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EL5SSSS01000EL5-SS.SS.01.00.0Knowledge of principles expressed in documents shaping constitutional democracy in the United States.Civics & Government: Social structures and government systems, Laws and principles of U.S. government.
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EL5SSSS01AaEL5-SS.SS.01.A.aIdentify important principles in the Declaration of Independence, such as inalienable rights and government by consent of the governed.Civics & Government: Social structures and government systems, Laws and principles of U.S. government.
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EL5SSSS01AbEL5-SS.SS.01.A.bIdentify important principles in the Constitution including: limited government, rule of law, majority rule, minority rights, separation of powers, checks and balances.Civics & Government: Social structures and government systems, Laws and principles of U.S. government.
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EL5SSSS01AcEL5-SS.SS.01.A.cIdentify important principles of the Bill of Rights and other amendments.Civics & Governemnt: Laws and principles of U.S. government.
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EL5SSSS01AdEL5-SS.SS.01.A.dCompare power and authority.Civics & Government: Social structures and government systems.
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EL5SSSS01AeEL5-SS.SS.01.A.eState the differences between powers and functions of state, national, and local governments.Civics & Government: Social structures and governement systems.
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EL5SSSS01AfEL5-SS.SS.01.A.fDescribe how national, state, and local officials are chosen.Civics & Government: Social structures and government systems.
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EL5SSSS02000EL5-SS.SS.02.00.0Knowledge of principles and processes of governance systems.Civics & Government: Social structures and government systems.
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EL5SSSS02AaEL5-SS.SS.02.A.aDescribe how decisions are made, enforced and interpreted within the federal government.Civics & Government: Social structures and government systems.
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EL5SSSS02AbEL5-SS.SS.02.A.bDescribe how the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and other important documents formed a new nation.Civics & Government: Laws and principles of U.S. government.
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EL5SSSS03000EL5-SS.SS.03.00.0Knowledge of continuity and change in the history of the United States.History: Historical issues.
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EL5SSSS03AaEL5-SS.SS.03.A.aSummarize the viability and diversity of Native American cultures before European migration.History: Historical research methods, Change and chronology.
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EL5SSSS03AbEL5-SS.SS.03.A.bUnderstand and sequence the discovery, exploration, and early settlement of AmericaHistory: Change and chronology.
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EL5SSSS03AcEL5-SS.SS.03.A.cExplain the causes, events and outcomes of the American Revolution.History: Change and chronology.
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EL5SSSS03AdEL5-SS.SS.03.A.dInvestigate the causes and consequences of Westward Expansion (i.e. Louisiana Purchase, Texas and the Mexican War, Oregon Territory, and the Gold Rush).History: Historical reserach methods. Change and chronology.
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EL5SSSS03AfEL5-SS.SS.03.A.fExamine cultural interactions among these and other groups from colonial times to Civil War: Native Americans, immigrants from Europe, Africans brought to America, Religious organizationsHistory: Change and chronology.
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EL5SSSS03AgEL5-SS.SS.03.A.gIdentify contributions made by minorities and women.Civics & Governemnt: Viewpoints and issues.
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EL5SSSS04000EL5-SS.SS.04.00.0Knowledge of economic concepts and principles.Economics: Economic principles.
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EL5SSSS04AaEL5-SS.SS.04.A.aDescribe and give examples of supply and demand of goods and servicesEconomics: Economic principles.
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EL5SSSS04AbEL5-SS.SS.04.A.bDescribe and give examples of scarcityEconomics: Economic principles.
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EL5SSSS04AcEL5-SS.SS.04.A.cDescribe and give examples of opportunity costEconomics: Economic principles.
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EL5SSSS04AdEL5-SS.SS.04.A.dExplain how imports and exports contribute to the interdependence of different countriesEconomics - Economic principles
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EL5SSSS04AeEL5-SS.SS.04.A.eIdentify the role of technology in our economy and how our economy has changed from an agricultural economy to industrial economy to post-industrial economyEconomics: Production and technology.
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EL5SSSS04AfEL5-SS.SS.04.A.fIdentify the past, explain the present and predict future consequences of economic decisionsEconomics: Economic principles, Production and technology.
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EL5SSSS04AgEL5-SS.SS.04.A.gIdentify the economic reasons explorers came to the New WorldEconomics: Economic principles. Geography: People and the enviornment. History: Change and chronology.
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EL5SSSS04AhEL5-SS.SS.04.A.hUnderstand that the government provides goods and services through taxation and borrowingEconomics: Economic principle. Civics & Governemnt: Social structures and government systems.
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EL5SSSS04AiEL5-SS.SS.04.A.iUnderstand that financial institutions provide funds to consumers and the governmentEconomics: Economic principles.
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EL5SSSS05000EL5-SS.SS.05.00.0Knowledge of major elements of geographical study and analysis (such as location, place, movement, and regions) and their relationship to changes in society and the environment.Geography: People and the enviornment, Earht's features.
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EL5SSSS05AaEL5-SS.SS.05.A.aUse geographic research sources, including internet and other technology, to acquire information and answer questions.Not tested.
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EL5SSSS05AbEL5-SS.SS.05.A.bConstructs maps, charts and graphs to display geographic information.Geography: People and the enviornment, Earht's features.
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EL5SSSS05AcEL5-SS.SS.05.A.cLocate cities in Missouri, United States and cities in the world of relevance.Geography: People and the enviornment, Earth's features.
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EL5SSSS05AdEL5-SS.SS.05.A.dLocate states, regions and major topographic features of the United States, and neighboring countries.Geography: People and the enviornment, Earth's features.
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EL5SSSS05AeEL5-SS.SS.05.A.eLocate places using absolute and relative location, including longitude and latitude.Geography: Earth's features.
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EL5SSSS05AfEL5-SS.SS.05.A.fIdentify physical characteristics (i.e., topography, relationship to water, etc).Geography: Earth's features.
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EL5SSSS05AgEL5-SS.SS.05.A.gIdentify human characteristics in relation to geography, such as people's education, language, diversity, economics, religions, settlement patterns, ethnic background and political system.Geography: People and the enviornment.
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EL5SSSS05AhEL5-SS.SS.05.A.hIdentify major patterns of population distribution, demographics, economics, and migrations in the United States.History: Historical research methods. Geography: People and the enviornment.
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EL5SSSS05AiEL5-SS.SS.05.A.iUse geography to interpret the past, explain the present, and plan for the future (including: natural changes, colonization, shifting borders, spheres of influence)Geography: People and the enviornment. History: Change and chronology.
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EL5SSSS06000EL5-SS.SS.06.00.0Knowledge of relationships of the individual and groups to institutions and cultural traditions.Civics & Government: Social structures and government systems.
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EL5SSSS06AaEL5-SS.SS.06.A.aIdentify how a person becomes a member of a group or institution (religious organization, colonialization, immigration, slave trade, etc.).History: Change and chronology.
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EL5SSSS06AbEL5-SS.SS.06.A.bIdentify the factors that influence the inclusion or exclusion from a group or institution (religious organization, colonialization, immigration, slave trade, etc.).History: Change and chronology.
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EL5SSSS06AcEL5-SS.SS.06.A.cIdentify how ideas, concepts and traditions have changed over time in the United States (e.g., religion, commerce, government, immigration, and family).History: Change and chronology.
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EL5SSSS07000EL5-SS.SS.07.00.0Knowledge of the use of tools of social science inquiry (such as surveys, statistics, maps and documents)History- Historical research methods.
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EL5SSSS07AaEL5-SS.SS.07.A.aSelect, investigate and present a topic using primary and secondary research (oral interviews, artifacts, journals)History - Historical research methods
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EL5SSSS07AbEL5-SS.SS.07.A.bUse maps, graphs, statistical data, timelines, charts and diagrams to interpret, draw conclusions and make predictions.History: Historical reseach methods, Change and chronology.
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EL5SSSS07AcEL5-SS.SS.07.A.cCreate maps, graphs, timelines, charts and diagrams to communicate informationHistory: Change and chronology.
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EL5SSSS07AdEL5-SS.SS.07.A.dDistinguish between fact and opinion and recognize bias and points of viewHistory: Historical research methods. Civics & Governemnt: Viewpoints and issues.
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EL5SSSS07AeEL5-SS.SS.07.A.eUse technological tools for research and presentationNot tested.
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EL5SSSS08000EL5-SS.SS.08.00.0Student can describe change in the history of the United States from Westward Expansion through the Reconstruction.History - Change and chronolgy
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EL5SSSS08AaEL5-SS.SS.08.A.aInvestigate the causes and consequences of Westward Expansion (i.e. Louisiana Purchase, Texas and the Mexican War, Oregon Territory, and the Gold Rush).History - Change and chronolgy / Historical issues
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EL5SSSS08AbEL5-SS.SS.08.A.bIdentify political, economic, and social causes and consequences of the Civil War and ReconstructionHistory - Change and chronolgy / Historical issues / Economics - Economic issues & viewpoints / Civics & Government - Social structures and government systems
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