North Dakota Academic Content Standards
ND.1. Skills and Resources: Students use Social Studies skills and resources.
5.1.4. Time Lines: Construct and interpret time lines of key events in United States history
ND.2. Important Historical Events: Students understand important historical events.
5.2.2. Concepts of Time: Use chronological order and sequence to describe cause-and-effect relationships of U.S. historical events (e.g., how Columbian Exchange impacted local people)
5.2.4. People and Events: Explain the significance of scientists, inventors, and historical figures (e.g., Christopher Columbus, Juan Ponce De Leon, Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, Paul Revere, Benjamin Rush, David Rittenhouse, Thomas Paine)
5.2.9. Colonization: Explain how conflicts and cooperation between the Native Americans and Europeans (e.g., French and Indian Wars, trade) influenced colonial events
5.2.10. Colonization: Describe the daily lives of people from different social groups (e.g., large landowners, farmers, artisans, women, slaves) in colonial America
5.2.11. Colonization: Identify the reasons (e.g., Boston Tea Party, the Stamp Act, English Laws) for conflict between England and the American colonies and the key people (e.g., George Washington, King George III, John Adams, Paul Revere) involved
ND.3. Economic Concepts: Students understand economic concepts and the characteristics of various economic systems.
5.3.2. Early U.S. Economics: Explain the relationships between scarcity and resources (e.g., home building materials, food, clothing, hunting)
5.3.3. Early U.S. Economics: Describe the concept of competition and its relationship to price (e.g., market based economy)
5.3.4. Early U.S. Economics: Describe the basic concepts of imports, exports, and international trade