Government and Citizenship: A student should understand the character of government of the state. A student who meets the content standard should:
Identify the roles of and relationships among the federal, tribal, and state governments and understand the responsibilities and limits of the roles and relationships.
History: A student should understand that history is a record of human experiences that links the past to the present and the future. A student who meets the content standard should:
Know that cultural elements, including language, literature, the arts, customs, and belief systems, reflect the ideas and attitudes of a specific time and know how the cultural elements influence human interaction.
Understand that history is dynamic and composed of key turning points.
Know that history is a bridge to understanding groups of people and an individual's relationship to society.
History: A student should understand historical themes through factual knowledge of time, places, ideas, institutions, cultures, people, and events. A student who meets the content standard should:
Understand the people and the political, geographic, economic, cultural, social, and environmental events that have shaped the history of the state, the United States, and the world.
Recognize the importance of time, ideas, institutions, people, places, cultures, and events in understanding large historical patterns.
Historical Inquiry: The student demonstrates an understanding of the methods of documenting history by planning and developing history projects, utilizing research tools such as: interviewing protocols, oral history, historical context, pre-interview research, primary sources, secondary sources, proper citation, corroboration, and cause and effect of historical events. [DOK 4] (H. C1-4)
Colonial Era The United States Period (1867-1912) - Individual, Citizenship, Governance, Power: The student demonstrates an understanding of the historical rights and responsibilities of Alaskans by:
Explaining and analyzing tribal and western concepts of land ownership and how acting upon those concepts contributes to changes in land use, control, and ownership. [DOK 4] (H. C7, C8)