SOC.6-8.CS.1: History-Social Science
Students explain how major events are related to one another in time.
SOC.6-8.CS.2: History-Social Science
Students construct various time lines of key events, people, and periods of the historical era they are studying.
SOC.6-8.CS.3: History-Social Science
Students use a variety of maps and documents to identify physical and cultural features of neighborhoods, cities, states, and countries and to explain the historical migration of people, expansion and disintegration of empires, and the growth of economic systems.
SOC.6-8.HR.1: History-Social Science
Students frame questions that can be answered by historical study and research.
SOC.6-8.HR.3: History-Social Science
Students distinguish relevant from irrelevant information, essential from incidental information, and verifiable from unverifiable information in historical narratives and stories.
SOC.6-8.HI.1: History-Social Science
Students explain the central issues and problems from the past, placing people and events in a matrix of time and place.
SOC.7.WH.7.6.1: History-Social Science
Study the geography of the Europe and the Eurasian land mass, including its location, topography, waterways, vegetation, and climate and their relationship to ways of life in Medieval Europe.
SOC.7.WH.7.6.2: History-Social Science
Describe the spread of Christianity north of the Alps and the roles played by the early church and by monasteries in its diffusion after the fall of the western half of the Roman Empire.
SOC.7.WH.7.6.3: History-Social Science
Understand the development of feudalism, its role in the medieval European economy, the way in which it was influenced by physical geography (the role of the manor and the growth of towns), and how feudal relationships provided the foundation of political order.
SOC.7.WH.7.6.4: History-Social Science
Demonstrate an understanding of the conflict and cooperation between the Papacy and European monarchs (e.g., Charlemagne, Gregory VII, Emperor Henry IV).
SOC.7.WH.7.6.5: History-Social Science
Know the significance of developments in medieval English legal and constitutional practices and their importance in the rise of modern democratic thought and representative institutions (e.g., Magna Carta, parliament, development of habeas corpus, an independent judiciary in England).
SOC.7.WH.7.6.6: History-Social Science
Discuss the causes and course of the religious Crusades and their effects on the Christian, Muslim, and Jewish populations in Europe, with emphasis on the increasing contact by Europeans with cultures of the Eastern Mediterranean world.
SOC.7.WH.7.6.7: History-Social Science
Map the spread of the bubonic plague from Central Asia to China, the Middle East, and Europe and describe its impact on global population.
SOC.7.WH.7.6.8: History-Social Science
Understand the importance of the Catholic church as a political, intellectual, and aesthetic institution (e.g., founding of universities, political and spiritual roles of the clergy, creation of monastic and mendicant religious orders, preservation of the Latin language and religious texts, St. Thomas Aquinas's synthesis of classical philosophy with Christian theology, and the concept of "natural law").
SOC.7.WH.7.6.9: History-Social Science
Know the history of the decline of Muslim rule in the Iberian Peninsula that culminated in the Reconquista and the rise of Spanish and Portuguese kingdoms.
SOC.9-12.CS.3: History-Social Science
Students use a variety of maps and documents to interpret human movement, including major patterns of domestic and international migration, changing environmental preferences and settlement patterns, the frictions that develop between population groups, and the diffusion of ideas, technological innovations, and goods.
SOC.9-12.HR.4: History-Social Science
Students construct and test hypotheses; collect, evaluate, and employ information from multiple primary and secondary sources; and apply it in oral and written presentations.
SOC.9-12.HI.1: History-Social Science
Students show the connections, causal and otherwise, between particular historical events and larger social, economic, and political trends and developments.
SOC.9-12.HI.3: History-Social Science
Students interpret past events and issues within the context in which an event unfolded rather than solely in terms of present-day norms and values.
SOC.9-12.HI.4: History-Social Science
Students understand the meaning, implication, and impact of historical events and recognize that events could have taken other directions.
SOC.9-12.HI.5: History-Social Science
Students analyze human modifications of landscapes and examine the resulting environmental policy issues.
SS.A.1.3.2: Social Studies
knows the relative value of primary and secondary sources and uses this information to draw conclusions from historical sources such as data in charts, tables, graphs.
SS.A.1.3.3: Social Studies
knows how to impose temporal structure on historical narratives.
SS.A.2.3.2: Social Studies
knows how major historical developments have had an impact on the development of civilizations.
SS.A.2.3.3: Social Studies
understands important technological developments and how they influenced human society.
SS.A.2.3.4: Social Studies
understands the impact of geographical factors on the historical development of civilizations.
SS.A.2.3.5: Social Studies
knows significant historical leaders who shaped the development of early cultures (e.g., military, political, and religious leaders in various civilizations).
SS.A.2.3.6: Social Studies
knows the major events that shaped the development of various cultures
SS.A.2.3.7: Social Studies
knows significant achievements in art and architecture in various urban areas and communities to the time of the Renaissance
SS.A.2.3.8: Social Studies
knows the political, social, and economic institutions that characterized the significant aspects of Eastern and Western civilizations
SOC.6.SS.6.W.1.1: Social Studies
Use timelines to identify chronological order of historical events.
SOC.6.SS.6.W.1.3: Social Studies
Interpret primary and secondary sources.
SOC.6.SS.6.W.1.4: Social Studies
Describe the methods of historical inquiry and how history relates to the other social sciences.
SOC.6.SS.6.W.1.5: Social Studies
Describe the roles of historians and recognize varying historical interpretations (historiography).
SOC.6.SS.6.W.1.6: Social Studies
Describe how history transmits culture and heritage and provides models of human character.