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Indiana Academic Standards Resource Guide

Grade 8

United States History – Growth and Development (to 1877)



Updated August 2015

Indiana Department of Education

College and Career Readiness




Table of Contents

Appendix A: Resources for Indiana Standards ……………………………………………………… 3-24

Standard 1: History ……………………………………..………………………………... 4-17

The American Revolution and Founding of the U.S. – 1754 to 1801 …………. 4-8

National Expansion and Reform: 1801-1861 ……………………..…………… 8-13

Civil War & Reconstruction Period: 1850-1877 ………………………………….. 13-16

Chronological Thinking, Historical Comprehension, etc ………………………… 17

Standard 2: Civics and Government ………………………………………………………... 17-19

Standard 3: Geography ………………………………..…………………………………… 20-22

Standard 4: Economics …………………………………………………………………….. 22-24

Appendix B: Resources from the Indiana Historical Society …………………………………….. 25-34

Appendix C: Indiana State Museum & Historic Sites ………………………………………………. 35-43

Appendix D: Historic Sites in Indiana …………………………………………………………………. 44-64

Appendix E: Depth of Knowledge Chart ……………………………………………………………. 65







APPENDIX A – TEACHER RESOURCE GUIDE

GRADE 8 UNITED STATES HISTORY (to 1877)

Updated August 2015


This Teacher Resource Guide has been developed to provide supporting materials to help educators successfully implement the social studies standards. These resources are provided to help you in your work to ensure all students meet the rigorous learning expectations set by the Academic Standards. Use of these resources is optional – teachers should decide which resource will work best in their school for their students.
This resource document is a living document and will be frequently updated. Please send any suggested links and report broken links to:

Bruce Blomberg

Social Studies Specialist

Indiana Department of Education

bblomberg@doe.in.gov

317-232-9078
The links compiled and posted in this Resource Guide have been provided by the Department of Education and other sources. The DOE has not attempted to evaluate any posted materials. They are offered as samples for your reference only and are not intended to represent the best or only approach to any particular issue. The DOE does not control or guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness, or completeness of information contained on a linked website; does not endorse the views expressed or services offered by the sponsor of a linked website; and cannot authorize the use of copyrighted materials contained in linked websites.  Users must request such authorization from the sponsor of the linked website.






GOOD WEBSITES FOR SOCIAL STUDIES:



  • Destination Indiana From the Indiana Historical Society

  • EDSITEMENT

  • DOCS TEACH

  • DIGITAL HISTORY

  • HISTOICAL SCENE INVESTIGATION

  • LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

  • American Memory – The Library of Congress

  • TEACHING AMERICAN HISTORY.ORG

  • READING LIKE A HISTORIAN (free registration)

  • GILDER LEHRMAN Institute of American History (free registration)

  • U.S. History Resources

  • 50 Core Documents

  • US History – 1800’s

  • The Presidents of the United States

  • The National Museum of American History

  • American History Outlines, Charts, Etc

  • Have Fun With History

  • 52 social studies passages to teach K-8 reading comprehension. >> ReadWorks

  • K - 12th Grade Informational Articles

  • K - 12th Grade Passages with Vocabulary






Standard 1 History

Students examine the relationship and significance of themes, concepts and movements in the development of United States history, including review of key ideas related to the colonization of America and the revolution and Founding Era. This will be followed by emphasis on social reform, national development and westward expansion, and the Civil War and Reconstruction period.
Historical Knowledge

The American Revolution and Founding of the United States: 1754 to 1891

8.1.1 Identify the major Native American Indian groups of eastern North America and describe early conflict and

cooperation between European settlers and these Native American groups.


Key Terms/Topics

Mohawk, Iroquois, Huron and Ottawa;

French and Native American Indian alliances;

French and Indian War;

British alliances with Native American Indians;

settler encroachment on Native American Indian lands;

Native American Indian participation in the Revolutionary War



Resources

American Indians.net American Indians' Cultural Network presents history, culture, archeology, empires, tribes, arts and crafts, jewelry, expeditions to the Indian country.

Native American Cultures The History Channel

United States History Map-Indians

The Lenape on the Wapahani River

Natives and Spaniards






8.1.2 Compare and contrast reasons for British, French, Spanish and Dutch colonization in the New World.
Key Terms/Topics

3 G’s—Gold, Glory, God

The search for gold by the Spanish

French fur trade

Spanish and French missions

Taxation without Representation




Resources

American Colonies Chart

Historical Scene Investigation: The “Starving Time” in Jamestown What caused the failure of the Jamestown Colony in 1610?

The Quakers, the Dutch, and the Ladies



8.1.3 Explain the conditions, causes, consequences and significance of Britain’s struggle to maintain control of

colonies during the French and Indian War (1754–1763).


Resources



KEY EVENTS & BATTLES, FRENCH & INDIAN WAR (chart)

Gilder Lehrman: The French and Indian War In this unit students will develop a thorough knowledge of the French and Indian War through several primary documents

The French and Indian War: Causes and Effects

French and Indian War Resources

A Guide to the French and Indian War: http://www.loc.gov/rr/program/bib/frenchindian/

French and Indian War

The War That Made America: French and Indian War Timeline (PBS Learning Media)

Seven Years War and the Great Awakening

Taxes and Smuggling




8.1.4 Identify and explain the reasons and actions for the resistance and rebellion against British imperial rule by

the thirteen colonies in North America (1761–1775).



Key Terms/Topics



  • Proclamation of 1763

  • Sugar Act

  • Quartering Act

  • Stamp Act

  • Declaratory Act

  • Townshend Acts

  • Tea Act

  • Coercive Acts (Intolerable Acts)





Resources

Colonists Protest British Policies (Video Clip)

British Reforms and Colonial Resistance, 1763-1766

Historical Scene Investigation: The Boston Massacre Students explore different perspectives and viewpoints on who was responsible for the Boston Massacre. Both text and image primary and secondary sources are offered as evidence for the students to consider

History Channel Video Clips

Political Cartoon: The Colonies Reduced

Boston Tea Party

8.1.5 Analyze the causes and effects of the Revolutionary War (1775–1783), including the ideas from the

Declaration of Independence, the enactment of the Articles of Confederation and the Treaty of Paris (1783).


Key Terms/Topics

Salutary Neglect

Enlightenment

Taxation Without Representation

Unwillingness to compromise

Great Britain had huge debt after French and Indian War
Resources



  • The American War for Independence (EDSITEment)

  • Revolutionary War Animated Maps: http://www.revolutionarywaranimated.com/

  • Declaration of Independence

  • The Declaration of Independence (ConSource)

  • The Declaration and Natural Rights

  • The Declaration of Independence: An Analytical View

  • Digital History: American Revolution (be sure to check “DOCUMENTS” and “FOR TEACHERS”)

  • TEACHING WITH DOCUMENTS: IMAGES OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

  • Historical Scene Investigation: Lexington and Concord

  • Gilder Lehrman: The Declaration of Independence

  • The American Revolution Teach US History.org

  • The American Revolution (PBS Learning Media)

  • PBS: The American Revolution

  • Liberty Kids: American Revolution








8.1.6 Identify and give the significance of major events in the creation of the Constitution such as:

Key Terms/Topics

the enactment of state constitutions,

the Constitutional conventions,

the willingness to compromise, and

the Federalist- anti Federalist debates regarding the vote to ratify the Constitution.
Resources




Magna Carta and Its American Legacy

Articles of Confederation compared to the U.S. Constitution

8th Grade Articles of Confederation graphic text

Edsitement – Lesson 1: The President Under the Articles of Confederation

Edsitement – Lesson 2: Chief Executives compared: The Federalist Papers

Historical Scene Investigation: “I Smelt a Rat” (Constitution Controversy)

Gilder Lehrman: Our Constitution: The Bill of Rights

Gilder Lehrman: The United States Constitution: Federalists v. Anti-Federalists

Federalists & Antifederalists Chart

The ConSource United States Constitution for Kids




Bill of Rights; A Primer

The Constitution, the Articles, and Federalism




The Constitutional Convention of 1787 EDSITEment








8.1.7 Identify and explain the steps taken during the Washington Administration and the First and Second

Congresses of the United States to establish a stable and lasting national government.



Key Terms/Topics


Precedent

First Cabinet created

Judiciary Act of 1789

Hamilton’s Financial Program

Proclamation of Neutrality (1793)

Jay’s Treaty (1794)

The Pinckney Treaty (1795)

Whiskey Rebellion

Washington’s Farwell Address


Resources



  • Edsitement: George Washington: The Precedent President

  • Washington and the Whiskey Rebellion

  • Gilder Lehrman: Washington’s Farewell Address

  • Judiciary Act of 1789





8.1.8 Compare and contrast the views of Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton and explain how their differences

gave rise to the development of political parties.



Key Terms/Topics

Federalists vs. Democratic-Republicans

Loose Interpretation vs. Strict Interpretation of Constitution

Resources




  • JEFFERSON/HAMILTON VIEWPOINTS

  • EDSITEMENT: The First American Party System: Federalists and Democratic-Republicans: The Platforms They Never Had

  • Thomas Jefferson versus Alexander Hamilton

  • FEDERALIST PARTY VS. DEMOCRAT-REPUBLICANS

  • Competing Visions of Government: the Federalists vs. the Republicans

  • Where US Politics Came From





8.1.9 Identify the events leading up to the presidential and congressional election of 1800 and the transfer of political authority and power to the Democratic-Republican Party led by Thomas Jefferson (1801); Evaluate the significance of these events.
Key Terms/ Topics

The XYZ Affair

Alien and Sedition Acts

Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions



8.1.9 Resources on next page

Resources



  • XYZ Affair (short video)

  • President John Adams: From Alien and Sedition Acts to XYZ Affair (Video)

  • Primary Documents: Alien and Sedition Acts

  • Edsitement: The Sedition Act: Certain Crimes Against the United States (5 Lessons)

  • Should the Freedom of Speech and the Press Ever Be Limited

  • Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions

  • Presidential Election of 1800: A Resource Guide

  • The Election of 1800

  • Digital History: The Election of 1800

  • Jefferson and Liberty

  • Commander in Chief: Barbary Pirates

  • Thomas Jefferson and His Democracy







8.1.10 Analyze the influence of important individuals on social and political developments of the time (1775 – 1800) such

as the Independence movement and the framing of the Constitution.




  • James Otis

  • Abigail Adams

  • Mercy Otis Warren

  • Patrick Henry

  • Samuel Adams

  • Thomas Jefferson

  • Thomas Paine

  • James Madison

  • George Washington

  • Alexander Hamilton

  • John Adams

  • Benjamin Banneker







8.1.11 Compare and contrast the ways of life in the northern and southern states, including the growth of towns and cities and the growth of industry in the North and the growing dependence on slavery and the production of cotton in the South.

Resources



  • Slavery Fact Sheets (from Digital History)

  • The History of Slavery

  • Middle Passage

  • Edsitement: Factory vs. Plantation in the North and South

  • Edsitement: People and Places in the North and South

  • Slavery Before Statehoodhttp://immigrationreform.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/indiana.png

  • Slavery





National Expansion and Reform: 1801 to 1861

8.1.12 Interpret how the events surrounding the Louisiana Purchase (1803) and Lewis and Clark expedition (1803-1806) allowed for America to initial push towards westward expansion.



Resources



  • Louisiana Purchase

  • The Louisiana Purchase: A Heritage Explored

  • Westward Expansion: The Louisiana Purchase

  • Teaching With Dociments: The Lewis and Clark Expedition

  • National Geographic: Lewis and Clark

  • The Louisiana Purchase

  • How and why did America expand westward?

  • Jefferson and the Louisiana Purchase

  • Go West Across America with Lewis and Clark

  • Lewis and Clark (Smithsonian Education)







8.1.13 Explain the main issues, consequences, and landmark decisions of the Marshall Court.
LANDMARK MARSHALL COURT DECISIONS



  • **Marbury v. Madison (1803)**

  • Fletcher v. Peck (1810)

  • **McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)**

  • Dartmouth College Case (1819)

  • Gibbons v. Ogden (1824)

  • Cherokee Indian Cases (1830’s)

  • Major Cases of the Marshall Court (a brief description)






INFORMATION ON JOHN MARSHALL



  • A Federalist Stronghold: John Marshall’s Supreme Court

  • Brief John Marshall Outline

  • The Marshall Court (from the Supreme Court Historical Society)





AARON BURR TRIAL (1807)[a major Marshall Court decision]



  • The Aaron Burr Treason Trial (YouTube)

  • The Burr Conspiracy





POSSIBLE LESSONS

  • Edsitement: John Marshall, Marbury v. Madison, and Judicial Review—How the Court Became Supreme

  • Edsitement: The Supreme Court: The Judicial Power of the United States



8.1.14 Analyze the causes and consequences of the War of 1812.

Resources



  • History Channel: War of 1812 (good summary of causes)

  • War of 1812 Timeline

  • The War of 1812 and the Hartford Convention

  • Edsitement: President Madison’s 1812 War Message: A Brief Overview

  • Edsitement: Documentary Review

  • Edsitement: Answers Lead to More Questions

  • The Society of the War of 1812 in the State of Indiana

  • The War of 1812 (PBS Learning Media)

  • The War of 1812






8.1.15 Define nationalism and understand the direction nationalism gave to domestic and foreign policy and to the

development of an industrial economy during this period.



Key Terms/Topics


Era of Good Feelings
Foreign Policy


Rush-Bagot Agreement

Adams-Onis Treaty

Monroe Doctrine


Domestic Policy


Protective Tariff

National Bank

Internal Improvements

Panic of 1819





8.1.15 continued on next page


Resources


Foreign Policy



  • Rush-Bagot Agreement and Convention of 1818

  • purchase of Florida (1819)

  • The Monroe Doctrine Text

  • The Monroe Doctrine

  • Office of the Historian: Monroe Doctrine, 1823

  • Edsitement: The Monroe Doctrine: A Close Reading

  • Gilder Lehrman Institute: The Monroe Doctrine

  • James Monroe: Foreign Affairs





Domestic Policy



  • Federal Power: James Madison

  • Henry Clay’s American System -- PowerPoint

  • The Era of Good Feelings and the Two-Party System

  • The Era of Good Feelings Slide Show

  • The Boott Cotton Mills of Lowell, Massachusetts







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