SS:CV:6:1.1 Apply the ideals and principles of the American system of government to historic and contemporary examples, e.g. , individual rights and responsibilities, minority rights, or equality of opportunity and equal protection under the law.
SS:EC:6:3.1 Describe gross domestic product and its components, e.g., the difference between imports and exports.
SS:EC:6:3.2 Recognize the effects of inflation on people under different circumstances, e.g., limited resources including food, fuel or housing.
SS:GE:1 The World in Spatial Terms
SS:GE:6:1.1 Translate mental maps into appropriate graphics to display geographic information and answer geographic questions, e.g., countries through which a person would travel between Cairo and Nairobi.
SS:GE:6:1.2 Apply the spatial concepts of location, distance, direction, scale, movement, and region, e.g., the relative and absolute location of the student's community, or the diffusion of the English language to the United States.
SS:GE:6:5.3 Appreciate how characteristics of different physical environments provide opportunities human activities or place constraints on human activities, e.g., winter sports tourism or annual flood patterns.