Social Studies Worksheets and Study Guides Fifth Grade. The Revolution

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Kansas Academic Standards

KS.KHGSS. Kansas History, Government, and Social Studies Standards
KHGSS.1. Choices have consequences.
1.1. The student will recognize and evaluate significant choices made by individuals, communities, states, and nations that have impacted our lives and futures.
1.2. The student will analyze the context under which choices are made and draw conclusions about the motivations and goals of the decision-makers.
KS.5. A New Nation: Beginnings through 1800
5.4. The Road to Independence: 1750s–1770s
Sample Compelling Questions
5.4.1. What were the consequences of colonists resisting British policies? (Standard 1)
5.4.5. How did the deteriorating relationship between Great Britain and the American colonies impact both countries? (Standard 5)
5.5. The American Revolution: 1770s–1780s
Sample Compelling Questions
5.5.2. What is revolutionary about the rights laid out in the Declaration of Independence? (Standard 2)
5.5.3. How did the Revolution affect average citizens of the colonies? (Standard 3)
5.5.4. How did winning the Revolutionary War create revolutionary changes in America? (Standard 4)
5.7. Evaluation of Historical Evidence Skills:
5.7.1. Sourcing. Consider who wrote a document as well as the circumstances of its creation.
5.7.2. Contextualization. Locate a document in time and place, and understand how these factors shape its content.
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