Social Studies Worksheets and Study Guides Sixth Grade. Ancient Egypt

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Idaho Content Standards

ID.GEH. GEOGRAPHY-EASTERN HEMISPHERE
GEH.1: History - Students in Geography-Eastern Hemisphere build an understanding of the cultural and social development of human civilization.
1.8: Build an understanding of the cultural and social development of human civilization.
By the end of Geography-Eastern Hemisphere, the student will be able to:
6-9.GEH.1.8.1. Describe major aspects of the civilizations of the Eastern Hemisphere prior to European contact.
6-9.GEH.1.8.4. Explain how and why events may be interpreted differently according to the points of view of participants and observers.
GEH.2: Geography - Students in Geography-Eastern Hemisphere analyze the spatial organizations of people, places, and environment on the earth's surface, explain how human actions modify the physical environment and how physical systems affect human activity and living conditions, trace the migration and settlement of human populations on the earth's surface, analyze the human and physical characteristics of different places and regions, and explain how geography enables people to comprehend the relationships between people, places, and environments overtime.
2.3: Trace the migration and settlement of human populations on the earth's surface.
By the end of Geography-Eastern Hemisphere, the student will be able to:
6-9.GEH.2.3.2. Describe major physical characteristics of regions in the Eastern Hemisphere.
2.4: Analyze the human and physical characteristics of different places and regions.
By the end of Geography-Eastern Hemisphere, the student will be able to:
6-9.GEH.2.4.2. Compare and contrast cultural patterns in the Eastern Hemisphere, such as language, religion, and ethnicity. (469.04c)
2.5: Explain how geography enables people to comprehend the relationships between people, places, and environments over time.
By the end of Geography-Eastern Hemisphere, the student will be able to:
6-9.GEH.2.5.3. Give examples of how land forms and water, climate, and natural vegetation have influenced historical trends and developments in the Eastern Hemisphere. (469.06c)
ID.WHC. WORLD HISTORY AND CIVILIZATION
WHC.1: History - Students in World History and Civilization explain the rise of human civilization, trace how natural resources and technological advances have shaped human civilization, build an understanding of the cultural and social development of human civilization, and identify the role of religion in the development of human civilization.
1.6: Explain the rise of human civilization.
By the end of World History and Civilization, the student will be able to:
6-9.WHC.1.6.3. Analyze the characteristics of early civilizations.
1.8: Build an understanding of the cultural and social development of human civilization.
By the end of World History and Civilization, the student will be able to:
6-9.WHC.1.8.2. Identify the origins and characteristics of different social classes.
1.9: Identify the role of religion in the development of human civilization.
By the end of World History and Civilization, the student will be able to:
6-9.WHC.1.9.3. Discuss how religion influenced social behavior and created social order. (462.07b)
6-9.WHC.1.9.4. Describe why different religious beliefs were sources of conflict.
WHC.2: Geography - Students in World History and Civilization analyze the spatial organizations of people, places, and environment on the earth's surface, trace the migration and settlement of human populations on the earth's surface, analyze the human and physical characteristics of different places and regions, and explain how geography enables people to comprehend the relationships between people, places, and environments over time.
2.3: Trace the migration and settlement of human populations on the earth's surface.
By the end of World History and Civilization, the student will be able to:
6-9.WHC.2.3.1. Identify main reasons for major migrations of people. (463.03a)
6-9.WHC.2.3.2. Explain how climate affects human migration and settlement. (463.03b)
6-9.WHC.2.3.3. Describe how physical features such as mountain ranges, fertile plains, and rivers led to the development of cultural regions. (463.03c)
2.4: Analyze the human and physical characteristics of different places and regions.
By the end of World History and Civilization, the student will be able to:
6-9.WHC.2.4.1. Explain the impact of waterways on civilizations. (463.02b)
2.5: Explain how geography enables people to comprehend the relationships between people, places, and environments over time.
By the end of World History and Civilization, the student will be able to:
6-9.WHC.2.5.1. Explain how the resources of an area can be the source of conflict between competing groups. (463.04a)
WHC.3: Economics - Students in World History and Civilization explain basic economic concepts and identify different influences on economic systems.
3.1: Explain basic economic concepts.
By the end of World History and Civilization, the student will be able to:
6-9.WHC.3.1.1. Explain how historically people have relied on their natural resources to meet their needs. (465.01b)
WHC.5: Global Perspectives - Students in World History and Civilization build an understanding of multiple perspectives and global interdependence.
5.1: Build an understanding of multiple perspectives and global interdependence.
By the end of World History and Civilization, the student will be able to:
6-9.WHC.5.1.1. Explain common reasons and consequences for the breakdown of order among nation-states, such as conflicts about national interests, ethnicity, and religion; competition for resources and territory; the absence of effective means to enforce international law.
ID.CC.RH.6-8. Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies
Craft and Structure
RH.6-8.4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including vocabulary specific to domains related to history/social studies.
RH.6-8.5. Describe how a text presents information (e.g., sequentially, comparatively, causally).
Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity
RH.6-8.10. By the end of grade 8, read and comprehend history/social studies texts in the grades 6-8 text complexity band independently and proficiently.
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