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Standards Based Map

10th Grade US 1900


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NxG Standard(s)

Student I Can Statement(s) / Learning Target(s)

Essential Questions

Academic Vocabulary

Strategies / Activities

Resources / Materials

Assessments

Notes / Self - Reflection



1st 9 weeks


Exploration

Colonization

Thirteen Colonies

American Revolution





10.C.3 evaluate then defend the importance of the fundamental democratic values and principles of United States constitutional democracy. Consider conflicts between individuals, communities and nations, liberty and equality, individual rights and the common good, majority rule and minority rights, and the rule of law vs. ethics (e.g., civil disobedience).

10.C.4 define the duties of citizens, that are necessary, to preserve US Democracy (e.g., Become informed and active in a democracy through jury duty, paying taxes, public forums (local, state, and/or federal) and voting and conscription).

10.E.1 analyze the effects of the mercantilism and triangular trade on the emergence of colonial economies (e.g., goals of mercantilism, the mother country’s interests vs. colonial interests, regional economies, agricultural vs. manufacturing, colonial products and raw material and transition from mercantilism to free enterprise capitalism).

10.E.4 differentiate economic policy in the United States during each era (e.g., Colonial period, Revolutionary, Westward Expansion, Civil War and late 19th /early 20th Centuries) through types of taxes, taxation controversies, the effects of foreign trade and tariff policies.

10.G.1 apply correct vocabulary and geographic tools to determine and illustrate geographic concepts (e.g., major meridians of longitude and parallels of latitude, physical features landforms, bodies of water, climatic regions, states and their capitals and relative and exact location).

10.G.2 determine the most appropriate maps and graphics in an atlas to analyze geographic issues regarding the growth and development of the United States (e.g., topography, movement of people, transportation routes, settlement patterns, growth of population and cities, etc.).

10.G.4 evaluate the impact of health and cultural considerations on the quality of life over different historical time periods (e.g., Colonial America, westward movement, late 19th and early 20th centuries and impact of epidemics).

10.G.5 analyze the characteristics of cultural contributions of Native Americans, African Americans, Hispanics and all immigrants (e.g., Germans, Italians and Irish)to the new nation.

10.G.6 evaluate the geographic differences and regionalism throughout U. S. history (e.g., colonial era, Civil War, etc.).

10.G.7 analyze the impact of the environment, including the location of natural resources, on immigration and settlement patterns throughout U. S. history.

10.G.8 analyze the ways in which physical and cultural geography have influenced significant historic events and movements.

10.CL.1.1 trace the emergence of England as a global colonial power beginning in 1588.

10.CL.1.2 explain the impact of the Declaration of Independence and the American Revolution on the American colonies and on the world.

10 CL.1.3 identify and examine European colonial rivalries (e.g., conflicting land claims, empire building, etc.).

10. CL.1.4 summarize the distinct characteristics of each colonial region in the settlement and development of America, including religious, social, political and economic differences.

10.CL.2.1 explain the impact of the Declaration of Independence and the American Revolution on the American colonies and on the world.


SS Literacy Standards will be covered by chapter and writing assignments ie.. Journals, dailies, WV Writes, essays, term papers.
Summative or Reflective

I can apply the correct vocabulary and geographic tools to determine and illustrate geographic concepts.

I can determine the most   appropriate maps and graphics to analyze the growth and development of the United States.

I can compare the Jamestown and Plymouth colonies.

I can examine European colonial rivalries

I can evaluate then defend the importance of the fundamental democratic values and principles of United States constitutional democracy.

I can analyze the effects of the mercantilism and triangular trade on the emergence of colonial economies.

I can analyze the characteristics of cultural contributions of Native Americans, African Americans, Hispanics and all immigrants.

I can analyze the ways in which physical and cultural geography have influenced significant historic events and movements.


I can explain the impact of the Declaration of Independence and the American Revolution on the American colonies and the world.

I can explain the ideas, values and practices in the Federalist-Anti-Federalist debate, Bank of the U.S. issue on direction of the nation's economy.

 I can explain the strengths and weaknesses of government under the Articles of Confederation.

I can summarize events leading to the creation of the U.S. Constitution.



How did the interaction of many cultures after 1492 affect the Americas?

How and why did Europeans establish colonies in the Americas? What factors shaped life in colonial America in the 17th and 18th centuries?

What aspects of the American Revolution were revolutionary?

What led to the creation of the US Constitution and what are its key principals?



topographical land forms
map legends

Amerigo Vespucci


Ferdinand Magellan
Columbian Exchange

New Spain


viceroy
New France
Northwest Passage
Jamestown
Charter
Joint-Stock Company
Bacon's Rebellion
John Smith
House of Burgesses

Puritan
Pilgrim


Mayflower Compact
Lord Baltimore
New Netherlands
New Sweden
William Penn

Indentured Servant


Triangular Trade
Middle Passage
Magna Carta
Parliament
English Bill of Rights
habeas corpus
mercantilism
Enlightenment
Benjamin Franklin
Great Awakening
Staple Crop
Cash Crop
George Washington
French & Indian War
Proclamation of 1763
Albany Plan of Union

Stamp Act


John Adams
Sons of Liberty
Boston Massacre
Boston Tea Party
Intolerable Acts
First Continental 
      Congress
Second Continental
       Congress
George Washington
Declaration of 
       Independence
Thomas Jefferson
natural rights

William Howe


Charles Cornwallis
Battle of Trenton
Marquis de Lafayette
Valley Forge
Yorktown
Treaty of Paris Unicameral legislature
Bicameral legislature Articles of Confederation
Northwest Ordinance of
         1787
Shay’s Rebellion

Alexander Hamilton

James Hamilton

Virginia Plan

New Jersey Plan

Great Compromise


3/5 Compromise
Federalist
Antifederalist
Bill of Rights

Popular Sovereignty

Limited government

Separation of Powers

Checks and Balances

Judicial Review

Federalism



Map activities of New World DBQ’s analyze primary sources charts and graphs

Make poster, brochures’ of the colonies. Writing activity closed reading on the Declaration of Independence

Followed by a paraphrased version written as a break-up letter. Compare and contrast the Mayflower Compact to the Declaration

Have students make a video taking turns reading We the People Let each student read a few words and move to the next student

Constitution week posters


Classroom textbook

Literacy in History/Social Studies
http://www.corestandards.org/a...

• Collection of World Maps (where territories are re-sized according to subject of interest)


http://www.worldmapper.org
Thinkfinity.org

Edsitement.net

Crash Course (found on YouTube)You Tube Videos (Webtop registration required)
http://wvde.state.wv.us./webtop

This Day in History (Daily Bell Ringer)


http://www.history.com

Videos

Last of the Mohicans

America the Story of US

Ultimate Guide to the Presidents

The War that Made America (PBS)

Scarlet Letter

Roots

John Adams
Books

Ledged Sleepy of Sleepy Hollow

Scarlet Letter

Roots

1776

Common Sense






Teacher made tests
• Standardized materials with text including • Graphic organizers, primary source readings
• Blank maps
• Web-based research
• Teacher Made Acuity Tests and county wide Acuity Assessment...

All of the assessments above will use a variety of DOK questions; however, the majority of the assessments will use DOK levels of 2 and 3...



 












2nd 9 weeks

10.C.1 compare various citizens’ responses to controversial government policies and actions by monitoring and debating government decisions and create a cooperative and peaceful solution to controversial government policies and actions.


I can apply correct vocabulary and geographic tools to determine and illustrate geographic concepts. (e.g., major meridians.

 I can trace the emergence of American two party political systems.

I can summarize United States' relations with foreign powers.

I can identify the issues regarding the evolution of United States citizenship and evaluate responsibilities and rights of United States citizens.

I can differentiate economic policy in the United States during each era.

I can explain the concept of capitalism and compare the basic components of other economic

I can analyze the impact of environment, including the location of natural resources, on immigration and settlement patterns throughout U.S. history.

I can analyze multiple media sources and their influence on public opinion and policy issues.


 

I can trace economic development throughout U.S. history.

I can trace land acquisitions and significance of these as the U.S. expanded.

I can analyze the social, political and cultural characteristics of the North, the South and the West before and after the Civil War.


  I can explain how the political events and issues that divided the nation led to civil war.

How did the US build a government expand its territory and conduct foreign policy in its early years/

How did the second Great Awakening led to several reform efforts and what affects did those reform efforts have on American society?

What were the causes and effects of westward expansion in the 1800’s?

How did the nations expansion led to the Civil War?



Tariff
Loose construction
Strict construction
John Jay
 XYZ Affair
Alien and Sedition Acts
Bureaucracy
John Marshall
Judicial Review
Marbury v.Madison Louisiana Purchase War of 1812
Tecumseh
Andrew Jackson
Francis Scott Key
Battle of New Orleans
Treaty of Ghent

Industrial Revolution


Interchangeable parts
Eli Whitney
Samuel F.B. Morse
American System
Adams-Onis Treaty
Monroe Doctrine
Martin Van Buren
Jacksonian Democracy
Spoils System
Indian Removal Act
Tariff of Abominations
Nullification
Whig

Revivalist


Morman

Unitarian

Public School Movement
Horace Mann
Dorothea Dix
Temperance Movement

Freedman


Abolition Movement

Frederick Douglas


Matrilineal
Women’s movement
Seneca Falls Convention suffrage

expansionist


Manifest Destiny
Origon Trail
Brighasm Young
Steven F. Austin
Lone Star Republic
Alamo
Sam Houston
James K. Polk
Zachary Taylor
Treaty of Guadalupe 
         Hidalgo
forty-niner
popular sovereignty
Compromise of 1850
Fugitive Slave Act
Underground Railroad
Harriet Tubman
Kansas-Nebraska Act
John Brown
"Bleeding Kansas"
Republican Party

Map activities changing of North America using different economic regions of US
DBQ’s analyze primary sources (The Lowell Offering, The North Star, The Liberator)

charts and graphs


Make poster, brochures’
Writing activities on Washington’s Farewell Address, Was Andrew Jackson a good or bad president provide evidence.
Do campaign activities of or the Democratic-Republicans and the Federalists
Make baseball trading cards for the inventors of the Industrial Revolution

Analyze paintings of Manifest Destiny



Classroom textbook

Literacy in History/Social Studies
http://www.corestandards.org/a...

• Collection of World Maps (where territories are re-sized according to subject of interest)


http://www.worldmapper.org
Thinkfinity.org

Edsitement.net

Crash Course (found on YouTube)You Tube Videos (Webtop registration required)
http://wvde.state.wv.us./webtop

This Day in History (Daily Bell Ringer)


http://www.history.com
Videos

America the Story of US

How the States Got Their Shapes

Lewis and Clark (National Geo)

The War of 1812 (History Channel)

Amistad

The Alamo

Ultimate Guide to the Presidents
Books

Uncle Tom’s Cabin

Hudson River School Paintings

Mark Twain

Walden by Henry David Thoreau

Nature by Ralph Waldo Emmerson






Teacher made tests
• Standardized materials with text including • Graphic organizers, primary source readings
• Blank maps
• Web-based research
• Teacher Made Acuity Tests and county wide Acuity Assessment...

All of the assessments above will use a variety of DOK questions; however, the majority of the assessments will use DOK levels of 2 and 3...



 







 















3rd
Topics:

Civil War

Reconstruction

Robber Barons

Growth of Cities

Westward Expansion

Urbanization

























4th 9 weeks

Topics:


Reconstruction

Expansion Westward

Progressive Era

Industrialization of America

Spanish American War

Theodore Roosevelt-Woodrow Wilson’s Progressive Presidencies




10.C.1:

compare various citizens’ responses to controversial government policies and actions by monitoring and debating government decisions and create a cooperative and peaceful solution to controversial government policies and actions

10.C.2:


analyze multiple media sources and their influence on public opinion and policy issues.

10.C.3:


evaluate then defend the importance of the fundamental democratic values and principles of United States constitutional democracy. Consider conflicts between individuals, communities and nations, liberty and equality, individual rights and the common good, majority rule and minority rights, and the rule of law vs. ethics (e.g., civil disobedience).

10.C.5:


identify the issues regarding the evolution of United States citizenship and evaluate responsibilities and rights of United States citizens (e.g., landownership, race, gender and age).

10.C.6:


examine, select and participate in a volunteer service or project.

10.E.2:


trace economic development throughout U.S. history (e.g., Colonial period, Revolutionary War, Westward Expansion, Civil War and late 19th /early 20th Centuries) and identify the role of market factors in the settlement of the United States and the development of the free enterprise system.

10.E.4:


differentiate economic policy in the United States during each era (e.g., Colonial period, Revolutionary, Westward Expansion, Civil War and late 19th /early 20th Centuries) through types of taxes, taxation controversies, the effects of foreign trade and tariff policies.

10.E.5:


critique the cause and effect relationship between the labor movement, industrialization and urbanization in the United States.

10.G.1:


apply correct vocabulary and geographic tools to determine and illustrate geographic concepts (e.g., major meridians of longitude and parallels of latitude, physical features landforms, bodies of water, climatic regions, states and their capitals and relative and exact location).

10.G.4:


evaluate the impact of health and cultural considerations on the quality of life over different historical time periods (e.g., Colonial America, westward movement, late 19th and early 20th centuries and impact of epidemics).

10.G.5:


analyze the characteristics of cultural contributions of Native Americans, African Americans, Hispanics and all immigrants (e.g., Germans, Italians and Irish)to the new nation.

10.G.6:


evaluate the geographic differences and regionalism throughout U. S. history (e.g., colonial era, Civil War, etc.).

10.G.7:


analyze the impact of the environment, including the location of natural resources, on immigration and settlement patterns throughout U. S. history.

10.G.8:


analyze the ways in which physical and cultural geography have influenced significant historic events and movements.

10.CL.2.7:



analyze the impact of United States Supreme Court decisions (e.g., Marbury v. Madison, McCulloch v. Maryland, Dred Scott v. Stanford and Plessy v. Ferguson).

10.CL.3.1:



explain the impact and challenges of westward movement, (e.g., people’s motivations for moving west, railroad construction and the displacement of Native Americans).

10.CL.3.2:



trace land acquisitions and significance of these as the U. S. expanded.

10.CL.4.1:



analyze the social, political, and cultural characteristics of the North, the South, and the West before and after the Civil War (e.g., the lives of African Americans and social reform movements such as abolition and women’s rights).

10.CL.4.5:



evaluate effects of Reconstruction on the nation (e.g., the roles of the Civil War Amendments, Radical Republicans, etc.). \
10.CL.5.1

analyze the developments in business and industry including the emergence of new industries and the rise of corporations through monopolies and mergers.
10.CL.5.2:

examine the effects of technological change on the United States (e.g., agriculture, transportation, industry, labor and society).

10.CL.5.3:



investigate the various periods and movements at the end of the nineteenth century. (e.g., the Gilded Age, the Populist movement, the Progressive Era, labor movement, continuation of the women’s suffrage movement, etc.).

10.CL.5.4:



examine and identify the goals and accomplishments of reformers and reform movements (e.g., women’s rights, minorities, temperance, prisons, hospitals, schools, etc.).

10.CL.5.5:



explain the transformation of America from an agrarian to an industrial economy, including the effects of mechanized farming and the expansion of international markets.

10.CL.5.6:



assess the impact of urbanization and immigration on social, economic and political aspects of society in the United States in the late nineteenth century (e.g., labor, agriculture, ethnic neighborhoods, African Americans, immigrants, women and children).

10.CL.6.1:



evaluate the impact of United States foreign policy on global affairs (e.g., Open Door Policy, Good Neighbor Policy, Lend-Lease, and presidential programs of Taft, Roosevelt, and Wilson, such as Big Stick Diplomacy, Dollar Diplomacy, and Moral Diplomacy).

10.CL.6.3:



investigate and explain the impact of the Spanish-American War on the United States as a world power, including locations of expansion and the changing image of the United States by the global community.

10.CL.6.4:



investigate the impact of technological advances and innovation in the early twentieth century both in the United States and the world (e.g., telephone, automobiles, flight, transportation, weapons and medical advances).


I can analyze multiple media sources and their influence on public opinion and policy issues.

I can trace economic development throughout U.S. history.

I can differentiate economic policy in the United States during each era

I can critique the cause and effect relationship between the labor movement, industrialization and urbanization in the United States.

I can analyze the characteristics of cultural contributions of Native Americans, and all immigrants to the new nation.

I can explain the transformation of America from an agrarian to an industrial economy.


I can assess the impact of urbanization and immigration in the United States in the late nineteenth century.
I can identify the issues regarding the evolution of United States citizenship and evaluate responsibilities and rights of United States citizens 

I can analyze the impact of United States Supreme court decisions.

I can evaluate the impact of United States foreign policy on global affairs

I can analyze the development of American expansionism, and political reasons for imperialism.

I can investigate and explain the impact of the Spanish-American War on the United States.

I can investigate the impact of technological  in the early twentieth century both in the United States and the world.



How did the economy society and culture of the south and the west change after the Civil War?

What political, social, and economic issues did the nation face during the late 1800’s

What were the causes and effects of the Progressive movement?

How did the US become a global power?



cash crop
Farmers' Alliance
Civil Rights Act of 1875
reservation
Sitting Bull
Battle of Little Big Horn
Wounded Knee
assimilate
vigilante
Transcontinental Railroad


land grant
open-range system
Homestead Act
Jim Crow Laws
poll tax
literacy test
grandfather clause
Booker T Washington
W. E. B. Du Bois
spoils system
civil service
gold standard
Grange
Populists Party
William Jennings Bryant
William McKinley

Progressivism


muckraker
settlement house
direct primary
initiative 
referendum 
recall
temperance movement 
suffrage
Nineteenth Amendment
NAACP
Urban League
Theodore Roosevelt 
Square Deal
Progressive Party
Woodrow Wilson
Sixteenth Amendment
Federal Reserve Act
imperialism
Social Darwinism
Matthew Perry
William Randolph Hearst
Yellow Press
Spanish American War
Rough Riders
guerrilla warfare
William Howard Taft
Boxer Rebellion
"big stick' diplomacy 
Panama Canal
Pancho Villa
"dollar diplomacy

Map activities changing of North America using different economic regions of US DBQ’s analyze primary sources charts and graphs

Make poster/ brochures


Writing activities

Create a super hero comic book on Teddy Roosevelt

Analyze

Newspaper

Readings

Analysis of the Roosevelt Corollary to Monroe Doctrine

Compare Newspaper articles on the Spanish-American War and look for propaganda


Classroom textbook
Websites:
Literacy in History/Social Studies
http://www.corestandards.org/a...

• Collection of World Maps (where territories are re-sized according to subject of interest)


http://www.worldmapper.org
Thinkfinity.org

Edsitement.net

Crash Course (found on YouTube)You Tube Videos (Webtop registration required)
http://wvde.state.wv.us./webtop

•This Day in History (Daily Bell Ringer)


http://www.history.com
Videos:
The Men who Built America

America the Story of US

How the States Got Their Shapes

Triangle Waistcoat Factory (PBS)

Rough Riders

Buffalo Soldiers

The Battle of Little Bighorn

The Ultimate Guide to the Presidents

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee

Books :
The Great Gatsby

Oil

The Jungle



TR: An American Lion

Mark Twain



Misc:
Jacob Riis Photos of city life



Teacher made tests
• Standardized materials with text including •Graphic organizers, primary source readings
• Blank maps
• Web-based research
• Teacher Made Acuity Tests and county wide Acuity Assessment...
Analyze political cartoons maps, graphs and primary sources
All of the assessments above will use a variety of DOK questions; however, the majority of the assessments will use DOK levels of 2 and 3...

 






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