5 Students will analyze the exchange of goods and services and the role of producers, consumers, and government in the market place.
E.5.6.1 Analyze ways division of labor and specialization affected the development of civilizations
Production and Consumption
E.5.6.2 Analyze ways human, natural, and capital resources were organized to produce and deliver goods and services in early civilizations to 1500 C.E. (e.g., caravans, public works projects, Silk Road, trade routes)
G.10.6.2 Analyze effects of environmental and cultural characteristics on the distribution and movement of people, goods, and ideas in various regions of the world using multiple sources of information (e.g., push-pull-factors)
G.10.6.3 Analyze the impact of global population shifts in various eras and regions (e.g., Bantu migration, urbanization)
11 Students will compare global places and regions and the connections between them.
Changing Spatial Patterns
G.11.6.1 Compare ways spatial patterns of economic activities in a place change over time because of interactions with nearby and distant places
H.13.6.4 Construct arguments about characteristics necessary for a civilization using multiple sources (e.g., writing systems, government, religion, specialization of labor, technology, economic systems, education)
H.13.6.5 Comp are characteristics, contributions, and achievements of early river valley civilizations
H.13.6.15 Analyze the global influence and impact of the achievements and perspectives of various individuals (e.g., Gutenberg, Joan of Arc, Niccolo Machiavelli, Saladin, Sundiata Keita, Mansa Musa, Genghis Khan