SS.Hist2.c.m Analyze how the historical context influenced the process or nature of the continuity or change that took place.
SS.Hist3 Wisconsin students will connect past events, people, and ideas to the present; use different perspectives to draw conclusions; and suggest current implications.
SS.Hist3.a.m Compare events from United States or world history to a current issue or event.
SS.Hist3.b.m Apply historical perspectives to describe differing viewpoints of current events.
SS.Hist3.c Current Implications
SS.Hist3.c.m Hypothesize the direction of current events and outcomes based on the past.
SS.Hist4 Wisconsin students will evaluate a variety of primary and secondary sources to interpret the historical context, intended audience, purpose, and/or author's point of view (Historical Methodology).
SS.Hist4.a Historical Context
SS.Hist4.a.m Explain how the historical context (situation) influences a primary or secondary source.
SS.Hist4.b Intended Audience
SS.Hist4.b.m Explain the significance of the intended audience of a primary or secondary source.
SS.Hist4.c.m Explain the significance of the intended purpose of a specific primary or secondary source.
SS.Hist4.d Point of View (POV)
SS.Hist4.d.m Explain how the POV of the author can influence the meaning of a primary or secondary source.