SS:CV:2 Structure and Function of United States and New Hampshire Government
SS:CV:8:2.1 Define the organization and responsibilities of federal government that are set forth in the New Hampshire Constitution, the United States Constitution and their amendments, e.g., Separation of Powers, Division of Powers, or the Bill of Rights.
SS:CV:8:2.2 Compare and contrast the structure and major responsibilities and services of government at the local, state, and federal levels as set forth in the New Hampshire Constitution and the United States Constitution, e.g., taxation, transportation, or education.
SS:CV:8:2.4 Explain the legislative and political processes by which a bill becomes a law or government policy is established at the local, state, and federal levels, e.g., citizen petitions or conference committees.
SS:EC:8:6.6 Evaluate sources of investment information, and describe how to buy and sell investments.
SS:EC:8:6.7 Discuss the importance of taking responsibility for personal financial decisions.
SS:EC:8:6.8 Design a plan for earning, spending, saving, and investing.
SS:GE:1 The World in Spatial Terms
SS:GE:8:1.1 Compare relative advantages and disadvantages of using maps, globes, aerial and other photographs, satellite-produced images, and models to solve geographic problems, e.g., the Mercator projections versus Robinson projections.
SS:HI:8:2.4 Analyze the extent to which democratic ideals, economic motives and empire building have influenced United States foreign policy in events and policies, e.g., the Louisiana Purchase or the Marshall Plan.
SS:HI:3 World Views and Value systems and their Intellectual and Artistic Expressions
SS:HI:8:3.1 Explain how art, music and literature often reflect and/or influence major ideas, values and conflicts of particular time periods, e.g., manifest destiny, protest movements, or freedom of expression.
SS:HI:4 Economic Systems & Technology
SS:HI:8:4.1 Explore how economic interactions have occurred on an increasingly global scale, e.g., the Triangular Trade or multinational corporations.