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MSSSWH01000MS-SS.WH.01.00.0Students will identify the principles expressed through the shaping of governments.
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MSSSWH01A0MS-SS.WH.01.A.0Identify the changing roles of government in the context of the historical period being studied.
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MSSSWH01B0MS-SS.WH.01.B.0Examine the impact of governmental decisions on individual rights and responsibilities.
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MSSSWH02000MS-SS.WH.02.00.0Students will identify and define the principles and processes of governance systems.
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MSSSWH02A0MS-SS.WH.02.A.0Define and use correctly words and terms relating to government such as city-state, dynasty, kingdom, empire, republic, separation of powers, civic duty, rule of law and military.
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MSSSWH02B0MS-SS.WH.02.B.0Identify major forms of government found globally.
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MSSSWH02BaMS-SS.WH.02.B.aCompare and contrast major forms of government found world wide.
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MSSSWH03000MS-SS.WH.03.00.0Students will recognize the continuity and change in the history of the River Civilizations including: Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, Ancient India and Ancient China.
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MSSSWH03A0MS-SS.WH.03.A.0Identify the physical and cultural characteristics of the River Civilizations.
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MSSSWH03AaMS-SS.WH.03.A.aExamine values, beliefs, practices, and social classes of the River Civilizations.
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MSSSWH03AbMS-SS.WH.03.A.bIdentify the traits of a civilization such as record keeping, complex institutions and advanced cities.
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MSSSWH03AcMS-SS.WH.03.A.cAnalyze major achievements from the River Civilizations such as government, architecture and technology.
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MSSSWH04000MS-SS.WH.04.00.0Students will understand continuity and change in the history of the Mediterranean Civilizations.
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MSSSWH04A0MS-SS.WH.04.A.0Identify the emergence and legacy of the Mediterranean Civilizations.
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MSSSWH04B0MS-SS.WH.04.B.0Describe and evaluate the various forms of literature from the Mediterranean civilizations such as myths, fables, and epics.
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MSSSWH04BaMS-SS.WH.04.B.aIdentify art and architecture from the Mediterranean Civilizations and its influence over time.
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MSSSWH04BbMS-SS.WH.04.B.bIdentify the traits of an empire and its lasting contributions.
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MSSSWH05000MS-SS.WH.05.00.0Students will describe continuity and change in the history of African Empires.
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MSSSWH05A0MS-SS.WH.05.A.0Identify the emergence, growth and decline of African empires.
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MSSSWH05B0MS-SS.WH.05.B.0Describe the contributions of major African monarchies, cities, and trade networks, such as Ghana, Mali and Songhai.
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MSSSWH05BaMS-SS.WH.05.B.aAnalyze the cultural and economic impact of African regional and worldwide trade routes.
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MSSSWH06000MS-SS.WH.06.00.0Students will examine continuity and change in the history of the Western Hemisphere.
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MSSSWH06A0MS-SS.WH.06.A.0Examine the emergence, growth and decline of empires in the Americas.
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MSSSWH06B0MS-SS.WH.06.B.0Describe and trace the development of political and social structures of the Inca, Maya, and Aztec Empires.
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MSSSWH07000MS-SS.WH.07.00.0Students will describe continuity and change in the history of Europe.
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MSSSWH07A0MS-SS.WH.07.A.0Describe the major economic developments that took place in medieval Europe.
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MSSSWH07B0MS-SS.WH.07.B.0Describe the social, political developments that took place in Medieval Europe. Including fedualism and the spread of the Bubonic Plague.
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MSSSWH07C0MS-SS.WH.07.C.0Describe the role that politics played in religious development.
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MSSSWH08000MS-SS.WH.08.00.0Students will interpret economic concepts and principles.
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MSSSWH08A0MS-SS.WH.08.A.0Apply the following economic concepts to the specific content being studied: (specialization of regions, nations and individuals, trade, producers, consumer, goods, services, buyers, sellers, natural resources, taxes, specialization, savings, entrepreneur, prices, markets, scarcity, trade, barter, money, medium of exchange, supply and demand.
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MSSSWH08B0MS-SS.WH.08.B.0Identify the consequences of personal and public economic decisions.
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MSSSWH08C0MS-SS.WH.08.C.0Interpret the past, explain the present and predict future consequences of economic decisions.
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MSSSWH09000MS-SS.WH.09.00.0Students will understand the major elements of geographical study and analysis (such as location, place, movement and regions) and their relationship to changes in society and the environment.
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MSSSWH09A0MS-SS.WH.09.A.0The students use geographic research sources to acquire and process information to answer questions and solve problems.
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MSSSWH09B0MS-SS.WH.09.B.0The students can locate major cities and nations of the world.
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MSSSWH09C0MS-SS.WH.09.C.0The students can describe trade patterns, explain how supply and demand influence movement of goods and services, human, natural and capital resources.
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MSSSWH09D0MS-SS.WH.09.D.0The students can compare regions and predict how human life in one region in the world would differ from another.
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MSSSWH09E0MS-SS.WH.09.E.0Describe major patterns of population distribution, demographics and migrations in the world and the impact of these patterns on cultures and community life.
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MSSSWH09F0MS-SS.WH.09.F.0Identify how technology and culture influence resource use.
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MSSSWH09G0MS-SS.WH.09.G.0Identify environmental consequences of how people use resources.
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MSSSWH09H0MS-SS.WH.09.H.0Identify world-wide patterns of resource distribution.
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MSSSWH09I0MS-SS.WH.09.I.0Use correctly the words or abbreviations for identifying time periods or dates in historical narratives (decade, age, era, century, millennium, AD/CE, BC/BCE, c., and circa).
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MSSSWH10000MS-SS.WH.10.00.0Students will evaluate the relationships of the individual and groups to institutions and cultural traditions.
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MSSSWH10A0MS-SS.WH.10.A.0Evaluate how the needs of individuals are met by families, friends, groups and organizations, such as governments, businesses, schools, religious institutions and charities in other cultures.
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MSSSWH10B0MS-SS.WH.10.B.0Describe how cultural traditions, human actions and institutions affect people's behavior.
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MSSSWH10C0MS-SS.WH.10.C.0Identify how personal and group experiences influence people's perceptions and judgments of events.
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MSSSWH10D0MS-SS.WH.10.D.0Describe how ideas, concepts and traditions have changed over time.
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MSSSWH11000MS-SS.WH.11.00.0Students will use the tools of social science inquiry (such as surveys, statistics, maps, and documents)
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MSSSWH11A0MS-SS.WH.11.A.0Select, investigate, and present a topic using primary and secondary resources, such as oral interviews, artifacts, journals, documents, photos, and letters. Introduce bibliography formatting in essays and research papers.
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MSSSWH11B0MS-SS.WH.11.B.0Use maps, graphs, statistical data, timelines, charts and diagrams to interpret, draw conclusions, and make predictions.
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MSSSWH11C0MS-SS.WH.11.C.0Create maps, graphs, timelines, charts and diagrams to communicate information.
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MSSSWH11D0MS-SS.WH.11.D.0Distinguish between fact and opinion and recognize bias and points of view.
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MSSSWH11E0MS-SS.WH.11.E.0Identify, research and defend a point of view/position.
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