Social Studies Worksheets and Study Guides Fifth Grade. Timelines, Graphs, Charts

The resources above correspond to the standards listed below:

Maryland College and Career-Ready Standards

MD.1.0. Political Science: Students will understand the historical development and current status of the fundamental concepts and processes of authority, power, and influence, with particular emphasis on the democratic skills and attitudes necessary to become responsible citizens.
1.A. The foundations and function of government
1.A.1. Examine the early foundations, functions, and purposes of government
1.A.1.a. Describe how the European policies affected the interactions of explorers and colonists with Native Americans, such as the French and Indian war
MD.2.0. Peoples of the Nation and World: Students will understand the diversity and commonality, human interdependence, and global cooperation of the people of Maryland, the United States and the world through both a multicultural and historic perspective.
2.B. Cultural diffusion
2.B.1. Analyze how native societies were influenced by the diverse cultures of the explorers and settlers
2.B.1.a. Compare perspectives of Native American, Africans, and the European explorers
2.B.1.b. Describe how cultures changed as a result of Native American, African, and European interaction
2.C. Conflict and compromise
2.C.1. Analyze factors that affected relationships in the colonial period
2.C.1.a. Analyze how conflict affected relationships among individuals and groups, such as early settlers and Native Americans, free and enslaved people
MD.3.0. Geography: Students will use geographic concepts and processes to examine the role of culture, technology, and the environment in the location and distribution of human activities and spatial connections throughout time.
3.B. Geographic characteristics of places and regions
3.B.1. Examine the similarities and differences of regions in Colonial America
3.B.1.c. Explain how geographic characteristics affect how people live and work, and the population distribution of a place or region
MD.5.0. History: Students will examine significant ideas, beliefs, and themes; organize patterns and events; and analyze how individuals and societies have changed over time in Maryland, the United States and around the world.
5.A. Individuals and societies change over time
5.A.2. Analyze the chronology and the significance of key historical events leading to early settlements in Colonial America
5.A.2.b. Analyze how key historical events impacted Native American societies
5.B. Emergence, expansion and changes in nations and empires
5.B.2. Analyze the growth and development of Colonial America
5.B.2.c. Analyze the different roles and viewpoints of individuals and groups, such as women, men, free and enslaved Africans, and Native Americans during the revolutionary period
MD.6.0. Social Studies Skills and Processes: Students shall use reading, writing, and thinking processes and skills to gain knowledge and understanding of political, historical, and current events using chronological and spatial thinking, economic reasoning, and historical interpretation, by framing and evaluating questions from primary and secondary sources.
6.A. Read to learn and construct meaning about social studies
6.A.1. Use appropriate strategies and opportunities to increase understandings of social studies vocabulary
6.A.1.a. Acquire and apply new vocabulary through investigating, listening, independent reading and discussing a variety of print and non-print sources
6.A.2. Use strategies to prepare for reading (before reading)
6.A.2.a. Identify the characteristics of informational texts, such as print features, graphic aids, informational aids, organizational aids, and online features
6.A.2.b. Preview the text by examining features, such as the title, pictures, maps, illustrations, photographs, charts, timelines, graphs, and icons
6.A.2.c. Set a purpose for reading the text
6.A.2.d. Ask questions and make predictions about the text
6.A.2.e. Make connections to the text using prior knowledge and experiences
6.A.3. Use strategies to monitor understanding and derive meaning from text and portions of text (during reading)
6.A.3.a. Identify and use knowledge of organizational structures, such as chronological order, cause/effect, main ideas and details, description, similarities/differences, and problem/solution to gain meaning
6.A.3.b. Reread slowly and carefully, restate, or read on and revisit difficult parts
6.A.3.c. Use a graphic organizer or another note-taking technique to record important ideas or information
6.A.3.d. Look back through the text to search for connections between and among ideas
6.A.3.e. Make, confirm, or adjust predictions about the text
6.A.3.f. Periodically summarize or paraphrase important ideas while reading
6.A.3.g. Visualize what was read for deeper meaning
6.A.3.h. Explain personal connections to the ideas or information in the text
6.A.4. Use strategies to demonstrate understanding of the text (after reading)
6.A.4.a. Identify and explain what is directly stated in the text
6.A.4.b. Identify, paraphrase, or summarize the main idea of the text
6.A.4.f. Explain what is not directly stated in the text by drawing inferences
6.A.4.g. Confirm or refute predictions made about the text to form new ideas
6.A.4.h. Connect the text to prior knowledge or personal experiences
6.A.4.i. Draw conclusions and make generalizations based on the text, multiple texts, and/or prior knowledge
6.B. Write to learn and communicate social studies understandings
6.B.1. Use informal writing strategies, such as journal writing, note taking, quick writes, and graphic organizers to clarify, organize, remember and/or express new understandings
6.B.1.a. Identify key ideas
6.B.1.b. Connect key ideas to prior knowledge (personal experience, text, and world)
6.C. Ask social studies questions
6.C.1. Identify a topic that requires further study
6.C.1.b. Pose questions the about the topic
6.C.2. Identify a problem/situation that requires further study
6.C.2.d. Pose questions that elicit higher order thinking responses
6.D. Acquire social studies information
6.D.1. Identify primary and secondary sources of information that relate to the topic/situation/problem being studied
6.D.1.c. Locate and gather data and information from appropriate non-print sources, such as music, artifacts, charts, maps, graphs, photographs, video clips, illustrations, paintings, political cartoons, interviews, and oral histories
6.E. Organize social studies information
6.E.1. Organize information from non-print sources
6.E.1.d. Display information on various types of graphic organizers, maps, and charts
6.E.2. Organize information from print sources
6.E.2.d. Construct various types of graphic organizers, maps, and charts to display information
6.F. Analyze social studies information
6.F.1. Interpret information from primary and secondary sources
6.F.1.a. Interpret information in maps, charts and graphs
6.F.3. Synthesize information from a variety of sources
6.F.3.a. Recognize relationships in and among ideas or events, such as cause and effect, sequential order, main idea, and details
6.G. Answer social studies questions
6.G.2. Use historic contexts to answer questions
6.G.2.a. Use historically accurate resources to answer questions, make predictions, and support ideas
6.G.2.b. Explain why historic interpretations vary and are subject to change
6.G.2.c. Construct a sound historical interpretation
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