SS.3.C.5 examine how rights and responsibilities of citizens are reflected in patriotic symbols, songs and holidays of the United States (e.g., the meaning of our flag's colors, the Pledge of Allegiance and the meaning of the words, the National Anthem, Veteran's Day and Memorial Day).
SS.3.E.3 sequence the path of a product from the raw material to the final product.
SS.3.E.4 use charts, maps and other data sources to correlate occupations with the economy and the available resources of a region (e.g., West Virginia has coal mining; Pennsylvania has steel mills; etc.).
SS.3.E.5 correlate competition for products with increases in advertising and changes in pricing.
SS.3.G.1 use global information systems to compare and contrast various types of maps (e.g., climate, resource, physical, political, road, etc.).
SS.3.G.2 distinguish between a continent, country, state and capital.
SS.3.G.3 label maps to demonstrate knowledge of map skills (e.g., label cardinal directions, intermediate directions, borders, continents, oceans, equator, Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn, North Pole, South Pole and Prime Meridian).
Determine the causes and effects of European exploration.
SS.3.H.CL2.1 chronologically organize major explorers and determine the reasons for their journeys (e.g., Marco Polo, Amerigo Vespucci, Christopher Columbus, John Cabot, Hernando Cotes, Balboa, Ponce de Leon, Sir Walter Raleigh, etc.)
SS.3.H.CL2.2 investigate the motives for exploration by the various European nations (e.g., England, Spain, France, Portugal, etc.).
SS.3.H.CL2.3 determine the information the explorers gained from their journeys.
SS.3.H.CL2.4 explain how the explorers travels impacted the Native Americans and the world.
West Virginia History
SS.3.WV.1 locate counties, county seats and bordering states on a West Virginia Map.