5 understand that history is a narrative told in many voices and expresses various perspectives of historical experience;
6 know that cultural elements, including language, literature, the arts, customs, and belief systems, reflect the ideas and attitudes of a specific time and know how the cultural elements influence human interaction;
3 recognize that historical understanding is relevant and valuable in the student's life and for participating in local, state, national, and global communities;
4 recognize the importance of time, ideas, institutions, people, places, cultures, and events in understanding large historical patterns; and
5 evaluate the influence of context upon historical understanding.
C A student should develop the skills and processes of historical inquiry.
1 use appropriate technology to access, retrieve, organize, and present historical information;
2 use historical data from a variety of primary resources, including letters, diaries, oral accounts, archaeological sites and artifacts, art, maps, photos, historical sites, documents, and secondary research materials, including almanacs, books, indices, and newspapers;