Social Studies Worksheets and Study Guides Seventh Grade. Medieval Europe

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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.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.4. Key concepts and Understandings
6-8.WH.4.CC. History: Continuity and Change
6-8.WH.4.CC.A. Compare how the collapse of government and resulting instability led to the development of feudal kingdoms in Europe and Japan.
6-8.WH.4.CC.C. Analyze how the Crusades and Black Death affected existing societies in Europe, Asia and Africa.
6-8.WH.4. Key concepts and Understandings
6-8.WH.4.GS. Governmental Systems and Principles
6-8.WH.4.GS.B. Explain how the rule of law is further developed by the Magna Carta, and other documents including limited government and due process.
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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