North Dakota 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.
5.2.10. Colonization: Describe the daily lives of people from different social groups (e.g., large landowners, farmers, artisans, women, slaves) in colonial America
5.2.2. 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
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