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Colorado Standards for Sixth Grade Social Studies

CO.1. History

1.1. Analyze and interpret historical sources to ask and research historical questions. Students can:

1.1.a. Identify ways different cultures record history
1.1.b. Interpret documents and data from multiple primary and secondary sources while formulating historical questions. Sources to include but not limited to art, artifacts, eyewitness accounts, letters and diaries, artifacts, real or simulated historical sites, charts, graphs, diagrams and written texts
1.1.c. Critique information to determine if it is sufficient to answer historical questions

1.2. The historical eras, individuals, groups, ideas and themes in regions of the Western Hemisphere and their relationships with one another. Students can:

1.2.b. Determine and explain the historical context of key people, events, and ideas over time including the examination of different perspectives from people involved. Topics to include but not limited to Aztec, Maya, Inca, Inuit, early Native American cultures of North America, major explorers, colonizers of countries in the Western Hemisphere, and the Columbian Exchange
1.2.c. Identify examples of the social, political, cultural, and economic development in key areas of the Western Hemisphere

CO.2. Geography

2.1. Use geographic tools to solve problems. Students can:

2.1.a. Use longitude, latitude, and scale on maps and globes to solve problems
2.1.c. Ask multiple types of questions after examining geographic sources
2.1.d. Interpret and communicate geographic data to justify potential solutions to problems
2.1.e. Distinguish different types of maps and use them in analyzing an issue

2.2. Human and physical systems vary and interact. Students can:

2.2.a. Classify and analyze the types of connections between places
2.2.b. Identify physical features and explain their effects on people in the Western Hemisphere

CO.3. Economics

3.1. Identify and analyze different economic systems. Students can:

3.1.a. Describe the characteristic of traditional, command, market, and mixed economic systems

CO.4. Civics

4.1. Analyze the interconnectedness of the United States and other nations. Students can:

4.1.a. Discuss advantages and disadvantages of living in an interconnected world
4.1.b. Examine changes and connections in ideas about citizenship in different times and places
4.1.c. Describe how groups and individuals influence the government and other nations
4.1.d. Explain how political ideas and significant people have interacted, are interconnected, and have influenced nations

4.2. Compare multiple systems of government. Students can:

4.2.a. Describe different forms of government
4.2.b. Identify how different forms of government relate to their citizens including but limited to democracy and authoritarian government
4.2.c. Compare the economic components of different forms of government

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