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   UNIT             FOCUS QUESTIOINS                    SKILLS ASSESSED AT EACH                        VOCABULARY
                                                        QUARTER (content expectations)

1st 9 WEEKS   Unit 2                                    Lesson 1: Thinking Like a Historian         Unit 2
              1. How were the worlds of America,        Identify questions historians ask in        Cause and effect
              Africa, and Europe alike and different?   examining the past (e.g. What happened?     chronology
              2. How and why did the three worlds       When did it happen? Who was involved?       cultural diffusion
              meet?                                     How and why did it happen?)                 culture
              3. How did Europeans, American            Lesson 2: Text Features and Text            Columbian Exchange
              Indians, and Africans view the meeting    Structures in Social Studies Textbooks      exploration
              of their three worlds?                    Identify and describe informational text    historical thinking
                                                        patterns including compare/contrast,        human/environment
              Unit 3                                    cause/effect, and problem/solution.         interaction
                                                        Explain how authors use text features       information text
              1. How did the push and pull factors of   including timelines, graphs, charts,        perspective/point of view
              migration influence the settlement of     diagrams, tables of contents, indices,      region
              different colonial regions in North       introductions, summaries, and conclusions   three worlds
              America?                                  to enhance e the understanding of key and
              2. How did the geography of North         supporting ideas                            Unit 3
              America affect settlement patterns and     Lesson 3: Comparing Southwest Native
              the economic, political, and cultural     Americans and Pacific Northwest Native      Cause and effect
              development of different colonial         Americans                                   Colonization
              regions?                                  Use maps to locate peoples in the desert    migration
              3. How did cultural differences and       Southwest, the Pacific Northwest, the       settlement
              similarities between Europeans and        nomadic nations of the Great Plains, and    settlement patterns
              American Indians influence their          the woodland peoples east of the            colonization
              interactions?                             Mississippi River (Eastern Woodland).       cultural differences
                                                        Compare how American Indians in the         economic development
                                                        desert Southwest and the Pacific            political institutions
                                                        Northwest adapted to or modified the        role of religion
                                                        environment.
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                                                                                  representative government
                                     Lesson 4: Eastern Woodland Native            settlement
                                     Americans                                    settlement patterns
                                     Describe Eastern Woodland American           colonial regions
                                     Indian life with respect to governmental     colonization
                                     and family structures, trade, and views on   one-crop
                                     property ownership and land use.             economies/staple-crops
                                     Lesson 5: A Brief Look at West Africa        political institutions
                                     Use maps to locate the major regions of      primary and secondary
                                     Africa (northern Africa, western Africa,     sources
                                     central Africa, eastern Africa, and          colonial regions
                                     southern Africa). Describe the life and      diversified economy
                                     cultural development of people living in     slavery
                                     western Africa before the 1q6th century
                                     with respect to economic (the ways people
                                     made a living) and family structures, and
                                     the growth of states, towns, and trade.
                                     Lesson 6: Reasons for Exploration
                                     Explain the technological (e.g. invention
                                     of the astrolabe and improved maps), and
                                     political developments, (e.g., rise of
                                     nation-states), that made sea exploration
                                     possible.
                                     Lesson 7: A Case Study of Columbus
                                     Use case studies of individual explorers
                                     and stories of life in Europe to compare
                                     the goals, obstacles, motivations, and
                                     consequences for European exploration
                                     and colonization of the Americas (e.g.,
                                     economic, politic al, cultural, religious.
                                     Lesson 8: Encounters and Exchanges
                                     Describe the convergence of Europeans,
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                                     American Indians, and Africans in North
                                     America after 1492 from the perspective
                                     of these three groups. Describe the
                                     Columbian Exchange and its impact on
                                     Europeans, American Indians, and
                                     Africans.
                                     Lesson 9: Three Worlds Meet
                                     Describe the convergence of Europeans,
                                     American Indians, and Africans in North
                                     America after 1492 from the perspective
                                     of these three groups. Describe the
                                     Columbian Exchange and its impact on
                                     Europeans, American Indians, and
                                     Africans.

                                     Unit 3: Colonization and Settlement
                                     Lesson 1: From Exploration to
                                     Colonization
                                     Use a case study or story about migration
                                     within or to the United States to identify
                                     push and pull factors (why they left, why
                                     they came) that influenced the migration.
                                     Use case studies of individual explorers
                                     and stories of life in Europe to compare
                                     the goals, obstacles, motivations, and
                                     consequences for European exploration
                                     and colonization of the Americas (e.g.,
                                     economic, political, cultural, and
                                     religious).
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                                     Lesson 2: Jamestown
                                     Describe significant developments in the
                                     Southern Colonies, including:
                                         - patterns of settlement and control
                                             including the impact of geography
                                             (landforms and climate) on
                                             settlement
                                         - establishment of Jamestown
                                         - development of one-crop
                                             economies (plantation land use
                                             and growing season for rice in
                                             Carolinas and tobacco in Virginia)
                                         - relationships with American
                                             Indians (e.g., Powhatan)
                                         - development of colonial
                                             representative assemblies (House
                                             of Burgesses)
                                         - development of slavery
                                     Lesson 3: The Development of the
                                     Southern Colonies
                                     Describe significant developments in the
                                     Southern colonies, including:
                                         - patterns of settlement and control
                                     including the impact of geography
                                     (landforms and climate) on settlement
                                         - establishment of Jamestown
                                     Development of one-crop economies
                                     (plantation land use and growing season
                                     for rice in Carolinas and tobacco in
                                     Virginia)
                                         - relationships with American
                                             Indians (e.g., Powhatan)
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                                        -     development of colonial
                                              representative assemblies (House
                                              of Burgesses)
                                          - development of slavery
                                     Lesson 4: Religious Freedom and Early
                                     New England Settlements
                                     Describe significant developments in the
                                     New England colonies, including:
                                     -patterns of settlement and control
                                     including the impact of geography
                                     (landforms and climate) on settlement
                                     - relationships with American Indians
                                     (e.g., Pequot/King Phillip’s War)
                                     - growth of agricultural (small farms) and
                                     non-agricultural (shipping,
                                     manufacturing) economies
                                     - the development of government
                                     including establishment of town meetings,
                                     development of colonial legislatures and
                                     growth of royal government
                                     Religious tension in Massachusetts that
                                     led to the establishment of other colonies
                                     in New England
                                     Lesson 5: The Development of the New
                                     England Colonies
                                     Describe significant developments in the
                                     New England colonies, including:
                                     - patterns of settlement and control
                                     including the impact of geography
                                     (landforms and climate) on settlement
                                     - relations with American Indians (e.g.,
                                     Pequot/King Phillip’s War
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                                      -growth of agricultural (small farms and
                                      non-agricultural (shipping,
                                      manufacturing) economies
                                      - the development of government
                                      including establishment of town meetings
                                      - religious tensions in Massachusetts that
                                      led to the establishment of other colonies
                                      in New England




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