DT.1.1.B Explain connections between historical context and peoples' perspectives at the time in American history.
DT.1.1.C With assistance, develop a research plan, identify appropriate resources for investigating social studies topics and create a research product which applies an aspect of American history prior to c. 1870 to a contemporary issue.
DT.1.1.D Using an inquiry lens, develop compelling questions about American history prior to 1870, to determine helpful resources and consider multiple points of views represented in the resources.
DT.1.1.E Analyze the causes and consequences of a specific problem in American history prior to c. 1870 as well as the challenges and opportunities faced by those trying to address the problem.
DT.3.1.C Locate major cities of Missouri, the United States, and the world; states of the United States and key world nations; the world's continents, and oceans; and major topographical features of the United States.
KCU.2.3.G Examine elections, issues, laws, and events of this time period to explain how the concepts of judicial review, elastic clause, and an amendment process were established or used to meet challenges.
KCU.2.4.A Trace the expansion of voting rights and patterns and explain how it impacted elections and political movements.
KCU.2.4.B Analyze landmark Supreme Court cases to determine the effect on the definition and expansion of federal power.
KCU.5.2.A Analyze the religious., cultural, political and intellectual developments of Spanish, Portuguese, British and French regions to explain the development of diverse cultures throughout the Americas.
KCU.5.2.B Analyze the religious, cultural, and intellectual developments of the European colonies to explain the development of regionalism and an American identity.