C.5. Citizenship: Students shall develop an understanding of how to participate, develop, and use the skills necessary for effective citizenship.
C.5.5.3. Roots of Democracy: Identify the significance of the following individuals in establishing the government of the United States: John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson, John Marshall, James Madison, and George Washington.
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.6.5.13. 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.6.5.15. Conflict and Consensus: Explain the political viewpoints of Patriots and Loyalists during the Revolutionary period.
H.6.5.16. Conflict and Consensus: Identify the importance of key battles of the Revolutionary War: Lexington and Concord, Bunker Hill, Saratoga, and Yorktown.
H.6.5.30. Cultural Diversity and Uniformity: Evaluate contributions of women during the Revolutionary period (e.g., Abigail Adams, Molly Pitcher, Martha Washington, and Phyllis Wheatley).