Social Studies Worksheets and Study Guides Sixth Grade. Ancient Trade Routes

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Hawaii Content and Performance Standards

World History: Beginnings to CE 1500
Anchor Standard 1: Developing Questions and Planning Inquiries
SS.6-8.1.1. Create compelling questions representing key ideas of the disciplines
SS.6-8.1.2. Explain how a question reflects an enduring issue in the field
SS.6-8.1.3. Create supporting questions that address key ideas identified in compelling questions
SS.6-8.1.4. Explain the relationship between compelling and supporting questions
Theme 1: The Environment and Early River Civilizations: Human Beginnings to 600 BCE
Geography Anchor Standard 14: Human-Environment Interaction: Place, Regions and Culture
Culture Characteristics
SS. Compare cultural characteristics of early river valley civilizations
Civics Anchor Standard 6: Civic and Political Institutions
Politics and Religion
SS. Explain the connection between politics and religion in the complex societies of Mesopotamia, Egypt, and China
Theme 5: Post-Classical Trade Networks: 600 CE–1450 CE
Economics Anchor Standard 10: Exchange and Markets
Trade Networks
SS. Describe how trade networks and the transfer of goods and ideas linked post-classical societies
Geography Anchor Standard 15: Human Population: Spatial Patterns and Movements
Spread of Culture and Ideas
SS. Explain how the transfer of goods and ideas along trade routes affected ideas and cultures of different people in post-classical societies

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