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1 Revised February 15, 2017 I-C-1 I-A-1* I-D-1* II-E-2* Describe and compare the characteristics of Describe the relationships among ancient Organize information by sequencing, Describe, locate, and compare different the ancient civilizations of Egypt, and civilizations of the world (e.g., scientific categorizing, identifying cause-and-effect settlement patterns throughout the world. Mesopotamia, and explain the importance of discoveries, architecture, politics, cultures, and relationships, comparing and contrasting, their contributions to later civilizations, to religious systems) and their connection to the finding the main idea, summarizing, making II-E-3* include: early development of New Mexico. generalizations and predictions, drawing Explain how cultures create a cultural landa. significance of river valleys; inferences and conclusions. scape, locally and throughout the world, and b. early irrigation and its impact on II-A-1* how these landscapes change over time. agriculture; Identify the location of places using latitude I-D-2* c. forms of government (e.g., the theocracies and longitude. Identify different points of view about an issue in Egypt); or topic. d. effect on world economies and trade; II-C-1* e. key historical figures; Compare and contrast the influences of man- I-D-3* f. religious traditions, cultural, and scientific made and natural environments upon ancient Use a decision-making process to identify a contributions (e.g., writing systems, civilizations. situation that requires a solution; gather calendars, building of monuments such as information, identify options, predict the pyramids). II-D-1* consequences, and take action to implement Describe how physical processes shape the that solution. II-B-1 environmental patterns of air, land, water, Explain how places change due to human plants, and animals. II-A-2* activity. Draw complex and accurate maps from memory IV-C-1* and interpret them to answer questions about II-B-3 Compare and contrast the trade patterns of the location of physical features. Identify a region by its formal, functional, or early civilizations. perceived characteristics. II-B-2* I-C-4* Explain how places and regions serve as IV-C-2 Describe major religions of the world to cultural symbols and explore the influences Analyze the impact of the Neolithic agricultural include Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, and effects of regional symbols. revolution on mankind and the impact of Christianity and Islam (e.g., founding leaders, technological changes in the Bronze Age and traditions, customs, beliefs). II-E-1* the Iron Age. Explain how human migration impacted II-F-1* places, societies, and civilizations. Understand how resources impact daily life. *Denotes recurring standard.

2 Revised February 15, 2017 I-C-2 I-C-5 II-A-1* II-A-2* Describe and analyze the geographic, Compare and contrast the geographic, Identify the location of places using latitude Draw complex and accurate maps from memory political, economic, religious, and social political, economic, and social characteristics and longitude. and interpret them to answer questions about structures of early civilizations of India, to of the Ancient Greek civilization and II-C-1* the location of physical features. include: their enduring impacts on later civilizations, Compare and contrast the influences of man- II-B-2* a. location and description of the river to include: made and natural environments upon ancient Explain how places and regions serve as systems and other topographical features a. influence of Mediterranean geography on civilizations. cultural symbols and explore the influences that supported the rise of this civilization; the development and expansion of the II-D-1* and effects of regional symbols. b. significance of the Aryan invasions; civilizations; Describe how physical processes shape the II-E-1* c. structure and function of the caste system; b. development of concepts of government environmental patterns of air, land, water, Explain how human migration impacted d. important aesthetic and intellectual and citizenship (e.g., democracy); plants, and animals. places, societies, and civilizations. traditions (e.g., Sanskrit literature, c. scientific and cultural advancements IV-C-1* II-E-2* medicine, metallurgy, mathematics including (e.g., art, architecture, literature, theater, Compare and contrast the trade patterns of Describe, locate, and compare different Hindu-Arabic numerals and the number philosophy); early civilizations. settlement patterns throughout the world. zero). d. contributions and roles of key figures (e.g., I-C-4* II-E-3* Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, and Alexander the Describe major religions of the world to Explain how cultures create a cultural land- I-C-3 Great); include Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, scape, locally and throughout the world, and Describe and analyze the geographic, Christianity and Islam (e.g., founding leaders, how these landscapes change over time. political, economic, religious, and social III-A-1 traditions, customs, beliefs). structures of the early civilizations in China, to Describe the concept of democracy as II-F-1* include: developed by the Greeks, and compare the Understand how resources impact daily life. a. location and description of the origins of evolution of democracies throughout the world. I-D-1* Chinese civilizations in the Huang-He III-C-1 Organize information by sequencing, Valley, Shang dynasty; Explain how Greek societies expanded categorizing, identifying cause-and-effect b. geographical features of China that made and advanced the role of citizen. relationships, comparing and contrasting, governance and movement of ideas and III-C-2 finding the main idea, summarizing, making goods difficult and served to isolate the Identify historical origins of democratic forms of generalizations and predictions, drawing country; government (e.g., early civilizations, Native inferences and conclusions. c. life of Confucius and the fundamental American governments). I-D-2* teachings of Confucianism and Taoism; I-A-1* Identify different points of view about an issue d. rule by dynasties (e.g., Shang, Qin, Han, Describe the relationships among ancient or topic. Tang, and Ming); civilizations of the world (e.g., scientific e. historical influence of China on other parts discoveries, architecture, politics, cultures, and I-D-3* of the world (e.g., tea, paper, wood block religious systems) and their connection to the Use a decision-making process to identify a printing, compass, gunpowder). early development of New Mexico. situation that requires a solution; gather information, identify options, predict consequences, and take action to implement that solution.

3 Revised February 15, 2017 I-C-5 I-C-6 II-D-1* I-D-3* Compare and contrast the geographic, Compare and contrast the political and Describe how physical processes shape the Use a decision-making process to identify a political, economic, and social characteristics economic events and the social and environmental patterns of air, land, water, situation that requires a solution; gather of the, Ancient Roman, Ottoman, geographic characteristics of Medieval plants, and animals. information, identify options, predict Indian, Arabic, African, and Middle Eastern European life and its enduring impacts on later consequences, and take action to implement civilizations and their enduring impacts on civilizations, to include: that solution. later civilizations, to include: a. creation and expansion of the Byzantine IV-C-1* a. influence of Mediterranean geography on empire; Compare and contrast the trade patterns of the development and expansion of the b. reasons for the fall of the Roman empire; early civilizations. II-A-2* civilizations; c. new forms of government, feudalism, and Draw complex and accurate maps from memory b. development of concepts of government the beginning of limited government with and interpret them to answer questions about and citizenship (e.g., democracy, republics, the Magna Carta; I-C-4* the location of physical features. codification of laws, Code of Hammurabi); d. role of the Roman Catholic Church and its Describe major religions of the world to c. scientific and cultural advancements monasteries; causes, course, and effects of include Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, (e.g., networks of roads, aqueducts, art, the Crusades; Christianity and Islam (e.g., founding leaders, II-B-2* architecture, literature, theater, philosophy); e. impact of the Black Plague; traditions, customs, beliefs). Explain how places and regions serve as d. contributions and roles of key figures (e.g., f. contributions and roles of key figures (e.g., cultural symbols and explore the influences Julius Caesar, and Augustus). Charlemagne, Joan of Arc, Marco Polo). and effects of regional symbols. II-F-1* Understand how resources impact daily life. III-A-2 I-A-1* II-E-1* Describe the concept of republic as developed Describe the relationships among ancient Explain how human migration impacted by the Romans and compare to other civilizations of the world (e.g., scientific I-D-1* places, societies, and civilizations. republican governments. discoveries, architecture, politics, cultures, and Organize information by sequencing, religious systems) and their connection to the categorizing, identifying cause-and-effect early development of New Mexico. relationships, comparing and contrasting, II-E-2* III-C-1 finding the main idea, summarizing, making Describe, locate, and compare different Explain how Roman societies expanded generalizations and predictions, drawing settlement patterns throughout the world. and advanced the role of citizen. II-A-1* inferences and conclusions. Identify the location of places using latitude and longitude. II-E-3* III-D-1 I-D-2* Explain how cultures create a cultural land- Understand that the nature of citizenship Identify different points of view about an issue scape, locally and throughout the world, and varies among societies. II-C-1* or topic. how these landscapes change over time. Compare and contrast the influences of manmade and natural environments upon ancient civilizations.

4 Revised February 15, 2017 I-B-1 IV-B-3 II-F-1* II-E-2* Explain and describe the origins, obstacles, Understand the role that "factors of Understand how resources impact daily life. Describe, locate, and compare different and impact of the Age of Exploration, to production" play in a society's economy (e.g., settlement patterns throughout the world. include: natural resources, labor, capital, I-D-1* - improvements in technology (e.g., the clock, entrepreneurs). Organize information by sequencing, II-E-3* sextant, work of Prince Henry the categorizing, identifying cause-and-effect Explain how cultures create a cultural land- Navigator); I-A-1* relationships, comparing and contrasting, scape, locally and throughout the world, and - voyages of Columbus to the New World and Describe the relationships among ancient finding the main idea, summarizing, making how these landscapes change over time. the later searches for the Northwest civilizations of the world (e.g., scientific generalizations and predictions, drawing passage; discoveries, architecture, politics, cultures, and inferences and conclusions. - introduction of disease and the resulting religious systems) and their connection to the population decline, especially among early development of New Mexico. I-D-2* indigenous peoples; Identify different points of view about an issue - exchanges of technology, ideas, II-A-1* or topic. agricultural products and practices. Identify the location of places using latitude and longitude. I-D-3* III-B-1 Use a decision-making process to identify a Describe the significance of leadership in II-C-1* situation that requires a solution; gather democratic societies and provide examples of Compare and contrast the influences of man- information, identify options, predict local, national, international leadership, to made and natural environments upon ancient consequences, and take action to implement include: civilizations. that solution. - qualities of leadership; - names and contributions of New Mexico II-D-1* II-A-2* leaders; Describe how physical processes shape the Draw complex and accurate maps from memory - names and contributions of national leaders. environmental patterns of air, land, water, and interpret them to answer questions about plants, and animals. the location of physical features. IV-A-1 Explain and predict how people respond IV-C-1* II-B-2* to economic and intrinsic incentives. Compare and contrast the trade patterns of Explain how places and regions serve as early civilizations. cultural symbols and explore the influences IV-B-1 and effects of regional symbols. Describe the characteristics of traditional, I-C-4* command, market, and mixed economic Describe major religions of the world to II-E-1* systems. include Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Explain how human migration impacted Christianity and Islam (e.g., founding leaders, places, societies, and civilizations. IV-B-2 traditions, customs, beliefs). Explain how different economic systems affect the allocation of resources.

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