human Activities develop in response to physical environments. Describe how humans adapt to the environment when the environment restricts human activity. Research and discuss examples of unintended consequences of human activities to natural habitat.

8 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit I Theme Introduction to Geography Chapter: Climate Environment and Resources Lesson 1 Weather and Climate EQ: What five factors affect weather and climate? Catholic Identity EQ: Name some cultural factors that may affect different practices in the Catholic religion. Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS G 6.2 Latitude and longitude can be used to identify Weather, climate Weather absolute location. Precipitation Climate SS G 6.3 Regions can be determined, classified and compared Position of sun Prevailing winds using various criteria (e.g., landform, climate, Ocean currents population, cultural, or economic). Front SS G SS G SS G Use multiple criteria to determine, classify, and compare regions of Asia. Compare regional criteria across continents considering changes in those regions over time. Research the following criteria of regions and investigate how it helps identify and organize surface area based on shared characteristics: Landforms Climate Natural Resource

9 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit I Theme Introduction to Geography Chapter: Climate Environment and Resources Lesson 2 World Climates EQ: What are Earth s five major climate zones identifiers? Catholic Identity EQ: How does climate play a part in the story of creation? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS G 6.3 Regions can be determined, classified and compared Climate zones Monsoon using various criteria (e.g., landform, climate, Tropical climate Savannas population, cultural, or economic). Temperate climates Steppes SS G Use multiple criteria to determine, classify, and compare regions of Asia. Polar climates Permafrost SS G Compare regional criteria across continents considering changes in those regions over time. SS G Research the following criteria of regions and investigate how it helps identify and organize surface area based on shared characteristics: Landforms Climate Natural Resource SS G 6.4 Variations among physical environments within the Eastern Hemisphere influence human activities. SS G Human activities also alter the physical environment. Analyze and give examples how Human Activities develop in response to physical environments.

10 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit I Theme Introduction to Geography Chapter: Climate, Environment and Resources Lesson 3 Natural Environment EQ: How do plants, animals and the environment interact and affect one another? Catholic Identity EQ: How does practicing our faith make us interact and affect others? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS G 6.3 Regions can be determined, classified and compared Interconnection of Environment using various criteria (e.g., landform, climate, environment and life Ecosystem population, cultural, or economic). The importance of soil Habitat SS G Extinct Use multiple criteria to determine, classify, and compare regions of Asia. Humus SS G Compare regional criteria across continents considering Desertification changes in those regions over time. SS G Research the following criteria of regions and investigate how it helps identify and organize surface area based on shared characteristics: Landforms Climate Natural Resource Variations among physical environments within the SS G 6.4 Eastern Hemisphere influence human activities. Human activities also alter the physical environment. SS G Analyze and give examples how Human Activities develop in response to physical environments. SS G Describe how humans adapt to the environment when the environment restricts human activity. SS G Research and discuss examples of unintended consequences of human activities to natural habitat.

11 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit I Introduction to Geography Chapter: Theme Climate, Environment and Resources Lesson 4 Natural Resources EQ: List the many valuable uses that Earth s natural resources have and the way they affect people. Catholic Identity EQ: List the many valuable uses that faith has and how it affects mankind. Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS G 6.3 Regions can be determined, classified and compared Earthly valuable resources Natural resources using various criteria (e.g., landform, climate, Energy resources Renewable resources population, cultural, or economic). Mineral resources Nonrenewable resources SS G Use multiple criteria to determine, classify, and compare Resources contribution to a Deforestation regions of Asia. nation s wealth Reforestation SS E 6.1 Economists compare data sets to draw conclusions Fossil fuels about relationships among them. Hydroelectric power SS E Compare sets of data for international trade and population to draw conclusions to: exports imports natural resources oil reserves income birth rate SS E Create a chart to identify the geographic features of the country/ies comparing location, physical features, economic activities, imports/exports. Include: how countries capitalize on natural resources why certain countries specialize in certain products import only countries versus export only countries how countries utilize available resources compare/contrast a developed country with a developing country.

12 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit I Theme Introduction to Geography Chapter: The World s People Lesson 1 Culture EQ: What are the factors that change or modify peoples practices over time? Catholic Identity EQ: Name some changes made in the Catholic Church over the years or centuries. What caused these changes? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS H 6.2 Early civilizations (India, Egypt, China, Mesopotamia Culture Culture and Africa) with unique governments, economic Compare/contrast cultures Culture trait systems, social structures, religions technologies, and Changes in culture Culture region agricultural practices and products flourished as a Ethnic group result of favorable geographic characteristics. The Cultural diversity cultural practices and products of these early Cultural diffusion civilizations can be used to help understand the Eastern Hemisphere today. SS H Describe the religious beliefs that early civilizations developed to help explain the world around them. SS H SS H SS H Discuss the role that geography played in the development of early civilization. Research the establishment of social classes in early civilization. Using primary and secondary sources research and identify the development of unique attributes and enduring legacies of early civilization that are still practiced and reflected in cultural practices today.

13 GRADE Social Studies 6 Unit I Introduction to Geography Chapter: The World s People Science Lesson Theme 2 Population EQ: Why are population studies important to geography? Catholic Identity EQ: Why is it important to study the populations of Catholics? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS E 6.1 Economists compare data sets to draw conclusions Population patterns Population about relationships among them. Population statistics Population density SS E Compare sets of data for international trade and Measuring population change Birthrate population to draw conclusions to: Migration exports imports natural resources oil reserves income birth rate SS E Create a chart to identify the geographic features of the country/ies comparing location, physical features, economic activities, imports/exports. Include: how countries capitalize on natural resources why certain countries specialize in certain products import only countries versus export only countries how countries utilize available resources compare/contrast a developed country with a developing country.

14 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit I Theme Introduction to Geography Chapter: The World s People Lesson 3 Government & Economy EQ: Why do countries have different governments and different economies? Catholic Identity EQ: Why do some countries have a national religion? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS E 6.1 Economists compare data sets to draw conclusions Democracy Democracy about relationships among them. Monarchy Communism SS E Compare sets of data for international trade and Dictatorship Market economy population to draw conclusions to: Communism Command economy exports Worldly economic systems Gross domestic product imports World economic development (GDP) natural resources Developed countries oil reserves Developing countries income birth rate SS E SS E 6.2 Create a chart to identify the geographic features of the country/ies comparing location, physical features, economic activities, imports/exports. Include: how countries capitalize on natural resources why certain countries specialize in certain products import only countries versus export only countries how countries utilize available resources compare/contrast a developed country with a developing country. The choices people make have both present and future consequences. The evaluation of choices is relative and may differ across individuals and societies.

15 SS E SS E SS E SS GV 6.2 SS GV SS GV SS GV SS GV Explain how economic choices have a direct effect on economic consequences. Predict the present and future consequences of: personal economic choice collective economic choice Explain how and why individuals and societies may evaluate choices differently. Governments can be categorized as monarchies, theocracies, dictatorships, or democracies, but categories may overlap and labels may not accurately represent how governments function. The extent of citizens liberties and responsibilities varies according to limits of governmental authority. Identify and give examples of countries (yesterday and today) that have the following types of government: Monarchy Dictatorship Democracy Theocracy Discuss how power is attained and held in systems of government. Analyze the relationships between those governing and those being governed in systems of government. Explain how and why characteristics of government often overlap and can be inconsistent.

16 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit I Introduction to Geography Chapter: Theme The World s People Lesson 4 Global Connections EQ: How have global connections made cultural exchanges and trade easier with a more cooperative world? Catholic Identity EQ: How has the Vatican linked Catholic faith and practice across the world? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS GV 6.2 Governments can be categorized as monarchies, Globalization links Globalization theocracies, dictatorships, or democracies, but Universal cultures and trade Popular culture categories may overlap and labels may not accurately Global conflicts and crisis Interdependence represent how governments function. The extent of United Nations (UN) citizens liberties and responsibilities Humanitarian aid varies according to limits of governmental authority. SS GV Discuss how power is attained and held in systems of government. SS GV Analyze the relationships between those governing and those being governed in systems of government. SS GV Explain how and why characteristics of government often overlap and can be inconsistent. SS G 6.5 Political, environmental, social and economic factors cause people, products and ideas to move from place to place in the Eastern Hemisphere in the past and SS G today. Analyze the diffusion of cultures and give examples of how it has influenced the following: Religion Politics Environment Climate

17 SS G ARCHDIOCESE OF CINCINNATI SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM MAPPING Investigate how current migration patterns in the Eastern Hemisphere affect: Religious Freedoms Population Languages Cultures Discrimination Intolerance SS G 6.6 Modern cultural practices and products show the influence of tradition and diffusion including the impact of major world religions (Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam SS G SS G SS G SS G and Judaism). Describe how modern cultural practices and products in the Eastern Hemisphere have been influenced by both cultural traditions and diffusion. Using Primary and Secondary sources, research the cultural practices and products of the river civilizations and site evidence of their influence on modern culture practices and products Identify the geographic origins, founding leaders, and teachings of the following: Buddhism Christianity Hinduism Islam Judaism Produce evidence of the lasting influence of religious diffusion in the modern world. Include Catholicism.

18 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit II Southwest and Central Asia Chapter: Theme History of the Fertile Crescent Lesson 1 Geography of the Fertile Crescent EQ: What two rivers were the sites of the world s first civilization? Catholic Identity EQ: List the names of the rivers that are mentioned in the bible as the site of religious events. Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary The growth of civilization Fertile Crescent Fertile Crescent Silt Tigris River and Valley Irrigation Euphrates River and Valley Canals Surplus Division of labor SS H 6.2 Early civilizations (India, Egypt, China, Mesopotamia and Africa) with unique governments, economic systems, social structures, religions technologies, and agricultural practices and products flourished as a result of favorable geographic characteristics. The cultural practices and products of these early civilizations can be used to help understand the Eastern Hemisphere today. SS H SS H SS H Geographic conditions including locations in River Valleys promoted growth of early civilization. Describe the significance of River Valleys for: source of water habitat for plants and animals transportation protection access to natural resources trade farming population growth civilizations Using Primary and Secondary sources and a graphic organizer, research early civilizations (India, Egypt, and Mesopotamia) comparing the characteristics of civilizations. Describe and site examples of new technology in the River Valleys during early civilization.

19 SS H SS H Describe the religious beliefs that early civilizations developed to help explain the world around them. Discuss the role that geography played in the development of early civilization.

20 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit II Theme Southwest and Central Asia Chapter: The History of the Fertile Crescent Lesson 2 The Rise of Sumer EQ: Who developed the first civilization in Mesopotamia? Catholic Identity EQ: Describe how religion played a role in every part of the Sumerian society. Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS H 6.1 Events can be arranged in order of occurrence using the Sumerians Sumer conventions of B.C. and A.D. or B.C.E. and C.E. World s first advanced City state SS H Recognize and explain the following terms: society Empire B.C. Sumerian Society Polytheism A.D. The role of religion in the Priests B.C.E. Sumerian society C.E. Social hierarchy SS H 6.2 Early civilizations (India, Egypt, China, Mesopotamia and Africa) with unique governments, economic systems, social structures, religions technologies, and agricultural practices and products flourished as a result of favorable geographic characteristics. The cultural practices and products of these early civilizations can be used to help understand the Eastern SS H Hemisphere today. Geographic conditions including locations in River Valleys promoted growth of early civilization. Describe the significance of River Valleys for: source of water habitat for plants and animals transportation protection access to natural resources trade farming population growth civilizations

21 SS H SS G 6.5 SS G SS G SS G ARCHDIOCESE OF CINCINNATI SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM MAPPING Using Primary and Secondary sources and a graphic organizer, research early civilizations (India, Egypt, and Mesopotamia) comparing the characteristics of civilizations. Political, environmental, social and economic factors cause people, products and ideas to move from place to place in the Eastern Hemisphere in the past and today. Discuss and give reasons for why the people in the Eastern Hemisphere move from place to place. Analyze the diffusion of cultures and give examples of how it has influenced the following: Religion Politics Environment Climate Investigate how current migration patterns in the Eastern Hemisphere affect: Religious Freedoms Population Languages Cultures Discrimination Intolerance SS G 6.4 Variations among physical environments within the Eastern Hemisphere influence human activities. Human SS G SS G SS G 6.6 activities also alter the physical environment. Analyze and give examples how Human Activities develop in response to physical environments. Describe how humans adapt to the environment when the environment restricts human activity. Modern cultural practices and products show the influence of tradition and diffusion including the impact of major world religions (Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism).

22 SS G SS G SS G SS G Describe how modern cultural practices and products in the Eastern Hemisphere have been influenced by both cultural traditions and diffusion. Using Primary and Secondary sources, research the cultural practices and products of the river civilizations and site evidence of their influence on modern culture practices and products Identify the geographic origins, founding leaders, and teachings of the following: Buddhism Christianity Hinduism Islam Judaism Produce evidence of the lasting influence of religious diffusion in the modern world. Include Catholicism.

23 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit II Theme Southwest and Central Asia Chapter: History of the Fertile Crescent Lesson 3 Sumerian Achievements EQ: Describe the advances that Sumerians made that helped their society develop. Catholic Identity EQ: Why were temples and ziggurats important places for early civilization? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS H 6.1 Events can be arranged in order of occurrence using the World s first writing system Cuneiform conventions of B.C. and A.D. or B.C.E. and C.E. Sumerian advances and Pictograph SS H Recognize and explain the following terms: inventions Scribe B.C. The development of art Epics A.D. Architecture B.C.E. Ziggurat C.E. SS H Construct a multi-tiered timeline arranging events is a chronological order. Include events that occurred during: B.C. A.D. B.C.E. C.E. SS H Create a timeline that spans from 2000B.C.E. to 2017C.E. Select notable historic and religious events from other countries, continents, and America. SS H 6.2 Early civilizations (India, Egypt, China, Mesopotamia and Africa) with unique governments, economic systems, social structures, religions technologies, and agricultural practices and products flourished as a result of favorable geographic characteristics. The cultural practices and products of these early civilizations can be used to help understand the Eastern Hemisphere today.

24 SS H SS H SS H SS H Geographic conditions including locations in River Valleys promoted growth of early civilization. Describe the significance of River Valleys for: source of water habitat for plants and animals transportation protection access to natural resources trade farming population growth civilizations Using Primary and Secondary sources and a graphic organizer, research early civilizations (India, Egypt, and Mesopotamia) comparing the characteristics of civilizations. Describe and site examples of new technology in the River Valleys during early civilization. Describe the religious beliefs that early civilizations developed to help explain the world around them. SS H SS H SS H Discuss the role that geography played in the development of early civilization. Research the establishment of social classes in early civilization. Using primary and secondary sources, research and identify the development of unique attributes and enduring legacies of early civilization that are still practiced and reflected in cultural practices today. SS G 6.5 Political, environmental, social and economic factors cause people, products and ideas to move from place to place in the Eastern Hemisphere in the past and today. SS G Discuss and give reasons for why the people in the Eastern Hemisphere move from place to place.

25 SS G SS G SS G 6.6 SS G SS G SS G SS G ARCHDIOCESE OF CINCINNATI SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM MAPPING Analyze the diffusion of cultures and give examples of how it has influenced the following: Religion Politics Environment Climate Investigate how current migration patterns in the Eastern Hemisphere affect: Religious Freedoms Population Languages Cultures Discrimination Intolerance Modern cultural practices and products show the influence of tradition and diffusion including the impact of major world religions (Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism). Describe how modern cultural practices and products in the Eastern Hemisphere have been influenced by both cultural traditions and diffusion. Using Primary and Secondary sources, research the cultural practices and products of the river civilizations and site evidence of their influence on modern culture practices and products Identify the geographic origins, founding leaders, and teachings of the following: Buddhism Christianity Hinduism Islam Judaism Produce evidence of the lasting influence of religious diffusion in the modern world. Include Catholicism.

26 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit II Theme Southwest and Central Asia Chapter: History of the Fertile Crescent Lesson 4 Later Peoples of the Fertile Crescent EQ: Name and describe cultures that ruled parts of the Fertile Crescent after the Sumerians. Catholic Identity EQ: How did early civilization play a part in creating religious customs? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS H 6.1 Events can be arranged in order of occurrence using the Babylonians Babylon conventions of B.C. and A.D. or B.C.E. and C.E. Babylonian Law Hammurabi s code Change of culture in Fertile Chariot SS H Recognize and explain the following terms: Crescent Alphabet B.C. Phoenicians Hittites A.D. Beginning of trade Kassites B.C.E. King Nebuchadnezzar Assyrian C.E. Hanging gardens Chaldeans SS H Construct a multi-tiered timeline arranging events is a B.C. chronological order. Include events that occurred during: A.D. B.C. A.D. B.C.E. B.C.E. C.E. C.E. SS H Create a timeline that spans from 2000B.C.E. to 2017C.E. Select notable historic and religious events from other countries, continents, and America. SS H 6.2 Early civilizations (India, Egypt, China, Mesopotamia and Africa) with unique governments, economic systems, social structures, religions technologies, and agricultural practices and products flourished as a result of favorable geographic characteristics. The cultural practices and products of these early civilizations can be used to help understand the Eastern Hemisphere today.

27 SS H SS H SS H SS H Geographic conditions including locations in River Valleys promoted growth of early civilization. Describe the significance of River Valleys for: source of water habitat for plants and animals transportation protection access to natural resources trade farming population growth civilizations Using Primary and Secondary sources and a graphic organizer, research early civilizations (India, Egypt, and Mesopotamia) comparing the characteristics of civilizations. Describe and site examples of new technology in the River Valleys during early civilization. Describe the religious beliefs that early civilizations developed to help explain the world around them. SS H SS H SS H Discuss the role that geography played in the development of early civilization. Research the establishment of social classes in early civilization. Using primary and secondary sources, research and identify the development of unique attributes and enduring legacies of early civilization that are still practiced and reflected in cultural practices today. SS G 6.5 Political, environmental, social and economic factors cause people, products and ideas to move from place to place in the Eastern Hemisphere in the past and today. SS G Discuss and give reasons for why the people in the Eastern Hemisphere move from place to place.

28 SS G SS G SS G 6.6 SS G SS G SS G SS G Analyze the diffusion of cultures and give examples of how it has influenced the following: Religion Politics Environment Climate Investigate how current migration patterns in the Eastern Hemisphere affect: Religious Freedoms Population Languages Cultures Discrimination Intolerance Modern cultural practices and products show the influence of tradition and diffusion including the impact of major world religions (Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism). Describe how modern cultural practices and products in the Eastern Hemisphere have been influenced by both cultural traditions and diffusion. Using Primary and Secondary sources research the cultural practices and products of the river civilizations and site evidence of their influence on modern culture practices and products. Identify the geographic origins, founding leaders, and teachings of the following: Buddhism Christianity Hinduism Islam Judaism Produce evidence of the lasting influence of religious diffusion in the modern world. Include Catholicism.

29 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit II Theme Southwest and Central Asia Chapter: Judaism and Christianity Lesson 1 Origins of Judaism EQ: Who were responsible for forming a great kingdom in Israel and started a religion called Judaism? Catholic Identity EQ: What factors forced the Israelites move from settlement to settlement? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS H 6.1 Events can be arranged in order of occurrence using the Canaan Judaism conventions of B.C. and A.D. or B.C.E. and C.E. Early history of Jews Canaan SS H Recognize and explain the following terms: Romans Exodus B.C. Abraham Monotheism A.D. Jewish beliefs Torah B.C.E. C.E. Torah Rabbis SS H Construct a multi-tiered timeline arranging events is a Laws and principles of Israelites chronological order. Include events that occurred during: Judaism B.C. B.C. Traditions celebrated by A.D. A.D. Jewish people B.C.E. B.C.E. Jewish Holy Days C.E. C.E. SS H Create a timeline that spans from 2000B.C.E. to 2017C.E. Select notable historic and religious events from other countries, continents, and America. SS H 6.2 Early civilizations (India, Egypt, China, Mesopotamia and Africa) with unique governments, economic systems, social structures, religions technologies, and agricultural practices and products flourished as a result of favorable geographic characteristics. The cultural practices and products of these early civilizations can be used to help understand the Eastern Hemisphere today. SS H Describe the religious beliefs that early civilizations developed to help explain the world around them.

30 SS G 6.5 Political, environmental, social and economic factors cause people, products and ideas to move from place to place in the SS G SS G SS G Eastern Hemisphere in the past and today. Discuss and give reasons for why the people in the Eastern Hemisphere move from place to place. Analyze the diffusion of cultures and give examples of how it has influenced the following: Religion Politics Environment Climate Investigate how current migration patterns in the Eastern Hemisphere affect: Religious Freedoms Population Languages Cultures Discrimination Intolerance SS G 6.6 Modern cultural practices and products show the influence of tradition and diffusion including the impact of major world religions SS G SS G SS G SS G (Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism). Describe how modern cultural practices and products in the Eastern Hemisphere have been influenced by both cultural traditions and diffusion. Using Primary and Secondary sources, research the cultural practices and products of the river civilizations and site evidence of their influence on modern culture practices and products Identify the geographic origins, founding leaders, and teachings of the following: Buddhism Christianity Hinduism Islam Judaism Produce evidence of the lasting influence of religious diffusion in the modern world. Include Catholicism.

31 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit II Theme Southwest and Central Asia Chapter: Judaism and Christianity Lesson 2 Origins of Christianity EQ: What is the base of Christianity? Catholic Identity EQ: What are the major differences between Judaism and Christianity? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS H 6.1 Events can be arranged in order of occurrence using the Christianity Messiah conventions of B.C. and A.D. or B.C.E. and C.E. Jesus s teachings Christianity SS H Recognize and explain the following terms: Jesus s followers Bible B.C. The spread of Bethlehem A.D. Christianity Resurrection B.C.E. C.E. Roman Empire 400 Disciples SS H Construct a multi-tiered timeline arranging events is a chronological Saint order. Include events that occurred during: B.C. B.C. A.D. A.D. B.C.E. B.C.E. C.E. C.E. SS H Create a timeline that spans from 2000B.C.E. to 2017C.E. Select notable historic and religious events from other countries, continents, and America. SS G 6.4 Variations among physical environments within the Eastern Hemisphere influence human activities. Human activities SS G SS G SS G also alter the physical environment. Analyze and give examples how Human Activities develop in response to physical environments. Describe how humans adapt to the environment when the environment restricts human activity. Research and discuss examples of unintended consequences of human activities to natural habitat.

32 SS G 6.5 Political, environmental, social and economic factors cause people, products and ideas to move from place to place in SS G SS G the Eastern Hemisphere in the past and today. Analyze the diffusion of cultures and give examples of how it has influenced the following: Religion Politics Environment Climate Investigate how current migration patterns in the Eastern Hemisphere affect: Religious Freedoms Population Languages Cultures Discrimination Intolerance SS G 6.6 Modern cultural practices and products show the influence of tradition and diffusion including the impact of major world religions (Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam SS G SS G SS G SS G and Judaism). Describe how modern cultural practices and products in the Eastern Hemisphere have been influenced by both cultural traditions and diffusion. Using Primary and Secondary sources, research the cultural practices and products of the river civilizations and site evidence of their influence on modern culture practices and products Identify the geographic origins, founding leaders, and teachings of the following: Buddhism Christianity Hinduism Islam Judaism Produce evidence of the lasting influence of religious diffusion in the modern world. Include Catholicism.

33 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit II Theme Southwest and Central Asia Chapter: Judaism and Christianity Lesson 3 The Byzantine Empire EQ: Why did the Roman Empire slip? What factors made the eastern Roman Empire prosper? What factors made the western Roman Empire fall? Catholic Identity EQ: How has the practice of Catholicism managed to survive over the centuries? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS G 6.2 Latitude and longitude can be used to identify Constantinople Constantinople absolute location. Eastern emperors Byzantine Empire SS G Use Google Earth to identify a place s absolute New eastern society formed Mosaics location. Byzantine Christianity SS G 6.3 Regions can be determined, classified and compared using various criteria (e.g., landform, climate, population, cultural, or economic). SS G Use multiple criteria to determine, classify, and compare regions of Asia. SS G Compare regional criteria across continents considering changes in those regions over time. SS G 6.4 Variations among physical environments within the Eastern Hemisphere influence human activities. Human activities also alter the physical environment. SS G Analyze and give examples how Human Activities develop in response to physical environments. SS G Describe how humans adapt to the environment when the environment restricts human activity. SS G Research and discuss examples of unintended consequences of human activities to natural habitat. SS G 6.5 Political, environmental, social and economic factors cause people, products and ideas to move from place to place in the Eastern Hemisphere in the past and today. SS G Discuss and give reasons for why the people in the Eastern Hemisphere move from place to place.

34 SS G SS G SS G 6.6 SS G SS G SS G Analyze the diffusion of cultures and give examples of how it has influenced the following: Religion Politics Environment Climate Investigate how current migration patterns in the Eastern Hemisphere affect: Religious Freedoms Population Languages Cultures Discrimination Intolerance Modern cultural practices and products show the influence of tradition and diffusion including the impact of major world religions (Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism). Describe how modern cultural practices and products in the Eastern Hemisphere have been influenced by both cultural traditions and diffusion. Using Primary and Secondary sources, research the cultural practices and products of the river civilizations and site evidence of their influence on modern culture practices and products. Identify the geographic origins, founding leaders, and teachings of the following: Buddhism Christianity Hinduism Islam Judaism

35 SS G SS GV 6.1 SS GV SS GV 6.2 SS GV Produce evidence of the lasting influence of religious diffusion in the modern world. Include Catholicism. Different perspectives on a topic can be obtained from a variety of historic and contemporary sources. Sources can be examined for accuracy. Using historic and contemporary sources form a student discussion group to reflect, analyze and discuss specific viewpoints or perspectives on a given historic topic. Governments can be categorized as monarchies, theocracies, dictatorships, or democracies, but categories may overlap and labels may not accurately represent how governments function. The extent of citizens liberties and responsibilities varies according to limits of governmental authority. Identify and give examples of countries (yesterday and today) that have the following types of government: Monarchy Dictatorship Democracy Theocracy

36 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit II Southwest and Central Asia Chapter: Theme History of the Islamic World Lesson 1 Origin of Islam EQ: What is Islam and who introduced Islam? Where was Islam introduced? Catholic Identity EQ: Who introduced Catholicism? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS H 6.1 Events can be arranged in order of occurrence using the Arabia Mecca conventions of B.C. and A.D. or B.C.E. and C.E. Nomadic life Islam SS H Recognize and explain the following terms: Sedentary life Muslim B.C. Islam Qur an A.D. Muhammad Medina B.C.E. Mosque C.E. Nomadic SS H Construct a multi-tiered timeline arranging events is a Sedentary chronological order. Include events that occurred during: Muhammad B.C. Arabia A.D. B.C.E. Prophet C.E. Desert SS H Create a timeline that spans from 2000B.C.E. to 2017C.E. Oases Select notable historic and religious events from other countries, continents, and America. SS G 6.6 Modern cultural practices and products show the influence of tradition and diffusion including the impact of major world religions (Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism). SS G Describe how modern cultural practices and products in the Eastern Hemisphere have been influenced by both cultural traditions and diffusion.

37 SS G SS G SS G Using Primary and Secondary sources research the cultural practices and products of the river civilizations and site evidence of their influence on modern culture practices and products. Identify the geographic origins, founding leaders, and teachings of the following: Buddhism Christianity Hinduism Islam Judaism Produce evidence of the lasting influence of religious diffusion in the modern world. Include Catholicism.

38 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit II Theme Southwest and Central Asia Chapter: History of the Islamic World Lesson 2 Islamic Beliefs and Practices EQ: What sacred texts guide Muslims in their religion and daily lives? Catholic Identity EQ: What sacred texts guide Catholics in their religion and daily lives? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS G 6.5 Political, environmental, social and economic factors cause Qur an Jihad people, products and ideas to move from place to place in the Sunnah Sunnah Eastern Hemisphere in the past and today. Islamic Law Five Pillars of Islam SS G Discuss and give reasons for why the people in the Eastern Hemisphere move from place to place. Explicity SS G Analyze the diffusion of cultures and give examples of how it Implicit has influenced the following: Hajj Religion Shariah Politics Environment Climate SS G Investigate how current migration patterns in the Eastern Hemisphere affect: Religious Freedoms Population Languages Cultures Discrimination Intolerance SS G 6.6 Modern cultural practices and products show the influence of tradition and diffusion including the impact of major world religions (Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism).

39 SS G SS G SS G SS G ARCHDIOCESE OF CINCINNATI SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM MAPPING Describe how modern cultural practices and products in the Eastern Hemisphere have been influenced by both cultural traditions and diffusion. Using Primary and Secondary sources research the cultural practices and products of the river civilizations and site evidence of their influence on modern culture practices and products. Identify the geographic origins, founding leaders, and teachings of the following: Buddhism Christianity Hinduism Islam Judaism Produce evidence of the lasting influence of religious diffusion in the modern world. Include Catholicism. SS H 6.1 Events can be arranged in order of occurrence using the SS H SS H SS H conventions of B.C. and A.D. or B.C.E. and C.E. Recognize and explain the following terms: B.C. A.D. B.C.E. C.E. Construct a multi-tiered timeline arranging events is a chronological order. Include events that occurred during: B.C. A.D. B.C.E. C.E. Create a timeline that spans from 2000B.C.E. to 2017C.E. Select notable historic and religious events from other countries, continents, and America.

40 GRADE 6 Social Studies Science Unit II Southwest and Central Asia Chapter: Theme History of the Islamic World Lesson 3 Muslim Empires EQ: What three large Muslim empires formed after the early spread of Islam? Catholic Identity EQ: What is the significance of the number three in the Catholic religion? Standard Description Content Focus Academic Vocabulary SS H 6.1 Events can be arranged in order of occurrence using the Spread of Islam Caliph conventions of B.C. and A.D. or B.C.E. and C.E. Islamic trade Tolerance SS H Construct a multi-tiered timeline arranging events is a Muslim control of Europe, Baghdad chronological order. Include events that occurred during: Asia and Africa Corodoba B.C. Janissaries A.D. Istanbul B.C.E. Esfahan C.E. SS H Create a timeline that spans from 2000B.C.E. to 2017C.E. Select notable historic and religious events from other countries, continents, and America. SS G 6.5 Political, environmental, social and economic factors cause people, products and ideas to move from place to place in the Eastern Hemisphere in the past and today. SS G SS G Discuss and give reasons for why the people in the Eastern Hemisphere move from place to place. Analyze the diffusion of cultures and give examples of how it has influenced the following: Religion Politics Environment Climate

41 SS G ARCHDIOCESE OF CINCINNATI SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM MAPPING Investigate how current migration patterns in the Eastern Hemisphere affect: Religious Freedoms Population Languages Cultures Discrimination Intolerance SS G 6.6 Modern cultural practices and products show the influence of tradition and diffusion including the impact of major world religions (Buddhism, Christianity, SS G SS G SS G SS G Hinduism, Islam and Judaism). Describe how modern cultural practices and products in the Eastern Hemisphere have been influenced by both cultural traditions and diffusion. Using Primary and Secondary sources research the cultural practices and products of the river civilizations and site evidence of their influence on modern culture practices and products. Identify the geographic origins, founding leaders, and teachings of the following: Buddhism Christianity Hinduism Islam Judaism Produce evidence of the lasting influence of religious diffusion in the modern world. Include Catholicism. SS GV 6.2 Governments can be categorized as monarchies, theocracies, dictatorships, or democracies, but categories may overlap and labels may not accurately represent how governments function. The extent of citizens liberties and responsibilities varies according to limits of governmental authority.

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