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US History Standards

Quarter 1 Standards: 
  1. HS.SS.G2.03: I can evaluate how people changed the environment (Colonization). 

  2. HS.SS.G2.02: I can evaluate the outcome of political and economic decisions on the environment and culture (New Government). 

  3. HS.SS.G2.04: I can evaluate the use and sustainability of natural resources.

  4. HS.SS.H1.07: I can explain how technology has driven the U.S. economy and increased the standard of living (Inventions/West Expanstion). 

  5. HS.SS.H2.01: I can explain causes and effects of an event (American Revolution). 

  6. HS.SS.H2.03: I can explain short- and long-term effects of American conflict (American Revolution). 

  7. HS.SS.H3.05: I can explain what different labor systems are and how they have affected society (Antebellum South and Slavery).

  8. HS.SS.H4.01: I can explain how various groups have created political and social change (Antebellum South and Slavery). 


Quarter 2 Standards:
  1. HS.SS.G2.04: I can evaluate the use and sustainability of natural resources.

  2. HS.SS.H2.01: I can explain causes and effects of an event (Civil War). 

  3. HS.SS.H2.03: I can explain short- and long-term effects of American conflict (Reconstruction).

  4. HS.SS.H2.04: I can identify the causes and effects of changes from isolationism to globalism (Imperialism). 

  5. HS.SS.H4.03: I can identify how information and technology has changed and evolved society (Gilded Age/Progressive Era).


Quarter 3 Standards:
  1. HS.SS.G2.04: I can evaluate the use and sustainability of natural resources.

  2. HS.SS.G3.01: I can analyze why and how ideas spread and were shared creating new opportunities and population movement to specific areas. 

  3. HS.SS.G3.03: I can analyze the impact of the changes on climate conditions on human migration and the impact on the environment and its changes.

  4. HS.SS.H2.01: I can explain causes and effects of an event (WWI).

  5. HS.SS.H4.01: I can explain how various groups have created political and social change (Roaring 20’s/Harlem).

  6. HS.SS.H4.03: I can identify how information and technology has changed and evolved society (Roaring 20’s/Harlem). 

  7. HS.SS.H4.04: I can explain how a diverse society can cause both unity and disunity among peoples (Roaring 20’s/Harlem). 


Quarter 4 Standards:
  1. HS.SS.G2.02: I can evaluate the outcome of political and economic decisions on the environment and culture (Vietnam/Nixon/End of Cold War). 

  2. HS.SS.G2.04I can evaluate the use and sustainability of natural resources.

  3. HS.SS.H1.06: I can analyze the contributions of multiple peoples across regional, ethnic, and social areas and how that affected American identity (Civil Rights).

  4. HS.SS.H2.01: I can explain causes and effects of an event (Cold War). 

  5. HS.SS.H2.01: I can explain causes and effects of an event (Vietnam/Nixon/End of Cold War). 

  6. HS.SS.H2.03: I can explain short- and long-term effects of American conflict (Civil Rights). 

  7. HS.SS.H2.03: I can explain short- and long-term effects of American conflict (Vietnam/Nixon/End of Cold War). 

  8. HS.SS.H2.04: I can identify the causes and effects of changes from isolationism to globalism (Vietnam/Nixon/End of Cold War). 

  9. HS.SS.H4.03: I can identify how information and technology has changed and evolved society (Red Scare/1950’s). 

  10. HS.SS.H4.04: I can explain how a diverse society can cause both unity and disunity among peoples (Red Scare/1950’s). 


Yearly Standards (taught throughout the school year):
  1. HS.SS.H1.04: I can examine the impact of cultural diffusion in U.S. History (Imperialism).

  2. HS.SS.H3.03: I can explain the various economic philosophies of capitalism and how that impacted politics, economy, and society.

 

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