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SS.3.C.1. Students will identify and explain the following commonly-held American democratic values, principles and beliefs: SS.3.C.1.a. Diversity Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Immigration
SS.3.C.1.d. Community service
SS.3.C.2. Students will determine the need for government and compare and contrast the following forms: tribal, monarchy, and democracy.
SS.3.C.3. Students will investigate significant cultural contributions of various groups creating our multicultural society. Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Immigration
SS.3.C.4. Students will examine historical conflicts and their resolutions (e.g., conflict between Native Americans and Explorers, Boston Tea Party and Civil Rights Movement). Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Civil War
SS.3.C.5. Students will examine how rights and responsibilities of citizens are reflected in patriotic symbols, songs and holidays of the United States (e.g., the meaning of our flag’s colors, the Pledge of Allegiance and the meaning of the words, the National Anthem, Veteran’s Day and Memorial Day).
SS.3.C.6. Students will participate in a local service project and discover the importance of working together and how participation leads to improvement in the lives of individuals, as well as communities.
SS.3.G.1. Students will use global information systems to compare and contrast various types of maps (e.g., climate, resource, physical, political, road, etc.). Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Map Skills
SS.3.G.10. Students will obtain information from appropriate types of maps, globes, charts, graphs and timelines in a research project (e.g., political, physical and historical). Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Map Skills Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Time Lines
SS.3.G.2. Students will distinguish between a continent, country, state and capital.
SS.3.G.3. Students will label maps to demonstrate knowledge of map skills (e.g., label cardinal directions, intermediate directions, borders, continents, oceans, equator, Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn, North Pole, South Pole and Prime Meridian). Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Map Skills
SS.3.G.4. Students will using a grid system, locate specific points on a map and explain the use of lines of latitude and longitude. Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Map Skills
SS.3.G.6. Students will use a map scale to determine the distance between two given points. Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Map Skills
SS.3.G.7. Students will recognize, define and illustrate world geographic features (e.g., peninsulas, islands, mountains, canyons, plateaus, mesas, harbors, gulfs, rivers, deserts, forests, valleys and plains). Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Landmarks
SS.3.G.8. Students will compare and contrast regions of the United States in regard to plant and animal life, landforms, climate and human interactions with the environment. Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Landmarks
SS.3.G.9. Students will create a legend to identify the path of major explorers and chart those journeys on a world map (e.g., Marco Polo, Christopher Columbus, John Cabot, Hernando Cortes and Sir Walter Raleigh). Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Time Lines
SS.3.H.CL1. Examine the settlement of North America by Native Americans. SS.3.H.CL1.1. Students will illustrate the spread of the Native American population into the various regions of North America.
SS.3.H.CL1.2. Students will determine settlement patterns based on natural resources.
SS.3.H.CL1.3. Students will explain how Native American groups adapted to geographic factors of a given region.
SS.3.H.CL1.4. Students will compare and contrast the cultures of the different Native American groups (e.g., source of food, clothing, shelter and products used).
SS.3.H.CL1.5. Students will make historical inferences by analyzing artifacts and illustrations.
SS.3.H.CL1.6. Students will analyze the Native American interactions with others (e.g., other Native American groups, explorers and settlers).
SS.3.H.CL2. Determine the causes and effects of European exploration. SS.3.H.CL2.1. Students will chronologically organize major explorers and determine the reasons for their journeys (e.g., Marco Polo, Amerigo Vespucci, Christopher Columbus, John Cabot, Hernando Cortes, Balboa, Ponce de Leon, Sir Walter Raleigh, etc.). Quiz, Flash Cards, Worksheet, Game & Study Guide Time Lines
SS.3.H.CL2.3. Students will determine the information the explorers gained from their journeys.
SS.3.H.CL2.4. Students will explain how the explorers travels impacted the Native Americans and the world.