CI.5.2 Demonstrate respect for the rights of others in discussion and classroom debates.
CI.5.2.1 Participate in negotiating and compromising in the resolution of differences and conflict.
E.5.1 Examine the various types of resources required to provide goods and services.
E.5.1.1 Identify the major resources of the US to determine the major industries of those countries in relation to available resources.
E.5.1.2 Examine why certain products are manufactured in particular places, taking into account the weight, transportation availability, costs, and markets.
E.5.2 Explain how currently makes exchange easier by comparing a bartering economy to a currency-based economy.
E.5.2.1 Explore the characteristics of a traditional economy.
E.5.2.2 Examine products that are imported into markets within the US based on demand for these products, nothing how this affects the US economy.
E.5.2.3 Distinguish products that are exported from the US to other markets in the Western Hemisphere, noting how this affects the US economy.
E.5.2.4 Examine the meaning of unemployment, inflation, income, and economic growth in the economy.
CR.5 Civil Rights
CR.5.1 Identify ways that people in roles of power can influence people's rights and freedom.
CR.5.1.1 Examine at least one group of people, such as Native Americans, African Americans, women, or another cultural, ethic, or racial minority in the Western Hemisphere, who have struggled for equality and civil rights.
CR.5.2 Describe and explain traditions and contributions of various cultures.
CR.5.2.1 Define culture.
CR.5.2.2 Recognize ways people celebrate their diverse cultural heritage (literature, language, games, songs, dances, holidays, etc.).
CR.5.2.3 Analyze ways people celebrate their diverse cultural heritage.
G.5.1 Locate on a map the physical features of America prior to Exploration.
G.5.1.1 Identify major landforms and bodies of water.
G.5.1.2 Locate on a map of North and South America pre-Columbian civilizations according to geography.
G.5.2 Describe physical features of the environment.
G.5.2.1 Differentiate between land forms and bodies of water.
G.5.2.2 Identify how physical features impact communities.
G.5.2.3 Describe different ways physical environments may change over time (erosion, hurricanes, etc.).
G.5.3 Recognize maps, graphs, and other representations of the earth.
G.5.3.1 Create representations of the earth using technology, maps, and globes.
G.5.3.2 Identify cardinal and intermediate directions (e.g., north, northeast, northwest, southeast, southwest, east, and west).
G.5.3.3 Locate the Mississippi and the United States using maps and globes.
H.5.3 Describe reasons for colonization of North America.
H.5.3.1 Identify influential leaders and groups responsible for founding colonial settlements (e.g., John Smith, Virginia; Roger Williams, Rhode Island; William Penn, Pennsylvania; Lord Baltimore, Maryland; William Bradford, Plymouth; John Winthrop, Massachusetts).
H.5.3.2 Trace the development of democratic ideas and discuss the structure of colonial governments that influenced the early colonies (e.g., Magna Carta, Mayflower Compact, representative government, town meetings, rule of law, legislative bodies).
H.5.3.3 Demonstrate an understanding of colonial economic life and labor systems in the Americas (Triangular Trade, indentured servitude, enslaved and free Africans).
H.5.4.2 Identify key battles of the American Revolution (e.g., Lexington and Concord, Bunker Hill, Saratoga, Cowpens, and Yorktown).
H.5.4.3 Describe the roles and contributions of Thomas Jefferson, Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, Patrick Henry, Thomas Paine, George Washington, Haym Solomon, and supporters from other countries to the American cause.
H.5.4.4 Discuss the contributions of ordinary citizens, including African Americans and women, to the American Revolution.
H.5.4.5 Examine efforts to mobilize support for the American Revolution by the Minutemen, Committees of Correspondence, First Continental Congress, Sons of Liberty, boycotts, and the Second Continental Congress.
H.5.4.6 Cite reasons for colonial victory in the American Revolution.