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          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.1.1:
            Develop questions to help identify evidence about topics related to the historical events occurring in the Western Hemisphere that can be answered by gathering, using, and interpreting evidence.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.1.2:
            Recognize and effectively select different forms of evidence used to make meaning in social studies (including primary and secondary sources such as art and photographs, artifacts, oral histories, maps, and graphs).
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.1.3:
            Identify evidence and explain content, authorship, purpose, and format; identify bias; explain the role of bias and potential audience with teacher support.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.1.4:
            Identify arguments of others.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.1.5:
            Identify implicit ideas to draw inference with support.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.1.6:
            Recognize arguments on specific social studies topics and identify evidence supporting the argument.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.2.1:
            Explain how events are related chronologically to one another in time.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.2.2:
            Employ mathematical skills to measure time in years and centuries. Understand the difference between B.C.E. and C.E. Identify the chronological significance of data presented in time lines.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.2.3:
            Identify causes and effects using examples from current events or grade-level content and historical events
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.2.4:
            Identify and classify the relationship between multiple causes and multiple effects.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.2.5:
            Distinguish between long-term and immediate causes and effects of an event from current events or history.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.2.6:
            Recognize the dynamics of historical continuity and change over periods of time. Identify important turning points in history.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.2.7:
            Use periods of time such as decades and centuries to organize a historical narrative; compare histories in different places in the Western Hemisphere utilizing timelines.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.2.8:
            Recognize and identify patterns of continuity and change in history.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.2.9:
            Understand the role of periodization as a practice in history and social studies.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.3.1:
            Identify a region in the Western Hemisphere by describing a characteristic that places within it have in common, and then compare it to other regions. Understand how regions can be defined as sharing common characteristics in contrast with other regions.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.3.2:
            Categorize divergent perspectives of an individual historical event.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.3.3:
            Describe and compare events in the history of the Western Hemisphere in societies in similar chronological contexts and in various geographical contexts.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.3.4:
            Identify how the relationship among geography, economics, and history helps to define a context for events in the study of the Western Hemisphere.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.3.5:
            Describe historical developments in the history of the Western Hemisphere with specific references to circumstances of time and place and to connections to broader regional or global processes with teacher support.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.4.1:
            Explain how scarcity necessitates decision making; employ examples from the Western Hemisphere to illustrate the role of scarcity historically and in current events.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.4.2:
            Show examples of various types of resources (human capital, physical capital, and natural resources) required to provide goods and services.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.4.3:
            Provide examples of how currency makes exchange easier by comparing a barter economy to a currency-based economy; examine why corporations and labor unions have a role in a market economy.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.4.4:
            Examine the role of job specialization and trade historically and during contemporary times in the Western Hemisphere.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.4.5:
            Explain the meaning of unemployment, inflation, income, and economic growth in the economy.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.4.6:
            Describe government decisions that impact economies in case studies from the Western Hemisphere.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.5.1:
            Use location terms and use geographic representations such as maps, photographs, satellite images, and models to describe where places in the Western Hemisphere are in relation to each other, to describe connections among places, and to evaluate the benefits of particular places for purposeful activities.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.5.2:
            Distinguish human activities and human-made features from “environments” (natural events or physical features—land, air, and water—that are not directly made by humans) in the Western Hemisphere.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.5.3:
            Identify and describe how environments affect human activities and how human activities affect physical environments through the study of cases in the Western Hemisphere.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.5.4:
            Recognize and explain how characteristics (cultural, economic, and physical-environmental) of regions affect the history of societies in the Western Hemisphere.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.5.5:
            Describe how human activities alter places and regions in the Western Hemisphere.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.5.6:
            Recognize that boundaries and definitions of location are historically constructed.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.6.1:
            Demonstrate respect for the rights of others in discussion and classroom debates regardless of whether one agrees with the other viewpoint. Consider alternate views in discussion with teacher support.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.6.2:
            Participate in activities that focus on a localized issue or problem in a country other than the United States in the Western Hemisphere.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.6.3:
            Identify different types of political systems and ideologies used at various times and in various locations in the Western Hemisphere and identify the role of individuals and key groups in those political and social systems.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.6.4:
            Identify opportunities for and the role of the individual in social and political participation at various times and in various locations in the Western Hemisphere outside the United States.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.6.5:
            Participate in negotiating and compromising in the resolution of differences and conflict.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.6.6:
            Identify situations with a global focus in which social actions are required and suggest solutions.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.6.7:
            Describe the roles of people in power in the Western Hemisphere both historically and currently. Identify ways that current figures can influence people’s rights and freedom.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.6.8:
            Identify rights and responsibilities of citizens within societies in the Western Hemisphere.
          • Social Studies Practice Detail - SS.SSP.5.6.9:
            Develop an understanding of the interdependence of individuals and groups in communities in the Western Hemisphere
  • Standard Area - TECH: Learning Standards for Technology
    (see MST standards under Previous Standard Versions)
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