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for instruction assessment,Skill Focus and Exemplars. and intervention, Essential Understandings Essential Knowledge Instructions for linking to a. Suggested Resource for entire,Google Doc,year USA Studies Weekly. USI 2 The student will interpret maps globes photographs pictures or tables to. a locate the seven continents and five oceans, b locate and describe major geographic regions of North America Coastal Plain Appalachian Mountains Canadian Shield. Interior Lowlands Great Plains Rocky Mountains Basin and Range and Coastal Range. c locate major water features and explain their importance to the early history of the United States Great Lakes Mississippi. River Missouri River Ohio River Columbia River Colorado River Rio Grande St Lawrence River Atlantic Ocean Pacific. Ocean and Gulf of Mexico and, d recognize key geographic features on maps diagrams and or photographs.
USI 2a Continents Locate the seven continents and Resources. North America five oceans Google Earth,Continents are large land South America. masses surrounded by water Africa 1b Analyzing and interpreting. Asia geographic information to,Australia determine patterns and trends in. Antarctica United States history ex GIS,Europe satellite images maps globes. Note Europe is considered a themes of geography location. continent even though it is not place region,entirely surrounded by water The. Q land mass is frequently called,Atlantic Ocean,Pacific Ocean.
Arctic Ocean 1d Using evidence to draw,Indian Ocean conclusions and make. Southern Ocean generalizations ex Pangea,1j Investigating and researching. to develop products orally and in, USI 2b Geographic regions locations Locate and describe major Resources. and physical characteristics geographic regions of North Google Earth. Geographic regions have Coastal Plain America Coastal Plain Regions Foldable. distinctive characteristics Located along the Appalachian Mountains Canadian. Atlantic Ocean and Gulf Shield Interior Lowlands Great. of Mexico Plains Rocky Mountains Basin,Broad lowlands and Range and Coastal Range. providing many,excellent harbors 1b Analyzing and interpreting.
Appalachian Mountains geographic information to, Located west of the determine patterns and trends in. Coastal Plain extending United States history ex GIS. from eastern Canada to satellite images maps globes. western Alabama themes of geography location,includes the Piedmont place region. Old eroded mountains,oldest mountain range,in North America. Canadian Shield,Wrapped around the,Hudson Bay in a. horseshoe shape,Hills worn by erosion,and hundreds of lakes.
carved by glaciers,Interior Lowlands,Located west of the. Appalachian Mountains,and east of the Great,Rolling flatlands with. many rivers broad river,valleys and grassy hills,Great Plains. Located west of the,Interior Lowlands and,east of the Rocky. Flat lands that gradually,increase in elevation,westward grasslands.
Rocky Mountains, Located west of the 1j Investigating and researching. Great Plains and east of to develop products orally and in. the Basin and Range writing,Rugged mountains,stretching from Alaska. almost to Mexico high,elevations,Contains the Continental. Divide which,determines the,directional flow of rivers. Basin and Range,Located west of the,Rocky Mountains and.
east of the Coastal,Varying elevations,containing isolated. mountain ranges and,Death Valley the lowest,point in North America. Coastal Range,Located along the,Pacific Coast stretching. from California to,Rugged mountains and,fertile valleys. Includes the Sierra,Nevada and the, USI 2c Major bodies of water Locate major water features and.
Oceans Atlantic Pacific explain their importance to the. The United States has access Rivers Mississippi early history of the United States. to numerous and varied bodies Missouri Ohio Columbia Great Lakes Mississippi River. of water Colorado Rio Grande St Missouri River Ohio River. Lawrence River Columbia River Colorado River, Bodies of water support Lakes Great Lakes Rio Grande St Lawrence River. interaction among regions form Gulf Gulf of Mexico Atlantic Ocean Pacific Ocean. borders and create links to and Gulf of Mexico,other areas Trade transportation. exploration and settlement 1b Analyzing and interpreting. The Atlantic Pacific and geographic information to. Gulf coasts of the United determine patterns and trends in. States have provided United States history ex GIS, access to other parts of satellite images maps globes. the world themes of geography location,The Atlantic Ocean served place region. as the highway for,explorers early settlers,and later immigrants.
The Ohio River was the,gateway to the west prior,to the Louisiana Purchase. Inland port cities grew in 1c Analyze changes in population. the Midwest along the over time ex population boom. Great Lakes along the Great Lakes,The Mississippi and. Missouri rivers were used 1d Point of view chart ex. to transport farm and Somebody Americans wanted,industrial products They to transport goods but. were links to United States transportation over land was slow. ports and other parts of so what waterways were used. the world to carry the goods more quickly,The Columbia River was. explored by Lewis and 1f Cause and effect relationships. Clark ex because people wanted to, The Colorado River was ship goods port cities grew up.
explored by the Spanish along the Great Lakes,The Rio Grande forms part. of the border with Mexico,The Pacific Ocean was an. early exploration,destination as a route to, The Gulf of Mexico 1j Investigating and researching. provided the French and to develop products orally and in. Spanish with exploration writing,routes to Mexico and other. parts of America,The St Lawrence River,forms part of the.
northeastern border with,Canada and connects the,Great Lakes to the Atlantic. USI 2d Key geographic features Recognize key geographic Resources. features on maps diagrams Google Earth, It is important to recognize key Water related and or photographs. geographic features on maps Lakes, diagrams and or photographs Rivers 1b Analyzing and interpreting. Tributaries geographic information to, Landforms and water features Gulfs and bays determine patterns and trends in. set the stage for and influence United States history ex GIS. the course of events in United satellite images maps globes. States history Land related themes of geography location. Mountains place region,Peninsulas,Geographic features are related.
patterns of trade,the locations of cities and,the westward frontier. agricultural and fishing,industries,1j Investigating and researching. to develop products orally and in, USI 3 The student will apply social science skills to understand how early cultures developed in North America by. a describing how archaeologists have recovered material evidence of ancient settlements including Cactus Hill in Virginia. b locating where the American Indians lived with emphasis on the Arctic Inuit Northwest Kwakiutl Plains Lakota. Southwest Pueblo and Eastern Woodlands Iroquois and. c describing how the American Indians used the resources in their environment. USI 3a Archaeologists study human Describe how archaeologists have. behavior and cultures of the past recovered material evidence of. Archaeology is the through the recovery and analysis ancient settlements including. interpretation of material of artifacts Cactus Hill in Virginia. evidence remaining from past, human activity Scientists are not in agreement 1a Analyze and interpret artifacts. about when and how people first and primary and secondary. Archaeological discoveries of arrived in the Western sources to understand American. early Indian settlements have Hemisphere Indian settlements ex. been made in southeastern photographs of artifacts from. Virginia Cactus Hill is located on the ancient settlements maps. Nottoway River in southeastern, Virginia Evidence that humans 1b Analyzing and interpreting.
lived at Cactus Hill as early as geographic information to. 18 000 years ago makes it one of determine patterns and trends in. the oldest archaeological sites in United States history ex GIS. North America satellite images maps globes,themes of geography location. place region,1c Interpreting charts graphs,and pictures to determine. characteristics of people places,or events in United States history. ex analyze changes in,population over time using,photographs maps artifacts etc. 1j Investigating and researching,to develop products orally and in.
USI 3b American Indians lived in all areas Locate where the American. of North America Indians lived with emphasis on, Prior to the arrival of the Arctic Inuit Northwest. Europeans American Indians Inuit inhabited present day Kwakiutl Plains Lakota. were dispersed across the Alaska and northern Canada Southwest Pueblo and Eastern. different environments in North They lived in Arctic areas where Woodlands Iroquois. America the temperature is below freezing,much of the year 1b Analyzing and interpreting. Kwakiutl homeland includes the geographic information to. Pacific Northwest coast determine patterns and trends in. characterized by a rainy mild United States history ex GIS. climate satellite images maps globes, Lakota people inhabited the themes of geography location. interior of the United States place region,called the Great Plains which is. characterized by dry grasslands,Pueblo tribes inhabited the.
Southwest in present day New,Mexico and Arizona where they. lived in desert areas and areas,bordering cliffs and mountains. Iroquois homeland includes,northeast North America called. the Eastern Woodlands which is,heavily forested,Members of these tribes live in. their homelands and in many,other areas of North America.
1j Investigating and researching,to develop products orally and in. USI 3c In the past American Indians Describe how the American. fished hunted and grew crops for Indians used the resources in. Geography and Climate food They made clothing from their environment. affected how the various animal skins and plants They. American Indian groups met constructed shelters from 1a Analyze and interpret artifacts. their basic needs resources found in their and primary and secondary. environment e g sod stones sources to understand American. Resources influenced what was animal skins wood Indian settlements ex. produced and how it was photographs of artifacts from. produced Types of resources ancient settlements maps. Natural resources Things, that come directly from 1b Analyzing and interpreting. nature geographic information to, Human resources People determine patterns and trends in. working to produce goods United States history ex GIS. and services satellite images maps globes, Capital resources Goods themes of geography location. produced and used to place region,make other goods and.
services 1d Using evidence to draw,conclusions and make. Natural resources The fish generalizations ex Somebody. American Indians caught wild the Kwakiutl wanted to survive. animals they hunted and crops but they had limited resources. they grew were examples of so what they used things in. natural resources their environment for food shelter. Human resources People who and clothing,fished made clothing and hunted. animals were examples of human 1e Compare and contrast. resources perspectives ex compare and, Capital resources The canoes contrast two American Indian. bows and spears American groups environment and use of. Indians made were examples of resources,capital resources. 1f Determining relationships with,multiple causes or effects in.
United States history ex,because American Indians had. different environments they had,different resources available to. them and thus developed different,1j Investigating and researching. to develop products orally and in, USI 4 The student will apply social science skills to understand European exploration in North America and West Africa by. a describing the motivations for obstacles to and accomplishments of the Spanish French Portuguese and English. explorations, b describing cultural and economic interactions between Europeans and American Indians that led to cooperation and.
conflict with emphasis on the American Indian and European concept of land and. c identifying the location and describing the characteristics of West African societies Ghana Mali and Songhai and their. interactions with traders, USI 4a Motivations for the explorations Describe the motivations for. Economic Gold natural obstacles to and Champlain Map. Major European countries were resources and trade accomplishments of the Spanish. in competition to extend their Religious Spread French Portuguese and English. Champlain video, power into North America and Christianity Competitions explorations. claim the land as their own for empire and belief in. superiority of own culture Champlain mini bio video. Obstacles to the explorations,Poor maps and, navigational tools 1a Analyze and interpret artifacts. Grade 5 United States History to 1865 Students will use skills for historical and geographical analysis to explore the early history of the United States and understand ideas and events that strengthened the union The standards for this course relate to the history of the United States from pre Columbian times until 1865 Students

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