Recognizing Patterns of Continuity and Change
Students can identify sequence through days, weeks, months and years.
Demonstrate and understanding of chronology
Read and interpret information on a simple timeline
Identify the difference between past, present and future using timelines and/or other graphic representations
Identify and describe how geography and climate have influenced continuity and change over time.
Identify and explain how economic forces have influenced continuity and change over time.
Understanding Historical Interpretation
Identify a problem or dilemma surrounding an event
Identify fact and opinion
Identify fact, opinion, multiple points of view and primary sources
Distinguish between fact and opinion from multiple points of view, and primary sources as related to historical events.
Distinguish between and analyze: fact and opinion from multiple points of view, and primary sources as related to historical events.
Students can explain how to locate information
Identify sources of historical information
Apply sources of historical information
Conduct teacher guided inquiry on a specific topic
Identify a specific topic and develop questions related to that topic.
Summarize the findings of a research topic gained from multiple points of view and sources.
Studying Roles of Individuals in History
Students can identify American People related to holidays
Identify Americans who played a significant role in American History
Identify individuals and their contributions to the United States
Describe how immigration brought cultural changes to the United States.
Differentiate common characteristics of social, political, cultural and economic groups in PA and US history.
Explain the significance of the contributions made by individuals to colonial US history.
Studying Significance of Documents, Artifacts and Sites in History
Students can identify American symbols
Identify American landmarks and their significance
Identify American artifacts and their importance in American history
Identify and describe the significance of the U.S. Constitution
Identify and describe the significance of historical documents, artifacts and places significant to PA and US history.
Identify and explain the importance of historical documents, artifacts and insights which are critical to the history of colonial America.
Studying Roles of Conflict and Cooperation in History
Students can identify different cultures, languages and celebrations
Identify conflict and describe ways to cooperate with others
Describe examples of conflict and cooperation and cooperation in the classroom community
Identify how conflict is impacted by ethnicity and race, working conditions, immigration, and economics
Identify how working conditions brought about changes in the American workplace.
Distinguish between conflict and cooperation among groups and organizations that impacted history
- Ethnicity and Race
Examine patterns of conflict and cooperation among groups and organizations that impacted the history and development of colonial America.