C.5. Citizenship: Students shall develop an understanding of how to participate, develop, and use the skills necessary for effective citizenship.
C.5.5.1. Roots of Democracy: Identify the founding documents that helped to establish laws for the United States (e.g., Mayflower Compact, Declaration of Independence, United States Constitution).
H.6. History: Students shall analyze significant ideas, events, and people in world, national, state, and local history and how they affect change over time.
H.6.5.10. Conflict and Consensus: Analyze the benefits and conflicts arising from the interaction between colonial settlers and American Indians (e.g., Roanoke, Jamestown, King Philip's War).
H.6.5.11. Conflict and Consensus: Evaluate the contributions of political and religious leaders in colonial America (e.g., John Smith, William Bradford, Roger Williams, Anne Hutchison, John Winthrop, Thomas Hooker, William Penn).
H.6.5.13. Conflict and Consensus: Explain how conflict between the English government and the English colonies led to the outbreak of the American Revolution: Stamp Act, Sugar Act, Boston Tea Party, Intolerable Acts, and Boston Massacre.
H.6.5.14. Conflict and Consensus: Identify the contributions of significant people leading to the American Revolution: King George III, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Patrick Henry, and Thomas Paine.
H.6.5.22. Movement: Explain the religious, political, and economic reasons for movement of people and goods from Europe to the Americas: Columbian Exchange and Triangular Trade.
H.6.5.23. Movement: Examine the impact of early exploration and settlement patterns of the Spanish, British, and French in North America (e.g., Roanoke, Jamestown, St. Augustine, Quebec, Santa Fe).
H.6.5.34. Regionalism and Nationalism: Locate and describe the differences between the three regions into which the English settled: New England, Mid-Atlantic, and South.
H.6.5.5. Continuity and Change: Describe the role and impact of legislative bodies in the colonial government (e.g., town meetings).