Oregon Standards 7th Grade Social Studies Activities
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OR.SS.7. Social Sciences - Grade 7: World History - Eastern Hemisphere
Civics and Government
7.17. Compare and contrast early forms of government via the study of early civilizations (tribal, monarchy, democracy, theocracy, and oligarchy) in the Eastern Hemisphere.
7.19. Analyze the significance of the Magna Carta, Hammurabi's Code and other documents on the development of modern governments.
7.15. Determine and explain the interdependence of people around the world during significant eras or events.
7.1. Describe and compare the beliefs, the spread, and the influence of religions throughout Europe, Asia, and Africa, Islam, Crusades, Holy Roman Empire.
7.2. Examine the importance of trade routes and trace the rise of cultural centers and trade cities in Europe, Asia, and Africa.
7.3. Analyze the interconnections of people, places and events in the economic, scientific and cultural exchanges of the European Renaissance that led to the Scientific Revolution, voyages of discovery and imperial conquest.
7.4. Explain how and why cultures in the Eastern Hemisphere record history in different ways.
7.5. Create and compare timelines that identify major people and events and developments in the history of civilization and/or countries of Africa, Asia and the Southwest Pacific.
7.6. Form historical questions and use a variety of information resources to find, summarize and evaluate historical data on the people places, events and developments that have played a part in the history of Africa, Asia and the Southwest Pacific.
7.7. Interpret documents and data from multiple primary and secondary sources (e.g., art, artifacts, eyewitness accounts, letters and diaries, real or simulated historical sites, charts, graphs, diagrams, written texts) while forming historical questions.
Social Science Analysis
7.24. Analyze current and historical sources (e.g., artifacts, eyewitness accounts, letters and diaries, real or simulated historical sites, charts, graphs, diagrams, and written texts) for accuracy and point of view while forming questions.
7.25. Analyze evidence from multiple sources including those with conflicting information.
OR.SS.CS. Social Sciences - CORE STANDARDS
Civics and Government
CS.12. Analyze the structure and functions of political parties, interest groups, and the mass media and their affect on the political beliefs and behaviors of citizens.
CS.14. Evaluate the various functions and processes of governments and their impact on societies and citizens, comparing and contrasting various government designs to evaluate how they serve their citizens.
CS.15. Identify defining documents and speeches of United States government and the specific purpose and significance of each.
CS.16. Examine the pluralistic realities of society (e.g., race, poverty, gender, and age), recognizing issues of equity, and evaluating need for change.
CS.17. Examine the structure and functions of the US economy to analyze the impact of systemic decisions on personal, local, regional, national and global economies.
CS.18. Examine the interdependence of economic systems and institutions and its effects upon individual, local, regional, national, and global decision-making.
CS.20. Explain how changes in economic markets are related to availability of resources, production, distribution, and technological developments.
CS.21. Analyze the allocation of scarce resources through individual choice, market interaction, and public policy.
CS.22. Acquire the knowledge and economic reasoning skills to make sound personal financial decisions to meet long and short term goals.
CS.23. Understand and apply key concepts of personal income potential, risk management, and investment.
CS.24. Examine individual responsibility and the impact of decisions on personal, local, regional, national and global economies.
CS.5. Apply geographic skills, concepts, and technologies (e.g., maps, GIS, Google Earth) to gather, display, and analyze spatial information.
CS.6. Analyze economic, social, human migration, settlement, and distribution patterns.
CS.7. Locate and examine physical and human characteristics of places and regions, their impact on developing societies, and their connections and interdependence.
CS.8. Evaluate how human cooperation and competition for resources shape the earth's political, economic, physical, and social environments.
CS.1. Analyze and apply cause and effect relationships to a variety of historical issues, events and problems.
CS.2. Analyze and apply change and continuity relationships to a variety of historical issues, events, and problems.
Social Science Analysis
CS.28. Analyze characteristics, causes, and consequences of an event, issue, problem or phenomenon.
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