C.SS.7.1 Classify and compare various forms of government through the Age of Imperialism (e.g., democracy, republic, absolute monarchy, constitutional monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, theocracy and parliamentary system).
C.SS.7.2 Recognize and examine patriotism and nationalism.
C.SS.7.3 Compare and contrast the roles, rights and responsibilities of free men, women, children, slaves and foreigners across time in various civilizations. (e.g., ancient civilizations, medieval times, and nation states).
E.SS.7.10 Trace how the emergence of traditional economies led to the development of mercantilism and the rise of the middle class.
E.SS.7.11 Examine and draw conclusions about how the effects of natural and human events influence an economy (e.g., environmental disasters, diseases and war).
E.SS.7.12 Research and investigate how natural resources impact the economy.
G.SS.7.13 Use correct geographic terminology (e.g., absolute and relative location, latitude, longitude, equator, prime meridian, time zones and physical features of the earth) to draw conclusions about information on a variety of maps, graphs and charts.
G.SS.7.14 Identify, locate, and draw conclusions about information on a variety of maps (e.g., seven continents, bodies of water, countries, cities, climate regions, transportation routes and natural resources).
H.SS.7.19.b Identify the contributions and influences of ancient civilizations and categorize the factors that led to their fall (e.g., philosophy, architecture, civics, literature, the arts, science and mathematics).