Social Studies Worksheets and Study Guides Sixth Grade. Ancient Greece

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Missouri Learning Standards

MO.6-8.WH. World History
6-8.WH.1. Tools of Social Science Inquiry
6-8.WH.1.CC. History: Continuity and Change
6-8.WH.1.CC.B. Explain connections between historical context and peoples’ perspectives at the time in world history
6-8.WH.1.CC.E. Analyze the causes and consequences of a specific problem in world history prior to c. 1450 as well as the challenges and opportunities faced by those trying to address the problem.
6-8.WH.1.GS. Government Systems and Principals
6-8.WH.1.GS.A. Analyze laws, policies, and processes to determine how governmental systems affect individuals and groups in society in world history prior to c.1450.
6-8.WH.1.G. Geographic Study
6-8.WH.1.G.B. Describe the impact of human settlement activities on the environmental and cultural characteristics of world regions prior to c. 1450.
6-8.WH.1.CC. Economic Concepts
6-8.WH.1.EC.A. Using a world history lens, examine the opportunity costs and benefits of economic decisions on society as a whole as well as on individuals prior to c. 1450.
6-8.WH.2. Key concepts and Understandings
6-8.WH.2.CC. History: Continuity and Change
6-8.WH.2.CC.B. Analyze the role early civilizations had in shaping concepts of government, law, and social order.
6-8.WH.3. Key concepts and Understandings
6-8.WH.3.CC. History: Continuity and Change
6-8.WH.3.CC.A. Analyze the rise and fall of classical civilizations to determine their significance to future societies.
6-8.WH.3.CC.B. Trace the impact of conflicts, competition, and cooperation within and among classical civilizations.
6-8.WH.2. Key concepts and Understandings
6-8.WH.2.GS . Governmental Systems and Principles
6-8.WH.2.GS .A. Explain the origins, functions, and structure of monarchies, theocracies, city states, empires and dynasties.
6-8.WH.2.GS. Governmental Systems and Principles
6-8.WH.2.GS.B. Distinguish the powers and responsibilities of subjects and political leaders in monarchies, theocracies, city-states, and empires.
6-8.WH.3. Key concepts and Understandings
6-8.WH.3.GS. Governmental Systems and Principles
6-8.WH.3.GS.A. Explain the origins, functions, and structure of governmental systems within classical civilizations.
6-8.WH.4. Key concepts and Understandings
6-8.WH.4.GS. Governmental Systems and Principles
6-8.WH.4.GS.A. Explain the origins, functions, and structure of governmental systems within civilizations.
6-8.WH.2. Key concepts and Understandings
6-8.WH.2.G. Geographical Study
6-8.WH.2.G.B. Analyze the cultural characteristics of civilizations to explain how they are similar and different.
6-8.WH.2.G.C. Explain how various. characteristics of civilizations are connected to identities and cultures.
6-8.WH.3. Key concepts and Understandings
6-8.WH.3.G. Geographical Study
6-8.WH.3.G.A. Explain the significance of physical geography to the development of classical civilizations.
6-8.WH.2. Key concepts and Understandings
6-8.WH.2.CC. Economic Concepts
6-8.WH.2.EC.B. Explain how standardization affects the early stability of a society.
6-8.WH.3. Key concepts and Understandings
6-8.WH.3.CC. Economic Concepts
6-8.WH.3.EC.A. Describe trade patterns and how they influence the movement of resources, goods and services.
6-8.WH.3.EC.B. Explain how standardization impacts the stability of a civilization.
6-8.WH.3.EC.C. Explain how political and economic stability affects the well-being of individuals and society.
6-8.WH.2. Key concepts and Understandings
6-8.WH.2.PC. People, Groups and Cultures
6-8.WH.2.PC.A. Explain the significance of monotheistic and polytheistic religions to the social and political order of early civilizations.
6-8.WH.3. Key concepts and Understandings
6-8.WH.3.PC. People, Groups and Cultures
6-8.WH.3.PC.A. Explain the significance of art, mythology, literature and philosophy to the culture and social order of classical civilizations
6-8.WH.3.PC.B. Analyze scientific, technological, intellectual, and artistic advancements to determine the legacy of the classical civilizations.
6-8.WH.3.PC.C. Analyze the extent and impact of cultural diffusion that results from empire building.
MO.6-8.GEO. Geography
6-8.GEO.1. Tools of Social Science Inquiry
6-8.GEO.1.CC. History: Continuity and Change
6-8.GEO.1.CC.B. Evaluate historical solutions to problems within and among world regions in order to draw conclusions about current and future decisions.
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