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

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Kentucky Academic Standards

Grade 6: Development of Civilizations Standards
C: Civic and Political Institutions
6.C.CP.1. Explain the origins, functions and structures of governments in River Valley Civilizations and Classical Empires between 3500 BCE—600 CE.
6.C.CP.2. Explain connections between government and religion in River Valley Civilizations and Classical Empires between 3500 BCE—600 CE.
6.C.CP.3. Describe the political institutions of monarchy, democracy, republic, empire and theocracy in River Valley Civilizations and Classical Empires between 3500 BCE—600 CE.
C: Civic Virtues and Democratic Principles
6.C.CV.1. Analyze how historical, economic, geographic and cultural characteristics influence social and government structures in River Valley Civilizations and Classical Empires between 3500 BCE—600 CE.
E: Microeconomics
6.E.MI.1. Trace the chain of supply for a needed product.
6.E.MI.2. Predict and analyze unintended costs and benefits of economic decisions.
6.E.MI.3. Explain how markets exist whenever there is an exchange of goods and services.
6.E.MI.4. Compare the markets of River Valley Civilizations and Classical Empires between 3500 BCE—600 CE.
E: Macroeconomics
6.E.MA.1. Describe how civilizations used bartering to establish mediums of exchange to meet their wants.
6.E.MA.2. Explain how market conditions and economic activity affected the growth of River Valley Civilizations and Classical Empires between 3500 BCE—600 CE.
E: Specialization, Trade and Interdependence
6.E.ST.1. Compare specialization in two or more civilizations or empires.
6.E.ST.2. Examine how new knowledge, technology and specialization increase productivity.
E: Incentives, Choices and Decision Making
6.E.IC.1. Analyze the economic choices of individuals, societies and governments.
G: Migration and Movement
6.G.MM.1. Compare how human and environmental characteristics of a region influenced the movement of people, goods and ideas during the rise of River Valley Civilizations and Classical Empires between 3500 BCE—600 CE.
G: Human Interactions and Interconnections
6.G.HI.1. Explain how population changes in River Valley Civilizations and Classical Empires affected land use between 3500 BCE—600 CE.
6.G.HI.2. Analyze the impact of interactions between various River Valley Civilizations and between various Classical Empires between 3500 BCE—600 CE.
G: Human Environment Interaction
6.G.HE.1. Analyze how physical environments shaped the development of River Valley Civilizations and Classical Empires between 3500 BCE—600 CE.
6.G.HE.2. Analyze how River Valley Civilizations and Classical Empires impacted the environment, both positively and negatively, between 3500 BCE—600 CE.
G: Geographic Reasoning
6.G.GR.1. Use maps and other geographic representations, geospatial technologies, and spatial thinking to determine similarities and differences among River Valley Civilizations and Classical Empires between 3500 BCE—600 CE.
H: Cause and Effect
6.H.CE.1. Analyze the causes and effects of the rise of River Valley Civilizations.
H: Conflict and Compromise
6.H.CO.1. Explain the role conflict played in the development and expansion of Classical Empires between 3500 BCE—600 CE.
6.H.CO.2. Analyze the impact trade networks had on interactions among various human societies between 3500 BCE—600 CE.

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