Missouri Learning Standards
MO.5.PC1. Knowledge of the principles expressed in documents shaping constitutional democracy in the United States
5.PC1.E. Character traits and civic attitudes of significant individuals.
5.PC1.E.a. Describe the character traits and civic attitudes of historically significant individuals in the United States history from c. 1800 – 2000
MO.5.H3. Knowledge of continuity and change in the history of Missouri and the United States.
5.H3.A. Understand the movement of people from many regions of the world to North America.
5.H3.A.a. Outline the territorial expansion of the United States.
5.H3.B. Historical perspective/Thinking/Passage of time
5.H3.B.a. Examine cultural interactions and conflicts among Native Americans, European Americans and African Americans from c. 1800-2000
5.H3.C. Knowledge of the contributions of significant persons in U.S. history
5.H3.C.a. Identify and describe the contributions of historically significant individuals to the United States from c. 1800 – 2000.
5.H3.E. Political developments and reform movements in the U.S.
5.H3.E.a. Explain the causes and consequences of major political developments and reform in U.S. history from c. 1800-2000
5.H3.F. Westward Expansion and settlement in the U.S.
5.H3.F.a. Investigate the causes and consequences of westward expansion c. 1800-2000.
MO.5.RI6. Knowledge of relationships of the individual and groups to institutions and cultural traditions.
5.RI6.E. Changing of roles of various groups
5.RI6.E.a. Examine the changing roles among Native Americans, Immigrants, African Americans, women and others from 1800-2000