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Grade 3 History Expectations
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EraTime PeriodLesson PlanOnline Activity
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H3 History of Michigan (Through Statehood)
Use historical thinking to understand the past.
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3 - H3.0.1 Identify questions historians ask in examining the past in Michigan (e.g., What happened? When
did it happen? Who was involved? How and why did it happen?)
Gabriel Richard: A Father of Education in Detroit
Sep/Oct 2015
v2n1Settlement1805-1837X
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3 - H3.0.1Learning from the Numbers
Nov/Dec 2015
v2n2Territorial to Industrialization1805-1950
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3 - H3.0.1Michigan at War (Activity)
Nov/Dec 2015
v2n2Territorial to Industrialization1805-1950XX
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3 - H3.0.1This Land is My Land (Lesson)
Mar/Apr 2016
v2n4Settlement to Statehood/Mining1805-2000X
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3 - H3.0.1Working the Line
Jan/Feb 2017
v3n3Industrialization to Modern1900-2000
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3 - H3.0.1Hidden History
Jan/Feb 2017
v3n3Mississippian to Modern900-2000
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3 - H3.0.2 Explain how historians use primary and secondary sources to answer questions about the past.Is It a Primary Source or a Secondary Source?
Mar/Apr 2015
v1n1Industrialization1900-1950X
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3 - H3.0.2Journals—Writing to Remember
Nov/Dec 2015
v2n2Industrialization1900-1950X
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3 - H3.0.2Maps—A Changing Art
Jan/Feb 2016
v2n3Exploration1600-1800X
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3 - H3.0.2This Land is My Land
Mar/Apr 2016
v2n4Settlement to Statehood/Mining1805-2000X
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3 - H3.0.2Recipe for Learning
Nov/Dec 2016
v3n2Exploration to Modern1600-2000X
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3 - H3.0.2The Not So Open Road
Jan/Feb 2017
v3n3Industrialization to Modern1900-2000
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3 - H3.0.2Hidden History
Jan/Feb 2017
v3n3Mississippian to Modern900-2000
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3 - H3.0.2Learning from Lyrics
Mar/Apr 2017
v3n4NANA
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3 - H3.0.2Buyer Beware
May/Jun 2017
v3n5NANA
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3 - H3.0.3 Describe the causal relationships between three events in Michigan’s past (e.g., Erie Canal, more
people came, statehood).
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3 - H3.0.4 Draw upon traditional stories of American Indians (e.g., Anishinaabeg - Ojibway (Chippewa), Odawa (Ottawa), Potawatomi; Menominee; Huron Indians) who lived in Michigan in order to make generalizations about their beliefs.The Land of the Crooked Tree
Jan/Feb 2016
v2n3Mississippian900-1600XX
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3 - H3.0.4 The Place Where Food Grows on Water
Mar/Apr 2016
v2n4Mississippian900-1600
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3 - H3.0.4 Sacred Sugar
Nov/Dec 2015
v3n2Mississippian to Modern900-2000X
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3 - H3.0.4 Powwows: Celebrating Through Song and Dance
May/Jun 2017
v3n5Woodland to Modern1000 B.C.E- 2000
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3 - H3.0.5 Use informational text and visual data to compare how American Indians and settlers in the early history of Michigan adapted to, used, and modified their environment.
Who Were the Coureur de Bois?
Mar/Apr 2015
v1n1Exploration1600-1800XX
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3 - H3.0.5A Path and Some "Points" of History
Mar/Apr 2015
v1n1Paleo/Archaic11,000 B.C.E.-1,000 B.C.E.X
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3 - H3.0.5The Salty Mitten
May/Jun 2015
v1n2Paleo/Archaic11,000 B.C.E.-1,000 B.C.E.X
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3 - H3.0.5One-Room Schools
Sep/Oct 2015
v2n1Settlement to Industrialization1805-1950X
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3 - H3.0.5Gabriel Richard: A Father of Education in Detroit
Sep/Oct 2015
v2n1Settlement1805-1837X
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3 - H3.0.5Hands-on Education
Sep/Oct 2015
v2n1Mississippian to Exploration900-1800X
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3 - H3.0.5The Land of the Crooked Tree
Jan/Feb 2016
v2n3Mississippian to Statehood/Mining900-1900XX
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3 - H3.0.5Learning Games
May/Jun 2016
v2n5Mississippian to Statehood/Mining900-1900
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3 - H3.0.5 Sacred Sugar
Nov/Dec 2015
v3n2Mississippian to Modern900-2000X
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3 - H3.0.5 Naturally Sweet
Nov/Dec 2016
v3n2Exploration to Modern1600-2000X
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3 - H3.0.5 Old Trails, New Roads
Jan/Feb 2017
v3n3Woodland to Modern1000 B.C.E- 2000
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3 - H3.0.5 A Joyful Meeting
May/Jun 2017
v3n5Exploration1600-1800
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3 - H3.0.6 Use a variety of sources to describe interactions that occurred between American Indians and the first European explorers and settlers in Michigan.Who Were the Coureur de Bois?
Mar/Apr 2015
v1n1Exploration1600-1800XX
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3 - H3.0.6A Natural Poet
May/Jun 2016
v2n5Settlement1805-1837
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3 - H3.0.6Not Just Men's Work
Mar/Apr 2017
v3n4Settlement1805-1837X
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3 - H3.0.6 A Joyful Meeting
May/Jun 2017
v3n5Exploration1600-1800
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3 - H3.0.7 Use a variety of primary and secondary sources to construct a historical narrative about daily life in the early settlements of Michigan (pre-statehood).Who Were the Coureur de Bois?
Mar/Apr 2015
v1n1Exploration1600-1800XX
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3 - H3.0.7 A Path and Some "Points" of History
Mar/Apr 2015
v1n1Exploration1600-1800
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3 - H3.0.7 There Is Copper in Those Rocks!
May/Jun 2015
v1n2Paleo/Archaic11,000 B.C.E.-1,000 B.C.E.X
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3 - H3.0.7 The Salty Mitten
May/Jun 2015
v1n2Paleo/Archaic11,000 B.C.E.-1,000 B.C.E.X
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3 - H3.0.7 One-Room Schools
Sep/Oct 2015
v2n1Settlement to Industrialization1805-1950X
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3 - H3.0.7 Gabriel Richard: A Father of Education in Detroit
Sep/Oct 2015
v2n1Settlement1805-1837
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3 - H3.0.7 Hands-on Education
Sep/Oct 2015
v2n1Mississippian to Exploration900-1800X
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3 - H3.0.7 Anishnaabek Ogichiddak: Native Warrior
Nov/Dec 2015
v2n2Mississippian to Exploration900-1800
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3 - H3.0.7 Maps—A Changing Art
Jan/Feb 2016
v2n3Exploration1600-1800X
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3 - H3.0.7 Early Tools That Led the Way
Jan/Feb 2016
v2n3Exploration1600-1800
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3 - H3.0.7 Creating Fun, Creating Traditions
May/Jun 2016
v2n5Exploration1600-1800
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3 - H3.0.7 A Natural Poet
May/Jun 2016
v2n5Settlement1805-1837
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3 - H3.0.7 Sacred Sugar
Nov/Dec 2015
v3n2Mississippian to Modern900-2000X
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3 - H3.0.7 Naturally Sweet
Nov/Dec 2016
v3n2Exploration to Modern1600-2000X
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3 - H3.0.7 Old Trails, New Roads
Jan/Feb 2017
v3n3Woodland to Modern1000 B.C.E- 2000
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3 - H3.0.7 Leading the Way
Mar/Apr 2017
v3n4Exploration1600-1800
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3 - H3.0.7 A Joyful Meeting
May/Jun 2017
v3n5Exploration1600-1800
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3 - H3.0.7 Powwows: Celebrating Through Song and Dance
May/Jun 2017
v3n5Woodland to Modern1000 B.C.E- 2000
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3 - H3.0.7 A Time to Gather
May/Jun 2017
v3n5Mississippian to Modern900-2000
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3 - H3.0.7 Stitches in Time
May/Jun 2017
v3n5Settlement to Industrialization1805-1950
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3 - H3.0.8 Use case studies or stories to describe how the ideas or actions of individuals affected the history of Michigan.Meet Douglass Houghton
May/Jun 2015
v1n2Settlement1805-1837X
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3 - H3.0.8Gabriel Richard: A Father of Education in Detroit
Sep/Oct 2015
v2n1Settlement1805-1837X
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3 - H3.0.8Raising the White Flag: The Surrender of Fort Mackinac
Nov/Dec 2015
v2n2Settlement1805-1837X
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3 - H3.0.8George Dolarson: A Real Caretaker
Jan/Feb 2016
v2n3Statehood/Mining1837-1900XX
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3 - H3.0.8Maps—A Changing Art
Jan/Feb 2016
v2n3Exploration1600-1800X
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3 - H3.0.8The Land of the Crooked Tree
Jan/Feb 2016
v2n3Mississippian to Statehood/Mining900-1900XX
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3 - H3.0.8A Leader for Change
Sep/Oct 2016
v3n1Modern1950-2000
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3 - H3.0.8Meet Eva Hamilton: Lady Legislator
Sep/Oct 2016
v3n1Industrialization to Modern1900-2000
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3 - H3.0.8Naturally Sweet
Nov/Dec 2016
v3n2Exploration to Modern1600-2000X
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3 - H3.0.8Meet Dr. Alvin Wood Chase, Cookbook Creator
Nov/Dec 2016
v3n2Statehood/Mining to Industrialization1837-1950
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3 - H3.0.8Working the Line
Jan/Feb 2017
v3n3Industrialization to Modern1900-2000
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3 - H3.0.8Dream Car
Jan/Feb 2017
v3n3Industrialization to Modern1900-2000
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3 - H3.0.8Not Just Men's Work
Mar/Apr 2017
v3n4Settlement1805-1837XX
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3 - H3.0.8Leading the Way
Mar/Apr 2017
v3n4Exploration1600-1800X
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3 - H3.0.9 Describe how Michigan attained statehood.The Toledo War: A Fight Between Neighbors
Nov/Dec 2015
v2n2Settlement1805-1837
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3 - H3.0.10 Create a timeline to sequence early Michigan history (American Indians, exploration, settlement,
statehood).
A Time Line for Underground Treasures
May/Jun 2015
v1n2Statehood/Mining1837-1900
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G1 The World in Spatial Terms
Use geographic representations to acquire, process, and report information from a spatial perspective.
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3 – G1.0.1 Use cardinal directions (north, south, east, west) to describe the relative location of significant places in the immediate environment.Help the Coureur de Bois Find Their Way!
Mar/Apr 2015
v1n1Exploration1600-1800
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3 – G1.0.1Mapping Out the Answers
Sep/Oct 2015
v2n1NANA
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3 - G1.0.2 Use thematic maps to identify and describe the physical and human characteristics of Michigan.Raising the White Flag: The Surrender of Fort Mackinac
Nov/Dec 2015
v2n2Settlement1805-1837X
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3 - G1.0.2Maps—A Changing Art (Lesson)
Jan/Feb 2016
v2n3Exploration1600-1800X
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3 - G1.0.2Counting Down the Miles
Jan/Feb 2016
v2n3Modern1950-2000
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3 - G1.0.2Know to Grow
Mar/Apr 2016
v2n4Modern1950-2000X
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3 - G1.0.2Old Trails, New Roads
Jan/Feb 2017
v3n3Woodland to Modern1000 B.C.E- 2000
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G2 Places and Regions
Understand how regions are created from common physical and human characteristics.
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3 - G2.0.1 Use a variety of visual materials and data sources to describe ways in which Michigan can be divided into regions.Know to Grow
Mar/Apr 2016
v2n4Modern1950-2000X
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3 - G2.0.2 Describe different regions to which Michigan belongs (e.g., Great Lakes Region, Midwest).Maps—A Changing Art (Lesson)
Jan/Feb 2016
v2n3Exploration1600-1800X
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3 - G2.0.2Know to Grow (Lesson)
Mar/Apr 2016
v2n4Modern1950-2000X
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G4 Human Systems
Understand how human activities help shape the Earth’s surface.
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3 - G4.0.1 Describe major kinds of economic activity in Michigan today, such as agriculture (e.g., corn, cherries, dairy), manufacturing (e.g., automobiles, wood products), services and tourism, research and development (e.g., Automation Alley, life sciences corridor, university communities), and explain the factors influencing the location of these economic activities. (E)Freedom to Farm
Mar/Apr 2016
v2n4Statehood/Mining1837-1900
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3 - G4.0.1 Sacred Sugar
Nov/Dec 2015
v3n2Mississippian to Modern900-2000X
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3 - G4.0.1 Sweet Beets
Nov/Dec 2016
v3n2Statehood/Mining to Modern1837-2000XX
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3 - G4.0.1 Famous Fudge
Nov/Dec 2016
v3n2Statehood/Mining to Modern1837-2000X
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3 - G4.0.1 Naturally Sweet
Nov/Dec 2016
v3n2Exploration to Modern1600-2000X
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3 - G4.0.1 Meet Charles Caskey, A Grand Builder
May/Jun 2017
v3n5Statehood/Mining1837-1900
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3 - G4.0.2 Describe diverse groups that have come into a region of Michigan and reasons why they came (push/pull factors). (H)Meet Marylou Olivarez-Mason
Mar/Apr 2015
v1n1Modern1950-2000
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3 - G4.0.2 From Germany to Michigan
Mar/Apr 2015
v1n1Statehood/Mining1837-1900X
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3 - G4.0.2 Mexicantown
Mar/Apr 2015
v1n1Industrialization to Modern1900-2000X
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3 - G4.0.2 Henry Lightbourne: Bath House Owner
May/Jun 2015
v1n2Statehood/Mining1837-1900
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3 - G4.0.2 The Copper Country's Chinese
May/Jun 2015
v1n2Statehood/Mining1837-1900XX
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3 - G4.0.2 Learning to Save Lives
Sep/Oct 2015
v2n1Industrialization to Modern1900-2000
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3 - G4.0.2 A Rose Garden For WWII's Japanese Americans
Nov/Dec 2015
v2n2Industrialization1900-1950
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